The former Lido cinema site which was converted to a supermarket which was burnt down, has been demolished recently.
A new development by Apple from Kuala Lumpur is being carried out.
Investments are now streaming into Jalan Kee Ann and Jalan Pasar Baru.
Vedramall is also being constructed next to this site.
Similarly, another piece of land besides the Melaka river has also been sold. It is awaiting development approval.
Saturday, November 28, 2015
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Saturday, February 21, 2015
Oceanarium Melaka targets 200,000 visitors this year
Published on: Friday, January 30, 2015
Melaka: The Shore Oceanarium Melaka, a commercial aquarium centre here, has target 200,000 visitors from both locally and overseas for this year.
General Manager Choo Chert Kian said the latest tourist attraction in the state has managed to draw more than 20,000 visitors since starting operations early last month.
"Oceanarium Melaka has on display about 500 marine and land exhibits, with 300 being fishes from various countries.
"We also have marine life that are rarely seen by Malaysians such as the obor-obor, lionfish and ikan batu from countries such as Indonesia, the Philippines and Hawaii in the United States," he said.
He said his company was also planning to build another aquarium centre under phase two of the venture and this is expected to be ready in 2017. – Bernama
The Shore Oceanarium Melaka is situated within the Shore Shopping Gallery next to the Melaka River and is open daily from 10.30 am to 9 pm.
Tickets are priced at RM28 for adults, RM18 for children and RM18 for senior citizens above 60. –Bernama
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Monday, February 9, 2015
As the Chinese New Year of the Goat is fast approaching, the webmaster wants to extend our best wishes to all the owners and tenants of our Business Centre. May the New Year of the Goat brings you happiness, wealth, prosperity and health to you and your family.
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Sunday, January 25, 2015
World renown hotelier, Ibis will be constructing their own IBIS MELAKA HOTEL. The hotel will be located at the former Savoy cinema just besides Melaka infamous 9 Storey flats at Jalan Bendahara.
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An aquarium is also set up and is opened for business.
Opposite the river is the newly refurbished Cathay cinema. It is now the Panggung Bangsawan where cultural shows will be performed in the future.
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