The Unveiling of Gamuda Luge Gardens Activates Tourism in Northern Klang Valley

SUNGAI BULOH NORTH, Selangor – Y.A.B Dato’ Seri Amirudin Bin Shari, Menteri Besar of Selangor officiates Gamuda Luge Gardens today in a grand opening ceremony that marks another significant milestone for Gamuda Land. Gamuda Luge Gardens is a new tourism attraction located in the popular Gamuda Gardens township featuring a variety of attractions designed for family fun, including the renowned Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur and the family friendly FunPark and waterplay attraction, Big Bucket Splash.

Speaking  at  the  event, Y.A.B  Dato’  Seri  Amirudin  Bin  Shari, Menteri  Besar  of  Selangor, emphasised the strategic significance of Gamuda Luge Gardens for Selangor’s tourism sector, “The addition of Gamuda Luge Gardens, featuring the first-ever Skyline Luge in Malaysia and a vibrant entertainment hub in the northern Klang Valley corridor, reinforces Selangor’s position as a premier tourist destination. Last year, Selangor welcomed 6.54 million tourists. With these new attractions, it supports the state to achieving our target of 7 million tourist arrivals for Visit Selangor Year 2025. This development not only enhances the state’s unique tourism offerings but also aligns with our broader strategy to attract leading international brands and elevate the overall visitor experience in Selangor.”

“Since its soft launch in December 2023, Gamuda Luge Gardens has quickly become a landmark destination in the northern Klang Valley corridor, attracting over 420,000 visitors including overseas visitors. This underscores our dedication to good placemaking for our community by creating places where they can be out in nature, get to know one another and ultimately to form close-knitted communities that support one another,” said YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Setia Haji Ambrin Bin Buang, Chairman of Gamuda Berhad.

He continued by saying, “As Gamuda Gardens continues to mature, with a current population of over 8,000 residents, we look forward to welcoming new additions and strategic partnerships like Skyline Luge to add value to our residents. Besides leisure and entertainment, we also look forward to having more F&B operators for our commercial developments, clinics and pharmacies, schools and lifestyle amenities that will help enrich the life of our community.”

Gamuda Luge Gardens: Leisure and Entertainment Hub

The official launch of Gamuda Luge Gardens signifies a new era of excitement at the township, with the unveiling of two new attractions, signifying the full operations of FunPark. These include the Ferris wheel, Eye of Gardens, officially recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records as the tallest and largest Ferris wheel in a theme park, and the thrilling Vroomerang ride. With these additions, FunPark now offers a complete experience, complementing its existing attractions: Jellycup Twist, Fruity Frenzy, Jumpshot, Carousel, and the 10,000-square-foot Big Bucket Splash waterplay area.

Eye of Gardens stands as an iconic landmark, soaring to a height of 50 metres. Offering panoramic views of the township’s lush surroundings, visitors can ascent aboard the tallest Ferris wheel in a theme park, capturing breathtaking views of Gamuda Gardens. Adjacent to the Eye of Gardens, Vroomerang awaits thrill-seekers, promising an adrenaline-fuelled experience. This turntable coaster ride whirls and twists along a 10-metre-high track, ensuring unforgettable moments of excitement and exhilaration for all.

Adding to the excitement, Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur, celebrated for its gravity-fuelled luge rides, announces the upcoming launch of its Hyfly, the first-in-Malaysia dualling zipline, set to debut by the end of 2024, further enhancing the array of attractions at Gamuda Luge Gardens. With this addition, Gamuda Luge Gardens remained poised to meet its annual visitorship of 720,000.

“At Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur, we take great pride in being part of the ongoing development of Gamuda Luge Gardens’ ecosystem. Our commitment together with Gamuda extends beyond merely providing entertainment; we aim to contribute to the enrichment of the region by offering unique recreational options suitable for families and adults alike. We are so excited to be bringing an innovation that will elevate the standard of entertainment even further with our upcoming zipline project, HyFly, with the aim to enhance the overall experience and ensuring that every visit to our adventure park is truly unforgettable!” says Gavin Barnes, General Manager, Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur.

With the opening of Gamuda Luge Gardens, GL Play is reintroducing beloved characters as the all-new GL Play Squad. Formerly known as SplashMania Waterpark’s Splash Squad, Zoomi the Orangutan, Omba’ King the Dugong, Swaggy B the Sun Bear, and Max the Otter will now serve as mascots for GL Play’s various locations and offerings. In this new role, they embody the spirit of fun and adventure, embarking on exciting escapades across Gamuda Land townships.

Introducing The Atrium: Elevating the Vibrancy of Gamuda Luge Gardens

As FunPark and Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur ignite the excitement within Gamuda Luge Gardens, the next chapter unfolds with The Atrium. This mixed-use development plot located adjacent to Skyline Luge and FunPark will be unveiled in phases, boasting a diverse tenant mix comprising F&B, retail, entertainment, and more, to cater to the thriving community at Gamuda Gardens and its surrounding vicinity.

Envisioned as a fully pedestrianised space, The Atrium harmonises with the bustling foot traffic from FunPark and Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur, featuring an open-space layout conducive to relaxation and exploration. Adding to the appeal, The Atrium will house an extension of the fun components, including an indoor theme park and a variety of F&B outlets.

YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Setia Haji Ambrin elaborated, “Gamuda Luge Gardens demonstrates a broader paradigm shift in urban planning that includes thoughtful and effective placemaking for quality public spaces. These initiatives seamlessly complement the township’s residential and lifestyle components. The development has not only revitalised the immediate area but have also spurred prosperity in the surrounding regions. Local businesses are experiencing increased economic activity, fostering a vibrant commercial ecosystem and unlocking new avenues for growth and investment in the northern corridor, as evidenced by the fully occupied and tenanted commercial components within the Gamuda Gardens township alone.”

In commending Gamuda Land’s latest achievement, Mr. Sikh Shamsul Ibrahim Sikh Abdul Majid, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), remarked, “Gamuda Land’s decision to launch the Gamuda Luge Gardens project reflects the positive business sentiment among investors in Selangor and Malaysia’s tourism industry as a whole. The opening of Gamuda Luge Gardens not only stimulates the economy and generates national revenue, but also aligns with the National Tourism Policy 2020 – 2030. It attracts high-value, innovative investments, empowers local communities, promotes inclusivity, and supports broader socio-economic development goals.

“Selangor’s leading position in the domestic tourism industry in 2023, with 27.6 million domestic visitors, marks a commendable 25% increase compared to 2022. This project stands as a unique attraction that will intensify local offerings, attract international tourists and create numerous job opportunities for Malaysians.” added Mr. Sikh Shamsul.

In terms of connectivity, a complimentary shuttle bus service is currently operational between the residential enclave at Waterfront Village and Gamuda Luge Gardens, ensuring seamless access for both residents and visitors alike. Additionally, a shuttle bus service operated by Prasarana is also available from the MRT Sungai Buloh station to Gamuda Gardens and Gamuda Luge Gardens.

The expansion of Gamuda Luge Gardens signifies Gamuda Land’s steadfast dedication to pioneering innovative concepts that redefine leisure within its townships, enriching the recreational experiences of the community and beyond.

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