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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phres
    paid a visit to digital 19 mall the place looks terrible....the flooring, walls were not done, literally empty....the escalator were not working, even the toilets were not available for use cos they were still under reno how can they open the place for public without toilet facilites?
    Sounds like a really soft opening :-P

    There might be some local laws that require proper public toilets, sprinklers, etc. If you are really concerned, contact your MPSJ councillor.

    Cheers, m
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllUrban
    Sounds like a really soft opening :-P

    There might be some local laws that require proper public toilets, sprinklers, etc. If you are really concerned, contact your MPSJ councillor.

    Cheers, m
    there are public toilets in there, saw it that day when i went there but just that still under construction....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Escudo
    So Carrefour will open at the same building?
    yes same building as the apartment and is at the ground floor...

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    Went to digital mall today. Carrefour will open on 16 Jan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by achee
    Carrefour will open on 16 Jan.
    Wonder if there are any opening offers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm
    Wonder if there are any opening offers...
    I saw in the Realrewards website that the offer starts 15 Jan till 18 Jan.
    RM1 = 5 real points (normally is RM2 = 1 real point at C4)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirleysee
    there are public toilets in there, saw it that day when i went there but just that still under construction....
    you're correct...I should have said there might be laws requiring toilets to be operating before a building is opened.

    Cheers, m
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    Quote Originally Posted by rakyat
    Ya, I heard that they r going to close down the Giant in USJ 1 & move to Putra Heights. Rumours r that they sold the land to Mydin?
    Hmmmm......The open carpark lot between Giant and Mydin is all dug up and closed . What is left is just the small lot in front of Giant which is grossly inadequate.
    Folks.....If you're heading there ...be prepared for the traffic confusion arising from last minute cny shoppers. Need to find alternative now and that should be the new carrefour in Rhythm avenue...hopefully...

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    the other alternative is Giant Putra Heights....no traffic jam, plenty of parking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phres
    the other alternative is Giant Putra Heights....no traffic jam, plenty of parking
    I bet they said the same thing about the Giant in Bandar Puteri and USJ when they were opened. We will see how long that lasts :-p

    I hope that something can be put in place to offer shuttle bus service, from Putra Heights to the Giant, and from Putra Heights to the new Carrefour.

    Maybe Carrefour and Giant can sponsor the shuttle buses and compete for your RM.

    Cheers, m
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phres
    the other alternative is Giant Putra Heights....no traffic jam, plenty of parking
    That would be burning another 10km worth of fuel......

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    Small compact carrefour. Easier to shop since dont need to go round and round to hunt for items. Selection and varieties are limited but you can find practically most of household needs . I have not compared price, but I feel it's not much difference than other hyper.

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