Saturday, June 26, 2010

The Spring Shopping Complex In Kuching Sarawak

Saturday, 26th June 2010

The Spring Mall - Largest shopping Mall in SARAWAK - Owned and built by PSB Realty Development Sdn Bhd. Mr. James Ling - director of The Spring developer PSB Realty Development Sdn Bhd
Where is the Spring Mall located? Please look at the goggle Map below:


What is so special about the Spring?

MBO Cinemas

MBO Cinemas opened its eight-screen Cineplex in June 2009. Its first in East Malaysia. The Cineplex, located on the top floor of The Spring shopping mall have a total seating capacity of 1,584 with the largest hall accommodating 426 patrons. The Cinema cost RM 8 millions.
The Cineplex has a 3D projector and “couple seats” for pairs. One hall designated for couple seats which can accommodate about 50 couples. The 3D projector will be MBO’s first and placed in the largest hall.

Above : Front view of the main entrance of the mall This two storey new shopping mall is designed by New Zealand’s Warren & Mahoney

Below: Back entrance of the mall is just across the road of Kenyalang Park

Situated along a main thoroughfare in a high profile neighborhood of South Kuching, the two-storey mall will have 350,000sq ft of space and 1,500 car-parking bays, with entrances/exits from all four directions.
The RM150 million project was designed by a New Zealand-based architectural firm, Warren & Mahoney, which has a strong influence on retail outlet concepts and the built environment in that country.

The Spring give Sarawakians as well as visitors to the Sarawak a rewarding shopping experience, with a wide range of retail choice. This would also make the city “more
Perbena Emas, builder of The Spring, is a construction company incorporated in 1977 and the shopping mall is its maiden venture into property development, on a site it purchased 12 years ago.
Both Perbena Emas and PSB Realty come under Pan-Sarawak Co Sdn Bhd, which started off in the timber trade and then moved on to building and construction materials and air-conditioning supplies.
The group has carried out major building and infrastructure work in Sarawak, including civil structure work for the Malaysia Liquefied Natural Gas plant in Bintulu, the Sarawak General Hospital in Kuching as well as the Hock Lee Centre and Wisma STA in Kuching.

Parkson Corporation Sdn Bhd’s second outlet in Kuching, The Spring was declared open by Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud in January 2008
The outlet, Parkson’s largest in East Malaysia, boasts a floor space of 102,500 square feet over three floors and is the anchor tenant of The Spring. Total investment for the outlet amounted to RM12-15mil, with more than 50% supported by suppliers.
The new outlet housed a beauty hall offering international brands, a floor dedicated to men’s and women’s fashions, and a floor for children’s apparel and home accessories. Shoppers have a choice of almost 300 brands of merchandise, many of which are being featured for the first time in Kuching,

Ground Floor

Starbucks recently opened its second outlet in Kuching. Located at The Spring, Kuching’s latest shopping mall, the new outlet occupies 1,484 square feet indoors and 274 square feet outdoors.
Starbucks offers a variety of pastries, cakes and salads on top of its espresso, frappuccino and coffee beverages.
Starbucks The Spring open daily from 9am to 11pm and offers free Wi-Fi service to customers. When you feel painful using a dial-up at home, come here and connect to the broadband Wi-Fi for your email.
Starbucks’ first outlet here opened at Kuching International Airport in 2007.

Axxezz - The Spring

A potpourri of beautiful, intricate accessories grace the colorful interiors of Axxezz, the Malaysian -grown brand known for its contemporary jeweler collection befitting for all occasions.
Located at the first floor of Kuching's latest shopping mall, The Spring, this is the first outlet in Sarawak for Axxezz (pronounced Ak-cess) having established several other outlets in countries such as UAE, Pakistan, the Philippines and of course, Malaysia, since 1998.
Born out of its creator, Gina Frias-Himpe's passion for fashion jewelleries and inspired by her travels to the east and west, its designs go beyond seasonal trends to please every personal style.

At Axxezz, one's journey there is like an everlasting fairytale where each chapter happily ends with the one's finding of the perfect accessories while the next chapter begins with the anticipation of this blossom's new exciting collection.

Their color-coordinated collection each feature all-season pieces that come in playful yet classy styles ranging from chunky beaded chain necklaces to feathery dangling earrings, thus enabling customers to shop for a particular jeweler piece with ease.

Fashionable one-of-a-kind pieces from the outlet here include a variety of sparkly accents that spice up bohemian fantasy pieces to romantic rosettes in demure classics. Mother of pearls sit artfully clustered in brass settings, while Swarovski crystals grace slinky velvet chokers reminiscent of bygone romance. And, as if in choreographed mismatch, chunky jewel-bright gemstones on retro gold brooches present a petal play amidst dyed beads that trickle down fringed pieces in tribal charm.

The brand, which is denoted by a single lime-green and turquoise blossom, also presents the young ones with the Axxezz Kidz Klek Kleh Collection which was inspired by little girls with hair scraped back in braids and ponytails. The collection is a charming and colorful confection of adorable fashion accessories comprising sweet candy-pink party pouches to tactile lace hair bands and fun trinkets. Each pretty piece is richly detailed with bright, playful accents that celebrate the flower fairy in children.

Apart from that, Axxezz has also made a head start with hats that feature all the brand's signature , details. Beribboned, bowed or beaded, the Axxezz hat is versatile and adaptable whether it is to lend volume and structure to the attire, to mix and match an outfit, or to accent an entire get-up.

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