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Golden Palm Tree
Sepang - Malaysia

Yours to own and to enjoy - An opportunity to 'own' a part of an international class resort hotel in this fast growing development corridor. Key features include:-

  • Guaranteed 7% returns for 7 years
  • A choice of four types of Villa all Fully furnished
  • Free stay for 14 days per year during leaseback period
  • Full access to membership of the beach club
  • No maintenance fee during the period of rental guarantee
  • Free legal fees for Sales & Purchase Agreement & Loan Agreement
  • Managed by International Hotel Management

The Golden Palm Tree stretches out from the Sepang coastline, almost a kilometre into the sheltered waters of the Straits of Malacca with 392 luxuriously appointed sea villas that shape a palm tree. With minimum impact to the environment and said to be the first eco-friendly sea-hotel in the world, Golden Palm Tree is a 5 star haven of peace, perfect for eco adventure, non-motorized water sports, family-friendly fun or to just relax and unwind. Not compromising on quality, the award winning sea villas offer luxurious, spacious accommodation that feature a fusion of tradition and modernity in its interior designs. Within easy proximity of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Golden Palm Tree reveals the soul of its destination with the warmth of Malaysian welcome and the sophistication of service showcasing culinary arts in authentic local delicacies.

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  • Meeting Rooms
  • Shops
  • Lobby
  • Business Centre
  • Bar Lounge
  • Reception
  • Health Care Centre (Spa, Gym)
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Swimming Pool
  • Library
  • Recreation Centre
  • Multipurpose Hall

+44 (0)1373 888 112

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Malaysia is separated into two regions by the South China Sea, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. It has land borders with Thailand, Indonesia, and Brunei.

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