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Old August 14th, 2007, 10:52 AM   #241
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the landmark of sg. petani, kedah
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Old August 14th, 2007, 06:18 PM   #242
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Kinda new pic! The project still u/c and it will be finished before this 31st August. SP will be the host 4 Merdeka Day for Kedah State. Yeay!

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Bina Darulaman wins RM10m project
24-08-2007: by Sharon Tan
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KUALA LUMPUR: Bina Darulaman Bhd (BDB) has been awarded a RM10.33 million contract to partially demolish and rebuild a six-storey hotel in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

In a statement to Bursa Malaysia yesterday, BDB said its wholly owned subsidiary Kedah Sato Sdn Bhd (KSSB) has received the Letter of Award from Kedah Resort Sdn Bhd on Aug 15 for the project of partial demolishing and rebuilding Hotel SP Inn.
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nice pictures Nazrey. my problem with SP i think the town is too spread out.so it's hard to tell where is the town centre and SP seriously needs a new bus station.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Bina Darulaman Bhd (BDB) has been awarded a RM10.33 million contract to partially demolish and rebuild a six-storey hotel in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

In a statement to Bursa Malaysia yesterday, BDB said its wholly owned subsidiary Kedah Sato Sdn Bhd (KSSB) has received the Letter of Award from Kedah Resort Sdn Bhd on Aug 15 for the project of partial demolishing and rebuilding Hotel SP Inn.
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nice pictures Nazrey. my problem with SP i think the town is too spread out.so it's hard to tell where is the town centre and SP seriously needs a new bus station.
Yeah! Surely we need new bus station for SP. Actually they want to build a new big bus station for SP town, but it was BEFORE the 1997 economy crisis.
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Research centre to help development in Kedah
Monday September 3, 2007


SINTOK: Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) has set up a Northern Corridor Economic Region Research Centre (NCER-RC) to help develop Kedah.

UUM Chancellor and Sultan of Kedah, Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah, said the centre would be under the university’s Kedah Develop 2010 Unit.

He said UUM would use its expertise to conduct studies in various fields, including property management, services, tourism and agriculture for the state.

“Focus would be on research to find out how NCER development projects can help Kedahans with low income,” he said in his speech during the university’s 20th Convocation Day here yesterday.

The Sultan said he wanted UUM to conduct research that could used to gauge development projects under NCER.

He said UUM had a total of 1,170 lecturers in various fields, including 120 people in law and international studies.

UUM Vice-Chancellor Tan Sri Dr Nordin Kardi, in his speech, said UUM would maintain its flexibility, liberalism and the ability to change with the times to produce outstanding results.

“UUM has become the first choice among students because we produce graduates with soft skills that are much needed in the working world,” he said.

He said to ensure the university became the first choice university, UUM planned to provide a knowledge environment through research, publishing and consultation.

Dr Nordin also said that UUM would also develop the students’ personalities, and entrepreneurship and leadership skills through innovative and relevant curriculum and co-curriculum.

“I hope the UUM alumni will work with the university to achieve the plan,” he said.

A total of 2,376 students graduated during the two-day convocation that will end today.

UUM has produced 53,000 graduates in various fields since it was set up 23 years ago.
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good news.anyway what can research centres actually good for Kedah eh? maybe kedah need a specialized agency to further promote the development here.
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Old September 6th, 2007, 05:48 AM   #250
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Promoting cruises on Kedah rivers Project will be completed by the end of next year
Wednesday September 5, 2007
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Kedah Economic Planning Unit director Datuk Bashirudin Abdul Jamil said the beautification project would be completed by the end of next year.

“The existing boardwalk at Tanjung Chali will be expanded for recreational purposes,” he said.

He said the Tourism Ministry had provided the allocation to beautify the 8km-long Sungai Kedah and part of the 12km-long Sungai Anak Bukit under the Ninth Malaysia Plan.

Bashirudin was speaking to reporters after going on a cruise with Kedah Tourism Action Council general manager Nasir Mustafa, Alor Star City mayor Datuk Abdul Mukthi Abdullah, Public Works Department director Baharunuddin Che Zain and Drainage and Irrigation Department district engineer Mohamad Nazif Daud.

“Pollution along the river can be effectively checked once the proposed State River Administration Board (Luan) Enactment comes into effect next year.

“The bill will be tabled this year and once gazetted, action can be taken against river polluters,” he said.

Bashirudin said the state hoped that Sungai Kedah would regain its past glory as the main transportation hub. In the past, large ‘tong-kangs’ could even ply the river.

“This can also reduce traffic congestion on the main roads, especially during major social events,” he added.

Nasir said the river beautification project would be a boon for the tourism industry as the proposed river cruises would be a hit among Malaysian and foreign tourists.

“The historic Zahir Mosque, Rumah Merdeka, Menara Alor Star, Istana Anak Bukit and the museum are among the magnificent structures people can view during the river cruise,” he said.

He said that to make the river scenery more pleasant, new buildings constructed along the riverbanks should face the waterfront.
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Old September 11th, 2007, 02:51 PM   #251
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The Carnivall ala Bali



Taman tema bertaraf dunia dilengkapi permainan air sesuai untuk percutian seisi keluarga

MEREKA yang tinggal di zon utara Semenanjung kini tidak perlu berbelanja besar untuk berlibur bersama keluarga dengan pembukaan taman tema bertaraf dunia, The Carnivall, Sungai Petani, Kedah.

Baru memulakan operasi hujung tahun lalu, taman tema seluas 4.5 hektar itu menarik lebih 100,000 pengunjung. Sesuatu yang tidak menghairankan memandangkan lokasinya terletak lapan kilometer atau sepuluh minit jika memandu dari pusat bandar.

Diuruskan anak syarikat Eupe, Eupe Golf Management Berhad, The Carnivall yang bersebelahan Kelab Golf Cinta Sayang Sungai Petani, Kedah, dilengkapi pelbagai kemudahan aktiviti dan permainan air.




Uniknya, pusat percutian ala Bali yang menjadi destinasi taman tema tunggal di bandar ini memanfaatkan teknologi Kanada, menjanjikan pengalaman percutian yang menyeronokkan.

Memandangkan taman tema itu berkonsepkan hutan tropika, bumbung bangunan menggunakan atap nipah yang diimport dari Bali, Indonesia. Ia juga direka bentuk dengan mengutamakan ciri keselamatan.

Kunjungan anda dijamin tidak membosankan dengan layanan mesra daripada kakitangan terlatih. Keselamatan kanak-kanak menjadi keutamaan dengan beberapa kolam khas disediakan untuk mereka, lengkap dengan petugas penyelamat.

Taman tema yang dibangunkan dengan kos kira-kira RM56 juta itu pelengkap CSGSR yang sinonim dengan konsep percutian mesra alam. Fasa pertamanya merangkumi pembangunan taman tema air memakan kos RM20 juta.

Fasa kedua membabitkan pembinaan permainan mencabar seperti 'roller coaster', manakala fasa ketiga yang mengandungi pusat hiburan keluarga, pusat beli-belah dan hotel yang membabitkan pelaburan kira-kira RM45 juta dijangka siap pada 2008.

Pengarah Urusan Eupe, Beh Huck Lee, berkata selain individu dan keluarga yang berkunjung ke The Carnivall, ia juga menjadi pilihan syarikat swasta atau jabatan kerajaan untuk mengadakan hari keluarga berikutan suasana persekitarannya yang cantik dan nyaman.

Beliau berkata, pihaknya menjangka jumlah pengunjung taman tema itu akan meningkat terutama pada musim cuti persekolahan berikutan harganya yang berpatutan selain tidak perlu berbelanja lebih untuk menikmati aktiviti permainan air.

"Dengan bayaran masuk RM22 bagi dewasa dan RM18 untuk kanak-kanak bawah 13 tahun serta percuma bagi mereka di bawah lima tahun, ia sama seperti dikenakan taman tema air lain di seluruh negara.

"Malah The Carnivall kini menjadi antara destinasi pelancongan di negeri ini sempena Tahun Melawat Malaysia 2007 dan kami berharap jumlah pengunjung akan meningkat kepada 500,000 menjelang Tahun Melawat Kedah (TMK) 2008.

"Pengunjung luar yang berkunjung ke The Carnivall juga boleh menginap di Hotel Cinta Sayang serta mencuba kemudahan akitiviti sedia ada seperti pusat golf, memanah, menunggang kuda, pusat menyelam dan gimnasium," katanya.

Sukan golf menjadi antara tarikan utama di sini di samping aktiviti lasak lain seperti memanah, ‘paint ball’ dan sukan berkuda. Antara aktiviti mesti cuba di sini luncur air menggunakan pelampung getah pada ketinggian 15 meter. Anda tentu gayat apabila meluncur pada ketinggian sedemikian.

Pelbagai kemudahan lain seperti gelanggang sukan bola jaring, hutan rekreasi dan gerai menjual cenderahati disediakan.

Untuk mereka yang datang dari daerah luar, kelab golf ini menyediakan penginapan dengan kadar serendah RM230. Pakej kumpulan ditawarkan dengan jumlah minimum 10 orang.

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UNTUK KE SANA

>Dari Pulau Pinang - gunakan laluan Plaza Tol Sungai Petani Selatan (berhampiran Hotel Park Avenue) - lencongan Barat ke pusat bandar - Jalan Ibrahim dan Jalan Hospital Lama - Institut Kemahiran Mara (IKM) - CSGCR.

>Dari Alor Star - menghala Bandar Aman Jaya - IKM dan ikut simpang ke kiri - CSGCR.

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The Carnivall Water & Land of Excitement
Jalan Kelab Cinta Sayang
08000 Sungai Petani, Kedah
www.thecarnivall.com.my

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Hari Jumaat, Sabtu dan Ahad (10 pagi hingga 8 malam)
Isnin, Selasa dan Khamis (2 petang hingga 8 malam)
Ditutup pada hari Rabu
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Old September 12th, 2007, 12:42 PM   #252
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Plenitude to launch 3 projects

They have GDV of more than RM340mil



PETALING JAYA: Plenitude Bhd expects to launch three projects with a combined gross development value (GDV) of more than RM340mil by the first half next year, said acting chief executive officer Khoo Yek San.

A piece of land in Batu Ferringhi, which is targeted for residential development, has a GDV of some RM120mil while the Lot 88 project in Sungai Petani is worth RM136mil.

“The mainland will see spillover effects from Penang island.
Khoo Yek San

“Sungai Petani, being only 45 minutes away by highway, will also benefit given the competitive and affordable prices,” she told StarBiz in a telephone interview.

The company's Batai project in Damansara Heights would comprise bungalows valued at about RM88mil in total, Khoo said.

On the back of these, earnings for the years ending June 30, 2008 and 2009 were likely to be significantly better, she said.

For the year just ended June 30, Plenitude's pre-tax profit rose 10% to RM82.7mil from RM75.2mil a year earlier while revenue improved 7.7% to RM238.2mil from RM221.1mil. Earnings per share increased to 41.82 sen against 38.81 sen previously.

Part of the improvement was contributed by Taman Puchong Prima in Puchong, which saw higher sales, thanks to it being the only available freehold land in the vicinity, Khoo said.

Plenitude is also the developer of Taman Desa Tebrau and Tebrau City in Johor. Due to their proximity to the Iskandar Development Region, property value has increased substantially.

Khoo said the company intended to leverage on that by turning some of its future developments into high-end residential properties like bungalows instead of terrace houses as initially planned.

She said the opening of an Ikea outlet in Tebrau City by year's end would further boost interest.

“Singapore, Vietnam, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are seeing a boom in their property markets. This will have a spillover effect on Malaysia, with property prices in Johor and Kuala Lumpur to increase soon,” she said.

The cash-rich company also plans to have a more sustainable income, going forward.



Khoo said the developer planned to set up a hotel in Taman Desa Tebrau to cater to the growing number of tourists.

“We already own the Tanjung Bungah Beach Hotel in Penang, which contributes about 6% of group revenue,” she said.

Plenitude was also looking to expand into Vietnam and Indonesia, Khoo said.
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EUPE to launch RM685m projects over next 4 years
18 Oct 2007 7:49 PM THEEDGEDAILY


EUPE Corp Bhd will launch property projects with a gross development value (GDV) of RM685 million over the next four years, which is a sharp increase from the RM100 million to RM170 million in current billings, HLG Securities Research said.

It said EUPE, a mass-market housing developer, owned 680 hectares of development land in south Kedah and had a 50% market share of the Sungai Petani property market, which generated a consistent level of annual sales.

“Management is guiding for 20% earnings per share (EPS) growth over the FY08-09, which translates to a FY2/09 price earnings (PE) of 7.2 times, comparable to its small-cap property peers,” it said in a recent report.

HLG Research derived a fair value of RM1.27 for EUPE based on a sum-of-parts valuation and assuming a discounted cash flow of RM770 million on a six-year planned GDV and current unbilled sales.

Other assumptions were the future value on its development landbank and a 12.5% discount rate, based on the property sector’s 12-month earnings yield.

“At our fair value, EUPE trades at a FY08 PE of 12 times and FY09 of 10 times respectively, a 10%-20% premium to other small-cap property developers, which we justify given its relatively bigger landbank and higher trading liquidity,” it said.

HLG Research expects property demand in Sungai Petani to benefit from the spillover of Penang’s property boom given its 35km proximity and cost appeal to entry-level home buyers, as well as the government’s Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) initiative.

It said the NCER initiatives were to speed up economic growth in Penang, Kedah, Perlis and northern Perak, and were targeted to draw RM177 billion of investments over 2007–2025 into agro-based industries, logistics, manufacturing and tourism.

HLG Research said the group also has good execution records and product marketability with its management constantly monitoring and designing innovative products, such as dual kitchen and high ceilings, to cater for market needs.
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Old November 13th, 2007, 05:33 AM   #254
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new project in kedah

to see anew projects in kulim & SP can visit this website
kulim
www.mulpha.com.my desa aman
www.newbob.com.my
www.belleview.com.my Kulim technocity
www.kulimsquare.com.my kulim square
www.airmas.com.my
www.khtp.com.my kulim perdana

SP
www.eupe.com.my sri aora
www.kejora.com.my Bandar aman jaya
www.blm.com.my Bandar laguna merbok
www.plenitude.com.my Bandar Perdana
www.spkb.net ambangan Heights
www.darulamanrealty.com.my Darulaman perdana
www.pjdprop.com.my Bandar Puteri Jaya & Puteri hill park
www.emico.com.my Bandar mutiara
www.asiatic.com.my Permaipura
www.hunzagroup.com.my bkt Bayu
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Village Mall new landmark for Sungai Petani
By TUNKU SHAHARIAH

SUNGAI PETANI: The distinctive three-storey Village Mall in the heart of town is set to change the landscape of Sungai Petani.
To be ready in September, the shopping mall will accommodate two mini anchor tenants and chain retailers such as Secret Recipe, Delifrance, Pizza Hut, The Chicken Rice Shop, Casuri, Eumas and Bread History.
With a total net floor space of 100,000 sq ft, the mall is built near Tesco at Lagenda Heights.
The landmark destination is the brainchild of visionary developer Datuk Low Yau Khee, who is managing director of Nice Saga Development Sdn Bhd.
Datuk Low Yau Khee
Known for his luxury homes at Lagenda Heights, Low said his ideas to change the lifestyle of consumers in Kedah and to uplift their shopping trends were often dismissed as idealistic.
“I’m not a person who only talks. I want to improve the lifestyle of folks here so there is a place where the whole family can converge to shop, eat, enjoy and relax.
“This sort of lifestyle is found only in KL and Penang but not in Kedah. When I first talked about Tesco, nobody believed me when I said we’re ready for such a trend.
“Now the crowd converging daily at Tesco shows that Kedahans are ready to spend if the right market is created for them,” he told StarBiz.
Low said Village Mall, with its villa-like architecture and arches, was fashioned after a mall in Spain. “The Village Mall conceptualises the lifestyle of a lively community,” he added.
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RM9m to beautify two waterfronts
Friday November 30, 2007
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KEDAH will spend RM9mil to beautify the Sungai Kedah and Sungai Anak Bukit waterfronts.

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said work on the project would begin in June next year and be completed in 2009.

He said the state would build a 1km-long walkway along Sungai Kedah from Masjid Zahir to Dataran Tanjung Chali.

“Another walkway along the Kedah river will be built from Dataran Tanjung Chali to Mini Marina near Ampang Jajar.

“The stretch along the Kedah river will be about 1km,” he said.

Mahdzir was speaking to reporters after going on a river cruise with state Tourism, Youth and Sports Committee chairman Datuk Othman Aziz, state Industry, Transport, Science and In-novative and Chinese Community Affairs Committeee chairman Datuk Chong Itt Chew and state Public Works, Energy and Nature Committee chairman Datuk Nawawi Ahmad.

They went on the cruise to check out the plans for Sungai Kedah and Sungai Anak Bukit.

Mahdzir said the state also planned to build a suspension bridge across Sungai Kedah from Dataran Tanjung Chali to Kampung Seberang Nyonya.

“This project is mainly to enhance and beautify the area and also to reduce water pollution in the river,” he said.

Mahdzir said the state planned to hold various traditional water sports on both rivers once the project was completed.
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Has this been posted b4?
Souq Al-Bukhary - The newest mall and bazaar in Alor Star, in which Giant hypermarket, a local hypermarket establishment, is the anchor tenant. It is considered as the modern version of Pekan Rabu - quoted from wikitravel

very good looking mall for Alor Setar




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Thanks Ethaniel83. I never go to this mall yet. I hate this mall so much bcoz its sooo beautiful.

BTW, the floor of the mall still in old fashion lah.
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Souq Al-Bukhary is okay but kinda boring.still prefer Alor Star mall.
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Bina Darulaman wins RM10m project
24-08-2007: by Sharon Tan
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KUALA LUMPUR: Bina Darulaman Bhd (BDB) has been awarded a RM10.33 million contract to partially demolish and rebuild a six-storey hotel in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

In a statement to Bursa Malaysia yesterday, BDB said its wholly owned subsidiary Kedah Sato Sdn Bhd (KSSB) has received the Letter of Award from Kedah Resort Sdn Bhd on Aug 15 for the project of partial demolishing and rebuilding Hotel SP Inn.
This is the new SP Inn.
Base on this website,http://www.visitkedah.com.my/accom4.html
But i'm doubt about this pic lah.
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