Malaysia Shopping

  • Shopping
    by machomikemd
  • Shopping
    by machomikemd
  • Shopping
    by machomikemd

Malaysia Shopping

  • Chinatown

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    I think so many shops have in this area.. very busy @ night time.. clothes shops, bags shops, fancy items and also other shops there.. Price also cheap. malay and chinese foods available in that area.. I like hokkin mee... To get the best atmosphere you must go at night.. I think that area never sleep.

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  • Souvenirs , Arts & Handicrafts

    Penang Shopping

    There are many places to shop for souvenirs in Penang. The Snake Temple has its space for the traders, there are two rows of shops at the left and right and a few shops in front of the street. You can buy the thing you like here, if you want more choices and better bargain margin, then Batu Feringhi hawker centre is a better place for Penang...

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  • Bukit Bintang

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    like what i've said, at the periphery of the main shopping and dining areas of Bukit Bintang lies the various factory outlets of various souvenir items that sells mostly to tourists on day long Kuala Lumpur tours and beyond. Dong-A Batik Factory is one of them and is located along the factory souvenir shop rows near Jalan Imbi,at Jalan Utama and...

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  • Shopping mall

    Penang Shopping

    In shopping Malls, there are no special things to purchase other than the usual shopping items. This shopping complex are most frequent by those who looks for new & hot items, be it clothing, shoe, bag, belt etc...etc. Beside these shops, there are many eateries....cafes...and during the evening there are a numbers of lounges. After shopping into...

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  • Central Market

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Shopping in China Town is one package with shopping in the Central Market, it is located nearby but different style, in China town mostly street vendors selling Tshirt, wallet like what we can find in all street market in Southeast Asia but in Central Market more to art and antiques. So we can do shopping .. shopping .. eating..

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  • Yummy local snacks

    Penang Shopping

    Well, you're here in Penang and you need to buy something for the relatives back home. Instead of buying that lousy T-shirt, why don't you buy the best biscuits in town? Penang is famed for her tau sar peah ( a flaky biscuit with green bean filling) and hneoh pneah ( an equally flaky biscuit with caramel). Both biscuits are easily available...

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  • Suria KLCC

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    this will be my shopping tips on Suria KLCC which is beside the Famous Petronas Towers and the Luxe Shopping in Kuala Lumpur Golden Triangle. Suria KLCC is Malaysia's Premium Shopping Mall and you will even find commercials on It a your hotels TV Channes. This Mall is just beside the Iconic Petronas Tower and was opened in 1998 and it has 6 levels...

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  • Night Market

    Penang Shopping

    Batu Ferringhi’s night market is not to be missed when visiting the northern part of Penang. Comprising hundreds of stalls offering everything from fake designer bags to cheap pirated DVDs and home deco items to souvenirs. If you like something, don’t buy it first. Have a look around, as chances are, there are other stalls offering the same goods...

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  • Berjaya Times Square

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Back in 2009 it was a trendy shopping mall with stylish cool Stores esp.women clothes! now it's not more than a flee market! it's truly has lost its glamor :( The only good thing I can say about it, is the accessories stores, if you are accessories lover like myself , it's the right place for you! Also the hair saloon 'freez' at the third floor is...

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  • Grocery shopping/wet market

    Penang Shopping

    Love it or loathe it, Penang's flea market at Lorong Kulit has gained quite a hiphop reputation among Malaysians and tourists alike. Formerly at Rope Walk it is for now next to City Stadium. Electric stuff, watches, shoes, second-hand goods, antique, well, try a good bargain. Maybe a true Thieves Market once today you may acquire the goods in a...

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  • Mid Valley Megamall

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Mid Valley Food Court Nasi Campur sells Nasi Campur (Rice with Mix & Match). There are no description and pricetag on any one of the dishes. They will tell you it is based on how much you take and they charge you accordingly. I took small portion of 8 different stuff for my rice. They charged mine RM23 (which is extremely expensive compared to the...

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  • Lot 10

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    The only two stores that I find worth visiting are Zara and H&M other than that nothing special. The New Wave Hair & Beauty Salon at the fourth floor is overpriced. Not too much dinning options. I visited the mall twice and it's always empty! In my opinion going there is a waste of time, especially that Pavilion Mall is nearby.

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  • Pavillion Shopping Centre

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    The best shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. Everything you need under one roof! The Restaurants at the food court offer all kind of cuisines Popular designers brand names clothing Accessories The well known Tokyo Street with all kind of "made in Japan" things including an original Hello Kitty store

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  • Sungei Wang Plaza

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Well KL is definately a shopping mecca!! Everywhere you look there's big shopping centres! We had one just across the road and a few doors up from the Parkroyal so we stepped in for some last minute prezzies. As we were travelling light we didn't buy too much but Janine and I thought it might be a good thing to come back with the girls on a girly...

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  • Sogo

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    This is Malaysia's largest single department store that's located on one of KL's best known shopping streets. I'd already been to a SOGO in Hong Kong so I knew what to expect but this one was even better. KL SOGO is a real shopper’s paradise, boasting more than 700,000 square feet of one-stop retail space spread over 10 floors of the most desirable...

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  • Low Yat Plaza

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Plaza Low Yat is Malaysia’s largest IT Mall and is opposite the Capitol Hotel in Butik Bintang. There are 6 floors of everything to do with computers, mobile phones, electronics and after 2 floors it all starts to look the same to me. There are still bargains to be had here but just be aware that if it sounds too good to be true then it probably...

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  • 1 Utama

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Located 10 minutes from the KL city centre this shopping centre was unbelievable! Lots of variety of shops range from exclusive brands to city wear shopping. I found quite a few shops here stocked American sizes. It was too easy to spend the day at 1 Utama shopping. It has recently been renovated so make sure you make time for the new part!...

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  • Pertama Complex

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    One of the earliest shopping complexs in KL, this mall consists of many small shops selling an astonishing variety of goods and services appealing to the masses inculding sports good, clothes n many more.

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  • Starhill Gallery

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Starhill Gallery is the most luxury shopping mall with the most expensive branded shops in Kuala Lumpur. This exquisite mall is hidden inside between JW Marriott Hotel & The Westin KL, on Jalan Bukit Bintang. Most pedestrians won't notice the mall from Jalan Bukit Bintang. That is why the mall has less crowd, and most of the shoppers are either...

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  • Ikea

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    The One and Only IKEA Furniture Store in the whole of Malaysia...very interesting economic and cultural difference between Singapore and Malaysia as commented by my dear lady. Singapore is so small and it has not one but TWO IKEA stores whereas Malaysia is so big but it has only ONE IKEA store. Originally located at One Utama, it has since shifted...

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  • BB Plaza

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    The shops here seemed to be cheaper than the brand name shops in the big malls like the one at the Towers. You will find all sorts of cheap clothing, electronics and other mall like items. The crowds here can get pretty intense so be sure to keep an eye open to the traffic flow patterns and don't try to fight the current.

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  • The Mines

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    The Mines was a joke, very very different from what you see in pictures and that what they called "Venecia". The shopping mall sells local goods and local food, except for a K Roggers place (chicken). We went to Sentral Station and took the train. We had to cross a pedestrian bridge and take a little boat that took us to the mall, is only about 5...

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  • Avenue K

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    This is one of the latest additions to the city's list of upscale malls. Designed by French designer Christian Liaigre. It comprises the Avenue K Shopping and Lifestyle Centre, a luxury hotel, serviced apartments and a condominium tower.

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  • Tumasek Pewter

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Inspiring designs that capture the timeless beauty of pewter. Every piece is hand-crafted to perfection by skilled craftsmen who to date have created well over a thousand pieces of art ranging from tableware, desk accessories, gifts & collectibles. Come and discover the amazing Malaysian treasure which will definitely make a distinctive piece for...

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  • Craft Cultural Complex

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    A huge building located in the popular Golden Triangle shopping area. The landscape is very ethnic as you can see in the photos I posted here taken just in front of the Handicraft Centre. If you crave of something local Malaysian, this is the place for you. Souvenir items that is real Malay can be found here including rattan and bamboo crafts. Buy...

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  • Ampang

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Hi there,I try to answer some.Another VT-ers please correct & add later :) 1.I was using AIRPORT LIMO, it has a big TAXI (renault enviro), can fit upto 4-5 adults with many luggages.The cost should be less than RM 100 one way. 2.Normal taxi (proton saga)should be enough for 4 adults,if you look for bigger one,there are bigger type (proton...

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  • Bangsar Shopping Center - BSC

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Here you will find furnishing, antiques, childrens clothes and much much more.. However the clothes for women.. well.. the taste is different ;-) Just outside BSC you will find... Coffebean... Have a ice-blended (I prefer Mocca) and sit outside and relax...

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  • Ikano Power Centre

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    Ikana is another place for shopping in the area called Damansara. Take taxi from KL city centre, you need 35 minutes. The place has more than one big sized shopping mall, it has many many like IKEA, One Utama, Centre Point, The Curve, etc.

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  • Kinokuniya Book Store

    Kuala Lumpur Shopping

    The best bookstore in KL so far with a massive range of titles. Located on the top floor of KLCC Suria, this Jap bookstore is a must for book lovers. They also have a cafe in there as well. Mind the noisy kids running around when you are browsing around, can be quite irritating. Great travel section as well. What ever floats your paper boat....

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  • Duty free alcohol in Langkawi

    Alcohol is duty free on the island of Langkawi only. It is cheaper that at any airport duty free shops I have seen. The amount flown from the island restricted, however. It is a good place to buy that expensive cognac or very old whiskey. Alcohol in Langkawi. Prices are very low.

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  • In the heart of Chinatown

    Kota Raya Shopping Complex is located at the junction of Jalan Silang and Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown. It is one of the oldest shopping centers in Kuala Lumpur. It was a very popular shopping center in the 1960s and 1970s. It is still popular today for budget shoppers. Kotaraya is conveniently located...

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  • A megamall for one stop shopping and...

    The Mid Valley Megamall is located at Lingkasan Syed Putra at Mid Valley City in the heart of the Klang Valley between Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur. It is easily accessible by light rail transit (LRT) and/or public buses from Central Kuala Lumpur. It is actually located on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.Mid Valley Megamall is one of the largest...

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  • Shopping for arts and crafts

    Asian Cultural Village is located at First World Plaza at the podium of First World Hotel in Genting Highlands Resort in the state of Pahang. It comprises stalls from approximately 10 Asian countries including those from Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea, china and India.Products such as arts and crafts, local handicrafts, toys and dolls, gifts...

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  • One stop shopping

    Tesco Department Store is a hypermarket located at Jalan Tun Abdul Razak just opposite Melaka Sentral in the heart of the city of Melaka. It is one of the several large department stores in Melaka that have their own buildings under one roof with ample free parking lots. The others are Jusco Stores and Giant.Tesco was founded in 1924 in Europe....

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  • Newest Shopping Centre in town

    Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall is a new player in the shopping business in Melaka. It is the latest shopping complex to be built in fast developing Melaka city. Its building seems to be a little bit smaller than that of Mahkota Parade Shopping Complex located next door. Nevertheless it has a total buildup area of approximately one and a half...

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  • The largest shopping centre in town

    Mahkota Parade Shopping Centre is located at Melaka Raya, Bandar Hilir right in the heart of historic Melaka City. It is the largest shopping centre in the city of Melaka. It has four levels of shopping, restaurants and entertainment spaces. Its main anchor tenant is Parkson Grand which is a local department store cum supermarket. The shopping...

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  • Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur

    Suria KLCC is located at the podium of Petronas Twin Towers at prestigious Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC) along Jalan Ampang said to be Kuala Lumpur's Golden Mile at one time. It is Malaysia's premier shopping center within Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle. Suria is a Malay word meaning sunshine. It was opened to the public in 1999. It has a total...

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  • Shopping for antiques

    Jonker Walk is located at Jonker Street (known as Jalan Hang Jebat) right in the heart of Melaka's Chinatown in the historic city of Melaka. It is a narrow street with some of Melaka's oldest houses dating back to 17th century when Dutch conquored Melaka. Jonker Street is formerly known as Antique Street due to the many antique stores around the...

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  • Quality shopping

    Though there are plenty of places in KL to do some inexpensive shopping believe me none of th goods you buy lst longer than a month. The only experience we had otherwise was with this store in Petronas which offered good deals for good merchandise. handbags, cosmetics 100 ringets

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  • Hot to buy Textile and curtain

    Emerge as one of the biggest in providing wide range of textile and curtain products in Nilai-3 Wholesale centre. Beautiful shop! High class! By judging to the shop outlook, don't be surprise to know that some of the items only sell from range RM15 and up to few hundreds. Unbelievable RM100

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  • Hot to buy bags and luggage

    Easy to recognize! Just next to marrybrown of Nilai-3 Wholesale Centre. Weather proof! Your are protected by hot sun and rain. Shop with fuzzy free. Provide wide range of bags and luggage. Wow! The price also very exciting. What so surprising me is the shop Website! They really teach you how to bargain! No joke! Really interesting! You can check it...

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  • Hot item : sexy night wear, bags and...

    Nice, neat, interior design make visitor feel very romance and comfortable. Cool items !! Item offer can be further discount. Wide range of product provided. Suitable for whole family members. Product selling unique in this place. Sexy lingerie, sexy night wear, sexy sleep wear, bags, luggage, genuine branded bags and luggage such as Caterpillar,...

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  • NEW INNOVATIVE HANDICRAFT

    Have u ever heard of Pins Craft? Believe it or not, we are using thousand and thousand pieces of plastic head pins to create lovely pictures, portraits, calligraphy and etc.This is a newly invented innovative product from an artist in Malaysia and it is the first of its kind in the world. HANDICRAFT RM500.00> RM3000.00

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  • KLCC

    I was about to buy few pairs of shoes from Vinnci but there were so many customers in the shop. Then I just bought only the adaptor for charging my digital camera from there :P

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  • JALAN GAYA SUNDAY MARKET

    Sunday Market at Jalan Gaya starts early. Here you will find local handicrafts, clothing, native food, plants, and just about anything even antiques. It is one whole stretch of a street, crowded but very interesting. Local handicrafts, native food and delicacies

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