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LANGKAWI - BDB Land Sdn. Bhd. (BDB Land), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bina Darulaman Berhad (BDB), has unveiled an exciting collaboration with Enfiniti Escapes (M) Sdn. Bhd. through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at advancing developments in the eco-tourism sector.
Expressing enthusiasm about the partnership, Raja Shahreen Raja Othman, BDB’s Executive Director, revealed that both entities are currently in the planning phase, envisioning the creation of forest chalets and other eco-tourism-centric projects within Darulaman Sanctuary, Lubuk Semilang, Langkawi, Kedah.
He emphasised that the collaborative effort will unfold on a sprawling 10-acre section within Darulaman Sanctuary, with BDB Land undertaking comprehensive land surveys to identify optimal development zones. Additionally, environmental sustainability will be a key focus, with BDB Land partnering with FRIM Incorporated Sdn. Bhd. to align the project with conservation goals.
The MoU signing ceremony took place at Darulaman Sanctuary, Lubuk Semilang, Langkawi, Kedah.
Key figures present at the event included Tan Sri Mohd Effendi Norwawi, Chairman of Enspire Ventures; Puan Sri Tiara Jacquelina, President, Enfiniti Group of Companies; Mohamad Subhi Abdullah, Langkawi District Officer; and Dato’ Wira Isahak Murat, Chief Executive Officer of Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Kedah.
Raja Shahreen emphasised that this collaboration aligns with BDB's ongoing efforts to introduce new attractions in Langkawi, contributing to the growth of the island resort's tourism industry. He recalled last year's announcement by BDB Land regarding Affordable Housing at Aman Nusa in Bandar Kuah, coupled with BDB Infra Sdn. Bhd.'s strategic acquisition made the BDB Group the primary owner of a substantial 60-acre granite quarry in Langkawi.
Anticipating a positive impact on Darulaman Sanctuary and Langkawi's overall appeal, especially in eco-tourism, Raja Shahreen expressed hope for continued collaboration with local authorities, agencies, and government departments to foster the island's comprehensive development.