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    August 02, Kuala Lumpur – Creon Asia & Kwave announced today that the world-renowned composer-pianist Yiruma will be back in Kuala Lumpur for a one-night show to wow the audiences in Malaysia. Having sold out shows across Asia, Europe, and North America, this phenomenal performer will be performing a live concert this September 10th, 2017 at Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Tickets go on sale July 26th at 6pm via www.TicketPro.com.my Lee-Ru-Ma or better known as Yiruma which means “I shall achieve” in Korean began playing the piano at the age of five and moved to London when...
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    SEA Games gives Malaysia tourism a big push

    As Malaysia rolls out the red carpet to welcome the foreign guests as it hosts the 29th SEA Games, hotels across the Klang Valley are reporting high occupancy, and some are putting in place strict security checks. Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) chief executive officer Yap Lip Seng said with the 12 hotels designa­ted for the Games’ participants being almost fully booked, there was a spillover as visitors had to reserve other hotels instead. “Big sporting events like this are a boon to everyone. “And this is much appreciated as this year has been a tough one for the...
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    Singapore bike-sharing app oBike expands to Malaysia, giving it first-mover advantage

    oBike says it will cost MYR1 (US$0.23) per 15 minutes in Malaysia.    The Singaporean bike-sharing startup oBike announced today it has launched in Malaysia’s Klang Valley (which is anchored by Kuala Lumpur) to bring station-less biking to the area. oBike’s timetable for entering Malaysia was fast — the company just launched in January in Singapore. Furthermore, it is in the midst of a bike-sharing battle with Chinese giants Mobike and ofo in the Lion City. One major difference between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore is traffic congestion (with Kuala Lumpur typically having worse traffic). oBike is positioning itself as...
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