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Kuala Lumpur's megamalls offer great shopping experiences. Depending on whether you are on a bargain hunt or for top-end deals, Kuala Lumpur's malls has something for every budget and taste. Prices are slashed as much as 80% during the nation-wide Malaysia Megasale Carnival in March, August and December and the Malaysia Year End Sale (YES) in December.
Kuala Lumpur's most popular malls include:
Central Market. For all your traditional handicraft needs: rattan baskets, wooden sculptures, traditional Indian, Chinese and Malay costumes, beaded jewellery, antiques... it's an inexhaustable list!
Mid Valley Megamall. Over 400 tenants including home-grown fashion labels to internationally-renowned brands occupy the premises of Mid Valley Megamall. It is adjoined to The Gardens, a smaller mall catered solely to the top-end market.
Sungei Wang Plaza. This mall is a labyrinth of shops, making it easy to get in but challenging to find your way out. Located in the shopping and entertainment district of Bukit Bintang, it is attached to Bukit Bintang Plaza.
Berjaya Times Square. Also in Bukit Bintang, this is a one-stop destination for all your retail needs. Comprising of 10 floors with more than 700 (!!) retailers, Berjaya Times Square also comes with several food courts, an indoor theme park with an IMAX theatre and a spa centre. Not to be missed! (No. 1 Jalan Imbi / Daily 10am - 10pm / next to Imbi Monorail Station / +603 2117 3111)
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Basheer Graphic Books is a specialized bookseller that started out as a one-man show and over time expanded into a successful franchise with stores in Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Indonesia. The Malaysian outlet is l... more
Suria KLCC is a six-storey top end shopping complex built at the base of the stupendous Twin Towers. The who's who of the fashion world have outlets scattered over this massive mall, including Louis Vuitton, Prada, Guess, ... more
If you've been to a Kinokuniya bookstore before, you should know they are almost always huge. The one at Level 4 of Suria KLCC is no exeption. It's size is no bad thing, in fact its a boon to bookworms who can expect to fi... more
On the ground floor of The Annex Gallery is Maya Gems Arts, where artworks of landscapes and religious deities that appear to be paintings from afar reveal themselves, upon closer inspection, to be made from gem stones and... more
On the ground floor of Central Market along the main walkway is Asli Craft, a comparatively small shop steeped in mellow browns and yellows, selling drapes, curtains, lamps, baskets, carpets and a whole range of handicraft... more
Seri Timur is a little different from the other handicraft shops in Central Market for one good reason: reasonable prices. Plus, it's a little bigger too. Hand painted ceramic ware, colourful woven baskets and mats, and va... more
More popular with the locals than tourists, Kota Raya was once one of the more popular shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur but has since been overshadowed by the likes of larger complexes such as Mid Valley and Suria KLCC. Stil... more
A savvy and hip mall that attracts equally trendy patrons, Capital Square (or Cap Square for short) is, like Suria KLCC, one of those Westernized malls with all the usual suspects - Starbucks, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, M... more
Plaza City One, across the road from Semua House, is a cross between a mall and textile factory. It's the go-to place for fabrics, laces, and ready-made traditional clothes and costumes. A number of Indian boutiques sell s... more
To score some great bargains in the heart of KL city, head down to Semua House, opposite Plaza City One. Semua House's title, literally translated as 'Everything House' or, perhaps, 'House of Everything', is a bit ambitiou... more
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