SUNGAI BULOH: Gamuda Gardens celebrated the grand opening of its new 18,000 sq ft Experience Gallery with a star-studded live concert at its 50-acre central park. The show kick-started to a crowd of 4,500 people who made their way to the Experience Gallery at Gamuda Gardens.
According to the statement, the concert featured performances from artistes such as Amy Chen, William Tan, Jazz Law, Yoke Chen and Juztin Lan, ending with a finale performance by Gary Chaw and a fireworks show casting colourful illuminations over the central park.
“At Gamuda Land, good town-making is achieved through strong master-planning, innovative placemaking and community building and these development principles can be found in all our towns,” said Lam.
Dubbed “in a garden where happiness lives”, Gamuda Gardens features five cascading lakes that are integrated into a 50-acre central park with two waterfalls. It is a township planned with ample greenery, providing urbanites with a respite from the hustle and bustle of city living while at the same time having accessibility to all the conveniences and amenities of urban lifestyle.
“The key thing for any good township is accessibility which we had completed and opened the Kuang Elevated Interchange System that provides direct access from the NorthSouth Expressway (NSE) right into Gamuda Gardens,” Lam explained.
Another component that Gamuda Gardens will have ready for the residents when they move in is the Waterfront Village that is connected to the new Experience Gallery. The Waterfront Village, spanning approximately 150,000 sq ft will house conveniences for the community such as a grocer, convenience shops, F&Bs, sports and clubhouse facilities, wellness shops and more.