KL Metro launches RM400m Negri water homes projectBy Bilqis Bahari
SEREMBAN: Kuala Lumpur Metro Group has launched its latest water homes project called The Hibiscus Port Dickson in Pasir Panjang here.
With a gross development value of RM400 million, the project features 642 high-end resort homes with sizes ranging from 770 sq ft to 872 sq ft.
The project, which comprises three phases, started in August this year and is expected to be completed by 2014.
KL Metro managing director Datuk Low Tak Fatt said 108 units of the first phase had been sold out mainly to foreign investors from Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and Indonesia.
"Every unit has its own swimming pool and steam sauna room. This is the luxury that other resorts do not offer," he said.
KL Metro also officially opened its five-star resort, Grand Lexis Port Dickson.
The resort offers 323 villa comprising 166 Water Homes, 118 Garden Homes and 39 Skypool Villas.
All units are based on a "water homes" concept and each has its own swimming pool.
"Grand Lexis will be the flagship of our strategic branding of true Malaysian warm hospitality," said Low.
Since its opening in November 2009 until August this year, the resort has attracted 550,000 tourists with the majority of them foreigners, mainly from the Asia-Pacific region. Low said this has contributed to the tourism sector in Negri Sembilan.
The Grand Lexis and the Lexis Port Dickson resorts, formerly known as The Legend Water Chalets, are currently under the management of KL Metro