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Now Open! Terminal21 Pattaya, New Shopping Destination in the Heart of Pattaya

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30 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

you never buy anything in an airport because its ridiculously expensive.

Airports have duty free shops, they are usually very cheap

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Pattaya certainly has lots of cinemas now. Thats Central festival, central marina, the avenue and now T21. Surely one will have to close.

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1 minute ago, Peterw42 said:

Pattaya certainly has lots of cinemas now. Thats Central festival, central marina, the avenue and now T21. Surely one will have to close.

The people I know going to cinemas are teens, plenty of them around. Adults have their own home theaters with a well stocked up fridge right next to it.

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6 hours ago, fforest1 said:

Why go to a mall and eat street food.....

Ok I'll bite.  Convenience, cleaned filtered cooled air, cleaner food prep environment with no exhaust fume infused food.  No bugs, no rain.  But don't let that stop your pissing and moaning even though you will go there just like everyone else if the price is right.

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Because it screws up the rest of Pattaya even more.  had it been on the Dark Side it may have made some sense.  Positioned where it is, it makes no planning sense at all. 
Please,,,,, keep all the crappy malls inside Pattaya..........

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Because it screws up the rest of Pattaya even more.  had it been on the Dark Side it may have made some sense.  Positioned where it is, it makes no planning sense at all. 
Please,,,,, keep all the crappy malls inside Pattaya..........

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1 hour ago, fforest1 said:

 

Me I think I will partake in a few more smoothies and maybe give some of that eye candy a test run...lol

 

It may surprise you to know that a lot of those girls walking around the mall won't sleep with someone old enough to be their father at any price.  Apparently, you think the whole town is still just a giant brothel comprised of mostly just tattoo'd issan bargirls.

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1 hour ago, Peterw42 said:

For me, the whole airport theme comes with negative connotations, you never buy anything in an airport because its ridiculously expensive.

 

I think the whole concept is clever..... planes on the outside, gates bringing you to different shopping experiences, complete with themes at Paris, Tokyo, San Francisco, Italy and Hollywood. The food is geared more towards Asian tastes but there is plenty for this farang. 

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12 minutes ago, lapd said:

It may surprise you to know that a lot of those girls walking around the mall won't sleep with someone old enough to be their father at any price.  Apparently, you think the whole town is still just a giant brothel comprised of mostly just tattoo'd issan bargirls.

Your correct a lot wont but luckily a lot will....lol 

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OK, I finally made it there.

I'm a late bloomer.

This is Pattaya now, like it or not. Can't go back now.

My main interest is the food of course, and the food situation is even more impressive than I had thought it would be from the previews.

I'll make some specific comments about that on the Hit and Run "review" thread.

The themes are OK. For such a massive mall I think better some kind of silly theme than nothing.

I wonder how the concept will date over time but no worries about that now in the golden present. 

Of course the theme "art" pieces are total kitsch but who really cares.

It was funny watching all the people doing pics and selfies on the fake foreign backdrops. 

In the age of fake news, why not FAKE VIEWS?

Is there an information desk? I wanted one and didn't see one.

As far as shopping I don't think I'll do any shopping there at all (for goods or services like banking).

Yes, the Foodland as others have noted is not impressive or sized like Klang.

I actually prefer the one at Royal Garden. 

I made the mistake of spending too much time there for a first visit. So it became exhausting and annoying … like an AIRPORT. (Hmm.) 

It's still a madhouse crowd-wise (this Monday) and that didn't help. 

So for me it's basically one GIANT restaurant with less than ideal ambiance.

 

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1 hour ago, Jingthing said:

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In the age of fake news, why not FAKE VIEWS?

........ 

 

If you want or like FAKE VIEWS go to "Art in Paradise". 

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We took our granddaughter there this afternoon.

It gets the thumbs down from her - no toy shops.😡

 

Nice choice of restaurants, so we will probably visit often - once the crowds have died down.

 

My main disappointment - I was expecting a real Routemaster London bus, but it was a poor cartoon copy.😢

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Very busy today , on a Monday . I think we should wait a couple of weeks for it to turn "normal". 

I want to be able to walk freely inside , but I was pushed in all directions.  I almost stumbled down the escalator......:angry:

 

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1 hour ago, balo said:

Very busy today , on a Monday . I think we should wait a couple of weeks for it to turn "normal". 

I want to be able to walk freely inside , but I was pushed in all directions.  I almost stumbled down the escalator...…:angry:

 

I was surprised at the crowd on Monday as well. I think the crowds will last somewhat longer than when Marina opened. 

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1 hour ago, Jingthing said:

I was surprised at the crowd on Monday as well. I think the crowds will last somewhat longer than when Marina opened. 

Tuesday is a public holiday, so many people made it a long weekend

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