Bedong’s first township looks to elevate the local community

Bedong's first township
PPB Properties recently launched Phase 1 at Bedong's first township

PPB Properties unveiled Lumina Bedong with a clear vision in mind. The property division of PPB Group Berhad wanted to elevate the local community and build the area north of Bandar Sungai Petani. This is Bedong’s first-ever township and will contain an expansive residential zone, a commercial hub and robust green spaces.

“With the development of Lumina Bedong, we are set to reinvigorate and transform the landscape of Bedong. We hope to drive the area and socio-economic landscape through our residential, commercial and recreational components,” Low Eng Hooi, CEO of PPB Properties, stated. “We are confident that Lumina Bedong will develop into a vibrant township in the coming future, making it a key locality in Kedah.”

That plan starts with the creation of people-centric spaces, new living experiences and thriving commercial pockets to create a lifestyle not available in Bedong. The township covers 228 acres of freehold land and will boast approximately 1,500 affordable landed homes once fully complete.

As part of Phase 1, PPB Properties announced it has launched 221 terrace houses with the centerpiece of this being a thematic park with a wide range of facilities, including a futsal court, jogging trail, outdoor gym and children’s play land.

According to the developer, Lumina Bedong appeals to newlyweds or young families searching for their first home. Additionally, the township can be an attractive destination for families in the surrounding area looking to upgrade to newer, more spacious homes within a lively community.

Plans also call for the creation of a vast central park equipped with community-building amenities along with diverse retail experiences suitable for working adults, families and children. Lumina Bedong is scheduled to be completed in its entirety by 2035.

For PPB Properties, launching Bedong’s first township is further proof of its commitment to elevating local communities in Malaysia.

“Our mission as a seasoned, community-centric developer has always been about ensuring that we add value and improve the landscape of the local community. We hope to continue delivering well-crafted, quality developments,” Low concluded.