Applications for 2022 CNY Festive Sale at Kenyalang Park Commercial Centre Mall now open

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KUCHING, Dec 22: Applications to rent stalls for the 2022 Chinese New Year (CNY) Festive Sale at Kenyalang Park Commercial Centre Mall is now open until Jan 11, 2022 (Tuesday).

Kuching South City Council (MBKS) in a press statement today said application forms may be obtained at the lobby of the council’s building at MBKS One-Stop Service Counter 9.

Stall space for public application has been reduced by 50 per cent.


The council added that all new application forms (including a copy of Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate) are to be submitted to MBKS One-Stop Service Counter 9, Lobby on or before 4pm on Jan 11, 2022 and late applications will not be entertained.

MBKS said the following fees will be charged for each stall measuring 4’ x 8’:
 RM 110.00 per stall for the public
 RM 60.00 per stall for the shop owner/tenant for the two spaces in front or beside their shop.

MBKS reserved the right to cancel the festive sale if directed by the State Disaster Management Committee due to prevailing Covid-19 cases or by any higher authority due any other circumstances that warrants its cancellation.

Meanwhile, the 2022 CNY Festive Sale, organised by MBKS will be held at Kenyalang Park Commerical Centre Mall from Jan 21 until Jan 31, 2022.

On another development, MBKS mayor Datuk Wee Hong Seng was in Padungan this morning to thank constituents personally.

Wee (right) extending his appreciation to two elderly residents in Padungan during a walkabout this morning (Dec 22, 2021).

Wee, who was the Gabungan Parti Sarawak’s (GPS) candidate for the N09 Pandungan seat thanked everyone who had voted for him during the 12th Sarawak Election.

He mentioned that he will always work for the rakyat and serve the rakyat in his capacity as MBKS mayor.

He hoped that Padungan residents will always give their cooperation as the people need to work hand-in-hand to develop the area. — DayakDaily