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Why Shopping in Kuala Lumpur is the Best Decision While Enjoying a Holiday

Author: Travel Duniya
by Travel Duniya
Posted: Feb 29, 2016

Kuala Lumpur is the perfect quintessential of a Southeast Asian city known for its quirkiness and cosmopolitan nature. The place is packed with historical and ancient monuments alongside with sleek malls. Streets brimming with all sorts of food stalls is a reflection of the cities multi-ethnic population. Today the place is dotted with malls, numerous shopping spots and don not forget the evergreen traditional markets. So to make things easier suggests a must shopping places in Kuala Lumpur. In this we have taken various perspective for a traveller like budget, accessibility, and the ambience.

Suria KLCC

The mall is located inside the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC. One of the oldest in the Kula Lumpur it is most favourite among the tourists. The mall is a shopper’s paradise. Shops offering international brad along with locally manufacture electronics and merchandise. From sport fitness equipment, groceries, health and beauty products to everyday service the mall have it all. A mall for every traveller looking for a wonderful shopping experience in their Malaysia Holiday Package.

Pavilion KL

Situated in the Bukit Bintang district in Kuala Lumpur, and was opened to public in 20the September 2007. Since its opening the mall has been a hit among the tourists and locals. The mall caters to all types of budget traveller. Boasting range of luxury and budget shops the place is a worth visit. Relish the delicious food served by quality restaurants inside. Apart there is also a food court at the Pavilion.

Plaza Low Yat

For IT and electronic gadget lovers the mall is a must visit. Bragging the award for largest IT Lifestyle Mall by the Malaysia Book of Records is popular for its IT and electronic products. The mall is lavished with shops dealing in luxury products like camera, laptop, tablets, smart phones and more. Here you can buy a great camera and later can click memorable snapshots featuring your Malaysia Tour.


Erstwhile known as KL Plaza, the Fahrenhit88 is nestled in the Bukit Bintang shopping district and opposite to Pavilion KL. After extensively revamping the mall re-opened in August 2010. Dotted with lovely shops the mall is famous for the Uniqulo clothing shop sprawling through various floors. Superb shop offering assortment international and locally manufacture products.

Mid Valley Mega Mall & the Gardens

The Mid Valley Mega Mall and The Gardens are a venture of a Mid Valley City. For these two malls you have to travel outside the Kuala Lumpur. Opened in 1999 The Mid Valley Mega Mall is mostly popular among the locals and not many tourists one would find there. Loaded with 430 shops and sprawling Factory outlet Store offering luxury and branded cloths at an affordable price.

The Gardens opened in 2007 is connected with Mid Valley Mega Mall through underpass and bridge. This mall majorly caters to the upper class people with brans like Louis Vuitton, Versace Jeans, Burberry, A|X Armani Exchange and banana republic, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Gap, Lacoste and Hugo Boss. With 200 shops spread over 6 levels and startling ambience is a treat for senses and a highlight of Malaysia and Singapore Holiday Packages.


Located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur shopping and entertainment district, Bintang Walk. The mall has recently added several new brands such as H&M and Zara. Apart various high end products, fashion and boutiques one can found at the ground floor. The food court at the mall offers a prefect glimpse of the old Chinese settings. A great place to explore and taste the range of Chinese cuisines.


Located in Bandar Utama Damansara is the largest in Malaysia and seventh largest in the World. Due to its location outside the Kuala Lumpur it is not that much popular among the travellers. The mall offers all kinds of products ranging from different segments. There is also a food court to try local dishes.

Sunway Pyramid

The mall perhaps the most popular in Malaysia and mostly among the kids. Bosting branded and luxury shops, food court, entertainment complexes, hotels, bars, resorts and a colossal amusement park attracting travellers from all wake of life.

The Curve

Relatively a small mall lavished with nice shops offering branded products. Apart the mall also has numerous bars and restaurants and is mostly visited by the expats.

Berjaya Times Square

Opened in October 2003 is a 48 storey twin tower, shopping centre complex, condominium, hotel and indoor amusement park located in Kuala Lumpur. Boasting 600 shops and over sprawling through different levels with big shops at the lower grounds and small as you ascend the mall. Popular among the kids due to the roller coaster ride inside the mall. Explore the mall and cherish the amazing Malaysia trip.

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