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Queensbay Mall opened for business on 1 December 2006. It is currently the largest, longest and most modern shopping mall in Penang with a gross built up of 2.5 million sq ft and over 1 million sq ft net lettable area. The Mall is located in Bayan...more
Hours Today: 10:30 - 22:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
100 Persiaran Bayan Indah, Bayan Lepas, Penang Island 11900, Malaysia
I went to Siam Express with my family on 31st August and we were waiting to be serve for 10 minute but no one come and take our order or to serve us so we left to Sushi King.
Then at Sushi King we've ordered...More
Dropped into the Food Court - Queens Hall for some quick lunch
This is Fried Rice , 2 versions - Java Fried at the bottom , Vegetarian Fried on top
RM 7.50 each plate
Good Taste , could be better
Queensbay Mall, one of the finest shopping malls in Penang Island, is located in the heart of Bayan Lepas. The mall features 5 retail levels of international and home grown brands including fashion, lifestyle, dining, entertainment, sports, electronics, home furnishing and department store.Be a part...More
Not a mall or shopping person but this place was great for picking up a new Xiaomi smartphone from the Mi store. Parking, although a struggle at busy times, wasn't the worst and, honestly, it's SO cheap it's ridiculous. The cinema is also great value...More
You may find the mall as big as Mid-valley and Utama in KL, with hundreds of shops and a cinema. You may spend more than half-day there. Singaporeans may find those shops familiar as mall is under Capital mall with capitastar reward programme. Aeon is...More
I was staying at the Equatorial Hotel last weekend n had a day to kill. Loved their pool but did not bring my swimming togs si took the hotel shuttle thinking it was just down the road. As it was a Saturday, Penangites were out...More