Penang property group seeks stunning photos in annual photography contest


Ideal Property Group chief operating officer, Datuk Ng Tyan Ping (middle) receiving the Top 10 Developers and Best Philanthropic Awards at Property Insight Prestigious Developer Awards (Pipda) 2019 which was held at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

IDEAL Property Group (Ideal) is inviting photographers to submit shots taken of its property projects in Penang for its annual photo contest.

Its group chief operating officer Datuk Ng Tyan Ping said the contest would judge the photographs, including drone shots, from an architectural and aesthetic perspective.

“The contest is an excellent opportunity for aspiring and professional photographers to showcase their skills and compete for substantial cash prizes,” she said.

The top prize is RM3,000, with additional prizes for runners-up and commendations.

Submissions for the My Ideal Home photo contest are open until June 28.

Those interested can download the entry form from the property group’s website or its Facebook page.

In addition, Ideal is showcasing inspiring photographs from previous My Ideal Home photo contest winners at 1st Avenue mall.

Ng said these photographs gave an intimate look at how Ideal projects blend architectural aesthetic with quality lifestyle to create welcoming and sophisticated environments.

“Ideal developments are characterised by their commitment to creating legacies through the values of creativity, as seen in their meticulously crafted living spaces,” Ng said.

“This exhibition is not just a platform to display remarkable photography, but also an invitation to discover the warmth and sustainability that are hallmarks of our projects.

“We are thrilled to bring together a diverse group of photography enthusiasts to share how these spaces impact and inspire our daily lives,” he added.

The exhibition is open to the public until July 31.

For details, call 04-645 6888.

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