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Noble House undergoes renovation, renaming

By GERALDINE PANAPASA
Friday, April 25, 2014

Update: 4:00PM ONE of the country's renowned landmarks in the Capital City will soon boast a stylish restaurant, karaoke bar and spa centre when refurbishment works are completed in about three months.

Noble House, soon to be renamed as Yue Lai Hotel, has been under renovation since late January this year, and according to office manager Arveena Devi, the project would boost the tourism industry and provide employment opportunities.

She said management was trying to get in contact with the owner of the run-down building beside the landmark as its deteriorating state would affect the look of the revamped Noble House.








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