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Melihat kepada kepentingan infrastruktur lestari, Gamuda Land (Gamuda) mewujudkan Dasar Biodiversiti Gamuda Parks pada 2018 bagi memastikan setiap pembangunan bukan sahaja memberi kesan baik kepada alam sekitar malah kehidupan penghuninya pada masa akan datang.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought massive changes to our daily lives, changes that happened rapidly and abruptly. While the situation remains uncertain with everyone continuously making adjustments to the new normal, it spurs us to rethink the definition of the place we call home.
It has been more than three months since Malaysia cautiously entered the recovery movement control order (RMCO) phase but life has yet to fully return to normal and things might very well never be the same again.
Mid-autumn festival is a special occasion that calls for a joyful reunion and this year, we're celebrating it ala the new normal with 'e-Moon-ji'.
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The movement control order (MCO) ordered by the government of Malaysia to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus has forced many to look into what truly matters in a home. Having to spend longer hours at home, people are naturally thinking about ways to make their home more comfortable.
A town is a place where we live our lives, so making a good town requires detailed planning and careful consideration of the impact on the environment as well as the community who will call it home. Knowing this, Gamuda Land leaves town-making to no chance, adhering closely to its town-making principles that are driven by both data and experience.
Today, the Malaysian town-maker and multi-award-winning developer has earned its stripes for Gamuda City in Hanoi and Celadon City in Ho Chi Minh City, which have become the symbols of excellence in property development overseas.
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