Malaysia’s most prestigious real estate event will now take place in July 2020 in light of the new corona virus pandemic
- Exclusive black-tie gala dinner and awards ceremony is now set for Friday, 24 July 2020, still at the Majestic Hotel in Kuala Lumpur
- Standard precautionary health measures to be followed at gala event
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia –– 17 March 2020
In light of new developments from the ongoing global health crisis due to the spread of COVID-19, the organisers of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards have made the responsible decision to delay the black-tie gala dinner and awards ceremony that had been scheduled for April.
The seventh annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Malaysia), presented by Kohler, will now be presented on Friday, 24 July 2020, at the Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
Existing entries will be judged as normal based on the established criteria. Entry submissions will remain open until 1 May 2020.
Key dates for the 2020 edition in Malaysia are:
- 1 May 2020 – Entries Close
- 11-22 May 2020 – Site Inspections
- 25 May 2020 – Final Judging
- 24 July 2020 – Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- 20 November 2020 – Grand Final Gala Dinner & Ceremony in Bangkok, Thailand
Jules Kay, managing director of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, said: “The safety of our guests remains a top priority, and if necessary, additional health measures may be introduced going forward.”
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