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Kuching, Malaysia

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by Chia, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. Chia

    Chia Regular Member

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    hi i was wondering is there any shops worth visiting there, address would be appriciated. Cause my mom is heading down there for chinese new years, and she could pick me up some rackets.

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    There is a chain of shops selling badminton equipment in Kuching.

    I have seen one branch in the shopping complex housing Parkson nr Riverside and

    Hilton.
     
  3. Chia

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    Thanks..
    should i worry about fakes? cause my mom cant tell the difference, but i am gonna show her pics.
     
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    how much would a good priced mp90 cost in riggets?
     
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    Good chain stores dont sell fakes.

    Yonex racquet prices I believe are standard worldwide,

    one of the gold color racquets retail for M$700.Mp 55 is about M$200.

    Honest answer is I dunno, because I found that after using new racquets that they are crap and I'm going back to old models like cab 20 tour.

    Sorry
     
  6. Chia

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    thanks for your reply bbn i really aprriciate it.
     
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    You might ask your mum to go to Global Sports at 3rd Mile, Kuching or Robinson Sports near Padang Merdeka. Tell your mum to ask local people, they will show her. Dont worry, these two shops have good reputation in Kuching.
     
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    thanks for your help chaijk
     
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    Are those shops in a building or just a shop that can be found from the road?
     
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    I am sorry I can no longer advise, as i have not been to Kuching for more than 10 years.

    You have to ask the local peoplea again.
     
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    Largest Badminton outlet in Kuching total of 4 outlet. www.badmintonworld.com.my only sell Original staff. they anti imitation/pirates.!
     

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