Pop into any camera store and find all the latest models at around the same price, with Foto Edar offering better deals. Fun on Aisle Five Take your shopping list and your teddy bear and get ready to shop. Debenhams has its largest Southeast Asian flagship store here.
Delicious, but deadly to the wallet, Harrods remains a happy hunting ground for the hungry shopper. Visitors enjoy more discounts and free gifts with the Tourist Privilege card. Swing by the concierge ground floor to inquire. This highly anticipated temple of high fashion is finally set to kick off as one of Kuala Lumpur 's fashion hotspots with the likes of Cotton On , Muji, Midi Shoes and more, among bakeries, cafes and restaurants.
A taxi ride from the city centre should cost between RM15 Be sure to avoid the lunch-hour traffic because the taxi meter is bound to tick furiously while you ponder traffic jams and sweat it out in the midday heat. You'll be surprised to find that you don't have to rummage through knee-deep piles of clothes unlike in most warehouses. Everything's elegantly displayed and neatly stacked on racks and shelves.
Expect luxurious surroundings and impeccable service minus the exorbitant price tags. Prices of unsold end-of-season stocks go for a fraction of the original. Kenanga Street has been the place to shop for wholesale items. Start at the lowest floor and work your way up. Remember the more you buy, the bigger the discount. Check out Musso for fashion from Korea, Bug Styla Kids for jumpers and suits, Rastafari for locally designed Rasta and beach wear, funky accessories and bags and 28 Store for bags and accessories.
There are many shops catering to Muslim fashion on levels 3 and 5. Viva Home 85, Jalan Loke Yew, tel: Close by, Ikea has recently opened its second store — all 42,sq m of shopping space dedicated to expanded sections on cooking and baking equipment, gardening and kids craft.
Ikea is connected to the upcoming My Town Mall, which is an integrated lifestyle complex that comes complete with five floors of shopping, entertainment and dining. The entire Bukit Bintang strip is stuffed with a wild array of specialist shops, clothes shops, restaurants, kopitiams, budget hotels and reflexology centres — catering to varied tastes and desires.
Continue to splurge if you must, this time at trendy Bintang Walk. This is fun shopping, lowbrow, elbow-jostling. Explore the first floor for cheap and chic fashion by up-and-coming local designers. Look hard and you may just find a limited edition reflective circular skirt, a cross and bones choker necklace, a handcrafted cloud badge or some neon lighting printed leggings. Sungei Wang's lower levels are littered with boutiques that help you dress for less.
Swing by G2 boutique LG — pass up their bad prints, maxi dresses and overly sequined misfits. Instead, head straight for their range of leggings. Find metallic black faux-snakeskin ones for just RM Though garment construction generally appears good, only wear will tell their durability and quality.
Chalk, on the same floor, is a must for it has some hidden gems — pre-loved dresses, vintage bags and accessories. Flutter those lashes from the Eyelash Shop T Take your pick — lashes come in every colour and length and for extra drama, opt for specialty ones with crystal, feather and peacock.
Chambers Music T has some of the largest collection of music books in town. Rona Store S carries posters on everything from MU to classic films. For some good, affordable tailoring, try Tux and Blazer LG Custom make some stylish blazers and bespoke tuxedos to take home. This has always been a popular Kuala Lumpur shopping hangout with a central downtown location. In a degree turnaround, its rooftop, a former car park, has morphed into the 'Forest in the City' with manicured lawns and trees.
Rootz Dance Club is perched here. The basement Lot 10 Food Court is a warren of dizzy delight with every imaginable form of Chinese food and some Malay. This is a rowdy no-holds-barred streetside format with steaming stalls and narrow "alleyways". It is an excellent pit stop. Long time tenant Isetan, whose first and original home has been at the mall, has undergone renovation and introduced a new concept for its food market.
The Isetan Foodmarket is now a cross between a gourmet delicatessen and a convenience store with its deli halal and non-halal counters and sweet deli section. Innerline Beauty provides lingerie for the young at heart. Lot 10 is a perennial favourite and it is easy to see why. It is superbly located - a landmark icon - right next to a monorail station at one of the busiest and most travelled junctions in town. It appeals to both men and women and serves up a few skincare and beauty outlets along with a rock-safe Guardian Pharmacy for tourists in search of quick relief.
Tech savvy shoppers head to Machines F23, tel: This is funky establishment, lots of fun, with a great many shops on over five floors with every major high-street name in fashion, maternity, home ware, children's goods and sports represented. Look out for the Japanese Parkamaya on the third floor. This is a riot of video gaming, coffee, and offbeat designer stores at amazing prices ladies' tops from RM Kids will enjoy the DC Comics Superheroes outfits and props.
The basement Brands Outlet is bursting with colour and huge options with polo tees from RM50 for two and men's casual shirts at RM69 for a pair. Not bad at all. The ultra-upmarket and revamped Starhill www. Most major designer brands and fashion labels are represented and there's a whole floor devoted to exquisite timepieces, making Starhill the largest retail watch hub in Asia. Debenhams has its largest Southeast Asian flagship store here.
The male toilet is a dark Arab street recreation with shale tiles, claustrophobic corridors and water piped through bamboo shafts. The designer brand floor is appropriately called the "Indulge" level at the elevator. Look for this when you press the button. Try local designer Khoon Hooi 's F19B, tel: Or visit Rolex tel: Dress your home up in pure lux with furnishings and accessories from Armani Casa and Tiffany Lamps. Also on the same floor, spot Davidoff cigars.
Plenty of food rest stops are around at places like the Arabic Tarbush or the mod multi-cuisine Shook. Beauty junkies have been fussing over Sephora Malaysia located right in front of Starhill Gallery. The second level has expanded to include services such as facial treatments and spas.
Just opposite the road from here on the other side of Jalan Bukit Bintang near the Grand Millennium hotel is longtime music store Bentley Music where you can strum guitars and plonk on assorted keyboards. The results are striking. Think sophisticated interiors, soft carpets and huge mirrors mixing with plenty of hot fashion names.
Add cult-fav Toms to the list 5. Stylistas rejoice, for the Bohemian appeal of darling brand Tory Burch Lot 2. Add local brand Variante Lot 4. Stock up on its colourful kaftans with diamantes and button-up chiffon dresses in bold prints and colours — great for the more mature and classy gal the boutique also carries sizes that accommodate plus-sized women. Prices are equally seductive. Bling yourself to oblivion with bangles and earrings all gold embossed with animal print textures, black and silver cufflinks, jewel embellished watches and whimsical pendants and rings.
DC Comics Superheroes Level 5, tel: Or swoon over perfectly formed arches and exquisite heels at Jimmy Choo Level 2. Discover sexy lace-up high heels in grand colours plus a selection of sunglasses and bags. Anchor tenant — Parkson — is riding on the Korean wave by including high street brands Spao, Mixxo and Who.
U on their racks. For serious home décor and furnishings, head to the sixth floor — there's Molecule 6. At the one-stop Muji , up on the fourth floor, find minimalist and functional household products, skincare, apparel, bags and stationary. On the sixth floor, Tokyo Street houses everything Japanese including food, Daiso, Zen Bonsai for miniature bonsais and jewellery stores.
Recover after long hours of shopping at the Food Republic Level 1 , a sprawling floor of restaurants and deliciously modernised hawker stalls. Be sure to savour the melt-in-your-mouth donuts from J. Pavilion KL gets especially busy come F1 season. If you're in town, be sure to pop by to enjoy a host of activities and promotions that lead up to the final race day.
The Tourist Rewards card extends special discounts and gift redemption to tourists. Head over to the concierge Levels 2 and 3 to apply for yours. Ask the concierge for more information. Jalan Bukit Bintang is known for its diversity. Further down the road, Low Yat Plaza showcases the latest in computer software and hardware, all at rock-bottom prices.
Pop into any camera store and find all the latest models at around the same price, with Foto Edar offering better deals. Most stores throw in extras like a camera bag and SD card.
Boeing Photo adds a tripod to the package. You can count on the staff being courteous and knowledgeable. There are also electronics and digital camera shops in just about every mall. Or pop into a shop like Billion Photo tel: They stock digital cameras, videos and assorted electronic items. Prices will perhaps be most negotiable in Low Yat Plaza. Bear in mind that electronic goods prices in Kuala Lumpur are higher than in Singapore and Hong Kong and the models appear around three or four months after they have arrived in Singapore and Hong Kong.
The store is at the concourse level. The same shirts at Lanvin where the stitching is done in France or Givenchy at Starhill will set you back over RM1, or more.
Hunt here for Kuala Lumpur bargain shopping finds. Krookz , Level 6, tel: Arabian Oud G, tel: The nearby Imbi Plaza is also dedicated to computers, cameras, mobile phones and other electronic gadgets at bargain prices. Be sure to browse, compare and bargain before you make that quintessential purchase to take home. Walking through Space is akin to that of a museum experience that pays homage to mid-century marvels.
Opposite, The Row on Jalan Doraisamy has gotten a facelift. Check out League of Captains — a café cum boutique- opened by the folks behind local brand Pestle and Mortar Clothing. Wheel Love Skateshop , a few stores down, has a variety of inline skates, blades, bikes and skateboards. On the first floor try Yellow Kombi for an eccentric range of recycled fashion. A recent visit to Kate Spade GB, tel: The sq m store offers the complete collection of Kate Spade handbags, shoes, jewellery, luggage, stationery, eyewear, as well as a variety of exclusive items such as cosmetics, clothes and the JACK SPADE collection.
Check out Ecco Second Floor, tel: Designer shoes in Kuala Lumpur? In need of some eyewear? You can count on personalised service here. Delectables S has the most divine cakes, cupcakes and ready-to-eat cookies in the cutest shapes. Luxury label Louis Vuitton occupying a space of sq m finds its way to the Gardens, becoming the third store to open in the city.
Think the Big Ben theme embossed on everything from cups to kids t-shirts and teapots. Find five very distinct brands and styles. Enter specialty store XL-Shop F, tel: It is a trove of limited edition collectibles. Find apparel, backpacks, eyewear, harnesses, camping gear and footwear from a range of top brands such as Columbia , Salomon and Lafuma.
Try out its feet bouldering wall on site for a taste of rock climbing before you scale up Batu Caves. Fashionistas slip into ballerina flats and pumps embellished with jewels and strips of metallic snakeskin at Tiamo First Floor.
Tiamo takes its shoes seriously; the mandate is form plus function. Its footwear, creations of South Korean designer Jung Eun Ju, is hand sewn — each shoe sole is fitted with a special metallic rod to balance the body, while silicone cushions are inserted on the insides of shoes to prevent blisters. Have the cap experts even help you customise your very own. Continue to be hip and edgy with a visit to Fabspy T, tel: Fabspy stocks some 35 local and international labels such as T.
For all your sporting needs, from fitness gear to golf equipment at cheaper prices, head to Stadium T, tel: This suburb is stealing the thunder with its rising tide of fashion hotspots and is a useful addition in our Kuala Lumpur shopping guide. Once better known for its countless nightclubs and pubs, Bangsar has become a chic stop for fashionistas. So expect to slip into the latest designs like a crop top and bodycon dresses or pile on the trendiest accessories.
Swing by Variante 21 Jalan Telawi 3 for some beaded blouses and custom-made dresses with a local twist, Peoples Egg 32, Jalan Telawi 5, tel: Check out multi-brand boutique Commonthread Telawi 2 for a wide range of funky, beach-style flip flops. I Love Snackfood 17A, Jalan Telawi 3 , which specializes in fashion, home décor and curiosities, is the kind of store you can spend hours browsing in.
Munch on cake and sip on coffee before rifling through a rack of smart shirts and tees, and denims for men at 15Sheets 9 Jalan Telawi 2. They stock a whole range of accessories from label pins, belts to money clips. Uncover a mix of jersey basics, sleek black dresses, tailored menswear, vintage clutches and furniture. Be prepared to juggle your time between shopping and some pampering; get your nails buffed and your talons tended at trendy nail bars and salons popping up in the area.
A perfect stop for stationary and art supply is CzipLee Jalan Telawi 3, tel: They do laser engraving and notebook embossing, which make perfect gifts. KL Venue 6, Jalan Telawi 4 is street-style haven, stylishly curated with a mix of uber-cool street wear and skateboard labels. Find clothing, backpacks and swimwear of such brands like Deus Ex Machina, Burton and Sprayground; take home one of the colourful skateboards by Globe, starting from RM Make an appointment with the in-house designer at Jemila 1F-3A, tel: Find them also at Pavilion KL and Publika.
Or drop into Tribeca 1F, tel: Be sure to swing by Silverfish Bookstore F, tel: Countless sports brands congregate at World of Sports Level 1, tel: Look out for Mizuno, Lafuma, Spalding and Montrail. Take home their range of Hammam Spa products — try the Sacred Massage Oil, with frankincense and myrrh to uplift your mood. It's increasingly difficult to locate a good record store but you're bound to discover the grooviest vibes at Rock Corner , tel: Discover an astounding range of music albums plus the guy behind the counter knows almost everything about hip hop, house, jazz and indie folk pop.
Later, contemplate on your fashion finds over some sangria at the ever-popular La Bodega Tapas Bar 16, Jalan Telawi 2. The dramatically modern Bangsar Shopping Center www. Transformed into something approaching super chic, it has set out to attract small, high-quality boutiques dabbling in handmade chocolates, novelty stationary and children's toys.
Some 90, square feet of retail space has been added. Tucked away on the first floor, is exclusive French designer children's wear Château de sable tel: Find engaging t-shirts, dresses and coats, all of which come with that signature French style.
Peer into The Jekyll and Hyde Project F2-S19 and discover an interesting mix of stationery, home accessories, t-shirts, bags, CDs and paper products- all practical items with a quirky feel to them. Mita Tam F, tel: Expect the best croissants and pastries from Hiestand, yummy cakes from Just Heavenly, artisan cheeses, fine harvest teas, Blanxart chocolates and wines. On the same street is Luxury Vintage , Jalan Maarof, tel: These pre-loved handbags are genuine.
Her haute couture designs are distinct; dresses in muted tones, embellished with intricate beading and crystals. The boutique also carries the Mel range - a fun mix of sexy tanks, tube tops, classic white shirts and other fun pieces. Lauren Boutique 4A, Jalan Telawi 4, tel: Unexpected finds include multicoloured jersey t-shirts with sequins, Spanish leather bags and purses. The proprietors work directly with local artisans who produce funky tables, chairs, light fittings and accessories from recycled material.
Next door, Nala Designs has a lovely shop with a great range of contemporary Peranakan-themed gift ideas- cushion covers to stationary and accessories. Not too far from Bangsar is Brickfields , buzzing with a genuinely local Indian feel. Walk past old women threading garlands of jasmine flowers, smouldering joss sticks and camphor plus sacks of aromatic local spices, the scent of which hits you harder than a slug of sangria.
Their intricately beaded and sequined numbers will undoubtedly do the trick. For row upon row of colourful plastic and jewel-encrusted bangles, pop into New Malliga , and A, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, tel: Tailors most come directly from India offer their expert services in sewing the latest styles of saree blouses. You can even get a readymade saree done — so all you have to do is slip it on and zip up the sides.
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