The role of quidnuncs

27 12 2009

or in local term: Kepo lang

It is undeniable that a myriad of Kuchingites love to visit any newly launched “four corner walls” that can be found in every nook and cranny of Kuching, be it coffee shops, malls, clubhouses, hotels; you name it..

Assumptions:

1. Just being kepo

2. Share the joy and be supportive.

Sad to say that, I’m one of them too (part-time nia).. Hak~

Upon landing on this Laksa ground, been hearing lots of hoo-ha about this new hotel which is situated on top of the hill. Let me present you, Pullman Hotel.

*drum-roll*

Blue Christmas tree has become the center of attraction in the hotel. And if you have noticed, it is two-story high.

The glassy roof. This ain’t transition glass. Point to note, free indoor sunbathing if you stand under the roof for couple of hours.

2nd floor – do you feel a sense of  “album cover” ambiance?

Carpet with colourful stripes. Women with high heels should be careful with this fluffy carpet.

What’s this? You tell me.

A dog seater. Erm, for the record, that’s mum modeling particularly for this post. heh!

looking down to ‘L’ or the first floor – the bar.

the alley leading towards the lifts

Last but not the least, I somehow love this snapshot.

On the other note, there’s a new little mall coming up soon, hail The Hill. I bet the public will be swarming around the new place.

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