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Guest of Honour, Minister of Health - YB Dr Zaliha Mustafa officially launches KL Wellness City township - the first integrated healthcare and wellness city in Southeast Asia.
Kuala Lumpur: KL Wellness City (KLWC), the first purpose-built township project in Southeast Asia to cultivate a lifestyle fully integrated with healthcare and wellness, marked its official launch today at the KL Wellness City Gallery in Bukit Jalil. The ceremony welcomed the Minister of Health, YB Dr Zaliha Mustafa as its Guest of Honour to officiate the momentous occasion.
With a gross development value (GDV) of RM11 billion and spanning over 26.49 acres, the development is a world-class medical and wellness living at its core. The project features a well-rounded ecosystem primed for wellbeing and health – The Nobel Healthcare Park, the KL International Hospital (KLIH), innovation laboratories, clinical R&D facilities, healthcare company office towers, a retirement resort, a Healthcare Hub, wellness-centric serviced apartments, a fitness-based Central Park, and more.
For the past few years, during the pandemic, Malaysia has been fighting hurdles in keeping up infrastructure development with patient load, retaining our medical talents, maintaining continuance of care in preparation for an ageing nation and a continuous war against Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD).