New Outlets At Metrasquare Melaka

Metrasquare was an abandoned project under Plentifield Marketing, which Sheng Tai International took over in 2017 in order to develop Metrasquare further and to restrategising the masterplan

New Outlets At Metrasquare Melaka

MELAKA, 24 June 2022 Melaka Trade Square (Metrasquare), a commercial hub located at Ayer Keroh is steadfast in becoming a popular destination for commercial, work, entertainment and arts with the opening of three new outlets.

The new outlets which are set to open by the end of 2022 include Regus, Melaka's first flexible workspace; SHENGLIFE Sdn Bhd, a wellness centre and Cahaya Suria Confinement Centre.

One of Metrasquare key attractions will be the Cheng Ho Cultural Gallery in STI Experiental Centre, which was formerly located in Jonker Street. The China ambassador to Malaysia, Ouyang Yujing made a visit to the Gallery that exhibits the life of Zheng He and his voyage two weeks ago.

In addition, Straits Designers’ Gallery by Sheng Tai International is now at Metrasquare. The gallery is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to reshape Melaka into a 'creative and cultural hub of the future through its properties. Measuring at 5,500 square feet, Straits Designer Gallery showcases over 60 local designers’ latest ready-to-wear collections, shoes, clutches and accessories.

Other outlets include Uncle' K' Kopitiam, 'Q' Bistro, OldTown White Coffee, and Assam House.

China ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing visited Cheng Ho Gallery at Metrasquare

Dato' Leong Sir Ley, Founder and Chairman of Sheng Tai International Sdn Bhd, said, "We are pleased to welcome these prominent brands to our high-quality and diverse tenants at Metrasquare."

"These new additions reflect our commitment to strengthen the State of Melaka in terms of economic standpoint, providing job opportunities as well as encouraging local entrepreneurship."

"In addition, it is an example of yet another successful turnaround and revitalisation of what was previously an abandoned development into a commercially viable economic contributor," Dato' Leong added.

Metrasquare was an abandoned project under Plentifield Marketing, which Sheng Tai International took over in 2017 in order to develop Metrasquare further. However, the previous developer abandoned the development when it was half completed.

Sheng Tai International came in and revitalised the project, from settling all the bad debts and Guaranteed Rental Return (GRR) scheme of the initial investors to restrategising the masterplan Metrasquare.

Today, Metrasquare is a 6-acre commercial development comprising a Serviced Suites, a three-star premium hotel called Hotel Metrasquare, as well as retail lots, meeting and conference facilities, F&B amenities, as well as Melaka historical gallery and art social space. here is also a five-star hotel – Ames Hotel, highly rated on global travel platforms.

Located just five minutes drive away from the Ayer Keroh toll off the North-South Expressway, Metraquare is also close to the Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC), government offices, hypermarkets and a host of tourist attractions such as Melaka Zoo and Night Safari; Melaka Bird Park; Wonderland Theme Park; Melaka Planetarium, and World's Bees Museum.

For more information on Metrasquare, kindly contact Sheng Tai International at +6011 3737 3399 or visit our Facebook page @ShengTaiInternational.

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