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PM in Langkawi for St Regis and LICC groundbreaking ceremony
LANGKAWI: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is in Langkawi today for the groundbreaking of the St Regis Langkawi and Langkawi International Convention Centre (LICC).
Najib, accompanied by wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, arrived at the Westin Hotel Resort & Spa Langkawi late last night for the ceremony.
The projects are being developed by Indonesian conglomerate PT Rajawali Corp, which also owns The Westin Langkawi Resort and Spa via its subsidiary Canvas Developments Sdn Bhd.
LICC is slated to be the main venue for the Asean Summit next year as Malaysia will be the host nation, while the St Regis Langkawi is a luxury villa to complement the Westin Langkawi Resort and SPA.
PT Rajawali chairman and chief executive officer, multi-billionaire Tan Sri Peter Sodakh is scheduled to deliver his welcoming remarks followed Najib's speech.
After the launch ceremony, Najib is scheduled to board a yacht to visit the St Regis Langkawi project site.