Pangkor set to shine with resort projects


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 02 Jul 2017

LOOKING out from the balcony of a room in a nearly completed hotel facing a beach in Pangkor Island, Datuk David Chua smiles with relief as he gazes at the calm sea that reflects the shine of the morning sun into colourful rays of light.

He has finished the most challenging stage of the development in his Pangkor Resort World (PRW), a 10-year integrated hotel-residential-commercial project that began construction in 2012.

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