Kuala Lumpur Shopping
From the various local and international designer brands here, to rarer and more affordable finds fromshopping centers, departmental stores and the local markets, get ready to shop till you drop.
KL Shopping Centers
Berjaya Times Square
[1 Jalan Imbi, Customer Service Hotline: 1-300-888-988] Acknowledged as Malaysia’s largest building ever built in a single phase, Berjaya Times Square offers leisure, entertainment, shopping, dining and luxurious accommodation all under one roof. It houses over 1,000 retailers as well as Cos mo’s World Theme Park, the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia with 14 major rides, the exclusive Haunted Chambers and other fun-tastic attractions. For more details, visit www.timessquarekLcom
e [7 Persiaran CapSquare, Off Jalan Ampang, 2697-9718]. This hot new hangout, located just minutes away from Suria KLCC, offers a wide range of restaurants and shopping options under one roof.
[50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 2782-3500]. With Isetan as the anchor tenant, and a great mix of local and international labels (Guess, Esprit Timberland, TopShop TopMan & Birkenstock), Lot 10 offers hip shops that will whet your retail appetite.
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
[ 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 2143-8088]. For the latest and greatest in international fashion, look no further than this new impressive shopping centre. Already the talk of town, Pavilion KL is home to popular brands like Jean-Paul Gaultier and Marc by Marc Jacobs. Located in the heart of town, this is not to be missed.
[181 Jalan Bukit Bintang, [2782-3855]. If you’re looking for luxury brands you’ll find it here with the likes of Asprey, Dior, Gucci, Mulberry, Louis Vuitton and Valentino.
[Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 2382-3359]. This six-story mall includes heavy hitters such as Armani, Chanel, Coach, Gucci, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, along with Diesel, Risis, Giordano and Marks & Spencer. It’s also home to Isetan and Parkson Grand, as well as chic Aseana with its Asian-flavored fashion.
Sungei Wang Plaza
[99 Bukit Bintang, 2148-6109]. Here you’ll find funky, affordable street wear, much of it created by young Malaysian designers. Also check out the camera equipment. Bargains abound.
1-Utama Shopping Centre
[1 Lebur Bandar Uta ma, 7726-6033J. This is one of Petaling Jaya's most popular suburban malls, as it is one of biggest and hippest suburban malls, and home to high street local labels sought after by local fashionistas.
[6 Jalan PJU 7 f3, Mutiara Damansara, 7710-6868]. If you are looking for the latest in affordable fashion, beauty and wellness salons, and great local food and restaurants6The Curve offers aplenty.
lkano Power Centre
[2 lalan PIU 7/2, Mutiara ¬Damansara, 7720-7333]. This is the place to be if you’re looking for electronic goods and groceries, with Harvey Norman, Aussino and Popular bookstore holding fort here.
Mid Valley Megamall
[Lingkaran Syed Putra, 2938-3333]. Asia’s biggest mall is located between KL and Petaling Jaya. It features 430 stores laid out over three miles. Here you’ll find retail giants Carrefour, Jusco and Metrojaya, as well as a cinema, gym and bowling alley to entertain shoppers.
[Suria KLCC, 2381-7777; Lot 10, 50 Jalan Sultan Ism ail, 2141-7777; The Gardens, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 2283-1777]. Arguably the best departmental store in KL, Isetan is home to various sought -after brands, as well as the various kidswear, menswear and womenswear.
[Berjaya Times Square, lalan Imbi, 2148-5599; Mid Valley Megamall, 2283-3002]. A huge selection of lifestyle products are available here, as well as in-store local labels like Somerset Bay and East India Company
[Suria KLCC, 2161-8919; Sungei Wang Plaza, 111 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 2142-4622]. One of the most popular departmental stores in KL, Parkson offers a wide array of goods for families, as well as affordable Asian goods.
[Lot G-211, The Gardens, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 2089-1188]. Spanning an impressive 110,000 sq. ft. of ultimate shopping space over three levels with modern, chic fittings, Robinsons just celebrated their 1st Anniversary this year. Famous for their range of exclusive, unique international fashion labels from London, Spain, Hong Kong, Denmark plus popular local labels with exclusive ranges, Robinsons also carry a wide variety of top quality Home items and beddings, toys and childrenwear at affordable prices.
[28 Jalan Imbi, 2148-7425]. If you’re looking for the latest in computer hardware and software, this is the place to find it.
Low Yat Plaza
[7 lalan Bintang, lalan Bukit Bintang, 2148-3651]. The mall’s two floors of electronics and IT goods have everything for a computer-related shopping spree.
Jalan Masjid India is a great place to start your search for Indian items including fabrics, saris and sandalwood oil.
Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman
This open-air night market, held every Saturday, 5-10pm, sells clothing and souvenirs.
[Chinatown]. You can shop by day, but it’s at night when the street really comes alive. Find great bargains on clothing, stop at the many goldsmith shops and investigate Chinese herbs and artifacts.
Arts & Antiques
Kuala Lumpur Craft Complex
[63 Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur, 2162-7533]. If you are shopping for Malaysia’s finest products, you’ll find them all under one roof here: Batik, pottery, baskets, pewter and more.