SEREMBAN: The year 2022 is off to a good start for OSK Property as it officiates the opening of Iringan Bayu’s Wetland Park in Seremban.
The 22-acre Wetland Park was officially completed and first opened to the public, including Iringan Bayu’s residents just before the pandemic. After seeing that the Covid-19 situation in the country has improved in recent months, OSK Property decided to hold an official opening ceremony for Wetland Park.
“The picturesque Wetland Park is the heart of Iringan Bayu in Seremban, which integrates biodiversity and environmental conservation with art and open space,” said OSK Property chief executive officer for property development Ong Ghee Bin.
“The park was envisioned to encourage a healthy ecosystem that supports conservation and appreciation of Wetlands within the neighbourhood,” he said.
The park comprises three elements that make it one-of-its-kind: Wetland, Park and Art. The Wetland, originally created as a rainwater retention pond is now the home of 200,000 wetland plants, 972 trees of 60 different species. It has to date attracted more than eight bird species and 11 local fishes.
Conversely, the Park offers a dedicated jogging track and bicycle lane. These connect to each residential phase within the township, offering 18 fitness trails, basketball and futsal court, a 190-metre link bridge with a lake pavilion and an integrated children’s playground. The Art component balances the nature elements of the Park with 24 beautiful art sculptures that would inspire viewers and serve as an ideal photo op for visitors and residents.
The Wetland Park has attracted people ranging from the residents of Iringan Bayu to the people within the vicinity and the Klang Valley to visit the park since the day it has opened its doors. Prior to the official launch event, the Wetland Park has held picnic events and it had a good response from the public.
The uniqueness of the Wetland Park is one of the reasons why Iringan Bayu is among the sought-after development in Seremban. Iringan Bayu is an award-winning township inspired by the best of nature and envisioned to be a sustainable and green township for multigenerational living, while embracing the importance of biodiversity with the integration of the Wetland Park that provides recreational facilities for an enhanced quality of life.
The 770-acre township offers single and double-storey terrace houses and single and double-storey semi-detached houses, where people will stand a chance to live nearby Seremban’s largest recreational park.
Among the houses available for purchase at Iringan Bayu, Erama is the closest phase to the Wetland Park, located right next to the park, so residents can enjoy the view of the park from a dedicated viewing deck. The exclusive phase consists of single and double-story semi-detached houses in a limited number of 360 units.
Gitaran is a series of double-storey terrace houses, allowing residents to enjoy the benefits of living in Iringan Bayu, including being in a secured neighbourhood and living close to the signature Wetland Park.
It has two phases. A total of 306 units from phase 1 has received an overwhelming response from the public. Phase 2 will be launched in Q2 later this year when 316 units of double-storey terrace houses will be available for purchase.
Iringan Bayu is part of the OSK Essential Homes campaign, an effort from OSK Property to provide an enhanced living environment with a reasonable price point. Prospective homebuyers can enjoy benefits such as free SPA and loan legal fees with the Essential Homes campaign. The houses in Iringan Bayu are priced from RM422,000.