Country Garden @ Danga Bay On Track

Mangalesri Chandrasekaran26 Aug 2016


Country Garden @ Danga Bay’s development is on track, with a shopping plaza and 9,000 condo units set to be completed and ready for handover by 2017.

According to Country Garden Malaysia regional director Jason Fu, the multi-billion ringgit project has achieved several notable achievements. Notably, it was among the first turnkey projects to incorporate high-quality facilities including a theme mall, infinity pool, a 70,000 sq ft Phoenix club and a marina.

“With such facilities, owners can enjoy the experience of a five-star quality home,” said Fu during the third-anniversary celebration of the Country Garden @ Danga Bay launch.

He noted that over 20 famous businesses can be found at Country Garden @ Danga Bay’s commercial section, including popular international chain stores like Starbucks.

Country Garden @ Danga Bay Project Department deputy general manager Michael Lu revealed that the firm is looking forward to delivering high-quality homes and providing excellent services to its customers across the globe.

To-date, the Country Garden Group in Malaysia has developed three major projects – the Forest City project which was launched in 2016, Semenyih Diamond City project launched in 2014 and the Danga Bay project launched in 2013.

Country Garden Danga Bay celebrated its third anniversary with a thanksgiving promotion sale from 12 August to 14 August, giving out gifts comprising household appliances which attracted numerous participants.

Hundreds of owners and their guests attended the event, winning lucky draw prizes and enjoying several dance performances.

Launched and commenced in 2013, the RM18 billion project is nestled on a 23.06ha sea-fronting site and is part of the ambitious Iskandar Malaysia project targeted at transforming South Johor into an international metropolis by 2025.


Mangalesri Chandrasekaran, Editor at PropertyGuru, edited this story. To contact her about this or other stories email


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