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Newly-Opened Citadines Prai In Penang Offers Comfort And Convenience

Newly-Opened Citadines Prai In Penang Offers Comfort And Convenience

Previously named Sky Residence Prai, the Ascott revamps the property into Citadines Prai Penang, offering 168 serviced apartments in Bukit Mertajam.

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Citadines Prai Penang officially opened to the public yesterday (4 May).

Located in Bukit Mertajam, this serviced residence is surrounded by numerous multinational companies, offices and high-tech enterprises. It’s also a short walking distance to Juru Sentral, Icon City, restaurants and entertainment venues that cater to residents’ leisure and recreational needs.

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The grand launch was officiated by Chief Minister of Penang, Chow Kon Yeow. In his speech, he mentioned that 5 years ago, he would always pass by this area when returning from KL and he is proud of the changes the area has gone through, with various rapid development.

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I have on many occasions stressed that the future of Penang lies in Seberang Prai, the mainland of the state.

If we were to aim high enough and to see far enough, the fact remains that the vast opportunities for economic growth and income generator for Penang are in tourism and in long stays especially for our booming economic with foreign experts needed within the industrial areas in Prai.

YAB Chow Kon Yeow, Chief Minister of Penang

Just 40 minutes away from the island, Citadines Prai Penang is a serviced apartment with 168 units providing the comforts of a hotel. Being a serviced apartment, each room comes with a kitchen, washer, dryer, living room and even housekeeping service, meant for those looking for a comfortable and hassle-free stay.

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Whether it’s a night or a month, or even a year, try staying at Citadines for your comfortable business trip or splendour staycation. They also have a Resident’s Lounge in the lobby to serve residents and visitors breakfast.

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Especially for their “Citadines Loves Coffee” programme, they have partnered with local communities to bring unique coffee experiences to guests. The Café Check-in experience at Citadines Prai Penang offers guests a friendly reception with a relaxing café as they step into the lobby where guests can interact and chat over a refreshing brew of java.

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With its strategic location, those staying at Citadines Prai Penang can explore some of the best food in Bukit Mertajam such as Cendol, Cup Rice, Duck Egg Char Koay Teow and Yam Rice.

For exciting places to visit, first there is the Bukit Mertajam Old Town itself. Other places include the Pek Kong Cheng Temple, Malaysia’s Biggest King of Hell Burn, Coffee Factory, St Anne’s Church, House of Tan Sri Wong Pow Nee, and many more.

Citadines Prai Penang brand story ‘For The Love Of Cities’ promotes all we want to discover about Prai.

We all know Georgetown, the island but how many of us would know about Bukit Mertajam, Prai? We will take guests to hidden gems, historical sites, places of interest, thus promoting Penang globally, in the eyes of the world.

Mr Mondi Mecja, Ascott’s Country General Manager for Malaysia

Citadines Prai Penang marks the third operational property and the first Citadines within Penang for Ascott Malaysia. There will be numerous more properties to be launched in the near future under Ascott and CapitaLand Investment Limited (CLI) as part of their expansion plan in Malaysia.

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