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Alila 2

January 16th, 2015 Leave a comment

Alila 2, a luxury condominium development by Hunza Group in Tanjung Bungah. It rest on a hill above the hustle and bustle of Penang Island, yet close enough to Batu Ferringhi, international schools, medical facilities, retail outlets and eateries.

This development featuring two 33/34-storey towers with 270 residential units.

Property Project : Alila 2
Location : Tanjung Bungah, Penang
Property Type : Luxury Condominium
Tenure : Freehold
No. of Blocks : 2
No. of Storey : 33 & 34
Total Units : 270
Indicative Price : (to be confirmed)
Developer : Nilai Arif Sdn. Bhd.
Project Manager: Hunza Group 

Location Map:

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  1. Penang Property Showroom
    January 16th, 2015 at 16:32 | #1

    What’s the news? Is it finally launch?

  2. James
    January 17th, 2015 at 12:37 | #2

    Wow… so expensive….

  3. Buyer
    January 20th, 2015 at 12:18 | #3

    Big size, 1800 sq ft..

    But the price…. too expensive for me..

  4. Chan
    February 2nd, 2015 at 23:30 | #4

    I think still waiting for COW permission due to some issue cause by the neighborhood.

  5. CCC
    February 12th, 2015 at 10:20 | #5

    @Chan
    hi Chan, do you know about the issues caused by the neighbourhood?

  6. jenny
    March 16th, 2015 at 19:07 | #6

    The issues with the neighbourhood are this:- The 2 new blocks are being built on a steep hill slope gradient which has potential to cause sub soil erosion- slides- downwards…and we all know what happened with that scenario in K.L some years ago…dont we???? CALAMITY!! Also when Hunza advertised Alila horizons and Alila Homes (which are the adjacent properties to alila 2) they stated that there would be no new high rise buildings on the hill slope above….liars..they had already,by then, purchased that very hill slope to develop with sky high rises all these years on. The subsequent ban on hill slope development/gradient constraints brought in by the new Penang govt could not be applied to stop Hunza building such high density concrete hill slope monsters now…because any new govt ruling cannot be retrospectively applied…if the land was historically purchased and intent lodged to develop the hill!!!! These are facts my dear readers..know them and accept them as concrete…if you will pardon my pun.

  7. jenny
    April 22nd, 2015 at 04:15 | #7

    Bye the way those of you who have just looked at these pics of the supposed views from the Alila 2 blocks when built..just take note…there will be Miras.. 2 huge high rise blocks and 4 massiive Boon Siew blocks ..one 52 storeys also in the foreground…blocking the views to the hills to the left and some of the sea view…heh heh…

  8. Venessa
    June 23rd, 2015 at 16:07 | #8

    hi can you please Send me more info?
    Thanks!

  9. jenny
    July 22nd, 2015 at 21:16 | #9

    First go and talk to the owners of alila Horizons about all of the problems they have had with floor tiles popping up since a few months after abtaining O.C. Many many untis have had to hack up the whole floor area then pay to have new tilings relaid. This is all beacause the developer…HUNZA..did not lay the intial floor tilings with the correct spacings between tiles. Big Bigmistake causing so much inconvenience to owners. Maybe lila 2 will have learned from this but this doesnt help previous customers who bought from this developer!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Also there were issues with main doors and lobby fountains breaking down form day one and an ensuing continuous fight with the developer..HUNZA to get these things fixed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Pauu
    July 23rd, 2015 at 11:24 | #10

    Yea form the perspective if correct developer should care all these problem before handling to purchaser but contractor also who being fault that provide such low quality of work to it so. I think both parties are fault and in the development is hard to reject their building purpose there is a will there always is a way. No matter how hard we try to delay in few years time, in the end they will still build it. So any better idea ?? complaint to local government or authority

  11. jenny
    July 25th, 2015 at 03:19 | #11

    @Pauu
    No you are wrong. The floor tiles were laid by hunza…the fountains and main doors were fitted by hunza so they are the fault!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. raerae
    December 12th, 2015 at 23:42 | #12

    does anyone know how much the units costs?

  13. joshua
    December 20th, 2015 at 03:54 | #13

    overpriced in my opinion. They do not give kitchens nor floorings as do Miras. Also they have been dynamiting on the hill where they are building even after the foundations a re laid. This can surely not be good for the stability of the foundations of such high rise buildings on any hill slope

  14. Lohashri
    December 20th, 2015 at 12:19 | #14

    How much is the price of a unit..thank u

  15. special
    February 5th, 2016 at 21:32 | #15

    anyone interested kindly email bodyglove1997@hotmail.com for more details and packages thank you

  16. jenny
    March 14th, 2016 at 16:15 | #16

    I went to the show room and wanted to ask about the positions of the air wells as I have lived at Alila Horizons, also built by Hunza. It seems Alila 2 has air wells all way through the building at the back and between front and back aapartments. The problem with this is that the noise levels all way from other apartments travels directly up and thisis very disturbing as apartments open their windows to this air well so can hear others house noises very clearly, I would neber live in any apartment where there are such air wells. I live don the 16th floor and the noise was really bad because of the open air wels.

  17. hafina
    March 14th, 2016 at 16:20 | #17

    Also I see that the view will not be direct to sea at all. There will be 5 new huge blocks of apartments built in vale of temp and between infinity and miras by Boon Siew so view will be massively blocked

  18. ho teik keong
    May 3rd, 2016 at 17:06 | #18

    投资

  19. Candy
    December 14th, 2016 at 15:05 | #19

    This is sweet… very quite vicinity, fresh air and lots of greenery

  20. May
    December 15th, 2016 at 11:54 | #20

    My friend from HK actually bought a unit there. I went to their gallery near alila horizon, the place is very quiet, and I like the green concept.

  21. Interested
    December 16th, 2016 at 09:17 | #21

    @May
    May I know what is the price now?

  22. Jack Daniel
    December 16th, 2016 at 16:24 | #22

    @Interested
    Their sales gallery is before the Alila Horizon. You can visit their gallery to find out more about it…

  23. Janet
    December 18th, 2016 at 10:33 | #23

    Looking forward for the OC.. Bought a unit here as i always love greenery

  24. Robert K
    December 19th, 2016 at 11:40 | #24

    considered between tg bungah and tg tokong for my new family home. Still prefer this area. Tg tokong is getting commercialized, with so many high rise being built, it is not as quite and peaceful as it used to be… too busy for comfort stay despite the convenience of plenty of commercial outlets. To me, tg bungah is still the place for me and my family. A stone throw from tg tokong & gurney, but much peaceful environment. finally bought this because of the environment. i hope my kids could grow up in environment that he could learn to appreciate the beauty of nature rather than facing concrete jungles.

  25. Candy
    December 19th, 2016 at 23:49 | #25

    @Robert K
    I think the north facing units are the best. the one around 2400sf. it gets nice seaview during the day and residential city view to light up the sky at night. tower 1. not sure if t is still available now. sure many people have taken up these units

  26. JC
    December 20th, 2016 at 16:15 | #26

    I have read that they actually allocated half of the compound for landscaping, and another 30% untouched forest reserve…. if this is real, then this is really something special, because so far i have not seen any project in penang use as much as 80% of the land to create environment for the residence.. to me it is luxury..

  27. PK
    December 20th, 2016 at 16:50 | #27

    @JC

    Yes, very luxury indeed, and that’s precisely the thing that attracts break-ins by illegal foreign labours. They normally come from the hills behind, 3 to 4 break-ins in one go, then disappear for a few weeks before striking again. The secluded dead end and hills make it ideal for them to hide and strike. This area is very notorious for that.

  28. PK
    December 20th, 2016 at 16:55 | #28

    @JC

    If ever you get them one day, pls don’t fight. Let them have what they want, they’re only after money and jewelleries. If you agitate them, they will not hesitate to chop up your arms, afterall, they are illegals, no IDs. Even if they get caught, they treat it as a free ticket to go back home to indonesia. Before you know it, they’re on the next boat trip back to Alila-2.

  29. JC
    December 21st, 2016 at 09:35 | #29

    @PK
    Wow, that sounds scary.. so that means all the hillside houses cannot be bought? if condo with security guards and systems can be as bad as you describe, i worry more for the landed houses.. especially all the bungalows datos and dato built by the hills.. should i consider buying seafront developments then? but i am afraid of tsunami… what do you recommend?

  30. PK
    December 21st, 2016 at 11:26 | #30

    @JC

    Well, one dato’s landed house just got broken into last month, 2 weeks after a condo near the hills was broken into also, it was in the news. In M’sia, security guards don’t mean anything. They can easily be bought to be an “insider”, providing details to thieves on who’s in/out at what time to “streamline” their “operations”. The problem with this area is that it is too secluded and too near to the hills.

  31. JC
    December 21st, 2016 at 13:16 | #31

    @PK
    I see. so any recommendation of good project to buy ?

  32. PK
    December 21st, 2016 at 13:27 | #32

    @JC

    “Good” is a very subjective word, it all depends on what you look for. But in terms of security, I’d say you definitely have to think twice for Alila-2. By the way, the macaque monkeys are a nuisance too. They will come from the hills in the morning and around dinner time, some are very aggressive when hungry. Another minus for Alila-2.

  33. PK
    December 21st, 2016 at 13:34 | #33

    @JC

    If you’re looking for luxury, there are many luxury apartments all over penang. If you’re looking for value for money, it’s everywhere in this soft property market. If you’re looking for lots of green and quiet, yes, Alila-2 is one of them, but it comes with life threatening risks. You just weigh your options.

  34. CB
    December 21st, 2016 at 13:34 | #34

    @JC
    Dont buy in Penang. Penang has got alot of hills and surrounded by the sea. you will either die of tsunami or die being killed by illegal foreign labour. perhaps you should consider KL or Johor. KL dont have so many hills, and no sea.

  35. JC
    December 21st, 2016 at 13:42 | #35

    @PK
    Thanks. I’m looking for something with plenty of greenery in quiet location. I am a nature lover. you seems to be quite familiar with property. are you agent?

  36. PK
    December 21st, 2016 at 14:11 | #36

    @JC

    What I said was only common knowledge for anyone who has lived in Penang long enough, especially this lembah permai area. No, I am not an agent.

  37. Seriously
    December 21st, 2016 at 20:17 | #37

    @CB
    you must be kidding right? Penang security is way better than KL. Dont even mention johor. 30 years i stay in penang i have never got snatched, robbed or stolen anything, touch wood. the third time in my life i went to jb my phone already got snatched.

  38. Boon
    December 22nd, 2016 at 08:18 | #38

    Seriously :
    @CB
    you must be kidding right? Penang security is way better than KL. Dont even mention johor. 30 years i stay in penang i have never got snatched, robbed or stolen anything, touch wood. the third time in my life i went to jb my phone already got snatched.

    i think he tried to make himself look funny. just ignore him. seafront houses and hillside property both offers great environment. penang is a good place to stay. small island make people connected, variety of food and lifestyle is within reach. every location you decide to buy into will have its pros and cons. if you like seafront, just go ahead with seafront properties, tsunami is exceptionally rare in penang, consider the frequency vs the chances of having earth quake in lets say indonesia. if one shouldnt buy penang seafront just because it happened once for the last few hundred years, then countries like Indonesia, japan, should be vacate now. talk about security issue, it is human factor. if it’s human factor, solve is with human solution. it depends on how professional your security consultant manage your property.

  39. Boon
    December 22nd, 2016 at 08:26 | #39

    PK :
    @JC
    Well, one dato’s landed house just got broken into last month, 2 weeks after a condo near the hills was broken into also, it was in the news. In M’sia, security guards don’t mean anything. They can easily be bought to be an “insider”, providing details to thieves on who’s in/out at what time to “streamline” their “operations”. The problem with this area is that it is too secluded and too near to the hills.

    could not agree. undeniably there are poor security company who did not manage the property well. not all security guards in malaysia are as bad as you said. i have owned a property with good security. you can really see the security guards are alert and responsive. my friend once came visit me and he didnt get to go in just because the security couldnt reach me to verify.

  40. Boon
    December 22nd, 2016 at 08:32 | #40

    two months ago pass my access card to my brother so that he could bring his children down to play at the pool area. the security guards approached him to verify his identity just because he didnt look familiar to the place. it’s not right to generalize while there could just because certain security did exceptionally bad.

  41. LamKT
    December 22nd, 2016 at 09:36 | #41

    Boon :two months ago pass my access card to my brother so that he could bring his children down to play at the pool area. the security guards approached him to verify his identity just because he didnt look familiar to the place. it’s not right to generalize while there could just because certain security did exceptionally bad.

    Superb security service, what security / management company is that? In which condo ?

  42. Boon
    December 22nd, 2016 at 15:06 | #42

    @LamKT
    Security by GDSS. Using Gurkhas personnel.

  43. GBoy
    December 22nd, 2016 at 15:43 | #43

    @Boon

    The Gurkhas that we get in malaysia today is no longer the same as the gurkhas we get 20 years ago. Pervasiveness of democratic liberties have much diluted the unquestionable loyalty that they once had, made worse by the ever depreciating of MYR, only those who could not make it to HongKong/Spore would end up in malaysia. So what do they do here? Cari lobang lor!!

  44. Boon
    December 22nd, 2016 at 16:02 | #44

    @GBoy
    Real experience speaks itself my friend. I am very satisfied with their performance so far.

  45. MARTHA
    December 22nd, 2016 at 18:11 | #45

    I have stayed in KL for 15 years and Penang for my 9th year. I still prefer Penang. The northern area from gurney to tanjung bunga is generally a more convenient place to stay, especially for retiree like us. used to stay in gurney few years back, but as we grow older, we appreciate the serenity upper side has to offer. traffic noise is especially annoying at busy times around the town. Permai area is quite in my view. should consider alila or the nearby property if you appreciate quiet environment. GBU

  46. Joy
    December 23rd, 2016 at 02:04 | #46

    Considering to invest in malaysia since now the ringgit has weakened against dollar compared to 3 years ago. Looking for low density residential project with good view and good access

  47. Joy
    December 23rd, 2016 at 02:11 | #47

    Latest price please.

  48. LohSK
    December 23rd, 2016 at 13:45 | #48

    Surrounded by hills facing the sea. Looks like good FENG SHUI

  49. kent
    December 24th, 2016 at 23:40 | #49

    Saw them at gurney paragon mall today. the staff told me they would be there until 1st Jan even during on weekdays

  50. Susie
    December 25th, 2016 at 10:33 | #50

    @kent
    Yes saw their model in the mall yesterday. Its built on high ground. They said that this is a good feng shui lang with green dragon and white tiger. it’s quite secluded and therefore can expect it to be peaceful and good privacy..

  51. Teh
    December 27th, 2016 at 22:12 | #51

    Only 270 units? the land so big almost 10 acres

  52. NP
    December 28th, 2016 at 21:14 | #52

    Nice place. I like tg bungah. Hope 1 day I can afford to stay there

  53. Buyer
    December 29th, 2016 at 10:41 | #53

    @Joy

    Hi Joy,

    I have MIRA residence in Tg Bungah and H2O in Jelutong (low density), if you interested,
    please drop me an email at:

    miraproperty@gmail.com

    thanks and looking forward to hear from you soon.

  54. song
    December 29th, 2016 at 12:35 | #54

    @Buyer

    Haha, friend, save your energy lah. “Joy” is just a fictitious person created by Hunza to stir interest in this project. Sales are really bad due to the bad location, with quite a few robbery/break-in incidents happened before.

  55. Rebecca
    December 29th, 2016 at 14:24 | #55

    Joy :
    Considering to invest in malaysia since now the ringgit has weakened against dollar compared to 3 years ago. Looking for low density residential project with good view and good access

    We r selling. Ours in low density 60 units only , Tanjung Bungah, very quiet. Fully renovated modern western styled done by overseas designer. Let me know if interested

  56. Rebecca
    December 29th, 2016 at 14:31 | #56

    Susie :
    @kent
    Yes saw their model in the mall yesterday. Its built on high ground. They said that this is a good feng shui lang with green dragon and white tiger. it’s quite secluded and therefore can expect it to be peaceful and good privacy..

    I think you have got to be careful with this type of secluded projects. Sea view is miles away with potential of view blocked by other new buildings. Hills behinds? Landslides. Not to mention snakes from the forest reserve. If u are an older person would you really want to be secluded in an area with no transportation.

  57. Joy
    December 30th, 2016 at 10:10 | #57

    Rebecca :

    Joy :
    Considering to invest in malaysia since now the ringgit has weakened against dollar compared to 3 years ago. Looking for low density residential project with good view and good access

    We r selling. Ours in low density 60 units only , Tanjung Bungah, very quiet. Fully renovated modern western styled done by overseas designer. Let me know if interested

    May I know where is your property located exactly?

  58. ZKhai
    December 30th, 2016 at 10:29 | #58

    Rebecca :

    Susie :
    @kent
    Yes saw their model in the mall yesterday. Its built on high ground. They said that this is a good feng shui lang with green dragon and white tiger. it’s quite secluded and therefore can expect it to be peaceful and good privacy..

    I think you have got to be careful with this type of secluded projects. Sea view is miles away with potential of view blocked by other new buildings. Hills behinds? Landslides. Not to mention snakes from the forest reserve. If u are an older person would you really want to be secluded in an area with no transportation.

    Agree. Buy seafront better. Get full sea view and good breeze..

  59. Chew
    December 30th, 2016 at 10:47 | #59

    @ZKhai
    Better sea view, better tsunami, better pirates, better underground corrosion. The wind can be so strong during thunderstorm that it gets so scary. Your metal fitting and furniture will corrode very fast. your furniture will not last as long. with high humidityit’s bad for health especially if you are old. not to mention it will be very hot and humid in the afternoon you will feel the stickiness in your skin. I think don’t buy hill side, don’t buy seafront. be safe, buy the in land better.

  60. ZKhai
    December 30th, 2016 at 11:31 | #60

    but there’s nothing special about inland! you don’t have the nice seaview, you don’t have nice breeze. all you get is concrete jungle and heavy traffic. potential development from front back left right. look at kuala lumpur. open window see other people’s wall. How boring is that!

  61. LOL
    December 30th, 2016 at 12:40 | #61

    Funny looking at ur argument. just buy wherever you like whether it’s hillside seaside or inside. if you wait for things to become perfect then you will never able buy any property at all. lol. if u like seaview, then don’t complain about hot humid breeze, if you like green then you must accept seeing bugs. if you want to buy cheap property on flat land, don’t complain about nearby building come up no privacy and sound pollution. you sound like people buying v12 engine Ferrari and complain it waste petrol and noisy. buy Toyota hybrid complain no power.

  62. Chin
    December 30th, 2016 at 14:14 | #62

    LOL :
    Funny looking at ur argument. just buy wherever you like whether it’s hillside seaside or inside. if you wait for things to become perfect then you will never able buy any property at all. lol. if u like seaview, then don’t complain about hot humid breeze, if you like green then you must accept seeing bugs. if you want to buy cheap property on flat land, don’t complain about nearby building come up no privacy and sound pollution. you sound like people buying v12 engine Ferrari and complain it waste petrol and noisy. buy Toyota hybrid complain no power.

    I sell Toyota. I definitely get your joke. Hahahah

  63. Goon
    December 30th, 2016 at 16:21 | #63

    @Chin

    It’s funny, but with good intentions I guess. Anyways, Alila-2 is like Peugeots being sold at Merc price. Avoid it by all means.

  64. Goppal
    December 30th, 2016 at 17:08 | #64

    Location mah, plus there is many greeneries within the development. big land for the buyers to enjoy

  65. Rebecca
    December 30th, 2016 at 17:25 | #65

    Goon :
    @Chin
    It’s funny, but with good intentions I guess. Anyways, Alila-2 is like Peugeots being sold at Merc price. Avoid it by all means.

    Agree. My friend bought 3 storey terrace at Alila 8 yrs ago, made great renovations and now still cannot sell at 1 million. Tells you a lot about Alila. Nothing special

  66. Clark
    January 3rd, 2017 at 17:04 | #66

    Rebecca :

    Goon :
    @Chin
    It’s funny, but with good intentions I guess. Anyways, Alila-2 is like Peugeots being sold at Merc price. Avoid it by all means.

    Agree. My friend bought 3 storey terrace at Alila 8 yrs ago, made great renovations and now still cannot sell at 1 million. Tells you a lot about Alila. Nothing special

    Pity your friend. He must have used a very bad agent. 1 million cannot sell is ridiculous. You should talk to my friend MJ. He will help your friend to sell very easily. email the detail to mjzie@reapfield.com

  67. george
    January 3rd, 2017 at 17:15 | #67

    Personally I wouldn’t pay 1mil for this Alila terrace. Because the total built up is split into 3 storeys, with plenty of space wastage for the staircase, the overall feel is very narrow and congested. Very bad design.

  68. filter
    January 4th, 2017 at 10:09 | #68

    george :
    Personally I wouldn’t pay 1mil for this Alila terrace. Because the total built up is split into 3 storeys, with plenty of space wastage for the staircase, the overall feel is very narrow and congested. Very bad design.

    You are saying you do not like 3 storey terrace, generally. I don’t either. I prefer to stay in a bungalow. Single storey with plenty of space around the house.

  69. george
    January 4th, 2017 at 14:20 | #69

    @filter

    Hahaha…if you can afford a bungalow, of course that’s the best. But it will be a bit unfair to compare 2 things with such huge price difference. A million ringgit condo would have been a much better choice, providing the residence a “single storey layout” without the hassle of going up/down the stairs, as well as a beautiful view if it’s located near seaside.

  70. filter
    January 4th, 2017 at 17:03 | #70

    george :
    @filter
    Hahaha…if you can afford a bungalow, of course that’s the best. But it will be a bit unfair to compare 2 things with such huge price difference. A million ringgit condo would have been a much better choice, providing the residence a “single storey layout” without the hassle of going up/down the stairs, as well as a beautiful view if it’s located near seaside.

    Comparing condo and landed is also unfair.. they enjoy very different lifestyle.. with condo you have better security, facility etc, but landed you have better privacy and you on the land directly. whenever you go home you just park your car and go straight to main door no need to pay as much maintenance fee for common facility etc. yes seafront is nice too if you like seaview. Some people like to have hill view, it’s all down to personal preference.

  71. george
    January 4th, 2017 at 17:33 | #71

    @filter

    Yes, I agree with you, it’s a matter of preference. However, as far as Alila terrace houses are concerned, it seems that the few “perks” you mentioned for landed homes are not valid. Example, (1) privacy – I do not know what your definition of privacy is, but there’s no fence between those Alila units (left & right, front & back all no fence), with your opposite unit only less than 80ft away, how to have privacy?? I think even a condo unit has better privacy (2) Own the land directly – Alila terrace looks like a strata titled project to me (correct me if I am wrong), you can’t knock down your house and rebuild a new one according to your own liking, so own the land for what????

  72. filter
    January 5th, 2017 at 09:35 | #72

    george :
    @filter
    Yes, I agree with you, it’s a matter of preference. However, as far as Alila terrace houses are concerned, it seems that the few “perks” you mentioned for landed homes are not valid. Example, (1) privacy – I do not know what your definition of privacy is, but there’s no fence between those Alila units (left & right, front & back all no fence), with your opposite unit only less than 80ft away, how to have privacy?? I think even a condo unit has better privacy (2) Own the land directly – Alila terrace looks like a strata titled project to me (correct me if I am wrong), you can’t knock down your house and rebuild a new one according to your own liking, so own the land for what????

    you do not need fence to have privacy. No need to knock and rebuild, just buy a land and build a bungalow to your liking, that will be easier.

  73. MJ
    January 5th, 2017 at 09:42 | #73

    Rebecca :

    Goon :
    @Chin
    It’s funny, but with good intentions I guess. Anyways, Alila-2 is like Peugeots being sold at Merc price. Avoid it by all means.

    Agree. My friend bought 3 storey terrace at Alila 8 yrs ago, made great renovations and now still cannot sell at 1 million. Tells you a lot about Alila. Nothing special

    Can you please tell your friend to email the detail to me? I would like to sell for him/her. thank you.

    @clark thank you for letting me know

  74. Rebecca
    January 5th, 2017 at 13:13 | #74

    MJ :

    Rebecca :

    Goon :
    @Chin
    It’s funny, but with good intentions I guess. Anyways, Alila-2 is like Peugeots being sold at Merc price. Avoid it by all means.

    Agree. My friend bought 3 storey terrace at Alila 8 yrs ago, made great renovations and now still cannot sell at 1 million. Tells you a lot about Alila. Nothing special

    Can you please tell your friend to email the detail to me? I would like to sell for him/her. thank you.
    @clark thank you for letting me know

    Have sent u an email
    @MJ

  75. Bell
    January 7th, 2017 at 10:17 | #75

    Exquisite location

  76. patsy
    January 9th, 2017 at 09:41 | #76

    Nice location, beautiful garden they have. i will buy this if i have the money

  77. ruth
    January 9th, 2017 at 13:40 | #77

    Refer to this piece of news on Thestar.com.my regarding burglars in this area

  78. ruth
    January 9th, 2017 at 13:43 | #78

    Hmm..some problem with this blog site

  79. ruth
    January 9th, 2017 at 13:45 | #79

    Refer to this piece of news on “Thestar.com.my/news/community/2013/07/29/no-end-to-breakins/” regarding burglars in this area

  80. ruth
    January 9th, 2017 at 13:56 | #80

    I was going to post a URL link to a piece of news in a local news paper website that highlights how bad burglar problem is in this area. I was one of those foreigners who got conned by a developer into buying a property in this area in which burglary is rampant.

  81. Teh
    January 10th, 2017 at 09:55 | #81

    @ruth
    ruth your news is now so NEW anymore, and this is not a landed project with no single tier security. talking about security, can you find a place in any corner of the earth, and say that there is no crime at all? even though penang is the safest state in whole malaysia, it doesnt mean homeowners can take for granted and being loose in managing home security.

  82. fred
    January 10th, 2017 at 11:27 | #82

    @Teh

    Check this :-

    thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/11/20/couple-robbed-of-rm500000-dutch-pair-asleep-when-masked-thieves-break-into-their-house/

  83. Teh
    January 11th, 2017 at 11:23 | #83

    @fred
    That’s why you should buy condominium. Pity the couple .

    Now read this:
    http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/police-arrest-six-suspected-housebreakers-after-break-ins-in-serangoon-and

    not trying to defend any property, but let’s be fair, the society can’t eliminate crime 100%, even in advanced country like SG. It’s very important to invest in home security, even if your developer has built in common security measures, no matter how advanced is the country or how prestigious is the location.

  84. Teh
    January 11th, 2017 at 11:40 | #84

    Would like to remind all homeowners, invest in home security system, even if your place is claimed to be safe from break-ins. Even michael schumacher’s car also need airbag, understand the concept here?

  85. sky
    January 16th, 2017 at 17:32 | #85

    green view is good, getting rare as a place develop. sea view and city view is getting too mainstream nowadays

  86. sky
    January 16th, 2017 at 17:35 | #86

    anyone know what is the price now?

  87. lss
    January 17th, 2017 at 11:19 | #87

    @sky
    their gallery is near permai food court, you should find all the info you need there

  88. charlie
    January 18th, 2017 at 09:32 | #88

    its chilling staying at high ground, quite and cool. I always like hillside area.

  89. Tom
    January 26th, 2017 at 11:02 | #89

    I saw the banner at paragon mall. Who know what they have for their open house at 30 Jan?

  90. M.Hoy
    February 3rd, 2017 at 09:22 | #90

    I like this place for the fact that it is away from the hustle bustle of the city area. I can have peace here.

  91. Soo
    February 3rd, 2017 at 12:51 | #91

    @M.Hoy

    Pros and cons being away from the “hustle bustle”. Break-in problem in this area by the indos.

  92. M.Hoy
    February 10th, 2017 at 09:50 | #92

    @Soo
    We are talking about condominium here. Indos target the landed houses especially the moonlight bay area and boon siew permai..

  93. ruth
    February 10th, 2017 at 17:18 | #93

    Hi M.Hoy.

    Please refer to comment #82. The URL links you to a piece of break-in news that happened to a condo project in this area.

  94. Xxx
    February 10th, 2017 at 18:44 | #94

    Hi @ruth

    i have referred to comment #82

    “GEORGE TOWN: A Dutch couple were fast asleep on the third floor of their house in Batu Ferringhi when three masked robbers, armed with parang and a wire cutter, woke them up”

    3rd floor referring to Condo or landed? Seems that it is referring to landed.

  95. chunheng
    February 11th, 2017 at 10:37 | #95

    @Xxx

    Referring to the same piece of news, it goes “..The robbers cut the fencing before gaining entry into the house located in a gated community. Police will question the security guards to determine how the robbers could have eluded them as well as obtain CCTV footage….”.

    This happened to a gated project that consists of condos and townhouses, something like Alila.

    And I further refer to the same news, which goes “…OCPD Asst Comm Mior Farida­lathrash Wahid, who confirmed the crime, said this was the third time the robbers had struck within a week in the Tanjung Bungah and Batu Ferringhi areas…”.

    The Tanjung Bunga location OCPD is referring to is the area adjacent to the hills, in which Alila 2 will be located.

  96. chunheng
    February 11th, 2017 at 10:44 | #96

    @Xxx

    The robbers are normally illegal indos who lost their jobs at the construction sites as a result of authority crackdown. They like to strike from the hills as the thick hills make a good hideout and it provides a direct runaway route to teluk bahang, where they can take an “express boat” back to indonesia with their loot.

  97. M.Hoy
    February 17th, 2017 at 09:57 | #97

    @ruth
    YEs i read that. It’s talking about HOUSE not condo. dont you read the post before commenting?

  98. M.Hoy
    February 17th, 2017 at 10:00 | #98

    chunheng :
    @Xxx
    Referring to the same piece of news, it goes “..The robbers cut the fencing before gaining entry into the house located in a gated community. Police will question the security guards to determine how the robbers could have eluded them as well as obtain CCTV footage….”.
    This happened to a gated project that consists of condos and townhouses, something like Alila.
    And I further refer to the same news, which goes “…OCPD Asst Comm Mior Farida­lathrash Wahid, who confirmed the crime, said this was the third time the robbers had struck within a week in the Tanjung Bungah and Batu Ferringhi areas…”.
    The Tanjung Bunga location OCPD is referring to is the area adjacent to the hills, in which Alila 2 will be located.

    This also happens in an island, something like Penang, Pulau Langkawi, Pulau Tioman, Pulau Hong Kong, Pulau Taiwan, Pulau Singapore, Pulau Hong Kong, once pulau affected, all pulau must be affected !!! Good logic

  99. Anticipate
    March 16th, 2017 at 11:10 | #99

    Pass by the place and the building seems like completing soon!

  100. toyo
    April 13th, 2017 at 07:18 | #100

    @Antucipate

    Completing soon? Yeah, it’s all “frozen”. You just have to wait for the father and son to finish their “nasi kandar” in their “high security penthouse”.

  101. amanina
    October 5th, 2017 at 22:33 | #101

    @raerae
    775 per square feet

  102. pushtin
    October 23rd, 2017 at 02:45 | #102

    is this alila2 safe from landslide? where can we see the geotechnical report?

  103. xiaomei
    October 23rd, 2017 at 14:46 | #103

    This is high risk area. It seems MBPP do not know what they are doing anymore. Can’t trust them, can you?

  104. cottonz
    October 29th, 2017 at 13:43 | #104

    Could u elaborate on your comment? I am keen to purchase a unit.

  105. cottonz
    October 29th, 2017 at 13:56 | #105

    xiaomei :
    This is high risk area. It seems MBPP do not know what they are doing anymore. Can’t trust them, can you?

    Hi Xiaomei,
    Could u elaborate on your comment? I am keen to purchase a unit.

  106. Penang Property Showroom
    November 20th, 2017 at 16:50 | #106

    Final touches….should get CCC soon

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