Now everyone can fly…. into Malaysia more. I think this can be an extension to what AirAsia has been saying to all its passengers since the very beginning. I must admit, AirAsia is not my first choice. Malaysia Airlines is. This is especially if I am flying with my family. When I am flying alone, … Read moreMore flights, more connections; China and Malaysia
Reference to thestar.com.my article. Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) announced the following: Passenger traffic to and from 18 countries registered double-digit growth, including the United Kingdom, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Laos, Pakistan, New Zealand, Oman, Nepal, Mauritius, Kazakhstan and Japan which registered more than 20% growth. International traffic for Asean countries grew 6.9% to 1.8 million … Read moreDefinitely good news for the economy when traffic grows
My sister-in-law bought 3 dresses in the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA just 2 weeks ago. She said, ‘It’s so cheap…’ The brand was her favourite; MNG. How cheap is cheap? Well, RM89 for 3 dresses is definitely cheap right? My wife tried the sizes too but somehow none fit nicely, so she did not get … Read moreMitsui Outlet Park to be biggest outlet mall within South East Asia
I wrote about this earlier but as at now, there are no further announcements as to what would be the plans for Penang International Airport (PIA). The following was what AirAsia Malaysia CEO Aireen Omar said in a Bernama article about the Penang International Airport (PIA) recently. “Our parking bays and terminals are very congested during … Read morePenang International Airport – What’s next?
I wrote about this so long ago that I have forgotten all about it. Read here: Airport within a mall, Mitsuit Outlet and Aeropolis I have been to the Mitsui Outlet twice since then. Want to know my thoughts? Read Here. I think the concept is good if it could happen as envisioned; an Aeropolis or … Read moreAeropolis KLIA, major thrusts and plans, RM7 billion investments
Someone forwarded me a property related news article about KLIA having started planning for Terminal 3. Well, let’s learn a little about KLIA versus the closest competing airport in the region, Changi. Reported in Channel News Asia, Changi airport welcomed 40.9 million passengers within the first 9 months of 2015. If we assume arrivals remain … Read moreChangi Airport as a good benchmark for Terminal 3, KLIA.
Yes, I have been to Mitsui Outlet Park (MOP)last weekend. Yes, I liked the trip. If you love good running shoes from PUMA (my favourite running shoe brand) at below RM200, if you love the ‘fast’ looking running shoes from Nike for RM229, if you love children denim jacket from MANGO for RM29 and last … Read moreMitsui Outlet Park vs Johor Premium Outlet?
Yes, this is the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang which is opening on May 30. I have been to Johor Premium Outlet a few times and I love the shopping because I could get brands I love for less. Johor Premium Outlet is more American as the partner is a very established American outlet store. … Read moreKLIA’s new mall, the Mitsui Outlet Park.
K.I.A? Kulim International Airport, if they do adopt such a name in the future. In a news article which I consider as positive for both Penang and Kulim industrial parks, the proposed international airport for Kulim is aiming at satisfying the demand for cargo services for which the Penang international airport (PIA) is unable to … Read moreKIA vs PIA, cargo vs passenger.
The first time I took a flight was in Subang Airport nearly twenty years ago. It was from KL to London, via Amsterdam. Subangg airport looked pretty normal to me. I arrived in Amsterdam and there was a huge difference between their airport and ours. Then, I arrived in Heathrow and well again it looked … Read moreAirport within a mall, Mitsui Outlet and Aeropolis