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Old March 13th, 2007, 10:17 AM   #61
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This place is far far from city.
Who will move there?

Pls don't think that Malaysia is so "BOLEH" until can built a project like DUBAI.....
Our vision are far far left behind, compare to the Leaders in Dubai which has far eye sight.

Actually the Sepang Gold Coast (which I think is a silly unoriginal copy cat name) are built on stilts instead of land reclamation. So ours is a far far cry from the scale of Dubai just like the Eye On Malaysia is a far far far cry from the likes of the London Eye, Singapore Flyer and the Shanghai Star.

Leaders in Dubai isn't really that far-sighted lah....they just have lotsa cash to burn
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Old March 13th, 2007, 11:50 AM   #62
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Leaders in Dubai isn't really that far-sighted lah....they just have lotsa cash to burn [/QUOTE]

With the money we gained from Petronas. We can do something like what Dubai do... But.... Ai.....

The gold cost actually is buidling some "Kampung" house float/bertiang 4 on the sea... it really can't compare to the land reclaimation which done by Dubai.
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Old March 13th, 2007, 12:19 PM   #63
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dah tabiat org malaysia..kalo ada benda hebat dr luar, mula lah nak condemn negara sendirik!
nkorang tak ingat ke our putrajaya?twin tower?...those are our mega ambitious project during our economy was booming? and now arab's turn to have mega projects...but remember, nobody can predict the future! what happen if there's an economic slowdown in arab region due to war or something?...what will happen to their projects?

yes, i agree that sepang goldcost project is not attractive, that's not our money! not even duit Rakyat. if the project fail or success..we will have nothing.

only we can do is...striving for our own future, our country. no need to condemn own country when other has more project than us!

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Old May 21st, 2007, 06:05 AM   #64
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Golden landmark for Sepang

By GOH EE KOON


Ho Hock Seng

WORK on the RM3bil Sepang GoldCoast, billed as an important tourism project in the country, has begun.

It will cover 1,850ha of sea and shore estates in front of the Straits of Malacca and 17km around a mangrove river.

Also planned are areas for retail, a dry market, restaurants, retirement village, a hotel and theme park.

Sepang GoldCoast is a joint venture between Sepang Bay Sdn Bhd and Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd. Sepang Bay is the Malaysian property development arm of the Indonesian Istana Group.

“Piling works have begun and it stretches out 1.1km from the coast and 30 metres below the sea,” Sepang GoldCoast president Ho Hock Seng told reporters.

All piling works will be completed by the year's end, and the show units completed by June or July next year.

He said this would be only part of the project's first phase. It would form the foundation for 366 units of sea villas designed to resemble the shape of a palm tree called Golden Palm Villas costing RM180mil.

While the concept itself is not new and is similar to the United Arab Emirates' The Palms very high-end development, Ho said it was the first of its kind in this region.

Upon completion in mid-2009, Golden Palm Villas will have a gross development value of RM230mil.

More plans are being drawn up to develop a 22km stretch of land along the coast.

“Response to our villas has been positive. This is very encouraging for our future projects,” said Ho, adding that 70% of the villas would be targeted at overseas buyers.


An artist's impression of Sepang GoldCoast

Ho said 76% of the units available for sale had been taken up. Of these, 116 bookings have come from Britain, 39 from South Korea, 32 from Dubai and eight from other countries. Malaysian buyers have booked 54 units.

Sepang GoldCoast chairman Yanki Regan said a selling point was the pricing.

“If you buy a Palms unit in Dubai, you would be paying much more. Our prices start from only RM465,600,” he said, adding that the Istana Group had a proven track record.
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Old May 21st, 2007, 05:33 PM   #65
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Our prices start from only RM465,600
Man, I must be in the wrong profession. I don't have RM465k+ to spare unlike the Malaysians that bought the 54 units.
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Old May 21st, 2007, 07:06 PM   #66
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Sepang GoldCoast chairman Yanki Regan said a selling point was the pricing.

“If you buy a Palms unit in Dubai, you would be paying much more. Our prices start from only RM465,600,” he said, adding that the Istana Group had a proven track record.


This cannot and would never be compared to Palm Jumeirah lah ( except maybe the palm shape lah hehe ). People there do bungalows with luxury fittings on reclaimed land and the place is not far from the city. This Sepang Coconut tree is so far from civilization.....aiyoh.......of course cheap lah. Actually I dun think it is cheap at all
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Old May 21st, 2007, 07:13 PM   #67
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Thats a cheap way of comparing. Somemore the palm is so tiny and flat...Even a small tsunami can cover it.
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Old May 22nd, 2007, 05:32 AM   #68
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Frens in Dubai are building the bungalow on a land. A LAND. You see.
But we are buiding something like wooden bungalow on the water.

I just scare that after 20 years, it will be dirty like what we have back in Weld Quay, Penang, all the "shit" was throw into the sea...
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Old May 22nd, 2007, 05:38 AM   #69
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i don't believe they are stupid enough to not install sanitation lah. unless the people staying there wants to shit in the sea
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omg RM3 billion! and what about the commute time eh?
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Old May 22nd, 2007, 02:46 PM   #71
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With this tiny project..they are just testing the water la!
I saw their advertisement in some UK newspapers lately.
wooden structures?high maintenance? Middle class in the west are so obsessed with constantly home improvement especially on their second or third home.
if the developers are targeting on foreign buyers, i think wooden kampung houses on the water will sell.
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Old May 22nd, 2007, 04:26 PM   #72
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An artist's impression of Sepang GoldCoast

Ho said 76% of the units available for sale had been taken up. Of these, 116 bookings have come from Britain, 39 from South Korea, 32 from Dubai and eight from other countries. Malaysian buyers have booked 54 units.
to own a on-water chalet like those in maldives is one of my BIG dreams too
but i don't believe the water quality in selangor would do the same...no wonder foreigners love this project..

the dubai development has a lot of environmental issues....but this sepang's is their opposite...
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Old May 28th, 2007, 07:04 AM   #73
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Golden Palm Tree, hotel terapung terpanjang di Asia

Oleh HISYAMUDDIN AYUB

KUALA LUMPUR 27 Mei – Hotel terapung, Golden Palm Tree Water Villa milik Sepang Goldcoast Sdn. Bhd. (Sepang Goldcoast) di pesisir pantai Sepang kira-kira 80 kilometer dari sini mencatat jualan 62 peratus atau sebanyak 205 unit sejak dilancarkan awal tahun ini.

Pengerusi dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Yanki Regan berkata, sebanyak 366 unit resort terapung akan dibina sepanjang 1.2 kilometer ke tengah laut tanpa menjejaskan laluan air di bawah projek hartanah tersebut.

‘‘Ternyata projek ini mendapat sambutan yang mengagumkan bukan sahaja di peringkat tempatan, tetapi ia turut menarik minat pembeli di luar negara terutamanya dari United Kingdom apabila sebanyak 75 unit telah berjaya dijual.

‘‘Daripada jumlah tersebut, sebanyak 20 buah unit dijual pada pameran Excel London pada 30 Mac hingga 1 April lalu,’’ katanya.

Katanya, projek Golden Palm Tree itu turut mendapat sambutan baik di negara Korea apabila 38 unit telah berjaya dijual dalam tempoh tiga hari di pameran hartanah di Seoul pada hujung bulan April lalu.

Beliau berkata, sebanyak tiga unit terjual di Taiwan, dua di Switzerland dan sebuah masing-masing di Amerika Syarikat, Sepanyol serta Ireland, manakala sebanyak 52 unit di Malaysia.

Jelasnya, pembangunan hartanah itu ternyata mendapat keyakinan penuh daripada pelabur dan pembeli yang menginginkan sebuah destinasi pelancongan baru di rantau ini.

Menurutnya, projek itu merupakan sebuah pusat pelancongan syurga pesisir pantai terpanjang di Asia dan merupakan Palm ketiga di dunia, setelah dua projek Palm sebelum ini dibina di Dubai.

Katanya, projek Golden Palm Tree itu merupakan fasa pertama untuk projek hartanah di pesisir pantai dengan pelaburan sebanyak AS$1.5 bilion.

Tambahnya, Golden Palm Tree itu juga menyediakan kemudahan menyeluruh seperti rumah kelab yang unik, bilik mesyuarat, kedai, pusat perniagaan, restoran, kolam renang, pusat rekreasi, perpustakaan dan pusat penjagaan kesihatan, spa serta gim.

Selain itu beliau berkata, projek hartanah di pesisir pantai itu akan dilengkapi dengan taman tema air yang selangkah jauh lebih baik daripada apa yang sedia ada di Malaysia pada masa ini.

Tambahnya, keseluruhan projek tersebut dijangka siap dalam tempoh lima hingga 10 tahun akan datang.

Katanya, projek tersebut bakal menjadi sebuah lagi pusat pelancongan baru yang menarik di negara ini, sekali gus mengharumkan lagi nama negara sebagai sebuah pusat pelancongan terbaik di rantau ini.
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Nice development. This thing sells.
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Issit possible this houses get rob by pirates patrolling at Straits of Malacca?
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will they clean up the beaches around there ??
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Wow.....that's a good project.

Endless....potential, Malaysia
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Issit possible this houses get rob by pirates patrolling at Straits of Malacca?
Yohoho..a pirate's for me

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Wow.....that's a good project.

Endless....potential, Malaysia

Hi Marinho I tried to participate in the Dutch sub-forum but everything is written in Dutch I will be in Amsterdam this August.


Forrestcat LOL... I don't think there will be pirates... becuz everyone will be provided with private guard
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which pirate?..captain sao feng of singapore pirate?

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