Why Malaysia's Sentul Depot is perfect for place-making during the pandemic


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  • Monday, 20 Dec 2021

Currently, about half of the total area at Sentul Depot is available for use, with the latest addition to the space being a food and beverage set-up. Photos: YTL Land

The beauty and value of heritage buildings is immeasurable.

Although much of Malaysia’s built heritage has been lost forever or is at risk, there is a growing awareness and commitment to preserve what we have.

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