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Berjaya Times Square Sdn Bhd

Strategically located in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur, Berjaya Times Square remains Malaysia’s largest inner-city shopping-cum-leisure mall with a gross built-up area of 7.5 million square feet. The complex comprises a 12-level shopping mall, two 46-storey towers of service suites and hotel, 2 levels of hotel floors, 3 levels of office floors, 5 levels of basement and 10 floors of annexed car parks.

The shopping mall which measures approximately 3.5 million square feet houses Berjaya Times Square Theme Park – Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park with 13 major rides and thematic attractions, Ampang Superbowl – one of the largest bowling centres in the country with 48 lanes, Hero Supermarket, over 1,000 retail outlets, cafes and restaurants, health and wellness centres, a 9-screen Cineplex as well as a 34,,090 square feet IT Centre which caters to all modern digital lifestyle needs.

Berjaya Times Square is the Guinness World Records™ holder for the World’s Largest Capsule Vending Machine and in 2015, won recognition by the Malaysia Book of Records™ for the Most Number of Pledges Collected in a Christmas Season Charity Campaign. Since its inception, Berjaya Times Square has garnered over 13 Malaysia Book of Records™ and 1 Guinness World Records™.

Visit Berjaya Times Square Website at www.berjayatimessquarekl.com

Menara MSC Cyberport, Johor Bahru

Menara MSC Cyberport is the first MSC Malaysia Cybercentre in Southern Malaysia with an ISO 9001:2000 certification. With 76 units of office properties having a lettable area of approximately 286,107 square feet within the building, it is located at Jalan Bukit Meldrum in Tanjung Puteri in the heart of Johor Bahru city centre. It is also located next to the Causeway connecting Malaysia to Singapore and opposite the new Customs, Immigration & Quarantine (CIQ) complex.

Berjaya Waterfront Sdn Bhd

Berjaya Waterfront (“BWaterfront”) is located strategically within the government-sanctioned Iskandar Economic Zone in Johor Bahru, featuring 18 acres of duty free zone which includes a 12-level hotel, a 4-storey shopping centre podium with a basement, and annexed with a 6-level car park catering to an assortment of retail, entertainment, dining and recreation options.

The BWaterfront Hotel is located within a 5-minute drive from the main Causeway to Singapore. With 400 rooms and suites and one of the largest MICE (“Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Exhibition”) facilities in the southern region, the hotel provides convenient access to Iskandar Malaysia, the southern development corridor famed for its tourist attractions such as Legoland Malaysia, Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park and Johor Premium Outlets.

The BWaterfront Ferry Terminal is one of the busiest international entry points for travellers from Indonesia for leisure or business. The ferry services take only 90 minutes to Harbour Bay and Batam Centre in Batam Island, and 150 minutes to Bintan Island at an affordable ticket fare. The ferries are spacious, fully air-conditioned and meet international safety requirements.

Natural Avenue Sdn Bhd

Natural Avenue Sdn Bhd is the sole and exclusive agent for Sarawak Turf & Equestrian Club to operate number forecast lotteries in Sarawak. The company operates the 1+3D Big / Small, 3D Big and 3D Big Series games and has outlets across Sarawak. Its Regional Offices are located in Kuching, Sibu and Miri.

Visit Natural Avenue website at www.cashsweep.com.my

Berjaya Assets Food (BAF) Sdn Bhd

Berjaya Assets Food (BAF) Sdn Bhd, a food and beverage business segment and a 100% owned subsidiary of Berjaya Assets Berhad, obtained a licence agreement with Greyhound Café Co Ltd for exclusive rights to establish and operate cafes under the trademark “Greyhound Café” in Malaysia. Greyhound Café is a fashionable casual dining café that offers a trendy and creative mix of menus, great service and ambience. The first Greyhound Café restaurant was opened in March 2016 at ANSA Kuala Lumpur and the second restaurant in Midvalley in July 2017.