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Old November 30th, 2017, 10:22 AM   #2241
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Malaysia's Premier Heli-Tours - Fly with KL Sky Tour
@ Titiwangsa Lake
http://www.cempaka.com.my/


http://blog.malaysia-asia.my/2016/08...itiwangsa.html

The KL Sky Tour (KLST) is an initiative of Cempaka Helicopter in collaboration with Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) and the Kuala Lumpur Tourism Bureau (KLTB).

Due to its strategic location, the Titiwangsa Helipad offers a unique opportunity to provide international and domestic tourists a chance to see the incredible KL Skyline all within 6 minutes ride making it truly accessible for a wide range of people with different budgets. This new product is believed to attract tourist not only from domestic but also overseas as giving them the experience of bird’s eye view of beautiful Malaysia – even certain places is still remaining unknown by local.

Cempaka Helicopter is also providing wide range of service including tours, corporate and VIP transfers and private helicopter charters. Established since 2004, Cempaka Helicopter have a current Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia (DCAM) for Public Transport.

KLST also offerring different range of rides such as;


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The KL Express | MYR 198 per person

6 minute tour takes in the main attractions of downtown KL including KL Tower, Merdeka Square, National Stadium and a spectacular view of the Petronas Twin Towers.

The City Explorer | MYR 488 per person

Discover The Batu Cave’s site of the annual Thaipusam festival. From there the ride will whisk over to Jalan Duta, home of Federal Territory Mosque and the National Palace along with Kuala Lumpur’s homes of the rich and famous. The ride will take 15 minutes with the majestic buildings of downtown Kuala Lumpur

The Jungle Escape | MYR 960 per person

Concrete jungle meets the real jungle, in addition to everything in the City Explorer tour, the ride will take you out of the cityscape and into Kuala Lumpur’s untouched and pristine rainforests along Quartz Ridge to the Batu Dam. A 30 minutes flight you will never forget.

The Mountain View | MYR 1,388 per person

The ultimate indulgence, 45 minutes of flight time, climbing to 6,000 feet over valleys and mountains covered in lush rainforest to the Genting Highlands home of Malaysia’s casino heaven. Flying back to the city, enjoy the panoramic view of the Kuala Lumpur city skyline as you descend to the Batu Caves and Kuala Lumpur royal quarters before heading for downtown and Malaysia’s iconic buildings.

* Each package is for a minimum of 3 passengers per flight. The price is exclusive of 6% GST.


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Urgent update: the KL - Klang BRT is officially "shelved indefinately" aka. scrapped by the government. The official reason was that the line overlaps with that of the new LRT3 Bandar Utama- Klang project.

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Kuala Lumpur-Klang Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project was scrapped because of overlaps with the LRT3 line that is currently under construction, says Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri (pic).

The Minister in the Prime Minister's Department said the decision had nothing to do with claims that the project was plagued with problems from the get-go.

"The cancellation was decided on after detailed observation on the project proposal as well as after taking into consideration other public infrastructure projects in the greater Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley area.

"We found that this BRT project would overlap with the proposed LRT3 project, which covers Bandar Utama to Johan Setia in Klang, via Glenmarie, Shah Alam and Bandar Klang,"
she said in reply to a question by Dr Ong Kian Ming (DAP-Serdang) in Parliament Tuesday.

Nancy insisted that the cancellation did not mean that the project was not beneficial, but simply because the LRT3 project was deemed to have a bigger impact.

Last week, the Government announced the cancellation of the RM2bil project, which was meant to run parallel to the Federal Highway.

The RM9bil LRT3 project was launched last year, and is expected to be completed by August 2020.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nati...OQymzz4f3Gx.99
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Old December 1st, 2017, 01:42 AM   #2243
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Correction: LRT3 (line 11) project that connects Bandar Utama to Johan Setia, Klang to be completed by February 2021.
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UPDATE: INTEGRATED STATIONS
Same platform/same track
1. Putra (line 1, line 2)
2. Bank Negara (line 1, line 2)
3. Kuala Lumpur (line 1, line 2, KTM ETS)
4. KL Sentral (line 1, line 2) (line 6, line 7)
5. Sungai Buloh (line 2, KTM ETS)
6. Kajang (line 1, KTM ETS)
7. Bandar Tasik Selatan (line 1, KTM ETS)
8. Sentul Timur (line 3, line 4)
9. Sentul (line 3, line 4)
10. Titiwangsa (line 3, line 4)
11. PWTC (line 3, line 4)
12. Sultan Ismail (line 3, line 4)
13. Bandaraya (line 3, line 4)
14. Masjid Jamek (line 3, line 4)
15. Plaza Rakyat (line 3, line 4)
16. Hang Tuah (line 3, line 4)
17. Pudu (line 3, line 4)
18. Chan Sow Lin (line 3, line 4)
19. KLIA2 (line 6, line 7)
20. Kepong Sentral (line 2, KTM ETS)
21. Tanjung Malim (line 2, KTM ETS)
22. Kuala Kubu Bharu (line 2, KTM ETS)
23. Batang Kali (line 2, KTM ETS)
24. Rawang (line 2, KTM ETS)
25. Bangi (line 1, KTM ETS)
26. Nilai (line 1, KTM ETS)
27. Labu (line 1, KTM ETS)
28. Seremban (line 1, KTM ETS)
29. Senawang (line 1, KTM ETS)
30. Sungai Gadut (line 1, KTM ETS)
31. Rembau (line 1, KTM ETS)
32. Pulau Sebang/Tampin (line 1, KTM ETS)

Same platform/different track
33. Putra Heights (line 4, line 5)
34. Kwasa Damansara (line 9, line 12) under construction
35. Tun Razak Exchange (line 9, line 12) under construction

Same track/different platform
36. KLIA (line 6, line 7)


KAJANG STATION


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UPDATE: INTERSECT INTERCHANGE STATIONS
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10. Titiwangsa (line 3, 4+line 8, 12) under construction
14. Masjid Jamek (line 3, 4+line 5)
16. Hang Tuah (line 3, 4+line 8)
18. Chan Sow Lin (line 3, 4+line 12) under construction
37. Pasar Seni (line 5+line 9)
38. Maluri (line 3+line 9)
39. Bukit Bintang (line 8+line 9)
40. Bandar Utama (line 9+line 11) under construction
41. Ampang Park (line 5+line 12) under construction
42. Glenmarrie (line 5+line 11) under construction
43. Klang (line 2+line 11) under construction


MALURI STATION


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UPDATE: PARALLEL DIFFERENT STATIONS INTERCHANGING

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5. Sungai Buloh (line 2, KTM ETS+line 9)
6. Kajang (line 1, KTM ETS+line 9)
7. Bandar Tasik Selatan (line 1, KTM ETS+line 4+line 7+ITT)
44. Subang Jaya (line 2+line 5)
45. Abdullah Hukum/Eco City (line 2+line 5)
46. Kampung Batu (line 1+line 12) under contruction
47. Putrajaya Sentral (line 7+line 12) under contruction
48. Sungai Besi (line 4+line 12) under construction


SUNGAI BULOH STATION


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UPDATE: CONNECTION STATIONS
A walk distance

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1. Putra - PWTC (line 3, 4)
2. Bank Negara - Bandaraya (line 3, 4)
3. Kuala Lumpur - Pasar Seni (line 5, 9)
4. KL Sentral - KL Sentral (line 8)/Muzium Negara (line 9)
15. Plaza Rakyat - Merdeka (line 9)
20. Kepong Sentral - Kepong Sentral (line 12) under contruction
45. Abdullah Hukum/Eco City - Mid Valley (line 1)
49. Dang Wangi (line 5) - Bukit Nanas (line 8)
50. KLCC (line 5) - KLCC East (line 12) under contruction

Merdeka MRT station


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Line 12 - MRT SSP line

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LINE 12 - MRT SSP LINE
PUTRAJAYA/CYBERJAYA


http://www.mymrt.com.my/cms/upload_f...jun17/e30a.jpg

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Lorong Raja Muda Abdul Aziz


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JALAN BINJAI


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Line 4 - Bukit Jalil LRT Sri Petaling line


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LINE 13 - MRT Circle line

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Grab Malaysia receives e-money licence
December 8, 2017 @ 4:55pm



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KUALA LUMPUR: Grab, Malaysia and Southeast Asia’s leading e-hailing service, has received e-money licence for payments services from Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM).

GrabPay Managing Director Jason Thompson said that with the licence, it can now link the service to stores and restaurants so that customers can benefit from the cashless service.

“GrabPay is built to help customers and merchants in emerging economies to go cashless and cardless.“GrabPay can now be used at our partnering merchants,” Thompson told Bernama on the sidelines of the Payment System Forum and Exhibition 2017 here today.

GrabPay is Grab’s in-application mobile payment system.

Thompson, who declined to name the collaborating partners, added that Grab obtained the regulatory approval from BNM two weeks ago.

Meanwhile, he said another effort taken by Grab to encourage users to go cashless was to increase the points given to them compared to those who uses cash.

“Many Malaysians think that using cash is cheaper but it is the other way round.

“Hence, we want to show that with GrabPay, users earn more points when using e-payment versus the cash,” he said.

Thompson said this was also in line with Malaysia’s move to transform into a high-value and digital first economy.

He also revealed that Grab, which had over eight million ready users and drivers, took data protection of its customers and drivers, seriously.

“As we have our own payment system, there are regulations that we need to adhere to. We have strict in-house data protection as we store millions of data,” he added. – Bernama
https://www.nst.com.my/business/2017...-money-licence

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Grab (application)



Originally established in 2012 as MyTeksi in Malaysia, GrabTaxi is a Southeast Asian focused taxi-booking app founded by Harvard Business School graduates Anthony Tan and Tan Hooi Ling. The idea for GrabTaxi first started when Anthony Tan was a student at Harvard Business School and a classmate pulled him aside to gripe about how hard it was to hail a cab in Malaysia. Tan drew up a business plan for an Uber-like service that won backing from angel investors, leading the youngest of three brothers to quit the family business in 2012 to start GrabTaxi, a mobile application that assigns available cabs nearby to commuters using mapping and location-sharing technology. Tan pitched the idea to the panel of the 2011 Harvard Business Plan Competition, that led to them being placed second, making them the first all-Asian team to have succeeded in many years. In 2016, Grab added in-app instant messaging to allow simple communication between riders and drivers. It also translates the messages if the languages between rider and driver are different.

As derivative of GrabTaxi, nowadays GrabBike's motorcycle service rides can be found in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Vietnam, Bangkok, Thailand and Jakarta, Indonesia. These cities have heavy traffic jams, so using a motorcycle can be faster than using other transportation mode. GrabBike also provides medical insurance for the passengers and the drivers.
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Innovation Index 2017-2018
ASIA & G7

2. USA
3. Israel
5. Germany
8. Japan

9. Singapore
11. Taiwan
12. UK
17. France

18. South Korea
21. Qatar
22. Malaysia
23. Canada
25. UAE
28. China
29. India
31. Indonesia
34. Italy
40. Saudi Arabia
45. Bahrain
46. Jordan
47. Tajikistan
50. Thailand
54. Sri Lanka
60. Pakistan
65. Philippines
66. Iran
71. Vietnam
76. Oman


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WORLD RANKING
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8. Germany
11. Canada

12. Hong Kong
13. Singapore
16. USA
20. Israel
21. UK
22. Qatar
23. Taiwan
25. UAE
26. Saudi Arabia
27. France
28. Malaysia
30. Kazakhstan
31. Japan
36. Italy

39. South Korea
40. China
42. Thailand
45. Philippines
47. Indonesia
51. India


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LINE 5 - LRT KELANA JAYA LINE
New fleet of driverless BOMBARDIER INNOVIA Metro 300 trains will increase capacity on Kelana Jaya Line in Malaysia by 30%
Designed for driverless operation, the vehicles are equipped with state-of-the-art Linear Induction Motor (LIM) propulsion technology which allows for operation on tighter curves, with less noise and greatly reduced wheel and track wear. Low energy consumption is achieved thanks to the combination of lightweight aluminium carshells and LIM propulsion system and in addition, highly effective regenerative braking enables the reuse of energy released during braking.


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Finally, there's news on the upcoming airport/commuter Skypark line! Running from the Subang Jaya station to the new Skypark Terminal station, the line will officially operate on the 31 of January 2018. From the photos, it seems the service will be a direct trip from KL Sentral to Skypark, stopping only at Subang Jaya.

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MRT Sungai Buloh - Putrajaya line, from the Jing Si Hall Tzu Chi building at Kepong.

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SSP line at Bandar Malaysia north Station. Tunnelling works taking place in KL soon https://twitter.com/mrtunderground?lang=en




Progress of the project by https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk6kGwpXJJI

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