Gamuda Gardens brings new attractions to township

With 600 meters of tracks which are designed with twists, turns and tunnels, the Skyline Luge is a unique wheeled-gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose-built tracks.

With 600 meters of tracks which are designed with twists, turns and tunnels, the Skyline Luge is a unique wheeled-gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose-built tracks.

SUNGAI BULOH: Gamuda Land recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with multiple brands to bring more attractions to its Gamuda Gardens township.

The developer signed the MOU with Skyline Enterprises to build a world-class Luge attraction on a 30,000 sqm hill site which will offer the Skyline Luge and the Skyline Zoom Ziplines for visitors with plans for the establishment of a tourist attraction site which will also include extensive food and beverage (F&B) offerings.

“We are confident the Luge activities which will be built on an elevation of 45 metres will be a major attraction.

“Complementing the leisure component of our masterplan, the Luge will be an integrated part of our RM4.3 billion Gamuda Gardens City Centre which will also include a one million sq. ft. regional retail mall with entertainment elements, the only sizeable mall within a 24 km radius, healthcare and wellness places, learning institutions, events grounds, cinemas and F&B offerings,” said Gamuda Land Bhd chief executive officer Ngan Chee Meng.

During the same event, Gamuda also inked MoUs with seven more brands related to sports and wellness; convenience stores and education.

These are Arena Legacy, Ecocana Sports, Beaconhouse, Wedding by Emma, 7-Eleven, Mr DIY and Petron.

Future plans for sports & wellness
Gamuda Land also plans to open a 100,000 sq ft Waterfront Village next year, facing the waterfalls will house a sports and wellness centre with facilities such as an Olympic-length swimming pool, badminton courts, sauna and water play park.

“There will be ample business opportunities for several reasons. Firstly, we see opportunity in the rising population of KL North. With an immediate catchment of 951,000 people within a 20 km radius of Gamuda Gardens, we believe we are in a good position to capitalise on this growth due to our legacy in good and sustainable town making.

“Secondly, our direct connectivity to major highways and rail networks create opportunities for people to move to Gamuda Gardens, yet remain close enough to PJ, Damansara and Kuala Lumpur,” Ngan said.

To find out more about Gamuda Gardens, please visit Gamuda Gardens Experience Gallery or call 03-6037 2888.

SHARE