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Old June 18th, 2007, 07:17 AM   #1
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THE SPRING | Kuching | Shopping Mall

The Spring

Design by New Zealand Retail Architecs
Kuching's largest 2.5 storey mall (420,000 sqft)
150 specialty shop & fashion outlets
8 screen state-of-the-art cineplex






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Old June 18th, 2007, 07:18 AM   #2
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Old June 18th, 2007, 09:09 AM   #3
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Love the name but not the building. I reckon it’s to square-ish…

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Old June 18th, 2007, 05:41 PM   #4
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Nice design!
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Old June 18th, 2007, 05:50 PM   #5
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yeah it is nice and different too!! pretty similar design for some retail outlet when i was in sydney and melbourne
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Old June 18th, 2007, 10:24 PM   #6
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arcade style is used there with the intersection in the middle. like it.
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i luv the design but nothing special....
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Old June 19th, 2007, 09:47 AM   #8
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Love the name but not the building. I reckon it’s to square-ish…

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Typical of OZ and NZ buildings...square and boring but full of practicality.
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Yah… It reminds me of our Pak’n Save or some supermarket building here… Ahaha!!

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Old January 10th, 2008, 06:26 AM   #14
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Old January 17th, 2008, 06:12 AM   #16
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Tarikan baru beli-belah
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The Spring sebagai gedung terbesar tawar pelbagai barangan termasuk produk antarabangsa kepada penduduk, pelancong

KUCHING: Bandaraya Kuching, bakal muncul sebagai antara destinasi syurga beli-belah di negara ini, dengan pembukaan The Spring, yang diiktiraf sebagai pusat beli-belah terbesar di Sabah dan Sarawak.

Dibangunkan oleh Kumpulan Perbina Emas Sdn Bhd dan terletak di Jalan Simpang Tiga, pusat beli-belah itu telah dibuka secara rasmi oleh Ketua Menteri, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, pada 10 Januari lalu.



Selain saiznya, The Spring ternyata mempunyai kelebihan berbanding pusat beli-belah lain di Sarawak kerana ia dikatakan menampilkan konsep dan gaya hidup baru kepada 600,000 penduduk sekitar bandar raya ini, selain pelawat luar.

Pelanggan sasaran pusat beli-belah itu ialah golongan yang berpendapatan isi rumah bulanan RM5,500 dan pelancong asing.

Parkson Corporation Sdn Bhd iaitu penyewa utama The Spring menawarkan 300 jenama termasuk produk terkemuka antarabangsa, misalnya

Prada, MPH, HSL, Factory Outlet, Padini, Bonia, Bata, Hush Puppies,

K2Factor, Mango, Esprit, Guess dan sebagainya.

Penggemar masakan antarabangsa juga berpeluang menikmati makanan

antarabangsa misalnya Jepun, Korea, Indonesia, timur tengah, Cina dan Barat

di 34 pengusaha makanan di rangkaian Al-fresco.

Mereka yang menggemari makanan ringan dan segera juga boleh berkunjung ke Starbucks, Secret Recipe and Hong Kong Food & Tea from KL and Kluang Station.

Kedudukan Kuching sebagai pintu masuk ke beberapa destinasi antarabangsa termasuk Macau, China dan Indonesia juga terus mengukuhkan kedudukan bandar raya itu sebagai pusat beli-belah utama di rantau ini.

Ketika merasmikan pembukaan The Spring, Abdul Taib berkata, lebih banyak pusat beli-belah bertaraf antarabangsa patut dibina di Sarawak bagi memenuhi keperluan penduduknya.

Katanya, generasi muda Sarawak memerlukan kelainan dan pusat beli-belah seperti The Spring menawarkan tarikan dan kepelbagaian yang diharapkan.

"Saya juga gembira The Spring menyediakan banyak peluang perniagaan

dan pekerjaan kepada penduduk negeri ini," katanya.

Sementara itu, Ketua Pegawai Operasi Parkson The Spring, Toh Peng Koon, berkata Parkson The Spring adalah cawagan Parkson kedua di Kuching, keempat di Sarawak, keenam di Malaysia Timur dan ke-31 di seluruh Malaysia.

"Kami berhasrat mengubah industri peruncitan di Sarawak, di samping

membangunkan Parkson The Spring sebagai destinasi membeli-belah nombor

satu rakyat Malaysia dan pelancong.

"Sehubungan itu, kami yakin akan meraih perolehan sehingga RM60 juta pada tahun pertama operasi kami di sini nanti,” katanya.

Sementara itu, seorang suri rumah, Limu Budin, 53, berkata The Spring

memberi alternatif kepada penduduk Kuching yang inginkan kelainan untuk membeli-belah.

"Sekurang-kurangnya kita tidak perlu pergi ke tempat lain seperti Kuala Lumpur jika ingin membeli-belah," katanya.

Bagi Jessie Wong, 18, The Spring memang menarik namun pihak pengurusannya perlu meningkatkan tahap keselamatan pengunjung bagi mengelakkan kejadian yang tidak diingini seperti kecurian kereta.

Katanya, setakat ini, pengunjung seperti beliau juga berdepan dengan masalah kekurangan tempat letak kenderaan.

"Kita berharap pihak pengurusan memperbaiki lagi kemudahan di The Spring supaya pengunjung berasa lebih selamat dan selesa," katanya.

FAKTA NOMBOR: The Spring



4.8 hektar - Keluasan tapak


9.4 - Meter persegi


155 - Premis perniagaan


RM150 juta - Kos pembinaan


1,200 - Tempat letak kereta


1,400 - Tempat duduk di panggung wayang.
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Old February 2nd, 2008, 04:51 AM   #19
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MPH opens bookstore at The Spring in Kuching
Saturday February 2, 2008
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KUCHING: MPH Bookstores has opened a new outlet here, its first in East Malaysia and 28th overall in the country.

Located at The Spring shopping mall, the outlet occupies over 7,000 square feet and offers a wide selection of books ranging from fiction to professional and children’s titles as well as complementary products including stationery, gifts and greeting cards.

Facilities available include a self-search terminal, customer service counter and reading area with seats.

MPH deputy chief operating officer Donald Kee said the decision to open the outlet here was due to overwhelming requests from East Malaysian customers who travel to MPH stores in Peninsular Malaysia to buy books.

“Over the past five years, we’ve been receiving e-mails from a lot of East Malaysian customers asking when we’re going to open here.

“We’re confident we can do well here and once we’ve established ourselves, we may open more outlets,” he told reporters during a soft opening of the store recently.

Kee added that MPH was not just a bookstore but also aimed to promote local writing.

“We want to promote the local book industry, so we display books by Malaysian authors prominently at the front of the store,” he said.

MPH The Spring is open daily from 10am to 10pm.
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Old February 2nd, 2008, 06:26 AM   #20
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its 'k.. would be alrite if it has bit more windows.. glass..
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