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Old August 5th, 2008, 03:42 PM   #561
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I saw they are demolishing the food stall in front of Carrefour. So the hotel construction might start soon?
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Old August 5th, 2008, 05:03 PM   #562
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I saw they are demolishing the food stall in front of Carrefour. So the hotel construction might start soon?

how many tall would the hotel be?
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Old August 6th, 2008, 12:39 PM   #563
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i saw it has plenty of rooms partitioning, i think it is something like Redbox aka Neways kind of concept. cheers

another news, more shops will open at phase 2, the "Euro Silk Store", OCBC bank, Zen Cafe by secret recipe and Big Apple donnut Cafe....
Cool!!! It seems DP can transform into a shopping mall full of entertainment.....However...the tenants there are not really very HIGH class. Esprit there seems to sell old designed or maybe rejected by other outlets. Sorry to say so but then that's how the business run. A mini 1 Utama or Sunway Pyramid would be nice.....
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Old August 7th, 2008, 08:09 AM   #564
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GIGIH: Mike berazam memperkenalkan donut Big Apple ke luar negara.



Donut cita rasa tempatan buka cawangan di Melaka

SESIAPA yang melihat logo rangkaian kedai donut popular, Big Apple Donuts & Coffee pasti menyangka ia adalah milik syarikat dari Amerika Syarikat.

Walaupun nama rangkaian kedai donut itu menyerupai nama kedua bagi New York, tetapi jangan terkejut ia dibuka oleh rakyat Malaysia yang berpengalaman luas dalam bidang bakeri menerusi syarikat Big Apple Interasia Sdn Bhd.



Malah, bagi sesiapa yang pernah ke negara Uncle Sam itu dan makan donut di sana, pastinya rindu terubat apabila menjamah donut yang dijual di Big Apple Donuts & Coffee kerana rasa keenakannya dan kesegarannya adalah serupa.

Berkonsepkan dapur terbuka rangkaian kedai donut Big Apple Donuts & Coffee kini mempunyai 20 cawangan di seluruh negara termasuk yang terbaru di Dataran Pahlawan, bandaraya Melaka yang dibuka hari ini (8 Ogos).

Bertempat di aras bawah Dataran Pahlawan, kedai donut, Big Apple Donuts & Coffee terletak berhampiran pintu masuk, pasti memudahkan orang ramai untuk mendapatkan donut kegemaran mereka yang dijual di kedai itu. Orang ramai juga boleh melihat dengan lebih dekat cara pembuatan donut itu menerusi dapur terbukanya.


TELITI: Pekerja Big Apple Donuts & Coffe sedang menyiapkan donut.



150 pelanggan pertama akan menerima setengah dozen donut secara percuma sempena pembukaan cawangan Melaka ini.

Pengarah Big Apple Interasia Sdn Bhd, Mike U K Chan, 38, berkata idea untuk membuka rangkaian kedai donut tercetus apabila beliau yang sebelum ini sudah mempunyai kedai roti melihat peniaga pasar malam membakar roti dan dijual terus kepada pelanggan.

"Satu hari saya ke pasar malam, ada peniaga yang membawa ketuhar dan membakar roti di situ. Pengunjung pasar malam berpusu-pusu membeli rotinya yang dibakar dan panas.

"Saya mesti cari jalan untuk mencuba sesuatu yang baru. Saya suka makan donut, begitu juga anak-anak dan ia bidang yang masih belum ramai pesaing.

"Saya mahu menyediakan donut di dapur terbuka dan disajikan kepada pelanggan dengan keadaan yang segar. Sebelum itu, saya perlu melengkapkan diri dengan pengetahuan. Saya mengambil risiko dan terbang ke Amerika Syarikat untuk belajar membuat donut bermula dari bawah.

"Macam-macam yang dipelajari termasuk teknik, cara dan bahan yang digunakan untuk menyedapkan donut yang dimasak. Saya menghabiskan masa selama lima bulan untuk menimba ilmu mengenai donut," katanya ketika ditemui di pejabatnya di Cheras, baru-baru ini.

Beliau yang juga anak jati Kuala Lumpur berkata sekembalinya dari Amerika Syarikat, beliau membuka cawangan pertamanya di The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor pada Mei tahun lalu.

"Nama Big Apple diambil sempena nama kedua bagi bandaraya New York. Disinilah bermula segala-galanya. Saya belajar segala-galanya berkenaan donut di New York," katanya yang kini turut melebarkan sayap perniagaan ke Timur Tengah dan negara Asia yang lain.

Beliau berkata pihaknya mensasarkan membuka sehingga 30 lagi cawangan menjelang Disember tahun ini di seluruh negara, dan bagi pasaran luar negara, cawangan Big Apple Donuts & Coffee akan dibuka di Jeddah, Arab Saudi, Dubai, Jakarta, Bangkok dan China tahun ini.

Katanya, disebabkan produk keluaran syarikat itu berasaskan bahan yang halal dari segi syariah Islam dan diiktiraf Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (Infanca) dan dari badan yang diiktiraf oleh Jakim, ia menarik keyakinan pelabur dari luar negara terutama negara Timur Tengah untuk membuka cawangan di negara berkenaan.

"Kami bangga kerana dapat menjual nama Malaysia menerusi Big Apple Donuts & Coffee di negara luar," katanya.

Bagi memastikan donut keluaran Big Apple Donuts & Coffee sentiasa terjamin kualitinya, Mike berkata pihaknya mengadakan penyelidikan dan pembangunan (R&D) dan setiap tiga bulan, pasti ada perasa yang baru yang mampu membuka selera.

Ketika ini, ada kira-kira 30 jenis donut yang dijual termasuk Pink Panther, Duren Duren, Chocoring, Rolling Stone, Kiwi Blitz, Semi Glacier, Say Cheese, Go Nutz, Kimohe, 101 Dalmations, Moonraker, The Alien, Mango Tango dan Iceberg.

Setiap donut dijual dengan harga RM2.20 sebiji, bagi sekotak enam donut dijual dengan harga RM11.50 dan sekotak 12 donut dijual dengan harga RM21.
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Old August 7th, 2008, 05:05 PM   #565
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DP has reach to a level that most Malaccans wouldn't expect it to be

But my complain on the project is the mall layout is pretty messy so are the allocation of shops. E.g. Wong Kok in the middle of fashion zone+_+
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Old August 8th, 2008, 09:08 AM   #566
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DP has reach to a level that most Malaccans wouldn't expect it to be

But my complain on the project is the mall layout is pretty messy so are the allocation of shops. E.g. Wong Kok in the middle of fashion zone+_+
DP is actually partially sold to other owners, although there are restrictions to certain trades, good and reputable trades are accepted. In this sense, actually most malls would have cafes flanking left and right of entrances. But the business seems pretty good..

Just my 2 cts...
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Old August 8th, 2008, 09:09 AM   #567
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DP has reach to a level that most Malaccans wouldn't expect it to be

But my complain on the project is the mall layout is pretty messy so are the allocation of shops. E.g. Wong Kok in the middle of fashion zone+_+
For a small town standard....DP is consider HIGH class. Cant really compare with those in KL or Singapore. Maybe soon can compare with AEON Melaka.....to see which shoppling mall is better....

To what i think, AEON always has a mix variety of tenants and mostly all branded *referring to Tebrau City and a few new AEON outlets.

One think that DP lack of will be a bowling alley. A bowling alley in the mall would makes DP a complete mall with cineplex, bowling alley, karaoke.

btw.....since the closing of the food court.....will there be another plan of a new food court???
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Old August 8th, 2008, 10:20 AM   #568
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pahlawan is our hope, heard Metro Jaya aso wanna come in Pahlawan! anyone here can verify?
hey john, there were plans to accomodate Metrojaya at DP, but due to height constraints, it could be a little difficult... so yup, the best place i reckon would be at the hotel block...
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Old August 8th, 2008, 10:27 AM   #569
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Hmm i hate to say this but the people who created this place isn't as creative or imaginative as they probably reckoned themselves to be

'Pahla1'?
A miniature A Famosa?

The whole place is schizophrenic .. does it want to be a megamall? Or a neighborhood mall? Or an outdoor mall? Or a park with retail lots?

Gosh.
LoL... you're prolly rite abt the creativity...
but heard from the architects tt designed this plc, the original drawings were quite upmarket and frontier... but the Chief Minister of Melaka wanted to maintain the culture and heritage of this area, hence HE changed the design..so yup... you're insulting our CM got no sense... shame on you.

Also, the plc where DP sits is under UNESCO, + now Melaka is listed as heritage, all the more the mall can't go any higher...

far as i know, DP has height limitations, so that they can't block the A Famosa behind...so ttz why it has low ceilings...

i believe DP has the makings to what u actually state...being an entertainment, shopping paradise, at the same time, open deck for recreations...haha
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hei ! any forumers knows that where is the "malaysia eye" located at? is that near by dataran pahlawan??
actually, the Eye on M'sia is located at the Marina Bay, where the jetty is at. It will face the sea with a new hotel devt there. think some australian big company got the rights to build that area.

gordon's wrong though...casa del rio is going to be located near melaka river.
it's a boutique hotel with 50 over rooms.
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For a small town standard....DP is consider HIGH class. Cant really compare with those in KL or Singapore. Maybe soon can compare with AEON Melaka.....to see which shoppling mall is better....

To what i think, AEON always has a mix variety of tenants and mostly all branded *referring to Tebrau City and a few new AEON outlets.

One think that DP lack of will be a bowling alley. A bowling alley in the mall would makes DP a complete mall with cineplex, bowling alley, karaoke.

btw.....since the closing of the food court.....will there be another plan of a new food court???
ya...true..anticipating Jusco new devt...

oh...heard the mgt ppl are negotiating with food republic... yippeee...
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based on dataran pahlawan website...big apple will be opening there....it will be located at the ground floor of Phase 2

btw, any idea what is PINKBERRY or COSLAB GLOBAL? it stated in the directory..
pink berry is located at 1 of the entrances into Voir Gallery, facing the padang... their desserts not bad...very mangoey...

Coslab is located beside Nadeje...saw their logo put up alreadyyy....
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how many tall would the hotel be?
erm..not so sure about it.
by the way, big apple donuts open its door today. I saw many ppl queing up to get their free donuts..
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pink berry is located at 1 of the entrances into Voir Gallery, facing the padang... their desserts not bad...very mangoey...

Coslab is located beside Nadeje...saw their logo put up alreadyyy....
Welcome to the Forum, Sylence
By the way, what is Coslab?
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DP has reach to a level that most Malaccans wouldn't expect it to be

But my complain on the project is the mall layout is pretty messy so are the allocation of shops. E.g. Wong Kok in the middle of fashion zone+_+
ya..u are right..
but the worst is that there are renovating the digital domain into "Voir"..so that means no more atrium in the future? "Voir" occupied the whole lot of the digital domain is it?
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erm..not so sure about it.
by the way, big apple donuts open its door today. I saw many ppl queing up to get their free donuts..
i was one of them.
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ya..u are right..
but the worst is that there are renovating the digital domain into "Voir"..so that means no more atrium in the future? "Voir" occupied the whole lot of the digital domain is it?
there's no more atrium? the centre court is the atrium. why when voir is opened, then there's no atrium?
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there's no more atrium? the centre court is the atrium. why when voir is opened, then there's no atrium?
erm...I mean that the atrium will be limited right since Voir is opening there right?
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erm...I mean that the atrium will be limited right since Voir is opening there right?
I don't think Voir will be separated from the atrium.
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Big Apple Donuts terbesar di Melaka

MELAKA 10 Ogos - Peminat donut di negeri ini kini berpeluang menikmati kuih istimewa itu apabila rangkaian kedai donut popular tempatan, Big Apple Donuts & Coffee membuka cawangan ke-20 di Dataran Pahlawan, Banda Hilir di sini.

Pengarah Big Apple Interasia Sdn. Bhd., Mike U. K. Chan berkata, pembukaan cawangan tersebut adalah yang terbesar di Malaysia dan terletak di aras bawah pusat membeli-belah tersebut.

Menurutnya, pada masa akan datang, pihaknya merancang membuka sebuah lagi cawangan Big Apple Donuts di pasar raya Jaya Jusco baru di Jalan Panglima Awang menjelang tahun 2010.

''Selepas pembukaan di Dataran Pahlawan, cawangan seterusnya ialah di Plaza Gurney, Pulau Pinang dan Jaya Jusco, Seberang Prai pada 21 Ogos depan," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas perasmian pembukaan cawangan Big Apple Donuts & Coffee ke-20 oleh Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Hal Ehwal Wanita, Pembangunan Keluarga dan Masyarakat negeri, Norpipah Abdol dan turut dihadiri isteri Ketua Menteri, Datin Seri Asmah Abd. Rahman.

Sempena pembukaan cawangan di Dataran Pahlawan itu yang dimiliki oleh usahanita Melayu, Fazlina Mustafa Kamil, seramai 150 orang pengunjung bertuah menerima setengah dozen donut percuma.

Selain itu kata Mike, pembukaan cawangan terbarunya iaitu berhampiran pintu masuk Dataran Pahlawan bertujuan memudahkan orang ramai untuk mendapatkan donut kegemaran mereka selain membolehkan pelanggan melihat dengan lebih dekat cara pembuatan donut menerusi dapur terbukanya.

Katanya, pembukaan pertama cawangan Big Apple Donuts ialah di The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor pada Mei tahun lalu.

Beliau berkata, pihaknya mensasarkan membuka sehingga 30 lagi cawangan menjelang Disember tahun ini di seluruh negara, dan bagi pasaran luar negara, cawangan Big Apple Donuts & Coffee akan dibuka di Jeddah, Arab Saudi, Dubai, Jakarta, Bangkok dan China tahun ini.

Katanya, disebabkan produk keluaran syarikat itu berasaskan bahan yang halal dari segi syariah Islam dan diiktiraf Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (Infanca) dan dari badan yang diiktiraf oleh Jakim, ia menarik keyakinan pelabur dari luar negara terutama negara Timur Tengah untuk membuka cawangan di negara berkenaan.

''Kami bangga kerana dapat menjual nama Malaysia menerusi Big Apple Donuts & Coffee di negara luar," katanya.

Menurut beliau, pihaknya menawarkan kira-kira 30 jenis donut yang dijual termasuk Pink Panther, Duren Duren, Chocoring, Rolling Stone, Kiwi Blitz, Semi Glacier, Say Cheese, Go Nutz, Kimohe, 101 Dalmations, Moonraker, The Alien, Mango Tango dan Iceberg.

Setiap donut dijual dengan harga RM2.20 sekeping, bagi sekotak yang mengandungi enam donut dijual dengan harga RM11.50 dan sekotak 12 donut dijual dengan harga RM21.

''Donut Big Apple berbeza dengan donut lain kerana kita menawarkan rasa donut yang tidak terlalu manis kerana kita mahu pelanggan kita menjaga kesihatan.

''Satu lagi, lebih banyak pelanggan membeli donut di Big Apple, lebih banyak potongan harga yang diberikan," katanya.
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