Buyers treated to reunion dinner
IT WAS a night of entertaining performances and dazzling fireworks at Eco Sky Development Sdn Bhd’s inaugural Chinese New Year reunion dinner for buyers of EcoSky @ EcoWorld Gallery.
An energetic 24-season drum performance kick-started the show for the evening, followed by a stunning lion dance performance by the Kun Seng Keng troupe.
Emcees Jeff Chin and Wan Wai Fun interacted with guests in English and Cantonese.
As guests enjoyed their meals, they were entertained by local singer Nicole Lai and a Jacky Cheung impersonator.
The evening ended with a spectacular fireworks display.
EcoWorld chief executive officer Datuk Chang Khim Wah said, “This is the first reunion dinner for Ecosky’s new owners. This is a great idea to bring all would-be neighbours together and break the ice for this wonderful festive occasion. I’m looking forward to more great moments with our purchasers in the future.”
Guests were also able to register for the project’s latest and final addition — Clarita Tower.
It features premium units (Loft, Dual Key and Duplex) and bigger facilities (The Pavilion and The Peak) with a view of the KL cityscape.
Since the launch of EcoSky@EcoWorld Gallery, both its Aurora and Basalta Towers have received around 95% take-up rate.
EcoSky is a 4ha green integrated mixed-use development by EcoWorld, located along the bustling Jalan Ipoh in the suburb of Taman Wahyu that comprises of high-rise residences, more than 100 retail outlets and offices.
The development also boasts almost 0.8ha of beautifully landscaped parks and gardens with sparkling water features and reflective pools.
Ecosky’s Chinese New Year theme “Floating Lanterns in the Sky” featured colourful lanterns hung so high that they appeared to float overhead.
Visitor’s can try their luck and join a contest at the gallery. Just count the number of lanterns in the EcoSky @ EcoWorld Gallery and eight entries with the nearest answers will win either a cash prize of RM888 or a RM28,888 rebate off the purchase of an EcoSky property.
The contest is open to the public and will end tomorrow.
For more information, visit www.ecoworld.my or call 03-6251 2255.
By OH ING YEEN Source: www.thestar.com.my