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Making a splashing statement of style

StarProperty - Friday, 12 June 2015

Capturing the essence of a neo-metropolitan lifestyle, Trinity Group Sdn Bhd’s latest development, Trinity Aquata KL South, represents an aquatic celebration of water as its overall theme.

AVANT-GARDE, aesthetic and alluring, Trinity Aquata KL South, as its name suggests, is poised to make a splashing statement of style in the suburban enclave of Sungai Besi with its one-of-a-kind, water-inspired development.

Representing the latest project by boutique developer Trinity Group Sdn Bhd known for its high value innovative range of offerings, the promise of affordable luxury in line with the company’s vision will be reflected in the workings of this freehold development spread across 3.58 acres of land.

“Trinity Aquata was designed to encapsulate the neo-metropolitan lifestyle where residents are able to luxuriate within a wholesome, private environment surrounded by nature’s most versatile and precious resource – water. In comparison to other condominiums that come with just a facility podium, our development will have three common areas with facilities on the ground level, swimming pool area as well as the sky deck on level 12,” shares Trinity Group general manager Gary Lum.

Counted among the key highlights of the development are 16 unique water-based facilities that include the workings of a raised infinity pool, water lounge, aqua reflexology area, bubbling trail, hammock lounge, pool deck, sky bath, riverbank seating space and a rain pavilion.

Water will flow freely throughout the seven water-effect zones to create an atmosphere of peaceful serenity.

An artist’s impression of the Vivarium, which can be likened to a giant aquarium where instead of fishes, people can be seen making a splash in the swimming pool.

Residents will be able to soak in the tranquil atmosphere from the comfort zone of hanging rounded hammocks overlooking the sunken pool and floating lounge areas.

The facilities podium on level seven will also showcase a sheet of water streaming downwards acting like a transparent wall or screen to exude a cooling effect especially on hot days. One can relax and watch the world go by on a private deck in a resort ambience. In short, the element of water will be infused into each and every part of the development’s design and architecture via aquatic features unique to this property.

“The project will have an architectural edge over its surroundings with its artistic, modern architecture. The unique selling proposition of the facilities deck where residents can hang out would be what we would call the Vivarium – the glass-cladded swimming pool area akin to a giant transparent aquarium where residents can enjoy a dip in the pool.”

According to Lum, the sky terrace will be designed with large glass panels to offer an incandescent flow of natural light by reflecting the surrounding skies.

“Besides a well-planned infrastructure coupled with good amenities, we understand today’s sophisticated and discerning buyers’ lifestyle and have integrated both artistic appeal with practical functionality,” he says.

A resort-like feel envelopes this idyllic setting with lush comfort overlooking the surrounding water features as seen in this artist’s impression of the plan.

He adds that renowned map maker Ho Chin Soon pointed out that the KL South/Sungai Besi township is ripe for redevelopment and hence, it will be a key growth area moving forward.

Predicting an available market for Trinity Aquata KL South based on the company’s strong track record coupled with its strategic location, he points out that its competitive pricing as compared to other surrounding developments in the vicinity are plus points working in its favour even as he describes its unique selling proposition as offering “luxury facilities at affordable prices”.

Trinity Aquata’s active water zone will add a fun element to the development with an interactive water play nook as well as a serene trail and rain pavilion that will enhance the overall ambience.

Complementing the water features to a tee will be the one-acre Seasons Garden framing the lush landscape details and  abundant green foliage to create a healthy and wholesome environment located on the ground level.

Boasting a magnificent view that will overlook the panoramic vista of the KL city skyline and that of the Mines Resort City, all of its 492 units ranging in built-ups of between 1,151 sq ft and 1,420 sq ft will be housed in two 26-storey condominium blocks. These units will each feature an extended balcony, which will enable residents to take in the sights of the city once day is done and the city lights come on.

All of the units will come with three bedrooms and two bathrooms in a contemporary design layout with fully customisable interiors that exude charm combined with practicality.


(From left) Trinity Group senior general manager (property) Chung and general manager Lum say that Trinity Aquata KL South was designed to encapsulate the neo metropolitan lifestyle following an overall aquatic theme.

“We constantly push ourselves to provide only the best for our buyers, with each property highlighting unique and innovative features that set us apart from other developments. At Trinity Aquata KL South, we are offering more than just the standard facilities as we will ensure that the development is enveloped with a sense of peace and tranquillity that makes a property a home,” adds Lum.

The project that has a gross development value (GDV) of approximately RM300mil was launched nationwide in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching last Friday.

Trinity Group senior general manager (property) Chung Oon Sien agrees, adding that the company believes in staying ahead by employing the latest technology for their developments in order to benefit the purchasers.

“Recently, we sourced for new construction form work from Shanghai which will be used in this development, resulting in substantial savings. The translated savings will be passed back to our customers via competitive pricing of the units,” he says.

“Furthermore, all our units will be fitted with downlights. This is a new system which we are currently working on. These downlights will not require any plaster ceilings to be added on, hence all our purchasers will have peace of mind that the height of the ceiling will not be compromised compared to using conventional plaster ceiling. It is also hassle-free.”

The units are priced at approximately RM600 per sq ft. Expected to be completed in 2018, the development with a large catchment area is anticipated to be able to record capital appreciation and draw in investors due to its strategic location.

Safety and security

Aquata’s three-tier security system will include a smart card access to the guard house, lobby and other facilities, a call-to-floor system and a panic button that will be installed in each master bedroom to alert the guard house in case of an emergency besides the added security provided by 24-hour patrol guards and perimeter closed-circuit television monitoring that will take place around-the-clock.

Connectivity, accessibility and amenities

Apart from its unique features, the issue of connectivity also holds the development in good stead as there is great accessibility to other parts of the city from its Sungai Besi location via major highways such as the Besraya Highway (Besraya), KL-Seremban Highway, Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) and KL-Putrajaya Highway – Maju Expressway (MEX).

Trinity Aquata KL South is also situated in close proximity to the Salak Integrated Terminal and proposed upcoming MRT (mass rapid transit) Line 2 that will pass through Chan Sow Lin to Bandar Malaysia. The development will be adjacent to Bandar Malaysia in Sungai Besi via the much anticipated Malaysia-Singapore HSR (high speed rail) project that will be located a mere 7km away that will be connecting KL to Singapore by the year 2022 or 2023.

The development will also be located adjacent to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), the Bandar Tasik Selatan LRT (light rapid transit) station, KTM (Keretapi Tanah Melayu) Komuter and the KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) Transit Station.


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