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#26 MrBrad

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Posted 2013-06-09 13:31:55

A good comment "will English be more available".

 

As a goodly percentage of shoppers at any of the Rimpings are farangs, you'd really think they'd cater a lot more for those of us who have not been able to master enough Thai to understand the labels on the shelves.   It's hard enough stooping down to read the miniscule type as it is.

 

If I'm shopping for fabric conditioner, I don't need the label to tell me it's 'blue'  or 'pink'  I can see that!

 

What I want to know is, am I about to take off the shelf a bottle of conditioner in a pink bottle or a bottle of bleach in a blue bottle?

 

Please do not cover the instructions on packets with a permanently adhesive Thai label.

 

So Rimpings - get with it, listen to your clientele and remember that we don't all speak Thai.   We are westerners, buying mostly food which is labelled in Thai and precious little English, if any.

 

Only last week I asked a shop assistant at Rimpings why she put all the orange juice on the shelves, with the Thai description facing out.  I turned one around to show the English description, (what type of oranges used) and she looked quite surprised.

 

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It's funny that you should mention that (about Rim Ping).  A couple of months ago I completed a suggestion form at the customer service desk at Rim Ping supermarket.  After doing so, I explained the gist of the suggestion to the woman behind the counter.  The suggestion being: please alternate the face of the product on the shelf, i.e., some showing the Thai print, and some showing the English print.  Doing so would save the customer the bother (albeit slight) of having to continually turn products around to learn of the contents.  Moreover, I predicted that sales would very likely increase since customers would readily see what the product is, and be tempted to try something new. 

 

The customer service attendant thought that that was a very good idea, and paged the head stock clerk to tell him of the suggestion.  A few other employees also gathered by this time, and--best of all--they all concurred that this was an excellent idea that could be readily implemented at no cost.

 

Well, needless to say, not a thing was done to change their old way of doing things.  And getting them to use an easily-removable adhesive on labels will never happen either.

 

So much for suggestion boxes.  As always, Thais will lose face if it's perceived that they don't know what the customer wants.  So, contrary to western thinking, the customer is not always right.



#27 thailandebiz

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Posted 2013-06-10 08:44:54

There are 3 free shuttle buses (looks like rod dang) in front of the mall.

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payup University Food center> Kairos Square Payup University-> Promenada

 

Time table as below

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#28 hellodolly

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Posted 2013-06-10 09:12:05

There are 3 free shuttle buses (looks like rod dang) in front of the mall.

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payup University Food center> Kairos Square Payup University-> Promenada

 

Time table as below

992866_10200693650877995_1812930158_n.jp

 

 

Thank you



#29 thailandebiz

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Posted 2013-06-10 12:41:53

New Update from fanpage : promenadachiangmai

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payap University Food center> Kairos Square Payap University-> Promenada

No.4 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Holiday Inn Hotel-> Pornping hotel ->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

 

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Edited by thailandebiz, 2013-06-10 12:42:22.


#30 Oscar2

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Posted 2013-06-10 13:54:35

 

There are 3 free shuttle buses (looks like rod dang) in front of the mall.

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payup University Food center> Kairos Square Payup University-> Promenada

 


 

Thank you

 

now this old cheapskate farang can get his FREE ride.



#31 market trader

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Posted 2013-06-10 14:43:43

 

 

There are 3 free shuttle buses (looks like rod dang) in front of the mall.

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payup University Food center> Kairos Square Payup University-> Promenada

 


 

Thank you

 

now this old cheapskate farang can get his FREE ride.

 

 

Now that wasn't a very nice thing to say. In my mind Dolly and the others weren't looking for a FREE ride. Because they have no cars or bikes they are just looking for some form of public transportation.



#32 WinnieTheKhwai

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Posted 2013-06-10 14:53:38

It's actually a welcome addition to public transport in Chiang Mai.. ;)   Good routes.



#33 uptheos

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Posted 2013-06-10 15:00:04

It's actually a welcome addition to public transport in Chiang Mai.. wink.png   Good routes.

 

Do you know if it will be a permanent thing or just until everyone gets to know where it is?

If it's permanent, I'm sure the Promenada will get a lot of people who might otherwise not bother.



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Posted 2013-06-10 15:24:17

New Update from fanpage : promenadachiangmai

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payap University Food center> Kairos Square Payap University-> Promenada

No.4 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Holiday Inn Hotel-> Pornping hotel ->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

 

 

there is something mistake. Let me edit 

 

 

I think 1 Rod dang (10 -12 passengers) for every 2 hours is not enough. I don't know in the future Promenada will add more or not 



#35 hellodolly

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Posted 2013-06-10 19:22:57

 

 

There are 3 free shuttle buses (looks like rod dang) in front of the mall.

No.1 Promenada->Chiang Mai University->Nimmanaemin-> Promenada

No.2 Promenada->Airport Intersection->Chiang Mai Gate-> 3 Kings Monument->Kad Luang(Varorot Market)->Train Station->Promenada

No.3 Promenada->Payup University Food center> Kairos Square Payup University-> Promenada

 


 

Thank you

 

now this old cheapskate farang can get his FREE ride.

 

 

Really bothers you that you7 did not read the original post and when mentioned in other posts you didn't have the answer.

Read the original post there was other questions asked that were not answered.

Probably becvouse it is to early to tell but that is probably complicated for some people to understand.coffee1.gif



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Posted 2013-06-11 12:40:23

Hi, as usual CMai City news to our rescue; posted yesterday the 10th of June - a clear English schedule:

Free Red Cars to European Film Festival at Promenada

 

http://www.chiangmai...ews.php?id=1911



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Posted 2013-06-12 00:57:08

Here is some information from Chiang Mai News for shuttles heading to Promenada for the European Film Festival. They're free and I don't think it STRICTLY for movie festival goers.

 

There will be 4 cars leaving 3 times per day (red cars showing Promenada logo).

All films are free.

 

Route and Timetable

 

1.    Route no. 1

  • 6 times per day - 11.00 / 13.00 / 15.00 / 17.00 / 19.00 / 21.00
  • Route : Promenada -> Chiangmai University  ->  Nimmanhaemin road -> Promenada

 
2.    Route no. 2

  • 6 times per day - 10.30 / 13.00 / 15.00 / 17.00 / 19.00 / 21.00
  • Route : Promenada -> Airport Junction  -> Chiang Mai Gate -> Three Kings Monument – Kad Luang ->Train Station-> Promenada

 
3.    Route no. 3

  • 4times per day - 12.00 / 14.00 / 17.00 / 19.00
  • Route : Promenada -> Mana Food center - Payap University  -> Kuang Kai Ross-Payap University ->Promenada

Movie Timetable

  • Opening Reception 6pm 12 June 2013
  • Thursday 13 June 7pm Germany ''3''
  • Friday 14 June 7.15pm Romania Medal of Honour
  • Saturday 15 June 2.30pm France Tomboy / 4.30pm Spain Frozen Silence / 7pm Czech Republic Protector
  • Sunday 16 June 2pm Denmark This Life / 4.30pm Poland Wonderful Summer / 7pm Netherlands Cool kids Dont Cry
  • Monday 17June 7pm Italy The Enterpreneur
  • Tuesday 18 June 7pm Hungary The last Rhapsody
  • Wednesday 19 June 7pm Denmark A Funny Man
  • Thursday 20 June 7pm Spain Dont be Afraid
  • Friday 21 June 7pm UK - london -The Modern Babylon
  • Saturday 22June 2.30pm Finland Stars Above / 4.45pm Germany Goethe / 7pm Portugal The death of Carlos Gardel
  • Sunday 23 June 2pm Sweden Beyond / 7pm Luxembourg Blind Spot
     


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Posted 2013-06-12 02:59:24

 

Here is some information from Chiang Mai News for shuttles heading to Promenada for the European Film Festival. They're free and I don't think it STRICTLY for movie festival goers.

 

There will be 4 cars leaving 3 times per day (red cars showing Promenada logo).

All films are free.

 

Route and Timetable

 

1.    Route no. 1

  • 6 times per day - 11.00 / 13.00 / 15.00 / 17.00 / 19.00 / 21.00
  • Route : Promenada -> Chiangmai University  ->  Nimmanhaemin road -> Promenada

 
2.    Route no. 2

  • 6 times per day - 10.30 / 13.00 / 15.00 / 17.00 / 19.00 / 21.00
  • Route : Promenada -> Airport Junction  -> Chiang Mai Gate -> Three Kings Monument – Kad Luang ->Train Station-> Promenada

 
3.    Route no. 3

  • 4times per day - 12.00 / 14.00 / 17.00 / 19.00
  • Route : Promenada -> Mana Food center - Payap University  -> Kuang Kai Ross-Payap University ->Promenada

Movie Timetable

  • Opening Reception 6pm 12 June 2013
  • Thursday 13 June 7pm Germany ''3''
  • Friday 14 June 7.15pm Romania Medal of Honour
  • Saturday 15 June 2.30pm France Tomboy / 4.30pm Spain Frozen Silence / 7pm Czech Republic Protector
  • Sunday 16 June 2pm Denmark This Life / 4.30pm Poland Wonderful Summer / 7pm Netherlands Cool kids Dont Cry
  • Monday 17June 7pm Italy The Enterpreneur
  • Tuesday 18 June 7pm Hungary The last Rhapsody
  • Wednesday 19 June 7pm Denmark A Funny Man
  • Thursday 20 June 7pm Spain Dont be Afraid
  • Friday 21 June 7pm UK - london -The Modern Babylon
  • Saturday 22June 2.30pm Finland Stars Above / 4.45pm Germany Goethe / 7pm Portugal The death of Carlos Gardel
  • Sunday 23 June 2pm Sweden Beyond / 7pm Luxembourg Blind Spot
     

 

 

Free transport to a brand new mall, are the theaters the size of football stadiums? 

 

Wonder how long before the Central free wifi and air con crowd move in?biggrin.png


Edited by uptheos, 2013-06-12 03:28:09.


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Posted 2013-06-12 06:18:10

Um, they're ary Euro films.   Not CGI 3D hollywood flicks.   

 

I'm going, but that's mostly in the hope of meeting some arty Euro chicks.



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Posted 2013-06-12 21:08:56

Um, they're ary Euro films.   Not CGI 3D hollywood flicks.   

 

I'm going, but that's mostly in the hope of meeting some arty Euro chicks.

 

Somehow I think the competition will be stiff for their attention - we are in CM, after all. Everyone's an artist or a spiritualist...or both ;) Happy hunting!



#41 NancyL

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Posted 2013-06-13 01:54:08

This evening we found the Promenda shuttle service to be a sham.  The opening film of the EU film festival was over at 9:15 and guess what -- the very same red song thae drivers who normally take rides for free wanted 200 baht per person.  Also, the "free" shuttle between the parking lots ended at 9 pm, leaving a lot of people who drove also upset.

 

The song thaew drivers acted like they were in Pattaya or Phuket -- commanding high fares because they spoke some English and wre willing to work past 6 pm.  They definitely didn't act like the usual CM song thaew driver -- This mall doesn't below here, but along some coastal city that attracts more tourists.



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Posted 2013-06-13 07:17:40

I would imagine most people have a motorbike or a car to get there.also they will be the red bus to get you there.public transport in chiang mai is something I do not use

#43 hellodolly

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Posted 2013-06-13 14:07:24

I would imagine most people have a motorbike or a car to get there.also they will be the red bus to get you there.public transport in chiang mai is something I do not use

 

Well good for you. How ever there are many people who do not have are own transportation and use public transportation.

In my original post I asked if there would be a free shuttle to the Promenada mall and if there would be songthows, tuck tucks and taxi's

there for transportation home. I pointed out that the songhowas and tuck tucks were available at the two exiting major malls and free transportation at the Airport Mall.

 

So far all I have gotten in the way of answers was half witted I don't knows. (actually some of them are low brow insults) but I just looked at the sources.

Now they come out and say they have the free shuttle with on three different routes with nefarious stops. Like Chiang Mai University. That is a big area.

They also say if you read the article it is for the film festival.

 

We get first hand experienced answer from a user of the supposedly free shuttle. and a response of I don't use public transport. Most people have there own transport. The songthows and tuck tucks on the road are not an illusion they are real for the use of many people.

 

I repeat my original question will there be free songhtows to the Mall such as at Airport Mall and will there be tuck tucks and songthows f

such as at the Airport Mall and KSK for transportation home and in the case of the Airport Mall taxi's.

 

I now realize it is probably to early for answers I just got carried away in all the original hype about the opening. A friend of mine was there and said the Rimping market was open only it was about the size of a 7/11



#44 elektrified

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Posted 2013-06-13 15:27:35

 

I would imagine most people have a motorbike or a car to get there.also they will be the red bus to get you there.public transport in chiang mai is something I do not use

 

Well good for you. How ever there are many people who do not have are own transportation and use public transportation.

In my original post I asked if there would be a free shuttle to the Promenada mall and if there would be songthows, tuck tucks and taxi's

there for transportation home. I pointed out that the songhowas and tuck tucks were available at the two exiting major malls and free transportation at the Airport Mall.

 

So far all I have gotten in the way of answers was half witted I don't knows. (actually some of them are low brow insults) but I just looked at the sources.

Now they come out and say they have the free shuttle with on three different routes with nefarious stops. Like Chiang Mai University. That is a big area.

They also say if you read the article it is for the film festival.

 

We get first hand experienced answer from a user of the supposedly free shuttle. and a response of I don't use public transport. Most people have there own transport. The songthows and tuck tucks on the road are not an illusion they are real for the use of many people.

 

I repeat my original question will there be free songhtows to the Mall such as at Airport Mall and will there be tuck tucks and songthows f

such as at the Airport Mall and KSK for transportation home and in the case of the Airport Mall taxi's.

 

I now realize it is probably to early for answers I just got carried away in all the original hype about the opening. A friend of mine was there and said the Rimping market was open only it was about the size of a 7/11

 

Already answered by NancyL in another thread. The free songthaews cost 200 THB per person. Would buses in your home city give rides to visiting Thai tourists for free? I think not.



#45 hellodolly

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Posted 2013-06-13 15:55:55

 

 

I would imagine most people have a motorbike or a car to get there.also they will be the red bus to get you there.public transport in chiang mai is something I do not use

 

Well good for you. How ever there are many people who do not have are own transportation and use public transportation.

In my original post I asked if there would be a free shuttle to the Promenada mall and if there would be songthows, tuck tucks and taxi's

there for transportation home. I pointed out that the songhowas and tuck tucks were available at the two exiting major malls and free transportation at the Airport Mall.

 

So far all I have gotten in the way of answers was half witted I don't knows. (actually some of them are low brow insults) but I just looked at the sources.

Now they come out and say they have the free shuttle with on three different routes with nefarious stops. Like Chiang Mai University. That is a big area.

They also say if you read the article it is for the film festival.

 

We get first hand experienced answer from a user of the supposedly free shuttle. and a response of I don't use public transport. Most people have there own transport. The songthows and tuck tucks on the road are not an illusion they are real for the use of many people.

 

I repeat my original question will there be free songhtows to the Mall such as at Airport Mall and will there be tuck tucks and songthows f

such as at the Airport Mall and KSK for transportation home and in the case of the Airport Mall taxi's.

 

I now realize it is probably to early for answers I just got carried away in all the original hype about the opening. A friend of mine was there and said the Rimping market was open only it was about the size of a 7/11

 

Already answered by NancyL in another thread. The free songthaews cost 200 THB per person. Would buses in your home city give rides to visiting Thai tourists for free? I think not.

 

 

You just never give up do you.  Now you are trying to change the subject.

You are in Chiang Mai Thailand Asia.

We all ready have another mall that does that. Get off your high horse and answer the questions.

As the previous posts have said this is for the Euro festival no talk about being a permanent happening.

 

The truth as I now see it is probably to early to answer those questions. As if you would know any how.

I would imagine if they do come up with free rides they will not look like  red songthaews.

I am hoping for tuck tucks, cabs and songthaews to be there not like Makro or the Tesco lotus on the road to Hong Dong just past the airport mall.



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Posted 2013-06-15 14:24:00

 

 

I would imagine most people have a motorbike or a car to get there.also they will be the red bus to get you there.public transport in chiang mai is something I do not use

 

Well good for you. How ever there are many people who do not have are own transportation and use public transportation.

In my original post I asked if there would be a free shuttle to the Promenada mall and if there would be songthows, tuck tucks and taxi's

there for transportation home. I pointed out that the songhowas and tuck tucks were available at the two exiting major malls and free transportation at the Airport Mall.

 

So far all I have gotten in the way of answers was half witted I don't knows. (actually some of them are low brow insults) but I just looked at the sources.

Now they come out and say they have the free shuttle with on three different routes with nefarious stops. Like Chiang Mai University. That is a big area.

They also say if you read the article it is for the film festival.

 

We get first hand experienced answer from a user of the supposedly free shuttle. and a response of I don't use public transport. Most people have there own transport. The songthows and tuck tucks on the road are not an illusion they are real for the use of many people.

 

I repeat my original question will there be free songhtows to the Mall such as at Airport Mall and will there be tuck tucks and songthows f

such as at the Airport Mall and KSK for transportation home and in the case of the Airport Mall taxi's.

 

I now realize it is probably to early for answers I just got carried away in all the original hype about the opening. A friend of mine was there and said the Rimping market was open only it was about the size of a 7/11

 

Already answered by NancyL in another thread. The free songthaews cost 200 THB per person. Would buses in your home city give rides to visiting Thai tourists for free? I think not.

 

I don't think you read my answer closely -- they wanted 200 baht/person!  Also, I think I addressed the fact that it wasn't the cost that bothered me, but the fact that it was promoted as free and I planned accordingly.

 

In many larger college towns in the U.S., there are free buses that run a loop around campus.  They don't charge the foreign students and in the several towns where I've seen them in operation, they don't even ask if you're a student when you get on the bus.  So, yes, even Thai tourists would be able to ride in buses that were advertised as being free for free.



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Posted 2013-06-15 14:50:07

The song thaew drivers acted like they were in Pattaya or Phuket -- commanding high fares because they spoke some English and wre willing to work past 6 pm.  They definitely didn't act like the usual CM song thaew driver -- This mall doesn't below here, but along some coastal city that attracts more tourists.

It's new so everyone wants to say they've seen it.

When all the hoo ha dies down it will be the same as any other mall. There will be those who go by truck or car, those who go by motorcycle and those who are happy to negotiate with Tuk Tuks and Songtheaws. I think what is going to cause the angst is the prices they will charge, especially at night, maybe ruling it out for those without personal transport. Me I don't care, don't like malls very much anyway and I certainly wouldn't get stressed out not being able to get to one. I'll stick to Airport Plaza for a movie now and then, TOPS downstairs, Tesco, Big C for my western stuff, all within a 5 minute drive.



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Posted 2013-06-15 15:13:00

I don't think you read my answer closely -- they wanted 200 baht/person!  Also, I think I addressed the fact that it wasn't the cost that bothered me, but the fact that it was promoted as free and I planned accordingly.

 

 

 

In many larger college towns in the U.S., there are free buses that run a loop around campus.  They don't charge the foreign students and in the several towns where I've seen them in operation, they don't even ask if you're a student when you get on the bus.  So, yes, even Thai tourists would be able to ride in buses that were advertised as being free for free.

 

 

Did you have the right bus?  The ones I saw had Promenada livery across the sides (kind of a wood pattern), and a big white band along the roof line.  They had text stating 'free shuttle bus' or similar.  

 

I can't help but think this is some misunderstanding, or you spotted a regular red bus, or it was after their service hours, or something else.    You have to assume that if Promenada management gets dedicated buses with 'free shuttle' written on them and publishes a schedule, that this is indeed their intent.

  

They have a Facebook page, if these were indeed the right buses then I'd ask them what's up with those.


Edited by WinnieTheKhwai, 2013-06-15 15:14:03.


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Posted 2013-06-15 16:20:56

Same in Perth, W.A.   (Western Australia).  The city runs a continuous free bus service, one service is East-West and the other North-South.

 

Tourist or commuter, it's free, keeps the city uncluttered with traffic and gets you to most places of interest and back to where you parked the car.

 

Buses all run on LPG, with a push-button service linked to satellite, which tells you when the next bus is coming in, usually 2 or 3 minutes..



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Posted 2013-06-15 17:12:17

How dies the government (or whoever) pay for that?





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