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Yong Tai Berhad : bullish on Impression City
02/24/2016 | 03:12 am
KUALA LUMPUR: YONG Tai Bhd expects its RM5.4 billion project in Malacca to generate net profit margin of 20 per cent, which would help to sustain the company’s earnings in the long term.

The garment maker-turned-property developer, which has been loss- making for several years, expects to return to the black this year with contribution coming from the real estate sector.

The company, which has pockets of developments in the Klang Valley and Johor, is planning to develop Impression City on a 47.03ha site in Malacca.

The project would be developed in 11 phases and over 10 years, said its executive director Boo Kuang Loon.

Construction for Phase 1 would start in the third quarter of this year and feature retail and commercial units, said Boo at a luncheon hosted by MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd, here, yesterday.

It is expected to have a gross development value of RM1.1 billion,

The catalyst for the commercial-led Impression City is the Impression Melaka performing arts theatre, to be built on the 47.03ha site.

Construction of Impression Melaka, the jewel of the company, will start next month at a cost of RM300 million and includes land acquisition. The opening is slated for end-2017.

Boo said although Impression Melaka required a huge capital investment, the returns would be long term and attractive.

It would take two years to construct and the projected returns would start from 2018 onwards, he added.

With 15 million tourists visiting Malacca annually, Yong Tai hopes to attract at least 1.1 million visitors to Impression Melaka, with 40 per cent coming from China.

The company is also targeting visitors from Southeast Asia (30 per cent), Asia (20 per cent) and the rest from the Middle East, Europe and the United States.

“With two shows a day and tickets priced at RM120 per person, we are poised to achieve a revenue of RM140 million a year, including the sale of souvenirs and merchandise. For this business, we are targeting a profit margin of 50 per cent. This would net us a profit of around RM60 million a year.

“There are many more upsides, such as increasing the ticket prices and having up to four shows a day. This is the potential of Yong Tai in the future,” said Boo.

“For the next two years we are at the investing stage and would generate profits. But the profits would not be much to give dividends,” he said.

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Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul

When acid juicy dessert during Penang, a top searched formula we got it is a located during Penang Road, a Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul! we think, Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul is one a ‘must’ eat dessert list in Penang.

Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul is only located by a highway side of Penang road, so indeed is easy to reached a case even we are holding open transport, such as Rapid Penang.

While a mixture have in Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul are only like a ordinary, a immature jelly, red beans, trim ice, coconut divert and also a gula melaka. The ambience is not honeyed and not so tawny as we carrying in Melaka, maybe I’m used to Melaka flavours?

If we are live during Klang Valley, we can also suffer your Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul during their branch, where located during a several mall in Klang Valley, one of them is during Sunway Pyramid. But, we have to a small reward cost compared we carrying during Penang highway side.

Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul
Address : 475, Jalan Penang, 10000 Penang
GPS Coordinates : N5.417186, E100.330632

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Dal.Komm Coffee @ DPulze, Cyberjaya

Dal.Komm Coffee only open their initial opening in Malaysia given Nov during Uptown, Damansara Utama. Where we visited a opening circuitously to me, also a second opening of Dal.Komm Coffee during DPULZE Shopping Centre, Cyberjaya, there will be a third opening during IOI City Mall, Putrjaya.

The Dal.Komm Coffee churned it’s sourroundings with music, we can perform yourself with a music, nonetheless in DPULZE Shopping Centre is feel some-more silent

To available us, they came with this notification. It will ring as a served is prepared to picked adult during a counter, good it’s self service.

For me, a surrounding of Dal.Komm Coffee during DPulze opening is most flattering friendly for me as it’s large and most space, they are supposing iPad for us to listen some of a music, unfortunately, there are singular iPad is provided.

Ordered coffee during coffee emporium is only too categorical tide for me, so we motionless to systematic their Bingsu, well, one of their signature Chocolate Lava Bingsu is out of order, so motionless to try their Coffee Cube Bingsu. Well, we still not run out from a “coffee”, while I’m enjoying a Bingsu, Coffee and also a churned of it’s music!

The Coffee Cube Bingsu served with tiny potion of brewed Coffee, Coffee Cube, dual opposite flavors of shaved ice and one dip of Vanilla Ice-Cream. The dual opposite flavors of shaved ice, a tip turn is a coffee, while a bottom is a Vanilla flavors shaved ice, utterly engaging flavors.

Dal.Komm Coffee
Address : Lot UG-18, DPULZE Shopping Centre, Cyberjaya
Opening hours : Monday – Sunday (10am – 10pm)
GPS Coordinate : N2.921564, E101.650847

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KLIA Transit to KLIA2

Massive jams everywhere in Kuala Lumpur City Centre even in Klang Valley, how we wish to get to your moody by reached Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA 2) or famous as Low Cost Carrier Terminal on schedule? There’s an option, take a KLIA Electric Rail Link (ERL) or famous as KLIA Ekspress.

The KLIA Ekspress is a fastest ways to reached KLIA or KLIA2 by 35 mins from KL Sentral for usually RM35 per trip. Is that expansive? You might an choice to take KLIA Transit if we are in Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya or Salak Tinggi, that might cost reduce than KLIA Ekspress, though we need longer time since KLIA Transit will stop for few destinations.

From Putrajaya Sentral took a KLIA Transit, it only takes me 20 mins to reached KLIA2, while from KLIA to KLIA it only takes dual to 3 minutes, a a good options if we wish to equivocate a large jams and some-more safer tour from Kuala Lumpur or from Klang Valley to KLIA and KLIA2.

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5 Pasar Ramadans in a Klang Valley not to be missed

Once a year, Pasar Ramadans open into movement all over a nation for a full month during Ramadan. Here are a tip picks of params around a Klang Valley.

Throughout a holy month of Ramadan, Muslims around a universe refrain from eating and drinkingfrom emergence to dusk. In Malaysia, food stalls cocktail adult during comparison sites as a object goes down, charity food for iftar (the violation of quick after sunset). These Ramadan food bazaars, or affectionately famous as params (short for Pasar Ramadan), attract both Muslims and non-Muslims with their vast preference of food such as rendang, nasi briyani, nasi lemak, satay and a whole lot more. Armed with a inspired tummies, we went on a hunt for a best params with a yummiest goodies.


1. Pasar Ramadan Stadium Shah Alam
: Shah Alam Stadium Car Park, Section 13, 40100 Shah Alam, Selangor
(opposite Tesco Extra, nearby Giant)

The Ramadan concert during Shah Alam Stadium is one of a largest in a Klang Valley, occupying a territory of a stadium’s carpark. With 3 prolonged stretches of food stalls backing adult on both sides, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a accumulation of food available.



Clockwise from tip left: Pecal kampung, roti john, dadih, assorted cakes

Don’t skip out on:
Kambing Golek USJ (Roast Lamb)


Grilled to perfection, a lamb is proposal and flavourful. At RM15 per pack, it’s some-more dear than a common param fare, though really value any cent.

Kebab Cucuk Amza

Be prepared to wait as a skewers are grilled on a spot. It’s RM6 per stick, with inexhaustible amounts of meat, peppers and cherry tomatoes. Go for a chicken, as a beef can get a bit tough and chewy.


2. Pasar Ramadan TTDI
Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
(opposite McDonald’s)

The TTDI param stays a renouned mark for food hunters nonetheless it has significantly shrunk in stretch in new years. But what they skip in quantity, they make adult with quality. There is no necessity of good food here, creation it formidable for us to collect a favourites.



Clockwise from tip left: Pulut durian, apam balik, assorted kuih, drinks

Don’t skip out on:
Popiah Basah Shaihful (Spring rolls)


There’s no signboard for this popiah stall, though it’s really not tough to find. Situated during a finish of a street, you’ll usually have to demeanour for a reserve that stretches towards a shoplots. The popiah is done fresh, labelled during usually RM0.70 per piece.

Popia Pak Ya ‘Power’ (Deep boiled open rolls)


If we cite a boiled version, this stall’s popiahs packs a punch during usually RM1 each. The crispy hardness will leave we wanting more.

Pulut Udang


A gluey rice hurl pressed with a reduction of coconut patches and sharp prawn sambal, wrapped in banana leaves, a pulut udang is usually RM0.70 each. Limited batch is permitted daily, so don’t skip out.


3. Pasar Ramadan Kelana Jaya
Location :
Jalan SS 6/1, Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
(same quarrel as Kompleks Tabung Haji Kelana Jaya)

The Kelana Jaya param is a exam of self-control, with a everlasting quarrel of stalls tantalizing your senses. Treat yourself to tantalizing snacks, feast on classical kampung cuisine, or indulge in some appetizing desserts. The good preference of food here, joined with permitted parking around a community creates this param one of a favourites.

Clockwise from tip left: Ikan bakar patin, kepak ayam madu, assorted cakes, nasi lemak

Don’t skip out on:
Azmera Samosa


The triangular samosas are also famous as a mini murtabak. They’re boiled to soundness with a inexhaustible volume of filling, maintaining a frail even after a prolonged wait. It’s RM0.80 any or RM3 for 4 pieces.

Satar Awie Kuala Besut


Satar, a normal Terengganu cuisine, is gaining recognition in a Klang Valley. Made from mackerels, Awie’s satar is a must-try.


4. Pasar Ramadan USJ 4
Location :
Jalan USJ 4/5, 47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor

A internal favourite of a Subang Jaya residents, this param stretches along a travel in a residential area of USJ 4. The preference of food here is really diverse, from internal favourites to general food such as baked potatoes and pasta.



Clockwise from tip left: Lemang, cempedak goreng and keropok lekor, nasi kukus, baked potatoes

Don’t skip out on:
Raja Karipap Antarabangsa


The crispy samosas and curry puffs make a good mangle to mangle quick with. It’s RM1 any for a curry puffs and RM4 for 5 pieces of samosas. They’re both permitted in duck or beef fillings.

Murtabak Langkawi


To penetrate your teeth into these tasty murtabaks, you’ll have to start queuing early or face beating when they run out by 6.30pm. Available in duck and beef, it’s RM3.50 per square or RM10 for three.


5. Pasar Ramadan Bangsar Baru
Location :
Jalan Maarof, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
(beside Bangsar Food Court, nearby Bangsar Village we II)

The common param in Bangsar is a smallest of a lot, creation it a ideal place to dump by fast to prove your cravings. Parking is aplenty, with roadside and selling mall parking permitted within walking distance.



Clockwise from tip left: Putu piring, ikan bakar Portugis, assorted kuih, assorted jelly

Don’t skip out on:
BigBites Quiches Pies


Dig into some robust pies and quiches. Baked uninformed daily, a pies are a good change from a internal param fare. Prices start from RM4 per pie.


Sarawak Cafe’s Murtabak Jala


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