Land

Mixed Zone Agriculture Land

Sarawak Kapit, Sarawak Malaysia 96807
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Key Facts

Tenure Type Leasehold
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Property Description

The subject property consists of 13 plots of agriculture land in the districts of Baning and Suau, Kapit, Sarawak. The subject property has proper access roads. The new highway linking Sibu and Kapit is now accessible since August 2017 although some earthworks are still going on at a short stretch of 9.5km. The construction of the highway linking Kanowit to Kapit is expected to be completed and open to traffic by December 2020. Upon this completion, Kapit will be fully accessible by road from Sibu. 


Investment Highlights

  • Mixed zone land
  • Country land
  • Obtained approval to change type of plant from oil palm tree to Pelbagai (miscellaneous)
  • 5,000 acres planted with Oil Palm trees and 3,000 acres allocated for Paulownia trees
Last Updated Date: 05 Mar 2021
Keith Eng
Manager, Capital Markets
Vinnie Yiw
Producer, Capital Markets Transactions

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Last Updated Date: 05 Mar 2021

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