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Kuala Lumpur Shopping Malls

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    Ampang Park Shopping Centre
    This is among the first few shopping malls to be built in Kuala Lumpur. This shopping mall is frequented by residents in the surrounding area, and is usually full during lunch hour.

    Ampang Point Shopping Centre
    Many keep flocking to the mall due to its strategic location and excellent choice of eateries. The mall has six shopping levels from jewellery shops, book stores, boutiques and groceries.

    Avenue K
    Located along Jalan Ampang, just opposite Suria KLCC this mall is a fashionable lifestyle shopping centre. Avenue K has an overall spaciousness with terrazzo flooring and soaring columns.

    Bangsar Village
    Bangsar Village is a spacious shopping complex in Bangsar, with specialty outlets, food chains and much more for the young at heart.

    Bangsar Village II
    Bangsar Village II is linked by a bridge to Bangsar Village. Bangsar Village II caters to everyone, including fashionatas seeking international couture.

    Berjaya Times Square
    Malaysia’s largest shopping mall, located off Bintang Walk is sprawled over 3 450 000 square feet, houses over 1000 retail lots as well as entertainment and dining facilities. Shoppers will be spoilt for choice with merchandise ranging from stylish and chic apparels, accessories, eyewear, footwear, home equipment, IT appliances and many more. Top labels include Debenhams, Swatch, Hush Puppies, Levi’s, The Body Shop and Sub & Idx. Don’t miss a trip to the Cosmo’s World Theme Park, Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park. The Imax 2D and 3D theatres here are the largest in Southeast Asia and offer an unforgettable viewing experience.

    Bukit Bintang Plaza
    One of KL’s oldest shopping centres, Bukit Bintang Plaza still attracts the crowds with its offerings of local and international goods comprising clothes, fashion accessories, footwear, sports goods, electrical equipment, pharmaceutical products, computers and furniture. It is integrated with the adjacent Sungei Wang Plaza.

    Central Market
    Central Market is fondly known to the locals as Pasar Seni. Built in 1888, originally as a wet market it has undergone extensive refurbishments. It has been designated a Heritage Building and is now a Centre for Malaysian Culture, Arts and Handicrafts. Get your portrait sketched, browse through the souvenirs and immerse yourself in Malaysia’s unique cultures.

    City Square
    A shopping complex, hotel and office in one integrated building in the heart of the city center. Located at the intersection of Jalan Tun Razak and Jalan Ampang, this shopping mall also has nine art galleries.

    Jalan TAR (Tunku Abdul Rahman)
    The night market at Lorong Tunku Abdul Rahman is the famous one but it is only on Saturdays. It’s very open and has a great variety of things. It’s the best night market overall but since its only 1 time a week it can be hard to catch.

    KL Plaza Shopping Complex
    Located within the Golden Triangle area of Kuala Lumpur, KL Plaza is along the famous streets of Bintang Walk.

    Kraftangan Malaysia (Malaysian Handicraft Centre)
    Experience the living heritage of Malaysian Crafts with more than 400 Malaysian craftsmen at the Kompleks Kraf Kuala Lumpur.

    Lot 10
    This huge shopping mall located at Bintang Walk with its distinctive green and blue striped façade caters to upmarket shoppers. Visitors will have no problem finding their favourite branded designer items. Isetan is the anchor tenant.

    Maju Junction Mall
    Maju Junction Mall is an affordable, modern and stylish shopping mall. With more than 70 shopping outlets and a wide selection of food and beverages at their foodcourts.It provides enjoyable shopping with concierge facilities. Located within walking distance to LRT and monorail, as well as taxis and buses.

    Mid Valley Megamall
    Mid Valley Megamall has something for everyone under one roof; movie fanatics, fashion and food afficionado’s, IT fans, bowling enthusiasts, charmed readers, health and beauty conscious and many more. It is an exciting discovery everyday.

    MO Outlet
    The MO Outlet is an all-embracing designer outlet offering exclusive reductions on international luxury fashion. At the MO Outlet, you can indulge your great taste without stretching your pocket.

    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, the newest shopping mall at Jalan Bukit Bintang set to inspire with its fashion, food and urban leisure choices. Located in the Golden Triangle Shopping district, it is spread across 1.3 million square feet. This 7-storey shopping mall has six precincts to cater to every clientele. These are the Couture, Bintang Circle, Gourmet, Home, Connection, and Seventh Heaven precincts. It will have a total of 450 retail shops representing some of the finest brand names around the world. It is inspiration in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

    Petaling Street (Chinatown)
    Visitors to KL should not miss a trip to this bustling open-air bazaar. It is located near Central Market and opens day and night. Flex those tongue muscles and start bargaining your way! Great place to look for Chinese artefacts, herbs, fresh flowers, textiles and other essentials. It is also a haven for Chinese food and is popular amongst locals and tourists.

    Plaza Low Yat
    The latest in gadgets, computers, software, video games, computer accessories can be found in abundance here, located near Bintang Walk.

    Sogo Departmental Store
    This popular Japanese department store is a big draw among city dwellers for its diverse merchandise such as fashionwear, household items, electrical and electronics, even sports equipment. The store also offers a large selection of Japanese foodstuff.

    Sooka Sentral
    A lifestyle centre with excellent choices for visitors as there is a fitness centre, spa, beauty and health centre, food court, restaurants and much more.

    Starhill Gallery
    Adjacent to JW Marriot Hotel, Starhill Gallery is a stylish building with marble flooring and gilded banisters. Covering an area of 280 000 square feet, this upmarket shopping mall was designed by architects and designers from Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, USA, France, Italy, England and Germany. Starhill Gallery has seven themed floors, each featuring a different experience. The ‘Indulge Floor’ boasts fashion item and luxury brands while the ‘Adorn Floor’ consists of luxury watches and branded fashion accessories. To refresh a tired mind and body, the ‘Pamper Floor’ offers services related to wellness and beauty, and is reputed to be twice the size of Harrod’s Urban Spa Retreat. After an enjoyable shopping spree, stop by at the ‘Feast Village’ for an interesting dining experience.

    Sungei Wang Plaza
    Since 1977, Sungei Wang Plaza has been at the heart of the Kuala Lumpur shopping scene. Located at Bintang Walk, the mall has more than 700 retail outlets offer the best selections in fashion wear and accessories, boutiques, bags and luggage, beauty salons, footwear, mobile communications, entertainment, local and international cuisine. It is easy to get here as it is accessible to any city bus, KL monorail or taxi.

    Sunway Pyramid
    Opened in 1997, Sunway Pyramid is recognisable from its Egyptian inspired pyramids architecture. Located in the heart of Petaling Jaya, it is Malaysia’s first themed shopping and entertainment mall. After current expansions, its retail space of 2.5 million sq feet will grow to 4 million sq ft. It has a skating rink, bowling alley and 10 cinemas for enthusiasts. Its retail outlets will have four new precincts to cater to a growing market of affluent and savvy shoppers. These are Fashion Central, Oasis Boulevard, Asian Avenue and Marrakesh which would be introduced once ongoing construction is completed at the end of 2007. The popular Sunway Lagoon Theme Park and Sunway Lagoon Resort Hotel are adjacent to Sunway Pyramid.

    Suria KLCC
    A huge range of goods from international designer fashion to affordable local goods. This mall also contains a cinema, salons, a park and several stylish eateries.

    The Gardens at Mid Valley City
    Adjacent to the Mid Valley Megamall, it is an upmarket shopping gallery opened September 28, 2007. It has over 200 shops with a wide range of fashion boutiques, exquisite dining and retails shops. Anchor tenants are Robinson and Isetan.

    The Mall, Jalan Putra
    Strategically located in the vicinity of the Putra World Trade Center, and the Legend Hotel the Mall’s wide concourse and high atrium with a cascading glass roof makes it a magnet for shoppers. It has a wide range of merchandise and shopping bargains, as well as a food court for people from all walks of life.

    The Melium Galleria
    A gateway to international luxury in the heart of fashion capital, Kuala Lumpur. This gallery-style promenade is created to be an infinite expanse of world-renowned designer fashion, capturing the world’s beauty, glamour and individual styles.

    The Weld
    Located at Kuala Lumpur’s busy commercial district along Jalan Raja Chulan, the Weld is the ideal place for shopaholics. It has specialty stores offering a huge range of merchandise, as well as a wide variety of restaurants to suit most taste buds.

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