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A Visit To The Seed @ Sutera Utama, Johor

SOME OF MY IPOH FRIENDS POSTED THIS QUESTION EVERY NOW AND THEN... "Hey, what are you doing in JB?  How do you spend the time while son is working?  Not boring meh?" LOL.... Friends, I miss you all when I am down south, miss your company and the Foodie time, miss the chattering among us... etc etc....

Over here in JB, I am like in a sanctuary, quiet time, *very quiet indeed*  unlike Ipoh, cars every now and then passing through my house, horning, kids playing joyously and screaming out loud... well, that is Ipoh.  Coming back to JB, it is all different.  I laze around my little nest most of the day, only going out around noon and coming back a couple of hours later, then doing whatever I can in my own pace and time.  No hurry, no pressure.... no barkings... LOL... And I really like this kind of living too... IN fact, I love my two different styles of living, IPOH as well as JB...

On one particular afternoon, both ladies were very free and we decided to drop by at a new township to look see and to admire.... *to drool, to salivate* .... This new township resort is called The Seed @ Sutera Utama.  There is a showhouse and office near the guardhouse but we were all excited to go in and have a good "peek" at the real thing!  It is really like a township by itself, consisting of Garden Villa, Duplex Suites, Condominiums and Penthouse and facilities such as Olympic-sized swimming pool, clubhouse, badminton court, gym, preschool kindy.... etc...
Low density condominiums... not the high rise ones... 
Car parks for residents and visitors....
Garden villas at the ground floor and duplex suite above....
Jogging tracks are available ....
6.3 km jogging track.... 
Leading to the pre-school nursery on the right....
With the seven dwarfs saying "hi" as we passed by... 
The Pool, the Pool... but I am not one into swimming... LOL...

Can just sit and watch though... 
The Penthouse is at the top which occupies the whole width... 
Just beautiful, right?
But... alas....
I could only see and admire....
And dream.....


Comments

  1. This place looks wonderful! I bet it costs a whole lot, though! Fun to look and dream.

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    1. Yes, it cost a lot to me.. so I cannot afford.. :)

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  2. I say, I want that sort of life lah, lepak-lepak all the time LOL! Eh, this Sutera Utama place is very nice. If only can afford to live there....

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  3. It is beautiful and exclusive. Well maintained too.

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  4. I like your lifestyle in Johor. Relax and quiet lifestyle is for me.

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  5. I like to look at show houses too. Nice to look at when we don't have to do or pay anything.

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    1. Yes, I love looking at their interior designs..

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  6. Is this a gated community? Are balconies not common in Malaysia? I love to grow things.

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    1. Yes, gated and guarded... Oh, balconies are common, but as for me, I cannot grow plants...

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  7. I would love to stay in a condo...but my missus insisted on sticking to our landed property, has a garden, she says...can plant things...can walk around in the evening. Hmmm....I reserve any further comment! :(

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    1. Oh, your house is very nice already.. why want to move... so spacious some more..

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  8. It would b a dream living in this place! I love visiting show houses, to admire their interior design.

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    1. Exactly.. cannot stay there but see also shiok!

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  9. Look see and dream. Lovely garden and big swimming pool!

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  10. Sounds peaceful living with lots of healthy eating

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  11. The condo is so nice and modern!

    It is very good that you like the slower pace in JB as well. Someday you might have to stay there with your son forever when you need his care. Looks like I would end up in the old folks home instead. LOL

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    1. Never know, TM! Dont want to think so far ahead... live and be happy now..

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