Breathe better with cleaner air

Breathe better with cleaner air

Breathe with Better Cleaner Air

Which air purifier will you choose?

The transboundary haze plaguing Malaysia annually has raised the public’s awareness on the importance of good air quality. Consequently, there are now a plethora of air purifiers in the market. As such, shopping for one can be a daunting task.

We surveyed the market to give you a brief review of what is available in Malaysia. Below, we compare the attributes of air purifiers from five popular brands – Coway, Cuckoo, Dyson, Panasonic and Sharp.

A good air purifier is effective in both removing airborne particles and improving indoor air quality. The objective of the air purifiers is to minimize the hazardous health effect of polluted indoor air in a user friendly manner by continuously reducing the concentration of particles in the air to a minimum, especially the smallest particles (nano particles, below 0,1micron) as these are considered causing the most severe health problems.

Coway has four air purifiers available in Malaysia. The Dolomities has a 4-step filtration, the Indicator and Tuba have 5, and the Lombok II has 6. All of them feature Coway’s Anti-Flu HEPA™ Filter that eliminates cigarette smoke, micro dust, bacteria, viruses and germs. Indicator and Lombok II have a resistive barrier discharge (RBD) plasma and filtration system that generates charged ions that capture airborne particles and sterilise moulds and germs like Aspergillus, Nigermand and E.Coli and decompose harmful gases like formaldehyde. All but Dolomities have a deodorisation filter.

Source: Coway

Cuckoo only has one air purifier in the market, simply named B Model, which is certified with the Clean Air Mark by the Korean Air Cleaning Association. It features an 8-level filtration, which consists of 5 filters – “Pre-Filter, Allergen Plus, Harmful Gas Relax, Deodorixing, 4-in-1 HEPA” – and a plasma ionizer. Cuckoo boasts of filters that are 1.5x larger than those of regular air purifiers (300x465).

Dyson, meanwhile, boasts of filters capable of capturing pollutants as small as 0.1 microns. Moreover, Dyson’s 360° Glass HEPA filter is engineered to draw air from all around, allowing free positioning of the machine. A layer of activated carbon granules captures odours and potentially harmful toxins like paint fumes.

Dyson’s patented Air Multiplier™ technology draw air through the filter and accelerate it through the machine, creating a long-range stream of smooth air. It’s the same technology used in Dyson’s bladeless fans.

The Dyson Pure Cool™ and Pure Cool™ Link are also low maintenance. Some purifiers rely on you changing, washing and drying your filters every month or so. Waiting for the filters to dry can result in up to six hours without a purifier. It takes fewer than 60 seconds to replace Dyson’s filter, and only after using it for 12 hours every day for a year.

Dyson’s 360° Glass HEPA filter is engineered to draw air from all angles

Panasonic, meanwhile, feature long-lasting filters (other than the pre-filters). The filters of the F-VK655A last 5 years while those of F-VXK70A lasts 10 years.

The key technology in Panasonic air purifiers is nanoe™ – it claims that this technology inhibits 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, reduces 90% of odour after 30 minutes, and even restores moisture back to your skin! A nanoe™ is a fine (5-20nm) and weak acidic water particle with a reactive substance and an electric charge. nanoe™ possesses the characteristics of removing hydrogen from viruses, bacteria, odours and allergens. It has a lifespan 6x of normal ions. The nanoe™ dimension is one-billionth parts of vapour, which enables it to easily penetrate textile fibres and eliminate bacteria and odour.

Sharp has a similar technology, which it calls Plasmacluster Ion technology, that powerfully and quickly removes airborne particles.

Mechanism for removing bacteria from the air using Plasmacluster (for illustration purpose only)

Source: Sharp

Filtration aside, there are other unique characteristics that may sway you to consider them.

Sharp, for example, has two air purifier models that can also double as a mosquito catcher! Some of the Panasonic and Sharp models are also humidifiers. Cuckoo has voice guide enabled — you can choose between English, Malay and Mandarin.

Dyson air purifiers double as fans and arguably the most aesthetically-pleasant air purifiers in the market. Not that because they are fans, they tend to be louder than others when on higher fan speeds. Nonetheless, they are quieter than regular blade fans. Moreover, while other air purifiers rely on big AC motors and large filters to purify the air, taking up valuable space in your home, Dyson purifier fans use a small efficient DC motor. Its compact footprint makes it smaller than conventional purifiers.

Dyson purifiers can be set to automatically monitor, react and purify the air — multiple sensors  detect changes in conditions, before automatically adjusting airflow to maintain your target air quality. Live air quality metrics are then sent straight to your Dyson Link app (for Pure Cool™ Link machines). You can also control your purifier remotely via the app.

Brand Model Power Consumption Airflow Rate Noise Level (dB) Pollution Indicator Weight (kg)

Indicator

5.6 – 38.0W 1.9 – 5.1 m³/min 21.1 – 48.0 Colour Indicator 7.9

Lombok II

13 – 72W 1.6 – 7.1 m³/min 20.0 – 70.5 Colour Indicator 12.0

Tuba

106W Max 4.2 – 16.8 m³/min 31.2 – 52.5 Colour Indicator 25.0

B Model

16.4 – 33W n/a n/a -Colour indicator

-Contamination figure

-Voice Guide

11.4

Pure Cool™

56W 33.4 litres/s 63dBA
(Max Setting)
Colour indicator. Detailed reported shown via Dyson Link App. 3.03 (desk)

3.2 (tower)

Pure Cool™ Link

56W 418 litres/s 63dBA
(Max Setting)
Colour indicator. Detailed reported shown via Dyson Link App. 3.03 (desk)

3.2 (tower)

F-VK655A

12 – 54W 1-5.5m³/min 10 – 58 Colour indicator 11.9

F-VXK70A

n/a 1.1-6.7m³/min 18 – 54 Colour indicator 10.2

 

Brand & Model Power Consumption

Airflow Rate
Noise Level

Pollution Indicator
Weight (kg)

Indicator

5.6 – 38.0W

1.9 – 5.1 m³/min

21.1 – 48.0

Colour Indicator

7.9

Lombok II
13 – 72W

1.6 – 7.1 m³/ min

20.0 – 70.5

Colour Indicator

12.0

Tuba
106W Max

4.2 – 16.8 m³/ min

31.2 – 52.5

Colour Indicator

25.0

B Model

16.4 – 33W

n/a

n/a

Colour indicator, contamination figure, voice Guide

11.4

Pure Cool™

56W

33.4 litres/s

63dBA
(Max Setting)—Colour indicator. Detailed report shown via Dyson Link App.
3.03 (Desk)


3.2 (Tower)

V6 Entry

56W

418 litres/s

63dBA
(Max Setting)—Colour indicator. Detailed report shown via Dyson Link App.
3.03 (Desk)

3.2 (Tower)

F-VK665A

12 – 54W

1 – 5.5 m³/min

10 – 58

Colour Indicator

11.9

F-VXK70A

n/a

1.1 – 6.7 m³/min

18 – 54

Colour Indicator

 

10.2

Decent air purifiers are not cheap. Coway and Cuckoo air purifiers can also be rented if you prefer not to buy them outright.

Coways range from RM2,500 to RM4,500 or RM85-150/month to rent. The Cuckoo B Model is RM2,988 or RM120/month to rent. Dyson’s Pure Cool™ Link tower costs RM3,399 while the desk model costs RM2,599. Panasonic models range from RM599 for the entry level F-PXJ30A with 20m2 coverage, to RM2,999 for the F-VK655A. Sharp air purifiers range from RM549 to RM2,619, with the two mosquito catcher models costing RM769 and RM1,049.

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How three cities from across the world have become global ‘Smart City’ leaders

How three cities from across the world have become global ‘Smart City’ leaders

How three cities from across the world have become global ‘Smart City’ leaders

It stands to reason that, as technology advances, so too would the quality of life and living of humankind. Smart Cities are quickly gaining traction globally, and it’s estimated that by 2025, there will be 88 of them around the world. Of course, Malaysia is no exception.

But, what is a Smart City, exactly? Is it a city filled with smart people? A city of tall skyscrapers, clean air, and flying cars?

The concept of ‘Smart City’ varies – there is no universal consensus yet on what defines a Smart City, but the overarching idea points towards the use of technology in innovative ways to integrate components of a city.

These components include its government, the human networks, and the environment, to find the best and most efficient, earth-friendly solutions for the city of the future.

In 2012, internationally-renowned urban strategist and Smart City expert Boyd Cohen unveiled his Smart City Wheel, which outlines the features, functions, and goals of a Smart City, with reference to major indicators and rankings.

Cohen’s framework has been widely adopted by various academia and industry players; and Cohen, together with other prominent researchers and advocates of the Smart City concept further developed a set of 62 assessment indicators.

Smart City #1 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

The iconic Iamsterdam letters behind the Rijksmuseum on Museumplein

Amsterdam represents another of the Five Flagships among Smart Cities, having drawn up a plan for rolling out fibre to 40,000 homes in 2002. This plan was executed in 2006, with another 100,000 homes receiving fibre by 2009. By allowing the implementation of projects at a local level in the city, the effectiveness of the project can be easily gauged, with the most effective strategies then implemented on a wider scale.

Centering its focus on six key aspects, namely Infrastructure and Technology, Mobility, Governance and Education, Citizens and Living, Circular City, and Energy, Water and Waste, Amsterdam adopts the bottom-up philosophy throughout the implementation of its Smart City initiative.

The City-zen project is part of Amsterdam’s initiative, with the goal to develop and demonstrate energy efficient cities and to build a methodology and tools for cities, industries and citizens to reach the 20-20-20 targets, which are a series of targets set by the European Union, which aims for a 20% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to 1990 levels, 20% of the energy, on the basis of consumption, coming from renewables and a 20% increase in energy efficiency.

Smart City #2 – Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, the city that never sleeps. Image from Barcelonaturisme

Acknowledged as one of the first Smart Cities in the world, Barcelona is also considered one of the cities at the forefront of Smart City development. In 2015, they were also named as The Smartest City in the World.

The move to uplift Barcelona towards the status of a Smart City was spearheaded by then-Deputy Mayor Antoni Vives back in 2000, with the plan to utilise technology and innovative solutions to manage resources and services, thus improving the quality of life of its residents.

Barcelona is also lauded by the European Union for its application of carbon-lowering technologies, such as its combination of an efficient bus system with hybrid busses that reduce emissions. Others include Smart parking spaces, which reduce loiter time waiting for a space, its bicycle sharing system, as well as a pneumatic waste management system (which means fewer garbage trucks).

Smart City #3 – Taipei, Taiwan

The Taipei 101 stands majestically in the background. Image from the Taiwan Tourism Bureau

The city of Taipei is recognised as a flagship Smart City in Asia, having been named among the Top 7 Intelligent Communities of the Year by the Intelligent Community Forum in 2004 and again in 2006. In 2015, the Taipei City Bus System’s app as well as the city council’s apps for municipal administration and dynamic disaster prevention won the Innovative Application Award for Smart Mobility and Smart Governance respectively.

Those stand in line with Taipei’s Smart City policy, which will focus on the areas of Smart Governance, Smart Infrastructure, Smart Citizens, and Smart Experiment Sites, with the ultimate goal of the initiative being to better public services and facilities for citizens through the application and implementation of intelligent technologies and IoT solutions.

Malaysia Wants to have Smart Cities Too!

Closer to home, Malaysia is working towards Smart City efforts, in cities such as Cyberjaya, Penang and Nusajaya, Johor, exploring joint ventures or executing blueprints to bring the dream of an efficient, smarter city to life.

The state of Selangor — the largest contributor to the Malaysian GDP at RM 240 billion (US$54.5 billion) — is herself working towards joining the ranks of Flagship Smart Cities globally, with initiatives such as WiFi Selangorku, the #SmartSelangor Bus Service, and a Smart Waste Management System called iClean Selangor already in place.

We expect leadership to deliver much more in the nearer future, as they unveil their Smart Selangor Blueprint at the Selangor Smart City International Conference this December.

MR.D.I.Y. & DAISO compared in RM5 November showdown

MR.D.I.Y. & DAISO compared in RM5 November showdown

MR.D.I.Y. & DAISO Compared In RM5 NOVEMBER Showdown.

MR.D.I.Y. lowers prices for a limited time, RM5 Sale matches Daiso’s price sen for sen.

Smart consumers are the ones who will take their time to compare the prices from different vendors to make sure they make smart purchasing decisions.
But that can take a lot of time so we’ve gone ahead and done it for you.
MR.D.I.Y. is holding a RM 5 sale that will last throughout the month of November, bringing their prices down to match that of Daiso’s, whose products are selling at RM5 year around.

So we’ve gone into both shops to compare each company’s products and rate them on the quality and quantity of their wares.

Pails

Upon buying the pails, we immediately noticed the difference in size, MR.D.I.Y.’s is almost twice as big as the one we bought in Daiso. We knocked them up a bit and also found the pail from MR.D.I.Y. to be of slightly better quality than the one we bought from Daiso.

Water Bottles

The two water bottles don’t differ much in terms of quality. But for RM5, the MR.D.I.Y. bottle can hold 2.5 litres of water while the one from Daiso can only hold 1.6litres, though these arguably serve different purposes, one made to be more portable and one to be left at home. Furthermore, the MR.D.I.Y. bottle comes with a handle while the one from Daiso doesn’t.

Chopping board

Daiso’s chopping board has a bigger surface area than MR.D.I.Y.’s. But MR.D.I.Y. ‘s board is thicker and is beautifully made of bamboo. However, Daiso’s chopping board, being made of plastic, is lighter, making it easier to be carried around.

Toilet Brush

Daiso’s toilet brush is made of flimsier material advertised on the packaging as “spongetawashi” but they come off easily when pulled. On the other hand, MR.D.I.Y.’s toilet brush is both sturdy and comes with a container. MR.D.I.Y.’s brush however, is made straight, making it difficult to reach into the deeper areas of the bowl while Daiso’s is shaped slightly slanted at the end, making it easier to manoeuvre into hard to reach areas.

Clocks

The clocks, other than in its design, are minimally different from one another, both featuring analog faces. But where they differ is in their size, with the one from MR.D.I.Y. being slightly larger than the one we bought from Daiso.

Padlocks

Arguably, both of these padlocks serve different purposes, the one from Daiso, which is normally used for luggage and travelling bags, and another from MR.D.I.Y. for doors and gates. However, it needs to be said that purely in terms of getting the most bang for your buck, that MR.D.I.Y. is the winner in giving you value for money.

Correction Tape

In comparing the correction tape from the two different brands, we found that for RM 5, MR.D.I.Y. is giving us six rollers, while Daiso only gave us one for the same price. We opened them up to test the quality, they both give us roughly the same amount of tape. But it must be said that the one from Daiso can be refilled with tape sold at their stores.

Stationery

The stationery we bought from Daiso was of their own brand and for RM 5 we could only afford a set of four pencils. However, when we went to MR.D.I.Y. , we were pleasantly surprised to find that for the same price, we got a set of six 2B pencils, three erasers (2 of which can be fitted on back of the pencils), a ruler, and a sharpener, not to mention they were from Faber-Castell.

Socks

For the same price, we managed to get a set of three pairs of socks from MR.D.I.Y. whereas, when we looked for the same product in Daiso, we could only find one pair at the same price. There isn’t any noticeable difference in quality between the two brands of socks

Cosmetics

The cosmetic brushes that we bought from Daiso came in a small container that the brushes can be stored in making it more portable than MR.D.I.Y.’s , but the brushes themselves were flimsy and didn’t feel very lasting. MR.D.I.Y.’s cosmetic brushes on the other hand did not come in a container, but they were sturdy and well-made and even had one extra brush than the set that we bought from Daiso.

MR.D.I.Y. ‘s products are the clear winner of the comparisons, but It must be said that Daiso offers these products all year, so it is understandable why they cant match MR.D.I.Y.’s value for money, whose promotion will only be lasting for a month, so you’d probably want to head over there and take advantage of it in November.

The biggest online sale in recent Malaysian memory

The biggest online sale in recent Malaysian memory

The Biggest Online Sale in
Recent Malaysian Memory

For the first time ever, Taiwan Good will be hosting their products on partner sites such as lazada, lelong.my and GemFive.

Taiwan Good will be putting their products online on their website twgood.com for the first time ever in the biggest online sale Malaysian cyberspace has ever seen.

Thousands of products flown into the country all the way from Taiwan will be available for purchase for a limited time in a massive three-day sale.

The sale will be taking place from the 24th of October until the 26th of October. Products from TW Good will also be available for purchase from TWGood partners such as Lazada, e-bay, logon.my and lelong.my.

These products will include electronics such as Acer laptops, Cosmetics, clothing and food that will be sold at up to 75% off the original price.

Taiwan has been testing the Malaysian market through online purchasing campaigns such as the TWGood campaign, this comes as Taiwanese companies are looking further into investing in the local e-commerce scene.

This has allowed the TWGood sale to offer its prices at a lower rate compared to the prices of regular online goods.

Around 62.6% of Malaysians have access to the internet, the second highest percentage in South East Asia. Malaysia also has a smartphone penetration rate of over 63%. This has led to the Malaysian e-commerce industry to be a very attractive option for foreign direct investment.

Taiwan Good Cyber Sales 2016

Taiwan Good Cyber Sales 2016

TW Good

Cyber Sales 2016

The core objective of this project is to help Taiwanese firms and manufacturers to use mobile technology for international business opportunities, mobile commerce platforms, and technical output.

Around 62.6% of Malaysian have access to internet, the second highest percentage in South East Asia. About 17 million people are involved in online communities comprising of 15.8 million Facebook users with a smartphone penetration rate of over 63% and a mobile phone penetration rate of over 140.9%. 43% of 3G users spend more than 3 hours on mobile phones browsing the internet. This indicates that mobile usage has become essential and mobile related services and businesses should receive better development opportunities. In terms of digitisation, e-commerce accounted for only 0.2% in the retail sector, hinting at great room for development.

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Malaysians with internet access

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Smartphone penetration rate

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3G users

Malaysia seeks the advantage in long-term cultural and economic exchanges with Taiwan which includes Malaysian talents staying in Taiwan, competitive investment costs and the central position of ASEAN bundled with lovely weather, minimal natural disasters and access to airports and ports. In terms of hardware, Malaysia’s network bandwidth has constantly improved and runs on an ideal power supply, an addition to highways and railways that connects Malaysia to other ASEAN countries. The strong support from the Malaysian Government, business policy and the protection of intellectual property rights have shown that Malaysia is a central hub for ASEAN’s development. Which is why the program selected Malaysia to work with as a partner in assisting Taiwanese business operators towards an advanced ASEAN.

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Through technical exchanges with Malaysian e-commerce operators and support from Taiwanese brands and products focused on electronic suppliers, both nations can pave the way for for a greater Taiwanese technology and marketing industries.

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TW GOOD’s cross-border marketing services and platforms as well as mobile application development is the bridge that connects Taiwanese and Malaysian industries and consumers. Relevant information that interests Malaysians can be gathered from Taiwan via online questionnaires, films, television, food, and tourism in order to create contents and attract attention. This allows the introduction of Taiwanese brands and popular products at the right time using product placements on Facebook pages and online news which promotes business opportunities. Business operators interested to enter Malaysian market can utilise the KD8 as a platform to start cross-border services, and get information about Malaysian marketing channels. Besides product launching, public relations, marketing, gold logistics, as well as other local services can be done via TW Good’s platform. Hopefully, the platform becomes a long-term service for the commerce community between Taiwan and Malaysia.

Sustainable development, Malaysia’s next step in luxury living

Sustainable development, Malaysia’s next step in luxury living

Sustainable development, Malaysia’s next step in luxury living

KEN Rimba Residences elegantly blends sustainability and luxury in Malaysia’s first green township.

Sustainable development, Malaysia’s next step in luxury living

KEN Rimba Residences elegantly blends sustainability and luxury in Malaysia’s first green township.

KEN Rimba Residences is a gated, green luxury township smack in the middle of prime Shah Alam land, specifically catering to those searching for luxury and exclusivity.

The 60 acre freehold KEN Rimba development has completely enveloped the once industrial Shah Alam zone and has transformed it into a tropical paradise with its lush neighbourhood greenery and indoor gardens.

KEN, the leading sustainable home developer in Malaysia, has taken into account both sustainability and exclusivity in the crafting of the homes, putting location, luxury and green development at the centre of its focus during the planning of the project.

KEN Rimba Residences double storey terraced houses have been strategically placed in a North-South position to take full advantage of wind flow and natural daylight while also avoiding direct heat of the sun.

The incorporation of features such as breathable roof, rainwater harvesting tanks and water efficient fittings in the crafting of the homes are only some of the reasons why KEN is the top environmentally sustainable developer in Malaysia.

KEN Rimba Jimbaran and Legian units which are available for sale, feature a generous build-up space of up to 2,600 square feet for the corner terrace homes that include a pool (for Legian series) and spacious parking lots that accommodate up to two family sedans.

KEN Rimba Residences double storey terraced houses have been strategically placed in a North-South position to take full advantage of wind flow and natural daylight while also avoiding direct heat of the sun.

The incorporation of features such as breathable roof, rainwater harvesting tanks and water efficient fittings in the crafting of the homes are only some of the reasons why KEN is the top environmentally sustainable developer in Malaysia.

lineargardens

KEN Rimba Jimbaran and Legian units which are available for sale, feature a generous build-up space of up to 2,600 square feet for the corner terrace homes that include a pool (for Legian series) and spacious parking lots that accommodate up to two family sedans.

All terrace houses in the KEN Rimba Jimbaran and Legian development also feature boulevards and paved pathways with lush greenery and side lanes between homes with linear gardens, making the township an ideal environment for healthy living.

The residences are strategically located only 5 minutes away from the Shah Alam city centre, or 10 minutes away from Subang Jaya and provides easy access to the Kesas, NKVE, LKSA, LATAR, and Federal Highways, as well as the Padang Jawa KTM station which is within walking distance.

KEN Rimba is only a stone’s throw away from amenities such as commercial business centres, retail hubs and shopping centres. Among these include Tesco, Giant, and Aeon Big, making shopping for everything from clothing to groceries convenient for KEN Rimba residents.

In addition to the existing shopping malls and centres that surround KEN Rimba, the development will also feature premium commercial space within the compound, with 109 shop lot units within the commercial centre.

All terrace houses in the KEN Rimba Jimbaran and Legian development also feature boulevards and paved pathways with lush greenery and side lanes between homes with linear gardens, making the township an ideal environment for healthy living.

The residences are strategically located only 5 minutes away from the Shah Alam city centre, or 10 minutes away from Subang Jaya and provides easy access to the Kesas, NKVE, LKSA, LATAR, and Federal Highways, as well as the Padang Jawa KTM station which is within walking distance.

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KEN Rimba is only a stone’s throw away from amenities such as commercial business centres, retail hubs and shopping centres. Among these include Tesco, Giant, and Aeon Big, making shopping for everything from clothing to groceries convenient for KEN Rimba residents.

In addition to the existing shopping malls and centres that surround KEN Rimba, the development will also feature premium commercial space within the compound, with 109 shop lot units within the commercial centre.

Families have been set as the focus during the selection of location for the development. Schools, Colleges and Universities nearby include SJK (C) Taman Rashna, Universiti Teknologi Mara and SEGI University College.

Shah Alam has been experiencing a housing development boom in the recent years with demand for property in the area as investment and residence rising steadily.

This has prompted infrastructural developers such as Prasarana to move into the area, recently commencing construction of the Bandar Utama-Klang LRT line that is slated to be completed by 2020.

The KEN Rimba township is a development by KEN Rimba Sdn Bhd, Malaysia’s Award winning Green Developer and frontrunner in sustainable development. The group has completed RM 1.7 billion worth of engineering, construction, and property development projects.

Families have been set as the focus during the selection of location for the development. Schools, Colleges and Universities nearby include SJK (C) Taman Rashna, Universiti Teknologi Mara and SEGI University College.

Shah Alam has been experiencing a housing development boom in the recent years with demand for property in the area as investment and residence rising steadily.

This has prompted infrastructural developers such as Prasarana to move into the area, recently commencing construction of the Bandar Utama-Klang LRT line that is slated to be completed by 2020.

The KEN Rimba township is a development by KEN Rimba Sdn Bhd, Malaysia’s Award winning Green Developer and frontrunner in sustainable development. The group has completed RM 1.7 billion worth of engineering, construction, and property development projects.

 

To experience Malaysia’s 1st Green Township, KEN Rimba, call 1300‑22‑9933, follow their Facebook page at Ken Greenbook , or visit the website.

 

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