Crowne Plaza returns to Downtown Kuala Lumpur in 2021 Registration

Scheduled to open by 2021, the new Crowne Plaza Kuala Lumpur City Centre will be located along Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, a vibrant street lined with embassies, trendy restaurants and bars and within walking distance from the renowned Petronas Twin Towers, which forms part of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, or “KLCC” area.

KLCC is the central heart of the Golden Triangle downtown district of Kuala Lumpur and includes KLCC Park, a 50-acre tropical landscape park regarded as one of the top three public parks in the world, all but a stone’s throw away from the hotel.

The hotel will offer business travellers accommodation close to major commercial areas in the city’s central business district. Guests will have access to a fully-equipped business centre and seven versatile meeting spaces which can be transformed to suit a range of functions and events.

The hotel will also feature a wide range of food and beverage options at the all-day dining restaurant, a number of specialty restaurants and Sky Bar, as well as an outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre for guests to recharge at during their downtime.

Leanne Harwood, Vice-President, Operations, South East Asia and Korea, IHG, said: “With the AEC coming together we see greater opportunities for intra-regional travel. Coupled with the launch of the High Speed Rail linking Singapore and Kuala Lumpur in 2026, we’re confident the city will welcome even more visitors in the coming years.

“The opening of Crowne Plaza Kuala Lumpur City Centre will help cater to the influx of business travellers coming in from all over Asia and we are delighted to partner with Yuk Tung Properties to bring the Crowne Plaza brand into Kuala Lumpur.”

According to Yuk Tung Properties, “Kuala Lumpur is booming as a travel destination with the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) seeing close to 11 million business and leisure travellers every year.

“There is a huge opportunity to deliver great experiences to guests travelling for business and leisure and we look forward to working with IHG to open Crowne Plaza Kuala Lumpur City Centre in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.”

The new hotel complex will be an annexe block within an upcoming development of a 53-storey tower, which is inclusive of 10 levels of carpark podium. The tower will also consist of 396 unit of freehold serviced residences. It will be known as Royce Residence at Menara 8 on Jalan Yap Kwan Seng.

IHG formerly operated Crowne Plaza Mutiara Kuala Lumpur on Jalan Sultan Ismail. The hotel ceased operation in January 2013 and the 40-year old landmark building which Crowne Plaza operated from together with its neighbouring office building, Kompleks Antarabangsa, were torned down to make way for a future skyscraper development, which has since been stalled.

Crowne Plaza is one of the fastest growing hotel brands in the world with nearly 400 hotels in more than 63 countries worldwide, including 71 hotels across the Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA) region.

The announcement of a new Crowne Plaza in Kuala Lumpur follows the opening of IHG’s debut Laos hotel, the Crowne Plaza Vientiane earlier in February.

IHG currently has five hotels across three brands in Malaysia: InterContinental, Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express which debuted in the country with Holiday Inn Express Kuala Lumpur City Centre last year.

The global hotelier debut in Kuala Lumpur in February 2011 when InterContinental replaced the former Hotel Nikko Kuala Lumpur on Jalan Ampang. Eight new IHG hotels will open in the country over the next three to five years.


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KL Gateway Mall opens to the public tomorrow, targets full tenancy by Q3 Registration

“There are many potential retailers and we want to ensure we have a good retail mix and meet our projected target of full tenancy by 2017,” said Suez Capital Sdn Bhd head of asset management Michael Chee Soon Hin.

As of December 2016, KL Gateway Mall has achieved 80% occupancy.

Chee expected KL Gateway Mall to hit 10 million footfalls annually owing to its strategic location.

“With the government encouraging more Light Rail Transit (LRT) usage through more stringent traffic practices, KL Gateway Mall will gain from its proximity to the KL Gateway-Universiti LRT Station which is projected to have more than a million ridership.

“On top of that, we have our state-of-the-art automated carpark system. Therefore, we can expect to achieve 10 million footfalls,” he told

KL Gateway Mall will open its doors to the public tomorrow, 2 March 2017.

Besides South Korean fashion retailer The Twee, which will debut its first flagship store in South East Asia in the mall, He’s Dawan and Tovista — both Malaysian brands, will also make their debuts at KL Gateway Mall.

According to Chee, He’s Dawan will be selling halal soup noodles with handmade fish balls. It is the brainchild of Theresa Lim, the founder of Sisters Crispy Popiah. Tovista is a café that offers a variety of food and beverages.

Among the other tenants secured for the mall are Village Grocer, Yamazaki Bakery, Doutor Coffee, H&M, Home’s Harmony, Mr DIY, Yubiso, Daiso, Times Bookstore and Cotton On.

Located along the Federal Highway, KL Gateway Mall offers a net lettable area of about 300,000 sq ft across seven levels, with over 200 retail outlets.

The entire KL Gateway integrated development has a gross development value (GDV) of RM1.6 billion.

There will be four residential towers of over 1,180 units with built-ups ranging from 500 sq ft to 1,400 sq ft which will be completed this year, while the two Grade A stratified corporate office towers are being delivered in stages, with the first tower already delivered.

It is accessible via the Sprint Expressway, New Pantai Expressway, New Klang Valley Expressway and the Federal Highway.




Updated: 1 March 2017


Aeon Wellness


Arsh Furniture & Carpets

BagSense Factory Outlet


Blink Treading and Waxing

Cars International

Cazemate Hub

Cotton On

Daiso Japan





Eyeworks Optometry

Floating Therapy

Garden Poetry

GMG Timewear


Home’s Harmony



Klinik Alam Medic

Miko Gelare

Mr D.I.Y.

My Home One


Myway Safari Karaoke

Nail & Foot Spa


Pet Lovers Centre

Pierre Cardin

POS Malaysia

Popsicle by Poshbelle

Potion Factory


Quick Cut

Reka Zone Playland

Row Six

Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club



Skinz Sanctuary

Style Design Hair Salon

The Nail Shop

The Twee


Times Bookstore

TM Point

Top Lash

U Mobile

Village Grocer



XES Trendy Family Shoe Store



Food & Beverage


Black and White Fitness Studio Cafe

Boat Noodle

Boost Juice

Cocorica Coffee & Tea

Coffee World Restaurant

Doutor Coffee


Fenix Restaurant

Fresh Me Now

Gelato Fruity

Gong Cha

Greenies Snack & Salad

He’s Dawan

Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart

Hot & Roll

I Love Topokki

Iz Jeruk



La Cucur

Lima Blas Restaurant

Menzo Fukuton

Mr Chizu


New Shanghai Legend Restaurant


Sakae Sushi


Sisters Crispy Popiah

Tan Ngan Lo

Tedboy Bakery

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf


Vineg Plus

Wine Collection

Yamazaki Bakery

Yummi House

Aset Kayamas’ latest project The Hamilton 100% taken up in 3 hours Registration

The Hamilton at Wangsa Maju was fully taken up on its unit selection day held yesterday. It was fully booked by 10am with the expected signing of SPA period to begin in early March.

There are two unit types, 1,000 sq ft and 1,219 sq ft. Each unit is given at least two carpark bays with the selling price starting from RM550,000.

The 34-storey one-block development has a residential title and has a total of 435 units. 

The project is approximately 100m walking distance from the Sri Rampai LRT Station and 200m walking distance to Wangsa Walk Mall.


Crowds gather as early as 6am.


All units were said to be taken by 9.45am on Saturday..


Overwhelming response on 3rdNvenue at Embassy Row project by Titijaya Land Registration

3rdNvenue is the latest property development by Titijaya Land Berhad, a reputable property developer listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia.

More than a thousand purchasers queued up at a private preview event held at the grand ballroom of Pullman Hotel Kuala Lumpur City Centre on Sunday to register units as early as 4am.

Most were hoping to grab their preferred units of lifestyle office suites strategically located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Aimed at promoting the next generation city lifestyle, 3rdNvenue was inspired by the bustling vibe of Fifth Avenue in New York City.

Speaking at the event, Titijaya Land Executive Director Charmaine Lim said the positive response from purchasers of 3rdNvenue shows the market confidence and strong follower base in property products by Titijaya Land, adding that this is a very encouraging sign of recovery in the local property market.

She disclosed that the first phase of development has a total of 1,110 units across 42 storeys which are currently for sale.

“Adorned with a prestigious address along Embassy Row at Jalan Ampang and surrounded with reputable malls, hotels, hospitals and various amenities, we are optimistic that we shall receive good response for 3rdNvenue. The strong branding of Titijaya Land also plays a key role in attracting a large group of buyers,” she added.

3rdNvenue is the latest mixed property development by Titijaya and its joint venture partner, CREC Development (M) Sdn Bhd, which has an estimated gross development value of RM2.1 billion.

Sitting on a piece of land measuring 6.06 acres, 3rdNvenue will comprise four blocks with a total of 2,400 units of lifestyle office suites, serviced apartments and retail lots.

CREC Development (M) Sdn Bhd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Railway Engineering Corporation (M) Sdn Bhd, which is in turn a wholly-owned subsidiary of the world’s second largest construction company, the Hong Kong listed China Railway Group Limited.

“With the expertise and branding from both parties, we are confident that the development will spur high interests for commercial and residential properties within the prime area,” she commented.


Early morning crowd waiting at the escalator leading to the grand ballroom area.

Packed at the registration area.


Media Release by Titijaya Land Berhad.

All eyes on Empire City, ice rink section to open for SEA Games in August Registration

After 16 years, Kuala Lumpur will be hosting the 29th SEA Games which starts on 19 August (this year). Thus far, there have been updates on the different venues from Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd’s upgrading and regeneration works at KL Sports City in Bukit Jalil to the National Velodrome in Nilai.

All in, there will be about 15 venues divided into three clusters where 405 events from 38 sports will be contested.

Among the several new events that will be featured in this year’s SEA Games, which is held every two years, two of them – ice hockey and figure skating – will need a sizeable ice skating rink.

Interestingly, the search for that freeze box has stopped at Empire City – a 28-acre development in Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya, that is still today pretty much a construction site.

According to sources from the SEA Games secretariat, Empire City as a venue for ice hockey and figure skating has been “confirmed”, with training schedule and actual event days lined up and scheduled right down to the hour – these being 25, 27 and 28 August with training as early as 7am on one of those days. The finals will be held on 30 August.

“The Empire City mall may not be completed today but the ice skating rink will be completed by 1 February,” a source from the SEA Games secretariat says.

According to two sources, Mammoth Empire group, the developer of the mixed integrated development, told them last year that the skating rink will be completed by 1 February.

Discussions are ongoing, one source says.

Ironically, as one drives on the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP), Empire City is still very pretty much a construction site.

There are currently two ice skating rinks in the Klang Valley. Sunway Pyramid in Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya, has one with the larger one at IOI City Mall in Putrajaya. (There is also a small leisure ice rink at The Royale Chulan Damansara Hotel in nearby Mutiara Damansara.)

The Sunway Pyramid skating rink was the venue for Skate Asia five times and ice hockey events a few times, says Sunway Bhd CEO of Shopping Malls and Theme Parks, H.C. Chan.

Utilities and staff cost are the main components, says Chan. Ice meltdown and refreshing takes two weeks and involves the cleaning and maintenance work of the piping system.

A source from the sports fraternity says the Sunway venue is unsuitable because there is no seating arrangement for VIPs and spectators. There is also no suitable changing rooms for the competitors or coach meeting rooms.

The Sunway ice skating rink is 39 m x 22.5 m, a source from Sunway group says.

IOI City Mall has an Olympic-sized rink with a 30 m x 60 m iced surface. It is the largest iced surface in Malaysia, its website says.

The source from the sports fraternity says Empire City was selected because it offers spectator seating area although IOI City Mall offers this as well.

The coming SEA Games and the selection of Empire City as a venue, although not considered as a main one as there are other bigger clusters offering different venues, has nonetheless added a bit of heat to the already controversial project.

Last year, on the social media, a series of accusations flew back and forth in the first half of the year. Although the complaints have died down, the coming Games has once against shone the spotlight on the development.

The heat from the spotlight can be rather hot this time around because it involves Malaysia as a host country. The previous venue was Singapore in 2015.

The real hullabaloo with regards to that massive construction site started a couple of years ago.

Around the middle of 2015, the developer gave buyers of certain blocks vacant possession. Of the 12 blocks, Mammoth Empire group has handed six to the buyers, according to press reports.

On giving vacant possession, it also began to charge purchasers of the units the monthly maintenance charges of between 30 sen and 40 sen per sq ft, although the units were not issued with Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC).

Giving buyers vacant possession also effectively triggers their mortgage payments.

Normally, the delivery of vacant possession should come with the CCC, which effectively means the owner can move in, rent or sell the unit.

The delivery of vacant possession also includes the handing over of keys of the parcel to the buyer, with water and electricity supply ready for connection, says National House Buyers Association secretary-general Chang Kim Loong in one of his columns.

In the Empire City case, the developer gave vacant possession and the keys and mortgage payments and service charges kicked in but without the CCC, the unit is not ready or suitable for habitation.

Flipping the units will also be a challenge.

[It is worth to note that stratified units at Empire City are sold as commercial-titled, commercial-use units. The units did not need to comply with the Housing Development Act (HDA) and did not fall under the purview of the Ministry of Housing.]

In an interview with StarBizWeek in March 2016, Mammoth Empire Holdings Sdn Bhd group executive director Datuk Danny J.Y. Cheah said “our lawyers made it very clear to them (buyers) that we would hand over the units once they were ready.” He did not define what he meant by “ready”.

At that same interview, Cheah also said the mall is owned by the group and there is no obligation to complete it on time. Dates for the opening were extended a couple of times.

Since that interview in March 2016, the company has declined to respond to questions about the six blocks which they have given vacant possession. It also did not response to questions about Empire City being a venue for the SEA Games events.


News Source: The Star BizWeek, 7 January 2017

Almost 50% take-up rate for the first block of Aera Residence @ PJ South Registration

Platinum Eminent Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary company of Chin Hin Property Development, is expected to complete the two- tower project by 2021.

Chin Hin Group Berhad group managing director Chiau Haw Choon said the strategically placed service apartments would be affordable and of the highest quality.

“As a manufacturer and supplier of construction materials, almost 100% of the materials will be sourced in-house, which will significantly lower the building cost as well as the selling price.

“We are able to sell the units at between RM410 and RM502 per square foot,” he said during the launch of the project in Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, Kuala Lumpur.

“Tower B will be launched sometime in February. We expect a take-up rate of about 80% by the middle of next year,” Chiau said.

The project is expected to generate RM300mil in gross development value (GDV) and is a leasehold property.

Aera Residence will comprise a total of 752 units with condominium facilities including swimming pool, gym and futsal courts. The project site sits beside a 0.8ha lake and will include a 500m jogging track.

The price for a 718sq ft unit starts from RM293,000 to RM507,000 for a 1,010 sq ft unit.

Sales and marketing director Sally Chiau said each unit would come with air-conditioners, kitchen cabinets with hood and hob as well as a dryer.

“Each unit will also be allocated two parking bays. There will be one floor of retail space as well,” she said.

Also present during the launch were Chin Hin Group Bhd founder and deputy group executive chairman Datuk Chiau Beng Teik and managing director Yeo Chun Sing.


News Source: The Star Metro, 29 December 2016

Mayland to launch RM2.3 billion worth of new projects in 2017 Registration

Its managing director, Datuk Kevin Woo, told that there will be four main projects to be launched.

In Kuala Lumpur, it will be launching One Stonor located at Persiaran Stonor near KLCC and Phase 4 of Royal Garden at Sri Putramas, Jalan Kuching.

In Selangor, it will launch Sierra Green at Sungai Buloh and the remaining units at Hampton Damansara located in Country Heights Damansara. Hampton Damansara was launched on 11 November and has received 148 bookings to date.

One Stonor has a GDV of RM580 million while Sierra Green has a GDV of RM480 million. Meanwhile, Royal Garden’s Phase 4 and Hampton Damansara have a GDV of RM570 million and RM700 million, respectively.

“The response was very encouraging and better than what I expected. We are now moving towards the second phase of sales where pricing starts from RM850 psf. Our next task is the actual realisation of sales,” said Woo.

On the upcoming One Stonor development, Woo said it is a luxury condominium of 285 units with built-up sizes from 677 sq ft to 1,200 sq ft. As much as 65% of the units will be 925 sq ft and below.

“Our pricing will start from RM1,750 psf onwards. We are currently marketing the project overseas to clients in Shanghai and Beijing and hope to market it here by 2Q2017.

“As most of our units are below 925 sq ft, I feel that this makes it a more palatable investment to the Chinese market,” said Woo explaining that he is looking at a 30:70 foreigner and local buyer ratio.

“In KL, condos of a similar size are already being sold at the RM900,000 mark. For an additional RM400,000, you get to be a part of the Stonor address. We are targeting buyers who are young professionals, singles, double income earners and newly-weds,” he added.

Meanwhile, Mayland plans to launch another condominium called Sierra Green in Sungai Buloh comprising 405 units with 85% of the units having built-ups ranging from 1,400 sq ft to 1,500 sq ft, and the balance corner units at 1,800 sq ft.

The project is located a stone’s throw away from the IGB International School and a row of boutique shops 20ft away.

“Prices start from RM800 psf. I would say this development will suit those with families due to the larger built-ups. I am also working to have a seven-tier security system for this project,” said Woo.

As for the launch of Phase 4 of its Royal Garden project comprising 600 units of condos with built-ups from 1,000 sq ft to 1,400 sq ft, prices will start from RM700 psf.

“The subsales for the first three phases of Royal Garden are currently being transacted around the RM800,000 mark. At an entry level of RM700,000 for the new phase, I feel it is still palatable for homebuyers,” said Woo.

As to whether Mayland has plans to move towards developing landed properties, Woo said he has mooted the idea.

“Next to our Hampton Damansara project in Country Heights, we have a balance of 6.8 acres left which we are thinking of building strata-titled terraced houses, or townhouses. There will be a total of 167 units.

“It will probably be a 6-storey townhouse with a service lift to be tentatively priced at around RM6 million per unit with an estimated built-up of 5,500 sq ft. We have already reached the stage of development order but we are still listening to our purchasers and to market sentiments,” said Woo.

“We would like to have more landed property developments located in growth corridors as land prices are cheaper there compared to KL,” said Woo.

He noted that in all of Mayland’s upcoming projects, he, as an architect, is very mindful of the quality that will be delivered.

“It takes one ounce of effort to sell a project but 10 ounces of effort to pacify a buyer who is not happy. Why not then we address all these issues upfront instead of fixing the defects later?”

“This is why nowadays we are selecting contractors who have a higher degree of certainty in delivering high quality products as opposed to the lowest tenderer getting the projects,” said Woo.


News Source: The Edge Property, 16 December 2016

Developers can now withdraw 80% of deposit after CCC issued Registration

The remaining 20% will be returned after the defects and liability period effective from 11 November, said Minister of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government, Tan Sri Noh Omar at the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association (REHDA) annual dinner last night.

Previously, developers would only be returned the 3% deposit after the defects and liability period.

The 3% deposit is the estimated cost of construction of a housing development of the developer’s respective project in order to obtain a developer’s licence.

Meanwhile, REHDA president, Datuk Seri Fateh Iskandar Mohamed Mansor also noted in his speech that the past months have been challenging for the industry as it has has been adversely affected by global economic instability, a falling Ringgit and crash of crude oil prices.

“Negative growth was registered in terms of volume and value of property transactions in 2015 and continued to prolong until 3Q2016.

“NAPIC (the National Property Information Centre) recorded a 13.91% and 12% drop y-o-y in volume and value, respectively,” said Fateh Iskandar.

However, he noted that the grey clouds will not be there forever and the industry will be able to overcome these challenging times.


News Source: The Edge Property, 30 November 2016

D’sara Sentral records 81% take up after OLO preview last weekend Registration

Developed by Mah Sing Group Bhd, the OLO serviced residence comprises 197 units with built-up sizes from 782 sq ft. The minimum selling price starts from RM603,000.

“Proximity to the public transportation system, namely Kampung Selamat Station in Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Line 1, which will be operational on 16 December, is the main attraction for buyers,” Mah Sing chief executive officer Ho Hon Sang said in a press statement today.

The 51km MRT Line 1 begins from Sungai Buloh and runs through the Klang Valley with stops in areas such as Kota Damansara, Mutiara Damansara, Bandar Utama, Damansara and Kuala Lumpur city centre before ending in Kajang.

Ho said a covered walkway will be built to provide direct access to the MRT station from the project and shorten the walking time to the station. The construction of the walkway is expected to be completed by June 2017, while the completion of the entire development is set for 2018.

The 6.55 acre D’sara Sentral is an integrated development with a gross development value (GDV) of RM911 million. It features retail shops, one tower Small-offices Versatile-offices or SoVos and four towers of serviced residences.

D’sara Sentral will be the catalyst for growth in the Sungai Buloh area as the integrated development could create more business activities and job opportunities while bringing greater vibrancy to the area, said Ho.

Currently, the retail shops are 83% completed while the SoVos and the first two towers (SA1 and SA2) of serviced residences are 40% completed.

The final two towers of serviced residences (SB1 and OLO) are now 30% completed with their structure framing reaching level nine and level eight, respectively.


News Source: The Edge Property, 29 November 2016

IOI Properties wins Singapore CBD land tender for RM7.77 billion Registration

The Group successfully tendered for the prime land at RM7.77 billion (SGD 2.57 billion) via Wealthy Link Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of IOIPG.

The bid is the highest in absolute dollar quantum as well as psf ppr for a Government Land Sale (GLS) site in Singapore. The tender drew seven (7) bids which included international property players such as Temasek-owned Mapletree Investments, Hongkong Land Cheung Kong and CapitaLand.

This latest addition to its landbank is an opportunity for the Group to venture into prime office development located in the CBD of Singapore.

It is envisaged to further add on to its existing commercial development of South Beach in Singapore, which is an iconic mixed-use development comprising office, hotel, residential and retail components in downtown Singapore.

Commenting on this successful tender, its Group Executive Chairman, Tan Sri Dato’ Lee Shin Cheng expressed confidence in the Group’s position to leverage on the strong demand for prime office space in Singapore.

“The site is ideally located within the Marina Bay area – Singapore’s premier financial and business district. The future development will be linked directly to the surrounding developments at One Raffles Quay, Marina Bay Financial Centre, as well as the office clusters at Raffles Place and Shenton Way via an extensive network of at-grade, underground and overhead pedestrian links.


“It is also seamlessly connected to the adjacent Downtown Mass Rapid Transit (‘MRT’) Station, nearby Raffles Place MRT Station and the future Shenton Way MRT Station. The development will be attractive to major financial institutions and multinational corporations. Based on the Group’s experience in developing South Beach, we have strong confidence that we can offer another prime and iconic development at Central Boulevard,” he added.

Current property developments in Singapore undertaken by IOIPG comprising Seascape and Cape Royale at Sentosa Cove, Cityscape at Farrer Park, The Trilinq at Jalan Lempeng are performing well.

Its South Beach investment property is enjoying almost full occupancy with renowned multinational tenants including Facebook, Rabobank, Lego amongst other notable international brands. The Group is optimistic that the proposed development of the land will contribute positively to its future revenue stream.


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About IOI Properties Group Berhad

Spanning more than three decades in the property development industry, IOI Properties Group Berhad (“IOIPG”) is one of the leading public-listed property developer in Malaysia. Over the years, it has successfully developed sustainable townships and commercial enclaves in soughtafter regions of Klang Valley such as IOI Resort City, Bandar Puteri Puchong, 16 Sierra and Bandar Puteri Bangi; and established a strong presence in Penang (Northern region) as well as Johor (Southern region) of Malaysia. In the international scene, IOIPG has achieved notable success in Singapore and the People’s Republic of China.

Apart from being an award-winning top property developer, IOIPG is also known for being one of the few integrated property developers that builds and manages its investment properties such as hotels, golf courses, shopping malls and office buildings.

To date, IOIPG has five hotels and two golf courses under its wings namely Putrajaya Marriott Hotel, Palm Garden Hotel, Four Points by Sheraton Puchong, JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach and its latest addition to its hotel collection, the Le Meridien Putrajaya; as well as Palm Garden Golf Club in IOI Resort City and Palm Villa Golf and Country Resort in Johor.

Meanwhile, the Group’s investment assets include an award-winning IOI City Mall – the largest shopping mall in Southern Klang Valley, IOI Mall Puchong and IOI Mall Kulai; retail complexes and purpose-built office buildings.

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