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Kuching Plaza
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Posted on: 2012/2/13 19:50
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I am so happy it is coming back.

Now I can go play football at the St Thomas school padang and eat there.

I use to eat KFC alot at the Kuching plaza.

When is opening day?

Posted on: 2012/2/14 11:47
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i just don't know whether all the former tenants will be back there.
since it was closed down in around 2005-2006.

most of the tennats have long moved out.

Posted on: 2012/2/14 12:18
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It's a big risk re-opening this plaza, especially when Merdeka Plaza is opening soon - end of this year if I'm not mistaken. People will flock to Merdeka Plaza that's for sure.

Posted on: 2012/2/14 13:29
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perhaps, kch plaza will regain its glory....for students.

Posted on: 2012/2/14 16:51
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waa...vely nostalgic lah . i remembered i crashed gate masuk on the 3rd day of opening Kuching Plaza during the 80's

Posted on: 2012/2/14 21:33
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Quote:

ahfeiko wrote:
waa...vely nostalgic lah . i remembered i crashed gate masuk on the 3rd day of opening Kuching Plaza during the 80's


please tell us more how was it like that time. lol

Posted on: 2012/2/14 22:31
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hehe.... vely song lah and excited ! during those days only got Electra House for us to lepak2 on Friday(TGIF lah) so with Kch Plaza opening,it was the talk of the town man .i didnt go there on the 1st day,only on the 3rd day and bila sampai sana,we were very sakai and run up and down the escalator. Million electrical shop were 1 of the pioneer there. the upper top most floors never got any responces even untill the day tutup also nobody bother to rent(fung shui reason i think).St Thomas kids are the most over there after school(sort of "control" the place there). Kch plaza also the best place to "hide" or main ponteng . i hope the new opening be filled with interesting businesses or shops and of coz - good eateries

Posted on: 2012/2/15 21:46
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i assume its the 1st few escalator in town ? lol

oo that same Million electrical shop now operates at palm road opposite Miramar?

here is another photo

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Posted on: 2012/2/16 11:26
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Yes, Kuching Plaza is very nostalgic. It was first openend sometime in 1981 (31 years aga) and true ... it installed the first escalator in Kuching (perhap in Swak). Still remember the Kuching Supermarket (with symbol "K" in green color) and the best of it, its Sugarbun selling chicken fried + mash potato, coleslaw at RM2.40 per plate compare to now RM8++ ..

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