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Horizon Hills

Horizon Hills, situated in Nusajaya, Iskandar Malaysia is Gamuda Land’s first township out of the Klang Valley. Jointly developed with UEM Land, the township spans over 1,200 acres.

Located in Nusajaya, Horizon Hills is accessible via the North-South Expressway, Malaysia-Singapore Second Link, Skudai Expressway and the Perling Expressway.

Type of development

Horizon Hills is a gated and guarded development ranging across 1,200 acres of freehold land. There are 13 residential precincts: The precincts are:

  • The Gateway
  • The Golf
  • The Hills
  • The Green and The Woodlands
  • The Peak
  • The Cove and The Island
  • The Waterfall
  • The Valley
  • The Wetlands
  • The Heart
  • Expat Village

Horizon Hills’ homes are built in small clusters to encourage community interaction. Parks, lakes and regional open spaces such as gardens, parks, wetlands and cycling path networks are integrated into the development. Horizon Hills Golf and Country Club has an 18-hole par-72 golf course spreading over 200 acres (0.81 km2) with a 12 km golf front exposure as well as a resort clubhouse.

Properties in Horizon Hills have been rated by The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore or CONQUAS, as it is the national (Singapore) yardstick for measuring the workmanship quality of building projects.

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