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Asian Countries At M Mall 020 Penang Times Square

THE NEXT MORNING AFTER MY BREAKFAST, I went to Times Square, Penang... I heard there was something interesting going on over there. The last time I came was when the Big Bad Wolf sales was going on. This time I did not know what they had in store, I just followed where my friend took me.  No questions asked...

Indeed it was an interesting time in Times Square... oh, not really in Times Square but M-Mall, it is actually called M Mall 020, just next to the Penang Times Square, off Dato Kramat Road.  The mall has four levels of retail stores which are named after different countries... so much so that every level appears as though we are shopping in a different country....
Entrance to M Mall 020...
Since we were there early and it was a weekday, it was kind of quiet... 
More the better for me to move about and take pictures without feeling shy...
hahahahaa...
From the Penang Bridge, I was taken "around the world"...

Lovely decoration.... clean and tidy.....
This level is Japan and Korea!
Beautiful decoration of spring flowers... 
See what I mean?  
I have the mall all to myself to take every corner....
Even these did not escape my eyes....
Panda bears mean China... level....
Korea....
And a Malaysian.....

Thailand on a different level....

On a floating market.....
Colourful products for sale... 
Proceeded to Bali... 
Next stop... Hong Kong!
Waiting for the tour guide....
Shopping at Hongkong Road....
Busy streets of HK....
And finally...
Resting my weary legs....
Before I proceed to London!
hahahhaa....

Comments

  1. Thanks for the photos. I have heard of this new mall but have not been there yet. Good that you enjoy posing for photos there. :)

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    1. Cos not many people around on a weekday and morning... otherwise I won't take so many.. hahahaa

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  2. Very interesting place. You really have the whole mall to yourself. Great time for photos!

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  3. So shiok ! Never bring me ! :(

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  4. If I take a photo with the sumo wrestlers, I would look as small as you, I'm sure. Same size! Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. hahahaha.. good at least you are small compared to them.. hehee

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  5. So much to see and take photos here. Interesting mall. Not only come here for shopping but to take photos.

    I wouldnt mind going early. Less crowd and can walk freely.

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    1. Yes, and taking photos without feeling shy... hahahaa

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  6. What the... since when is there yet another mall next to Times Square?? OMG I am so jakun!

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  7. Very interesting lah this mall! Must make it a point to visit and take photo with the sumo wrestlers LOL!

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