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Malaysia - Banyan curve

Malaysia - Banyan curve

Malaysia is a country of many cultures, wonders
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Located in the heart of Asia, Malaysia is a country of fascinating landscapes, boasting some of the best beaches and diving spots in the world. Formerly a British Colony, the island has a familiar feel for UK visitors, with the English language almost universally spoken and understood and the property laws and banking systems, based on the UK model.

Rapid long term economic and tourism growth is forecast for Malaysia, which will be boosted by 2007 being 'visit Malaysia year' to support the island's 50 years of independence. Malaysia's tropical climate, with temperatures averaging 30°C gives tourists the opportunity to experience guaranteed sunshine for most of the year. Property in Malaysia is very affordable with a low cost of living, low inflation and local financing available at attractive rates if required. The costs of property maintenance and management fees are generally low, as labour costs are inexpensive.

Why Malaysia

  • Malaysia is one of the fastest growing economies in the region
  • The Malaysian government is activelyseeking to increase tourism andforeign investment, by making 2007‘visit Malaysia year’
  • Properties are attractive andwell priced
  • Superb golf and sportsfacilities available
  • There are high rental demands
  • There is a low cost of living
  • A wonderful tropical climate
  • There is a strong demand for resale properties
  • Warm friendly people
  • Beautiful white sandy beaches

Banyan Curve

Located in the western region of Negeri Sembilan, a short drive from Kuala Lumpur, lies one of Malaysia's main attractions - Port Dickson.

More popularly known as “PD”, Port Dickson is synonymous with sun and fun on the beach. Situated a mere 32km from Seremban and 90km from Kuala Lumpur, Port Dickson has long been a weekend retreat for many inland dwellers, especially those from the city, seeking temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of a hectic and stressful life. PD's main attraction is its 18km stretch of white sandy beach that extends from Tanjung Gemuk in the north to Tanjung Tuan in the south. These are carefully protected by rows upon rows of casuarina palms, coconut trees, and elegant Bayan trees. Located near Cape Rachado (Tanjung Tuan), Blue Lagoon is the most famous picnic spot and is an excellent spot for the water sport enthusiast.

Getting There

There are regular flights available from many UK international airports. Check out Air Asia X, for low-cost flights from the UK to Kuala Lumpur operating from mid-Summer 2007.

Water Homes

All Water Homes units are elegantly furnished with granite, tumble stone, parlimanan stone, hardwood timbers and teakwood furniture all coupled with Balinese stone carvings & pottery.

Impeccable design, superb finishes and exquisite fittings enchance your life style in a way which has never before been experienced.

The finest details help make The Banyan Curve the ideal water chalets for living exactly as you want to.

Playa Vista

Playa Vista

Stunning 180 views of the Mediterranean sea guaranteed with each luxurious apartment and penthouse.

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Domain del Akhdar

Domain del Akhdar

Luxury boutique design, private riad-style villas by renowned architect Charles Boccara.

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Malaysia

Malaysia

Guaranteed 8% rental yield return on a 13 year period on this unique water chalet development.  

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