Located off the coast of Johor with the towers of Singapore visible in the distance, Sebana Cove is a resort development housed in a natural tropical setting. Pentago was invited to design the master plan and landscape of the initial site and worked closely with GDP Architects and Ted Parslow, who designed the eighteen-hole golf course.
The resort incorporates a substantial clubhouse and two equally large lagoon pools. Existing and transplanted oil palms, which were readily available and grew well in the swampland, became a signature for the resort. Locally obtained quarry rocks used in the detailing of the landscape proved to be very economical and practical, giving a local flavour, and yet an elegant outcome.
|Type of Development||Golf Course, Marina & Clubhouse|
|Land Size||320 acres|
|Scope of Work||Landscape Architecture|