AEON Congratulations

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AEON Congratulations

Post by Duncan » Sat May 07, 2016 12:21 pm

Wow, I'm very impressed with AEON. But hang on a sec, I'm not talking about AEON in PP , but the AEON that opened recently in Kota Bharu, Malaysia. It's much , much bigger than PP, and was full of people with thousands of eateries of all sorts , all countries, and the shops were full of merchandise with people buying. I'm already planning on a return trip there and staying much longer next time. Prices were comparable to Thailand , eg , large rotisserie chicken $4 , would be $6 for a scrawny village chicken in pp.
Hey, did I mention food, I came back and weighed myself and I had put on 2 kg.
Took my brother - in -law with me this time , for his first o/seas trip and he was impressed with the train ride Klia2 to BTS bus station, then the hundreds of big flash Scania buses that arrived or left from there. Sister-in-law has just invited herself to go with me next time, but that's ok, it's better than chatting up fat, short Malaysian girls wearing a tent over their head.
Cambodia,,,, Don't fall in love with her.
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Re: AEON Congratulations

Post by phuketrichard » Sat May 07, 2016 12:36 pm

why Khota Bharu? visa run? I find KB rather boring compared to Penang and not nearly as many things to do.

I pay 115 baht for a whole BBQ chicken at Big C $3.30
Malaysia is best for Indian and Malaysian curries
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Re: AEON Congratulations

Post by franzjaeger » Sat May 07, 2016 4:39 pm

Good on them. The mall here in Phnom Penh seem pretty well managed so far. And mornings are still quiet enough to enjoy a coffee peacefully, at one of the many shops. And Starbucks opening there soon! Hopefully they will serve regular drip like in Bangkok.
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