Kevin Tway, who won last week's Safeway Open in a playoff, also had a 70.
Ace golfer Shubhankar Sharma has set his sights on winning the Asian Tour's Habitat for Humanity Standings as he prepares for his debut at the US$7 million CIMB Classic which starts on Thursday in Kuala Lumpur.
Perez won here past year after a birdie blitz saw him finish on 24-under par, while Moore, himself a double champion in KL (2013, 2014), is coming off a T2 finish at last week's Safeway Open, where he lost out in a three-way play-off to Kevin Tway. Defending champion Paul Dunne is on hand looking to defend the crown he won at Close House previous year.
Three players have won the event since it came onto the PGA Tour.
"I played phenomenal a year ago, I putted incredible and I'm going to have to do that again", Perez said.
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"I've taken three weeks off".
"I played this course many times with Gavin before the renovations and after today's practice round I feel there's isn't much difference; just a few changes here and there".
I play quite a bit on DRAFT, and have always been a big fan of the snake draft format. "Hopefully, the title is coming soon". American Ryan Moore won the event in 2013 and 2014 before Thomas enjoyed his double here in 2015 and 2016.
New Zealand's Danny Lee had the first ace of the 2018-19 season by holing out on the par-3 fourth hole.
He is best friends with Gavin, who is missing out on the event this year due to commitments on the European Tour, and has been in contact with him every day as he prepares to play with the world's best golfers from October 11 to 14.
Now a nine-time PGA Tour victor, a major champion and even a world No.1 for a brief period in May, Thomas looked back at how the early wins in Malaysia provided the launchpad to his blossoming career.
With Park also in the elite field this week and a mere $54,278 separating the duo, Sharma knows he must put in a solid performance at the TPC Kuala Lumpur, a course where he has never played on before.