RM1 billion worth of style and glamour during Starhill Gallery's A Journey Through Time VII
Borneo Post, 6 November 2013
A Journey Through Time, Asia’s grandest luxury watch and jewellery showcase, will return to the Starhill Gallery for the seventh consecutive year, from November 22 to 29 this year. A Journey Through Time VII will not only focus on the beauty and elegance of the watches, but highlight the craftsmanship, passion and artistry that goes into the creation of these items.
Enthusiasts can keep up to date with all the happenings of A Journey Through Time VII with the all-access online pass to the stellar event, the Starhill Gallery Luxury Channel. The website provides daily live streaming of the gala dinners, event highlights of boutique launches, unveilings of new collections as well as interviews with watch experts and even a chance to win prizes.
The spectacular event upholds Starhill Gallery’s status as Malaysia’s premium shopping centre which offers shopping privileges and a duty-free haven for the world’s biggest names in high-end timepieces and jewellery.
Kimora brings in fabulosity
Malay Mail, 26 September 2013
Kimora gained fame through her television programme Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane.
On Sept 23, Kimora tweeted: “W the PM of #Malaysia Dato Sri Najib, my dear Dr Tim and Tan Sri Azman in #San-Francisco” as well as “In #SanFrancisco with my friend Datin Sri Rosmah at the opening ceremony of Khazanah SF.”
Early this month, the six-footer Kimora was spotted at Kuala Lumpur’s luxury shopping centre Starhill Gallery, for the launch of an online television channel based on the fashion and lifestyle of Starhill Gallery Luxury Channel.
“Since I know the family of Yeoh (Tan Sri Francis Yeoh) and Teoh (Arianna Teoh), I became close to them and that will make me come here often.
“I was also provided a lovely place to stay, in the penthouse of the Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur. I feel very lucky,” she said.
Three of KL's Top 20 Restaurants listed by CNN Travel housed in YTL Properties
CNN, 18 June 2013
CNN recently listed Kuala Lumpur as the 4th best shopping destination in the world after New York, London and Tokyo. Kuala Lumpur was also ranked as the second best retail shopping destination in Asia Pacific, according to the Globe Shopper Index, cementing its position as a shopping paradise. Shopping and dining seems to take centre stage as seen by the multitude of malls and eateries sprouting all around Malaysia's capital city.
It was widely acknowledged that YTL played a significant role by persuading the government to remove the high duties of branded goods and also to allow the fast tracking of the Bintang Walk pedestrian walk which is enjoyed by 50 million tourists and Malaysians yearly.
Three of the Kuala Lumpur's Top 20 Restaurants listed by CNN Travel are housed in YTL Properties in the city Centre. Shanghai Restaurant in JW Marriott, Enak in Starhill Gallery and Kim Lian Kee in Lot 10 Hutong are a must-try for a satiating culinary experience.
From street snacks to posh plates at the city’s best-dressed tables, variety is the key in multi-cultural KL.