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Old September 6th, 2011, 03:12 PM   #821
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Old September 8th, 2011, 04:43 PM   #822
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Old September 8th, 2011, 04:57 PM   #823
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Old September 8th, 2011, 05:24 PM   #824
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Old September 13th, 2011, 12:11 AM   #825
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Nowadays all shopping mall are convert in to multiplex, in multiplex all facilities are available. You cam do shopping, you can see the movie, you can also entertainment and play games.
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Old September 13th, 2011, 07:03 AM   #826
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New BSM Supermal
Bandung, Indonesia


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Old September 14th, 2011, 09:54 AM   #827
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BSM Supermal looks incredible! I wish we had great shopping malls like this in Australia. Thank you for posting these photos!!!
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Old September 14th, 2011, 10:50 AM   #828
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BSM Supermal looks incredible! I wish we had great shopping malls like this in Australia. Thank you for posting these photos!!!
thanks dude ..i think aussie has great shopping malls more than this

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BSM Supermall is one of luxury malls in Bandung (Indonesia's third tier city)
This mall presents several luxury stores such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Tod's, Bally, Hugo Boss, Aigner, Valentino, Armani, Tommy Hilfiger etc
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Old September 21st, 2011, 09:01 AM   #829
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the gardens mall mid valley kuala lumpur.


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Old September 23rd, 2011, 01:22 AM   #830
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molto belli tutti questi centri commerciali
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Old September 27th, 2011, 11:29 AM   #831
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It was reported that Malaysia now has 380 shopping malls with many more opening soon...

A new mall opening soon:


Publika @ Solaris Dutamas - Malaysia's first mall for the Arts
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Old September 27th, 2011, 11:45 AM   #832
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which part of Malaysia is the first mall located in??
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Old September 27th, 2011, 03:44 PM   #833
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which part of Malaysia is the first mall located in??
in Dutamas, part of Mont Kiara, a suburban area of Kuala Lumpur

Website: www.publika.com.my or just stalk here http://www.facebook.com/pages/Publik...83519031671228


Another mall soft-opening:

Space u8 - Malaysia's first Eco-Hybrid Mall
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Location: Suburban Bukit Jelutong township, Shah Alam City in Selangor

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Old September 27th, 2011, 04:26 PM   #834
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Old September 27th, 2011, 04:47 PM   #835
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Old September 28th, 2011, 04:27 AM   #836
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Explosion rips through Empire Gallery, four hurt
UPDATED @ 10:15:37 AM 28-09-2011
By Debra Chong and Clara Chooi
The Malaysian Insider | TheStar | The New Straits Times | September 28, 2011
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SUBANG JAYA, Sept 28 — Four people were hurt in an early morning explosion at the Empire Gallery shopping mall here, which was heard from as far away as Bangsar - 20km away.


A view of Empire Gallery Subang after an explosion early this morning ripped through a large portion of the mall. — Picture by Choo Choy May

Eyewitnesses described a scene of chaos, adding police, ambulances and the fire brigade are still on the scene.

Police tracker dogs are also there as the cops and Fire and Rescue Department personnel from stations across Subang Jaya, Shah Alam, Damansara and Puchong investigate the incident.

According to the department, a distress called was received at 3.45am this morning of an explosion at the mall, located at the entrance of Subang Jaya from the Federal Highway.

Early investigations show that the explosion started from the mall’s front and involved a gas pipeline. A media report states that the explosion occurred inside the Starbucks outlet.

Rescue workers confirmed four were with light injuries from the incident.

Two Nepalese workers are still believe to be trapped in the basement and have reportedly sustained minor injuries. A couple, sales executives Daryl Chua, 27, and his girlfriend Hibbie Tan, 23, were taken to the hospital in an ambulance.

Nearly the entire stretch of the front portion of the newly-built mall have been blown out, damaging a number of cafes, restaurants and clothing stores including Tangs Departmental Store and Starbucks Coffee.

When met at the scene later, Chua told reporters that he was walking with his girlfriend to an Autopay station a few steps away from Starbucks when the explosion occurred at about 3.30am.

“We were at La Bodega earlier for dinner and then we were just hanging out outside my car and talking.

“Just as we were heading to the Autopay, there was a loud ‘boom’, like in the movies. I thought it was a bomb,” he said.




Chua said he was “literally lifted off the ground” and thrown sideways several meters from the blast, lightly grazing both his arms.

The sounds of breaking glass, falling debris and metal and sirens blasting broke the earlier silence, he said, leaving him in a momentary state of confusion and panic.

“And then the flames came up. It was all over, the entire front of the mall was razed. I thought I was going to die,” he said.

When the scene calmed slightly, Chua said he carried Tan, who had sprained her leg, to safety and noticed passers-by and nearby residents rushing to the scene.

His car, a black Volkswagen Golf GTI was severely damaged from the blast, he said.

Both Chua and Tan sustained minor scratches.

Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim tweeted this morning and prayed for the safety of the residents nearby.

Subang Jaya assemblyman Hannah Yeoh is also there, he added.

The shopping mall opened last year.

Yeoh told The Malaysian Insider she scrambled to get there after receiving a tweet about 3-something this morning.

“The four injured have been taken to the hospital. One broke his leg, apparently,” she said.

The damage [to the building] is extensive. All of the lower floor all the way up to the second floor,” she added.

The cause of the explosion is still unknown, she said.

The police have sealed off the area surrounding the mall, causing a severe traffic jam as workers are caught up in the morning office rush hour.

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Old September 30th, 2011, 08:41 AM   #837
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BlackBerry opens first Asian lifestyle shop[/B]
Published: 29/09/2011 at 12:00 AM
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The first BlackBerry lifestyle store in Asia opens today in Bangkok as part of the growth strategy of Research In Motion (RIM) in the region.


Rohilesh Singh (right), senior director of retail strategy for RIM East Asia, joins Jay Mart CEO Adisak Sukumvitaya at the Lifestyle Store at Siam Paragon. PATTARACHAI PREECHAPANICH

The move aims to expand BlackBerry's market share amid the growing popularity of Android-based smartphones and as economic hardships engulf Europe and the United States.

"Thailand is one of the top two strategic countries alongside Indonesia where we aim to boost market share," said Rohilesh Singh, senior director for retail strategy of RIM East Asia.

"Bangkok is the best location for a global brand retail shop."

Through a partnership with Jay Mart, the SET-listed mobile phone dealer, the 20-million-baht BlackBerry lifestyle store will feature more than 60 BlackBerry devices including PlayBook tablets and accessories.

"This concept store will educate users about our technology," he said, adding RIM would explore opportunities to expand its retail shops in various models.

In Indonesia, for instance, the Canada-based RIM has opened nearly 60 experience stores providing sales and service.

The research firm Canalys notes smartphones now account for 17.2% of all mobile phones in Thailand, with the figure expected to reach 49.6% in 2015.

Jay Mart CEO Adisak Sukumvitaya said BlackBerry used to rank third in sales behind Nokia and top-ranked Samsung but things have changed.

"Unlike the past nine months when Nokia dominated in first place, Android-based phones and BlackBerry have moved up fast."

He expected the smartphone market will continue to feature fierce competition, and by next year prices will drop as low as 2,900 baht from under 5,000 baht today. Price wars among global makers is expected to erode the market share of house-brand smartphones to 10% this year from 30% in the past three years.

In the past eight months, BlackBerry's sales rose thanks to price cuts of its low-end models. However, he warned driving the sales of its high-end models will be challenging.

BlackBerry sales are now estimated at 60,000 to 80,000 units a month, most of which are low-end units priced between 6,000 and 8,000 baht.
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Old September 30th, 2011, 11:08 AM   #838
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Remember several months ago we reported that IKEA was planning to open its first branch here? Well, we've just been confirmed that the Bangkok outlet of the iconic Swedish brand will officially be open on Nov 3. Judging from those giant cranes working 24/7 on the corner of Bang Na-Trat and Eastern Ring roads, we're positive that everything's going according to plans. IKEA Bangkok is said to stock more than 7,500 home decorating items and furniture within its 43,000-sq-meter space adjacent to a 700-seat restaurant serving up Swedish food (we heart their meatballs),
which is the largest in Southeast Asia. IKEA is also planning to invest another Bt6 billion to open its second and third stores in western and northern Bangkok in the near future. For updates, visit www.ikea.co.th.












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Old September 30th, 2011, 11:39 AM   #839
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Old September 30th, 2011, 12:06 PM   #840
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FESTIVAL SUPERMALL, ALABANG, METRO MANILA

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10. Podium Cinemas
Blockbusting feature: Quaint privacy
Podium's movie theater may seem like a miniature version of any other cinema but loyal patrons come here for its homey ambiance. Quaint, quiet, and cozy—any of Podium's two almost-identical movie houses is perfect for those who aren't a fan of crowds. Nearby restaurants also offer free delivery straight to your seat.
Price: P160 (regular picture); P300 (digital cinema). Credit card payments allowed.




9. Powerplant Cinemas
Blockbusting feature: Heightened 3D pleasure, cozy love seats, and mouthwatering sour cream popcorn
Powerplant's digital theater, one of only two theaters in Metro Manila that employs Active Technology (that's really, really awesome 3D for you and me). Unlike other movie houses that keep the 3D magic on the screen or in the projector, Powerplant uses active 3D glasses for a deeper, more defined picture. Plus, love seats! These coveted two-seaters have become a come-on for cuddly couples. Not all theaters have them so be sure to ask the ticket-seller if it's available.
On the downside: only one restroom for all Powerplant's six cinemas but hey, that means more opportunities to load up on popcorn when you're out there! We recommend their sour-cream popcorn—there's a good chance you'll be craving for it even when you're not planning on catching a movie.
Price: P185 (regular picture); P300 (3D)




8. Greenbelt 3 Cinemas
Blockbusting feature: Wider leg room, a rent-a-cinema, plus sureseats.com
Any of the theaters here are a solid choice for the posh cinéaste (way better than those located in Greenbelt 1). The space is huge, with ample legroom in each aisle that won't let you shift uncomfortably in your seat whenever a fellow movie-goer passes you by. There's a generous amount of space between the first row—often the most undesirable spot in the house lest you're in the mood for a stiff neck—and the screen, so don't worry if front-row seats are the only ones left.
And in case you're really picky, there's always Sureseats.com (which works in any Ayala mall) to save you from the hassle of lining up or leaving your movie plans up to chance—perfect for extra-crowded Friday and Saturday nights.
Should you ever need one, Greenbelt 3's MyCinema is a good pick for rent-a-cinema parties, get-togethers, and seminars. The 50-seater space comes with use of a small bar, lounge area, and private restrooms.
Price: P180 to P200 for regular movies. To rent MyCinema, be prepared to shell out P26,500 for four hours; inclusive of free popcorn and 30 parking slips. You can opt to show any of Greenbelt's current movie offerings or bring a DVD of your choice. Credit card payments allowed.




7. Shang Cineplex Cinemas 1 and 2
Blockbusting feature: Superior acoustics and 3D projection
Shang's digital cinemas (1 and 2) were the first to adopt XpanD Active 3D Glasses for a more accurate and vivid picture (read: amazing 3D depth that makes you feel like you're inches from the scene). Apart from using topnotch equipment, Shang Cineplex also had their walls designed specially to buffer extraneous sound, keeping the audio crystal-clear. No worries, just sheer movie magic.
Loyal Shang patrons can also avail of the E-See membership card which provides discounts, early movie reservations, and other freebies.
Price: P300 (3D)




6. SM Megamall Winema
Blockbusting feature: A novelty—audience participation
Playfully dubbed Winema (We Interact with the Cinema), SM Megamall's Cinema 1 airs a two-minute interactive game before every movie. A motion-sensitive camera measures people waving their hands left or right, playing either Boink Out (an Arkanoid game) or Power Catcher (catching falling objects). Think Wii only much, much bigger. Simulator seats area also installed in Winema Cinemas—giving an added rush to gaming and watching.
The audience that beats the high score will collectively win a prize; the key is teamwork and a fierce competitive spirit.
Price: P300




5. SM Mall of Asia IMAX
Blockbusting feature: It's IMAX!
IMAX theaters should come with a warning: It's not for the faint-hearted—nor is it for people who easily get motion sickness. Better video quality, better audio, better depth—IMAX has redefined the cinema experience by letting moviegoers immerse themselves visually in the film. If you've ever tried lining up for tickets at SM MOA's IMAX theater when Avatar, X-Men, Spiderman, or any of the special effects-heavy sort were playing, you'll find that the long lines are testament to the type of movie experience it promises. Hint: the awesome kind, what with its 8-storey-high and 120-feet-wide screen and larger-than-life images.
Price: P450




4. SM North EDSA IMAX
Blockbusting feature: It's IMAX too, and it has its own lounge, plus mobile ticketing (for all SM outlets)
Want to feel like you're in Hogwarts or Middle Earth? Haul yourself to an IMAX theater and literally become part of the film. Add roomier seats, wider legroom, and hip interiors with cool lighting fixtures to the equation and you'll understand why SM North ranks as our top IMAX choice. SM North's IMAX cinema also boasts a lounge area complete with couches and a snack bar.
Another bonus for SM Cinemas applicable to all their theaters? Super-convenient mobile ticketing. Globe subscribers can pay and reserve tickets through their cellphones and pay via GCash. Tickets can be personally printed at bCode machines in the cinema complex.
Price: P450




3. Gateway Platinum (Cineplex 10)
Blockbusting feature: Cinema a la burgis: LA-Z boy seats, refreshments, a first class lounge, plus valet service

We thought something as ordinary as movie-going would transcend the lines of social class but we were wrong! Platinum is located at a wing separate from Gateway's other theaters and its appeal doesn't end with its plush LA-Z-Boy recliners, inclusive refreshments, and first-class lounge. Patrons of this cushy cinema are also entitled to the mall's valet service.
Price: P350 (walk-in); P10 fee is charged for reserved tickets




2. Eastwood Ultra 7
Blockbusting feature: LA-Z boy seats and unlimited drinks

With soft LA-Z boy seats that recline all the way, comfort comes easily in Ultra 7. Its stadium-layout, with rows set far from each other, eliminates unnecessary neck-craning and seat-kicking. Just before the film, movie attendants make rounds seat by seat taking orders for popcorn or drinks—refreshments are unlimited, by the way. After that you're all set—just lean back (or lay down), prop your feet up, relax, and enjoy the show.
Price: P400




1. Newport Ultra Cinemas (Cinemas 1 and 2)
Blockbusting feature: The whole enchilada, plus 24-hour screenings on weekends and butler service

Combine almost every amazing feature we've mentioned so far and we have Newport's two crazy-awesome Ultra Cinemas. The seats? Lush, reclining, laid out in pairs, and structured like pods for extra privacy. The legroom? Wide enough for Yao Ming. This setup can assure unobstructed movie-watching all throughout. Added perks? Butler service. Just press the little button in your pod and voila, your personal Alfred can order food for you from nearby establishments. Newport also runs 24-hour screenings on Fridays and Saturdays.
This one doesn't go easy on the pocket, mind you, but if that's the price to pay for the ultimate in cinema satisfaction, we'll take it.
Price: P500


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