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Mice Asia Net : July 2009
malaysia groups from around the world. Within this precinct is the Mines Resort City a superb integrated resort that offers everything a planner could need to create an event with a difference. What was once the largest open-cast tin mine in the world, Mines Resort City has been transformed into a world-class resort with elements including the Palace of the Golden Horses, MINES Beach Resort & Spa, the Malaysia International Exhibition & Convention Centre, MINES Resort & Golf Club, MINES Wonderland, MINES Waterfront Business Park, and the MINES Shopping Fair. The concept was a vision of President of the group, Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew, who continues to preside over the development and ongoing strategy. His vision has resulted in the destination hosting such events as the Inaugural ASEAN Informal Summit, the 2nd ASEAN Informal Summit, The G-15 Summit, The Asia Pacific Co-Operation (APEC) Forum, World Cup Golf and Women’s World Cup Golf. Visit www.mines.com.my to learn more. The latest “new kid on the block” in this area is the Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside – described as “the epitome of class, efficiency and a heaven of sensory delights”, with one of the largest spa facilities found anywhere in Malaysia. Situated on the shores of the Putrajaya Lake, the Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside’s stunning architecture, ethnically styled fixtures and fittings, and 183 quality rooms and suites combine to breathe new life into the Putrajaya region. In terms of meetings and events it offers facilities for between 10 and 700 guests in a total of 21 fully equipped meeting rooms. To learn more visit www.pullmanputrajaya.com. Adjacent to Putrajaya, five minutes from the ERL Station, 10 minutes from Cyberjaya and Bangi, 25 minutes from the Kuala ABOVE: Mines Resort City. Photo by Tanya de Groot. OPPOSITE: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. miceAsia.net 43