Press & Media
HOTEL EQUATORIAL KL IS NOW EQ HOTEL – HERE’S YOUR FIRST LOOK
Buro 24/7 – There is a joke that to remember the name Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur is to reveal your age. Of course, it wasn’t popular without a reason. From the day it opened in 1973 till the day it ceased operations on April 1, 2012, the 5-star hotel was practically a household name and one of the major landmarks of the city for almost four decades.
THE EQ PLAZA ADDED INTO THE EQUATION
BFM89.9 – The Equatorial Group has been in the hospitality industry for 50 years and and in the hearts of many Malaysians. It was 7 years since the original Equatorial KL was torn down and now they are finally launching EQ Plaza, their most impressive property to date. We spoke to Charles Lim the Chief Commercial Officer of the Equatorial Group to share his insight on Equatorial’s new frontier. Listen in.
BUILDING ON A PROUD LEGACY
The Star Online – From multi-outlet sushi joints to high-end internationally renowned brands, Malaysian consumers have long been captivated by the novelty of dining on raw fish and fresh seafood that is so closely associated with Japanese cuisine. Walk into any mall, and there will be one, if not a few, Japanese restaurant that will be brimming with people waiting in line for a seat. But few locally-founded chains have managed to match up to the legacy of and connection to the Japanese food scene quite like Kampachi.