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E&O’s Latest Offering Is Set To Make Life Easier For Aspiring Homebuyers

Malaysia’s premier property developers provides the perfect solution for discerning property buyers.

Always dreamed of being a homeowner of premier properties in Malaysia? With Eastern & Oriental Berhad’s (E&O) latest campaign, that dream is now possible. E&O has launched its Luxury Living campaign, much to the delight of homebuyers everywhere. E&O will be offering homebuyers exclusive packages for selected landmark properties in prime locations such as Penang, Iskandar Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur city centre.

Kickstarted on 16 July 2018 and running all the way to 31 December 2018, purchases completed during the campaign period enable buyers to enjoy a host of incentives, with exclusive discounts also applicable for participating properties, one of them being the premium 18 East, Andaman at Quayside. “The Gold Winner of EdgeProp’s Best Managed Property Award 2018, 18 East, Andaman at Quayside is the only resort residence in the region with a 4.5-acre private waterpark and over 5 acres of recreational space,” Wayne Wong, senior general manager of group marketing and sales of E&O, elaborates.

Wong also explains that the Luxury Living campaign is in line with the company’s aim of offering a wider choice of quality homes in key locations to homebuyers, with 18 East being the perfect example. “Located at the award-winning development of Seri Tanjung Pinang, 18 East is sited on the most coveted seafront address in Penang Island. Its strategic location is highly accessible to international schools such as Dalat International School and Tenby School Penang, medical facilities such as Penang Adventist Hospital and other shopping malls like Gurney Plaza Mall and Gurney Paragon Mall.”

For those unfamiliar with E&O’s developments, they only need to look at 18 East to understand why E&O is known as one of the most premier lifestyle property developers around. “18 East is a truly unique development that will be hard to replicate, merely from the standpoint of its immense luxury of space – set upon 21 expansive acres at the north-eastern cape of Seri Tanjung Pinang, clearly visible from the luxury heritage E&O Hotel from which the company proudly takes its name.” Conceptualised to offer residents a holistic lifestyle by the sea, Wong compares living at 18 East to a luxurious seaside holiday, with the only exception being how residents get to enjoy this lifestyle all year long, with the magnificent view of the Andaman sea bound astound.

“At 18 East, over 4.5 acres are devoted to an extraordinary residents’ private waterpark with pools, waterfalls, slides, cascades, fountains, sandy beach lagoons and spa pavilions conceptualised by award-winning American landscape designer, Geyer Coburn Hutchins of Seattle, who was also responsible for the landscaping at Westin Maui, Hawaii and Bora-Bora Lagoon Resort in French Polynesia.” Additionally, Wong also adds that residents get to enjoy over 5 acres of recreational lush space and facilities, which include 1.4km of jogging and cycling tracks, outdoor dining terrace, tennis courts, children’s playground, and an exclusive resort-style clubhouse spanning 14,000 sq ft with all-round full-length windows that holds a residents’ lounge, a café, theatres, and even a fully furnished living room with a functional kitchen to host parties for guests.

Other applicable locations for the Luxury Living campaign include properties such as Andorra Skyloft Terraces and Amaris Terrace By-The-Sea in Penang, The Mews in Kuala Lumpur city centre, and Avira Garden Terraces in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor. In conjunction with the campaign, two lucky draws will also be held, with an entry being entitled with each property unit purchase. The grand prize for the two draws will be a Mercedes Benz C-Class C200 AMG each.

For full details and terms and conditions on E&O’s Luxury Living campaign, please log on to www.eoluxuryliving.com or check out E&O’s official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/easternandorientalberhad

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