Good fortune abounds in township, says feng shui expert

Current and future buyers of Botanica.CT Garden Township will continue to be surrounded by good fortune for the next 20 to 40 years, according to renowned feng shui consultant Datuk Joey Yap.

He made the remark when he arrived at the launch of Botanica.CT’s Botanica 4 show villas to give a talk on Sunday.

He also claimed that fortune was shifting to the southwest side of Penang island or Balik Pulau where the garden township was located.

MTT & Priority Group of Companies group general manager Jason Tan Khee Kwong said Yap was engaged to give a talk to potential homebuyers, adding that having mountains all around was good feng shui.

Meanwhile, the group’s executive chairman Datuk Dr Kenny Ong said response to the launch had been good with 10 people placing their bookings and many more making enquiries, adding that they hoped to sell at least half of the 29 units by the end of the year.

“Our next phase will be the commercial units.

“We hope to start building the pedestrian mall to be called Botanica Walk as soon as the building plan is approved.”

Botanica 4 will have 29 three-storey villas on a plateau with each having a built-up area of 6,000sq ft onwards and land area of 9,000sq ft to 16,000sq ft.

Each villa, priced from RM5.5mil and with seven exclusive designs to choose from, will have a swimming pool and a home elevator.

Botanica.CT has nine residential phases altogether. A heritage club house is due to open soon followed by the pedestrian mall, a medical centre, a health resort and a retirement resort.

There will be a two-day Botanica.CT roadshow from June 7 at Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore from 10am to 7pm in conjunction with Property Guru’s Malaysia Property Showcase 2014.

The launching ceremony of the Botanica 4 show villas was also witnessed by Botanica.CT’s existing residents and potential buyers who were treated to lunch and a lion dance blessing ceremony. - By The Star

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