As the boat club and commercial village are both missing from the latest brochure published by GCD, some of you may want to see this screen grab one more time before the said facilities (highlighted in green at left) are removed. While in the website, click to view the concept.
It has been said the accuracy of GCROA’s blog is questionable. I hope we will get to know which is more accurate, GCD’s website or GCD’s brochure. I guess one shouldn’t throw stones if one lives in a glass house.
Thanks to yfyin for the information regarding another website and this one is even more bizarre. I think it is an earlier site that no one bothered to delete. On this page, http://www.glenmariecove.com.my/river/index.html, the reader will see this:
There’s a river and the wide-open sea waiting to be explored, and Glenmarie Cove’s Boat Club is the perfect place to get started. Launch and dock your own boats here at this exclusive residents’ club. Take a romantic river cruise and watch the sunset on the water. Rent a speedboat or kayak for a trip out to the open sea of the Straits of Malacca or neighbouring Carey Island to see the sights.
|River & Open-Sea Fishing
Glenmarie Cove is your gateway to fishes galore. Grab your fishing gear and head on out to the boardwalk for an impromptu fishing trip. Hop into a speedboat and try your luck further along the river, or even venture out for some open-sea fishing on the Straits of Malacca.
A Whole New Shopping Experience
| Wine & Dine
Take some time out and pamper the gourmet in you at the tempting array of cafes and restaurants within the commercial precinct. Glenmarie Cove’s riverfront location means you can tuck into the freshest seafood around, right on the water’s edge.
Except for the blurb on Fishing, the other highlights simply do not exist. Doesn’t someone check inaccuracies like these?