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    Shopping Arcade Genting Hotel: Shopping Arcade Genting Hotel

    by machomikemd Updated May 17, 2011
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    Again the shopping arcade in the Genting hotel just beside and is really connected to the Highlands Hotel, is smaller than the first world plaza but what it lacks in size it compensates with the price since the shops and the restaurants and bars here at the arcade a notch higher and are more luxurious and expensive than in the first world plaza. THE SHOPPING ARCADE also leads to the Big Genting Casino Yeah!

    What to buy: dpends on what you like for example drinking at the bar or eating food or buying goods.
    The List of the arcade includes:

    RETAIL

    Convenience Store
    Seven Seven Convenience Store

    Fashion
    I Am Concept Shop
    Radioactive

    Jewellery & Accessories
    Regent Goldsmith & Jewelleries

    Telecommunication
    Digi Concept Shop

    Toys, Gifts, Souvenirs & Snacks
    Genting Rewards Gallery Too (GRG Too)

    Others
    Genting Shopping Centre
    Genting Shopping Centre - Window Display
    Genting Shopping Arcade
    Genting Hotel Convenience Shop

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    SERVICES

    Beauty / Hair Salons
    Genting Unisex Beauty Hair Saloon
    Healing Touch Foot Reflexology

    Other Services
    CIMB
    Malayan Banking Berhad
    Post Malaysia Berhad
    VIP Coach Counter

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    FOOD & BEVERAGES

    Bakeries & Confectionaries
    Bakery

    Cafe & Snacks
    90 90 Cafe
    Snack Corner
    Chestnut Counter

    Fast Food
    McDonald's
    KFC

    Restaurant
    East Court
    Coffee Terrace
    The Olive
    The Olive Lounge
    Lao Di Fang
    Restaurant Genting Palace

    Pub/Bar
    Sports Book
    Safari
    Could 9

    What to pay: maxx out your platinum credit card!

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    Skyway Shopping Arcade: Skyway Shopping Arcade

    by machomikemd Written May 17, 2011
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    the skyway shopping arcade is the first thing you will see upon reaching the Genting Highlands when you take the Genting Skyway (the awana skyway goes to the awana hotel) and hence you will be bombarded with images and an assortment of shop and eatieries upon walking away from the skyway gondolas. The Skywy shopping arcade is way smaller than the First World Plaza but it has some nice choices for the shopper but you can always ignore it and just proceed to the Highlands hotel entrance to get the shuttle or taxi to and from your hotels.

    What to buy: there are lots of choices here but again it has less stores than first world plaza and the establishment include:

    RETAIL
    Jewellery & Accessories
    Morgirl
    SISessence Collection

    Telecommunication
    Phone City

    Timepiece
    Anytime

    Toys, Gifts, Souvenirs & Snacks
    Creative Corner
    Crystal Palace
    Ocean Star Jewellery
    Tenmoku Pottery
    Toys Tree

    Convenience Store
    Seven Seven Convenience Store

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    SNACKS / LOCAL TID-BIDS / DRY FOOD
    Country Tid-Bits & Candies Cottage
    Heng Heng Sea Product Centre
    Loong Kee Dried Meat
    Seremban Siew Pau
    Strawberries
    Yuen Fong

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    KIOSK

    Chestnuts

    What to pay: depends on what you will buy

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    Shopping in First World Plaza: First World Plaza

    by machomikemd Written May 17, 2011
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    the First World Plaza is the largest shopping area of the Genting Highlands Complex hence most of the people visiting the Genting Highlands usually go here to shop or dine or do other activites like riding the various rides of the indoor theme park. You will see various food courts and snacks, assorted local stores selling local souvenir items and local handicrafts, assorted restaurants plus the indoor theme park, a cineplex, a Watersplash Pool (an indoor water theme park for children), Genting Sky Venture (a skydiving simulator), Starworld casino (yes I love to gamble hehehe but this is smaller than Casino de Genting at Genting Hotel), bowling center, Genting International Convention Center, the Pavilion (for local and international acts performing in it), Haunted Adventure and a Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum so Need I say more?

    What to buy: depends on what you like for example buying souvenirs like refrigerator magnets for RM 8 and shot glasses at RM 9 and eating at the food courts, buying local crafts or just plain malling.

    What to pay: depends on what you buy

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    Cocoa Boutique: Chocolate Gallery in Gothong Jaya (part 2)

    by machomikemd Written May 16, 2011
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    Part two of my Chocolate Boutique Tips with more pictures!

    it is a branch of the famous Malaysian Chocolate Chain, the Cocoa Boutique. The Cocoa Boutique is the Largest Chocolate Conglomerate in Malaysia and they sell various brands and chocolate products and their stall here in Gothong Jaya is under the Chocolate Gallery Brand. They have such a dizzying aray of chocolate and chocolate mixed with anything else products like chili chocolate, tamarind chocolate, curry chocolate and the famous durian chocolate. They also sell the regular chocolate products like tiramisu, white chocolate, dark chocolate and a lot more.

    What to buy: depends on what you fancy, 3 packs of tiramisu chocolates will cost you RM 100 and a bar of the mixed chocolates like the chili chocolate or curry chocolate will cost RM 35 each, the durian chocolates under the harriston brand will cost you RM 50 for 12 peices box.

    What to pay: chocolate bars at RM 30, Tropical Fruit-Chocolate Combination like Mango Chocolate or Papaya Chocolate at RM 35 a bar. Durian Chocolate box at RM 50.

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    Cocoa Boutique: Chocolate Gallery in Gothong Jaya (part 1)

    by machomikemd Written May 16, 2011
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    it is a branch of the famous Malaysian Chocolate Chain, the Cocoa Boutique. The Cocoa Boutique is the Largest Chocolate Conglomerate in Malaysia and they sell various brands and chocolate products and their stall here in Gothong Jaya is under the Chocolate Gallery Brand. They have such a dizzying aray of chocolate and chocolate mixed with anything else products like chili chocolate, tamarind chocolate, curry chocolate and the famous durian chocolate. They also sell the regular chocolate products like tiramisu, white chocolate, dark chocolate and a lot more.

    What to buy: depends on what you fancy, 3 packs of tiramisu chocolates will cost you RM 100 and a bar of the mixed chocolates like the chili chocolate or curry chocolate will cost RM 35 each, the durian chocolates under the harriston brand will cost you RM 50 for 12 peices box.

    What to pay: chocolate bars at RM 30, Tropical Fruit-Chocolate Combination like Mango Chocolate or Papaya Chocolate at RM 35 a bar. Durian Chocolate box at RM 50.

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    Cultural Village: Cultural Village

    by snuggie Written Feb 27, 2007

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    The Cultural Village comprises of 12 stalls, each one featuring its own unique items.
    Countries features are;
    Malaysia
    China
    Thailand
    Taiwan
    Indonesia
    Philippines
    Vietnam
    Korea
    India
    Japan
    Singapore
    Middle East

    A must visit if you intend to get little colourful and interesting souvenirs to bring back home.It is located at Level 3 of the First World Plaza.

    What to buy: Some interesting item to look out for are the adorable Japanese dolls,beads and accessories from India and not forgetting getting some nice Korean snacks too.

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    Country's Tid-Bits & Candies Cottage: More for a Wow

    by Yijie Written Nov 13, 2006

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    The variety and arrangement of tidbits at this shop is eye-catching. This is the first time I see 'tidbits mountains'.

    What to buy: It is not really cheap to buy from here and since all are available for tasting, you should buy small portions of your favourite tidbits just to satisfy your craving temporary.

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    Small shops along the walkways

    by victorwkf Written Oct 15, 2006

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    Small shop along the walkway, Genting Highlands

    There are many small shops along the walkways at the indoor theme park which sell small and cute items, especially for women and childeren. They are worth checking out, considering that you can bargain and the favourable currency exchange rate of the Malaysian dollar.

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    Shopping at Indoor Theme Park

    by victorwkf Written Oct 15, 2006

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    The indoor theme park at the First World Hotel also consists of many shops, ranging from clothings, shoes, electronics etc (just like a shopping centre). There is a shop near to the indoor ferris wheel (I cannot remember its name) which sells many beautiful soft toys and embroidery items such as pillows, table cloths, tissue box covers, photo frames etc. It is very popular and you should check it out when you are there. I have taken a few photos of this shop (see attached).

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    Stuff to buy

    by yukisanto Written Apr 18, 2006

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    What to buy: I acutally shopped quite alot in Genting. Most people would say there's nothing there, but What I bought was mostly little cute things like a 'naruto' coinbank, as well as scarfs and pashmina shawls.

    What to pay: Price is about the same as the rest of Malaysia

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    First World Plaza

    by cs_zee Updated Mar 11, 2008

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    An exciting new world of shopping and food is here. The highest shopping paradise in Malaysia, First World Plaza is taking the meaning of shopping into another step.

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    Gift Castle: Gift Castle

    by snuggie Written Feb 27, 2007

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    Located at the Genting Hotel or Indoor Theme Park,this small yet interesting gift shop offered a wide range of gifts items.

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    Giordano: Easy wear

    by Ladyfromasia Written Sep 19, 2005

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    Do ya think zis jacket is nice?

    If ya feel cold at night & ya dunt have enough cloths wiz ya, just stop at Giordano, they have many different style of cotton jackets 4u 2 get warm :) Easy wear!

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    B.U.M Marketing: Genting Highland Concept Shop

    by Ladyfromasia Written Sep 19, 2005

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    First World Theme Park

    You can buy shoes, bags, cloths, gifts from Malaysia... here wiz reasonable prize. Quite small but enough!

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    First World Plaza: Shopping

    by Shino~ Updated Jul 24, 2003
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    Here, they have restaurants, cloths, accessories and indoor entertainment (rock climbing, archery, venice gondola).

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