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Old April 20th, 2009, 06:52 AM   #321
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Old April 21st, 2009, 04:14 AM   #322
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Metrojaya to open 2 more stores next year
Published: 2009/04/21

METROJAYA Bhd, which opened five new outlets this year, is planning two more in 2010 at The Curve in Kuala Lumpur and Suria Sabah in Kota Kinabalu.

"We expect the new stores in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Baru and Penang to contribute positively to the company's earnings," chief executive officer Robert Heng said during a tea reception featuring the Laura Ashley collections in conjunction with the Mid Valley Megamall Fashion week, in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

He also said the group is optimistic about revenue and is targeting a growth in sales for this year, despite the economic downtrend.

Heng said the group would continue to expand, unless the economic situation worsens.

Metrojaya currently operates seven department stores in the country, namely at the Mid Valley Megamall, Berjaya Times Square, Bukit Bintang Plaza in Kuala Lumpur; Plaza Pelangi in Johor Baru; Island Plaza in Penang; and MJ by Metrojaya at Avenue K and at the Curve, Mutiara Damansara.

MJ outlet is the group's new venture, which sells off-the-season products from its department and specialty stores. - Bernama
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 05:07 AM   #323
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EcoFirst rebrands education mall

PETALING JAYA: EcoFirst Consolidated Bhd aims to achieve a yield of up to 7.5% annually for its South City Plaza in seven years after the rebranding of its key property asset into an educational mall due for launch on Friday.

Executive director Tiong Kwing Hee said the rebranding of the Edu Mall @ South City was part of the group’s restructuring exercise to give a good return for its long-term investment in the property.

“We aim to sell the property to real estate investment trusts once we achieve our targeted yield within seven years,” he told StarBiz.

Tiong Kwing Hee (inset) says South City Plaza will be rebranded as Edu Mall @ South City.

Currently, about 4,000 students are receiving higher education and vocational training offered by eight institutions at the five-storey mall in Seri Kembangan, Selangor.

Among them are EcoFirst’s 27%-owned associate SEG International Bhd (SEGi), International College of Health Sciences and Summit Multimedia Education Sdn Bhd.

The group targets to increase the number of students at the mall to 6,000 by year-end and 10,000 by end of next year.

“We have allocated about 25% of the total lettable area of the mall, or 200,000 sq ft, for these educational providers, which received competitive rental rates of RM1.50 per sq ft from us,” said Tiong.

“We still have about 70,000 sq ft reserved for educational tenants.”

To enhance the value of its property, EcoFirst plans to build two blocks of 13 to 14-storey apartments which can house about 3,000 students on top of the mall to be leased to SEGi.

With a gross development value of RM75mil to RM80mil, the serviced apartments were expected to be completed within 24 months after construction starts in the fourth quarter.

“We plan to take about RM50mil in bank loans to fund the project, which would cover about 73% of the costs,” said Tiong.

“We are confident that the serviced apartments would give 6.5% to 7% returns to SEGi yearly.”

EcoFirst had last year invested about RM5mil to give the mall a facelift.
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 05:08 AM   #324
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AEON set to open three more malls this year

JOHOR BARU: AEON Co (M) Bhd will open three new Aeon shopping centres this year – one in Melaka Sentral while the other two locations are still being identified.

Managing director Nagahisa Oyama said the Malacca outlet, to be opened by year-end, would be the company’s second shopping centre in the state.

He said AEON would invest about RM30mil for fittings and fixtures at the Melaka Sentral shopping centre as it would be leasing the building from the developer.

“We always believe that there are opportunities to expand even during a recession and we will emerge even stronger when the economy turns around,’’ he said.

From left: Nagahisa Oyama, Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman and Datuk Abdullah Mohd Yusof at the tree planting ceremony to mark the opening of AEON Bukit Indah shopping centre

Oyama said this at the opening of Aeon Bukit Indah shopping centre by Johor’s Sultanah Zanariah Almarhum Tunku Ahmad yesterday.

Aeon Bukit Indah is the company’s 26th shopping centre in Malaysia and the fourth in Johor Baru.

It is also one of its shopping centres that feature eco-friendly concept building.

The RM210mil outlet has rooftop solar panels to generate energy, controls for low-level lighting and anti-frosting heaters which reduce power consumption by up to 66%.

“All our new shopping centres will incorporate the eco-friendly concept and will continue with our tradition of tree-planting ceremonies,’’ said Oyama.

Chairman Datuk Abdullah Mohd Yusof said the shopping centre would benefit from Iskandar Malaysia project as it was located within Nusajaya – one of the five flagship zones in the development region.

He said Johor would continue to be a strong market for the company and AEON would look at opportunities to expand to secondary towns such as Batu Pahat.
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AEON Bukit Indah mercu tanda baru Johor Bahru
JOHOR BAHRU 21 April – Pusat beli-belah AEON Bukit Indah, di sini yang dibuka secara rasmi hari ini bakal menjadi mercu tanda baru di bandar raya ini berikutan pembinaan bangunannya yang pertama kali mengikut konsep ekologi.

Pengerusi AEON Co. (M) Bhd. (AEON), Datuk Abdullah Mohd. Yusof berkata, pembukaan pusat beli-belah itu menandakan era baru syarikat itu apabila memasang panel solar di bumbung untuk menjana kuasa elektrik daripada matahari.

Menurutnya, langkah itu dapat membantu menjimatkan sehingga 22,555 (kW) tenaga setahun selain mengurangkan penggunaan karbon dioksida kira-kira 14,208 kilogram setahun.

“Selain itu, bangunan ini menggunakan papan louvre untuk mengurangkan bahang matahari dan pada masa sama, kami juga menyahut seruan kerajaan untuk mengekalkan bumi hijau untuk warisan generasi akan datang.

“Di kelilingi bangunan ini, AEON menanam 6,039 batang pokok daripada pelbagai spesies tempatan yang menjadi amalan syarikat di setiap pusat beli-belah lain di negara ini sejak 1985,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada majlis pelancaran AEON Bukit Indah oleh Sultanah Johor, Sultanah Zanariah Tunku Ahmad. Turut hadiri Pengarah Urusan AEON, Nagahisa Oyama.

AEON Bukit Indah merupakan pusat beli-belah AEON ke-26 di negara dan keempat di Johor.

Terdapat lebih 190 premis perniagaan yang menjual pelbagai barangan berjenama, AEON Bukit Indah kini muncul sebagai pusat beli-belah kedua terbesar di negeri ini selepas di Tebrau City.

Sebanyak 3,135 petak letak kereta disediakan di pusat setinggi tiga tingkat itu yang terletak di kawasan seluas 15.16 hektar.

Mengulas lanjut, Abdullah berkata, pembukaan pusat beli-belah berkenaan membuktikan komitmen tinggi pihaknya dalam usaha meluaskan pasaran segmen peruncitan di seluruh negara.

Jelasnya, ia sejajar hasrat AEON untuk mengembangkan perkhidmatan peruncitan serba moden untuk para pengguna di Malaysia termasuk di Johor Bahru.

“Dengan wujudnya pusat beli-belah ini, kami yakin penduduk Bukit Indah dan Nusajaya akan dapat menikmati kemudahan dan pengalaman yang menyeronok sekali gus memenuhi keperluan dan cita rasa mereka.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 10:23 AM   #327
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Aeon's Jusco launches price-cut campaign
Published: 2009/04/24

AEON Co (M) Bhd's "New Jusco Price Cuts" campaign, which had begun on Apr 17, will offer discounts of up to 20 per cent on more than 2,500 items.

Its managing director, Nagahisa Oyama, said the promotion, held in conjunction with its 25th anniversary celebrations, would continue until year-end.

He said the products offered include home essentials, basic necessities, food, fashion and personal care.

"We are committed to provide the best value by offering affordable high quality goods to customers," Oyama told a media briefing after the official launch of the campaign at AEON Bukit Tinggi in Klang today by its chairman, Datuk Abdullah Mohd Yusof.

Oyama said AEON would also hold other promotions like the "Super Savers", where selected essential items would be retailed at low prices.
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Old April 25th, 2009, 03:55 AM   #328
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Malton unit to build shopping mall in PJ
Published: 2009/04/25

MALTON Bhd’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Domain Resources Sdn Bhd, has won a RM175 million contract to build a seven-storey shopping mall where the existing Menara CSM is located in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

The project will start in August this year and scheduled for completion in November 2011.

It is expected to contribute positively to the earnings and net assets of the group.

...i belif dis is the jaya supermarket redevelopment project.....
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Eraman eyes revenue of RM400m
By Jeeva Arulampalam Published: 2009/04/25

DINING and retail outlet operator Malaysia Airport (Niaga) Sdn Bhd, or Eraman Malaysia, expects revenue to grow 30 per cent to RM400 million this year, driven by better sales from new outlets at the domestic airports it services.

"We are hoping that sales will remain strong from our various outlets we operate which include duty-free, clothing and food courts," Eraman Malaysia chief executive officer Umar Bustaman told reporters in Sepang yesterday after the launch of a Marrybrown eatery at the low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT-KLIA).

The company, a wholly-owned unit of Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), manages over 40 retail outlets at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA), Kuching International Airport, Penang International Airport, Labuan Airport, the LCCT-KLIA and terminal 2 at KKIA.

It also provides food and beverage (F&B) management services at the Food Garden KLIA and LCCT-KLIA.

Umar said roughly 80 per cent of the company's retail sales were from outlets at KLIA and LCCT-KLIA.

Eraman Malaysia is the franchisee for the Marrybrown outlet at the LCCT-KLIA and has invested some RM1.6 million in the outlet.

"The passenger traffic, especially from international flights, will continue to rise despite the current economic situation as the low-cost carrier continues to introduce new destinations and increase flight frequencies. This will result in more retail and F&B sales at this terminal," said MAHB chairman Tan Sri Dr Aris Othman.

MAHB recently completed the expansion of the LCCT-KLIA, increasing the capacity from 10 million passengers per annum to 15 million passengers per annum.

Meanwhile, Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn Bhd group managing director Nancy Liew said the company expects double-digit growth this year as it continues expanding across Asia and the Middle East.

"We are in 13 countries and have more than 250 outlets, but we are looking to open more outlets such as in Iran and the Maldives (airport)," she said, adding that overseas contribution account for more than half of its total revenue.

Liew added that Marrybrown is in talks to open more Marrybrown outlets at domestic airports but declined to elaborate. It currently has Marrybrown outlets in Senai Airport, the LCCT-KLIA and in Kuching.
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Aeon opens first eco-friendly outlet
By Sim Bak Heng

THE first eco-friendly Aeon shopping centre in Johor was officially inaugurated by Sultanah Zanariah Tunku Ahmad last Tuesday.

Aeon Bukit Indah, the fourth outlet in Johor, is built with an energy-efficient system and solar panels to generate energy.

This helps the outlet to save lighting cost and reduce carbon dioxide emission.

In the car park outside the complex, trees are planted and creepers grow along the awnings to maintain a cooler temperature.

Aeon chairman Datuk Abdullah Mohd Yusof said more than 6,000 trees of a local species were planted in the compound of the shopping centre.

"All these measures were taken in response to the government's call for energy conservation and environmental preservation," he said at the opening of Aeon Bukit Indah.

Present was the consort of Tunku Mahkota of Johor, Raja Zarith Sofiah.

The shopping centre, which is the 26th Aeon outlet and the second largest in the country after Aeon Tebrau City in Johor Baru, was built at a cost of RM210 million and commenced operation on Dec 19 last year.

It has more than 190 retail outlets on three levels, and its parking lot can accommodate 3,135 vehicles.

Abdullah said the Bukit Indah branch, which is located in the centre of Iskandar Malaysia, will serve Nusajaya residents as well as Singaporeans.

This year, Aeon plans to build three more outlets.

One of them will be located near Melaka Sentral in Malacca while the locations of the other two have yet to be finalised.
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Metrojaya To Open Department Store In Sabah

KOTA KINABALU, April 28 (Bernama) -- Metrojaya, a leading Malaysian retailer, will open its pioneer department store at the Suria Sabah Mall here soon.

Metrojaya chairman, Dato' Ahmad Khairummuzammil said:"Metrojaya's entry into East Malaysia at this challenging economic time is an indication of our confidence in the Sabah retail market.

"Furthermore, with Metrojaya's thirty over years of experience in operating various retail businesses, we are confident that our pioneer store in Sabah will do well," he told reporters after the handing over ceremony of the anchor parcel in Suria Sabah to Metrojaya, here today.

He said the Metrojaya department store in Suria Sabah -- the retailer's first venture into the East Malaysia market -- would occupy a total of 125,000 sq ft.

"This will be a full fledged department store offering a wide variety of choice, ranging from internationally renowned cosmetics and fragrances, men's and ladies' apparel and accessories, children's wear and home furnishings spread over four floors," he said.

Ahmad said Metrojaya would also be opening its first Reject Shop store at Suria Sabah.

As a leading home-grown Malaysian retailer, Metrojaya has been a part of the retail industry since 1976.

It is mainly involved in operating departmental and specialty stores namely, the East India Company, Somerset Bay,Cape Cod, Reject shop , Laura Ashley, Living Quarters and bbMAXX.

Metrojaya has at present eight department stores and more than 70 specialty stores in West Malaysia and Singapore.

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Rooftop garden offers a respite from hustle and bustle of the city

As many as 500 species of rare tropical and temperate plants are flourishing in a secret corner of 1 Utama shopping centre, Petaling Jaya.

Fondly named the Secret Garden, the 2,787-sq metre rooftop garden is certainly a convenient and cost-free respite if you happen to be weary and dreary of the daily hustle and bustle.

Leaves swaying in the wind and flowers blooming in various hues fill the otherwise concrete platform in a harmonious order. Foot paths meander through the garden’s seven themed sections, leading visitors on to a therapeutic excursion through calming sights and scents.

It is a magical corner where desert and highland plants co-exist while climbers, herbs, spices, fruit trees, flowering shrubs and even a mini-padi field beckon. Pergolas, waterfalls and ponds made to classical elegance complete the experience.

Together with the shopping centre’s popular rainforest enclave, the Secret Garden is also cultivated by botanist Dr Francis Ng who was recently awarded the prestigious David Fairchild Medal 2009 (Plant Exploration) by the National Tropical Botanical Garden of the United States.

“The garden took eight years of research and nurturing to reach the maturity today by thriving naturally. Through novel experimental technologies we now house 500 species; some aren’t found in other parts of the world,” said the shopping centre’s director Datuk Teo Chiang Kok.

He said the garden, which could be the largest rooftop and experimental garden in South-East Asia, had been kept a secret. Even staff members did not know its existence.

“With today’s rising concerns to reduce carbon footprint, green roof is the latest antidote to climate change. Once considered a waste of space, rooftops are presenting countless opportunities not only to go green but to save energy cost, improve insulation and air quality and for water management,” he said.

The garden adopts recycling technologies such as chilled water irrigation sourced from the shopping centre’s air conditioning system to grow temperate plants and a rainwater harvesting system for general irrigation.

The plants are grown on a soil mix based on granulated horticultural carbon, Ng’s breakthrough creation said to have been adopted worldwide. The mix is made from sawdust that has been compacted and carbonised. It also deters pests, so fewer pesticides are used.

Fly my dear: Dr Ng (right), Teo (centre) and See Hoy Chan Holdings Group chairman Tan Sri Teo Soo Cheng releasing butterflies to mark the opening of the shopping centre’s very own Secret Garden.

“The Secret Garden’s vast amount of carbon is sufficient to replace an entire rainforest of equivalent area and reduce the shopping centre’s carbon footprint. We have in a way contributed positively towards amelioration of climate change,” he said.

The Secret Garden is open to visitors from 10am to 6pm every Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free but the number of visitors at any one time is limited to maintain its serenity. Tickets to the garden can be obtained at the Customer Service Centre on the ground floor Highstreet.
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Metrojaya labur RM12j di Sabah

KOTA KINABALU 3 Mei - Metrojaya Bhd. (Metrojaya) melabur RM12 juta untuk membuka sebuah gedung beli-belah yang pertama di Malaysia Timur.

Pengerusinya Datuk Ahmad Khairummuzammil berkata, gedung yang letaknya di Kompleks Membeli-belah Suria Sabah di sini dan mempunyai keluasan 125,000 kaki persegi itu dijangka, dibuka pada Oktober tahun ini.

Beliau berkata, dengan pembukaan gedung terbarunya itu, Metrojaya kini memiliki lapan gedung beli-belah dan lebih 70 buah kedai rangkaian khusus seperti Reject Shop dan Sommerset Bay.

"Kemasukan kami ke Malaysia Timur ketika persekitaran ekonomi yang mencabar merupakan petunjuk kepada keyakinan kami terhadap pasaran runcit Sabah selain kedudukan yang strategik pusat beli-belah Suria Sabah.

"Tambahan pula, dengan pengalaman lebih 30 tahun Metrojaya dalam bidang peruncitan kami yakin gedung beli-belah pertama kami di Sabah ini akan menunjukkan prestasi baik," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian selepas majlis penyerahan kunci penyewa utama Suria Sabah kepada Metrojaya Sdn. Bhd. (Metrojaya) di sini baru-baru ini.

Turut hadir Datuk Bandar Kota Kinabalu, Datuk Iliyas Ibrahim; Ketua Eksekutif Metrojaya, Robert Heng; Perunding Hartanah Smith Gore Sabah, Robert New dan Pengarah Urusan Makamewah Sdn. Bhd., Humphrey Tan.

Sementara itu, Heng berkata, Metrojaya menyasarkan cawangan barunya itu akan menyumbangkan 10 peratus kepada pendapatan keseluruhannya.

Katanya, di sebalik keadaan ekonomi yang tidak menentu pada masa ini, pihaknya masih yakin mampu mencapai sasaran tersebut berdasarkan perolehan keseluruhan berjumlah RM450 juta pada tahun lalu.

"Kita yakin dapat mencapai sasaran itu berdasarkan kepada strategi dan perancangan syarikat selain lokasinya yang strategik," tambah beliau.
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Jaya Jusco SS2 shopping mall cum shoplots developed by IJM land at SS2
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Mall retailers keen to expand, but cautious
By Zurinna Raja AdamPublished: 2009/01/13

SSTwo and Ampang are located within a residential and commercial area. Aimed at upper and middle class families and those with children under the age of 12, the malls offer 462,800 sq ft and 580,000 sq ft of nett lettable area, respectively.

Targeted to open by the fourth quarter of this year, SSTwo offers a dedicated kid's loft with children's fashion and toys and maternity goods in addition to other merchandise.
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by Jason Wee

Bintang MegaMall: Total floor areas of 400,000 square feet, more than 300 shops, fast food and beverage outlets, bookstore, watch shop, boutiques, optic centre, pharmacies and footwear stores. On the third floor is a 24-lane bowling alley, a food court and a Cineplex while an indoor archery sports centre is located on the lower roof level.It also has a multi storey car park that has more than 2300 parking spaces.

The Bintang MegaMall is the star complex of Miri, for its completeness and comprehensive array of shops and entertainment outlets. "Bintang" means "Star" in Malay language, and most appropriately so. It is currently still (as of 2006) the only complex with both a Cineplex and bowling alley in one in Miri. The complex was opened in 1996.

Bintang Megamall
Open Now !!!
[01.05.2009 Friday]


Ground Floor Store [Total Store Old Wing]

1.Giant Supermarket [Chain Store]
2.Giant Bakery [Chain Store]
3.Pizza Hut [Chain Store]
4.KFC [Chain Store]
5.Sugarbun [Chain Store]
6.Guardian Pharmacy [Chain Store]
7.Gintell [Chain Store]
8.Tokyo Time [Chain Store]
9.Swiss Time [Chain Store]
10.Bintang Photo & Camera Centre
11.Speedy [Chain Store]
12.Supreme Optics
13.G-mex Fashion Accessories
14.Css Audio Visual
15.England Optics/J. Optical
16.Student Book Centre
17.The Mobile One Store
18.Beauty Life [Chain Store]
19.Parkson Grand [Chain Store]
20.Watson Personal Care Store [Chain Store]
21.Lady Underworld
23.Golden Horse Time Shop
24.Ogawa [Chain Store]
25.Red Audio Centre [Chain Store]
26.Super Star
27.Bausch-k Steel Jewellery
28.Hotlink [Long Feng Photo][Chain Store]
31.E&E [Chain Store]
32.Des Optics
34.Sense-c Design
36.Elianto [Chain Store]
37.K & K Telecommunication
38.McDonald's Cold Kiosk [Chain Store]
39.The Famous Amos Cookies [Chain Store]
40.Tc Communication
41.Sony Ericsson [Channelcomm] [Chain Store]
42.Egl Collection [The Kid's World]
43.Miri Metro[Money Changer]
44.Bistro Delifrance [Chain Store]
45.The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf [Chain Store]
46.Starbucks Coffee [Chain Store]
47.Kokoberry 可口百利 [开始营业,位于底楼Giant Bakery旁]

Ground Floor Store [Total Store New Wing]

1.Bata [Chain Store]
2.Big Apple Donut [Chain Store]
3.Gnc life well [Chain Store]
4.Goc[General Optical Council] [Chain Store] [Opening on 30.04.2009]
5.Sercet Recipe [Chain Store]
6.Marry Brown [Chain Store]
7.Levi's [Chain Store]
8.Parkson Grand [Chain Store]
9.Skin Food [Chain Store]
10.Des Optics [Chain Store]
11.Diamoney [Chain Store]
12.Purple Star
13.Sox World[Chain Store]
14.Bright Optometrist
15.Jaz Optics [Opening Soon]

1st Floor Store [Total Store Old Wing]

1.Vincci [Chain Store]
2.The Body Shop [Chain Store]
3.Mc Donald Restaurent [Chain Store]
5.Giordano [Chain Store]
6.Vcd Centre
7.Alan Serina & The Hairstylist [Chain Store]
8.Wantop Goldsmith
9.World Of Feng Shui
10.Planet Cafe
11.Game Centre
12.Ming Collection
13.New Dewie Unisex Salon
16.Min O She
17.Mix T Match
18.Parkson Grand [Chain Store]
19.Super Save [Chain Store]
20.Lazo Diamond [Chain Store]
21.Y.L Silver Jewelry
23.Js Time Shop
24.Osim [Chain Store]
25.Ht Joy Centre
26.Massive Park
27.Sony Ericsson [Chain Store]
28.Lucky Jade House
29.Ku's Brother Goldsmith
30.Home Entertainment

1st Floor Store [Total Store New Wing]

1.Stage Cosmetics [Chain Store]
2.Parkson Grand [Chain Store]
3.Universal Traveller [Chain Store]
4.Fabiano Ricco [Chain Store]
5.E&E Plus [Chain Store]
6.Le Ann Maxima [Opening Soon]
7.Takasima [Opening Soon]
8.BB Bag
9.S.O.S Shoes [Opening Soon]
10.Lea Sport Centre [Opening Soon]
11.Hush puppies [Opening Soon]
12.Be Max

2nd Floor Store [Total Store Old Wing]

1.Life Book Centre
2.Aussino[Chain Store]
3.Day's Collection
4.D&D Manshop
6.Kiddy Collection
7.Mother land
9.River Heaven
10.Cindy[Chain Store]
11.Kong hong Enterprise
12.Opi De Beaute Skin & Nails care Salon
13.Marie France Bodyline
14.Parkson Grand[Chain Store]
15.Western Sport
16.Kokoberry[Chain Store]
17.Bella Fashion House
18.I.T Computer

2nd Floor Store [Total Store New Wing]

1.Parkson Grand[Chain Store]
2.Popular Book store [Chain Store][Opening 15.05.2009]
3.Rage [Opening Soon]
4.Momoko Fashion Concept Store
5.Princess club
6.Pink House 2
7.Bintang Handicraft
9.Detaj Culture
10.New ll [Opening Soon]
11.Super Save

3rd Floor Store [Total Store Old Wing]
2.HSL Circuit City[Chain Store]
3.Toy R Us[Chain Store]
4.San Francisco Coffee[Chain Store]
5.Massive Park
6.Optiprimus[Chain Store]
7.G-mes Shoes
8.Soon Seng
9.Boulevard IT Superstore[Chain Store]
10.WmegaLanes East Bowling Centre[Chain Store]
11.Star Cineplex[Chain Store]

3rd Floor Store [Total Store New Wing]

1.Parkson Grand[Chain Store]
2.21 Mobile Clinic
3.Q Communication Mobile Phone Repair Centre
4.Toy R Us[Chain Store]
5.Hotlink[Chain Store]
6.Digi[Chain Store]
7.Celcom[Blue cube][Chain Store]
8.Xox 010[Chain Store]
9.Alibaba enterprice
10.Pc Image[Chain Store]
11.Nokia[Chain Store]
12.Sony Erisson[Chain Store]
13.Acer[Chain Store]
14.Global Games Centre
15.Sony Centre

Lower Roof Floor Store [Total Store Old Wing]
1.Bintang Food Court/Bazzar
2.Bintang PlayGround
3.Fastnet Internet
4.Star Cineplex
5.King's Archery Sport Centre

more and more shop coming soon

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90% completed, opening soon.

MERDEKA MALL MIRI will incorporate modern shopping design to provide shoppers with new shopping experience with fully air-con interior, retail shops, specialty stores, fashion outlets, food and restaurants, entertainment, supermarket, departmental store, education centre and space for exhibition and function.

Total build-up area 500, 000 sq.ft.
Retail space 150, 000 sq.ft.
Food/Restaurant 30, 000 sq.ft.
Education centre 25, 000 sq.ft.
Recreation Entertaiment 25, 000 sq.ft.
Supermarket & Department Store 50, 000 sq.ft.
5 acres of retail development land
Over 500 car-parking bays located on lower ground floor, level 1 (ground floor) and level 4.
Easy access through public and private transports.
Propose overhead bridge connecting the Morsjaya Commercial Centre, spanning the Airport Highway.

Level 1
Total commercial area:64839 ft2
Level 1 Total gross floor area:102437 ft2

Fully air-con, modern design, high quality tiles finish to all common corridor, main entrance hall and atrium, designer lightings and ceiling finish, emulsion paint finish for wall. These will be capped off with roller shutters and cement floor finish. There are elevators and escalators serving all floors (including car park) 4 sets of high speed passenger lifts and separate service lift. Wide Boulevard fronting the building, wide and ample space for food court, catering to all local delicacies.

Level 2
Total commercial area:61181 ft2
Level 2 Total gross floor area:102869 ft2

Aesthetics setting, great and convenience shopping experience in modern and comfortable setting wide variety of choice consisting of specialty stores and fashion outlets. The interior design focus on harmonising the different part of the shopping mall by carefully choosing materials that would create complimenting finishing.

Level 3
Total commercial area:56528 ft2
Level 3 Total gross floor area:100277 ft2

Suitable for all services, beauty saloon, health centre, exhibition hall, computer and IT counter, retail shops, food restaurant outlets, recreation, games and children playground. The exhibition hall allow for cultural activities, conference and exhibition to be held in handy location.

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75 percent of space in Plaza Merdeka sold

An artist impression of the interior of Plaza Merdeka.

By Peter Sibon

KUCHING: 75 percent of space in Plaza Merdeka has been sold. The remaining 25 percent will be sold in due time, Steve Ng Plaza Merdeka Managing Director said yesterday.

Excavation and demolition works involving Sesco and Telekom will continue at the site until middle of this month. Ground work is expected to begin in October.

On the half-road closing near Padang Merdeka, Ng said it was a temporary measure and will be re-opened once the project is completed in 2011.

However, the total cost of construction would be increased by 20 percent due to the rising cost of building materials. The original cost of the project will remain the same, he later said.

The RM350 million project was launched by Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud on May 8, last year.

Ng said the development of Plaza Merdeka was intended to be a part of the revitalisation of Kuching.

The Shopping Mall boasts a gross area of over half a million sqft with a nett lettable area of approximately 350,000 sqft. The discerning feature of the mall will be its huge 9,000 sqft - four storey high garden podium for promotions and exhibitions. There will be a department store, supermarket, designer stores, tech centre, coffee shops as well as a food court.

There is ample car parking spread over six acres on levels B2 & B3 with multiple access points to the mall. The area traffic flow will also be revised to alleviate congestion and improve the flow of traffic through the district.

Complementing the mall is a 290 room boutique business and tourist hotel.

The hotel, situated above the mall will have a panoramic view of the river, waterfront esplanade, Astana, the new DUN building and Fort Margherita on one side and the Merdeka Padang and Sarawak Museum on the other.

It will be housed over eight levels and will feature designer interiors.

This modern, state-of-the-art shopping mall and hotel within a classical building fašade is designed by Yolanda David Reyes (YDR design, Manila Philippines). The project is undertaken by Rakyat Elite Sdn Bhd in partnership with Sarawak Incorporated Sdn Bhd.

Source:Eastern Times
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Total Net Lettable : 350,000 sq ft
Site Area : 3.8 acres
Expected Completion : Mid 2010

Shopping Mall
Built Up Area 550,000 sq ft
Nett Lettable 350,000 sq ft
Parking 800+ spaces

Built Up Area 175,000 sq ft
Rooms 290

Food Court

Shopping mall


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