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Joyful Aidilfitri

The holy month of Ramadan is coming to an end and Hari Raya Aidilfitri is just around the corner. For those who haven’t done their shopping, let’s see what the shopping malls in town have in store for everyone!

Suria KLCC

Themed “Rekindle The Bonds of Traditions”, Suria KLCC, KL’s premier shopping centre celebrates Hari Raya Aidilfitri with decorations recreating the festival of lights ambience of Malam Tujuh Likur and showcasing the rich cultures of Malay architecture from 14 May until 9 June 2019. The main centrepiece will have a pentagon-shaped porte-cochere inspired by Jahar Palace in Kota Bharu, Kelantan and surrounded by traditional yesteryear-designed shops. A beautiful mini garden with life-sized flowers and colourful painted lamps to create the festival of lights ambience, is set to mesmerise shoppers and visitors alike while traditional Malay fretwork and Islamic geometry patterns give the structures the perfect finishing.

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s premier shopping destination, unveiled its festive celebrations ‘The Beauty of Raya’ inspired by the iconic ketupat, woven through splendid decorations and experiences. The ketupat, a symbol of Malaysian unity and the spirit of Hari Raya, is a beautiful representation of inclusiveness, coming together to share and celebrate Hari Raya together. Feast on diverse buka puasa selections, indulge in seasonal shopping and return to the heritage of weaving ketupat, illuminated by joy and with charity at heart, from now until 13 June.

Sunway Malls

 

Sunway Malls reunited to celebrate the coming Aidilfitri with a stunning and magnificent flora-inspired campaign called Bunga-Bunga Raya. With the festive season coming to full swing, each Sunway mall is decked out in different species of flowers.

Each mall has their take on this year’s festivities with the unifying theme of celebrating the flowers of Malaysia; Hibiscus, Bougainvillea, Orchids, Geranium, Morning Glory and Jasmine.  Aside from being aesthetically pleasing, each flower has a symbolic meaning such as togetherness, celebration, forgiveness, hope, new beginnings and purity respectively.

Sunway Pyramid

Known as the “celebratory flower” in Malay, the hibiscus will be the central theme for Sunway Pyramid this Raya from now until 9 June. The mall is decorated in floral arrangements where shoppers can immerse in a journey through the unique indoor garden with five different activities, each representing a petal of a bunga raya.

Sunway Velocity Mall

Sunway Velocity Mall is elegantly embellished with bougainvillea flowers, which symbolise celebration, passion, and liveliness. Each new bloom is seen as a sign of fresh beginning as Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan.  The mall is transformed into suburban wonderland and furnished with a magnificent kampung house that is adorned with a giant colourful bougainvillea flowers to brighten the Raya celebration.

Large traditional Malay Pelita glistening from the ceiling, draped with lights and bougainvillea flowers, brought light to the festive and elevated the mall’s atmosphere.

Sunway Putra Mall

At Sunway Putra Mall, a visit to the mall will leave patrons mesmerised as the Main Concourse is festooned with Orchid blossoms which universally symbolizes love, beauty and forgiveness. Happening from 3 May – 16 June 2019, the mall is transformed into blossoming Orchid garden with larger than life birdcages placed around the fountain features in a garden setting, providing a picturesque backdrop for patrons. Visitors can take a stroll in the garden, feast their eyes on the green landscape, and enjoy the fragrance of flowers and birds chirping along the pathway. A complimentary photo booth area is available throughout the period for public to take as many pictures as they wish.

Sunway Carnival Mall

Celebrating the theme “Bunga-Bunga Raya” this year, Sunway Carnival Mall’s upper ground concourse is decked with gorgeous voluminous geranium flowers and greeneries to enhance the festive mood that resemble ones ‘kampung halaman’. Each Geranium bloom is seen as a sign of new, fresher beginning or hope as our fellow Muslim friends celebrate the Ramadan.

IOI City Mall

This year IOI City Mall features beautiful structures and elements of different countries in celebration of Eid by bringing in “Eid Celebration Around the World”. Its theme says it all, offering culture, art, delicacies by enjoying the simplicities of Ramadhan with families and friends from different cultures and ethnicity of the world. This Eid celebration has begun from 25 April and will last all the way through to 9 June 2019. “Eid Celebration Around the World” will see a host of spectacular activities to catch your attention at every turn throughout the mall.

1Utama Shopping Centre

Themed “Sulaman Kasih”, weave yourselves a great time this Hari Raya from 15 May to 9 June at lower ground oval, 1Utama Shopping Centre. Spread the festive and come together with your friends and family to celebrate togetherness at the contemporary “weaving bamboo-themed” decoration. Mark your calendars for a line-up of colorful performances and fun-filled workshops and activities. Go Raya shopping and be rewarded with exclusive gift redemption and so much more to do and see!

Avenue K

Celebrate a light-hearted and  blessed Hari Raya Aidilfitri from 10 May to 9 June 2019 at Avenue K. Inspired by Islamic geometric patterns, the theme ‘Radiance of Eid’ at Avenue K shines brightly in bold geometric-shaped structures adorned by bouquets of beautiful tropical blooms. Marvel at a dazzling centre stage of lights, colour, and patterns framed by a mosaic floor of geometric designs and colourful palm trees that create a truly magnificent work of art.

Da Men Mall

Da Men delights the community and shoppers with an unforgettable festive celebration and unique decorations inspired by the beauty of Malaysian woven bag craft and an exclusive partnership with homegrown comic characters Pocotee Friends. Discover “Indahnya Raya” from 20 May till 9 June, where the alluring charm of traditional woven Bag Anyaman takes centre stage, harmoniously crafted to tell an intriguing story. The addition, adorable and beloved characters Pocotee Friends lend a friendly yet mischievous ambience to the mall. Bring the whole family to enjoy plenty of dance, music and entertaining performances too.

Intermark Mall

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Rejoice this Raya with tradition of batik, as Intermark Mall presents a slice of Malaysian textile heritage to shoppers and visitors from 20 May till 9 June 2019. Immerse yourself in an “En’chanting Raya’” with festive décor featuring vibrant batik motifs whilst you shop for seasonal favourites.

*This article provides information only and may be subject to change at any time without notice.

 

 

 

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7 THEME PARKS IN JOHOR BAHRU

Stow the kids in the back of the car and head south to Johor this school holidays for a rolling, good time! Ever since Legoland first opened its doors there in 2012, Johor has seen even more theme park openings to fulfil every child’s dream. Here, we list out seven theme parks worth visiting during the upcoming school break.

Childhood inventions with LEGO

The Johor Legoland theme park lays claim to being the first Legoland in Asia and was recently named one of the top 10 amusement parks in Asia by TripAdvisor. Whether yourfavourite was Ninjago, Star Wars or Lego Mindstorms, you can find it all here for kids and adults alike to unleash their hands-on creativity or simply to re-live childhood dreams of inventing! Combination tickets allow visitors to explore the theme park along with the waterpark and book a room at the Legoland Hotel for triple the fun!

Awesome tip:

Legoland never fails to introduce new additions to its offerings each year. The latest addition to the already fun destination is Sea Life Malaysia, a unique and interactive sea aquarium for an educational underwater experience throughout its 11 different habitat zones.

Ticketing Price: Starting at RM150 (1-day Combo Ticket – Theme Park Water Park)
Phone No.: +607 597 8888
Email: [email protected]
Opening Hours: 10 am – 6 pm
Address: Iskandar Puteri (formerly known as Nusajaya), Johor, Malaysia.

Splash away at Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark!

Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark is the latest theme park to open in Malaysia. Set against a backdrop of kampung-themed surroundings, it features a unique mix of over 20 wet and dry rides, slides and attractions. Its signature and unique water features are the biggest man-made wave pools (Tidal Wave Beach) and the first water roller coaster (Kraken’s Revenge) in the region! Glide lazily along the Penawar River, enjoy splashing good fun at the Penawar Falls, or plummet down a giant funnel slide into a 24-foot drop!

Awesome tip:

Make Desaru Coast a family retreat as this integrated city resort has everything for the entire family. Besides the Adventure Waterpark, there are luxury hotel stays to pamper loved ones and international-standard golf courses facing the sea to practice your swing. Future openings include shopping malls, food and beverage outlets along with a host of entertainment and lifestyle outfits to suit the whole family.

Ticket Price: RM124 for adults, RM90 for children (MyKad holders); RM151 for adults, RM113 for children
Phone No.: +603-2203-9696
Email: [email protected]
Opening hours: 10 am – 6 pm Thursday to Sunday; Closed from Monday to Wednesday
Address: Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark, Persiaran Damai, Desaru Coast, 81930 Bandar Penawar, Johor, Malaysia.

Say Hello to Kitty

Fans of Hello Kitty will love spending an entire day at both Hello Kitty Town and Thomas Town indoor theme parks that are centred on these very characters.  The Hello Kitty Town at Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park allows visitors to experience Hello Kitty’s life, from dining at Cinnamoroll Cafe and parties hosted by the Strawberry King to rides and shows. The highlight of any visit is the live performances on-stage where you can take photos and interact with the larger-than-life feline and her friends, Dear Daniel, My Melody and more!

Awesome tip:

Get an extra dose of Hello Kitty by booking a Hello Kitty-themed suite at Hotel Jen Puteri Harbour by Shangri-La, Johor. Surround yourself with Hello Kitty in these hotel rooms where the wallpaper, bedding and amenities bear details of the iconic cat.

Ticket Price: Sanrio Hello Kitty Town (RM81); Thomas Town (RM81); Two-Park Pass (RM118)
Opening Hours: 10 am – 6 pm (Wednesday – Monday)
Phone No.: 1 300 88 FAMILY (326459) Malaysia; +603 2203 9668 Outside Malaysia
Address: Persiaran Puteri Selatan, Puteri Harbour 79000 Nusajaya, Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia

Flights of Fancy with Angry Birds

Dubbed the first indoor Angry Birds Activity Park in Asia, the park covers a humongous 26,000 sq. ft. and is strategically located in KOMTAR JBCC, Johor Bahru City Centre’s newest premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. This huge indoor playground has balancing bikes, trampolines, scooters, a mini cinema, obstacle courses and more to keep any kid happy.

Awesome tip: 

If you are an Angry Birds fans, then visit the gift shop for a large collection of Angry Birds toys, stationery, yummy snacks, apparels and other merchandise are available for you to take it home.

Ticketing Price: Mycard/Mykid Holders – RM60 (Single Ticket); RM218 (Family Pass – 4 Person)
Phone No.: +607 300 5090/5091
Email: [email protected]
Opening Hour: 10 am – 10 pm
Address: Level 3, Komtar JBCC, Johor Bahru City Centre, 80000 Johor Bahru.


Exit Reality at Future Land Fun Zone

At Future Land Fun Zone, it is difficult for visitors to differentiate between virtual and reality…but that’s where the fun is! This indoor virtual reality theme park – the first in Johor –has all the latest technology and equipment to offer a smooth and exciting gaming experience for young and old. You can fly at the speed of fear with 360˚ flight simulators; test-drive the world’s fastest cars on a racing car simulator, lean back to enjoy a 7D cinema, test your balance on the rodeo bull simulator, get on board a virtual reality team game, and more.

Awesome tip:
Get their Loyalty Card for free and collect points with every ride you take at any of their Future Land Fun Zone outlets in Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur; The Mines Shopping Mall, Selangor; Gurney Plaza, Penang; and Sunway Pyramid (coming soon). Points are redeemable for free rides.

Ticket Price: RM60 (5 VR Games)
Phone No,: +6 019-779 5576 / +6 012-606 7550
Opening Hour: 10 am – 10 pm (open daily)
Address: Level 3, 3F-55, Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru
Website: www.senoptium.my

Cartoons galore at MCM Studio

The world’s fifth largest and Southeast Asia’s biggest indoor theme park has just opened its doors in Johor! MCM Studio, located within Johor Bahru’s largest mall, Capital 21, occupies the entire fourth floor with three thematic parks, i.e. Cartoon Planet, Music Planet and Movie Planet. The Cartoon Planet has officially opened and it looks like a treat for children especially with cartoon characters such as Mowgli, Baloo and Bagheera from Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, and Garfield and Odie to keep them company. Kids will love the “augmented reality and virtual reality” technology here along with indoor activities such as trampolines, bumper car rides, arts and crafts, magic shows and more.

Awesome tip:
MCM Studio is just part of the integrated development for Capital 21 shopping mall. Apart from the shopping experiences, Hilton Garden Inn and Planet Hotels, a themed concept hotel will be linked to this mall, offering more convenience for visitors wanting to stay and play here!

Ticket Price: RM128 Day Pass (Opening Promo), RM30 Gate Pass

Phone No.:  +603-2203 9696
Email:  [email protected]
Opening hour:  10 am to 10 pm daily
Address: Capital City Mall, Jalan Tampoi, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor Darul Takzim

The Great Outdoors at RAF Point Kampung Lukut

Thinking of having an adventure in the great outdoors in the Johor state? Relax Fun (RAF) Point located in Kampung Lukut Kota Tinggi could be the perfect destination for you. It’s far enough away from the bright lights of the city so you can be one with nature. The park, surrounded by rainforests and Mount Panti, makes a great venue for camping, survival training, extreme sports activities and paintball. Various types of activities are available here such as flying fox, tree climbing, abseiling, jungle trekking, mount climbing, all-terrain vehicles (ATV), night walks, blind trails, archery, camping and more. RAF Point received The Malaysia Book of Records award as ‘The first Single Zipline (Flying Fox) Archery in Malaysia’ and ‘The Longest Single Zipline Archery (260 meter) in Malaysia’.

Awesome tip:
Make this a trip with your school friends or corporate colleagues! Yes, RAF is the perfect destination for team building activities to build up a strong stamina and nurture individual as well as team spirit.

Phone No.: +60177447089 (Azman)/+60193328170(Raha)
Email: [email protected]
Address: Lot 9662, Rancangan Sg. Sendayan, Mukim Lukut, Kota Tinggi, Johor, Malaysia.

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MALAYSIA SUPER SALE 

The Malaysia Super Sale will begin on 1 February until 15 March, offering shoppers 43 days of discounts and bargains at shopping malls and retail outlets nationwide.

The sale season coincides with significant celebrations including Valentine’s Day on 14 February as well as Chinese New Year on 16 and 17 February, thus providing ample opportunities for shoppers to make advanced preparations for the special day.

Shoppers can expect not only discounts of up to 70% on goods and services but also marvel at the gorgeous decorations put up at each shopping mall.

Among the shopping malls in the Klang Valley contributing towards the excitement of the sale, season is Pavilion KL, Sunway Pyramid, Sunway Putra Mall and Sungei Wang.

At Pavilion KL, the Chinese New Year decorations begin at the iconic landmark just outside the entrance of the mall at the Pavilion Crystal Fountain where shoppers can toss a coin to make a wish. Then step into the colorful gardens of the Main Entrance where flower blooms cascade from above “blessing” those who visit. Pavilion KL’s “Dream Garden of Prosperity” theme goes all out to bless its visitors with good wishes and prosperity. It’s all part of the Visit Pavilion KL 2018 campaign to encourage more people to stopover at the award-winning mall.

Meanwhile, Sunway Pyramid goes with “The Merriment of Spring” theme, rewarding shoppers with a chance to grab All-Season Prosperity Angpows and Reunion Dining Sets. A photo booth featuring a traditional tea house set-up is where shoppers can snap as many photos as they want. There is also a variety of stalls selling the usual Chinese New Year offerings such as beard candy, traditional candies, calligraphy, fresh flowers, and traditional costumes. Shoppers can also enjoy lion dance performances every Saturday at the Concourse.

Not to be outdone, Sunway Putra Mall will ring in the celebrations with its “Wind of Blessings” theme. Visit the Flower Market by Green Pasture selling bountiful blooms, or look out for festive essentials at the Spring Bazaar. Apart from that, there are also great deals and irresistible offers at RM8 at selected outlets. Lion dance performances and art and craft activities are also scheduled while the public are encouraged to toss their wishes at the Tree of Blessings for a special someone and the mall will grant selected wishes. To add to the festive atmosphere, there will be a “Mandarin Orange Eating Competition” for the public to participate and win amazing prizes.

Sungei Wang, one of the oldest shopping malls in KL, is also ready to usher in the year of Earth Dog with the theme “Sungei Wang Garden of Wealth” to spread wealth and prosperity to all its visitors. One of the main highlights at the mall is the Golden Money Tree Ang Pao Pick where shoppers have a chance to win the grand prize of RM888 cash if they are lucky enough to choose the right red envelope! Also not to be missed at the mall is the attempt by the QiLing Dragon Lion Dance Association to enter the Malaysia Book of Records for the title of Longest LED Dragon Dance. The dragon, at a whopping length of 668 feet, will be paraded around the entire Bukit Bintang area at 7pm on 3 February.

 

Other shopping malls are also going all out to make this sale season a spectacular one. Don’t forget to check out Fahreneit88 with their “Bundles of Luck” celebration; Intermark Mall with their “Streams of Harmony” theme; Suria KLCC with their daily prosperity giveaways; and more!

While shopping in Malaysia is considered one of the popular tourist activities due to the favorable exchange rate, quality of products and diversity of choice, the experience goes up a few notches during the three annual sale seasons in the country.

The other two sale seasons not to be missed are the Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival from 15 May to 31 July and the Malaysia Year End Sale from 1 November to 31 December this year.

To know more exciting events and promotion on Malaysia Super Sale at our local major malls, readers can log into Miss SHOPhia website (missshophia.malaysia.travel), follow her IG @miss_shoppia and do like her Facebook at www.facebook.com/missshophia.

Venue: Nationwide

Organiser: Shopping Secretariat Malaysia, Tourism Malaysia

Contact: +603 8891 8000

Fax: +603 8891 8449
Email: [email protected]
Website: missshophia.malaysia.travel

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Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul

When acid juicy dessert during Penang, a top searched formula we got it is a located during Penang Road, a Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul! we think, Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul is one a ‘must’ eat dessert list in Penang.
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Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul is only located by a highway side of Penang road, so indeed is easy to reached a case even we are holding open transport, such as Rapid Penang.
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While a mixture have in Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul are only like a ordinary, a immature jelly, red beans, trim ice, coconut divert and also a gula melaka. The ambience is not honeyed and not so tawny as we carrying in Melaka, maybe I’m used to Melaka flavours?
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If we are live during Klang Valley, we can also suffer your Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul during their branch, where located during a several mall in Klang Valley, one of them is during Sunway Pyramid. But, we have to a small reward cost compared we carrying during Penang highway side.

Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul
Address : 475, Jalan Penang, 10000 Penang
GPS Coordinates : N5.417186, E100.330632

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Top10 selling malls in Kuala Lumpur

I adore to shop. What are a must-visit offered malls in Kuala Lumpur?

Kuala Lumpur has countless offered malls. Tourists competence find it formidable to confirm that of them are comprehensive must-visits and that are a ones that can simply be skipped during their stay in Kuala Lumpur. First off; if we are visiting Kuala Lumpur with a solitary purpose of going on a critical offered debauch we should know that there is indeed usually one place to stay and that is in a hotel around Bukit Bintang. Most of a malls in a top10 are located in this area. Luckily many of a renouned 5-star hotels are located in this area, so it should be easy to find correct accommodation. But also bill travelers are means to find accommodation that suits their budget; as there are many guesthouses located in a Changkat Bukit Bintang area (only a 5/10 notation transport from all vital offered malls).

In a list we took mixed factors into account. Not all malls are maybe engaging for each form of shopper. Some of a good malls are located good outward of Kuala Lumpur, maybe still unequivocally many value a revisit to some, for others substantially not value a hassle.

1. Pavilion KL

Pavilion KL offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Our personal favorite by distant is Pavilion KL. Pavilion was non-stop in 2007 and has been an present strike given then. Pavilion offers many good shops, and caters to a some-more ubiquitous form of shopper. There are many lush shops, though also adequate unchanging shops. Pavilion has a good food justice though also many restaurants and (coffee) bars. Definitely a place to be (visit) for tourists.

2. Suria KLCC

Suria KLCC offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Suria KLCC has been one of a many renouned traveller malls for ages. Locals always call it a traveller mall, though still many tens of thousands come to this mall each weekend to relax and hang out. Tourists competence find many shops offer conflicting products that during other malls, Suria KLCC has many shops that sell informed general brands (and is also know for carrying western sizes).

3. Plaza Lowyat

Plaza Low Yat offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Not all tourists will like Lowyat as it is small, swarming and mostly unequivocally noisy. Lowyat is a premier IT, Gadget and Lifestyle mall in Kuala Lumpur. Here we will find hundreds of tiny shops offered lush products like cameras, phones, laptops, tablets and many more. If we are looking for electronic accessories, this is unequivocally a place to be. Do know that we can usually get good discounts after some tough bargaining.

4. Midvalley Mega Mall The Gardens

The Gardens offered mall Kuala Lumpur

This is a initial mall that is not located within a city core of Kuala Lumpur. It means that we have to get into a cab and transport for a bit initial before nearing during one of a biggest and many renouned (local) mall in a city. Midvalley is already a few years old. Here we can find many unchanging shops offered all kinds of products. Midvalley is connected to The Gardens, a lush mall (and also one of a prettiest) with many disdainful brands.

5. Lot10

Lot10 offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Lot10 is maybe a many generally located mall in Kuala Lumpur, right along Jalan Bukit Bintang. It has utterly a few good shops and also a National Geographer Flagship Store. In a groundwork we can find Hutong, a smashing food justice with generally Chinese hawkers. Lot10 lies conveniently between countless other renouned malls in Bukit Bintang. If we enter this area by Monorail afterwards a hire to embark is right subsequent to Lot10.

6. Fahrenheit88

Fahrenheit88 offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Fahrenheit88 is a complicated mall nearby conflicting of Pavilion KL. It used to be famous as KL Plaza, though a new owners wanted to rename a mall after a outrageous renovation. Fahrenheit88 has some unequivocally good stores. At a tip building we find Signature IT, a outrageous IT dialect store. Fahrenheit88 became one of a places to be among locals since of a outrageous Uniqlo wardrobe emporium that occupies a few floors.

7. 1Utama

1Utama offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Though flattering distant divided from Kuala Lumpur City Center, 1Utama is a not to be missed offered mall. After a outrageous restoration it again it a smashing place to emporium for all kinds of products (and also one of a biggest). There is also a outrageous Foodrepublic food court, where we can try many internal dishes. 1Utama is not unequivocally renouned among tourists since of a stretch from many of a traveller hotels; still it is unequivocally many value a visit.

8. Sunway Pyramid

Sunway Pyramid offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Sunway Pyramid is intensely renouned among locals that live outward of Kuala Lumpur. It could unequivocally good be a many renouned mall in Malaysia when looking during comprehensive volume of monthly visitors. Sunway is some-more than a offered mall; it is a outrageous party formidable with countless bars, restaurants, hundreds of shops, hotels, resorts and even a outrageous entertainment park (and H2O park). Those that transport with children will substantially do them a outrageous preference by visiting Sunway Pyramid.

9. The Curve

The Curve offered mall Kuala Lumpur

The Curve is conjunction a biggest nor a many renouned mall in Kuala Lumpur. It is also located flattering distant out of a city center. Still it is a good place to visit. Besides a mall there are many bars and restaurants. Opposite a Curve is Ikano Power Center, where we can find a few flagship stores of renouned internal and unfamiliar brands. The Curve is generally renouned among a internal expat community.

10. Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square offered mall Kuala Lumpur

Last in a list is Berjaya Times Square; a biggest offered mall in Malaysia. It has good over 600 shops, trimming from outrageous stores during a reduce levels to countless tiny shops during a aloft levels. There is even an indoor drum coaster inside this shopping, that creates it a ideal mall to revisit if we are roving with children. Berjaya Times Square is also located within a Bukit Bintang area; during a 10 minutes’ transport from Lot10 or Lowyat Plaza.

Other unequivocally renouned malls in and around Kuala Lumpur

Malls that didn’t make it into a top10 are still unequivocally many value a visit, generally a ones within a Golden Triangle (Bukit Bintang area and KLCC area). Below we listed a few other offered malls and explained a categorical reasons we competence have for visiting them.

11. Starhill Gallery: substantially a many disdainful and lush mall in Kuala Lumpur.

12. Sungei Wang BB Plaza: together a many renouned internal malls in Kuala Lumpur.

13. AvenueK: complicated though tiny offered core conflicting of Suria KLCC.

14. Pertama Complex: a best mall to buy sports products.

15. Bangsar Village Shopping Mall: unequivocally renouned expat mall in one of a biggest expat enclaves.

16. IMBA Plaza: a best (or worst) place to buy pirated dvd’s, program and other media.

17. Great Eastern Mall: biggest mall in a Ampang area. Especially renouned among expats.

18. Tropicana Mall: renouned ‘family mall’. Many seat and children stores.

19. Plaza Mont Kiara: complicated mall catering to expats that live in a Mt. Kiara area.

20. Bangsar Shopping Center: many renouned expat mall in a Bangsar area. Best place to buy products like cheese, bread and other standard western products.

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