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- If you are a local traveler spend a night at a nearby hotel in this area, this mall provides you with all the amenities as travelers.
Plenty of food stalls inside and if you are a Korean food lover, you need to try one of its Korean restaurants there (Oiso Korean Restaurant). You will love the food and definitely will craving for more!Written 6 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The mall is located near to office. So, convenient for lunch. However, many F&B outlets are under renovation. Most of the cafe prices are equivalent to KL price. Not much varieties or outlets to shop. Selected fashion attires can be seen. Since it is school holidays, can see many families and young couples around grabbing good deal offers. But, the public toilets wasn’t clean, pipes are faulty and no tissue or dryer.
Christmas mood is on,,,Written 11 December 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There are some bargain shopping in The Store supermarkets. Lots of mobile phone shops, there is a cinema and bowling alley on the top floors, there are DIY, KFC,money exchange, Thai restaurant etc.Written 12 August 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great place to shop and choose if you are Batik lover however the prices are on the high side if you fail to barginWritten 8 October 2018
- Spent 3 weeks at Sungai Petani, Riverfront City as my business partners were putting up at Big Banana Hotel. Most of our meetings were held at cafes as we prefer relaxing outdoor ambience over those usual hotel conference room.
We were pretty surprise to have found quite a number of assorted restaurants serving Thai BBQ, Chinese Steamboat, Japanese Raman, Bubble Tea Cafes etc. Not forgetting there’s also a foodcourt that were filled with stalls that serve delicious local food too! There’s a cinema within the same roof that I’ve spent 2 of my weekends, enjoying a mini “movie marathon”.
During my personal time, I went around exploring the area by foot. There were rows of shop houses. On the first level, I saw a few shops that were side by side offering foot/shoulder/body massage services at reasonable price. Oh, there’s a Happy Hour Promotion (from 11am till 3pm? = lower priced) that I’ll recommend it to anyone with a stiff shoulder and to ladies who wore heels on daily basis. Fyi, decent joints doing decent business. I’ve spent 4 days continuously on shoulder and foot massage so need I say more? After pampering myself with massages nevertheless to say next up shall be my crowning glory! Hopping from one to another Hair Salons on the same street, I was observing from the outside before deciding on one. I am someone who is very particular about my hair in terms of styling and presentation. I could be seen in my jogging tracks soaked with perspiration and maybe once in a while be seen with smudge eyelashes colour but never with a messy hair. Lol! I decided to step into this hair salon with the countertop filled with bouquets of “Congratulations on Grand Opening”. I did have my fair share of doubt so I went on to test water asking for a Wash & Blow Service. The interior was designed to what appeared to be smoothing and relaxing to me. The stylist who attended to me speaks in English and Mandarin (he speaks in Malay too when I overheard his conversation with another customer). I roughly told the stylist that I have natural curly hair with frizzy ends thus needed styling that could leave my hair straight and smooth. I am not concern about the process so long the outcome preferably could last for 2 days till my next wash (hair wash every alternate days). The stylist did a run-through and observing my hair texture and scalp condition before I could ask if there’s any scalp shampoo, he recommended one to me which I immediately agreed with. I told him about my considerations of doing either a colouring or straightening but will only commit further if the after-result of the Wash & Blow Service is to my expectation. Meaning to say, if I will to be back 2 days later I will proceed with either colouring or straightening treatment. (I apologise for my blunt statement of facts but that’s what I practice back home. If one can tame my natural curl and frizzy hair through a basic Wash & Blow Service, that meant to say I can entrust him to style my tresses entirely based on his professionalism and without the need of consulting me in advance.) After I left the hair salon, I went on a hunt for mani-pedi services. Although there’s one on the second level of one of the shophouses, I went to another shop that was located in Riverfront City as my dinner meeting was an hour away and the dinner place was just a floor level below the mani-pedi shop.
PS: I will do up a separate review on massage service, hair service and mani-pedi service.
Overall, I will recommend Riverfront City a place for accommodation (recommended by my business partners too), business meeting, entertainment as well as beauty & wellness. This is a place for people of all ages.Written 29 August 2019
- Wanted to try kuih karas. Found this small stall where this friendly lady was making it on the spot. Rm 10 for whole container. If not mistaken her stall was on the 3rd/ 2nd level. Kuih karas tasted good not so sweet and knowing that it was made fresh made it even more worthwhile.Written 30 December 2021
- Happened to stay at a nearby hotel when we passed by the night market at around 5pm. All the vans were about to set up their stalls. So i checked with google and it said that sunday nights, the night market will happen here. So with an empty stomach we drove there, it was super near but we have an infant with us so we drove.. Thankfully the school opposite the night market was open for the night market patrons to park at a fee of Rm 2. Parking at the sides require skills which im not equiped with.
The night market or "Pasar malam" in Malay, was not as huge as others but it was enough to go through their local dishes. First in line was the appam balik filled with crushed peanuts, sugar and sweet corn. A popular food item there which we queued (a long queue) was the Nasi Kandar with ayam berempah. Many stalls selling Ayam percik ( marinated chicken barbecued and usually eaten with their sauce (peanut or sambal sauce). We also bought Nasi kukus with ayam berempah (steamed rice with spiced fried chicken) for the baby. Other stalls selling Yong taufu, nuggets/fishball on sticks. Overall, the Nasi kandar was worth it. And the wifey loves the food there.Written 23 February 2020
- Nothing special but a need to improve on the type of tenants. Apart from Starbuck, Old Town Coffee, and KFC; nothing much apart from normal shops in an air-conditioned building. I wonder why to name it as a mall.Written 6 February 2022
- My family and I visited this mall in order to buy school uniforms for the children.
We visited Parkson and on ground floor there was a good display of school uniforms, school bags and other related accessories. The price ranges from middle to high. For example, the price school bags starts from RM 30.00 plus to RM 200.00 plus. So, you need to choose carefully as the merchandise is placed on the same rack.
Service : the staff had little knowledge of the products. For example, we wanted to buy socks for our children. When asked, the staff could provide the size nor could they provide any measuring tape to help determine the size.Written 23 December 2017
- The mall is pretty old.
The mall is pretty much a grocery shopping place.
Not for much fashion or other shopping.Written 20 May 2017
- The biggest tenant there, The Store already closed. However, several small shop still in operating. Not much to find.Written 1 December 2018
- There are plenty of pictures opportunities outside this building. It is situated opposite the main mosque, and close to the art gallery. Entry is free. But registration is required. This museum is in an old building (wooden) so you can appreciate the inside of the building. As for taking pictures, it is not allowed in the exhibition areas. Here you'll be able to see vintage items used used by the royal families. This being a royal museum, you will find plenty information about them.
Shoes need to be left outside near the main entrance. Plenty of steps / stairs in the museum. Not wheelchair friendly. It is airconditioned and well lit.
Near the museum is 'the frame' for pictures and other buildings related to the museum but they are not open for public.Written 3 January 2021
- The chocolate price is comparable to other duty free shop. With CIMB card holder, you will get extra 10% discount which make it cheaper. The ritter sport chocolate is the cheapest here, buy 3 free 1!Written 22 December 2019
- Very friendly shop assistant. Very beautiful garden. A lot of batik selection. There's batik studio just sadly only few art exhibitWritten 20 October 2020
- Never disappoint me.
Was a great place to shopping kitchenware. You might want to compare with other shop, but at the end for some item, I went back here because it offer a great deal even come with free gift.
Some item have a unique design even don't have at other store. I even look the item at their website to check the item and when I look it by myself, it make me want to buy it.Written 1 October 2019