✓ INDIVIDUAL TITLE
✓ TNB & PAIP READY
✓ GUARDED COMMUNITY
✓ FROM RM320k*
- Project Name: The Valley @ Bentong
- Land Type: Agriculture
- Developer: Karak Land Sdn Bhd
- Tenure: Freehold
- Concept: Farming Community
- Total Land Size: 1,600 acres
- Each lot: 1-2 acres, or 43,560 to 87,120 sq ft.
Land Clearing & Earthwork
– Basic site clearing.
– Earthwork to build the road.
– Tarmac road / crusher run / laterite road.
– Borehole will be provided and the owner to set up tube well fittings or;
– Government sources will be provided through a water reticulation system.
– TNB 3 phase electrical supply.
– Substation (estimated 3).
– Tropical contemporary, fruit trees at orchard.
– Guarded community with Security guard.
- Lawn Bowl
- Event Hall for Functions
- Exhibition Space
- Meeting Rooms
- Tennis Courts
- Games Room
- Reading Room
- Swimming Pool
- Outdoor BBQ
The Valley @ Bentong Updates
- August 17, 2022 – Phase 3 is selling fast. Contact us for the best lots.
- February 6, 2021 – The Valley Bentong Phrase 3 is launched!
- November 16, 2020 – Zone 3 and 4 are sold out.
- June 13, 2020 – Get a special price with registration here.
- May 12, 2020 – Individual Titles are issued and ready.
- March 20, 2020 – Sales Gallery is temporarily closed due to MCO. Stay safe everyone.
- March 4, 2020 – View The Valley price here.
- January 2, 2020 – Every lot will have a connection to Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Pengurusan Air Pahang (PAIP).
- August 11, 2019 – Every lot in Kerau is freehold.
- May 6, 2019 – View The Valley master plan.
- March 2, 2019 – Bina Puri launches The Valley @ Bentong
Bina Puri holdings Bhd has officially launched The Valley @ Bentong at Pahang.
The project is developed by Karak Land Sdn Bhd.
The Valley is based on agriculture which includes farms and homesteads.
The project falls over 1,600 acres of land. The gross development value of this project is RM152.7 million and aims at being a farming community.
According to the executive director of Bina Puri, Datuk Matthew Tee, The Valley has 4 zones.
The Kerau is the 1st zone and covers 600 acres of land further divided into phase 1 and 2 and focuses on homesteads. It is renamed after Sungai Kerau which flows from the west to the east of the developing area.
The land was purchased in the year 2013 and launched Kerau Phase-1 in December 2016 with about 158 lots. Within 6 months they have reached almost 70% of sales.
The overwhelming response on Phase 1 was a deciding factor for developing Phase 2 which includes 138 lots of The Valley land for sale. The price is RM7.35 psf onward. The lots have an area of one to two acres (43,560 to 87,120 sq ft).
That aside 230 acres of land has been allotted for cash crops and a durian plantation at Zone 2 which further includes two phases.
Phase One has 100 acres with 2,600 trees. Phase 2, on the other hand, includes 100 acres of land with 2,500 trees. Within 5 to 6 years owners can expect their very first harvest.
Due to the popular demand, Zone 3 and 4 are fully sold out.
Phase 3: Overall Master Plan
Phase 3 Master Plan
Subject Land Topographic Profile
The land topographic profile is from less than 100m up to 150m with gradual terrain at Southwest and Southeast.
It take approximately 1 hour easy drive from Kuala Lumpur to reach The Valley.
The Kuala Lumpur – Karak Expressway is easily accessible.
Watch the video below to check out what is happening inside The Valley as of November 2019. As we can see a number of purchasers have begun land clearing, farming and even building their holiday homes!
And the Phase 3 video is up in February 2020.
The Valley review has been great since it was launched. The amenities and infrastructure include roads, clubhouses, utility supply, and drainage which will be provided by the developer.
This Bentong land for sale is gaining more attention among the farming community in Malaysia.
The hilly slopes are perfect for fruit plantations such as Musang King durian farming.
This is definitely a great investment for your algri-retreat life.
Bina Puri Holdings Bhd is a public listed company with more than 44 years of work experience in Civil and building construction. The company exists on the main board of Bursa Malaysia.
The group is involved locally as well as in international projects. The business activities of this group include civil and building engineering management as well as investment holdings, highway concession, property development, manufacturing of construction materials, quarry operations, utilities, and hospitality management.
Please register your interest here for the best offer.
Yes. Every lots will have access to Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Pengurusan Air Pahang (PAIP). You will even be offered 2 years of free spring water.
For TNB, the connection cost depends on the contractor you hired. It is also based on different lots and the needed power. As for PAIP water, the connection cost are RM4,500 (RM2,500 – Meter Installation (non-refundable) & RM2,000 deposit). And the supply rate for PAIP is RM1.75 per m3.
You can apply to TNB here. You can obtain a form and apply for PAIP from the developer after Vacant Possession (VP).
Guardhouses are provided on 2 access and only allow cars with a special sticker to go through.
Yes of course! You can take up to 20% of the land size to build your house.
Bird nest houses and crematoriums are not allowed.
RM200.00 per acre. For example, 1.5 acres of land will cost you RM300.00 per month.
Yes. You can apply from the panel bank, Agrobank Bhd.
Yes, but due to the local policy, the minimum purchase amount is RM1,000,000. You need to get consent from the local state government.
Have you ever envisioned having a land property to build your retirement home upon with a big farm? Do you wish to own a durian farm? Even better, it is overlooking the swinging trees, the singing birds and the trembling wind and above all the clean and clear air. And all are just as low as RM320,000? Are you looking for Bentong land for sale?
Homesteading is an autonomous lifestyle choice. It is based on survival agricultural methods and home collection of food. It’s no wonder many farmers show deep gratification with their living standards. They claim that this way of living is healthier compared to modern lifestyles.
Urban farming in Malaysia is an essential part supported by the United Nations in their Sustainable Development. It aims towards making urban regions more autonomous. It also improves the damaging impact of modern agriculture on the environment.
It also motivates local communities to bond with each other.