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- If you are looking to have loads of fun, this is the right place to stop by. Suitable for children, the young and young at heart. My daughter(29) and I enjoyed ourselves so much. We had loads of cool pictures to share with family and friends.
The staff were very knowledgeable and friendly, they assisted us on how to pose for the best pictures. I had reservations at first but they were super helpful and immediately put us at ease. They attended to us throughout the 2 hrs we were there.
You'd be lucky to have the whole place to yourselves but even if there are other couples or groups, everyone would be having too much fun to feel shy. The best is, there is no time limit for the amount you pay, so go ahead, get clicking and enjoy youselves!Written 28 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Thank you to give us good service . Your art gallery is Nice. Also look very nice. It is also make good delivery. Thank you so much.Written 9 January 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great mall - feels new & clean. Good selection of shops. Good food court. We got our hotel to call us a taxi there as it's a fair way from the Riverfront. What we didn't know - is that taxi numbers have dropped from about 1,000 - to less than 50 now. Because we didn't get him to wait for us, we had a big problem getting back to the town. Terribly hot outside, no taxis, ended up walking across the walkway over the road & sitting in a bus stop - hoping that eventually a bus would come. It did - about 20 minutes later.Written 29 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Satok Market is located on the 'North bank' or the Matang side of the Sarawak River. It is about 15 mins drive from the city center, traffic jam dependant.
Lots of fresh local produce in this market that is opened daily to the public.
It has a huge veg. & fruit section, seafood section, meat section and a few court. Just outside this complex there is another opened section without walls but covered with a high roof. This is the real 'tamu' section where the local produce, including jungle produce (wild durians, pisang tanduk, tapioca roots, river clams, pakis, kembayau, tarap, etc.) are laid out on tarpaulin sheets on the floor, or makeshift tables/shelving.
The goods and produce here are cheaper than the market in the city, eg., the Petanak Central Market. Spoilt for choice too.
I note the nearby iconic Satok Pedestrian Suspension Bridge is seldom mentioned in reviews and take this opportunity to share my views on this bridge. It is an engineering success and was once an important connection for the local people on the opposite banks of the Sarawak River, especially when cars and land transport was scare in the the mid 1920s.
The original bridge designed by AS Lowe of the Public Works Dept. opened to the public in October 1926. It lasted till 2004 when it collapsed during a storm. It was rebuilt in the same design in 2020 and reopened to the public in Aug 2021. The new suspension bridge is 213 meters long and 3 meter wide. The original bridge was the first to be built in Sarawak and holds many fond memories for the Kuching people.
It is not as pretty or colourful as the Darul Hana Bridge by the City's Waterfront but the Satok Suspension Bridge breath sheer brutalist strength of steel, beauty, and engineering feat all warped in one. In my opinion, a must visit for new engineers and engineering students.
Bon Voyage !Written 26 November 2022
- We happened to be staying at the AirBnB on top of the mall. The mall is clean and not so crowded. Quite good of shopping and basement has some food outlets. Cinema on the top floor as well.Written 25 August 2023
- Ordered a piece of furniture (a bench) from them to be dispatched internationally by sea. They carefully took my order and gave an estimated time of arrival. The package was expectedly late (its 2020 and coronavirus is everywhere), but when I got the package everything was in order and neatly packed. Not a scratch or anything in sight. Dont be afraid to shop with them!Written 11 September 2020
- Was here for the holidays with the family and I must say that this area is quite lively. The outer structure of the mall looks like the nest stadium in china. There are many things to see and buy. There is a cinema here which makes it more entertaining. But aside from this, the mall is on an average scale which makes it fairly boring after couple of hours. There are also a limited restaurants (whether in the food court or outside) which makes you want to go elsewhere.Written 22 June 2017
- When it opened over 10 years ago, it was a very popular shopping mall, I was a regular customer as price was competitive and there were varieties. With many newer shopping malls in different parts of kuching, some of the tenants have relocated.
The ground floor has a food court with a lot of choices, the first floor has many eating shops like KFC, Pizza Huts, pharmacy, Mr DIY and many other outlets are located in different floors
There are still a lot of customers shopping in this mall, unless measures are taken to improve customer experience in the mall, in the long run, it may not be able to attract new customers.Written 12 November 2019
- This mall is located next to the old courthouse and connected to the Waterfront hotel.
In fact, I think this mall is the biggest attraction for guests who choose to stay in the hotel.
There is McD, Burger King, Subway and Starbucks. Supermarket is on lower ground.
Local foodcourt is located at level 3.
Not as big as City One and Vivacity, but has its charms due to the historical surrounding.Written 27 May 2023
- Really just a trick art museum with murals depicting Sarawak history, life and food.
Entry was 29r and seniors 25 r....probably the going rate for these places as we have done them inPenang and Ipoh in the past.
Save it for a wet day if you want to kill an hour....entry was up a flight of stairs so not for people with difficulties.Written 29 March 2019
- This visit during my convocation at UNIMAS, where I planned to spend time nearby surely Summer Mall. Most of tenants close down but my visit to enjoy the Sushi King & cinema.Written 18 March 2019
- Stutong Community Market was a large covered unair-conditioned marketplace selling localling grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, seafood, eggs and other Asian cooking ingredients. We came to the market to buy fresh supplies for our breakfast, unfortunately on the morning of our visit it was a public holiday and only a few stalls were open but we were able to purchase our supplies. Service was friendly and with a smile, staff will collect your order for you, no need to touch the produce. The seafood section was an interesting place to wander with all the seafood unrefrigerated. The marketplace would be fun to see in full swing, all stalls operating and to see the large array of different produce for sale. Parking was on-site.Written 12 December 2019
- Opens 24 hours. Wide range of things sold here. "Food court" is disappointing. Bowling alley and dart room is top notch.Written 10 June 2018
- The place was probably all the buzz when it first opened but all the new glitzy malls have taken the crowd.
Parksons was an anchor tenant but now that it's gone those left behind are struggling.
It should be obvious to the world that big developers steam rolling bureaucrats with 'future' population figures are not good for this world.Written 8 October 2019
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