If you are looking for a romantic place to bring your spouse or date, you should seriously consider The Sky at One City. It feels surreal being able to dine there with amazing views and the feeling of being in the sky.
|The amazing view....
The Sky at One City celebrated its grand opening recently, signalling a new chapter of the rooftop dining and leisure experience for One City mall. A product of careful planning and design, The Sky is established on the 10th floor (rooftop) of the 16-level mall, inevitably an urban dining oasis in the Subang vicinity.
It is said to be the biggest rooftop food and beverage area in Malaysia, serving mouth watering international cuisine that includes Thai, Korean and western delights, not forgetting a sports bar with darts game, pool table facilities and a chill-out lounge with live band, a new remarkable place for dining, chill-out, events, music and gathering.
“Malaysians have become more discerning when it comes to their dining experience. It’s not just about the food anymore but the complete experience. With the grand opening of The Sky at One City, we at The Sky Holdings are proud to provide just that to our customers. We are definitely bringing the entire dining and leisure experience to the next level, adjusting to the changing times and evolving to cater to the desires and needs of our customers.” Says Mr Lim Kim Sow, CEO of The Sky, who is also the founder of well-established PMP Entertainment Group.
During the star studded opening gala night, more than 1000 guests were treated to an amazing showcase by a great line-up of artists that included Henley Hii, Baki Zainal, Dina Nadzir, Shawn Lee and international illusionist, Zlwin Chew.
|All the yummy food being served from The Sky's six restaurants
Guests present at the opening gala night were treated to a selection of sumptuous delicacies from The Sky’s six restaurants. They were then entertained by the opening performance featuring a power-packed dance by RJVN, followed by a talented duo known as Ong & Sim who combined dance and painting, creating artwork using their entire bodies.
|amazing performance by RJVN
This was followed by an energetic display of beatboxing skills by local champ Shawn Lee, who showed off the percussive beats and dramatic sound effects that saw him rank in the Top Four of the Beatbox Battle World Championship 2012.
|All the activities on the opening night
Malaysian Idol Season One 1st Runner-Up Dina Nadzir then rocked the stage at The Sky, delivering powerful renditions of hit songs to the crowd. The multi-talented singer is a well-known recording artiste, as well as one of the top Malaysian radio presenters.
|Dina Nadzir in action
To close the evening, popular singer-songwriter Henley Hii took the stage and enchanted the audience with his performance. The most memorable part of the night came near the end when the audience, which included 30 members of Henley’s fan club, sang along to his amazing cover version of Beyond’s 海阔天空 (Under A Vast Sky). According to Henley, that song was especially dedicated to The Sky. A prolific recording artist, Henley is also an aspiring young actor, landing the lead role in the upcoming blockbuster film, Kepong Gangster 2.
Besides the night’s performances, guests joined in various games and activities at the grand opening. All invited guests for the happening night were able to win prizes totaling RM16, 000 from the lucky draw, as well as use Facebook posts to ‘buy’ themselves some exclusive merchandise from The Sky’s “Facebook Shop”, in an innovative new social media concept. In high spirits, guests continued to party at The Sky till the wee hours of the morning.
The Sky's grand opening was most definitely a memorable evening for everyone present, including the many celebrities, noted guests from the entertainment and business industries and various well-wishers who graced the event.
It can be said that The Sky will be a new landmark for out of this world dining experience and a popular chill-out hub, and will hopefully be the first of many events, celebrations and memories to come.
-pictures credits to Cleffairy and PR