Not all available spaces are right for restaurants. Everyone knows that finding the right spot for a restaurant is never easy. Sometimes, even a location that seems right – high traffic, visibility and accessibility, may not be the best for you.
Other times, a spot that seems like a bad idea may turn out to be right. There are so many aspects to consider when opening a restaurant, but the location is one of the most important ones.
The Parking Problem
As Malaysians, we understand the parking predicament. There are never enough parking spots, be it our work places, hangout spots or shopping malls. When considering where to go makan, a common factor is always the parking.
Malaysians prioritize convenience when it comes to eating out. If parking is a major problem for them, regular customers will be a problem for you. Popular commercial hubs like USJ 9 and SS15 are full of restaurants, but they are known for their parking issues. Aside from college students, many wouldn’t go out of their way to have a meal there, solely because of the lack of parking spaces.
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