Keramat Mall is the trademark of Chinese boycott don’t tell me its location was not strategic.

The RM70 million Keramat Mall the hallmark of KL City Hall’s project in urban center of city of Kuala Lumpur is a flop project.

Don’t know who draws the plans, and decides on the selection of the site which is near to Damai LRT, far away from the previous wet and dry market.

Almost zero occupancy, the Mall is now turned into a MUTC, i.e, mini urban transformation centre. Ha ha, its all about transformation you know what I mean?.

Locals in the neighborhood would have to travel further out of their neighborhood perimeter to buy some fish and vegetables. Though the shops, wet and dry, are in a healthy environment, good shopping atmosphere, they don’t substitute easy access by the locals to the previous site.

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