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Old September 12th, 2017, 03:26 AM   #10541
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Typical Aeon mall design...

Inside looks ok.... exterior looks like a factory...

They could have incorporated more green element like open concept for trees and gardens indoor with nice walkways rather than build a big building and install aircon everything inside.

I always find a mixture of aircon and natural ventilation best. It can be cooling also if there are water features like fountains and waterfall
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Old September 12th, 2017, 07:14 AM   #10542
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Typical Aeon mall design...

Inside looks ok.... exterior looks like a factory...

They could have incorporated more green element like open concept for trees and gardens indoor with nice walkways rather than build a big building and install aircon everything inside.

I always find a mixture of aircon and natural ventilation best. It can be cooling also if there are water features like fountains and waterfall
Aeon done it before. but seems like dead
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Old September 14th, 2017, 03:53 PM   #10543
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https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/na...or-berkemajuan

PM dijangka rasmi Ekspo Johor Berkemajuan

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JOHOR BAHRU: Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib dijangka merasmikan Ekspo Johor Berkemajuan 2017 yang akan diadakan di Dataran Mahkota, Kota Iskandar, dekat sini selama lapan hari mulai 6 Oktober ini, dengan menumpukan kepada tiga kluster utama bagi menonjolkan Johor sebagai kuasa ekonomi Malaysia.
Majlis perasmian ekspo itu dijangka pada 7 Oktober, manakala majlis penutup akan disempurnakan oleh Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi pada 14 Oktober.
Pada majlis itu, Najib juga dijangka merasmikan Dasar Kelestarian Johor dan Program Superbumi serta melancarkan Bas Rapid Transit Pihak Berkuasa Wilayah Pembangunan Iskandar (IRDA). Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Kesihatan, Alam Sekitar, Pendidikan dan Penerangan Johor, Datuk Ayub Rahmat, berkata tiga kluster utama yang akan diketengahkan pada ekspo itu ialah kluster kerajaan negeri, Pelan Pertumbuhan Johor (PPSJ) dan Sektoral.
"Ekspo ini dianjurkan bagi meletakkan Johor di pentas global sebagai hab serantau bagi aktiviti perdagangan, industri dan inovasi bagi menunjukkan bahawa Johor adalah negeri yang paling progresif di Malaysia dengan infrastruktur serta sistem pengangkutan yang sangat maju, selain mempunyai jaringan komunikasi dan internet yang pantas dan efisien," katanya pada sidang media di sini, hari ini.
Ayub yang juga Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Hebahan dan Promosi ekspo itu, berkata kluster kerajaan negeri akan memaparkan sejarah Kesultanan Johor dan pencapaian, perancangan serta inisiatif semasa dalam mentadbir dan membangunkan negeri.
Katanya, kluster PPSJ akan mengetengahkan pencapaian dan perancangan pembangunan spesifik bagi setiap 10 daerah yang semuanya mempunyai keunikan serta potensi tersendiri.
"Kluster Sektoral pula memaparkan pelbagai insentif, skim bantuan, peluang pekerjaan dan pelbagai perkhidmatan yang ditawarkan oleh agensi yang menyertai ekspo terbabit," katanya.
Ayub berkata, menerusi ekspo itu pihaknya mahu memaklumkan kepada rakyat mengenai pelbagai program yang dijalankan oleh kerajaan negeri untuk manfaat bersama.
"Kita buat banyak perkara dalam tempoh empat tahun ini dan kita mahu maklumkan kepada rakyat. Yang penting kerajaan negeri mahu tunjuk kepada rakyat ini sebenarnya yang kita buat untuk rakyat. Kehendak dan keperluan rakyat kita cuba penuhi," katanya.
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Old September 15th, 2017, 09:07 AM   #10544
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I prefer to drive in jb...

So much more convenient and comfortable. Can sit in the comfort of my car with aircon and music.

Taking PT in jb under the heat and rain without proper walkways and shelter. Somemore have to walk so faraway to get to one place to another...

In spore it's a different story. Practically almost everywhere is covered by shelter and nice walkways. It makes taking public transport more comfortable than driving a car. But not in jb... taking public transport is like torturing myself...
uber uber cheap cheap

btw aeon at dato onn is too far for me to just 'shop' maybe pop in once.


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Old September 15th, 2017, 09:13 AM   #10545
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Gabungan AQRS falls over letter of demand for RM50m


The counter was suspended from 9am to 10am Friday. When it resumed trading, it fell six sen to RM1.69.

At 11.29am, it was down four sen to RM1.70. There were 662,700 shares done at prices ranging from RM1.68 to RM1.72.

On Thursday, Gabungan AQRS's property development unit, AQRS The Building Co Sdn Bhd (AQRSTB) has been served with a letter of demand for outstanding payment of RM50.46mil to Lien Hoe as the company allegedly defaulted on its payment schedule.

Lien Hoe, in a filing to Bursa Malaysia, said the letter of demand, served by its unit Pro-Meridian Sdn Bhd, requires AQRSTB to pay RM50mil and accrued interest of RM456,954.

However, Gabungan AQRS has refuted the claims and that it was “excessive” in a filing with Bursa Malaysia. It has also appended a schedule of repayment.

It said the schedule of repayment “clearly and expressly shows that the sum of the demand made by Pro Meridian is entirely excessive in the circumstances”.

“As such the letter of demand will be responded to appropriately and the response will include the attached schedule that will in turn form the premise of the company's firm and unequivocal denial of the said demand,” Gabungan AQRS said.

In a statement issued by Gabungan AQRS on Friday, it said the letter of demand was faxed to the office of AQRSTSB at 3.30pm and the board of directors were aware only by late evening.

"Management immediately convened an emergency meeting at 7.30 pm to urgently redress this issue. Management diligently worked through the night to prepare a counter response towards this groundless and entirely excessive claim," it said.

An announcement was uploaded to Bursa Malaysia before midnight.

The claim relates to a development agreement signed on Sept 30, 2011 for the development of “The Peak” in Johor Bahru, where Pro-Meridian is the landowner while AQRSTB is the developer.

In this initial agreement, AQRSTB is required to pay Pro-Meridian a minimum sum of RM117mil in cash as its entitlement to the revenue of the development over a period up to December 2014.

Subsequently on July 22, 2016, AQRSTB and Pro-Meridian entered into a further supplemental agreement, to among others:

a) Extend the time for completion of the development period to Dec 31, 2018; and

b) Amend the schedule for remaining unpaid balance of the minimum guaranteed amount of RM61.75mil.

According to the schedule of payment, the amount claimed by Pro-Meridian is clearly and expressively excessive and misleading in the current circumstance.

Gabungan AQRS group CEO Datuk Azizan Jaafar said: “We will take firm action to not only respond to this Letter of Demand and we have appointed Messrs Zul Rafique & Partners as our solicitors to appropriately deal with this Letter of Demand to ensure the interest and rights of the company will be at all times protected.”

Azizan added the development agreement which was first entered into on Sept 30, 2011, was prior to the listing of Gabungan AQRS on Bursa Malaysia on July 31, 2012 and involved senior management team members who have since left the group.

"Hence, a full investigation on this matter will be conducted including but not limited to, the various parties involved and the rationale for the terms and conditions as contained in the development agreement," it said.



Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/business/b...ysh0KUhyxFY.99


Seem like Iskandar Malaysia very first abandon project, not from China developer side. Is in Johor Bahru along Jalan Tebrau road side, and we will be welcoming this abandon project soon. After almost 7 years, still havent completed.

Surprise surprise Vince.
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Old September 15th, 2017, 09:20 AM   #10546
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DSA (D'Swim Academy), AEON Mall Dato Onn
The 1st Swimming Pool inside a Shopping Mall in Malaysia

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Old September 18th, 2017, 04:36 AM   #10547
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Weird...

Why can't they build a proper swimming complex at the taman neighbourhood for the public to use, to encourage public to exercise more and adopt a healthy lifestyle

Have to build a small one inside a mall?

Probably for the kids to swim while parents go shopping?
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Old September 18th, 2017, 04:49 AM   #10548
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Pavillon Holdings unit to buy Johor Bahru properties for RM52m

Time to have revamp on City Plaza and build more commercial buidlings in that area!
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Old September 18th, 2017, 09:03 AM   #10549
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Weird...

Why can't they build a proper swimming complex at the taman neighbourhood for the public to use, to encourage public to exercise more and adopt a healthy lifestyle

Have to build a small one inside a mall?

Probably for the kids to swim while parents go shopping?
they have 1 proper swimming complex @ bdo area... Many people come u know... u don't know?

or never heard of it? haha... perhaps u can come today... open till night... haha
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Old September 18th, 2017, 10:39 AM   #10550
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they have 1 proper swimming complex @ bdo area... Many people come u know... u don't know?

or never heard of it? haha... perhaps u can come today... open till night... haha
oopsss.. ur right jb citizens.. only rm10 for adult per entry on weekand, and rm8 on weekdays.. i believe Kompleks Mutiara Johor Land is the name of this 'proper swimming complex'
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Old September 18th, 2017, 10:54 AM   #10551
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7 existing Swimming Pool Complex that is clean and accessible in Johor Bahru :

1) Educity Sports Complex, Iskandar Puteri
2) Tun Aminah Swimming Pool, Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, Skudai
3) Kompleks Mutiara Johor Land, Bandar Dato' Onn
4) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Swimming Pool, Skudai
5) Daiman Johor Jaya Sports Complex, Taman Johor Jaya
6) Horizon Hills Swimming Pool, Iskandar Puteri
7) IOI Palm Villa Putra Sports Complex, Bandar Putra, Kulai

via JohorNow https://www.johornow.com/english/swimming-pools-in-jb/
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Old September 18th, 2017, 11:49 AM   #10552
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#JustForInfo Existing water park in Johor (indoor & outdoor)

1) Legoland Waterpark, Legoland Malaysia, Iskandar Puteri, JB
2) Austin Heights Water & Adventure Park, JB
3) TS Wonderland Indoor Water Park, Pasir Gudang, JB
4) Tiram Indoor Water Park, Ulu Tiram, JB
5) KSL Dinosaur Alive Water Park, KSL Resort, Jalan Seladang, JB
6) Wet World Batu Pahat, Batu Pahat, Johor

*coming soon (Desaru Adventure Water Park, Kota Tinggi, Johor)

*not in the list - La Stella Water Theme Park @ Starhill Golf & Country Club, Kempas Lama, JB (small but still okay for a day trip w fam & friends)

via JohorNow and SGMyTaxi
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http://www.sgmytaxi.com/water-parks-in-johor/
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Old September 20th, 2017, 05:43 AM   #10553
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oopsss.. ur right jb citizens.. only rm10 for adult per entry on weekand, and rm8 on weekdays.. i believe Kompleks Mutiara Johor Land is the name of this 'proper swimming complex'
Last time I went to this swimming pool, it was terrible, from the pool itself to the changing rooms, showers and toilets!A truly third word toilets!!! We ended up stay only for 20mins. It was 2 years ago. I hope they did some upgrading works.

The Educity one is great, and Horizon Hill one is also great.
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