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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Kids Gallery, the first kid's departmental store opens in One City USJ25

 Being mommy of two boys, I know it's important to find kid's departmental store that I can shop for my children. One City Properties makes its entry into retail business with the opening of Kids Gallery, the first ever departmental store catering specially to children. Occupying a shopping space of about 15,500 sq. ft. which is equivalent to 9 shop lots, the store carries a wide range of children’s merchandise from clothing to shoes, accessories, books, bags and even to bedding.
Emcee of the day together with beautiful Mai Sarah on stage giving their welcome speech.
The official launch event was co-hosted by 9 year old starlet, Mia Sara who left guests in awe with her ability to host.

Shopping with kids can be fun now because you find yourself a big kids departmental store catering especially children clothing. There's a section for baby gifts, stroller, baby's needs. Another section for children, you'll be greeted with attractive colors and designs of the store. They are interesting photo corners and 3D elements around the store for kids to have their pictures taken. The changing rooms are also fitted with selfie elements whereby children will have the opportunity to pose with pose the attire they like. You know busy parents sometime no time to shop with their children, grandparents are the one that shopping with them instead. With selfie elements, children can send their photo to their parents at work to view. 

“Kids Gallery aims to tap into the country’s growing market of aspirational yet price-conscious shoppers, by hosting a wide variety of international, local, and exclusive brands in an exciting shopping environment. We believe that the shopping experience is the new frontier for competitive differentiation,” said Mr. Sim Hai Yeun 沈海韻, Retail Director of One City Properties in his speech at the official opening of Kids Gallery.

At Kids Gallery children will be encourage to partake in the buying process. They can pay for their own merchandise as the themed cashier counters are lowered to a kid friendly level. For the convenience of nursing mothers, Kids Gallery has a fully equipped feeding and diaper changing room adjoining the restroom and the children’s play area. Mothers can now breastfeed or shop in peace knowing that their children are occupied at the play area which also has a television to entertain them with cartoons. Both the Male and Female restrooms within the store are also child friendly as the sinks, urinals and toilet bowls are all placed at a lower level.  

 Sim added, “With an investment of RM3 mil. put into setting up of the store, Kids Gallery will complement the surrounding amenities such as the office suites, office tower, business class hotel, F&B outlets, cinema, gym, karaoke and supermarket. Kids Gallery will cater to the needs of children from as young as infants up to the age of 17 years.”
Check out my instagram sherrygo for the lion dance perfomance

 During the launch guests were also entertained with an energetic kids hip hop dance performance choreographed by Alam who captained the team that won the first “So You Think You Can Dance Malaysia” competition. A lion dance troupe then ushered in the good luck and prosperity at the official ribbon cutting ceremony.

I am sure you like to check out my haul on the day at Kids Gallery, yeah mommy shopping for sons. Click on the link to view.

Kids Gallery currently offer more than 30 brands that are not just popular but are affordable and of quality. For more information or store promotional updates, log on to the Facebook page for Kids Gallery
Address: Kids Gallery, Ground Floor, The Place@One City, Jalan USJ 25/1a, 47650 UEP Subang Jaya.

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