BB Plaza, Kuala Lumpur
Beyond describe by words. Imagine on this Bintang Walk and the surroundings have more than 6 huge sizes shopping malls, how you expect me to describe what they have. Even if you shop, you have to shop at least 4 days to fully explored these shops. Forget it.
BB Plaza, Sungai Wang are mostly for youngsters. Star Hill and KL Plaza and Lot 10 are suitable for the rich. But I can tell you my favourite shopping mall is the Low Yat plaza. This 6 storeys shopping mall has everthing you need about computer. All kinds of latest computer materials are available here. This is the biggest ever so far.
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.
These two adjoining shopping centres house so many shops it would take you atleast a whole day to go through them all. Good for clothes (not exactly designer), electronics, all kinds of brick-a-brack, nice Asian home furnishings and decorations (not sure they're made in Malaysia) and for eating as well. You can also find moneychangers and souvenirshops here.
There are many shopping centers here, both come from designer shopping to bargain shopping. Lot 10 and Star Hill Plaza offer a wide variety of designer items, while BB Plaza suits the bargain hunters.
Extending into Sungei Wang Plaza, BB Plaza offers an interesting variety of stores including jewellers, fashionwear, books, AV equipment etc.