MQDC and The Forestias lead Thai real estate with 5 Dot Property Thailand awards 2021

MQDC and The Forestias lead Thai real estate with 5 Dot Property Thailand awards 2021

The Forestias by MQDC represented by Mr. Kittiphun Ouiyamaphun, Senior Vice President (5th from left), Mr. Nares Washirpantsakul, Vice President (6th from left), and Ms. Ruedeekorn Onsawat, Senior Vice President, Marketing, MQDC (4th from left), received 5 awards for MQDC at the Dot Property Thailand Awards 2021 at Park Hyatt Bangkok.

MQDC won “Developer of the Year” and its The Forestias, a world-first forested urban district, won 4 awards: “Best Green Development”, “Best Innovative Development”, “Best Sustainable Residential Development”, and “People Choice Award for Project of the Year”, chosen by public vote.

Now in its 6th year, the Dot Property Awards honours the best real estate across Southeast Asia. Founded by the Dot Property Group, the respected awards recognise the best projects using its network of 10 property portals and associated user data.

The Forestias spans 398 rai at Bangna-Trad KM7. The project has 56% green space and is the world’s first district where nature and humans coexist under the concept of “For All Well-Being” with every element for health, well-being, and quality of life.

The Forestias is a sustainable urban project with a wide range of amenities, including for leisure, shopping, sport, and culture with extensive healthcare and wellness facilities. Residential projects include Whizdom, with new-generations condos for living close to nature. Mulberry Grove condominiums and villas bring happiness to all generations by fostering strong family bonds. The Aspen Tree is a community with services and lifetime care for older adults. Six Senses Residences offer upscale living in the heart of nature.

Book a private visit to The Forestias by MQDC at its Call Center on 1265 or at https://mqdc.com/our-business/theme-project/theforestias

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