SkyWorld Gives Sky Living a New Meaning

On 13 February 2020, SkyWorld is proud to host a tour at its newly completed residence ‘SkyLuxe On The Park’ at Bukit Jalil. More than 120 media friends and consultants were invited to experience the prestigious sky living at SkyLuxe On The Park, which will be handed over to its purchasers this month. SkyLuxe On The Park is completed ahead of schedule and will be certified with QLASSIC. This thoughtful designed residence with impressive landscape concept has won numerous awards such as Asia Pacific International Property Awards, iProperty People’s Choice Award and StarProperty Award.  

Its nature-inspired ‘habitat’ concept takes inspiration from the ant colonies, spider webs, chrysalises, bird nests and bee hives—which are reflected in the designs and layouts within the property, such as the kid’s play web, sky garden, sky terrace and etc. 


Mr Lee Chee Seng, Chief Operating Officer of SkyWorld shared, “Finally, our first home on the park is completed and we are very proud to showcase it to our business partners tonight! It requires a lot of attention to detailing especially on the façade as the balconies are of different sizes to create two dancing towers from afar. This final product is definitely a great result of strong dedication and teamwork from our staffs and consultants, and I am truly happy and proud. Kudos to the team! I can’t wait to show off this magnificent residence to our valued purchasers”.  

SkyLuxe On The Park is one of the most luxurious upmarket development in Bukit Jalil. As its name suggested, SkyLuxe On The Park sits next to an 80-acre Bukit Jalil Recreational Park, opposite the 165-acre 18-hole Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Resort. To blend into the 80-acre park, SkyWorld even took the initiative to beautify the perimeter boundary with lush landscape. “We have invested RM6.5 million in the landscaping of SkyLuxe On The Park to ensure there are enough green spaces, not only within the development but also on the outside. SkyLuxe residents can have a stroll towards the park in a green setting and I believe this extra intitiave will also benefit the community” added Lee.

To ensure everyone is able to enjoy the evening without worries, all staffs, crews and guests were required to have their temperatures scanned upon arrival and hand sanitisers were also prepared and placed at a few checkpoints. Many guests gave the thumbs up to SkyWorld for such thoughtful initiative.