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Desa Parkcity

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The 473-acre Desa ParkCity is not just another residential enclave within a gated & guarded environment, embellished with extensive landscaping. It resonates from a vision to provide holistic living to its inhabitants, where lives are shared in a symbiotic relationship between humanity & the nature.
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April 28, 2020
Do you love jogging? Every night in this mall, people bring pets for walks and jogging. #park #market #coffeshop #bar #pets
January 2, 2020
A happening place where you can spend time with family for food, relaxing and strolling along the park with peace away from the busy city life.
Kah Vern
Kah Vern
December 6, 2019
Its a park located bear the residence of Desa Park City, if you are a dog lover , a good place to bring your dog to come and mingle with other dogs. And the park is very well maintained , perfect for a stroll at night especially with a date
November 9, 2018
well-lit park and safe place for jogging
December 4, 2017
nice environment with the lake and serene environment housing area.

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