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UEM Sunrise Launches #MustCariOng-themed Chinese New Year Campaign


UEM Sunrise’s Chinese New Year campaign themed #MustCariOng. Homebuyers will stand a chance to win attractive prizes, deals and angpows such as a Thermomix TM6, an iPhone 12 and angpows worth up to RM38,888.

5 February, KUALA LUMPUR – UEM Sunrise Berhad, one of Malaysia’s leading property developers, launches a brand-new campaign in time for the Chinese New Year festive season, promising stress-free benefits, rebates and lucky draw goodies worth up to RM38,888 for homebuyers.

In a campaign themed #MustCariOng (MCO) as a spark of positivity and good festive cheer during the ongoing Movement Control Order to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, UEM Sunrise will be hosting a series of digital activities that aim to put a smile on the public and homebuyers’ faces.

Homebuyers will stand a chance to win attractive prizes, including a Thermomix TM6, an iPhone 12, or angpow rebates worth up to RM38,888 off their next UEM Sunrise home purchase in a Chinese New Year lucky draw, upon signing the Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA) before March 31.

In addition to the prizes and goodies, UEM Sunrise is collaborating with a popular content creator and comedian Harvinth Skin who will be featured in a series of videos as a Feng Shui Master – Master See Beh Huat. The “#1 Indian Feng Shui Master” will share his pearls of wisdom on how everyone can find prosperity or ‘ong’ and happiness in the coming Year of the Ox with some property and interior design tips and tricks, peppered with thigh-slapping hilarity.

Popular influencer and content creator Harvinth Skin who plays the role as Feng Shui Master, See Beh Huat in UEM Sunrise’s #MustCariOng campaign video.

For the #MustCariOng campaign, UEM Sunrise is also offering stress-free waivers on SPA and loan legal fees, and stamp duty waivers under the HOC campaign on 18 high-quality projects in the central and southern regions. Lucky homebuyers of selected properties will also receive free maintenance fees up to two years and 24 months of free TM Unifi broadband subscription starting from the date of vacant possession.

There will also be goodies aplenty for the public. Answer a series of Chinese New Year-themed questions at the ‘Huat Quiz’ and be one of the 100 to win RM 10 Touch N’ Go e-pin vouchers.

“Despite the current Movement Control Order (MCO), we still aim to bring the festive cheer and spirit of Chinese New Year to the public and our customers right to their homes through our attractive rewards and fun-filled digital content,” said UEM Sunrise Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Wong.

“With the success of last year’s ‘The Happy Chase’ campaign, UEM Sunrise stays motivated in giving everyone the opportunity to purchase their dream homes through simple and stress-free steps, whether they are young, new, matured or seasoned homebuyers,” he added.

UEM Sunrise will be spreading physically-distanced cheer by inviting everyone to the virtual Chinese New Year Open House on the Company’s website where users are free to explore featured properties in search of their dream homes. Users can navigate to different rooms in each project via virtual 360° show unit tours and a “Chief Happiness Officer” digital avatar will accompany them throughout the journey. Subsequently, users can schedule follow-up appointments with the Company’s sales representatives via video conferencing for more detailed information on the exciting properties.

Several UEM Sunrise’s prominent properties such as the Residensi AVA, Solaris Parq, Allevia and KAIA Heights in the central region, and Aspira ParkHomes and Senadi Hills in Iskandar Puteri, Johor, are offering attractive bargains for this festive season.

Residensi AVA, the eco-living condominium suite is the first phase of the master development of Kiara Bay, located next to the Kepong Metropolitan Park in heart of Kepong. The upcoming KAIA Heights is in Equine Park within Seri Kembangan. Combining hilltop and nature living, KAIA Heights offers stunning surrounding views of greater Klang Valley. In the affluent and matured neighbourhood of Mont’ Kiara, UEM Sunrise continues to make its stamp as its pioneer developer with offerings including Allevia and Solaris Parq, providing residents with a blend of luxury and ease of accessibility to prime business, educational and retail landmarks.

Meanwhile, in the Johor international city of Iskandar Puteri, just a stone’s throw away from Singapore, UEM Sunrise will continue to spotlight attractive projects such as Aspira ParkHomes as a freehold gated community that embodies an urban green living concept where the community is teeming with urban farms, herb gardens, verdant parks, and beautifully designed community facilities. Senadi Hills is exclusively designed with security and nature and greenery in mind. It is a freehold development with easy access to expressways and close to retail and leisure outlets, healthcare facilities, and education institutions.

Log on to the website to join in UEM Sunrise’s Virtual Chinese New Year Open House and to participate in the Huat Quiz. Aspiring homeowners can take this golden opportunity to kickstart the process of owning a dream home with UEM Sunrise while being in the running for fabulous rewards and prizes.

The #MustCariOng campaign ends 31 March 2021, offering these 18 attractive developments at the Central and Southern regions:

i. Allevia

ii. Residensi AVA

iii. KAIA Heights

iv. Solaris Parq

v. Verdi

vi. Verna

i. Almas Suites

ii. Aspira Gardens

iii. Aspira LakeHomes

iv. Aspira ParkHomes 3B

v. Bayu Angkas

vi. Estuari Gardens

vii. Residensi Ledang

viii. Senadi Hills

ix. Serimbun

x. Teega Suites

xi. The Maris

xii. Twin Villas

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