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29 September 2016
5:48:49 PM

A Journey Through Time Returns for the 10th Year! - Kuala Lumpur

“Malaysia is a leading shopping destination in the region. A Journey Through Time has for the last nine years reinforced Kuala Lumpur as a must-visit destination for the most discerning of travellers from Malaysia and around the world. We are pleased to see the strong commitment by YTL and Starhill Gallery towards growing this event and keeping the content fresh year on year to ensure there is something for everyone to enjoy,” said YBhg. Datuk Seri Mirza Mohammad Taiyab, Director General, Tourism Malaysia.

“This year is special as it is a double celebration. The event is marking an important milestone and we see a stronger content of Malaysian creations taking centre stage through a showcases of our very own cultural legacy - the songket, Malaysia’s first-ever watchmaking company of its calibre – MASA Horlogerie and Simone Jewels’ creations by a Malaysia-born, Singapore-based designer Simone Ng at JeweLuxe®. It is a testament on how it has grown to be more than an event that exhibits international brands but encourages and supports home-grown talents too. This is exactly what Tourism Malaysia has hoped to see as we continue to support local efforts like A Journey Through Time,” added Datuk Seri Mirza.

“Luxury shoppers from Malaysia and around the world have come to expect well-curated experiences in our annual event as we push for more creative content every year. As A Journey Through Time is moving to the next decade, we have also made our offerings more inclusive and opened to the public, encouraging young novice collectors and enthusiasts from the public to discover, better appreciate and acquire timepieces and jewellery in Starhill Gallery. They are the future of the watch and jewellery industry which is expanding to capture new and emerging markets of consumers. Our event must also grow in tandem to appeal to new interests and expectations,” said Joseph Yeoh, Vice President, YTL Land & Development and YTL Hotels and Properties.... ›› more

   

23 September 2016
11:57:39 AM

Taylor’s University and YTL Land Breathe New Life Into Sentul Through Art - Kuala Lumpur

SentulWorks is an art exhibition, jointly presented by YTL Land and Taylor's University, showcasing artworks by thirteen young artists interpreting the historic railway workshops Sentul Works.... ›› more

   

19 September 2016
11:44:19 AM

Taking high-speed rail service to greater heights - The Star

The changing landscape in the transportation industry in recent times has certainly impacted Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL), which operates KLIA Ekspres, the dedicated high-speed rail service connecting Kuala Lumpur city centre to its international airports.... ›› more

   

26 September 2016
2:22:15 PM

Penang students sweep top two prizes - The Star

“I was hoping to win something today, but I definitely did not expect to win the first prize. I just want to participate in the walk with my friends and have a good time,” he said after receiving the top prize from YTL Communications Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Wing K. Lee.... ›› more

   

15 September 2016
10:19:36 AM

ASEAN Belt and Road Connector - HKMB

Southeast Asian conglomerates are tapping Hong Kong’s role as a connector for Belt and Road-related projects. The main catalyst for unlocking investments in infrastructure and other major projects will be a “transparent, coherent regulatory framework” (TCRF), says Dr Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL, one of Malaysia’s largest conglomerates. That’s where Hong Kong comes in, according to Dr Yeoh. “Hong Kong will undoubtedly be a key part of the Belt and Road Initiative not just because it is an international finance centre for the region, but because it is a shining example of how world-class infrastructure can be built if it is backed and funded by TCRF.” “We are exploring opportunities in cement in new frontier countries like Myanmar and Vietnam, which will have massive potential under the Belt and Road Initiative,” says Dr Yeoh. Cement is among the first to reap the benefits of any infrastructure boom. Another sector YTL sees potential in is transport, after a memorandum of understanding to build a high-speed rail link between Malaysia and Singapore was signed last July. Having first mooted the idea in 2002, YTL now is closely following the upcoming tender process for the new rail project. Targeted to open in 2036, the rail link is expected to cut travel time between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to 90 minutes. “Not surprisingly, companies from China are interested and if they regard this project as part of the Belt and Road Initiative, then it would be very exciting to see this as the platform into a wider, high-speed rail network linking ASEAN to China,” says Dr Yeoh, who expects Hong Kong to play a financing role.... ›› more

   
 

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