Cognac, fresh roses and a four- course dinner curated by a Swiss chef, set the tone for a memorable evening at the launch of Gamuda Land’s loyalty programme at the Grand Hyatt, Kuala Lumpur.
Valencia is Gamuda Land’s flagship boutique development. Located at Sungai Buloh and neighbouring the Forest Reserve Institute of Malaysia, Valencia is Malaysia’s sole residential development that offers a private residents-only golf course and clubhouse in a luxurious resort-style setting.
Built on a sprawling 280-acres of gentle rolling terrain, this gated lifestyle resort houses a variety of bungalows, semi-Ds, terraces, town villas and SOHO residences. Capitalising on the 9-hole golf course terrain, the homes at Valencia nestle amidst lush foliage, picturesque lakes and green fairways.
Over the years, Valencia has become one of the Klang Valley’s most sought after properties, growing in value as an exclusive gated community with a high quality lifestyle.
CONCEPT & DESIGN
Valencia was conceived as an exclusive and luxurious residential enclave that would be home to a small and close-knit community of residents offering them privacy, comfort and peace of mind. Valencia’s focus on “Lifestyle and Community” is exemplified by way of its offer of a bevy of premier services and facilities, as well as in the way the homes are creatively built to integrate with the green surroundings.
One of the privileges of living in Valencia is the luxury of golfing in your very own private golf course. Overlooking the undulating golf terrain is the Golfers Terrace that provides an excellent avenue to unwind after a round of golf.
Designed by internationally renowned golf course designer, Ross Watson, Valencia’s 9-hole course is gracefully intertwined between the homes and the undulating terrain while its lush landscaping blends in seamlessly with the rich tropical backdrop of the forest reserve. In creating the ideal resort ambience for residents, Valencia holds true to its “Lifestyle and Community” identity.
KLANG VALLEY 'S FINEST IN ESTEEMED LIVING
CHANGING strategy midway can be a gamble, but for Gamuda Land, its maiden Australian venture – 661 Chapel St in Melbourne – has paid off handsomely. To date, the project has already achieved a 70% take-up rate.
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