Best Western International has signed its first
eco-residences in Malaysia - in one of Malaysia’s key cities,
Ipoh, which is best known for local gastronomic experience.
around a pristine lake on the fringe of a virgin forest, The Haven
Lakeside Residences consists of three blocks of condominium units.
The project will be completed in
2013 with wooded jogging tracks, tree-lined paths, a club house
equipped with gymnasium, sauna, all dining restaurant, roof top
lounge / open bar, a 60-metre designer pool, children’s playground
and ample car parking facilities.
International is excited to welcome the first eco-friendly Best
Western Premier property in this captivating city of Ipoh. This
new addition will boost Best Western’s profile in Malaysia, a
destination we view as holding great tourism potential,” said Best
Western International’s Vice President of International Operations
for Asia and the Middle East, Glenn de Souza.
Peter Chan, CEO of the property developer, Superboom Projects Sdn Bhd,
added, “For an international hospitality giant with a history of
excellence and success to have such confidence in The Haven only
underscores what we have known all along – that there is a growing
attraction for luxury apartment living in Ipoh, and an emerging
trend for a resort lifestyle that provides the highest levels of
security and privacy for residents and medium stay visitors.”
Situated within the state of Perak, which is in the
northern part of Peninsular Malaysia. The city is located in the
Kinta Valley and surrounded by limestone hills, featuring a
tropical rainforest climate.
Ipoh is served by direct flights from
Singapore and tourists can also reach Ipoh overland from Kuala
Lumpur, Singapore and Penang.
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