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Kuala Lumpur: Gamuda Land’s 89-acre Kundang Estates, located in North Sungai Buloh, received the Landscape Master Plan Honours Award at the annual Malaysia Landscape Architecture Award (MLAA) organised by the Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM) under the Developer & GLC Category
The Landscape Master Plan category is a new category that was introduced into MLAA 2016’s award submissions. It recognises large scale landscape development planning that is able to contribute to the expansion of landscape architecture knowledge and values while at the same time benefitting the local community at large. The panel of juries carefully selected submissions that present novel landscape planning and design solutions that recognise complex environmental, social and economic problems.
A boutique development where residents can enjoy tranquil countryside living, Kundang Estates is adorned with verdant landscape and waterscapes which lend an aura of calm and peaceful environment that is ideal for families, as befitting the criteria of the Landscape Master Plan category.
Promoting cosy community living, Kundang Estates features four interconnected parks that are easily walkable or bike-able from any home within this residential enclave. Each if these parks – Lakeside Gardens, Community Farm, Esplanade and Adventure Parks – offers different activities for residents of all ages.
The Lakeside Gardens features a biking, jogging and walking path around the picturesque lake while the Community Gardens offers community planting beds that allow the community to get together to grow their own edible plants. The Esplanade is a playing ground for children with exciting features such as open air trampolines and a flying fox amongst all, surrounded by the beautiful wonder of nature. The Adventure Parks feature a uniquely designed extreme bike trail for the thrill seekers.
Connected to the Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Selangor Expressway (LATAR) and linked to the North – South Expressway (NSE) and Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), this low-density development houses only 573 units of double-storey link homes surrounded by abundant greenery that is well-suited for multi-generational living. Prices for a 20’ x 70’ or 24’ x 70’ home here start from RM600,000.
To be a part of this serene countryside living, please call 03-6034 2882 or visit Kundang Estates’ sales gallery on site, for more information.
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