Kuala Lumpur ranks one of Asia's most popular shopping destinations. Since all budgets are served, you will be tempted to buy it until it falls! Both the fantastic product range and the value for money can count. From design labels to home-made brands, even the cognitive customer can spoil the choice. But maybe something typical of Malaysians is home, in which case it takes some time for ethnic crafts. The Kuala Lumpur Handicraft Complex and the Central Market have a wide range.
Recommended items include batik (hand-painted or in traditional and contemporary motifs such as pairs, sarongs, scarves, shirts or dresses); songkits (silver or gold thread-woven hand-woven material); silver items (jewelery, tableware and other ornaments); pewterware (various decorative and functional elements); woodcarvings (natives); pottery and ceramics (the choice is impressive, but pay attention to Sarawak ceramics or Perak lab sayong); and woven products (from practical bags to lattice boxes).
Between shops there are countless spick-and-span shopping complexes, duty-free shops, department stores, hypermarkets and handicrafts centers across booths and outdoor night markets. Almost all of Kuala Lumpur's shopping malls are open from 10:00 to 22:00 in business.
While the Malaysian Mega Sale Carnival from July to September and the December Malaysian savings in the region's region with a discount of 70% in addition to the store's products, there are still bargains and sales on independent retailers on regular sales carnivals
such as the Berjaya Times Square, the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Suria KLCC and the Bukit Bintang and the Imbi area, many shopping malls and department stores can also offer economical shopping such as the Pertama Complex, Sogo Store, Kota Raya and Campbell Complex  There are also a number of shops, flea markets, bazaars and sidewalks, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Masjid India (Little India), Brickfields (another small India), Bukit Bintang Jalan, Jalan Petaling (Chinatown), Plaza Mont Kiara to the Sunday Night Market at Jalan Telawi in Bangsar  Saturday night Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman is locked in a car and switches to a bright and lively night market where hundreds of booths are being sold from foodstuffs to leather goods.
At Chinatown, the Jalan Petaling Night Market every evening on Sunday, while the Pasar Minggu Kampung Baru (Kampung Baru Sunday Market) deals with local colors, sights and sounds. Below are the city's most important shopping malls:
Jalan Memanda 3, Ampang
Ampang Park is the oldest shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, and it is a great dancing for occasional shopping, especially electronics and electrical products, as well as ethnic clothing. The bazaar atmosphere of its shops and stands offers an interesting visit.
156 Jalan Ampang
Avenue K is an eight-storey high-end lifestyle shopping mall designed for retail and entertainment purposes. This is the place to buy international brands and local labels.
BANGSAR SHOPPING CENTER
285 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar
In the heart of one of Kuala Lumpur's outskirts, the BSC is located in the shop, at dinner and most importantly to be visited. The cold store supermarket here produces a sufficient amount of foreign food, which is often difficult to find in a regular supermarket. The mall also hosts the acting studio, one of the country's most established stage production companies. The studio has regular seasoned and budding actors.
BANGSAR VILLAGE I & II
Jalan Ara, Bangsar
The spacious and anchored tenant of the complex Village Grocer attracts many buyers with cheap fresh fruits and vegetables and other supermarkets. F & B outlets can hang cool places. The shops sell different objects, so the complex is very popular in Bangsar.
BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE
1 Jalan Imbi
Berjaya Times Square offers more than 500 retail outlets. Foods are separated by more than 100 cafes, restaurants, bistros and fast food restaurants. Its main attraction is Malaysia's largest covered theme park Cosmo's World is a unique theme park where many fun and exciting tours can be found for all ages. Cosmo's World includes one of the longest coat rollers in the world.
111 Bukit Bintang Jalan
Sungei Wang Plaza is adjacent to and connected to all floors, where BB Plaza is one of the most renowned buyers of buyers. These include Metrojaya County Store and many entrances to jewelers. Al fresco cafes at the front of the hotel offer customers a more comfortable experience.
A compact place that is perfect for watches and men's shoes at an affordable price.
Jalan Hang Kasturi
The busiest wet market in the city, the Central Market, has drastically transformed in the late 70s to be one of the nicest targets for hunting souvenirs and local arts and crafts. Here, tourists are soaked in the artistic and cultural aspects of the Malaysian life as artists deliver their skills. Batik and craft shops offer a great shopping experience.
GREAT EASTERN MALL
Located along the Jalan Ampang Embassy series, the shopping mall is home to a number of shops, including British and Guess, as well as Starbucks designer cafes. The Cold Storage Supermarket is an anchor tenant.
Bukit Bintang Jalan
For market shopping, head of the KL Plaza, where luxury jewelers, jewelers and beauty salons are located. Here is the famous Planet Hollywood. In the Bintang Walk, you will find many al fresco restaurants offering great food and entertainment.
KOTA RAYA COMPLEX
Jalan Cheng Lock
The favorite hunters' refuge, the Kota Raya Complex, located behind KL Chinatown, offers wonderful gift shops and trinkets that are as colorful and varied. This is a favorite hangout out to the Philippines on Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR CRAFT COMPLEX
The complex demonstrates quality Malaysian handicrafts in both contemporary and traditional form. There is a large collection of locally produced batiks, songs, carvings, rattan trinkets and tin products. There is a Do-It-Yourself Batik-maker corner with resident batik makers who help tourists. In the Colony of Artists, tourists connect with local artists and get acquainted with craftsmen.
50 Jalan Sultan Ismail
With an eye-catching green view, item 10 is a popular haunt for both local and foreign buyers as Isetan anchor hijacker. You are also satisfied with the average income and the rich. As part of the Bintang pedestrian street, you will find many outdoor restaurants and cafés.
LOW YAT PLAZA
Off Jalan Bukit Bintang
Front Park BB Park, Low Yat Plaza is designed for IT products such as computers, laptops and peripherals. The camera stores, fashion and leather goods also have a good size.
MAJU JUNCTION MALL
1001 Jalan Sultan Ismail
The shopping mall located at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Sultan Ismail's shopping hub will make distinguished customers attractive with specialty stores like Wh, British Indian and Nichi Fashion City. There is a covered archery center beside the food yard.
MID VALLEY MEGAMALL
Lingkaran Syed Putra
Mid Valley Megamall offers 5 km of shopping, leisure and dining. In more than 430 shops, the shopping center is home to three retail giants: Carrefour, Jaya Jusco and Metrojaya. There is also a Cineplex, a state-of-the-art bowling center and a one-man IT center. If you need to refuel after all the glorious shopping, then a whole world awaits culinary delights. From chic bistro to fast food and food counter, everyone tastes good.
Bukit Bintang Jalan
The Picollo Gallery's medium-sized shopping gallery is located between Lot 10 and KL Plaza. The Picollo Gallery hosts the Italian shopping environment where they offer specialized stores for lifestyle fashion and artwork. Restaurant L 'Opera, located on the ground floor, is one of the most popular venues in Bintang Walk.
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Although the Pertama Complex is one of KL's oldest shopping complexes, it is still the loyal tracking of customers thanks to affordable products ranging from telecommunication tools to leather garments such as Cowboy boots and coats.
SOGO DEPARTMENTAL STORE
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Located in the busy Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Sogo offers a wide range of prices from the highest to mid-range. The center has a well-stocked supermarket, supermarket, bookstores, restaurants, restaurants and offices.
PAVILION KUALA LUMPUR
Bukit Bintang Jalan
Seven levels consist of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur boats from over 450 stores offering one of the world's most famous brands. Customers are spoiled for choice with fashion, food and urban entertainment.
Bukit Bintang Jalan
Undoubtedly one of the city's most elegant shopping malls, Starhill offers a great selection of top-rated designer labels and luxury watches. Wide range of Spa and Beauty Treatments on Pamper Floor
SUNGEI WANG PLAZA
Jalan Sultan Ismail
Sungei Wang Plaza is the largest hub of hair and beauty salons in the city's shopping malls, with nearly 500 shops offering almost everything in the sun at affordable prices. The complex is anchored by Parkson Grand. Its main entrance boasts many interesting restaurants. This is where customers return.
Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC)
Suria KLCC is a market leader shopping mall where hundreds of stores offer a wide range of products and services that overwhelm customers' needs – from fashion, entertainment, arts, culture to local delicacies and international kitchens. The shopping center is surrounded by hotels, office buildings, stage parks and dance fountains. Anchored tenants include Isetan, Parkson Grand and Tanjong Golden Village.
Located above the Putra World Trade Center, Mall is a relatively large shopping mall that enjoys plenty of shops and boutiques. The Parkson store is the anchor tenant. There is a Malaccan-themed restaurant on the top floor.
76 Jalan Raja Chulan
A pleasant, medium-sized shopping mall, The Weld offers a range of shops at bookstores where you can shop, pharmacy and women's wellness center. There are several restaurants in the area.
Flea markets are great places to browse exotic jewelery, household items, used books, ceramics and other bric-a-brac books or shops. The most important flea markets in Kuala Lumpur are:
Bangsar Utama Flea Market
Complex of Niaga Utama
Daily: 10 to 22 o'clock
Saturday-Sunday: 10 to 20 hours
Jalan Timor, Petaling Jaya
Daily: 10: 00-4: 00
Saturday-Saturday: 11: 00-15: 00
Carnival Flea Market, BB Park
Jalan Bukit Bintang
Daily: 10-16 hours
Central Market, Jalan Kasturi
Daily: 10 to 20 hours
KL Arts Market (Laman Seni)
National Art Gallery
Jalan Tun Razak
The first Saturday of the month: 8-19 hours
Little India, Jalan Masjid India
Daily: 8-10 hours
Mont & # 39; Kiara Craft Mart
Plaza Mont's Kiara
Sunday: 10: 00-6: 00
Sogo Flea Market, Ground Floor
Sogo Shopping Center
First Sunday of the Month: 11: 00-19: 00
Souk Al-Tar, Maju Junction Mall
Daily: 10 to 22 PM
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