Permas Jaya Green Haven Service Apartment

Address: Permas Jaya, Johor

Property Type: Serviced Residence
Tenure:Freehold
Title:Commercial
Land Area: 7.76 Acres
Units: 1,134 units
Building: 3 towers (40, 43 & 46 storeys)
Bedrooms:1+1, 2, 2+1, 3 3+1
Size: 698 – 1,598sqft
TOP: 2017
Furnishing:Partly Furnished

Permas Jaya Green Haven map

Permas Jaya Green Haven map

Green Haven site plan

Green Haven site plan

Mini Theatre

Mini Theatre

Palm Tree Boulevard

Palm Tree Boulevard

Sapphire Lagoon

Sapphire Lagoon

Sited on a 7.76-acre land, Green Haven Iskandar Malaysia comprises 3 blocks of serviced apartments, totalling 1,134 units which are scheduled for completion in 2017.

Each block utilises a 3 tier security system namely a guard house at the entrance, access card to the lift lobby from the drop off point and parking area as well as an access card to individual unit level for the lift.

CCTVs will be installed in common areas and are monitored constantly by the management. There will be also scheduled patrol by security guards on the ground level, car park levels and podium levels for increased security.

As its name suggests, the iskandar project Green Haven incorporates a ‘green rainforest’ theme, with the entire project surrounded by greenery. House buyers can enjoy serenity with its river and hill features acting as a barrier from the city’s pollution. Residents can live in perfect peace, relax and serenity environment after their stressful work.

Green Haven’s three towers provide residents with panoramic views facing Singapore skyline and a hill view from the other side.

Green Haven Johor is strategically located at Permas Jaya which is opposite Sembawang, Singapore. The mass development opposite the Green haven by Tropicana will definitely value added to its attraction to house buyers and property investors.

Green Haven is merely 10 minutes drive away from the CIQ Complex via the Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway connecting the Coastal Highway. It is also surrounded by upcoming commercial hubs such as the Oasis Business Hub and the Oasis at Tropicana Danga Cove.

Green Haven features:

1)Smart home system, smarter lifestyle –  focus on connectivity, convenience, security and future living standards.

2)Rainforest Concept – Large greenergy space for relaxation and comfortability

3)Easy access to Eastern Dispersal Link(EDL), Coastal highway, and Pasir Gudang highway.

4)10 miniutes to Johor Bahru city center and CIQ to Singapore.

5)Fast Growing Iskandar Zone Property.

6)Freehold

7)3 Tier security

Green Haven Facilities:

1. Guard House
2. Mini Theatre
3. Library
4. Gym
5. Cafe
6. Games Room
7. Laundry
8. Kindergarten
9. Mini Mart / Convenient Store
10. Conference Room
11. Multipurpose Hall
12. BBQ Pit
13. 50m Lap Pool / Wading Pool
14. Jaccuzzi
15. Gourment Kitchen
16. Children’s Playground
17. Basketball Court
18. Nature Trail
19. Outdoor Fitness Station
20. Wellness Area / Yoga / Meditation
21. Maze Garden
22. Viewing Platform

Green Haven Sorrounding development

Green Haven Sorrounding development

The masterplan of development in this area 10 years forward, developed by Tropicana Danga Cove (220 acres, gross development value of RM2.9 billion) and Australia Developer Walker Group (Senibong Waterfront City, 208 acres).

To be success in the property investment, it should meet the criteria of :-

1)The first luxury condo within the mass development area

2)Accessibility – Eastern Costal Highway and Eastern Dispersal Link

3)Without 2 km radius from coastal line – where urbanisation always concentrate at these ample plain land

4)Tourism – Waterfront City at Senibong and Tropicana Danga Cove

5)Convenience – daily necessities within reach distance

6)Mass development surrounding the property unit

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Prima Regency Apartment for RENT

Prima Regency service Apartment for RENT

Property details:

Property Name   : Prima Regency
Property Type     :Service Apartment
Address                : Jalan Masai Baru, 81750, Johor
Land Title Type  :Residential
Built-Up               :1,050 sq. ft.
Bedrooms            :3
Bathrooms           :2
Condition             :Fully Furnished
Rental                   : RM2000 (nego)
Posted Date         :27/10/2014

Facilities:

1) Barbecue Area
2) Cafeteria
3) Club House
4) Covered Parking
5) Gymnasium
6) Jogging Track
7) Mini Market
8) Sauna
9) Swimming Pool
10) Wading Pool
11) 24hr Security

Amenities:

1) 5 minutes drive away distance to Giant, Tesco and Jusco shopping mall
2) Connected to Pasir Gudang highway, North-South highway, and Tebrau highway
3) 2 km distance to Johor Jaya bus terminal and taxi stand

Prima Regency apartment is a service apartment located at the southern town of Johor Bahru, part of Flagship A, Iskandar Malaysia. The freehold residential development comprises Studio and bigger units that measure 1,050 sq ft in size with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Facilities at Prima Regency include barbeque area BBQ, cafeteria, clubhouse, covered parking, jogging track, sauna, swimming pool and wading pool, gymnasium,mini-market and 24-hour security surveillance.

Prima Regency is located in a convenient location near various amenities and strategic locations with connectivities. Located nearby are Giant Hypermarket Plentong, Makro, the Daiman Golf & Country Club, the local market and a post office besides other retail outlets. It is also 5 minutes drive away to Tesco shopping mall and Jusco shopping mall at Tebrau. Schools in the vicinity include SMK Taman Johor Jaya 1, SJKC Johor Jaya, SMK Taman Molek and SK Taman Johor Jaya.

The apartment are connected to major town area via the Pasir Gudang highway, the North-South highway, and the Tebrau highway. The Johor Jaya bus terminal is about 2 km away from the Prima Regency apartment. It is about 15 minutes drive away to the Johor Bahru and CIQ, suitable for family and individual working in Singapore.

 

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

Prima Regency apartment for rent

 

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Johor Bahru land for sale

Address: Johor Bahru
Land Size: 7000 sqft
Land Title: Residential Land with house
Land Tenure: Freehold
Selling Price:RM300.00 psf
Posted date:27 Oct, 2014
Land condition: Flat land behind New Hong Kong Restaurant overlooking R&F Princess Cove HOSPCA project and Singapore skyline.

Johor Bahru land for sale, JB land for sale

Johor Bahru land for sale, JB land for sale

Johor Bahru land for sale, JB land for sale

Johor Bahru land for sale, JB land for sale

 

Johor Bahru Fact and Figure

Johor Bahru (abbreviated as JB) is the capital city of Johor in southern Malaysia, located north of Singapore.

The presence of Singapore-owned companies and tourists is significant in Johor Bahru. Johor Bahru’s many shopping complexes cater to tourists from Singapore who visit the city for shopping and entertainment, taking advantage of the stronger Singapore dollar. As such, Johor Bahru’s retail scene is highly developed for a city of its size. The main shopping districts are located within the city.

Johor Bahru enjoys a close economic relationship with Singapore. A large number of residents in Johor Bahru work in Singapore, where salaries for equivalent jobs are higher than in Malaysia. This is partially because of the strong Singapore dollar. For the same reason, many Singaporeans live in Johor Bahru or visit the city for shopping, entertainment, and dining. Many Singaporeans own property, businesses, and factories in Johor Bahru.

Tourism is one of the most important factors for Johor Bahru’s economic growth. Johor Bahru is easily reached from Singapore, and receives 49.9 percent of the country’s annual 22.5 million foreign tourists via its bridges and road links to Singapore.

After 8 years of Iskandar Malaysia introduction and development in progress, Johor Bahru as Flagship A has gained a lot of foreign investments. The most known to everybody are the investments of China developers alongside of Danga Bay, Straits of Tebrau to the Second Link coastal line, Country Garden, Greenland, and R&F Properties to be namely. Due to its scarcity of landbank in Johor Bahru, its strategic location next to Singapore by a causeway and its status as Johor capital city, Johor Bahru land price has shoot up rocketly within these 2 years. Johor Bahru land is most sought after among the China developers.

 

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Batu Pahat land for SALE

Batu Pahat land for SALE

Address: Mukim Simpang Kanan, Batu Pahat
Land Size: 4.75011 acres
Land Title: Agriculture Land
Land Tenure: Freehold
Selling Price:RM33.00 psf
Current rental:RM15k
Posted date:26 Oct, 2014
Land condition: Flat land beside main road.

Batu Pahat land for sale

Batu Pahat land for sale

 

 

Parit Sonto at Sri Gading land for SALE

Address: Parit Sonto, Mukim Sri Gading, Batu Pahat
Land Size: 5.407 acres
Land Title: Agriculture Land
Land Tenure: Freehold
Selling Price:RM12.50 psf
Land condition: Flat land beside tar road.
Accessibility: 3.2km from Ayer Hitam, 16km from Batu Pahat, 2 km to Kluang Route.
Posted date:26 Oct, 2014

Parit Sonto at Sri Gading land for sale

Parit Sonto at Sri Gading land for sale

 Batu Pahat Fact and Figure

Batu Pahat town (Bandar Penggaram or BP;) is a town located on the northwest coast of the state of Johor, Malaysia within a district of the same name. It lies south-east of Muar, south-west of Kluang, north-west of Pontian and south of Segamat.

As of 2009, Batu Pahat is the 20th largest urban area in Malaysia in terms of population. In 2006, Batu Pahat surpassed Muar to become the second largest urban area in Johor and by 2012, Batu Pahat is the 16th largest urban area in Malaysia in terms of population.(Malaysia Population)

Batu Pahat has developed rapidly over the past few years, its growth encouraged by people from neighbouring townships who come to visit the local shopping centres. Nowadays, Batu Pahat enjoy the name of “Northern Johor Shopping Paradise” due to the rapid development of those shopping malls and hypermarkets.

Batu Pahat is Johor’s second largest manufacturing industrial town; encompassing textiles, electronics, food-processing, timber, porcelain and plastic industry. It produces 50% of the textile exported from Malaysia and there are about 300 garment and textile factories.

There are several industrial zones including Tongkang Pecah, Parit Raja and Sri Gading. Private industrial zones include Sri Sulong, Lian Aik and Buditama, ranging from 20 acres (81,000 m2) to 200 acres (0.81 km2). Foreign investments include Sharp Roxy, Sony, Fujitsu, Hitachi and Mitsumi. There over 20 public listed companies, including Harta Packaging, PCCS, Baneng Holdings, S&P, Sharp Roxy, Ramatex, Southex, Prolexus, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Yong Tai, Hwa Tai, AE, Kia Lim, Kayu Wangi, Hup Seng, Xiang Leng, Magnum, SKP, SPI Plastics, BP Plastics, Cheng Yap Sdn. Bhd. and Fast Track Solutions Bhd.

Agriculture is another important source of income for the locals. Batu Pahat has some of the largest rubber, oil palm, coconut and cocoa plantations in Johor. Fruit produce such as watermelons, papayas, bananas, pineapples, durians and 20 varieties of vegetables are exported. There are also several fishing villages near the Strait of Malacca, providing rich sources of fisheries. Ornamental fish such as the arowana are major exports for some companies such as Xiang Leng.

Batu Pahat acquired the name Batu Pahat, which means “chiselled stone”, from the quarries near the estuary. There are multiple theories as to the origin of this name. In around 1456, the Siamese army, led by Admiral Awi Di Chu, camped in Batu Pahat before attacking Malacca. Legend has it that the invading Siamese troops were chiselling rocks at a rocky spot in the coastal village of Kampung Minyak Beku, in hope to get fresh water during their retreat from the Melaka troops, led by Tun Perak, the famous Bendahara (Prime Minister) of the Malacca Empire. Another possible explanation for the origin of the name is the fortress (“a famosa”) built by the Portuguese after capturing Melaka, which was made from granite rocks taken from the mouth of Sungai Batu Pahat.

Renowned for its salted fish in the past, Batu Pahat was formerly known as Bandar Penggaram, which means “town of salt-makers”. In 1893/1894, the present township was founded by Dato’ Bentara Luar, Mohamed Salleh bin Perang, acting on the orders of the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Abu Bakar.

Batu Pahat was also the location of the headquarters for the 1Bn FIR of Fijian troops serving as part of the Commonwealth forces during The Malayan Emergency, from 1952 to 1956. The 1,600 strong force saw considerable action during the campaign and contributed to the securing of the area during that period.

Today, the ancient well can still be found in Minyak Beku, though little was done to maintain this ancient landmark which gives name to the town. For the town’s centennial celebration in the early ’90s, a quaint monument depicting a floating hand chiselling a rock was set up in the town square. It became the landmark of the town instantaneously. Currently, the newly refurbished town square is popular with locals on weekend nights and also provides as a venue for many public festive celebrations.

Recently Batu Pahat land price and property price was bouyant by the news of HSR transit station from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. Among the 7 high speed rail transit station, Batu Pahat is one of the chosen location amongst of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Seremban, Ayer Keroh, Muar, and Nusajaya. With the HSR transit station spillover effects, it is expected that Batu Pahat will benefited from the foreign investors investment and increase of people stay here for better opportunities and connectivity.

 

Batu Pahat Mukim

Batu Pahat Mukim

High Speed Rail Malaysia HSR

High Speed Rail Malaysia HSR

 

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Leisure Farm land for sale

Project Name: Leisure Farm
Address          : Nusajaya, Johor Bahru
Land size        : 4375 square meter
Land Title       : Residential Land
Tenure            : Freehold
Lot No             : Lot 49289
Asking price   : RM5 million
Posted date    : 26 Oct, 2014

 

About Leisure Farm

Leisure Farm Resort Residence is an award-winning gated residential resort development in Iskandar Malaysia, and located at Gelang Patah, which is centrally located within Nusajaya. It is also strategically link to both Second Link and Causeway Singapore and Johor Bahru within a short drive away. Surrounded by Iskandar Malaysia’s catalytic projects with quick and easy access to Singapore, Leisure Farm is home to a truly international community. Leisure Farm Resort, is one of Malaysia’s most prestigious gated resort developments that brings a fresh new approach to world concept living. Among the opulent landscape and natural mangroves nestles a 27-hole championship golf course, equestrian club, health farm village, leisure square, commercial and amusement centre, retail shops and international school that are all designed to create and promote a carefree living and working atmosphere. The developer is the established conglomerate, Mulpha International. The development of Leisure Farm Resort Residences started in 1992 and it is estimated that it would only be completed in 2025.

Leisure Farm Resort Residences is an 1,765 acre of prime, freehold Johor land, and master-planned resort township offers a wide range of well designed estates and residences with world-class amenities. The development split into 12 precincts which are aim to provide a relax, comfortable, quality of living environment along with greenery eco-friendly surroundings. There are seven bungalow plot precincts within Leisure Farm Resort Residences encompassing some 1,000 acres; namely Merbok Springs, Victoria Meadows, Palm Grove, Admiral Heights, Palm View, Bayou Bay and Bayou Grove. The bungalow plots in the seven mentioned precincts vary from 1/8th of an acre to one acre in size. The remaining five precincts encompass the developer’s strata-titled properties which are namely, Bayou Water Village, Bayou Creek, Garden Court, Link 25 and Pinggiran Bayou.

Leisure Farm Resort Residences saw to the addition of a total of 213 low-rise 2-storey units that make up Bayou Water Village spread over 22 acres which were launched in 2006. Garden Court comprises of 82 units of 2-storey village homes which were sold out in 2004. There are 25 units of golf view double-storey zero-lot bungalows located within Link 25, each having a gross built-up area of 3,000 sf to 3,800 sf. Each unit has a lotus pond and an infinity pool. Pinggiran Bayou consists of 122 units of strata-titled water-front village homes launched in 2003 with an average built-up of 2,000 sf and priced from RM472,000 to RM570,000 at launch.

Leisure Farm Resort’s latest development is that of Bayou Creek, more specifically Precint 7. There are to be a total of 130 bungalows and 202 semi-detached houses in Bayou Creek Precint 7, chalking up to a total of 332 units. The first phase (Phase 7A) of the launch in July 2011 offers 96 units; 46 bungalows and 50 semi-detached units. The prices at the launch of these units start from RM1.56 million for the semi-detached units and RM2.35 million for the bungalows. The next phase (phase 7B) will be launched in October 2013, which will include 57 semi-detached units and bungalow units.

Leisure Farm Resort Residences which is situated in Johor is one of the states in Malaysia with the highest crime rates, therefore security would and should be a prime concern. The location is patrolled 24 hours by ex-Nepalese army guards 24/7 equipped with state-of-the-art systems and surveillance. A police station is located by the main entrance to the development. It is also one of the first double-gated residential developments in Malaysia.

The facilities located within Leisure Farm are extensive to say the least. The grounds boasts a RM13 million to build, 32,000 sf clubhouse, 23-acre Bale Equestrian and Country Club, 36-hole championship Porresia Golf Course which stretches over 280 acres, a natural mangrove forest, 50 acres of orchard and plantation including the award-winning 22-acre Kayu Manis Orchard and Nursery. There are four community parks, 11 themed gardens, and barbecue areas scattered around.

For everyday shopping, residents in Leisure Farm generally frequent three areas; Bukit Indah, Nusa Bestari and Perling. There is an AEON Jusco and Tesco located in Bukit Indah, Giant in Nusa Bestari, Carrefour in Sutera Mall and Perling Mall in Taman Perling. They are not exactly a stone’s throw away but it’s the price you pay for the perks you get for living within a resort residence. Columbia Asia Hospital is the first hospital within Nusajaya, and would be your go-to hospital in case of an emergency. Major banks such as Citi, RBS and Standard Chartered are reported to be opening their offices in Iskandar in the near future. In terms of education, Iskandar Malaysia has EduCity to offer to its residents as it is conveniently located within the same district. It is a fully integrated education hub that was listed as one of the projects in Malaysia’s Economic Transformation Programme.

In terms of transport, Leisure Farm residents report it would take a 15 minute drive to reach the nearest town, which is Nusa Perintis. As Leisure Farm is conveniently connected to the Second Link Expressway, it is easily accessible from Singapore, Johor Bahru, the Senai Airport and the Johor New State Administration Centre via an extensive network of highways. To reach the Singapore-Malaysian border would take a 20 minute drive. Senai Airport is a 25-minute drive away, whereas the Columbia Asia Hospital is an 18 minute drive away. Unfortunately, there is no public transport to speak of within Leisure Farm. However, Gelang Patah town does have a bus station where buses to Singapore leave frequently, and taxis can take you to and from the bus station.

Leisure Farm location and map, Nusajaya, Medini, Iskandar Malaysia, Bukit Indah, Johor Bahru, Singapore

Leisure Farm location and map

 

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Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR track alignment

State Public Works, Rural and Regional Development Committee chairman Datuk Hasni Mohammad told New Straits Times that Johor has finalised the High Speed Rail HSR track alignment connecting Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. He said that HSR track will run on the western side of the South Expressway.

Hasni said the HSR transit station in Johor will located between Sungai Mati and Bukit Pasir in Muar, Ayer Hitam in Batu Pahat and Nusajaya in Iskandar Malaysia before connecting to Singapore through Second Link. The transit station at Nusajaya will be near to Second Link in Tanjung Kupang and running parallel with Second Link crossing over the Straits of Johor. Next month’s 11th Malaysia-Singapore Joint Ministerial Committee meeting is expected to focus on the HSR track alignment.

Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) chairman Tan Sri Dr Syed Hamid Albar said the HSR project is expected to start at the end of next year and completed by 2020. He said that the cost of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR is RM38.4 billion including the purchase of high speed bullet trains and locomotives.

Syed Hamid said that 7 HSR transit station had neen identified which are Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Seremban, Ayer Keroh, Muar, Batu Pahat and Nusajaya. He said the state government has been approved the proposal during the Economic Planning Unit.

The goal of the HSR is to enhance the connectivity between both country capital city in Malaysia and Singapore and reduces the travel time to 90 minutes from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore.

Economic analyst Mr Hoo said the Kuala Lumpur – Singapore high speed rail HSR once completed would have domino effect to both Malaysia and counterpart country Singapore. “We would enter a new phase of tourism by having more foreign tourists coming into Malaysia.”

Mr Hoo also mentioned that although the HSR project is mainly concentrate in Johor, neighboring states like Malacca, Negeri Sembilan and Kuala Lumpur would also benefit from it. He expect an increase in property growth as well as other sectors as the spillover effects from the HSR project.

Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR transit station

Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR transit station

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Malaysia ranked 19th of top expat destinations, survey shows

Expatriates have chosen Malaysia as one of the most attractive destinations to migrate to, according to a recent survey by The Expat Explorer 2014.

Malaysia ranked 19th in the list of 20 countries for expats looking for a balanced life, because it was cost-effective and offered high quality and relatively inexpensive accommodation.

“Many also find that Malaysia is cost-effective as well as an exciting destination.

“Respondents said that accommodation is easy to find, of higher quality and relatively inexpensive,” the report said.

At least 63% of respondents said that it was easy to find accommodation in Malaysia, over half (54%) say it is of a higher standard than in their home country and 34% are now spending less on housing than before, the survey found.

The respondents said that utilities are another area in which they are saving – 37% now spend less on these bills compared with a global average of 26%.

Some 9,300 expatriates from more than 100 countries were polled in the Expat Explorer survey, one of the largest independent global studies of its kind.

The survey, commissioned by HSBC Expat, was conducted by a third party research company YouGov between April and May this year.

It noted that Malaysia was most likely the choice for expatriates looking for a new challenge.

“Expats looking for a challenge are among the most likely to head to Malaysia in Southeast Asia – 49% of expat respondents told us this reason motivated their move, followed by better job prospects (46%).”

The majority of this year’s respondents are from the UK, making up 27%.

The biggest problem the expatriates had to face in Malaysia is language, with nearly half of expats in country (47%) saying they find the local language difficult.

“But expats who make Malaysia their home seem to embrace the sense of adventure, with over half (56%) trying to learn and use the local language, despite its difficulty, 70% travelling more since embarking on an expat life and 57% describing Malaysia as a culturally interesting place for them and their families,” the report said.

Switzerland topped the list, which is into its seventh year, followed by neighbouring Singapore at second place.

Another of Malaysia’s neighbours, Thailand, took seventh spot.

In this year’s survey, Asia was ranked the best continent for earning potential, with nearly one-fifth (19%) of expatriates earning at least US$200,000 (RM652,590) annually and 65% said they had more disposable income than they would have in their home countries. – October 22, 2014.

More details for the report can be found here https://www.expatexplorer.hsbc.com/#/country/Malaysia.

Expat Explorer 2014 survey report

Expat Explorer 2014 survey report

 

Source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/malaysia-one-of-top-expat-destinations-survey-shows

 

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