Undersight House / Phrydy Assun@Johnny... [et al.]

Assun@Johnny, Phrydy and Paungin, Sherrie Ellen and Joidin, Siti Nadiya and Midi, Laura Edorra (2013) Undersight House / Phrydy Assun@Johnny... [et al.]. [Entrepreneurship Project] (Unpublished)


The name of the company is, undersight house where we build a house underground. We were inspired by the 'rumah terbalik' and taught that it will be better to have more unique idea and views in Sabah. This house is the first in Malaysia and located in Kiulu Tamparuli Sabah. Other than just the house, our surrounding is full with nature such as Kiulu River and jungle. It is a quiet place where you can hear the birds sound clearly. This kind of place is good in reducing stress and having much fun with family members, moreover our place is not that far from the water rafting place. So besides visiting our place and enjoy the nature view you can also do the water rafting. Our target market is the domestic and foreigner tourist. The domestic people will surely come and see the house because it is the first in Sabah and of course will spend time with their family on weekends because of the nature and river. For foreigner this is the kind of places and thing they were attract to come and visit Sabah. More over this will put Malaysia to the eye world and our tourism company will increase. This business has a high potential to be known and grow in the future. We believe that we can make a lot of profit with this project. Even though we do aware that we will experience a decrement at low season, but we believe that it will not be that bad and we still can recover the losses during high pick seasons. We also believe that this will be one of the best locations of holiday in Malaysia. There will be no other place feels like home other that undersight house.


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