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About Us

With sustainability close to our hearts,  Gamuda Land launched Gamuda Parks in 2018 to safeguard the natural environments across our portfolio.

We bring holistic management and consistency to our biodiversity enrichment, conservation, nature education and township design and management efforts.

Our vision is to lead the nation in sustainability excellence in green innovation, community and development.
This is parallel with our brand value of “Respecting nature and environment” and brand story of “Listening to what the land has to tell us” as well as in line with Gamuda Group’s increasingly sophisticated approach to environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles, as embodied by the Gamuda Green Plan 2025.

Celadon City, Vietnam

"A Legacy of Sustainable,


Climate change is no longer a social issue, but an existential threat. That’s why nature lies at the heart of what we do, as embodied in Gamuda Land’s development principle: “Listening to what the land has to tell us.”

For more info about Gamuda Parks


Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands


How We Started

We at Gamuda Land fundamentally believe we are custodians of the land. We believe we’re going to leave the land in a better shape than we received it. We believe that all our residents deserve to live in a well-planned, clean, safe and accessible environment.
That’s why we believe that listening to the land and living in harmony with nature is what defines Gamuda Land townships. This allows you and your family to live a happier and healthier life. When biodiversity robustly returns to the environment we create, it speaks of the quality of the place that is healthy, conducive for living and life-supporting. As we live in places like this, we too will benefit from these good qualities.

Our Advisors


We work with leading voices from diverse disciplines to guide our sustainability efforts. Our panel experts share our passion for biodiversity, sustainability and conservation.



Fmr. Director, Forest Biodiversity Division

Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)

Dr. Saw Leng Guan obtained his B.Sc in Forestry in 1981. He furthered his studies and obtained MSc. and PhD in 1990 and 1994 respectively from University of Reading. He was a Former Director of Forest Biodiversity Division of Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM). He was also appointed as Editorial member of the Blumea, Journal of Tropical Ecology, Global Partnership for Plant Conservation and many more in his international involvement. Dr. Saw has over 35 years of experiences in the Malaysian taxonomy, herbarium, botanical forestry, conservation of flora and ecosystem. He has been involved in development of Kepong Botanic Gardens and the Arboretum as well as a Curator for the herbarium in FRIM. Dr. Saw also has more than 100 publications to his credit. 

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