Formed in 1995, Gamuda Land is the property development arm of Gamuda Berhad, an engineering, construction and infrastructure group that has taken projects all over the world and won accolades here in Malaysia for creating the SMART tunnel and the SPRINT Highway in the Klang Valley.
Gamuda Land focuses on property developments, in particular working towards building integrated townships, and currently has seven developments available: 6 in Malaysia and one, their most recent, in Vietnam.
The company’s first development was Kota Kemuning in Shah Alam, which was established in 1994, but most people will be more familiar with Valencia, a township that was opened in 2002 and prides itself with being the ‘first exclusive residential enclave in Malaysia’. Valencia offers a golf course, a club house with various facilities as well as a village square with shops and restaurants and is in line with the company’s efforts to create ‘communities’ within their property developments.
Gamuda Land has an admirable adherence to CONQUAS: Construction Quality Assessment System that was developed by Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority which strives to ensure that projects are safe and productive, and this should be encouraging to the potential investor.
The integrated townships created often include golf courses which is a very popular asset for people looking to retire and golf-enthusiasts to have a course just outside their door. Green space is important to Gamuda Land, and they promise that around 40% of each development is dedicated to green and open spaces, preventing houses feeling too cramped and ensuring the environment is pleasant for living.
For details on the individual developments it is worth checking out their website www.gamudaland.com.my, which is stylish and comprehensive with many details and photographs on their projects. The website also lists Gamuda Land’s various awards which include a CNBC Asia Pacific Residential Property Award for their golf development in Horizon Hills.
Visit their website listed above all call for more information on +603 7727 8300.
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