Zouk Club To Move to New Location
Zouk Club is expected to move to a new location by 2014 within the city. It is said that more ample carpark space will be available at the new location to ease the clubbers hassle looking for parking space. The club will maintain the same concept of the current Zouk Club KL at the new location.
Zouk KL will relocate at TREC (Taste, Relish Experience, Celebrate) and Kuala Lumpur’s (KL) largest F&B enclave located along the bustling downtown Jalan Tun Razak. This is as its lease expires on December 31.
With a built-up space of 60,000 sq ft, the new RM38 million (S$14.8 million) nightspot will be the most expensive club ever built in Malaysia.
The new Zouk KL comprises five clubs, a VIP bar lounge, member’s lounge, cafe and a rooftop deck overlooking the Royal Selangor Golf Club. Zouk KL will also offer a dedicated VIP concierge service.
TREC – which stands for ‘Taste, Relish Experience, Celebrate’ – is developed at an investment of RM323.6m (S$125.8 million). Comprising five zones, the lifestyle and entertainment hub sits on a 7-acre site situated directly opposite the upcoming Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) – the new financial hub of Kuala Lumpur – on land owned by the Royal Selangor Golf Club.
The five zones of TREC, each featuring a unique theme, will offer casual and fine dining, indie cafes, wine bars, pubs and lounges.
TREC is the brainchild of Cher Ng, co-founder and executive director of Zouk KL, and a joint venture between Ng, Malaysian entrepreneur Dato’ Douglas Cheng and public-listed Berjaya Assets Berhad.
Ng, 42, started his career in Singapore as a DJ with Zouk Singapore club in the 1990s. He co-organised the ZoukOut music festival (2000 & 2001) before establishing Zouk KL in 2004.
Source – skyscrapercity
TREC, the premier lifestyle hub in KL
As Malaysia’s first and only purpose-built urban F&B, lifestyle and entertainment destination, TREC will pioneer the one-stop integrated entertainment district that has made the likes of Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong, Shanghai’s Xin Tian Di and Singapore’s Clarke Quay, must-visit locations in their respective countries. – Source