JOHOR (July 31): Medini Iskandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd has opened a 22km cycling path in Medini City in Iskandar Puteri, Johor last Thursday.
It will provide residents with a viable alternative to vehicular transportation, said Medini Iskandar in a statement.
There is a total of five strategically located pit stops along the path for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy the sights as the cycling path is designed to allow cyclists to enjoy the urban township’s green spaces and public art attractions.
“The completion of the cycling paths in Medini forms part of our commitment to shape Medini as a destination of choice for business, leisure and healthy living,” said Medini Iskandar managing director and CEO James Tee.
Meanwhile, Medini Iskandar will soon launch the Edible Park and Heritage Forests, two of the 46 parks in the township spread over 342 acres.
The parks will provide a platform for community engagement. The parks were conceptualised by the Johor Green founder, Chris Parry, in collaboration with award-winning local architectural practice Y Architects.
The Edible Park presents a lush urban park with local fruit, vegetable and medicinal trees, while its Heritage Forest gathers the region’s flora for a proud and honest snapshot of Johor’s wilderness.
Medini is a 2,230-acre integrated urban township development in Iskandar Puteri, Iskandar Malaysia with facilities such as Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, Kota Iskandar, Puteri Harbour, Legoland Malaysia, Gleneagles Medini Hospital and the prestigious education hub EduCity.
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