KUCHING: The latest attraction in Kuching city ‘Golden triangle’ – The Hills Shopping Mall – is all set for its grand opening on Jan 20 next year.
Speaking to The Borneo Post during the soft launching of Marry Brown Restaurant at the complex yesterday, complex director Jackson Goh said everyone is invited to visit the complex now as a few outlets have started their operation.
“We have a few outlets operating today (yesterday) such as Marry Brown Restaurant, Times Book Store, Sushi King and GNC Livewell,” Goh said.
He added that among the complex’s attractions would be several international brands which are expected to operate very soon such as Mango and CK Jeans.
“These shops are open to cater for the demands by local shoppers for more international brands and we believe that it would be a hit among local fashion lovers.”
Goh later added that food and beverages section have not been left out with soon to be opened Coffee Bean, Bing Coffee and Old Town White Coffee.
“In addition to these cafes, Hill’s Shopping Mall will also have Food INK, a food court with 14 operators serving various food for those who crave for delicious delicacies,” said Goh.
“Kids meanwhile will surely love the Toy’s R Us, set for its grand opening sometime in January and I believe kids would have a reason why they should come to this complex everytime.”
Another attraction to the complex is New Avenue, a place that consists of 36 mini fashion outlets catering for the needs of trendy youths, while an ICT section having around 32 outlets offering a wide range of high tech gadgets is also on the cards.
“With more than 120 business outlets spreading over 100,000 sq ft in the centre of Kuching city, I believe this complex will offer a balance to cater for everyone needs,” Goh said while revealing that most of the shops will operate before the Chinese New Year.
Goh also added that 610 basement car park lots are available and describes the basement car park as spacious and having well lit conditions.
Meanwhile visitors to the complex will be able to view two Ferrari F430 coupes and convertible sports cars, displayed by Chong Brothers at the complex centre lobby which will be on display until Jan 2.