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By Seah Chiang Nee
ALAMANDA, Putrajaya#039;s first shopping centre costing RM300mil, will be completed by year-end, according to Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd chairman Datuk Mohd Hashim Hassan.
FINDING vegetables at supermarkets across Singapore on Monday was a case of now you don#8217;t see them, now you do.
Modern architecture, cosy retail space and close proximity to the city#8217;s business district #8211; all perfect ingredients for a new shopping haven. REENA GURBAKSH gets the grand tour of Kuala Lumpur#8217;s new Maju Junction Mall and finds that shopping here is a lot more than just spending money.
After 26 years and over 100 million travellers, the Puduraya terminal will begin to see its last days as a public transport terminal from today.
For such an unassuming little eatery, hidden away from the main road of Jalan Cheras, in Kuala Lumpur, Restoran San Wah sure has attracted a steady stream of loyal I>bak kut teh/I(Hokkien for pork ribs tea) enthusiasts over the last 15 years.
Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah.This week he asks : WHAT#8217;S up on the retail scene? He answers more and more hypermarkets and shopping centres are opening.
FOR hundreds of years, the richness and uniqueness of the Malaccan cuisines had remained within the four walls of the Chitty, Nyonya and Portuguese communities. It was only in the last 20 to 30 years that the Nyonyas and Portuguese opened their kitchens to the outside world, with the latter setting up restaurants mainly on the Portuguese Settlement in Ujong Pasir while the former had small stalls selling Nyonya I>laksa/Iand I>popiah/I>.
FARRIS BAHAROM went undercover to find out just how susceptible teenage girls are to advances from strange men.
A simple dish dish from Korea conquers Los Angeles with it purity and texture.