December 18, 2011
The project comprising shopping mall, water theme park, studio apartments and hotel would attract tourists, particularly from the Peninsula, Abdul Karim said at the soft launch of the project here on Friday night.
Abdul Karim, who is also Asajaya assemblyman and Assistant Minister for Youth Development, was representing Housing Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg.
He said the project was timely given the growing population in Samarahan.
“Many Kuchingites have negative perception of Samarahan and don’t bother to come here. The Summer Mixed Development Project could become a signature landmark to attract many Kuchingites to Samarahan instead of beaches,” he said.
He lauded Tetap Majumas Sdn Bhd for deciding to develop the project.
“This is definitely a bold move. Only those who are daring enough could see the potential of Samarahan and early birds get the best.”