Alila Horizons

Alila Horizons the new condominium project in Tanjung Bungah, Penang consists of two 19-storeys condominium blocks and has a total of 224 standard units of condominiums, 24 units of penthouses and 8 units of duplexes. Standard units has a spacious built-up area approximately from 1,356 sq.ft. to 1,421 sq.ft.

Property Project : Alila Horizons
Location : Tanjung Bungah, Penang
Property Type : Condominium
Tenure : Freehold
Completion : 2008
No. of Blocks : 2
No. of Storeys : 19
Total Units : 256
Built-up Area : approx. 1,356 - 1,421 sq.ft. (Penthouse, Duplex 2,856 - 3,146 sq.ft.)
Developer : Hunza Properties Berhad

24-hours security, car park, landscape garden, swimming pool, tennis court, children's playground, gymnasium, jacuzzi, BBQ area.


January 25, 2008 at 4:19 PMAnonymous

Anyone know the price is for 1300-1400 sqf?

February 20, 2008 at 3:39 PMAnonymous

its around 750k now if im not mistaken

March 17, 2008 at 11:40 AMAnonymous

Any more details for condo in Blick A? Floor? View? Size?

March 18, 2008 at 12:03 PMAnonymous

1388, overlooking villa, below 10th flr

April 14, 2008 at 10:42 PMLeprechaungal

Hi there

Just made the reserach on Alila,,any availability yet on the condo??The starting price is 400 K it seems,,so any clue on the maintenance each month??

I would like to get more details on it..thx

You can mail me at for any info.

Appreciated in ad

April 15, 2008 at 11:30 PMAnonymous


Looks like u r not only interested in Alila but a few other projects. Since u r interested and asking for the price of all these properties r u buying them all?
BTW, if someone is selling Alila for 400k, pls let me what I understand there r much more buyer than seller. The price is nowhere 400k....i suppose it may already fetch 460k and above since its already complete.

April 15, 2008 at 11:41 PMLeprechaungal

Hi there thx for the info..since the amount which is being invested is pretty above avg..I wud like gather the info as much as poss n do the outermost research on them..I have been doing this not only on properties but ever since on everythin since am in teens which was only few yrs ago.. planning to purchase 3 condo's at least hence am enquiring all th einfo..thx once again


April 18, 2008 at 12:58 AMAnonymous

Dear All,

Alila Horizon is 100% sold out. Key handing ceremony on 18/4/08. OC should be out in 2 weeks time.
I have a unit in Block A, good floor & unit no.Over looking both swimming pool.1388 sq ft. Am looking to rent it out.
Sorry guys, not selling it.
I believe the selling price for good unit could touch RM 480K. The cheaper ones are behind the hill or Block B.

April 19, 2008 at 9:37 AMAnonymous

maintainence fees is around rm200. one unit for rent 2nd floor block A facing swimming pool

April 20, 2008 at 11:47 AMAnonymous

Economic times mentioned that apt prices r coming down in be cautious

April 28, 2008 at 10:56 AMAnonymous

i offered rm440k for a unit but the owner said too low. this was at a lower floor too. the price is crazy. i am focussing on another condo project nearby (surin). they are having soft launch now and the price is pretty reasonable - 440k for a 1554 sqft unit.

April 28, 2008 at 5:19 PMlim

I did ask for Surin as well, but 1300 sft, which floor you are asking ? The price seem to be more reasonable. I think is more worth if compare to Alila, Surin is fully seaview, better than Alila.

April 28, 2008 at 8:09 PMAnonymous

yes, surin have most of the units seaview. but i guess too early to put a comment better than alila. fyi, there's a floating mosque nearby. moreover the project just begin. whereas for alila, its already completed and buyers do not need to pay the interest. once you take into consideration the interest and risk of waiting for completion then you can judge which one is more worth to buy.

April 28, 2008 at 9:26 PMAnonymous

i just placed a deposit for surin even though my heart still yearns for alila. alila is simply too expensive now. i am paying 439k for 1500 sf for surin. this is developer price. the new block will be launched in june and insider told me the price will start from 500k onwards. if you prefer privacy and have the cash, go for alila especially the 1367sf unit. the view is simply awesome.

April 29, 2008 at 8:26 AMlim

I'm thinking to buy Alila earlier, but the price is really high at the moment, if I can't find better price for Alila, Surin will be my best choice. Surin maintenance fees is quite expensive if compare surrounding area, 25sen per sft.
May I know which floor you bought the unit ?

April 29, 2008 at 11:29 AMAnonymous

Lim, for surin, i only managed to get the unit at level 5 facing the pool. there are similar units at the other end of the block (facing coastal tower condo). for high floor, the cost should be around 447k. one thing i like is the foyer is huge (200sf) and it is stated clearly in the S&P as yours and not common area. some condos allow you 5' as foyer BUT this was not clearly spelt out in the S&P. leaglly this 5' is not yours.

April 29, 2008 at 5:41 PMlim

Many thanks... I'll consider Surin if this week can't find Alila with below Rm410k which is my budget price

April 30, 2008 at 2:00 PMAnonymous

Lim, i have tried for nearly a month to get a unit in alila. my budget is 440k. no seller at all. most of them asking for 460k-470k. even a few asked for 490k. i was a bit late though. 2 months back, it was going for like 400k-420k.

April 30, 2008 at 2:59 PMlim

Yes, strongly agree, I can get Rm405k b4 OC obtain, but the owner refuse to sell upon signing S&P !!
I think now the price is for foreigner instead of local.

May 4, 2008 at 6:54 PMAnonymous

maybe for some, alila is expensive at >460k. just consider a few points, its completed, good location, freehold, the unit is spacious and no noise pollution in the vicinity, cooling environment so its definitely worth the price. of coz i m and owner and not planning to sell. i for see this project to touch 500k in 2 years time. not selling also if this happens since its one of the best place to stay.

May 4, 2008 at 10:14 PMAnonymous

if not mistaken i heard that Hunza want to launch their new phase for the Alila Horizon end of this year

May 5, 2008 at 11:29 AMAnonymous

yes. alila 2 is coming up right behind alila. moreover they will price it higher and hunza is targeting foreign buyers. i heard the starting price will be >450k (not really sure though). this news in on the press.

May 5, 2008 at 11:51 AMAnonymous

I think the current Alila price is crazy. The layout is good, but I don't think it has views that can match Surin. Besides, the winding road leading to the place from Mt Erskine is a headache. I think its price is high right now because, for its kind of price-range & built-up, it's the only brand new condo that's immediatly available for occupation in that area at this moment.

May 5, 2008 at 12:53 PMAnonymous

after my offer of 440k was rejected, i placed a deposit for surin. 2 days later, i received 2 offers for alila. they are meeting my budget of 440k. 1 is for 1388sf unit and the 2nd is 1421sf unit. unfortunately i have given up on alila. i would have get it if the owners were not that crazy with their asking price earlier.

May 5, 2008 at 3:54 PMAnonymous

I don't think Alila's high asking price can stay for long. Once, places like the Waterfront, Surin & Island Resort are completed, they'll be giving Alila tough competition. These places have far better views than Alila as they are much closer to the sea.

May 5, 2008 at 7:12 PMDarren

This suppose to be blog for Alila but now it turns out to be discussion for Surin as well. Maybe its because some frustrated buyers (oops not buyer coz they can't get any unit) are a little jealous about Alila and try to convince others that their investment in Surin is more wise. Surin current price is already around 430k and bear in mind the waiting time and also the interest that you need to pay during construction. Think about it whether its worth. Yeah, seaview seems to be nice but do you have any idea you may wake up 5 something in the morning. And the density around Surin is higher. Alila may be away from sea but its in a more pleasant environment.

May 5, 2008 at 8:20 PMAnonymous

darren, this is a public blog/forum and anyone can share his/her opinion. if you only want to hear sweet things on alila, then you are living in denial. dont get me wrong. i love alila and i tried for 1 full month to get one within my budget. the owner hiked up the price like there is no tomorrow. in fact my offer of 440k is already 100k above the original price and they still refused. finally they agreed but i have given up on alila by then. this is just feedback for all to benefit. we are here to share opinions, right?

May 6, 2008 at 10:24 AMAnonymous

If I was the owner, I would have taken the RM440K offer. There are many other nicer projects coming up in that area. Many here are already talking about Surin being a better buy. Soon, with more options for people to compare & choose, it will be difficult for Alila to compete as one thing it lacks big time is seaview (yup, critical). So, for interested Alila buyers, if you wait a little longer, I think the current asking price may go down.

May 6, 2008 at 8:11 PMAnonymous

"if you are the owner". i bet these ppl r trying to convince potential alila seller to bring their price down. hunza already issue a letter the the project is value at 460k at the moment of vp. i bet they have reasons for such claim. then y should someone else sell at bargain? don't get cheated by these speculators. these ppl juz kept coming to this blog hope to buy at bargain. if they have no interest why bother to spent time typing.

May 8, 2008 at 9:16 AMFelix The Cat

Hunza issue the letter to the so called 'owners'. what about those investors looking for quick gain. It seems the current asking price you gain 80-100k already. Its seems the letter from HUNZA is really killilng it. The actual transacted price is not that high. So you 'owners' out there if ppl cant afford why buy, right? Sell at the price you think is right for your property.

May 10, 2008 at 5:56 PMCY Lim

Felix, go "meow" somewhere. U r also another hoping to get bargain. If u think u have other alternatives in getting similar project at better price go ahead. The only difference Alila blog from other blogs is no one complain about any other thing except for the price. Where in other blogs there're lots of -ve feedbacks besides the price of coz. The ppl really want to buy and bargain. As for owners pls don't fall on their trap. Have u really go to the site. Just feel it! I bet its difficult to have such nice feeling in other new projects at the moment. The whole environment is awesome.

May 11, 2008 at 6:48 PMAnonymous

Nice environment but lousy view, isolated location and hard to accesss.

May 11, 2008 at 9:31 PMAnonymous

"Nice environment but lousy view, isolated location and hard to accesss."

Any better recommendation?

May 12, 2008 at 4:21 PMFelix The Cat


If you think i am an opportunist please think twice. I dun even intent to buy. I am speaking facts. On the otherhand, i agree with you the environment there is awesome especially in the evening. If you wanna buy i have 2 for sale and I m keeping one for myself.

May 13, 2008 at 8:28 PMAnonymous

finally, i bought my alila dee, it cost me RM395k somemore facing the poolview...may be i'm the lucky one...:)

May 13, 2008 at 11:57 PMAnonymous

May I know which floor?

May 14, 2008 at 11:23 AMAnonymous

I think 395K is reasonable, moreover u get poolview. Good 4 u. Did u manage 2 find how much the units facing the hill (no pretty view) cost ?. Must be much lower huh?.

May 14, 2008 at 5:02 PMKenD

Dear coming owner, owner and interested buyer.
I am an owner at Alila, the 1421sqft unit (facing hill side). have ppl asking for RM 440k about few mths ago on my unit through salesperson of Alila... but I have no intention to sell coz me and my wife just love the environment... frankly, i am not sure of the market pricing at the moment... but I would suggest those owner of Alila Units, PLEASE DUN SIMPLY JACK UP the pricing and end-up not occupation on those unit... I understand more profit is better but if you are making 80k-100k of profit, I believe it is kind of very GOOD deal already !

May 15, 2008 at 8:51 AMAnonymous

KenD - you are the first sensible owner. you are right, i have offered 440k to a unit in 6th floor but it was turned down hard (without hesitation). the owner even cursed me behind for wasting his time. i gave up on alila now even though my heart really loves it.

May 15, 2008 at 10:49 PMAnonymous

"finally, i bought my alila dee, it cost me RM395k somemore facing the poolview...may be i'm the lucky one...:)"

May I know which floor you bought as I have called up some owners and they are asking for 480k. I am working hard looking for a unit in alila as my parents and wife like the place so much. Hope you can share. Thanks in advance.

May 15, 2008 at 11:42 PMAnonymous

just a note - the units facing pool & (somewhat) sea view faces the afternoon sun...HOT!!

Area seems nice coz houses around there are medium to high cost = good crowd.

I think the maintenance fee is $0.18/sq ft. Gym is up - ppl are swimming in the pool. Very nice deck area with jacuzzi, waddle pool - balinese in nature.

Unit at 11th floor away from afternoon sun (Facing new houses & part hill) - ppl were asking to buy at 480k (1.4k sqft)

Workmanship is one of the better ones I've seen when i got to get in.

May 19, 2008 at 8:56 PMAnonymous

at 440k it works out to be 350/sq ft.-in the league of many apartments in gurney drive or the now fashionable bayan baru area.

well,making a profit of 80 to 100k on completion of this project is a hefty 30-40% premium paid by potential buyers-reminiscent of the markets in singapore and Hk be4it crashes

May 20, 2008 at 6:07 PMAnonymous

Beside talking about demand and supply, anyone would like to talk about other things like....when planning to move in, what reno u planning to do, why we get charge for using the BBQ pit....etc

May 27, 2008 at 9:23 AMFiddler

I think Alila Horizon is grossly overated. Some of its shortcomings are: although it comes with 2 carparks, the alignment of the carparks is front-back instead of side by side. This is very inconvenient if both the car owners go out and come back at different times; 2ndly, the kitchens are so dark and gloomy that all the housewives are complaining. That is also bad feng shui.

May 27, 2008 at 11:35 AMAnonymous

Fiddler, I think the carpark you mention is for those penthouse owner which come with 3 parking space. So for those normal units will have side by side parking. I totally agreed with you on the kitchen, maybe because the air well is shelter from the rain and not much sunlight can get to the lower units. What probably they should do is to provide more lighting at all coridor.

May 27, 2008 at 11:05 PMAnonymous

Eh, how come no more comparison made between Surin and Alila? I am considering between these 2. Don know which 1 to get. Both equally nice. Any1 want to share their opinions on the comparison for these 2 properties? As of now, my preference runs towards Surin. Plz advise

May 28, 2008 at 12:06 PMFiddler

The earlier posts on this thread and on the Surin thread have a lot of comparisons already. It all boils down to personal choice, access, distance to Georgetown and Pulau Tikus, whether it is for rent or for own stay. If for rent, Surin is probably better. (Think sea view)

May 28, 2008 at 1:33 PMFiddler

By the way, I mentioned Pulau Tikus because there are a lot of medical facilites there, which could be handy one day.

May 28, 2008 at 10:16 PMAnonymous

I opted surin. easier to access and nearer to the sea. but mine is pool view, no seaview.. sold out :(

May 29, 2008 at 11:54 AMAnonymous

Went with a couple of people to check out Alila. Going from Mount Erskine/Fettes Park, everybody disliked that small winding road we took to reach the place (or maybe, it was my driving). Can't imagine driving there at night. Other easier to drive routes to get there take significantly more time. The balconies at Alila are large, but sadly there's no pretty view to enjoy from them. And if you get those facing the swimming pool, you'll be facing the hot setting sun. Plus points ... nice environment overall, good workmanship and it's completed (for those who can't wait).

Yup, I totally agree with the comment about Surin being easier to access and have nicer views ... valid reasons enough for people to decide on Surin if you compare against Alila.

May 29, 2008 at 6:40 PMAnonymous

Best route to access Alila is throu Pearl Hill. I think the view is great, if too near to the sea you will see total darkness at nite.

May 29, 2008 at 7:36 PMAnonymous

Aiyo, where you will see total darkness sat nite if stay near sea. There will be moon at times and when it is shinning bright, the sea will reflect the brightness. I think that is a beautiful sight. And at nites when there is no moon, it still won't be total darkness. Where got property built on beaches. It's always on the opposite side of the road.

June 1, 2008 at 10:55 AMAnonymous

Surin price is more reasonable. I think is more worth as Surin is fully seaview, better than Alila.

June 3, 2008 at 4:49 PMFaryna

latest news a SUPERCONDO coming right up infront of MAR VISTA very near to the FLOATING MOSQUE. Dunno whether SURIN VIEW will be block. Can someone pls reconfirm?

June 3, 2008 at 9:35 PMAnonymous

Hi faryna,

i think d supercondo u mentioned is waterfront from taman ratu? but its not going to affect surin's view. waterfront is not tat tall n not big and oso at a much lower ground compared to surin. surin's view can b guaranteed without obstruction wit landed properties rite infront of it. unless some crazy developer wans 2 compensate d house owners for new project.

June 4, 2008 at 6:52 PMAnonymous

Faryna, Surin's view won't be blocked. This can never happen. I was interested in Surin and Alila. So i went to check out the both places. I went to Surin's site. Right in front of Surin are landed properties. And Surin is situated on higher grounds. So no worries. Surin's view guaranteed not blocked.

June 4, 2008 at 9:34 PMFaryna

Guys i know where Waterfront is. The one i am talking is still pending state govt approval. Right on the beach front next to the floating mosque. I know very well the site for SURIN and i am doing a research as to whether this new supercondo will make any impact/difference on the price for Surin upon completion.

June 5, 2008 at 1:59 PMAnonymous

The view of Surin will not be blocked. That you can rest asured.

However, the price issue is very hard to say since both projects are not up yet. We do not know what the property market is like in the next 2+ years. But I think the super condo will only help to bring up the prices of surrounding condos. And mind you, the surrouding condos like Coastal Tower are not bad condos. All priced at 300K+.

Also, I think you can't compared the price of a super condo to that of Surin and Coastal Tower. Those are just normal condos.

June 6, 2008 at 6:45 PMAnonymous

Properties price going to drop 20 - 30% after 6 months later or 2009. BEWARE!!!

June 6, 2008 at 9:29 PMAnonymous

Drop? More to rise.....

Everything will go up not just petrol......

June 8, 2008 at 11:53 PMAnonymous

I own one normal unit at Alila Horizons facing the pool. Not happy with the followings :
- no side by side car park,
very troublesome
- kitchen dim and small
- walkway to the rooms are
so narrow
- balcony of master
bedroom is just next and
accessible to
neighbour's balcony
All in all the actual unit is smaller than the show unit. Actually besides the nice landscaping, Alila is nothing to shout about when it comes to the individual units. If I have a choice I would have sold it off and look for a better home but the new homes are out of my budget.
Moreover, I am currently renting a house and the owner is taking it back in 2 months time. So I need to move in soon. Maybe I will sell it off in 5 years time after enjoying the landscaping (the only thing I like about Alila.

June 9, 2008 at 1:48 PMAnonymous

Hi to the anonymous above, how much you bought your Alila for? Looking into the predicament that you are in with Alila, you might wan to consider Regency Heights? It's landscape is nice, should be comparable to that of Alila.

And the price starts from 330K (original unit with 1 car park) and RM350K (original with 2 car park). Regency Heights should be within your budget. As of now, many owners are letting go their units dee so you can consider it as new. Regency Heights should be within your budget as it is cheaper than Alila.

Of course, after considering all the above, if the location of Sg. Ara is not acceptable to you, then I can't think of any other place new, within your budget and ready to be moved in.

Just my suggestion. Hope it helps you.

June 9, 2008 at 2:52 PMFelix The Cat

New sub-sale and old units price will drop but the exisitng on going will face some problem of COST overrun. Future launching prices will be DEARER by >30%

June 9, 2008 at 4:25 PMFiddler

Hi Anonymous at the top, I presume you bought your Alila from the developer? Then congrats, you have made 110K. You can liquidate that money and buy Grand Ocean at tanjung bungah main road is priced at about RM360K, sea view, and OC just been obtained too.

June 9, 2008 at 11:20 PMAnonymous

yup..i bought it fm the developer and if i sell i will make +100K. thank you so much for the recommendation and proposal. appreciate it but regency heights is not the area i would look into as my office is located in town area. i hve seen grand ocean during their launching and i quite like it as i can get additional space at the foyer. the only setback is the building is quite near the mosque and also near the main road which will be noisy as sound travels upwards. thanks so much. i cant do much now. just want to share my frustrations.

June 10, 2008 at 10:19 PMAnonymous

Hi frustrated alila owner above, I guess there's always good and bad about something. No perfect world. I am also an owner, I own D4. I bet your unit is D1. My kitchen is very bright since its facing outside, and my car park is side by side. As I have noticed, most of the units facing pool or so called sea view, will have front to back carpark. My unit is facing hill. About making +100k i personally do not think so. I have already paid more than 12k for bank interest and if i sell now I will need to pay 10k penalty. Again, the legal fees i paid 5k (for s&p and facility agreement). If sell thru broker at 460-470k, they will take ard 5k. Hence its already a total of 32k. Any profit after minus the selling price has to minus off this 32k. Unless you are cash buyer. Otherwise i do not think anyone making 100k as claimed. Just to share the actual facts. Are you a cash buyer?

June 12, 2008 at 10:29 AMAnonymous

Very true, each person got their own liking. So it is hard to please everyone. I also even heard owner of the Cove complaining about this and that. Same for buying cars, bmw owner also complain this and that. Nevertheless, the show unit really bigger than the actual unit especially the coridor leading to the toilet in the masterroom for D1 type. I had i hard time planning on what wardrobe to put. Until now still not up yet. Other than that, the wrought iron grill style sucks big time!! :(

June 13, 2008 at 10:16 AMAnonymous

yes, no ocean is waveless so no project is perfect. Since I already own the apartment, I have to learn to love it. initially i dont like the iron wrought gate too but after seeing it, it doesnt look that bad. You can view it at tower B-3A. Someone has installed it.
Will share with you what to do with the walk-in closet later. Gotta go.

June 13, 2008 at 12:01 PMAnonymous

I came to the conclusion and choosen the 3rd design for the wrought iron grill (the bottom one). Trust me, this is the best among the 3, dun believe check out 5th floor block A.

June 13, 2008 at 12:17 PMAnonymous

Can someone post photos of Alila, the grille, the bare unit, etc?

June 13, 2008 at 12:36 PMAnonymous

Ya.. Any alila owner willing to share their alila photos? Maybe you can send a request to the blog admin to post your photos here.

June 16, 2008 at 9:35 PMAnonymous

No news on Alila d?

June 18, 2008 at 10:15 PMAnonymous

Surin big foyer... mmmm.... how many of us really spend time in the foyer, its not like it is facing out and you get all the sunlight, is it? Unless you got tonnes of shoes to display. =)

June 19, 2008 at 12:49 PMAnonymous

5th floor Block A? Will go to view this weekend. Not sure which to instal. Any idea how much it cost? Noticed many of them did not follow the house rules and installed their own choice of aluminium doors and also sliding windows at the wet kitchen. Management only allows windows that opens out. They claimed sliding windows will cause accidents by falling off !! If they want to standardise it, I personally feel sliding doors will be nice as you wont see windows jutting out. Some may open wide and some may open just a little bit which will be an ugly sight. Have the management thought of that? I wonder for those units that refused to follow the renovation rules, are their rm3000 deposit forfeited? Can someone share with me? I really want to install sliding windows. AND I KNOW THE MANAGEMENT IS ALL OUT TO FIND WAYS TO 'MAKAN' THE RM3000 DEPOSIT.

June 19, 2008 at 1:44 PMAnonymous

To the anonymous above who commented about Surin,

Why comment about Surin here? This is Alila's blog la.

Anyway, since you commented about Surin I would like to inform you that the big foyer can be covered up and made into a study or store room which can be very useful. I've seen the floor plan of Surin. There are other condos which have big foyer also such as the corner units of Uni Place. Developers is actually giving us buyers to decide on how to make use of the foyer area to suit our needs.

Different individual have different views bout the big foyer area.

June 19, 2008 at 11:05 PMAnonymous

Just to share my views on Alila.
If one is the original owner whom bought early from the developer & selling it @ RM 480K, then, yes after deducting all the expenses, one can make more than RM 100K.
As for the carpark side by side, only the pool view & lower units are affected.
I have a unit D2, pool view/sea view. Carpark is side by side.
Sorry, I don't know how to put pictures into this blog on the grills but the second choice is a better design than the first one. The third design is for the penthouse unit.
The only thing I'm not happy abt Alila is the developer didn't provide any hot water piping / electrical point in the common bathroom. One would have to hack the wall unless one is contended with instant water shower.
I tried looking at Surin but most of the good units were taken up during their soft launch. They buyers have the cheek to let go sub-sale for extra RM 10K, even before the launch. Got to be kidding.
No worries about Tg Bungah area. There is another coming up end of the year....
Any other info others need to know ?

June 20, 2008 at 8:59 AMAnonymous

Actually the management there is also blur blur to the max. I ask about the sliding windows and they said NO sliding windows, however when I pointed that one unit actually put sliding windows, the commented “we don’t encourage sliding windows as it may jump track and drop below”. So meaning it is ok ?? I also not sure. About the design of the grill, apparently I heard the 3rd design is for penthouse only, but when I check again the second time, they said must follow any of the 3 design. So what the heck, I am going all out for the third design, since I have seen some non penthouse units already installed it. Just my opinion, the front to back carpark should have allocated to those staying at penthouse, since they got 3 parking lots, more convenience for them compared to those with two parking lots. Anyway I feel Hunza discriminate between non penthouse and penthouse units a lot. For example, during the key handover ceremony, Penthouse owner gets to sit at nicer allocated table whereas we have to walk here and there to look for table to sit. It shouldn’t be that way, I believe I paid the same amount per / Sqft too, Hahaha. Why don’t Hunza build another special lift for them if they want to treat them more special? Hopefully no penthouse owner reading this.

Oh about the grills, pricing of grills you really have to hunt for it. I got quotation just for the main door grills ranging from 900+ to 4k+. So happy hunting!!

June 20, 2008 at 11:36 AMAnonymous

Can anyone let me know which floor can I view the 3rd design of the main grill door? And if you hve installed, (either the 2nd or 3rd design) pls advise the price as I was told it could go until 4-5K. Phew!! I have seen the sliding window and I am going for it as it looks so much better than the windows that open outwards. I have also seen a lot of units covering up about 2 feet of the wet kitchen with bricks. Definitely some cement will drop down to the floor which the management told me they will forfeit my deposit. They even said RM3K may not be enough for them! They said if we dont follow the restrictions set by them, they will not return our RM3K. Is that true? Can someone comment on this? I feel that I am being bullied just bcos I am a lady. Anonymous AA.

June 20, 2008 at 12:38 PMAnonymous

Anonymous AA. I have mentioned, try 5th floor block A type D for the 3rd design of the grill door. Do take a walk from floor to floor, u can get more ideas.

June 20, 2008 at 12:42 PMAnonymous

By the way AA, did u talk to the malay lady? She is a bit hard....and like to talk unitl like she the boss. hehehe. Try talking to someone else, and u will find possibilities open up.

June 20, 2008 at 6:24 PMAnonymous

Thks for all the advise. I will take a tour this weekend from floor to floor. Agreed that the malay lady talks as if she is hunza's boss. haha
All Alila owners, have a great weekend! Anonymous AA

June 22, 2008 at 2:36 PMAnonymous

I went to see D4 unit today. I prefer the one facing the hill. Large and bright kitchen compare to the rest of the units,with small and dark kitchen. The one facing the sea as well is very hot in the afternoon.One unit up for sale at RM 490k. Have placed a deposit for this unit facing the Hill. Selling price at RM 490k. Still worthwhile as price of material have gone up. At least my purchase is secure. Am sure it will go up again later. Not keen on Surin as still another 2 to 3 years wait. Anything can happen to the project.

June 22, 2008 at 5:21 PMAnonymous

Hi above purchase of D4 (490k). May I know which floor and block you purchase? Hope you can share your opinion why you think 490k is worth buying? I am not against alila or anyone, just want to look at things from your perspective as I am also interested in alila hill view as well due to morning sun.

June 25, 2008 at 3:01 PMAnonymous

Just a sharing, if plan to purchase all furnitures to move in, plan a trip to China Furniture city is a good choice... you will save atleast 30%.

June 25, 2008 at 5:09 PMAnonymous

your 30% less all transportation cost? maybe u can share the catalog and we tumpang you to buy.

June 25, 2008 at 11:48 PMAnonymous

China Furniture City? Where about is it in China? I agree with you. Not only furnitures, even taps/vanity basins and other household goods are more than 40% cheaper and this already includes the freight cost. However, make sure you buy a lot otherwise not worth making the trip all the way to China. Anonymous AA

June 27, 2008 at 12:09 PMAnonymous

no need catalogue, you just check from the furniture shop in the town, normaly can find in China as well, I plan to go on December, if anyone of you are interesting, then we can go together, more people buy more saving, we can bargain the transportation fees.... but I strongly agree if just purchase one set sofa, better purchase here, no point go China., unless you tumpang... hehe....

July 7, 2008 at 4:27 PMAnonymous

Now still considering to buy a unit at Alila. Saw the seaview & hillview. Prefer hillview with morning sun. Seaview has afternoon sun, so hot and warm. Different unit with different design. Take the corner one as it has bigger and spacious kitchen area. The seaview is no seaview at all. The sea is so so so FAR away. The construction material is going up.Perhaps MYR480K offer to me looks ok.

July 7, 2008 at 6:28 PMAnonymous

If you like hillview then go ahead, no need to talk trash about other view.

July 7, 2008 at 9:26 PMAnonymous

BLR is going up soon, like to reach 12%. 1997 economic crisis taught us good lessons, those investor bought with BLR-x.x might find it more appealing to dump their unit off with slimmer profit margin. Wierd theory ya!!...Bet on the history.

July 8, 2008 at 8:45 AMAnonymous

OMG!! Anyone realize Boon Siew Group is so inconsiderate. They put their indo worker just right next to Alila. Started building their squatters about a week ago. Now really look horrible and smell too. Anyone knows how long will it going to be?

July 10, 2008 at 10:33 PMAnonymous

Dear Anoymous,

Boon Siew has got their Indo quaters up the hill long time ago.

July 13, 2008 at 8:28 PMAnonymous

Does anyone knows what will be the phase 3 development at Alila?
Do you think the resale price that called for RM460is reasonable for 1388sqf units?

July 22, 2008 at 10:52 AMAnonymous

dear speculators / agents

thanks for all those wild speculations and making massive false demands,im now 100k richer.

July 22, 2008 at 11:14 AMAnonymous

In term of housing layout, most of the types have reasonable room size and nice kitchen-dining layout. But personally thinking, the balcony is about 70-80% the size of the living room (seem relatively congested), what's the frequency of balcony usage? No comment about the pricing, but the balcony layout have me think twice. Surin, worst, about 200 sf wasted on foyer... 5 yrs later i gotta hack to make full use of the space. Any other recomendations for project with nice internal layout and good location? 1400-1500sf wanted.

August 10, 2008 at 1:27 AMAnonymous

I am very disappointed over the way Hunza handled outside contractors. Priorities are given to their own in-house contractors with minimum restrictions but my contractor is having hell of the time with them over small matters. No wonder outside contractors are rude with them. The saying goes if you want to demand respect, you must respect others too.

August 10, 2008 at 5:13 AMAnonymous

what problems are u having, as my (outside) renovator is having none.

August 10, 2008 at 11:44 AMAnonymous

An advice to those who wish to use outside constractors. You may consider renovating your house 2~3 months later when the renovation 'heat' is over. You know what i meant...Nobody will disturb you which I plan to do for my property.

August 11, 2008 at 3:06 PMAnonymous

If by 2-3 months later you are the only one renovating, I believe they will stricter and more there will be more pairs of eyes on your unit. Can someone share with me whether those units who doesnt follow the management's requirements of putting casing window at the wet kitchen and also the same wrought iron door in front got back their deposit of RM3000?

August 12, 2008 at 11:04 AMAnonymous

There shouldnt be any problem with different windows and wrougt grill. mostly u dont get back your deposit if you had drill a hole through the structure beam or have substantially mess up your surrounding area. People who drill a hole through the structure beam really have no concern of the building safety, only care about their unit look beautiful. Damn i saw a unit doing that.

August 12, 2008 at 11:44 PMAnonymous

It's alright to get your own outside contractor as I think Hunza allowed since Day 1. But everyone has to follow the design on wrought iron. They have 3 design for u to choose. Failing to do so, I think they would forfeit your deposit of RM 3000. As for your windows, I think Hunza is not particular on it so long as u don't change the cosmetic/original plan of it. If in doubt, just check with the management office in Block B.
I am following the Hunza rules as I don't have extra $$ to donate my RM 3000 to them.

August 13, 2008 at 11:48 PMAnonymous

It is quite difficult to follow exactly the 3 choices. As long as it is wrought iron and the design is quite similar, should be OK. I hve seen a few units installed stainless steel instead of wrought iron. As for the wet kitchen, the management told me I must install case window as they do not allow sliding windows. Well, I did see a few units installing sliding windows as well. The house rules stated no renovation should be done at areas that can be seen from outside. I also noticed different units have different design at the foyer. Not easy to control, ya. However, if the management comes out with thousand and one excuses of forfeting my deposit, I will go after them. It is not a small sum and I am good enough to follow at least 90% of their rules as of now.

August 13, 2008 at 11:55 PMAnonymous

To Alila residents who are now residing there, can you pls share your comments how's life in this new place? How's the facilities area? Are they well taken care of?
Noticed that occupancy is only abt 30% to 40% as there are still plenty of units untouched. Do they belong to foreigners or investors?

August 14, 2008 at 9:33 AMAnonymous

No sure it is because of the amount of renovation going on or the cleaning service not on par. Sometime find that certain areas are not well maintained, for example the pool itself at times look murky and algae surrounding it. The pond fountain always fails to run continuously, few days ago it wasn’t running and we can smell horrible smell coming from it. Other than that, still a lost of dust spreading here and there, have to sweep constantly to feel comfortable and also the lift stink with cigarette most of the time. I just can’t wait for the renovation heat to be over, so everyone can have a more comfortable living.

August 14, 2008 at 12:34 PMAnonymous

Yes, the pond stinks most of the time.I saw hundreds of tadpoles swimming in the pond. Just imagine when they are big, you can see hundreds of toads jumping around and enjoying the facilities !! Nice landscaping but not easy to maintain. The management will hve to think of something to ensure the pond is clean. This is their responsibility. They came up with such landscaping so they must have a solution. One more thing, I believe the renovation heat will last at least for the 1st year as 60% of units are still untouched. Gosh!

August 14, 2008 at 3:09 PMAnonymous

I dont mind a low occupancy. Im not sure have u seen before swimming pool full of people, especially weekend. Nowadays, worst, swimming pool got no maintenence at all. Saw how the workers clean the swimming pool?? Today saw them cleaning in the morning, thinking of taking a pic. Who knows the workers missing since then! I like the environment at night, it really the best moment you can relax. All the facilities, gym room, outdoor gym,landscape, car park, playground, for me, so far good. Ya, really hope the reno heat will over. Cant stand the noise pollution anymore. Hope the management will read this blog and improve themselves. Oh not to forget, the malay girl in the management office, dun act like boss, be more polite if not you got complaints soon!

August 17, 2008 at 6:20 PMAnonymous

I have visited just about every property blog in Penang, it seems every condo owner is talking of renovating. Most of the condo are brand new or just a few years old and why is there any need to renovate, when one just spent some hundred thousand of dollars. Sorry for I am not familiar with the situation. Could someone kindly please explain

August 18, 2008 at 9:40 AMAnonymous

People nowadays very rich....hahaha. No la, some basic things still need to renovate..i.e kitchen cabinet, additional power point, relocate power point, plaster ceiling, build in furniture, lighting, grill for door and windows and new cot of paint. Beside that, some really like to change the whole perspective of the whole unit, i.e make some room bigger by taking down some walls.

August 18, 2008 at 5:10 PMAnonymous

Thank you for the information, re: renovation

August 18, 2008 at 10:21 PMAnonymous

re renovation

For me the price, the location and the size suits me that is why i bought it. With that, I changed it into my dream home. My dream kitchen, my dream toilet, my dream bedroom, my dream living room etc etc..A dream home I look forward to go home to. Or course within my budget. :))

August 25, 2008 at 8:48 AMAnonymous

Anyone willing to share how much they were charge for installation of storage water heater tank. I was quoted RM350 for installation not including the tank.

August 27, 2008 at 10:04 AMJoyce

Hi, anyone know how much is the Erva I penthouse?


August 27, 2008 at 7:53 PMAnonymous

Installation of water tank is about RM 200. Depends on your plumber. Mind u, the common bathroom doesn't come with hot water piping.
Hunza gave a letter to all owners urging them not to hang their laundry clothes in the balcony bec it's horrible & would drop in value for property. Now, dear hunza management, how does one expect to dry their clothes when the wet kitchen has NO sun ?? Hunza providing all owners a dryer ??

August 28, 2008 at 8:49 AMAnonymous

Thanks for the info….and I total agreed with you on hanging the clothes on the balcony, nevertheless although hanging at balcony is unavoidable due to unavailable of other place to dry your clothes, one must be also be considerate not to over hang all over the balcony railing.

August 28, 2008 at 10:28 AMFelix The Cat

erghhh....hanging clothes on the balcony is a total eyesore. yeaks....even Bayswater have that problem.

August 28, 2008 at 11:13 AMAnonymous

regarding this habit of hanging clothes in balcony and even on balcony railing...well what can we expect from most malaysian..claim to be educated , have money but as always uncultured..ill-mannered, consideration for others..behave as though they own the whole place...etc as it is said money cannot buy you breeding..

August 28, 2008 at 1:06 PMAnonymous

agree there is no sun at the wet kitchen but you need not have to hang your clothes at the balcony. i am sure you would also want your unit to look neat. you can still dry your clothes at the balcony by using the mobile hanger. no one can see them from outside. i hve seen a unit drying their clothes this way. pls cooperate.

August 28, 2008 at 1:57 PMAnonymous

if people can afford a place like alila, surely they can afford to buy a dryer too...for instance samsung or lg clothes dryer..but as usual typical malaysians...wont spend money on such things..rather buy expensive cars..funny really some people live in condos that cost about 140-160k but drive bmw mercedes, 4x4 wd which cost much more than their condo and also in condo will be full of family members...parents, children indon servant of course, grandparents too..all cramped sense of privacy/ hokkiens say..."pang sai" also can do malaysians put up with such conditions...its not as though they cannot afford a bigger condo or house...again...privacy and individual space is not a priority here...still have kampung mentality

August 28, 2008 at 2:21 PMAnonymous

Please la, doesnt mean you are rich and stay in condo you should use a dryer. And doesnt mean you are educated you dont hang your clothes at the balcony. And doesnt mean you are malaysian you do that. Even some foreigner stay there also agreed on getting their clothes dry by the natural ways.

August 28, 2008 at 2:39 PMAnonymous

if I am paying so much for the condo, I can certainly do what I wish within my compound. If you like smelly laundry, go ahead to use dryer.

August 28, 2008 at 3:17 PMAnonymous

thats precisely my point...malaysian attitude...please remember the rules and etiquette regarding living in condos...this attitude of "i can do what i like in my compound is selfish, self-centred"...becos what u do affects others..especially in a condo which is basically one residential block divided into units...please grow up

August 28, 2008 at 3:40 PMAnonymous

If my clothes which hang on the hanger was too "eye-catching" for you, i think u shd consider buying a hse and not a condo. Or maybe u can sponsor every unit a cheap dryer instead?! Thanks first ya! Anyway, if no one put a stick out to hang the clothes or hang on the balcony railing, it's still ok. At least u can put it aside the hanger if u are not using it! And, it's still very neat rite? Oh, and u said can affort staing at condo but cant afford to buy dryer? That means staying in condo, must wear branded, use branded stuff, randed furnitures,then u will look so ALILA?

August 28, 2008 at 5:21 PMAnonymous

Wow people...the things that going to bring down the value of the property is all the cracks appearing around the units, the freq failure of the pond & swimming pool pump and the eye sore of indo quarters next to alila. This should be the consider of the management, not all the branded clothes hanging at the balcony. They should focus more on these issue, instead of blaming the resident.

August 28, 2008 at 5:22 PMAnonymous

see for yourself, if baywater resident hang their clothes at balcony....anyone able to get a cheap unit there now? I dont think so.

August 29, 2008 at 12:28 PMAnonymous

I live my life n you live yours.

September 5, 2008 at 10:33 PMJulie

The management won't issue the letter reminding not to hang laundry at balcony if there's no complaint from residents. The management acts on behalf of all residents so, it's not right to blame it on the management!
Mobile hanger will be a good solution instead of hanging it at the balcony railing.

September 5, 2008 at 11:16 PMJulie

The cracks are not the fault of the management but due to those purchasers that chose to completely 'rebuild' their units using 'jack-hammer's' and etc.

The management has taken necessary actions on the fish pond which is working well, the water is clean and clear and the fish are happy and not complaining anymore!
The swimming pool has had teething problems due to the use of the sand filtration system. This has been rectified. If you don't believe me go to any swimming pool in the UK and compare the state of those places in a so called "developed and cultured country"

Re: the Indon quarters. These are built on land not belonging to Hunza/Alila and is therefore not under the jurisdiction of the management.

The bottom line is not the management always blaming the resident but the resident always blaming the management. Even some residents using threatening behavior to them. People are always quick to complain but slow to commend.
When complaints are made there are procedures to follow and sometimes delays are due to the fact that approval has to come from Hunza top management before repairs and rectification of problems can be carried out.

If issues get so escalated (ie to the press) at the end of the day it will be the purchasers that will end up the losers.

October 27, 2008 at 1:12 PMDeborah


Not to pour cold water on u but I doubt it that u will be able to find any unit from Alila Horizon which will go below RM 400K & below. Good luck.

October 27, 2008 at 4:13 PMFaryna

Yea.....some of the units are doing 450k and above.

January 6, 2009 at 2:00 PMAnonymous

Now Alila RM440K also, demand is very-very less and ppl are not focusing on it now.. wonder y.. beside from economy down..

January 22, 2009 at 9:37 PMAnonymous

Dear Anonymous above,

What do you expect to get with 300K, condo? What size you are looking at?

How about 500k? Are you looking for semi-D? Or buying 2 condos with this amount.

Something to share:

FYI, Penang property price has not drop as much as in Singapore and in fact the price is still holding. Even if it drops, a 1400 sqft condo in good location easily cost you RM 450k and above. Furthermore no seaview.

Btw, I am curious why you highlighted that Pg property prices have fallen considerably. Good location properties will hold up.

Anyway good luck to you!

March 28, 2009 at 8:53 PMBuyer

May I know what is the launching price for Block A lower ground seaview Dahlia II? and also Block A hillside view?

April 1, 2009 at 4:08 PMfuturehome

hw much is a unit there? plz i would luv 2 know wad's d price. tnks.

April 1, 2009 at 4:10 PMfuturehome

i was just wondering hw much is a unit there. because i have a friend who is very much interested about this place. please do get back to me ASAP. thanks.

April 3, 2009 at 11:14 AMJoanna

again has anyone visited the site lately especially during the afternoon until 7pm? the entire block is facing afternoon sun starting from 1pm to 7pm daily man. Your balcony is really a sun baking oven man.

April 3, 2009 at 11:15 AMJoanna

and also the pool area is very humid during evening time.

April 7, 2009 at 12:22 PMpgg

Joanna, you mentioned full seaview but will the view potentially be blocked as there are some greens still in front of Surin across Jalan Batu Ferringhi from the beach, according to the satellite maps. the view potentially may be blocked in the future.

April 25, 2009 at 12:14 PMSmart

Hi Guys,

can anyone tell me what is the correct price in Alila now? It is because one of the agent told me that the price had dropped from peak time of RM490,000 to RM550,000 to now only RM420,000.

and some more one unit with fully furnish sold at only RM510,000 by a Mak Salleh recently.

August 4, 2009 at 11:14 PMRick

How much is Type 1, 1356sqft cost?
Will 480K cost too much for original unit?
As i found out from the valuers that they are only offering 450K, which means to buy it, i need to fork out extra 30K + 10% (if i get 90% loan)? How come the price is so high now? I check the facilities are not so high class as it seems to be. Any advise on the value? If anyone can give a cheaper price, please let me know.

August 6, 2009 at 6:52 PMRick

There seems to be a big price gap between the smaller size and bigger ones. Went to see it, Realize that the smaller size has SUPERB view especially at night whilst those at hill view SUX, come on, who's going to pay 450K++ for a balcony view which sees the rock!! if it's a hill with tree's it's ok, too bad the view has been cemented or otherwise roof top! I rather pay more for those sea views but anyhow, the price is too high, 500K for 1300 unit? no doubt the location is cool! I love this place! Saving up to get one!

May 3, 2011 at 9:08 AMLeonard

Owners in AH do not like short term rental. Word is that they will install a finger print reader to excess into the building. All residents will have their finger print registered upon moving in. This will create inconvenience to short term rental people…
I honestly think this is a good idea. Short term tenant will bring down the price of the property.

May 22, 2012 at 8:41 AMFelix The Cat

Cash is King

Size 3100sf
Renovated and fully furnished
With a great view....

Market value RM1.65million

SOLD at RM1million...CASH.

This is really a story of the RICH GETS RICHER.

January 11, 2015 at 12:57 PMAnonymous

i dont know what all the fuss is about. I have penthouse in A bought for 765K recently valued at 2M - that's with the current phase 3 building going on. WHen compelted, expect alila horizon penthouses to go for 2.5

July 29, 2015 at 2:58 PMMarcus Keoh

Buyer Looking for Alila Horizon block A - High floor - unit 3 / 3a for sale???

pls contact Marcus 016-459 6777

January 8, 2016 at 2:32 PMah pang

Alila horizon unit at tanjung bungah
- 1388sqf
- fully renovated
- fully furnished
- 2 cars park
- block b
Selling price 960k nego

January 8, 2016 at 6:38 PMAnonymous

alila horizon unit for sale
fully renovated and fully furnished,
excellent condition, tastefully decorated,teak furniture, signature kitchen and built-in wardrobes, must view to appreciate.
2 covered car park spaces
A-block, middle floor, unit overlooks alila homes(not seaview).
selling price rm900k nego
please contact 0143477657 for appointment

January 22, 2016 at 7:26 PMandrew chong

Any Surin for rent or for sale?
Do contact me at 011-12481132 or

January 26, 2016 at 4:19 PMGordon

Fully renovated and furnished unit asking RM835K nego.
Viewing contact Gordon 012-5200450

March 19, 2016 at 4:25 PMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,356 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- renovated
- furnished
- move in condition
- sea view, garden view & pool view
- with facilities
- To Let at RM 2,500

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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April 5, 2016 at 1:43 PMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,356 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- renovated with built-in wardrobe (all bedrooms)
- dry & wet kitchen
- furnished
- move in condition
- lower floor
- pool view & sea view
- welcome to co-broke
- To Let at RM 1,800

Fong Sien
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April 28, 2016 at 10:50 AMpris

Unit for sale

3103 sf , single level
4 bed/3+1 bath
Hill and Seaview
Fully renovated
3 car Parks
Asking Rm 2.1 mil
Call Priscilla 0124306788
One Asia Property Consultants (Pg) Sdn Bhd

May 13, 2016 at 12:47 PMdarold tan

Dear Owners,
I have a serious client is looking this area. If you intend to sell your property please kindly contact Darold Tan at 016-493 2520 /

May 18, 2016 at 10:01 AMAnthony

I have some units for sale and rent Pls call or watsapp Anthony from Popular Realty. 0124333370 or 0124338798. U can also email to TQ
Will try my best to negotiate for u. TQ and have a nice day.

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June 2, 2016 at 12:20 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,388 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- fully renovated
- furnished
- move in condition
- high floor
- hill view
- near to TAR College & Tenby School
- welcome to co-broke
- For Sale at RM 920,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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June 2, 2016 at 12:23 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,367 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- renovated
- furnished
- 1 locker
- pool view, sea view & hill view
- welcome to co-broke
- For Sale at RM 880,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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June 8, 2016 at 11:41 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,421 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated
- furnished
- high floor
- hill view
- For Sale at RM 970,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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June 20, 2016 at 1:14 AMdarold tan

Dear Buyer,
I have GOOD BUY UNITS for sale
- 1367sf
- 3 rooms 2 bathrooms
- Hill View
- Renovated & Furnished
- Middle floor
- 2 car parks ( Side by Side )
Asking ONLY 850K NEGO


Please contact Darold Tan
016-493 2520 /

June 20, 2016 at 6:47 PMJaycus

Few unit on hand !!!

For sale RM850K
For rent RM2500pm

Kindly contact Jaycus 0172262899

June 22, 2016 at 4:51 PMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,421 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated & furnished
- hill view
- with condominium facilities
- For Sale at RM 850,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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June 22, 2016 at 9:17 PMdarold tan

Dear Buyer,
I have GOOD BUY UNITS for sale
- 1367sf
- 3 rooms 2 bathrooms
- Hill View
- Renovated & Furnished
- Middle floor
- 2 car parks ( Side by Side )
Asking ONLY 850K NEGO


Please contact Darold Tan
016-493 2520 /

June 29, 2016 at 1:53 AMdarold tan

Dear Buyer,
I have GOOD BUY UNITS for sale
- 1367sf
- 3 rooms 2 bathrooms
- Hill View
- Renovated & Furnished
- Middle floor
- 2 car parks ( Side by Side )
Asking ONLY 850K NEGO


Please contact Darold Tan
016-493 2520 /

July 12, 2016 at 10:10 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,388 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated
- partially furnished
- hill view
- near to TAR College & Tenby School
- To Let at RM 2,000
- For Sale at RM 850,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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July 12, 2016 at 10:26 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,249 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated
- furnished
- tenanted till December 2016
- near to TAR College & Tenby School
- For Sale at RM 800,000 negotiable

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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July 12, 2016 at 11:00 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,388 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated
- very well maintain
- seaview, pool view & hill view
- near to Tenby School & Tar College
- with condominium facilities
- For Sale at RM 970,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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July 12, 2016 at 11:08 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,421 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated
- furnished
- high floor
- hill view
- For Sale at RM 970,000

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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July 12, 2016 at 11:11 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,388 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- fully renovated
- furnished
- move in condition
- high floor
- hill view
- near to TAR College & Tenby School
- welcome to co-broke
- For Sale at RM 920,000 negotiable

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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July 17, 2016 at 6:08 PMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,421 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- 1 locker
- renovated & furnished
- hill view
- freehold
- with condominium facilities
- For Sale at RM 850,000

Fong Sien
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August 6, 2016 at 4:05 PMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- Block A
- 1,367 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- renovated & furnished
- middle floor
- sea view
- move in condition
- with condominium facilities
- welcome to co-broke
- To Let at RM 3,000 negotiable

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
H/P : (016) 492-7181

September 8, 2016 at 10:59 AMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- Block A
- 1,388 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- renovated & furnished
- move in condition
- middle floor
- hill view
- with condominium facilities
- To Let at RM 2,500
- For Sale at RM 950,000 negotiable

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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September 20, 2016 at 6:07 PMFong Sien

Alila Horizon, Tg Bungah, Penang

- 1,388 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 2 car parks
- renovated
- furnished
- move in condition
- high floor
- seaview, pool view & hill view
- with condominium facilities
- To Let at RM 2,800 negotiable

Fong Sien
Rich Hill Realty
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September 26, 2016 at 2:25 PMah pang

one unit for sale
- 1421sqf
- Tower A
- Fully Renovated
- Fully Furnished
- nice unit
- Middle Floor
Selling 899k nego

Hi, Call or Whatsapp me, if interested...Phang 0164704702 From Real Estate agent, Thanks..........

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October 13, 2016 at 5:29 PMAnthony

I have some units for sale. Pls call or watsapp Anthony from Popular Realty. 0124333370 or 0124338798.
Price Range from 820k to 900k. Renovated Unit
Penthouse 1.9mil
For rent 2.3k to 3k
Will try my best to negotiate for u. TQ and have a nice day.

October 23, 2016 at 10:44 AMRobert Low

For Rent - RM 2.6k Per Month
Furnished and renovated

Robert 0125524555

November 23, 2016 at 3:16 PMSwee Thai

1 unit Alila Horizons Condo for Sale:

- low floor, Dahlia II type
- built-up area: 1367sf
- 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
- fully renovated fully furnished
- 2 designated indoor parking bays
- selling price: RM850k negotiable

Interested buyer, please contact:

ST Lim

December 1, 2016 at 10:31 AMAnthony

I have some units for sale and rent. Pls call or watsapp Anthony from Popular Realty. 0124333370 or 0124338798. U can also email to TQ
Will try my best to negotiate for u. TQ and have a nice day.

Owners who are willing to let go or rent can contact me too. TQ