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Old August 23rd, 2011, 04:26 PM   #81
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PJ is okay in my opinion... Still lots of big2 trees...

another new mall after The Summer will be great as a good competitor to them. vote for kota samarahan & uitm di hatiku,
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Old September 5th, 2011, 07:58 PM   #82
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UiTM sucks...
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Old September 14th, 2011, 12:15 PM   #83
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Development of Summer Shopping Mall running on schedule – Developer latest!

KUCHING: The development progress of Summer Shopping Mall – slated to become the first shopping and lifestyle mall in Samarahan – is on track towards its expected completion date by the end of next year.

Developed by Tetap Majumas Sdn Bhd (Tetap Majumas), the mall was launched in late October last year offering a total of 234 retail units as well as food court and cineplex, along with open and basement parking facilities for its Phase One development.

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“The progress of the Summer Shopping Mall is going on very smoothly. The mall’s Phase One units are about 90 per cent taken up by tenants, most of them are junior anchor tenants. We have also confirmed and signed up the Servay chain of hypermarkets – a well-known East Malaysian-headquartered retail brand – as our anchor tenant,” explained Tetap Majumas’ managing director Lee Chee Fui when met by The Borneo Post at the developer’s sales office at Sri Stutong Commercial Centre here recently.

Servay, which started off in Miri before opening up in Kota Kinabalu a few years ago, now has about 17 outlets operating throughout East Malaysia.

Moreover, Lee said in terms of application of anchor tenancy for the mall, approximately 60 per cent had been confirmed so far. Among recognisable brands to take up tenancy at the mall would include Lotus Five Star Cinemas, Boulevard IT, Marrybrown, Takasima, Secret Recipe, Watson, Osim, Cindy, Sox World, SCR, SOS, Formula One Tailor and Lazo Diamond Jewellery.

He also added that due to the positive response on the Summer Shopping Mall project, the company would be launching its Phase Two development next month, aiming at making the mall fully-equipped with the most complete facilities around, “creating a development is a truly comprehensive, one-stop commercial and lifestyle hub in town – where everything is under one roof,” he enthused.

“The extension will be included in our Phase Two, to be launched next month. In total, the overall footprint area of the complex, upon completion, will cover a space of nearly 800,000 square feet.

“In the meantime, we will fully utilise the upcoming Sarawak Builders’ Expo (Sarbex) this year as a platform to open the mall’s Phase Two units for sale to both buyers and investors,” Lee added.

On Summer Shopping Mall’s Phase Two development, Lee highlighted that Tetap Majumas would be offering over 100 retail units to buyers and he urged them to grab the opportunity to secure these units during Sarbex 2011.

“For buyers who come and confirm their sales at our booth during the expo, we are offering a waiver on stamp duty and legal fee, as well as zero-fee on sales and purchase agreement along with memorandum of transfer,” he highlighted.

Tetap Majumas is one of the participants for ‘Sarbex 2011 – Total Living’ exhibition, to be held this September 30 until October 2 at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK) here. The annual three-day event is organised by the Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association (Sheda).
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Wow.. the list of tenants are not bad. If include Phase 2, it will be massive!
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Old September 15th, 2011, 06:46 PM   #85
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Old September 15th, 2011, 11:06 PM   #86
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Some ppl love, some ppl may hate...
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Old September 16th, 2011, 05:12 AM   #87
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Some ppl love, some ppl may hate...
X perlu pun nak hate... Just keep it to yourself... You dont have to publicise ur hateret. I study there. Its hurt me as well.
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Old September 17th, 2011, 03:58 PM   #88
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X perlu pun nak hate... Just keep it to yourself... You dont have to publicise ur hateret. I study there. Its hurt me as well.
Oh sorry...
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Smart Bookshop as mini anchor tenant for Summer
Posted on September 30, 2011, Friday



‘SMART’ CHOICE: Lee Chee Fui, managing director of The Summer Shopping Mall (left) is pictured with Tyrone Tang, manager of Smart Book Shop.

KUCHING: The Summer Shopping Mall is announcing the signing of one of its mini anchor tenants which is the Smart Bookshop Sdn Bhd (Smart Bookshop), covering a total area of about 8,000 square feet (sq ft).

The three-storey mall will be equipped with an established hypermarket and departmental store, a reputable cineplex, food court, cyber café, specialty shops ranging from regional to international retailers and ample car parks.

Currently, Smart Bookshop is among the biggest retail outlets in Kuching, specialising in providing extensive academic books including textbooks, reference and workbooks.

Operating since August 31, 1999, its customer base has boosted to almost 8,000 as well as its revenue that had also steadily increased.

While academic books contributed major sales revenue, Smart Bookshop had since tried to diversify its focus to improve and balance other sections sales including general titles, children and stationery sections.

Smart Bookshop is seeking to expand into a chain bookstore, in alignment with a performance driven culture to achieve the Smart Bookshop vision, “To become number one, in the market we serve and to provide excellent service to our customers.”

With the completion of the mall end of 2012, the mall offers an array of goods and services from fashion and lifestyle, entertainment, arts and culture, local delicacies and international gourmet all under one roof.

The Smart Bookshop will add on to complete its mini anchor listing at the Summer Mall and provide the locals more choices at Kota Samarahan, also known as the ‘City of Knowledge’.

For more information, contact the sales and leasing office at the Summer Shopping Mall at 082-367777, 082-361000, 082-364848 or visit No 6, Lot 15831, Ground and First Floor, Setia Commercial Centre, off Setia Raja Road.

Source:http://www.theborneopost.com/2011/09...nt-for-summer/
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Old September 30th, 2011, 11:40 AM   #90
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Kawan saya yang dari sanggar tari Zapin di Pontianak, pernah ikut Lomba kat Kota Samarahan... Lomba Zapin... Dia bikin kreasi baru Zapin (di pontianak called Jepin)... Then now its named as Jepin Samarahan...
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Old September 30th, 2011, 04:52 PM   #91
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‘SMART’ CHOICE: Lee Chee Fui, managing director of The Summer Shopping Mall (left) is pictured with Tyrone Tang, manager of Smart Book Shop.

KUCHING: The Summer Shopping Mall is announcing the signing of one of its mini anchor tenants which is the Smart Bookshop Sdn Bhd (Smart Bookshop), covering a total area of about 8,000 square feet (sq ft).

The three-storey mall will be equipped with an established hypermarket and departmental store, a reputable cineplex, food court, cyber café, specialty shops ranging from regional to international retailers and ample car parks.

Currently, Smart Bookshop is among the biggest retail outlets in Kuching, specialising in providing extensive academic books including textbooks, reference and workbooks.

Operating since August 31, 1999, its customer base has boosted to almost 8,000 as well as its revenue that had also steadily increased.

While academic books contributed major sales revenue, Smart Bookshop had since tried to diversify its focus to improve and balance other sections sales including general titles, children and stationery sections.

Smart Bookshop is seeking to expand into a chain bookstore, in alignment with a performance driven culture to achieve the Smart Bookshop vision, “To become number one, in the market we serve and to provide excellent service to our customers.”

With the completion of the mall end of 2012, the mall offers an array of goods and services from fashion and lifestyle, entertainment, arts and culture, local delicacies and international gourmet all under one roof.

The Smart Bookshop will add on to complete its mini anchor listing at the Summer Mall and provide the locals more choices at Kota Samarahan, also known as the ‘City of Knowledge’.

For more information, contact the sales and leasing office at the Summer Shopping Mall at 082-367777, 082-361000, 082-364848 or visit No 6, Lot 15831, Ground and First Floor, Setia Commercial Centre, off Setia Raja Road.

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we are seeing the rise of Smart Bookshop. I like more bookshops.
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Kawan saya yang dari sanggar tari Zapin di Pontianak, pernah ikut Lomba kat Kota Samarahan... Lomba Zapin... Dia bikin kreasi baru Zapin (di pontianak called Jepin)... Then now its named as Jepin Samarahan...
Km org pontianak gan? Pernah ke Sarawak ga?
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we are seeing the rise of Smart Bookshop. I like more bookshops.
We shd have more bookshops. Perhaps more foreign outlets like Borders & Kinokuniya.
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The phase 2 of summer mall
- 3-storey shopping mall + 5-storey serviced apartment + basement carpark
- total built up area of 725,000 sq ft
- 346 retail lots
- 72,151 sq ft water theme park
- 12 screen cineplex
- playground
- food court
- convention center
- serviced apartment with 195 units
- over 2000 parking lots (basement + ground floor carpark)
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The phase 2 of summer mall
umm.. ok. that extension tower doesnt match at all.
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Old October 6th, 2011, 09:58 AM   #97
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seriously, its looked ridiculous!!!
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The Summer Mall update


















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Old October 24th, 2011, 03:39 AM   #99
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The ceiling height look quite low, and from my early observation, the podium might be not spacious like the Spring.
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