KLPac a dream come true
New Straits Times, 25 May 2005
It was easy to let my imagination run wild standing outside the spanking new building of Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) in Sentul. The new complex is a beautiful marriage between a 100-year-old building structure and state-of-the-art architecture. With its “mixed” background, it celebrates the beauty of multiculturalism with a sense of pride.
City home in a park
New Straits Times, 25 April 2005
Fancy a residence in Kuala Lumpur with a private garden and landscaped 18th-century-style English park? YTL Land & Development brings the kampung to the city.
The great outdoors in Sentul East and West
The Star Online, 25 April 2005
“The main reason I bought an apartment here is because of the YTL name. I know for certain that this developer can deliver,” he said, adding that Sentul was also very convenient for him and his family.
Live performances at The Park at Sentul West
Leo Burnett PR, 20 April 2005
The Park at Sentul West treated 350 special guests with a thrilling evening of live performances, welcoming into its gardens the raucous sounds of Hands Percussion and The Jumping Jellybeans. The event gave homeowners of Sentul West and Sentul East a preview of activities they could look forward to when they moved into their new homes.
DUKE to fill 'missing link'
The Star Online, 14 April 2005
After NKVE, SPRINT and MRR2, motorists in the Klang Valley will have another expressway. The planned Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE) will be the “missing link” in the traffic dispersal masterplan of this metropolis of 4.5 million people - and will provide better access to Sentul.
YTL Land projects attract good response
The Star Online, 28 March 2005
In recent years, YTL Land carved a niche for itself as a reputable and innovative developer that has set a bold trend in new layout designs and concepts for its projects.
A new park with an old-world charm
The Star Online, 24 March 2005
Park at Sentul West is fast shaping up on a 14ha land and is poised to become one of Kuala Lumpur's premier landmarks when it is ready middle of the year. The RM35mil park, developed by YTL Land and Development Bhd at where the Sentul Raya golf course was, will not only benefit house buyers in its vicinity, but other city folks, too.
Roadshow gives Bruneians glimpse of ‘Life in Sentul'
Borneo Bulletin, 9 November 2004
Bruneians had the opportunity to view one of Kuala Lumpur's most exclusive properties through the 'Life in Sentul' roadshow. The roadshow, brought by YTL Land & Development presented Bruneians with the perfect opportunity to gain useful insights on 'The Maple', one of the developments available in Kuala Lumpur's highly competitive property market.
More upmarket launches from YTL
The Star Online, 19 July 2004
YTL Land & Development Bhd is leveraging on the good demand for its lifestyle homes in Lake Edge, Puchong, to launch more upmarket properties in the gated community enclave and other parts of the Klang Valley.
Advertising that works
Research Inc. (Asia), 24 May 2004
Not many real estates developers have been able to communicate as effectively and with such finesse and subtlety as YTL Land & Development Bhd. Knowing that location, location, and location do contribute to the marketability of a project, the company looked beyond that to create unique selling propositions for its developments in the Sentul and Puchong.