Gamuda Land Introduces Discovery Park to Gamuda Cove.


Gamuda Land Introduces Discovery Park to Gamuda Cove

Gamuda Land, the property arm of Gamuda Berhad recently announced its latest entertainment component in Gamuda Cove called “Discovery Park”.

Discovery Park, a 23-acre commercial and leisure hub is a one-of-a-kind entertainment destination with thrilling activities. Fashioned after Taiwan’s Rainbow Village but with a Malaysian twist, Discovery Park offers a variety of activities including Asia Cove Aerobar, ArcHIVE Food Hall, Blastacars Drift Kart and more, and is targeted to become an ideal destination for the public.

Discovery Park is home to several unique attractions and many experiential activities. It is developed according to Gamuda Land’s long espoused town-making principles that resonate with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11 in building an integrated and sustainable township for its communities.

With the right mix of family-friendly entertainment offerings and careful selection of internationally certified or well-qualified providers, Discovery Park offers two zones, namely the Hangout Village and Adventure Park where visitors can take a deep dive into thrills, fun, spectacular sights, nature, and good food.

According to Herbie Tan, Director of Leasing, Retail, and Malls for Gamuda Land, what truly differentiates Gamuda Land’s townships are their mindful planning, and to be able to bring all the components together to make the towns work.

“We strategically inject fun and excitement into Discovery Park while being mindful of nature and the environment, the safety, and surrounding community,” he says.

Discovery Park is targeted to be open to the public in March 2020 with more entertainment components planned in the pipeline.

Gamuda Cove is Gamuda Land’s latest township. It commands a Gross Development Value of RM20 billion and is poised to become Malaysia’s first Maxis-enabled 5G township. The 1,530-acre development is located along the ELITE Highway with close proximity to KLIA and KLIA2 and borders the 7,600-acre Kuala Langat Forest Reserve as well as the 1,111-acre Paya Indah Wetlands.

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