Nestled within the cooling embrace of Genting Highlands, King’s Park emerges as a crown jewel of modern-day commercial and residential amalgam. Officially launched by King’s Park Development Sdn Bhd, this mixed-use development touts itself as an integrated haven for both leisure and business, knitting a fine blend of commercial, residential, and entertainment spaces into the highland’s green tapestry.
Spanning a robust 24 acres, this integrated commercial hub is a part of a larger 120-acre high-end mixed development. Its prime location at Jln Jaya Permai, Highlands Park City, lends it a vantage point amidst the serene highlands of Pahang. The development isn’t merely a static ensemble of buildings; it’s a dynamic congregation of possibilities. A stroll through King’s Park unveils a state-of-the-art pedestrian street, stretching over 2,000 meters, crafted not just for shopping but for basking in the vibrant street life that it envisages. It’s a space where architecture doesn’t just stand tall but converses with the beholder, where the lush greeneries don’t just provide a verdant spectacle but blend seamlessly with the urban design.
The commercial vibrancy of King’s Park is finely balanced with its residential allure. The Hard Rock Hotel, soaring 45 stories, is a testament to this balance. With 371 rooms and 630 suites, it offers a blend of luxury and comfort. Adding to the charm is 200 square meters of retail space, a heated swimming pool, multiple dining avenues, a spa, and a lounge and bar, among others. The Hard Rock Hotel is not a solitary marvel; the premium Swissôtel Genting Highlands too finds its home here, enveloped by an air of luxury that only a five-star hotel can provide.
As a new entrant into Genting Highlands’ booming tourism and entertainment sphere, King’s Park brings a fresh wave of recreational avenues. The hub boasts an entertainment complex replete with a modern cinema, an indoor theme park, and a myriad of thrilling rides and attractions. It’s a place where fun meets fantasy, where every day is a gala of excitement. The eco theme park, the world’s largest terrarium, and Monopoly World are just a few mentions from the long list of attractions that promise a day of fun and learning for families and kids.
In a nutshell, King’s Park isn’t just a property; it’s a realm where every corner has a story to tell, where every day promises a new tale. Whether you’re a business magnate eyeing a lucrative venture or a family seeking a cozy hearth amidst the serene highlands, King’s Park is more than just a destination—it’s a journey.