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all season dgn hilton memang kat de hatten pon.. jadi kira 1 je ler kan..
 

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Hangjebat, hmmm..why dun u list out the current on going project (haven completed) as well ? :)

Example :

Arab City, Hatten Square, Jaya99 and so on....
 

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let me help,..all pic are taken by me
(that why it kinna lowsy)

melaka sport city





MANIPAL college



apartment near MMU



hang tuah bridge



the bridge from jln hang tuah to aeon will also have this design
 

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dun't know what is this, beside AMJ-bkt katil junction



kota laksmana





got few more,but tak sempat snap
 

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DP expansion plan



turning to white lah,mcm colonial building pulak



road widening


hatten turn into



madinat al arab


i think maybank is moving beside holiday inn


recently completed walkway


casa del rio almost complete, and the CIQ are resuming construction
 

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http://www.mmail.com.my/content/53085-malacca-be-given-facelift-melaka-alive

Malacca to be given a facelift via 'Melaka Alive'
Submitted by Najiah on Friday, October 22nd, 2010

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T.K. LETCHUMY TAMBOO
Friday, October 22nd, 2010 13:07:00

Melaka Alive, History In a New Way project



HERITAGE PRESERVERS: Petersham Group Ltd operation and development director Keith Thomas; Sarner IXL Sdn Bhd senior vice president Saifful Azhar Sabarudin, CEO Suffian Afendi Ahmad Apandi and president Mohd Nizar Mohd Najib; Sarner UK executive director and managing director Ross Magri, and Petersham park planning and management CEO Jonathan Rounce

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians should brace themselves to see history in a whole different light because by next year, Malacca, known for its historical value, will be given a facelift in a project called 'Melaka Alive, History In a New Way'.

With this project, visitors to the historical state will be able to personally experience the renowned tales of adventure, romance, drama and mystery, set to be brought to life through seamless interactivity and state-of-the-art technology, drawing in viewers to experience history firsthand, from the early days of Malacca to the birth of Malaysia as a nation.

The project, which will be realised in Bandar Hilir, Malacca, will be developed by Sarner IXL Sdn Bhd, a company with 30-years of experience in the delivery of visitor attractions and leisure entertainment centres including the International Astronomy and Space Centre in Liverpool and the Darwin Centre for the Natural History Museum in London.

In his speech at the media briefing held today at the Le Meridian hotel here, President of Sarner IXL Sdn Bhd, Mohd Nizar Mohd Najib, said the idea of 'Melaka Alive' was conceived primarily out of a desire to contribute to the local tourism industry.

"In the recently concluded World Tourism Conference 2010 in Sabah, experts said tourists are no longer content with passive watching. People today are looking for new, unforgettable experiences that cannot be taken away from them," he said.

Malacca, he said, is rich with heritage and historical sites but could do with more innovative products to tell its stories as well as its glorious past.

"Melaka Alive primarily involves upgrading of display mechanisms and a general facelift of the existing heritage sites and assets, following Unesco guidelines," he said.

The project has two phases. The first, involving the revival of the old light and sound show estimated to cost RM21.185 million is expected to be completed by April 2011.

Phase Two will focus on the upgrading of the site and assets of existing museums to make it more compelling and enriching visitor experience through the use of modern technology.

In Phase One, the story of Malacca will be told in an immersive light and sound presentation through projected water screen on board a traditional Malay ship, called 'Bahtera Merdeka', which will be the first of its kind here. It will feature the biggest automated water screen in the region.

Other key features include high resolution specialist projection on water curtain with spectacular world heritage site in the background complete with hologram FX, fire and explosion accompanied by live Surround soundtrack.

Attractions from Phase Two include a maritime museum, a history museum, and the fort walls which is a scenic wall that will surround the attraction sites.

Phase Two has an estimated cost of RM41.4 million and is expected to be completed by October 2011.
 

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anybody have the floor plan of the expansion of Dataran Pahlawan??
wondering Carrefour will be shifted there or not...since that area is quite big and most important is at 1st floor...much btr than the current one.
 

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KERJAYA hotel 27,27,32,42floor



De hatten, 42fl


from NST
the picture looks abit like same as Kerjaya Hotel...
i doubt it is owned by Berjaya.....i mean for Kerjaya Hotel....
i googled the company's parent which is Kerjaya Prospek i suppose...
not that huge company...is it a REAL one or perhaps a SLOW n DELAYING project?
started construction d?
 

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the picture looks abit like same as Kerjaya Hotel...
i doubt it is owned by Berjaya.....i mean for Kerjaya Hotel....
i googled the company's parent which is Kerjaya Prospek i suppose...
not that huge company...is it a REAL one or perhaps a SLOW n DELAYING project?
started construction d?
the place already fenced up & the board is up....i think the construction haven start yet....
 

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i think the earlier news report never mention BERJAYA, they just mention vincent tan,..like lido boulevard in JB also by vincent tan, but not through BERJAYA

but malaysian are really lacking in creativity, all building from jb to png look the same

i wish de hatten,got better design and name like this one in patayya
CentralFestival Pattaya, Thailand
Asia's largest beachfront shopping complex

Hilton hotel on top of the mall is still under construction. It's scheduled to open in Oct 2010
(two 29 storey)






 

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i think the earlier news report never mention BERJAYA, they just mention vincent tan,..like lido boulevard in JB also by vincent tan, but not through BERJAYA

but malaysian are really lacking in creativity, all building from jb to png look the same

i wish de hatten,got better design and name like this one in patayya
Man! if only Klebang or Kota Laksamana has something like this
 

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KERJAYA hotel 27,27,32,42floor

De hatten, 42fl


from NST
other than the above two projects ^^^^
another more true that the project will be developed in the city state of green technology melaka 2020

1. Apartment i heard people will be developed in kg chetty in gajah berang
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2. Jaya99 in bunga raya


3. Bayou Lagoon Resort


4. Arab City




5. Uda street mall with hotel


6. Casa del rio/hotel butik melaka


7. Melaka river waterfront F&B


8. Melaka Waterfront City


9. Bandar Kota Laksmana/Marina1
















10. Melaka Gold Coast/Dataran 1Malaysia








11. Melaka Cultural City Center








12. Eco Marine Theme Park




13. Melaka Sport City




14. Jalur Gemilang Island

15. Redevelopment Melaka Island Project with arab city

16. Eco Friendly Mall with Cable Car beside Mahkota Parade

17. Melaka Insinarator Jasin/alor gajah/sg udang.

18. World Solar Valey

19. Petrol Depot in Besar Island (Pulau Besar)
 
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