The Malaysian town of Port Dickson is set for increased future prosperity after November 2014 was revealed as the date set for completion of The Hibiscus – the largest water homes resort in the entire Asian nation.
When complete, the accommodation complex will cover 17.40 hectares and is currently 60 per cent complete with every expectation that the facility will be open for business next winter.
Remarkably design by Broadway Malyan, The Hibiscus spreads out to sea in a blossoming shape in commemoration of Malaysia’s national flower.
Constructed via the installation of a mighty 642 compartments or rooms – affectionately regarded as water homes, these dwellings that reside on stilts yield a truly unique traveller experience on great value holidays in Malaysia.
Development of The Hibiscus resort has taken place as a result of a partnership forged between Kuala Lumpur Metro Group and Menteri Besar Negeri Sembilan – an investment arm of the Negeri Sembilan state government and the design has really tried to make use of the sea and its outstanding aesthetics.
Floor to ceiling glass windows adorn the walls of each compartment’s bedrooms and bathrooms yielding an air of exclusivity and an exceptional view out to the waters of the Malacca Strait.
Managing Director of Kula Lumpur Metro, Datuk Low Tak Fatt said “The theme of The Hibiscus is based on a modern concept.
“Each unit has spacious and stylish design that exudes quiet elegant charm. Each unit comes with its own private pool, sauna room and every unit has a panoramic sea view over the Straits of Malacca.”
The resort will be a five-star facility and the water homes also embrace themes of sustainability.