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Mah Sing To Unveil 9.62 Acres Summit Park In March 2020 At Southville City, Its Largest Township Development In Klang Valley

Kuala Lumpur, 2020 – Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing) is planning to unveil its very first Community-Friendly Recreational Park, Summit Park – scheduled in March 2020 at Southville City, KL South, its largest township development in Klang Valley. This 9.62 acres park, which acts as a ‘Green Sanctuary’ is deemed as one of the pioneer public park playground in Malaysia that complies with the international safety standards certified by the Playground Safety Association of Malaysia (PSAM).

Mah Sing’s Founder and Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Leong Hoy Kum said, “The Summit Park, which is scheduled for its official unveiling in March 2020 is not only limited to residents of our Southville City alone but is welcomed for the public to enjoy as well. This reinforces our renewed commitment to continue giving back to the surrounding community. The completion of the Summit Park is also timely to cater to the growing population within the vicinity as it straddles across matured neighbourhoods such as Bangi, Kajang, Nilai, Seremban, Semenyih, Dengkil, and Sepang.”

“I am delighted that Summit Park is recognised by the Majlis Perbandaran Sepang (MPS) as a reference point for one of the public parks in Malaysia, which complies with the international safety standards, promoting children’s rights to play in a safe environment as it serves as an important role in children’s healthy development. In addition, the safety compliance will increase the public’s awareness in the aspects of children’s playground safety and design,” added Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Leong Hoy Kum.

The Summit Park is equipped with covered and open picnic areas furnished to offer al-fresco dining experience scattered throughout the park. The playground area, considered as one of the largest public park playground in the state, spans over 800 square metre area. There are also meditation area and over 20 different outdoor gyms & par-course facilities equipped for outdoor workout and meditation sessions.

Subsequently, ‘Summit View Point’ – dubbed as the highest accessible area of the park, will offer a panoramic view overlooking the whole park. All spaces are linked with approximately 1.2-km looped pedestrian circulation for strolling, jogging & cycling activities throughout the park indulged and fused with planting elements to create a harmonious and balanced experience.

Among the key facilities include – Walkway / Bicycle Lane; Pavilion; Playground; Picnic Area; The Pinnacle; Multipurpose Lawn; Meditation Area; Summit View Point; Outdoor Fitness Station; Reflexology Walk; Bicycle Rack; Public Toilet; Public Parking Lots.

Aerial View of Summit Park @ Southville City, KL South

Southville City Continues To Create Excitement

In efforts to continue creating value to the residents of Southville City along with its surrounding community, Mah Sing is geared up to roll-out a series of events in the first quarter of 2020 (Q1 2020).

Mah Sing’s Chief Operating Officer, Everlyn Khaw said, “At Mah Sing, we always strive to continuously provide added value to our customers by organising various events and happenings for all to enjoy. We recently organised our flagship Qube Market – Home & Fun Fair at our Savanna Boulevard Shops, which we collaborated with various home brands, offering attractive offers to our customers and residents. We displayed many different booths from our participating partners during the two-day event to allow all visitors to spend quality time with their loved ones. In view of the overwhelming response, we plan to extend the Qube Market – themed ‘Children’s Day and Toy Fair in March 2020 to cater to burgeoning demand.”

“Building on the momentum of our on-going place making initiatives, we will also be organising a Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration in conjunction with the Homes of Prosperity Campaign. Our upcoming CNY Open House which will be held on 8 February 2020 will include various activities such as Acrobatic Lion Dance and 10 Festival Drums performance, along with fun-filled CNY activities and feasts prepared for our valued customers and all visitors,” she elaborated.

Amongst Southville City’s recent events include Southville City Collector Fest; Southville City Collectors Big Bite; Southville City Dinosaur Garden Fest and Southville City Fun Run.

Southville City’s Flagship Qube Market: Home & Fun Fair – Building on Momentum of Place Making Initiatives

A Sustainable Township Offering Quality and Enhanced Living Experience

Southville City, which sits on 428 acres of land, is Mah Sing’s largest township development in Klang Valley. It has an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM11billion and is expected to be completed over the next 12 to 15 years. Southville City is actively undergoing various developments to cater to the estimated population of around 69,000 people upon its completion. Amongst the recent developments, include the completion of Avens Residence, Savanna Executive Suites, Savanna Boulevard Shops, as well as the upcoming opening of MERCEARIA grocer.

In line with Mah Sing’s tagline, ‘Reinvent Spaces. Enhance Life,’ the Group remains devoted to enhance the accessibility of the township. Mah Sing officially opened the Southville City interchange in April 2018, which will has not only benefitted the residents of Southville City but also the surrounding community.

Mah Sing’s Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Ho Hon Sang said, “Mah Sing is always committed to enhance the amenities and offerings of Southville City. With all the on-going developments lined-up, 2020 is going to be yet another exciting year for Southville City as we intend to create more excitement in the area. Ultimately, our aim is to build Southville City as a sustainable township as half of the township’s land is planned for green development.”


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