The future vision for KUR-World has come from almost two years of site assessments, planning, and the evaluation of countless ideas.
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This body of work inspired the vision to create a future destination which focuses on four key lifestyle themes:
- Luxury eco-tourism
- Education and business
- Rejuvenation, health and wellbeing
- Adventure and recreation
The master plan for KUR-World has identified two distinct zones on the site: Serenity and Spirit.
Most of the development will be contained in the northern zone, Serenity, where large scale farming and agriculture has occurred since the 1800s.
In contrast, the southern zone, Spirit, is a landscape of steep hills, towering rainforest and pristine natural habitat which has remained largely untouched, and as a result, activity in this area will focus on low impact adventure and nature-based activities.
Consideration has also been given to expanding what the region has to offer, rather than replicating what is already here. For example, KUR-World will add to the region’s range of tourism offerings with – amongst other things - a world class equestrian centre and a health and wellbeing medical retreat with bioresearch facility and Chinese medicinal herb garden, all planned for “Serenity”.
The region’s first world-class equestrian centre
A health and wellbeing medical retreat with a bioresearch facility