The resort is the brand’s first sustainable beach resort in Asia-Pacific, meeting BREEAM standards.
The RM500 million expansion (phase 2) will add another 150 retail outlets spread over three floors in the mall’s new wing.
“Indoor wellness is an almost invisible element in our lives, but one that presents dangers if it’s overlooked,” said group general manager of Nippon Paint Malaysia Group Gladys Goh.
The refurbishment project is part of the Sayangi Rumahku campaign, a joint effort by EdgeProp.my, Paramount Property Development and Nippon Paint Malaysia in support of the National Community Policy or Dasar Komuniti Negara (DKN) formulated by the Housing and Local Government (KPKT) Ministry to improve the lives of the B40 group.
“Many of these new projects are valuable opportunities to create new national icons to showcase and promote Malaysian talent and design professionals. The creative economy must be engendered locally besides the proposed customised incentives of RM1 billion annually for 5 years, to bring in Fortune 500 and “global unicorns” to spearhead the creative economy.”
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“I am neither disappointed nor euphoric (about the budget). This is because I did not expect much from the beginning as the market is rather slow at the moment.”
The RM85 million allocation for the Causeway and Second Link would be a boon to Johor that would result in more investment in Johor, and higher demand for property.