Saturday, January 05, 2008

Launch of Legend Water Chalets

THE Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negri Sembilan Tuanku Ja'afar ibni Al-Marhum Tuanku Abdul Rahman officiated at the grand official launch of The Legend Water Chalets in Port Dickson recently.

Also gracing the event was Tunku Ampuan Besar Tuanku Najihah binti Al-Marhum Tunku Besar Burhanuddin.

About 200 invited guests including politicians, corporate guests, travel and tour agents, bankers, suppliers, contractors and senior government officials were also present.

Idyllic: The Legend Water Chalets are located near the town of Lukut and is about 4.8km from Port Dickson.
They included Negri Sembilan state executive council member Datuk T. Rajagopalu, Port Dickson Municipal Council president Tengku Datuk Idris Tengku Hadi, Kuala Lumpur Metro Group chairman Mat Hassan Esa, The Kuala Lumpur Metro Group directors Datuk Low Tak Fatt and Datuk Yap Chuan Thai and The Legend Group of Hotels and Resorts president Many Chew.

In his speech, Tuanku Ja'afar congratulated The Legend Water Chalets on the official opening .

He also congratulated the management of the Kuala Lumpur Metro Group, the owner of The Legend Water Chalets, Port Dick-son for winning the prestigious CNBC's International Property Award 2007 in London recently.

The win was under the “Best Architecture” and “Best Develop-ment” categories for the Group's second phase project, The Legend Interantional Water Homes which is currently under construction.

Tuanku Ja'afar also signed a plaque to officially launch the chalets.

Launched: Tuanku Ja'afar looking at a model of The Legend International Water Homes. Looking on are (from left) Datuk Yap Chuan Thai, Datuk Low Tak Fatt and Mat Hassan Esa.
The Legend Water Chalets was completed five months ahead of schedule and it has been opened to the public since October 2006.

Seventy per cent of the water homes, each with its own private swimming pool, have been sold so far.

The Legend Water Chalets, Port Dickson with its Balinese concept has the highest number of water chalets in Malaysia, that is a total of 641 units which include 392 units for the first phase and 249 units for the second phase.

It is located near the town of Lukut and is about 4.8km from Port Dickson along the coastal area of Negri Sembilan.

The chalets are easily accessible via the North-South Expressway and Port Dickson-Seremban Highway.

The KL International Airport (KLIA) is just an hour's drive away from the chalets and it takes only an hour and a half to the chalets from Kuala Lumpur.

Source : STAR
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