Berjaya Waterfront had announced a total overhaul with its all new Techworld section, boasting 25 gadget tenants across two floors, making it the new one-stop tech centre in Johor with the comforts of duty free shopping prices.
“It’s a proud moment for all of us who have worked tirelessly to
ensure that the Techworld is up to standards against other international duty free shopping centres across the region. In total, we spent RM3.5 million to refurbish the mall to get to where we are now. In our effort to enhance customer experience, we introduced new safety features including 24 hours auxiliary police, dedicated ladies parking as well as touch and go parking features,” said Tan Yew Chuan, Senior General Manager of Berjaya Waterfront.
Also present at the event was Avinderjit Singh, Director of Berjaya Waterfront, Haris Nugroho, the Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia (Johor), Rajpal Singh, the Consul-General of the Republic of Singapore (Johor) and Datuk Seri Tey Kim Chai, the President of Johor Bahru Tionghua Association.
Tan added that Berjaya plans to create a strong ecosystem to support the hospitality and tourism industry through the company’s CSR programme with local schools and universities, including an art space for Raffles students to display their work.
Also announced on the day was the addition of four new aluminum ferries with a 400 passenger seating as well as a new VIP lounge at Level 2 of the mall for those using the ferry service that travels to Batam Centre, Harbourbay and Tanjung Pinang in Indonesia.