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Casabrina Vacation luxury project in Malaysia

Work on Tasweek's Malaysian hotel project under way

MALAYSIA, September 8, 2015

UAE-based Tasweek Real Estate Development and Marketing has reported that construction on Air villa, the third forming part of the Casabrina Vacation Villas luxury vacation complex in Malaysia, is proceeding as scheduled and is open to investors.

The third villa at Casabrina Vacation Villas, Air, will house a gym, sauna and fish pond pool at the ground level. The first floor will have two Deluxe Suites, two master bedrooms, swimming pools, a dining room, kitchen and a common lounge. The living room, foyer and buggy drop zone will be placed at the lower second floor, while two Superior Deluxe Suites and a lift will be built at the second floor proper. The third floor will include two master Spa Suites.

Masood Al Awar, CEO, Tasweek Real Estate Marketing and Development, said: “This is an ideal time for property investors to do business with Malaysia which has emerged as a hub for luxury living over the past few years. With work on Casabrina Vacation Villas progressing as scheduled and the latest component, Air, now on focus, potential investors and owners can take advantage of the competitive currency rate to be part of one of the country’s premier resort developments. We particularly invite Arab investors to consider the special packages we have prepared for them and benefit from Malaysia’s phenomenal growth as a leisure and lifestyle destination.”

Tasweek will facilitate competitive financing schemes for investors interested in capitalising on favourable market conditions and seeking a slice of its upcoming luxury vacation project.

Casabrina Vacation Villas falls under Tasweek’s $250 million global portfolio of properties. The sprawling leisure and luxury complex is situated at the foothills of Pahang, the largest state in West Malaysia. The scenic hillside development is engulfed by a 130-million-year-old virgin rain forest and is less than an hour away from Kuala Lumpur, the federal capital of Malaysia. It will comprise 11 two- to eight-bedroom villas sitting on between one and three acres of land, all designed by the famous Balinese architect AA Yoka Sara. Two villas – ‘Villas Amertani’ and ‘Villas Aranya’ – have already been completed.

Tasweek has prepared competitive long-term mortgage packages for Middle Eastern buyers who plan to leverage Casabrina Vacation Villas as a tourism link between the region’s travellers and Malaysia. – TradeArabia News Service

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