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Bangkok in Flames

21 May, 2010 | Written by Patchay at 11:50 PM in

Bangkok looks like the world is gonna end tomorrow. Sad. Central World will rise up again, larger than ever.

Picture by chengo

Like someone said: "The best are the NO SHIRTS in Phuket and other Thai islands."

YTL is bringing a new shopping experience to Kuala Lumpur. The new Starhill Gallery will feature cutting edge glass facade, perhaps the first of its kind in this region.

The crystal-like architecture will automatically transformed Starhill Gallery into one of Asia's most prominent luxury mall.

Good news is that construction has started. And when completed, Bukit Bintang will never be the same again!

Acknowledgement, courtesy of: SPARCH

Special thanks to szehoong, victor18, rizalhakim and daijoubu.

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Empire Damansara is amongst a host of new enclaves that will further transform the Damansara area.

An integrated mixed development within the Damansara Perdana enclave in Petaling Jaya comprising of Empire Studio (39-storey), two SOHO blocks (27 and 24-storeys), Empire Residence (25-storey), a midrise office tower (12-storey), Empire Detached Offices and road-fronting retail shops.

Site construction has started. Completion in 2013.

As reported by TheStar in March 2010, there are at least 48 more projects (Kota Damansara alone?) coming on stream in the Damansara area.

Bad news for folks like me is that the whole area is gonna be jam like mad!

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Related article: Kuala Lumpur Roundup 2008-2012 (Updated8)

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