From the best developer to the real estate personality of the year, Singapore’s finest shows out in 49 categories.
PropertyGuru Group, Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, today named the Winners and Highly Commended recipients of the 13th Annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore), supported by Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte Ltd.
Singapore’s finest development companies and most accomplished real estate leaders were present at the black-tie gala dinner and presentation ceremony held at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. Around 49 golden statuettes, representing a diverse array of categories, were presented at the gala event, celebrating established and up-and-coming names alike in the real estate industry.
GuocoLand earned the Best Developer award, its fourth win in this category, in addition to the Special Recognition in ESG and Special Recognition in Sustainable Design and Construction. The company also garnered three wins for its project Lentor Modern, namely Best Integrated Development, Best Private Condo Development and Best Private Condo Architectural Design.
Kristin Thorsteins, Chairperson of the judges and Head of Partnerships-Growth for APAC IWG, with Best Developer, GuocoLand
UOL Group Limited, last year’s Best Developer titleholder, was named Best Residential Developer, Best Sustainable Developer, and Best Hospitality Developer. The company also gained two Special Recognitions. UOL Group Limited and Singapore Land Group Limited jointly won four titles for their projects Watten House and Pinetree Hill.
Jeremy Williams, PropertyGuru Group, Managing Director-Marketplaces, with Best Hospitality Developer, UOL Group Limited
Hoi Hup Realty Pte Ltd was named Best Lifestyle Developer while its subsidiary Hoi Hup Sunway Katong Pte Ltd scored four wins for the project known as The Continuum. Another subsidiary, Hoi Hup Sunway Kent Ridge Pte Ltd, attained a win for its project Terra Hill.
Joe Dische, PropertyGuru Group, Chief Financial Officer with Best Lifestyle Developer, Hoi Hup Realty Pte Ltd
Frasers Property Singapore was another big winner of the night, scoring six wins, including Best Mixed Use Developer. Riviere, a project by Frasers Property Singapore, gained two wins, including the sought-after Best Condo Development (Singapore) award.
Wenhui Lim, Partner at SPARK Architects, with Best Condo Development (Singapore) winner, Riviere by Frasers Property Singapore
The sought-after Best Housing Development (Singapore) title went to Pollen Collection, a project by Bukit Sembawang Estates Limited. The company achieved a total of four wins, including the title of Best Landed Developer.
Wenhui Lim, Partner at SPARK Architects, with Best Housing Development (Singapore) winner, Pollen Collection by Bukit Sembawang Estates Limited
Solitaire Cecil Pte Ltd (TE Capital Partners and LaSalle Investment Management) received the Best Commercial Developer title, plus two wins for its project Solitaire on Cecil. Da Vinci Land was meanwhile named Best Breakthrough Developer.
Tee Khoon Tan, PropertyGuru Singapore, Country Manager, with Best Best Breakthrough Developer, Da Vinci Land
The Assembly Place won the title of Best Co Living Operator, buoyed by a win for the project Campus @ Telok Kurau. Eugene Lim YJ, founder and CEO, The Assembly Place, came to accept the very first Rising Star award, presented by official portal partner PropertyGuru.com.sg, in recognition of his impactful arrival in the real estate scene.
Tee Khoon Tan, PropertyGuru Singapore, Country Manager, with Rising Star Awardee, Eugene Lim YJ, Founder and CEO, The Assembly Place
Tan Zhiyong, chief executive officer, MCC Singapore, also graced the celebration with his presence. He accepted the Singapore Real Estate of the Year award from the editorial team of Property Report by PropertyGuru, the official magazine.
Tan Zhiyong said: “I am proud to be conferred the Real Estate Personality of the Year award and I would like to thank PropertyGuru for this accolade. It is my privilege to be inducted in the hall of fame for this category.”
Hari Krishnan, PropertyGuru Group, Chief Executive Officer, with Real Estate Personality of the Year, Tan Zhiyong
Another big winner of the night was EL Development Pte Ltd, garnering five wins for the projects Pullman Singapore Hill Street and Blossoms By The Park.
Jeremy Williams, managing director, Marketplaces, PropertyGuru Group, said: “I would like to extend my congratulations to this year’s recipients of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore), celebrating the country’s finest developers, projects, and designs. The accolades this year have been presented to established and emerging names alike in the industry, and deservedly so. With their forward-thinking, sustainable ideas and innovations, these exemplary enterprises can light the way for building the cities of tomorrow, starting with Singapore, and deliver value to property seekers.”
Jules Kay, GM of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards and Events, said: “The style, sustainability, and smartness of Singapore’s world-leading built spaces never fail to impress. The best developments in the Lion State not only meet the needs of the property seeker, but also the greater good of the community. With a variety of property types and target buyers, this year’s winning projects represent Singapore real estate at its finest: technologically sophisticated, well-integrated into the local environment, and thoughtfully designed. As part of the region’s business and tourist hub, these award-winning properties set the stage for how people will live, work and thrive in tomorrow’s cities.”
Jules Kay, GM of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards & Events, delivering his welcome speech
The independent panel of judges who determined the list of awardees this year consist of Kristin Thorsteins, chairperson of the Awards in Singapore and head of partnerships – growth for APAC, IWG PLC; Annalisa Dass, director, digital strategy, EY-Parthenon; Chua Shang Chai, partner, Dentons Rodyk & Davidson LLP; Greg Shand, architect, Robert Greg Shand Architects; Henry Woon, director, Atelier Ten; Ar. Ivy Koh, deputy COO, SJ Architecture, Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd.; Roy Ling, CEO, board director, and adjunct professor, FollowTrade; Tay Kah Poh, adjunct associate professor, NUS Department of Real Estate; and Wenhui Lim, partner, Spark Architects.
As official supervisor, HLB Singapore Foo Kon Tan upheld the selection process’ fairness, transparency and integrity, under the leadership of Raymond Kong and Chen Tsai-Wei Vivian.
Main country winners of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) will be eligible to advance to the 18th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final on Friday, 8 December in Bangkok, Thailand. Winners will compete for honours against their peers from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as Australia, India, Japan, and China.
Organised by PropertyGuru Group, the 13th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) are supported by gold sponsor Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte Ltd.; official portal partner PropertyGuru.com.sg; official magazine Property Report by PropertyGuru; media partners AspirantSG, d+a Magazine, SquareRooms, and Top 10 Singapore; supporting association Singapore Estate Agents Association; and official supervisor HLB.
For more information, email email@example.com or visit the official website: AsiaPropertyAwards.com.
In this issue, Top 10 of Asia shares its pick of Malaysia’s ten most innovative proptech platforms (arranged in no particular order) that have made impactful contributions to revolutionise property-related services in Malaysia. These platforms are at the forefront of transforming property management and housing solutions in Malaysia. The rapidly evolving field of property technology (proptech) has given rise to visionary companies, each making significant contributions to revolutionise property-related services. These pioneering proptech companies have introduced novel approaches to property ownership, management and rental experiences. They offer a range of services, from comprehensive property management platforms to cutting-edge digital solutions and innovative co-living concepts, all aimed at reshaping the Malaysian real estate industry.
CozyHomes is a premier property and tenancy management platform committed to revolutionising the way people experience home ownership. Founded in 2019 and led by Vincent Lim, its journey began with a vision to provide hassle-free and efficient solutions to property owners, ensuring they could fully enjoy the benefits of their investments. With a steadfast mission to make home management effortless, it has since grown to serve approximately 700 unique subscribers, each benefiting from its comprehensive services. Featured on various media portals, CozyHomes is a renowned proptech company that strives to empower individuals to enjoy better homes, whether they are property owners seeking peace of mind or tenants in search of their dream dwelling. With a commitment to innovation, professionalism and customer satisfaction, CozyHomes is dedicated to shaping the future of property management.
Led by Angela Kew, myLivin’ has established itself as a trusted provider of software solutions in the property management industry, effectively serving the community with its cutting-edge platform, setting a new standard in the digital property management solutions market for nearly a decade. What sets myLivin’ apart is its comprehensive approach, offering solutions through web, app and kiosk interfaces, making it the only property management platform of its kind. Over the past two years, myLivin‘ has experienced remarkable growth, with an impressive increase of over 300%. It has played a pivotal role in facilitating the seamless transition of numerous communities into cashless environments. Through its innovative online platform, myLivin’ has successfully enabled the collection of more than RM10 million of maintenance fees and sinking funds for the industry in merely 2 years and this figure continues to rise.
Joey Lim & Keek Wen Khai
LiveIn stands as a renown proptech company dedicated to cultivating a vibrant long-term rental community. The core mission of LiveIn revolves around the pressing challenge of affordable housing, which it addresses by ingeniously transforming existing properties into cost-effective rental residences, all facilitated through its innovative online-to-offline (O2O) platform. Notably, LiveIn tailors these housing solutions to cater specifically to the younger demographic, recognising their unique needs. Previously known as Hostel Hunting in 2015, the company was rebranded in 2020. Founded by visionaries Joey Lim and Keek Wen Khai, LiveIn has been a trailblazer in reshaping the co-living landscape. Its transformative approach extends beyond property conversions; it involves the creation of dynamic long-stay rental communities that resonate with young people. LiveIn operates in 5 cities in Malaysia and Thailand, and is currently in the process of entering the Vietnamese market. The company is committed to addressing the affordable housing crisis and providing attractive, accessible housing options for the younger generation.
Speedhome, formerly known as Speedrent Technology, emerged in 2015 as a licensed insurance agency with a unique vision to enhance home rental protection and streamline the rental process by integrating insurance protection with technological innovation. In 2019, the company underwent a significant transformation, rebranding itself as SPEEDHOME, while maintaining its commitment to improving home rental protection and empowering landlords and tenants through technological innovation. A standout feature of SPEEDHOME is its zero-deposit rental option, which eliminates traditional barriers to renting one’s dream home. The platform has been met with great success, with over half a million chat requests and 517,000 tenant inquiries. Additionally, SPEEDHOME boasts an impressive 89,000 property listings and over 320,000 app downloads. The platform’s accomplishments have also earned it recognition in various media outlets. Led by Wong Whei Meng, SPEEDHOME continues to redefine the rental industry with its innovative and user-friendly approach.
Victor Chua, Jason Ding, Quek Wee Siong, Joshua Ong & Jon Saw
MHub is a leading property transaction platform in Malaysia, dominating 40% of primary residential transactions and collaborating with over 10 of the country’s top 15 real estate developers. Through its innovative digital solutions, MHub has transformed property management and reduced sales process from nine months to just one month. With the trust of 120 developers, the company has facilitated RM43 billion in transactions and 300,000 bookings across 2,000 projects. The company, led by Quek Wee Siong, Jon Saw, Jason Ding, Joshua Ong, and Victor Chua, offers an end-to-end property developer operating system aimed at simplifying property sales. Beyond property, MHub has extended its reach as a provider of modern software as a service solutions, addressing complex business challenges for companies of all sizes. MHub was also selected by The Ministry of Local Government Development as a key digital transformation partner for the Housing Integrated Management System. Furthermore, MHub is the sole Malaysian company shortlisted for the Google For Startups Accelerator Programme and is part of the Founders of Excellence Programme, recognised for its unicorn potential among startups.
ProSales, founded by Christina Leong, is an award-winning company in proptech. Powered by Infra Mobile Digital Sdn Bhd (IMD), a renowned technology strategist and consultant established in 2015, ProSales specialises in comprehensive digitalisation consultancy services. ProSales offers an end-to-end digital solution uniquely designed for the construction and property development industry. Launched in 2019, it has revolutionised the property buying journey by partnering with top virtual experience creators to deliver exciting, contactless property buying experiences for homebuyers. IMD’s rapid growth in the market is attributed to its shared mission to enhance efficiency and solve real-life problems. Its achievements have earned it recognition in the proptech field. ProSales is a modern, user-friendly, all-in-one ecosystem that redefines the real estate landscape, focusing on trustworthiness and transparency. It collaborates closely with clients, providing tailored solutions that drive business success.
Teh Hon Seng spearheads iNeighbour, a platform that has garnered the trust of more than 100,000 households. With a remarkable track record of generating over 1,500,000 maintenance invoices and attracting a monthly audience of over 500,000 visitors, iNeighbour has become a household name in property management. At the heart of iNeighbour‘s success is the iNeighbour Resident App, a comprehensive solution boasting over 30 distinct features in one user-friendly application. This multifaceted tool encompasses everything from property accounting with i-Account, visitor management and guard patrolling to short-stay modules, access control and IoT integration. Moreover, iNeighbour ventures into the realm of smart homes, making life more convenient and secure for residents. Its robust maintenance and workflow management system streamline operations, while commercial parking management and a vibrant marketplace enhance the overall living experience.
Didian, co-founded by Chow Nam Kit and Ng Kay Yip, has revolutionised the real estate industry by facilitating over RM4 billion Gross Development Value (GDV) in transactions. This platform connects over 6,500 agents from over 500 agencies, speeding up property sales for agencies and developers. With its technology and network of partner agents, Didian simplifies and speeds up the process of securing dream homes. Didian is featured in various media outlets. Real-time leads via the Didian App enhance sales and transparency. The platform grants access to a wide array of new projects from top Malaysian developers, serving as a business-to-business (B2B) property marketplace. Didian is a one-stop solution, supporting developers at all project marketing stages, from pre-launch to post-completion. It has made property transactions more efficient, fundamentally altering the property industry’s landscape.
Founded by Jordan Oon, HostAStay has been a prominent player in the short stay accommodation market since its inception in January 2017. Recognised as the leading short stay platform in Malaysia, HostAStay is committed to assisting property owners in transforming their vacant spaces into lucrative assets, all while ensuring a top-notch experience for guests. Specialising in short stay consultancy, management, training, system platforms, and interior design and renovation, HostAStay stands out by combining technology with a human touch by focusing on understanding the unique needs of its clients. With 1,000 registered hosts and 10,000 live units across various states including Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur, Semenyih, Johor Bahru and Sabah, HostAStay has made waves in the short stay rental industry. This innovative platform, featured extensively in the media, is transforming the proptech sector, bringing greater convenience to hosts and guests alike.
Utopia Co-Living, founded by Chun Ynh Chok, has established itself as Malaysia’s leading provider of zero-deposit room rentals. It offers over 1,300 zero-deposit rooms and provides complimentary cleaning and repair services, ensuring a hassle-free living experience. Free 500 Mbps Wi-Fi is also available to all residents. Safety is a top priority and its rooms are equipped with anti-burglary locks, CCTV surveillance and fire safety measures. Utopia Co-Living also goes the extra mile by carefully selecting housemates and tenants are billed only for the services they use. The added perk of being able to freely switch between available rooms enhances convenience. Operating in major urban areas such as in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor Bharu, and Penang, Utopia Co-Living has become the preferred home for over 8,000 tenants across Malaysia, reshaping the co-living landscape with their innovative and tenant-centric approach.
To dive into the exciting world of property agencies, check out our article on https://top10malaysia.com/main/top-10-property-agencies-malaysia/
In this electrifying edition, Top 10 of Asia takes the top 10 most entertaining DJs across all of Asia and ranks them here in no particular order. From breezy trance to heart-thumping EDM, these maestros behind the decks know just how to bring a crowd to life. Whether you find them lighting up the clubs du jour or playing to seas of screaming people at the world’s biggest music festivals – anywhere a big party is the order of the day is native territory for these world-class manipulators of the sonic space.
DJ Soda (South Korea)
Hailing from the pulsating heart of South Korea, Hwang So-hee, better known as DJ Soda, has been igniting stages across Asia since she first burst onto the scene in 2013. Renowned for her performances at major music festivals like the S20 Songkran Musical Festival, DJ Soda’s infectious beats have made her a bona fide EDM sensation. In 2016, she dropped her debut EP ‘Closer’ under Warner Music Group, declaring dancefloors everywhere under her rule. Collaborations with labelmates Sistar have only solidified her status as a rising star and one to keep an eye on.
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In the thriving realm of Southeast Asia’s electronic dance music scene, 22Bullets, aka Varun Sony, has emerged as a veritable powerhouse. Making waves early on in his career, it was perhaps his inclusion in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs list that announced his arrival as a major player. 22Bullets has been on quite the tear, dropping electrifying tracks such as ‘Looking At The Moon,’ ‘SIAM,’ and ‘Crazies Do,’ – all to rapturous acclaim. Collaborations with EDM luminaries like Timmy Trumpet and Dash Berlin are about as big an endorsement as you can get and if you’re not convinced yet, you won’t ever be.
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Hailing from China, which is fast becoming a dance music hub, Aryue is a DJ and producer who’s been setting the decks ablaze with high-voltage beats. Fusing flavours of future rave, trance, house, and more into his sonic concoctions, Aryue doesn’t play by the rulebook – he writes his own. His 2022 was nothing short of explosive, marked by chart-toppers like ‘Welcome To The Rave’ and ‘Party,’ showcasing his penchant for genre-blending euphoria. But you won’t find him confined to the studio, Aryue makes it a point to regularly venture out and play live to his legions of adoring fans.
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Lacrème is a name that’s been familiar to those in the know since 2001. Not your typical DJ, he started out with the grimy rhythms of UK Garage and Drum ‘n’ Bass before showcasing his versatility as a musical chameleon who’s seamlessly evolved with the times. It’s this versatility that sets him apart as he’s not only a hit at the biggest EDM stages but can also lay down a mean hip hop beat, a rarity in the DJ universe. His tracks, dropped on heavyweight labels like Size, CYB3RFVNK, Skink, and NCS – with support from industry giants such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3hab, and Afrojack – have solidified Lacrème’s standing as a genre-traversing sensation.
Within the realms of trance and hard trance, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a name spoken of in as hallowed tones as Yoji’s. A household name in Japan’s club scene since the ’90s, he soared to worldwide acclaim in 2001 when he took centre-stage at the Netherlands’ Dance Valley festival, captivating a staggering 90,000 festival-goers in the process. From there, it was only onward and upward as Yoji became a headlining sensation at colossal international celebrations of music like Sensation Black, Tomorrowland, and Street Parade.
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Angger Dimas (Indonesia)
When you think of an Indonesian DJ, you think of Angger Dimas. Beginning his musical journey with a guitar at the tender age of 7, a couple of detours later found him a firmly established fixture of Jakarta’s club scene by 2009. David Guetta, Laidback Luke, and Sebastian Ingrosso are just some of the names on whose playlists his beats have gained purchase. A game-changing collaboration with Tiësto meant he was now global and when Steve Aoki unleashed Angger’s debut album, ‘Angger Management,’ on Dim Mak Records, there simply was no turning back.
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Casper Yu (China)
Casper Yu’s fruitful career behind the decks was first fertilised by his early exposure to the iconic sounds of Kraftwerk via his brother’s vintage record collection. Combining that influence with his innate talent and a steadfast dedication to realising his dreams has seen him secure a seat at the summit of China’s electronic music scene. Not one to be bound by genres, Casper Yu puts out music that isn’t just heard, but felt. Casper Yu is more than just a DJ – to many, he’s an orchestrator of unforgettable nights.
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Leng Yein (Malaysia)
Leng Yein might just be Malaysia’s most famous DJ, but you might not know she actually started out as a beauty queen – clinching the title of Miss Pahang at the tender age of 18 and making her way to the finals of the 2003 Miss Malaysia pageant. A multifaceted talent with forays into singing, acting, and a proprietor of multiple businesses, it is however the pulse-quickening beats honed through her earliest gigs at the iconic Zouk KL that has seen her shoot her way to stardom.
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Marc Marasigan (Philippines)
Across the isles of the Philippines, there’s no DJ that commands acclaim quite like Marc Marasigan does. Sampling tracks across a range of genres from EDM to hip hop, R&B, and even indie beats, Marc Marasigan warps his sound to set the mood. Filipino DJ royalty at this point, Marc’s upbeat performances are preceded by barely contained anticipation across the archipelago. With a versatility akin to that of a shapeshifter and the kind of stage presence that seems to erase his surroundings, Marc Marasigan is not just a Filipino favourite, but a continental treasure too.
We take it back to China for our final entry where we shine the spotlight on Lizzy. She’s been quite the trailblazer, becoming the first Chinese DJ to be signed by renowned agency Supermodified and the first female Chinese DJ to land on the Ultra Music Festival stage. Lizzy first popped onto the scene in 2016, taking over clubs across Asia in short order. Tracks like ‘Kill the Vampire’ and ‘Kombat’ have become fan favourites, piercing the air at festivals such as Madhouse, Trojan, GSE Festival, and Electronic Nuts. Lizzy is indeed something special – after all, not just anyone gets picked to open for guys like KSHMR, GTA, and Steve Aoki.
Looking to discover a few more DJs and broaden your musical horizons? Make your next read our list of Malaysia’s top 10 most talented DJs
The Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2023, a dazzling spectacle hosted by D’Touch International Sdn Bhd and co-organised by MyShoppo Sdn Bhd, unfolded on the grand stage with 18 finalists who aimed to captivate the hearts of audiences. The crowning jewel of this remarkable event, the National Final Coronation Night, took place on the 13th of October 2023, at the opulent Berjaya Times Square Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
More than just a beauty pageant, the Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2023 served as a vibrant platform that beautifully showcased the diverse cultural tapestry of Malaysia. With an emphasis on tourism, culture, and friendship, this pageant contributed to the broader mission of promoting local tourism.
In the lead-up to the National Final, the finalists engaged in a variety of tourism and charitable activities such as exploring Coach Airways, experiencing the wonders of Safari Wonderland and being enchanted by the lush scenery of King’s Park Genting Highlands. This allowed them to embrace the spirit of Malaysia’s beauty and hospitality.
As part of the pageant’s initiative to promote a caring heart, the 18 finalists participated in charity visits to the Ti-Ratana Welfare Society and the Selangor King George V Silver Jubilee Fund. These visits brought joy and essential items to young children and senior citizens residing in these homes.
Shelyn Poh, Jen Cheang Shi Hui & Joanne Clare Deaves
The National Final was graced by the presence of YM Dr. Raja Putra Shah, Advisor of the International Entrepreneur Chamber Malaysia, who witnessed the extraordinary evening where 18 outstanding finalists competed for three prestigious titles – Miss Malaysia Tourism 2023, Miss Malaysia Tourism Queen of the Year 2023 and Miss Malaysia Tourism Metropolitan 2023. The top 3 winners were Jen Cheang Shi Hui, Miss Malaysia Tourism 2023; Joanne Clare Deaves, Miss Malaysia Tourism Queen of the Year 2023 and Shelyn Poh, Miss Malaysia Tourism Metropolitan 2023. They received the coveted crowns and were rewarded with cash prizes and sponsored gifts with a total value of RM117,000. Additionally, eligible finalists meeting specific entry requirements received scholarships from Peninsula College, each worth RM25,000.
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The winner of Miss Malaysia Tourism 2023 assumed the crucial role of representing Malaysia at the 26th Miss Tourism International 2023 World Final held from the 10th to the 27th of November 2023 at Sabah International Convention Centre (SICC) in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. As Malaysia’s ambassador, she will promote the country’s tourism to 49 participating international delegates from around the world, with the crowning ceremony scheduled on the 25th of November 2023.
Dato’ Alan Foo, Tan Sri Datuk Danny Ooi & Dato’ R Rajendran
The Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2023’s organiser, D’Touch International Sdn Bhd, has a rich legacy in the beauty pageant realm. Its main organiser, Tan Sri Datuk Danny Ooi, has been instrumental in redefining the standards of excellence in the pageant industry since the company’s establishment in 1990. With 33 years of experience in curating beauty pageants, he has presided over the coronation of an impressive 115 Miss Malaysia winners and a remarkable 143 international title-holders. This remarkable track record underscores his exceptional talent and enduring dedication to the pageant world.
In the context of the Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2023, Tan Sri Datuk Danny Ooi’s impact on the pageant industry extends far beyond Malaysia’s borders. His invaluable guidance and steadfast leadership have propelled D’Touch International Sdn. Bhd. to the forefront of the beauty pageant arena. Tan Sri Datuk Danny Ooi’s legacy is one of distinction, elevating the world of pageantry to new heights while influencing and shaping the industry’s landscape in Malaysia and beyond.
Alex Koh, Anatasha Doping, Weena Marcus & Tim Chew
Celine Phong & Hazel Lim
The co-organiser, MyShoppo Sdn Bhd dedicated itself to promoting holistic well-being and empowering individuals to prioritise their health and beauty. Through its one-stop online shopping platform focused on exclusive health and beauty brands, MyShoppo fosters a comprehensive approach to beauty and wellness.
Mayyang Lam, Weena Marcus & Carrie Lam
Mango Maria Tay
Mayyang Lam, Mango Maria Tay & Carrie Lam
The Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2023 revolves around uniting cultures, celebrating beauty and fostering community care. Beyond the dazzling stage and radiant contestants, this event showcased the very heart and soul of Malaysia. It is a harmonious blend of diverse cultures, a celebration of beauty that goes beyond the surface and a platform that extends its reach to those in need.
The 2023 Malaysia Cyber Security Awards, hosted by CyberSecurity Malaysia, took centre stage in Kuala Lumpur, featuring a glitzy gala dinner combined with cybersecurity recognition. Held in its 14th edition, the event not only celebrated homegrown organisations’ excellence in cybersecurity but also added a touch of elegance and festivity to the cybersecurity industry.
The highlight of the evening was the captivating awards ceremony, where the spotlight shone on deserving cybersecurity professionals and organisations. General Tan Sri Dato’ Sri (Dr.) Haji Zulkifeli Bin Mohd Zin (retired), Chairman of CyberSecurity Malaysia’s Board of Directors, delivered a keynote address highlighting the critical need for organisations to harness technology, deepen cybersecurity partnerships and strengthen their collective capabilities through collaboration. The gala dinner offered a delightful blend of delicious cuisine, followed by lively entertainment and networking opportunities.