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    January, 2024

    SkySanctuary Park Wins Coveted MLAA Award

    SkyWorld triumphed at the prestigious Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards (MLAA13), held recently at The Westin Desaru Coast Resort, Johor with SkySanctuary Park located in Setapak, KL being honoured in the Landscape Development Awards under developer category. The recognition showcases the extraordinary contribution of SkySanctuary Park in redefining urban landscapes and providing an enchanting retreat amidst the bustling city.

    SkySanctuary Park is an urban park designed exclusively for residents of SkySanctuary development that blends nature and modern design seamlessly, offering the community a unique urban oasis and lakeside living experience. Spanning across 2.92-acre, this captivating park harmoniously integrate of lush green spaces, artistic installations and recreational amenities where people can reconnect with nature, rejuvenate their senses and provides a rich tapestry of experiences for individuals and families alike.

    CEO of SkyWorld Development Berhad, Lee Chee Seng says, “We believe that our role as a responsible city developer goes beyond just building homes and commercial spaces. We are committed to creating sustainable communities that prioritise wellness and quality of life, and that includes creating substantial green spaces that promote a connection to nature.”

    “In line with our efforts in promoting sustainable, community-focused developments in Malaysia, we have taken significant efforts to design SkySanctuary as a nature-focused green township where residents are able to live in a city with its own private park. It is no surprise that the park’s design incorporates several elements of biophilic design, which is an approach to architecture and urban planning that seeks to connect people with nature,” reveals Lee.

    Designed with a vision to preserve land integrity and safeguard biodiversity, SkySanctuary Park has 72 species and 100,523 botanical plants including trees, grass areas, shrubs, indigenous wetland and aquatic plants. This help to increased habitat, offers a vibrant ecosystem that promotes a healthier lifestyle and fosters a profound connection with the natural world. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the park’s lake serves a vital purpose as a retention pond, effectively mitigating flood concerns in the neighboring housing area. We strongly advocate for the value-added function of stormwater retention ponds, which not only benefit human recreation but also contribute to the conservation of indigenous flora and fauna.

    “SkySanctuary Park stands as a testament to our dedication to preserving biodiversity, fostering sustainability, and creating a space that truly benefits the community. SkyWorld is resolute to create environments that not only inspire and delight but also contribute to the well-being of the community. With unwavering passion, we will persist in our efforts to build a brighter, greener future to make living better.” said Lee.

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