According the the official facebook page of Central Festival ( Hat Yai), this future biggest mall in the South is set to open on the 14th of December this year. Of course, I’m excited as I love going to the malls! I wonder what shops will be opened there. I hope that they have Burger King and Krispy Kreme outlets.
Anyways, here’s one of the latest photo from the mall’s facebook page. Photo courtesy of: Oatsuke Lertsurawat
Just a few more concrete work, these vises and painting then, it’s almost done!
I’m not a shopaholic, but I do love going to malls for window shopping and for food. With my family coming to Malaysia, they will surely do a ’mini chocolate shopping’ and a lot of window shopping. I just love to be inside the malls look at all those bags and Tissot watch brand . Oh, I’m excited to go around and go window shopping in the malls here in Kuala Lumpur.
I’ve just searched about Branson, Missouri and here is what I’ve found.
Located in the heart of the Ozarks, Branson combines small-town charm with big-city music and entertainment. Known as one of Missouri’s top attractions, Branson was first settled in the early 1800s as a stop along the White River, just east of the present historic downtown area. The town spread quickly westward, and by the 1950s and ’60s, a variety of music shows were opening, playing to tourists who came to visit man made Lake Taneycomo. Today, the strip is a year-round entertainment mecca, with more than 40 theaters producing shows to fit every taste and schedule. Choose morning, afternoon, or evening performances, and take in everything from gospel, rock, and pop to comedy, drama, and variety shows.
Things to do in Branson:
1)Go to the Branson Family Fun Factory
2)Watch the Harner Barber Variety Show
3)Watch the Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show
4)Enjoy the rides at Silver Dollar City
5)Ride the Ducks!
6) Visit the IMAX Entertainment Complex
7)Visit the Stone Hill Winery
8) Watch the NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament March 11-19, 2009
Branson surely looks like a fantastic place to visit! Hope it’ll be possible for us to visit this place some time.
When we were in Malaysia last month, I never passed up the opportunity of visiting Old Town cafe. It’s good that there was one of these shops just right in front of YMCA where we were staying. I just love Old Town! I love the design of their shop, their food and of course their coffee! The price is just ok for KL price, but I would be happier if their food and drinks are cheaper..
Anyways, I hope on our next visit to Malaysia we can have breakfast at Old Town.
Every Saturday at Lee Garden’s Plaza, they have a so-called ‘idea market day’ where the locals sell their handmade items. Some products are customized and they’re really beautiful. I don’t know if they sell custom coins though but I’ve seen custom keychains and even dolls! As a ‘frustrated artist’ I feel inspired whenever I see their crafts and products and it makes me create my own items and sell them out too!