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Old September 17th, 2009, 04:30 PM   #161
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Kota Kinabalu, is the capital of Sabah state in Malaysia. It is also the capital of the West Coast Division of Sabah. The city is located on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea.
South China Sea Place
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Kota Kinabalu City Waterfront
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Kuching - Sarawak's capital, the City of Cats is located at the western tip of the state
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Sarawak State Legislative Assembly
The brand new State Legislative Assembly (Dewan Undangan Negeri) building in Kuching.









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Borneo Convention Centre







The Spring





NEW: MBO The Spring opens
A new lavish 8-screen locatIon greets Borneo
The 8-screen location is the cinema chain's seventh nationwide and also features the first 3D hall in Borneo, seating over 350. Here are some pictures from the new venue.







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Ipoh - the capital city of the Perak state, known for its great food, tin mines and limestone mountains and caves.

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Kota Bharu - the state capital, and focal point for Kelantan's administration and business activities
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This parcel D measuring 450 acres of prime land which stretches 3 kilometers almost parallel to Kelantan River starting from Sultan Yahya Petra Bridge in the north leading to Kampung Pintu Geng in the south.
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Kuantan - the state capital, a popular seaside resort
Putra Square
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Iskandar Invt to award RM2b jobs next year
By Chong Pooi KoonPublished: 2009/10/01



Iskandar Investment Bhd, a government company tasked to build catalytic projects in Iskandar Malaysia in Johor, will give out RM2 billion worth of contracts next year.

The contracts include jobs to build hotels and a shopping mall surrounding the Legoland theme park, president and chief executive officer Arlida Ariff said.

She said the company has awarded over RM1 billion worth of construction jobs before this and it is stepping up the development pace at Iskandar Malaysia. WCT Bhd, an infrastructure firm, had in July won contracts valued at RM767 million to build roads and sewerage there. Property and construction firm Mitrajaya Holdings Bhd has also won jobs from Iskandar Investment.

"We've spent the last few years planning and firming up deals, now it is time to convert those investments into activities that will stimulate more works on the ground," Arlida told a media briefing in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Next year's contracts are mainly for the construction of buildings that include a medical school and student residences, residential units within the Medini cluster, and amenities around Legoland.

The completion date for Legoland has been brought forward by about a year and it is now scheduled to be ready by April 2012, Arlida said. At least one hotel in that area and a shopping mall, will be ready by the time the theme park opens its doors, she said.

There will be a four-star business hotel and another resort hotel around Legoland, she added.

Arlida said Iskandar will bring in partners, both local and foreign, to work on some of the projects.

"Towards this year-end and into next year, we hope to announce at least three more partners and bring in three more universities into Educity (within Iskandar Malaysia)," she said.

"The next two months are very busy for me. I'll be travelling to five countries to finalise deals." She will be travelling to Dubai, the UK, Australia and India in the next two months.

"It's time to expand beyond the current markets and partners that we have now. There's still a lot of room for growth," she said.

Iskandar Investment's reputation and credibility is more solid now that it has awarded a big sum in contracts, she remarked. "We have given out over RM1 billion contracts. This is an affirmation that the project is for real."
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Ipoh - the capital city of the Perak state, known for its great food, tin mines and limestone mountains and caves.

De Garden Mall (NEW)
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De Garden, is set to be a distinguished new landmark in Ipoh, providing a new lifestyle shopping experience where shoppers can enjoy a fine selection of food, drinks and relaxation, all under a glass-canopied boulevard which is expected to be opened in 4th Quarter 2009.

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Building an iconic expo city
Saturday October 10, 2009 By TEE LIN SAY



“It will be a truly integrated city attracting all types of people and
nationalities that will have something to interest each one of them.
The city will create a huge influx of tourists,” says Ch’ng.


THROUGH much of this year, Malaysia Pacific Corp Bhd chief executive Datuk Bill Ch’ng’s business compass has been focused on the iconic Asia Pacific Trade & Expo City (APTEC) – the centre-piece of the company’s project in Iskandar Development.

Ch’ng wants to turn the RM1.6bil APTEC into Asia’s biggest trade and distribution hub with hotels, service apartments, office towers, retail malls, international entertainment city, factory outlets, Malaysia cultural heritage village, and other tourist attractions.

“It will be a truly integrated city attracting all types of people and nationalities that will have something to interest each one of them. The city will create a huge influx of tourists,” says Ch’ng.

APTEC’s other unique component is LakeHill Resort City, a mixed-zone development comprising residential, commercial and tourism attractions.

This is located at Iskandar’s Eastgate Development Zone.

Once completed, both developments will have a combined gross developmental value of RM6.6bil.

“All the 22 parcels of land in the LakeHill Resort City, totalling 638 acres, are unencumbered. The 2008 valuation of the land is at RM450mil, but this will increase once the development starts,” says Ch’ng in an interview with StarBizWeek.

Some of the parcels of land, he points out, have been earmarked for joint venture (JV) purposes.

“Cash from these JVs will provide immediate profits to pay future dividends and cash for funding,” he says.

Interestingly, MP Corp is the only non government-linked company currently involved in the development of the massive Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA).

The masterplan has already been approved and MP Corp has started on infrastructures and civil works and is seeking approval for each of the 22 parcels within the development.

MP Corp’s sole partner in the IDR projects – APTEC and LakeHill – is AmanahRaya Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of AmanahRaya Bhd.

AmanahRaya, wholly owned by the Minister of Finance Inc, has a 22% interest in the joint venture.

Renowned architect

Ch’ng, 70, was the original architect who master-minded the proposed Genting Highland Casino Hill Resort between 1965 and 1972 which encompassed a ‘casino’ as an economic icon of the period to attract tourism and foreign exchange earnings.

He was also named one of the “50 Asia’s Top Corporate Takeover and Turnaround CEOs” by Business Weekly International magazine in 1989, for turning around the Emporium Group Singapore from bankruptcy and also Bousted-Co Singapore and Bousted PLC, United Kingdom from the doldrums.

He was appointed by tycoon Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan as an advisor and subsequently chief executive officer of MP Corp in 2005.

In December 2006, Ch’ng acquired a controlling stake of 60% in MP Corp through his Hong Kong-based private vehicle Top Lander Offshore Inc.

Ch’ng recalls that when he first took over the reins of the company “it was like taking over a sick baby”. Back then, MP Corp was developing low to medium cost houses in the area, now earmarked for the Iskandar development, which he put an immediate halt to. In place, he drew up a new masterplan which got the nod last year.

His mission now is to woo strategic investors – local and foreign – into the project.

By year end, MP Corp will launch its residential properties.

“Our office in Hong Kong is also coordinating and marketing APTEC and LakeHill in Hong Kong and China,” he enthuses.

Ch’ng sees huge potential in Iskandar-Singapore, as he sees strong similarities to Shenzen and Hong Kong economic success story.

“Iskandar-Singapore’s combined logistic, strategic and natural geographical advantage will be the epicentre of the Asia Pacific, Indian Continent and Middle East’s huge consumer market population,” he says.

Originally, the plan was to complete the whole development in 12-15 years but Ch’ng wants to fast track it to within 8 years.

“I want to build it all at one go. You cannot do it on a piecemeal basis. That always fails. You need something very unique and an icon to attract foreigners to come in. And APTEC will spur the imagination of foreign direct investments,” he says.

Ch’ng is now targeting Chinese exhibitors to take up 50% of its wholesale permanent exhibition centre comprising of 2.25 million nett exhibition space.

Meanwhile, initial construction will be financed by bank borrowings.

MP Corp is currently in discussions with some financial institutions to raise a term loan to undertake the project. MP Corp is also seeking a tax-incentive status similar to the ones obtained by Medini and Puteri Harbour in Nusajaya.

In the fourth quarter to June 2009, revenue grew 16% to RM2.73mil year-on-year; the company made a loss of RM915,000 from a profit of RM8.56mil in the previous year’s corresponding quarter.

For the full year, it made a net profit of RM54mil from RM57mil previously.

As at June, the company’s net asset value per share is RM1.55. The counter finished trading on Friday at 54.5 sen.

Two weeks ago, MP Corp proposed a two-renounceable-call rights issue of up to 129.448 million shares together with 129.448 million free detachable warrants.

The rights issue is at RM1 per share; the first call of 42 sen will be fully payable in cash by shareholders while the second call of 58 sen will be capitalised from the retained profits account.

The proposed rights issue is expected to raise gross proceeds of up to about RM54.37mil, of which RM30mil will be used to retire advances from Top Lander.

The proposed three-for-four rights issue is being undertaken on a minimum subscription basis to enable the company to raise funds without incurring interest costs.

MP Corp had determined a minimum subscription of 76.827 million rights shares and the company will obtain a letter of undertaking from its substantial shareholder, Top Lander Offshore Inc, to subscribe for all the rights shares.

The proposed rights issue is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2010.

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Kota Kinabalu, is the capital of Sabah state in Malaysia. It is also the capital of the West Coast Division of Sabah. The city is located on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea.
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Wednesday 02 Dec, 2009
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Artist’s impression of the proposed pedestrian bridge linking the State
Legislative Assembly Complex across the Sarawak River to the Kuching Waterfront.


KUCHING: The proposed pedestrian bridge linking the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) complex to the Kuching Waterfront across the Sarawak River will enhance Kuching as a prime tourist destination, says the Managing Director of Plaza Merdeka Holdings Sdn Bhd, Steve Ng.

He said the bridge, designed by a renowned Malaysian architect, Hijas Kasturi, who also designed the new DUN complex, would allow visitors to savour the real beauty of the city. It would also link the city’s major historical sites, including the proposed Plaza Merdeka, which would be completed in 2012.

“I understand that the project (bridge) is still at the proposal stage,” he told the media yesterday.

On another matter, Ng dismissed the claims of State Assemblyman for Padungan Dominique Ng that there was no progress on the Plaza Merdeka project.

“The project is ahead of schedule with 130 bore piles completed to date. The ground conditions are good and we have not encountered any major problems. The workers are working late into the night, and we are confident of meeting the scheduled opening date in March 2012,” he said.

Plaza Merdeka, he added, had appointed an internationally acclaimed construction company, Binapuri Construction Bhd (the same company which had built the DUN Complex) as the project main contractor.

“We are confident that with their endorsement and strong organisation, we will complete the project in March 2012. We will continue to work hard to ensure a trouble-free construction process,” said Ng.

Besides the shopping complex, Plaza Merdeka will also have a five-star hotel with three-star prices, which would be operational by the third quarter of 2012.
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Johor Bahru is the capital city of Johor in southern Malaysia. Johor Bahru is the southernmost city of the Eurasian mainland.
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Kuantan is the state capital of Pahang, the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. It is situated near the mouth of the Kuantan River and faces the South China Sea.

Putra Square
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- TOWER 2 : 24-storey MSC KUANTAN TOWER (office block)
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Johor Bahru is the capital city of Johor in southern Malaysia. Johor Bahru is the southernmost city of the Eurasian mainland.



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