MELAKA: Hatten Land Ltd has unveiled its latest development project which features not just high-quality residential and hotel units, but also high-end health and wellness facilities.
The RM300 million wellness-inspired mixed development project, covering 2.05-acres, will house serviced suites, hotel suites and an elaborate wellness mall podium.
Its group managing director Datuk Colin Tan said the project, known as “SATORI," which means “enlightenment” in Japanese, is the first development project in the state offering complete health, fitness and rejuvenation facilities.
"The healthcare sector is focused on curing illnesses (with) medical treatments and so on.
"However, we at Hatten want to take a step further by creating an environment where everyone can (ward off) illnesses, achieve fitness goals and embrace inner peace.
"We believe that the best way to give back is to provide a higher quality of living, not just (in terms of) physical health, but overall wellness," he said at the official sales launch of the project at Hatten Square, Jalan Merdeka here today.
Tan added that Health and Wellness is a growing US$3.7 trillion global industry and that SATORI will carve a niche in Malaysia's multi-billion ringgit wellness-tourism market, creating new avenues and profitable opportunities for investors.
Present to launch the event was Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron.
Tan added that SATORI will be an addition to existing health and medical facilities provided by six hospitals in the state.
The project, located near Hatten Land's iconic Hatten City, features 192 units of serviced residences, 336 hotel suites and 50 health and wellness facilities.
Amenities include a fitness and aqua gym, health and food outlets, a yoga room, a sea salt spa, a meditation hall, an infinity pool, a sky lounge and cabana, a reflexology stone track and a herb garden.
Investments start from RM280,000.