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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

The All New Revamped Life Centre

Life Centre has gone a long way since it finished building in 1990. From the first T.G.I. Friday to Ruums club to KL Live, it has certainly undergone many changes throughout the years to accommodate the lifestyle of the people changing through times.

In the recent scene, Life Centre had undergone some renovation and is now reopen with it's grand launch on the 28th of March, 2013:
It's new lease of life has transformed it into an F&B and entertainment hub that offers gastronomic delights and exciting events in the heart of the city.

The launch started off with Lion Dances to bring it luck on the premise:
With the Lion Dance parading in and back out of the Life Centre, it's time for the VIPs to join at the entrance for the opening ceremony:
With the complete party in place, a flash mob dance started to get the dancing mood going:
This then, was followed by the ribbon cutting ceremony by the founder Mr. Ng Lian Chin to officiate the opening of the new Life Centre:
When the rain of confetti has ended, the Lion Dance performance continued on:


We then, proceeded indoors out of the heat where the Director of Life Centre, Mr. James Ng opened off with a speech before a corporate video presentation was given:
"With our delightful and niche dining and entertainment offerings, we are positive that Life Centre will maintain as an iconic F&B and entertainment hub for singles and families, tourists and executives in and around KL," said James Ng.

As we were serenaded by jazzy tunes from this group during lunch:
I snooped around and check out the outlets from this 7 floors (5 floors shop lots and 2 floors basement car park) building.

Among the outlets that are already open, there's a Lexus boutique showroom for the car enthusiasts:
And Kingyo Japanese restaurant:
Also Serai Asian & Western Cuisine:
and Dr. Cafe Coffee all on the same ground floor:
Up one level above sits Amadeus Bistro & Wine Bar packed with the busy lunch crowd of the office workers:
And also Dirty Nelly's Pub:
Doraku Sushi & Latin Cuisine is also one of the tenants here:
And Ah Yat Abalone Seafood restaurant situated way up above:
There's also a Vespa Pizza and a 7-Eleven around somewhere in the building and not forgetting the ever present KL Live where it has hosted to the many concerts, parties and events which some I had the privilege of attending.

From two rows of terrace houses 23 years ago to a revamped Life Centre, it's eying to be the hip and happening in Kuala Lumpur under one roof.

6 comments:

Tekkaus said...

So it aims to be like your lifestyle under one room aye? :D

cre8tone said...

I was there, too!~

Kelvin 'finalkt3' Tan said...

@Tekkaus
Somewhat

Kelvin 'finalkt3' Tan said...

@cre8tone
Ooh, don't know how you look though, haha

Tony Teh said...

Amazing... revamp and still looks the same LOL

Kelvin 'finalkt3' Tan said...

Is it? LOL. The sign used to be the colorful word life before the centre and also it has a more futuristic look to it.