Willy Satay @ Sg Ramal Food Junction, Kajang – 20 January 2017

Willy Satay is a small warong located at Sungai Ramal Food Junction, a food court in Kampung Sungai Ramal, Kajang. While it opens until late hours, it is advisable for you to reach there by 10pm.

The queue can appear to be long but keep in mind that Willy Satay has several satay lines in place and the queue moves a bit fast too! Expect your order to reach your table in relatively short time. Some reviews have said the waiting time can be long but from my recent visits I found out that I do not have to wait too long for my satay to be served.

Dine-in customers: “Reserve” your table and take its number. Place your order (and specify table number), make payment and your order will be delivered to you in about 10-20 minutes.

Take-away customers: Place your order and wait for your number to be called.


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Company Name:Willy Satay Enterprise
Address: Medan Selera Ramal Junction
Taman Sri Ramal
43000 Kajang Selangor
Phone: 013-330 9291
E-Mail: [email protected]

Risk profile of PNB118 Tower as Part of Warisan Merdeka Development Plan

To assess investment performance, we are able to look at the annual report of our investment (ASB investors can refer to ASB annual report). As a concerned investor, we can always carry out in-depth study of the project background as well as its risk profile. Since our investment with PNB is easy to liquidate, if we don’t trust PNB anymore in investing our money, there are other investment options for us to use.

Investing in high-risk business may expose them to bigger potential of losing their wealth. Therefore, in order to keep their investors from investing somewhere else, they need to keep on investing in low risk sectors while maximizing profit.

A little bit of background regarding the 14.5ha land purchase (location of Stadium Merdeka and Stadium Negara):

16 years ago, PNB paid RM 220 per sqft to Pengurusan Danaharta Nasional Bhd. 10 years later, the market value of the land has appreciated to RM 800 per sqft (source: http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2010/10/23/warisan-merdeka–a-beacon-to-pnbs-future/). I think they already made some profit there.

Instead of cashing in the profit, they decided to grow it by doing more development to surrouding land while preserving heritage value of those two buildings mentioned before.

The project is handled by PNB Merdeka Ventures Sdn Bhd, a company wholly-owned by PNB. As a concerned citizen (and investor), there are many opportunities for us to voice out our concerns and learn more about the project so that opportunists won’t be able to take advantage of our ignorance.

New Facebook Data Center at Luleå, Sweden

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and owner of Facebook has posted some new photos about the first Facebook data centre built outside of the origin country (USA).

The new data center, located at northern part of Sweden, takes advantage of its cold climate. The new data center is 10% more efficient and uses 40% less power compared to its traditional counterparts, according to Mark.

Here are some photos he shared on Facebook:



Making use of cold climate at their best.


Jay Park talks about the efficiency of the system