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Watsons

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Daniel Thum
Daniel Thum
January 18, 2018
Shopping mall with lots of small shops and stores with local brands and products.
Jian
Jian
November 30, 2016
Affordable, Good and Variety
Robert
Robert
January 20, 2016
A popular hangout for teenagers and the young at heart. It is here that you’ll find the latest Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong styles. Prices are affordable and the fashion is definitely whimsical.
Nicole
Nicole
March 28, 2018
A budget friendly shopping mall with amazing deals.
Rachael
Rachael
December 9, 2015
A shopping mall that sells cheap and affordable clothes as well as latest technology gadgets.
DeeYinn
DeeYinn
July 30, 2016
Best place to get your IT and mobile devices...it's like a mini version of Low Yat. Next to Prangin are 1Avenue and Komtar. 1Avenue, Gurney Plaza and Paragon have good cinemas.
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Mansion One Suites
January 28, 2016
Bus Terminal and Shopping Mall

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Ubicación
Pulau Pinang, Pulau Pinang
Teléfono04-262 2233