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KSK Land Celebrates the Year of the Rooster With Timeless Cultural Experiences


KSK Land Celebrates the Year of the Rooster With Timeless Cultural Experiences

Kuala Lumpur, 13 February 2017 – To ring in the Year of the Rooster, KSK Land Sdn Bhd (KSK Land) hosted staff and business partners at the 8 Conlay signature sales gallery to bond over special traditional Chinese New Year delicacies and memorable cultural experiences.

KSK Land Sdn Bhd Managing Director Joanne Kua described the Chinese New Year celebrations as a time to be thankful for the past achievements and remain hopeful for the new season. “The Chinese New Year celebrations remind us to love and cherish our family and friends as well as to keep believing in a better future. All of us at KSK Land wish for everyone to experience a happy Chinese New Year and find prosperity in the year ahead,” said Kua.

Themed ‘A Harmonious Feast’, the celebration began with an energetic lion dance performance with the lion dance troupe performing amazing acrobatic stunts at the main foyer of 8 Conlay sales gallery before proceeding to take a stroll around the show units of YOO8 serviced by Kempinski.

Keeping true to the lunar New Year spirit, KSK Land treated over 200 staff and guests to an array of appetite-whetting traditional cuisine unique to various Chinese dialect groups including the signature Hakka Pun Choy (or known as Big Bowl Feast), Hainanese Chicken Rice, as well as Teoh Chew-styled steamed fish, reminding everyone of the cultural significance behind each cuisine.

Guests were also able to experience traditional cultural activities such as the Chinese knot demonstration, Chinese hand fan calligraphy, Chinese dough doll crafting and a special appearance by the God of Prosperity.

The celebration ended with a ‘Lo Hei’ or prosperity toast session led by KSK Group Executive Chairman, Tan Sri Dato’ Paduka Kua Sian Kooi, who was joined by KSK Group board members, staff and guests at the mass yee-sang tossing session.

Besides the cultural experiences, the team at KSK Land also gave guests a tour of the luxurious YOO8 serviced by Kempinski show units. Designed by Steve Leung and YOO, each branded home is beautifully designed and yet highly functional.

“At KSK Land, we are passionate about creating unique living experiences for our residents. With YOO8 serviced by Kempinski, the branded residences of the 8 Conlay development, we are pushing the boundaries for 5-star living in Malaysia further, by bringing in the design brand, YOO and Kempinski Hotels for the service element,” Kua said.

More than a stylish address, 8 Conlay, a mixed-use development with gross development value of RM 5.4 Billion, is offering residents a unique way of living. Standing strategically in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 8 Conlay provides personal spaces that express individual personalities and tell life stories through three key elements, namely, liveable architecture, designs and personalised services. Set for completion in 2020, the development will comprise two branded residence towers (known as YOO8 serviced by Kempinski), a luxurious five-star hotel and suites serviced by Europe’s pioneer luxury hotelier, Kempinski Hotels, as well as a lifestyle retail component.

To know more about 8 Conlay and ‘YOO8 serviced by Kempinski’, buyers can visit the show gallery at No. 8, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, or visit



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