The Spring opens to public
Minimum pictures! Not recommended if you’re expecting tons of pics on the interiors. xD
It was a display of kiasu–ness at it’s best by Kuchingnites (me included =P) when half of Kuching deserted the CBD and flocked to the The Spring. Hundreds, perhaps thousands thought they were more kiasu than me and gathered outside the entrance at around 10am before allowed entry.
I only went there at around 2pm with Ah soon, Ah wu, Yao nam, John and Ah Piaw.
We knew this was going to be the view from the pedestrian bridge so we walked from campus.
The Spring and it’s magnificent façade. It was hot, sunny and soou not a day for shopping but oh well, for a day, the sun didn’t mean anything to us.
I originally did not plan to post this because I didn’t take much pictures. And uh, this is already the 4th or 5th post about the Spring. Gawd, I need a Spring-o-vaccine. =P
So does all these people, I guess. =\
Seriously, there were heads everywhere! That made taking photos almost impossible because before you could press that shutter, someone kid would bump into you.
We trashed the idea of having lunch at the Food Bazaar after seeing how bloody packed it was and decided to check out Parkson. We picked a random blazer out of curiosity.
Later that day, we ended up having lunch at Tun Jugah.