Located in Bandar Utama, this shopping haven is a must go place to visit or to shop when you are in the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. The departmental store adopts an all-in-one shopping concept, which offers a convenient and comfortable way to shop with a wide selection of retail outlets (specialty) that offers a varied selection of goods and services at affordable and sometimes ridiculous prices!
What to buy: Practically, anything you desire you'll have it in One Utama....after all "Utama" means the most "Important Focus"! You won't feel dissapointed with the place....great place to relax and get air-conditioned if you want to save the electricity bills or don't have air-conditioned at home. Great place to entertain visitors too! He he....
What to pay: As much as you want? Of course, minimum is RM 1for parking ticket or RM 2, taking the no. 99 metro bus from the city, or RM20 for the cab or taxi
Here is a photo of shoppers relaxing after long hours of shop non-stop. The size of this Megamall is so big, legs need a rest, therefore have to look for places to sit and relax, have a cold drink etc.
There are at least 2 McDonald's restaurants inside the Megamall. There's more restaurants at the ground floor and at the top floor's food court, don't worry you have nothing to eat while you shop. There's a large size bookshop named MPH which I familiar, other shops are just too many to be listed here in tip, you have to see for yourself.
The location of this Mid Valley Megamall is very complicated, so I suggest tourists best take a taxi from Kuala Lumpur pay some RM12..00 to get there 20 minutes. Walking is almost near impossible because the Megamall was built in the middle of heavy traffic of highway, too dangerous to walk. Take the LRT is another choice.
Bangsar Shopping Center is located 10 minutes away from the Telawian quarter which is further up the hill along Jalan Maarof. This shopping center is very expensive, not budget at all except McDonald's. You can try the Coffee Bean, Chinese restaurants and many others but pricey. Made chiefly for rich Bangsarese.