14 January 2015

MRCB calls on embassies to move to KL Sentral CBD

  14 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) is calling on foreign embassies to relocate their offices to the Kuala Lumpur Sentral Central Business District (KL Sentral CBD), which apart from its high connectivity to the airport and the city, offers a safe place to live, work and play and a host of other facilities for an international community.

By virtue of its original design concept, MRCB said KL Sentral CBD was now a major embarkation/disembarkation point for foreign visitors/expatriates, owing to the connectivity to the KL International Airport and flight check-in facility provided by the ERL.

“In light of rising security concerns globally, KL Sentral CBD has demonstrated that its highly protected exclusive environment can offer a balance between architectural aesthetics and security features that foreign embassies have always sought to incorporate into their building designs,” it said in a statement.

“With more than 70% completed, the RM15bil gross development value KL Sentral CBD is an intrinsically critical infrastructure in Kuala Lumpur, as it is a hub of various rail services that is safe and hassle-free for business travellers, tourists and casual travellers,” MRCB said in the statement.

~ By THE STAR

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