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Old February 28th, 2012, 05:45 AM   #61
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Movenpick Hotel in Malaysia set for 2014 opening
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Tuesday, 11 January 2011 17:34



DUBAI: Movenpick Hotels & Resorts has signed a management agreement to operate the Movenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA in Malaysia, which is scheduled to open in early 2014.

The property is located near the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and F1 Sepang International Circuit outside Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur.

The 333-room upscale hotel will form part of a larger six-hectare development that includes a world-class convention and exhibition centre.

Datuk Ismee Ismail, group managing director/chief executive of owning company Lembaga Tabung Haji, said the project would also feature a haj complex.

"We've teamed up with Movenpick Hotels & Resorts as it has extensive experience hosting pilgrims in the Middle East as well as meeting corporate travellers' needs all year round.

"We're proud to bring such a renowned hotel company to Malaysia and this reflects the confidence of Movenpick Hotels & Resorts to collaborate with Lembaga Tabung Haji," he said in a statement.

Andreas Mattmuller, chief operating officer for Movenpick Hotels & Resorts, Middle East and Asia, said the property illustrated its commitment to the Asian market and, in particular Malaysia, a key gateway destination for South-East Asia.

"We're excited about this landmark project which will appeal to business, religious and leisure travellers," he said.

The 26,000-sq metre Convention and Exhibition Centre will be an important business draw, featuring a 1,330 sq m column-free ballroom, exhibition hall, multi-function rooms and boardrooms.

The hotel's 333 rooms will span nine floors with room sizes ranging from 30.5 sq m for standard rooms, up to 203 sq m for the royal suite.

The hotel's design will incorporate modern architectural elements with archways, courtyards and large atriums, intertwined with landscaped gardens and water features, and conform to sustainable build and operating practices in order to meet Green Globe standards.

Movenpick Hotels & Resorts, an upscale hotel management company with over 12,000 employees, is represented in 28 countries with over 90 hotels existing or under construction.

Of Swiss origin, the hotel group is owned by Movenpick Holding (66.7%) and the Kingdom Group (33.3%). — Bernama
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Old April 23rd, 2012, 09:15 PM   #63
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Project : Tabung Haji Hotel & Convention Center
Client : Lembaga Tabung Haji
Location : Sepang, Selangor
Year : 2011
Cost : RM270mil


EAG was appointed to provide general advisory on green, solar sun path studies, green checklist. The project will boast 3 blocks of hotel, and one convention center that will be used mainly for Hajj departure. One of the major design features is the light tube inside the atrium of the hotel buildings. With the tapering shape, the external design of the hotel maximizes daylight to hotel rooms but would limit the amount of daylight in the common spaces. The light tube feature expands this possibility by reflecting diffused lights into the interior creating a subtle and cozy atmosphere whilst reducing the need for artificial lighting in the day. The project is targeting GBI CERTIFIED.


http://eag.my/2012/04/tabung-haji-ho...ention-center/
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Old April 24th, 2012, 05:29 PM   #64
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Looks pretty good with modern islamic elements together
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Old April 26th, 2012, 10:21 AM   #65
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Old June 3rd, 2012, 03:53 AM   #66
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According to the KLIA Aeropolis Master Plan, MAHB has identified 2,730 acres out of a total of 22,156 acres in KLIA for commercial development.

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Old June 3rd, 2012, 03:55 AM   #67
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I think I can see theme park overthere
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Old June 4th, 2012, 12:42 AM   #68
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A very good idea bro!
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Old February 23rd, 2013, 05:37 PM   #69
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Movenpick Hotel in Malaysia set for 2014 opening
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Tuesday, 11 January 2011 17:34



DUBAI: Movenpick Hotels & Resorts has signed a management agreement to operate the Movenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA in Malaysia, which is scheduled to open in early 2014.

The property is located near the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and F1 Sepang International Circuit outside Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur.

The 333-room upscale hotel will form part of a larger six-hectare development that includes a world-class convention and exhibition centre.

Datuk Ismee Ismail, group managing director/chief executive of owning company Lembaga Tabung Haji, said the project would also feature a haj complex.

"We've teamed up with Movenpick Hotels & Resorts as it has extensive experience hosting pilgrims in the Middle East as well as meeting corporate travellers' needs all year round.

"We're proud to bring such a renowned hotel company to Malaysia and this reflects the confidence of Movenpick Hotels & Resorts to collaborate with Lembaga Tabung Haji," he said in a statement.

Andreas Mattmuller, chief operating officer for Movenpick Hotels & Resorts, Middle East and Asia, said the property illustrated its commitment to the Asian market and, in particular Malaysia, a key gateway destination for South-East Asia.

"We're excited about this landmark project which will appeal to business, religious and leisure travellers," he said.

The 26,000-sq metre Convention and Exhibition Centre will be an important business draw, featuring a 1,330 sq m column-free ballroom, exhibition hall, multi-function rooms and boardrooms.

The hotel's 333 rooms will span nine floors with room sizes ranging from 30.5 sq m for standard rooms, up to 203 sq m for the royal suite.

The hotel's design will incorporate modern architectural elements with archways, courtyards and large atriums, intertwined with landscaped gardens and water features, and conform to sustainable build and operating practices in order to meet Green Globe standards.

Movenpick Hotels & Resorts, an upscale hotel management company with over 12,000 employees, is represented in 28 countries with over 90 hotels existing or under construction.

Of Swiss origin, the hotel group is owned by Movenpick Holding (66.7%) and the Kingdom Group (33.3%). — Bernama

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Old February 23rd, 2013, 11:58 PM   #70
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KLIA shoud had been called "Aeroplantation"

Airport hotel should be next to the terminal which I suppose KLIA has plenty of land for more airport hotels. Maybe Tabung Haji has too much cash and no place to invest.
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Old February 24th, 2013, 10:34 AM   #71
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KLIA shoud had been called "Aeroplantation"

Airport hotel should be next to the terminal which I suppose KLIA has plenty of land for more airport hotels. Maybe Tabung Haji has too much cash and no place to invest.
Hahaha. Yup aeroplantation. Certainly suite the bill

As for tabung haji. I thought they never use the terminal one. They would do their immigration thinggy on site then a bus would take it straight to the tarmac and plane
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Old February 25th, 2013, 01:00 AM   #72
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What that area needs is a mega theme park (six flags).Somewhere between the F1 and the terminals.
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What that area needs is a mega theme park (six flags).Somewhere between the F1 and the terminals.
den build a super high roller coaster, where on top of it, u can see clearly an aeroplane fly by. joke joke.

I agree that that area should have some attraction, if not really like dead city.

can build a super big stadium for big concert with high tech and modern design (sometimes i saw some concert was held at Sepang) it can become super famous concert stadium where most of the artist in the world dreamed to have a concert there. (since we already have air asia, it might make it easier for other ASEAN country people to come and attend the concert)

but if there is mega theme park (six flags) wanted to come into Malaysia, i would like to see it go to Iskandar, since already have legoland, it might attract more theme park project and eventually become theme park area~
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KLIA shoud had been called "Aeroplantation"

Airport hotel should be next to the terminal which I suppose KLIA has plenty of land for more airport hotels. Maybe Tabung Haji has too much cash and no place to invest.
Mahathir once mention it in his blog that it was MAHB CEO s idea with the kelapa sawit for the extra income
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den build a super high roller coaster, where on top of it, u can see clearly an aeroplane fly by. joke joke.

I agree that that area should have some attraction, if not really like dead city.
Thats part of the fun

can build a super big stadium for big concert with high tech and modern design (sometimes i saw some concert was held at Sepang) it can become super famous concert stadium where most of the artist in the world dreamed to have a concert there. (since we already have air asia, it might make it easier for other ASEAN country people to come and attend the concert)

Actually the F1 grandstand can do the job

but if there is mega theme park (six flags) wanted to come into Malaysia, i would like to see it go to Iskandar, since already have legoland, it might attract more theme park project and eventually become theme park area~

But why Iskandar?The Klang Valley itself have the potential pool of people who are bored stiff with all the malls by now

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Never mind lah with HSR,, they can even build it IN TPM BACKYARD in Pagoh for all I care.
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KLIA to be developed into major aeropolis soon
Tuesday March 19, 2013
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...191&sec=nation

PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) will soon be developed into a major aeropolis or airport city.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd managing director Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad said this would be the airport’s next phase of growth.

“We will have Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA, the first upscale Japanese factory outlet park by Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd in South-East Asia.

“Aside from retail and commercial offerings, KLIA will also host operations of a high-tech industrial and logistics complex to serve the need for aviation-related MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) activities as well as high-value, time sensitive cargo operations,” he said.


KLIA had come a long way since it was first opened in 1998.

Bashir said MAHB airports handled 67.2 million passengers last year, of which 32.8 million were international passengers.

KLIA handled 85.4% of the international passengers.

He said KLIA handles 59.4% of Malaysia’s total passenger traffic and 84% of international cargo.

“As such, most of the economic contribution by the aviation sector in Malaysia originates from KLIA,” he said.

He added that KLIA is also the main revenue generator for MAHB and supported 29 other non-profitable community and rural airports.

“Some rural airports in East Malaysia operate on a corporate social responsibility basis, with no airport tax or passenger service charge being imposed on travellers,” he said.

Meanwhile, Plus Expressway Bhd (PLUS) managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Noorizah Abdul Hamid said those who worked on the North South Express-way (NSE) in 1986 – considered one of the country’s first major privatisated projects – had benefited from the experience in terms of knowledge transfer.

She said locals learned from the foreign consultants working on the project.

“This gave them international exposure and many are now working overseas,” she said.

Besides shaving off travelling time and cost, the NSE had also provided an economic lifeline to more than 700 traders as well as mobile hawkers operating at its rest and recreation (R&R) areas.

As per Plus’ policy of benefiting the local community, only locals who are staying within a 20km radius of the R&R areas are allowed to trade there.

“In the early days, traders would hang their produce by the guardrails and not many vehicles stop-ped.

“Because of that, we built the R&Rs so that they have safe and comfortable areas to sell their products.

The expressway had also become the main artery around which townships, commercial centres and industrial parks have sprouted.
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Tabung Haji Hotel and Convention Centre
Lembaga Tabung Haji has appointed TH Properties as its development contractor to develop and construct the new Tabung Haji and Hotel Convention Centre (“TH HCC”) in the vicinity of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

The TH HCC will replace the existing hub of Haj operations at Kelana Jaya, Selangor. Featuring an upscale hotel managed by an international hotel chain, with world class convention facilities, the development will generate income for Lembaga Tabung Haji whilst being dedicated for pilgrimage operations during the Hajj season.

The Development Building Component consists of a Convention Centre , Hajj Operations Centre, Anjung TInjau, a 333 rooms hotel, Astaka (Exhibition Centre), infrastructure and landscaping.

THP Bina Sdn Bhd, which was awarded the construction works, is expected to commence construction works by end of 2012 with targeted completion within 3 years.









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Spotlight on major ETP projects
Wednesday March 20, 2013
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KL International Airport

THE KL International Airport (KLIA) connects more than 50 international flights to over 100 international destinations, handling some 37 million passengers in 2011 alone.

There is, however, room for improvement in terms of sales per person, which averaged RM30.73 in the first quarter of 2012.

To fully capitalise on KLIA's retail potential, a shopping hub will be created alongside the new KLIA2 low-cost terminal.

The key components of the retail hub would be driven by Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd's (MAHB) overall Aeropolis masterplan, which includes retail in KLIA2, a premium landside mall as well as factory outlets.

During the tender phase, MAHB received overwhelming response from commercial operators keen on participating in the modern retail concept, with rental submissions going as high as over RM2,000 per sq m a month.

The construction of KLIA2, which includes retail area space, is on track to be completed by May as planned.
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