Just now around 8.00pm while having family “Chap Goh Meh” dinner at Dragon-I 1Utama, suddenly blackout for few seconds and luckily there’s emergency light in the new wing so it’s not that bad.
This candle was given to every table that having dinner in Dragon-I. It’s a candle light dinner at 1utama! Whole 1u blackout! Aircond also tak da! Everyone kalam kabut.
Everyone rushing to get out of the restaurant and to get out of 1Utama soonest. Luckily, there’s still barely enough emergency lights covered and the car park was not in total darkness.
Some of the shops in 1 Utama were forced to close as they do not want people “Chan Foh Ta Gip”! If not someone might steal or take advantage of the power failure and crime might happen?
The traffic was terrible as all of the 1Utama shoppers rushing out from the mall not knowing what’s the caused of the blackout and do not want to risk themselves.
Old wing was badly hit by the power failure I guess, because when I passed by, the either old wing was dark and I’m guessing there was no emergency light installed in the old wing?
I’m not sure what’s the caused of the power failure / outage, someone mention that there’s fire in 1Utama but I don’t see any. Moreover, Centre Point was affected by the power failure too! Center Point McDonald’s was affected too!
I have seen some ppl mention and tweeted a photo of a fire near the new wing roof top on twitter. I think the fire happened only after the blackout?
1Utama Facebook Page Updated about the blackout or fire incident too but not much details were reviewed yet! Hope nobody got hurt.
Official Updates From 1 Utama Facebook Page
So I was right, the fire breakout at the mall’s garden rooftop shed after the power outage from TNB. Don’t spread the false information and create hoax. Read the details below.
Dear 1 Utama Shoppers,
We would like to give you a quick update to clarify and explain the actual situation that took place at our mall yesterday. There has been speculation and factual inaccuracies over online reports that we would like to urgently address. Actual timeline as follows:
• At approximately 8.00pm on 24 February 2013, 1 Utama suffered a power supply outage by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) which the mall had unfortunately no control over.
• When this happened, the mall’s electricity backup system was automatically put in operation, while TNB worked to urgently address the matter. Mall emergency lights were switched on. Lifts and escalators were also working. Electricity was then restored section by section throughout the mall, and power fully restored by 8.50pm.
• Due to this downtime, our car park boom gate barriers had to be manually operated. Our car park personnel were immediately deployed to control traffic by stopping car entry and also managing car exits the best way we could. We sincerely apologise to patrons for the heavy car park traffic resulting from this.
• At 9.00pm, another unlucky incident took place, which was a minor fire that broke out at the mall’s garden rooftop shed. The fire alarm was set off and our safety personnel rushed to extinguish the fire, with Bomba authorities notified and arriving shortly after.
• The fire was properly contained and put out within a few minutes. Other than items stored in the small shed, damage was absolutely minimal as can be seen in the enclosed photo, with the surrounding garden plants and flowers intact and unaffected.
• The minor fire did not spread to other areas of the mall, and there were no casualties. However there was still heavy smoke lingering on the rooftop due to rain and wind during this time.
• At the time of this statement, we are still awaiting for Bomba to investigate and autopsy the source of the fire.
Please help to share this so that the public has a clearer and better understanding over these incidents. It is regrettable and unfortunate that two unlucky incidents took place on the same evening. We hereby apologise for the inconvenience caused to all parties for our shortcomings, as we wish to be always be on the go to constantly improve and ensure the mall is safe and comfortable for all shoppers.
Thank you for your kind understanding.
1 Utama Management
Oooh yeah! Are you one of the Apple fan out there and been waiting very eagerly for the iPhone 5 launch in Malaysia? You do not need to wait any longer! iPhone 5 is here very soon!
Hehe, maybe some of you already got a unit of iPhone 5 from Singapore or online? ;p
When will the iPhone 5 come to Malaysia?
There’s so many speculation and rumors out there of Maxis will be launching soon and now it’s Digi turn to speculate about the the iPhone 5 launch in Malaysia?
I have seen that a screen captured in the 1 Utama Shopping Centre events listing, DiGi has booked a spot from 14th to the 18th November for “DiGi Roadshow promoting DiGi latest packages” but when I checked again in the 1 Utama event listing it’s now changed to 28th November to 30th November!
1 Utama’s website indicating that Digi will be organizing an “Digi Roadshow promoting Digi latest packages” from November 28 to November 30.
Other local telcos like Maxis, Celcom would certainly launch iPhone 5 at the same time.
Now we are just waiting for the official announcements and hopefully there will be a “iPhone 5 Pre-Order” or “iPhone 5 Registration of interest” by all the Telcos in Malaysia and this will reduce the mass crowds and avoid any unhappy events that might happen during the launch.
The iPhone 5 price shouldn’t be much different from the prices of the iPhone 4S and packages when it was first released here in Malaysia.
Candy Design : I Love Blogging, Nuffnang Blog Awards, Nuffnang Logo…
Sticky Candy is apparently a very popular personalized hand made candy brand in Australia. What makes this candy so special? These candy can be customized to what the customer needs for different occasion (Birthday, Wedding, Company Event, Corporate Promotions, etc). They are packed into jars.
Now this Sticky Candy is available in Malaysia! You can find it at 1 Utama Shopping Center. One day I just walk pass and saw a lot of people looking from outside and only notice Sticky is now available in Malaysia too. If you want something special for your wedding, you may consider this?
LG 213 Lower Ground Floor,
1 Utama Shopping Centre,
1,Lebuh Bandar Utama ,
Bandar Utama , 47800 Petaling Jaya
Have you check out Chinese New Year Decoration @ 1Utama Shopping Complex? This year they use the “招财猫” (Lucky Cat) instead of Tiger theme which you will normally see in almost all other shopping complex. The funny thing is there’s a mole on the Cat. Haha. Nice?
See different “招财猫” (Lucky Cat) got different side of mole… haha.
Lion Dance Performance by Thailand group @ 1U last week.
This is at the New Wing Oval, but at 1Utama Old Wing, there’s nothing much just a small stage with the word “虎” (Tiger).
1Utama Old Wing not so happening now compared to the New Wing.
*Photos taken with BlackBerry Curve 8520, image quality a bit cacated.
Wish everyone a Happy Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day! Gong Hei FATT Choi!!!
Digi just pimped up our day with fun filled exciting, exhausting, brain twisting, nerve wrecking activities. They even mentioned that we are UNLIKELY to finish all challenges in time huh? Yes! Team Pimpky did it! We have completed all the tasks assigned, woo hoo! Super excited and exhausted! I sudah tak da energy la! Half dead. But the Male Emcee of the day really awesome, he has so much energy and quite an entertainer! (but most of the time like syiok sendiri more. haha, but seriously good job!)
We are team number 4! Although in Chinese it’s not good la… “sei sei seng” sound not good but indeed we won ourselves something… read on to know more!
But never mind see we prepared ourselves for all the challenge and tasks to be completed.
1st we get registered and get a Digi Modem and that’s the only source that we could depends on for the entire day to do the uploading of videos, photo tagging to facebook and update the blog. Then there’s a briefing given to all of us before the Pimp My Day Challenge start, and each group was given a piece of tasks list with hints / clues of places that we need to go and look for the Digi crews then we need to accomplish the tasks.
Actually I was pretty comfortable as this challenge is based in 1Utama and I’m one of the frequent shopper since the 1st day of 1Utama open for business and I go there almost once a week, so do you think it will be a challenge for us? Haha… No! Not at all! =p
1st Challenge – It’s A Hit! Batting Cages. It’s a home run!
Of all the challenges, we went for some balls hitting challenge because we thought not much ppl will get there and we want to be the 1st there? Haha. But, there’s always a butt, this place took us run around the whole mall because I was mistaken to use another lift and end up when we reach the batting cage there was few teams ahead of us.
Each of the team member needs to hit off as many balls as we can out of 15 balls. I hit the edge of the yellow Digi board hung at the end of the cage but too bad it was not counted if not I could win myself some gift / prize?? Anyway it was a good experience hitting a ball after so many years which I last played was in secondary school.
2nd Challenge – One o’clock, Tqo o’clock, Three o’clock…ROCK!
Our next challenge is exploring music with Free music download from DiGi Music Portal Services. There it took us sometime to figure out how to create a playlist and add two required songs (Akon and Lady Gaga’s) to the playlist. Maybe we should explore more on the portal.
3rd Challenge– Lights, Camera, Action!
We were given 30secs to produce a short commercial ads for Swatch and Digi Broadband. So all of us suddenly become director and we came out with a simple storyline and started to record it without any rehearsal and preparation. Do it right!~
Haha it’s a funny ads I would say but too bad didn’t win anything out of it. Watch it yourself, see we just use cheapo camera and tripod only, if it’s good maybe you would consider hiring us to be the talent of your next ads, perhaps?
4th Challenge – So you think you can dance?
Haha seriously we couldn’t dance and all we did were… can’t find a word to describe, watch the video and you will find out. Haha. Must check out coz it’s a pole dancing and yes we dance and climb up the pole! =p
5th Challenge – Now The Net Lives On Your Phone!
We get to watch a short clips streamed thru youtube using Nokia N97 connected to Digi Turbo 3G. We were almost squeezing all the juices out of our brains trying to figure out the answer for the riddle for this task at Rainforest. The question itself is brain teasing enough, it’s all numbers!
All the hints, photos clues is actually showed at the streaming video from Youtube. I was telling my team mate just hentam, “Broadband Done Right”, but true enough that’s the answer but we take too long as we discussing there and was trying to break the code. lol.
6th Challenge – Bull Eye
haha… See it’s damn easy challenge as I close my eye also can aim and nearly got the highest score, 700!
Check out the video on how Emeryn learn to blow! Haha. Good blow job! At least contributed some points there. =p
7th Challenge – Likely Average Speed
The earlier activities have left us tired and exhausted as we run from old wing to new wing and Ground Floor to 5th Floor and back to Lower Ground. Phew. Each of us had to run 800 meters, yes luckily only 800 meters, and the average speed will be counted.
As I’m the unhealthiest blogger, I almost fainted after completed this challenge, but luckily there’s a last one to complete before we could get back to Mardi Grass for the final uploding and blogging.
Look at our face… all like half dead la…
Final Challenge – Super Model You
The final challenge was we need to pose and shoot for QuicksSlver printed ads. We just need to pick any of the clothes available and pose and shoot and upload to facebook. The photo submission is judged based on creativity. We won!!! Look, am I sexy here? Haha. This creative photo got us RM300 QuikSilver/Roxy vouchers. Thank you!
After completed all the challenges we headed back to MardiGras. Phew! We manage to finished all on time. It was 5.50pm before 6pm!
Once we reached to MardiGras we are required to blogpost whatever we’ve done and upload all the videos that needed and submit it in an hour. We all struggled to do everything we could but it was announced later that the submission time was postponed to Sunday midnight. There was a congestion problem as most of us couldn’t upload the videos and update the blogpost due to the huge crowd.
Each challenge has a winner for it and we are lucky to be the winner of Super Model! Nice kan? Haha. The grand winner, runner up and 1st runner up yet to be announced! Will it be Team Pimpky? Please support us! =p
Check out our Team Pimpky Challenge Video which will sure leave some memory to us and Digi War Cry which did not get us any prize =(
1Utama 2010 Countdown Concert @ Central Park Avenue
31 December 2009 8pm, Central Park Avenue (Road will be closed)
Celebrate this new year with Asia’s Legendary Music Band – Beyond from Hong Kong, Pop Shuvit, HaoRen 朱浩仁, Joe Flizzow, Will 黄威尔, Crossfire, Alvin 钟健桦 and Azizi at 1 Utama Shopping Centre. Be memerised with the spectacular international musical firework presentation when the clock ticked.
There’s International Musical Firework Presentation! Hopefully it’s good and get a good spot to see the fireworks, it will be the park there.
Admission is FREE. Get up-close with your favourite artistes at 2010 ZONE with 2010 PASS from 2010 Countdown Concert’s partners today!
2x complimentary passes for any purchase or just flash your valid ONECARD.
- Valid from 20 December onwards till all passes are given out.
- Valid for purchase at any outlet except Cold Storage and outlets located at Centre Court and Courtyard.
- Redeemable at Customer Service Centre, Ground Floor Highstreet.
On the other hand the Curve, e@Curve and Ikano Power Centre will have own countdown party as well, and features exciting performers, dancers and a superb fireworks and light display. The artiste line-up includes Faizal Tahir, Jaclyn Victor, Meet Uncle Hussain, Jym, Kay, Diplomats of Drums and Kuala Lumpur Drumline Corps. Popular DJ Joey G and international model Kylie Chapman will be the party’s emcees.
I might be in 1U for the countdown. Where will you be going? Any other suggestion? Don’t want to go KL countdown lo too jam… Pavilion, Bukit Bintang, Sg Wang, KLCC sure jam… Some road will be closed for the countdown party too. So if you want go KL for countdown I suggest you to take public transport LRT as the business hours will be extended till 3am if I get the info correctly.
Bandar Utama City Corporation Sdn Bhd (BUCC) had placed an advertorial in TheStar today… So I guess it’s firm and no turning back no matter how many reasons, objections, signatures, petition also no use… So please find alternative. The road closed today itself as told.
“These pass few days, much has been said about the closure of Jalan Tanjung at Bandar Utama. We are veil now to pu the truth out there.”
After being accomadative for 14 long years, massive traffic jams has built up on Jalan Tanjung since the temporary access has simply reached its full capacity. The degradation of traffic flow has directly inconvenenienced Bandar Utama residents. BUCC has also suffered the loss of major and potential tenants deteered away from the heavy traffic traversing our commercial property at Bandar Utama Technology Park.
In this respect, the closure of this temporary access is neccessary and long overdue. As a gesture of goodwill and tp ease the transaction, we held a series of meetings with Bukit Lanjan ADUN, MBPJ officers and councilors, Tropicana respresentative and all surrounding Residents’ Associations to prepare a two-stage closure meant to provide ample time for the public to adapt to using other alternative access.
We have no other alternative but to immediately close this temporary access and have also filed in court to protect our rights. Let the due process of the court system be carried out and as such any other dealings will be deemed sub-judice.
It is with a heavy heart that we are forced to close this temporary access now.
We hope that the public understand the situation better now and that acquiring our land will not solve traffic woes. A more sensible approach would be that Tropicana undertake the social responsibility to provide additional access for their residents.
You could not use this road for your convenient sake anymore, please find alternative and leave it alone as it’s Private Property. Anway I think they did a good job allowing all to use the road for so many years and some ppl just take it for granted. So it’s time to wakeup!
Alternative road via Persiaran Bukit Utama or Mutiara Tropicana / Aman Suria / Taman Bukit Mayang Mas using this tunnel.
How could this road be closed? If this road close, meaning you will have to take a long cut to a lot of the places and this road is already become a main road to most user in Petaling Jaya,Bandar Utama,Tropicana and Kota Damsara. So if the road closed then the resident will need to redirect the traffic to the NKVE Tunnel which is near to the Aman Suria / Taman Bukit Mayang Mas or another new road beside Bukit Utama.
Affected areas will be – Riana Green, Casa Tropicana, SRJK Damansara Jaya, Sunway Damansara, Casa Indah, Opal, Palm Spring, Kota Damansara and a lots more.
As you can see Bandar Utama City Corporation (BUCC) already put up a sign stated as Private Property
Another side of the road “Southern Access” which closed in 2006
The date was scheduled to 20 November to turn that road into one way and only allowing cars coming out from Tropicana. So what say you? What’s your point and will you support for the road not to be closed? Come on!
11,000 reasons to keep road open
by Karen Arukesamy
Tropicana Resident Association vice president Mohd Shukri Zain (right) handed over 11,000 signatories and petition to Petaling Jaya City Council(MBPJ) deputy mayor Puasa Md Taib yesterday urging the council and Selangor State Government to stop the road closure.
PETALING JAYA: More than 11,000 households today petitioned the mayor to stop the closure of the a road which partially sits on land belonging to Bandar Utama City Corporation (BUCC).
BUCC has put up notices to inform motorists that the ungazetted Jalan Tanjung would be turned into a one-way street on Nov 20 and closed for good six months later.
Motorists use the road to access Lebuh Bandar Utama, Jalan Tropicana and the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) — see map .
BUCC had in 1993 signed an agreement allowing Dijaya Corporation (Dijaya) to use the land temporarily to access areas for Tropicana development.
Today, Tropicana Residents Association vice-president Mohd Shukri Zain led a 19-man delegation to hand over the petition to the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) represented by Deputy Mayor Puasa Md Taib.
The petition, carrying 11,000 signatures, including those of officials of 19 residents associations, a school and commercial managements in the affected areas — Tropicana, Kota Damansara and Sunway Damansara covering some 20 housing estates.
Puasa said the council’s Infrastructure and Road Traffic Advisory Committee would meet today to decide whether to allow the road closure or not.
He said based on a traffic study conducted early this year, “it is better to let the road operate as usual”.
“This is just an opinion and a decision will be made by the committee chaired by the mayor, after taking into consideration views from both parties, including BUCC.
“MBPJ will also ensure that till Nov 20, the road will not be closed to public because it will worsen matters,” he added.
Shukri lamented MBPJ’s lack of response to the issue and urged it to push for a decision to acquire the land on which Jalan Tanjung sits.
“We cannot accept (Bukit Lanjan assemblyman and state executive councillor) YB Elizabeth Wong’s statement that it is not feasible for the Selangor government to acquire the land,” he said on behalf of an action committee formed by the 19 aggrieved groups.
The petition claimed if the road was closed, it would inconvenience some 20,000 daily users.
“The usual 15-minute journey would become an hour-long one due to the existing daily traffic congestion. It will affect thousands of pupils of SJK(C) Damansara located on Jalan Tropicana Selatan,” said Shukri.
He said Jalan Tanjung had been in use since 1996 by commuters from Kota Damansara, Tropicana and Bandar Utama.
BUCC only owns a small portion of the road, about 8,600 sq ft, representing about 4.75% of Jalan Tanjung to Lebuh Bandar Utama and NKVE.
The agreement between Dijaya and BUCC was to allow Dijaya temporary access into Tropicana Golf & Country Resort (TGCR) and the land be returned after a permanent road is constructed.
However, Jalan Tanjung evolved into a “public road” since then as several more development projects were approved in the area over the past 10 years.
“If Jalan Tanjung is closed, traffic volume will be diverted to Persiaran Damansara Indah, Persiaran Tropicana and Persiaran Surian which are already congested,” Shukri explained.
“At valuation, the part of the land which BUCC owns may not cost more than RM1.5 million. Why is BUCC adamant in closing this road and not yield in the interest of the public?” asked Shukri.
On Aug 28, last year BUCC issued a 14-day closure notice to TGCR after which two meetings were held among the aggrieved groups, the two developers, MBPJ officers and Wong to try and resolve the problem.
BUCC proposed to turn the road into a one-way street exit road temporarily, while the entry road should be through Persiaran Bukit Utama from Nov 20 and six months later the road will be closed for good.
Shukri said none of the groups present at the meetings agreed with the decision but it was put to them as a “no-choice-option”.
“All the 19 aggrieved parties want the status quo to remain, that is to allow the public to use the road freely,” he said.
Shukri said closing the road just because part of it was on private property “is unfair” and it deprives the rights of the public”.
“Furthermore, the owner does not have any plan to use the land for any development,” he said.
Meanwhile, Wong told theSun: “The state government has no intention to acquire the land as it has no clear objectives to do so. The land was not supposed to be a road in the first place.”
She said the land, however became a “road” when the public started using it to get across more conveniently.
However, the aggrieved parties said they could not confirm from the state government Wong’s statement on the acquisition.
Wong said Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (LLM), which owns about three quarters of the land where Jalan Tanjung sits, has submitted a proposal to expand the toll plaza on the highway and thus there was no point to acquire the land.
On this, a resident commented that the extension of the toll plaza, if any, has no relevance to the road closure and would not become an alternative route. The resident stated that that he was surprised with Wong’s solution to the problem.
The residents want the state government to step in to address the problem and not let BUCC to close the road arbitrarily.
Since the land involved is small, which may cost some RM1.5 million based on current valuation, there is a suggestion that the few developers in the area should chip in if the state says there is no budget allocated for an acquistion.
PETALING JAYA (Nov 11, 2009) : The Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will write to Bandar Utama City Corporation (BUCC) to postpone its decision to close down an ungazetted road sitting on its land until a more viable solution is found.
“MBPJ will write to BUCC to request it to postpone its decision to turn Jalan Tanjung into a one-way street from Nov 20 and close it completely after a certain time,” Deputy Mayor Puasa Md Taib told theSun today after a three-hour intense meeting with the councillors at its headquarters.
The decision was made following more than 11,000 signatories petitioned to the mayor on Tuesday to stop the closure of Jalan Tanjung which partially sits on land belonging to BUCC.
Puasa, who chaired the meeting in the absence of the mayor said this is the outcome of the meeting after taking serious consideration from all parties.
“Nevertheless it is totally up to the discretion of the land owner to take the necessary action about matters concerning his land,” he said.
Puasa said the matters discussed in the meeting will be informed to the Selangor state government, however there are certain aspects of enforcement and execution that empowers the city council to make its own decision.
“We will refer to the state government in all the developments of the issue but MBPJ still has more discussions and meetings to go before the final decision can be made,” he explained.
“We also need to re-discuss the matter further with all the residents associations and the developers and will solve this issue in stages.”
BUCC has put up notices to inform motorists that the ungazetted Jalan Tanjung would be turned into a oneway street on Nov 20 and closed for good six months later.
Motorists use the road daily to access Lebuh Bandar Utama, Jalan Tropicana and the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE).
BUCC had in 1993 signed an agreement allowing Dijaya Corporation (Dijaya) to use the land temporarily to access areas for Tropicana development.
On Tuesday, Tropicana Residents Association led a 19-man delegation to hand over the petition to MBPJ urging it and the state government to intervene and stop the closure.
The petition carries 11,000 signatures, including those of officials of 19 residents associations, a school and commercial managements in the affected areas – Tropicana, Kota Damansara and Sunway Damansara covering some 20 housing estates.
A NOTICE announcing the closure of Jalan Tanjung in Bandar Utama has residents in the area up in arms.
The road serves as an entrance and exit point for motorists travelling between Bandar Utama and Tropicana.
The road was also frequently used by motorists from Bandar Utama and Tropicana to get to and from Kota Damansara and Sunway Damansara via Persiaran Surian.
Tropicana Residents Association vice-president Mohamed Shukri Zain said they were in the process of collecting about 6,000 signatures from residents in the area, including Sunway Damansara, Sunway Opal, Damansara Lagenda and Riana Green Condominiums.
One way only: A signboard informing motorists that Jalan Tanjung will be turned into a one-way street for cars coming out of Tropicana starting Nov 26. Motorists are advised to use Persiaran Bukit Utama as an alternative road into Tropicana
“Many of the residents do not want the road to be closed. We will be meeting the mayor (Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman) to hand over a petition,” said Shukri, who is heading the action committee.
He said that even though the road was owned by the Bandar Utama developer, it was a matter of public interest as many other people used the road besides Tropicana residents.
“When the agreement was made between the developers of Tropicana and Bandar Utama to temporarily use the road as an access, there were no other residential areas.
“But, over the years, many other developments have sprung up,” Shukri said.
He said the main access through the Tropicana tunnel would not be able to cope with the traffic if Jalan Tanjung was closed.
“It would merely shift the congestion from that junction to the BU11 junction,” he said.
He said that in the interest of public convenience, residents were calling for the state government to acquire the land under the Land Acquisition Act 1960.
Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) public relations officer Zainun Zakaria said the notification signboard to change the traffic flow to one-way was put up by the developer, not the council.
“So far, the council has not made any decision on the road closure. Any decision would have to go through the Infrastructure and Traffic sub-committee,” she said.
She added that the council would discuss the feasibility of acquiring the land for public use.
SIGNBOARDS informing motorists that the access to Jalan Tanjung in Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, was closed have been covered up with black plastic bags.
Jalan Tanjung has been used as a connection between Bandar Utama and areas like Tropicana, Sunway Damansara and Kota Damansara.
The Bandar Utama developer announced recently that the road would be closed after 12 years of being used as a temporary access road as a piece of land near the Bandar Utama Technology Park belonged to them.
The agreement was for the road to be changed to a one-way flow coming out of Tropicana starting from Nov 20 for six months before being closed.
Covered up: The ‘Access Closed’ signs in front of the Riana Green condominium covered with black plastic bags.
After the announcement that the road would be closed, residents from areas like Tropicana and Sunway Damansara submitted a petition to the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) on Tuesday.
Many were also against the closure because of the potential increase in traffic going into Persiaran Tropicana and into BU11 and BU12.
Residents who submitted the petition at the MBPJ headquarters in Jalan Yong Shook Lin also protested when signboards with the words “Access Closed” had been put up near the Riana Green Condominium.
Bandar Utama Development Sdn Bhd director Datuk Teo Chiang Kok told StarMetro that his contractors were not supposed to put up the signboards until later and had asked them to cover the signs for now.
Went to 1Utama shopping and notice a lot of shop closed for the Raya holiday, but Jusco and all the big anchor still business as usual. Even mamak around PJ like Seapark Nasi Lemak Mamak next to Maybank , SS2 Murni, Sedap @ Aman Suria… also closed during the Raya.
I hereby wish all our Muslim readers : Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri & Maaf Zahir dan Batin and Happy Holidays to all! Where did you all go and do during the festival break? Did you all go for the Open House by our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s or other Minister?
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