Sungei Wang Plaza is one of the oldest shopping malls and offers budget shopping experiences. It is popular among the locals and tourist and has more than 500 retail outlets.
You could shop for photography, electronics, fashion, asscessories and jewellery, beauty salons, boutiques and restaurants.
Sungei Wang Plaza is easily accessible by Bukit Bintang Monorail Station and Hang Tuah and the Plaza Rakyat stations. A feeder bus service rotates between the different LRT stops every half an hour, which will bring you to Sungei Wang Plaza.
Here is a variety of shopping malls here in KL and they all great. The Bukit Bintang area is always busy as they have a large variety of shopping malls which all close late. Some of the shops you can go and bargain with some of the people there so don`t just accept the price on the goods you might just get a discount if you ask , you`ll no where and where not to bargain depending on the store. There is LOT 10 , BB PLaza , Low Yat and Time Square just to name a few. Time Square is huge I must tell you. Its really something. I think it would take you a very long time to visit all the stores there. What I like about the mall is that it got a theme park inside the mall with a rollercoster and other rides. Malaysia is like shoppers Paradise ;0P
What to buy: Anything , there is a large variety of things.
What to pay: Don`t forget to Bargain where you can. I does`nt hurt to try ;0)
You can find anything here. There are 2 or 3 shopping centres in the area and my guess is you need a week to see them all. Bring confortable shoes, you will be walking miles...
What to buy: Anything and everything!
What to pay: Expect to pay almost the same as back home and branded name shops like guess or Gucci, etc.
Jalan Bukit Bintang is the place to go for shopping as it has many malls to choose from. Handbags and shoes were cheap. They had a sale on when I was there in Sept end. You can surely buy great bargains so don't buy much before you hit KL.
Electronic toys and so much more...you get everything you can think off in Bukit Bintang...
if ye know the art of bargain...then you can really benefit a lot...i feel, you can start off bargaining 50% flat...
What to buy: Traditional Malaysian clothes, souveniers like Wall hanging, scaled models of Petronas and lots more attractive things
Upon arrival at Bukit Bintang Mall, i found myself in a mass of people, in a smallish looking shopping centre. I was a woman on a mission wanting to buy new shoes (ladies like shoes) and i found them in this shop right near the door. Very reasnably priced as well, with a wide range of styles with lots of helpful assitants rather than the ones who follow you around the shop, putting you off purchasing anything!
What to buy: SHOES!!
What to pay: i bought mine for about 15RM, which isnt bad at all.....
The Bukit Bintang shopping area in Kuala Lumpur is perhaps one of the most famous shopping area here. Besides lots of shops, there are also lots of place to dine including thw famous street vendors which sell a kinds of cheap and delicious local food. Also, there is a LRT train station at Bukit Bintang which makes it very convenient to reach.
Fantastic range of items.
You can even find your favourite music score here.
Beethoven's complete symphonies, Bach's chorals etc.
Can't imagine how you can get it in Malaysia ? Well, come see for yourself.
What to buy: Selangor Pewter.
Some other pewter brands.
Bukit Bintang is an area concentrated with shopping malls and large departmental stores, and there are lots of great buys to be found here for the budget shopper.
For instance, at the ground floor of Lot 10, you might come across a bag sale offering bags for as low as RM10! Or, at a small random shop in another building, you might find a knitted blouse for as low as RM15, or a pair of trousers on sale for RM40! You might chance upon a VNC shoe sale, an ISSUE sale, or a SEED or Padini sale!
What to pay: Bargains from RM10 and up!
Imbi Plaza is the palce to be if you wnat to shop for IT stuff in KL. It has been established long before Low Yat Plaza come into the picture. Just take note that some of the stuff on sale here are pirated stuff.
There is nothing in KL that is not available in Sungei Wang. It is a shopper's haven. it is colourful and vibrant with people busting around at all hours of the day. They have a food court where you can try some local food. The claypot tom yam noodle soup is very good.
What to buy: arts and craft from the borneo sarawak region
electronics and mobile phones
TAILORED SUITS, SHIRTS AND CHEAP ALTERATIONS
The shop has lots of material, I got too confused actually and didn't get anything made as I couldn't decide on what material or what style! So my best advice is to research what you want made before you get there. Otherwise you'll be like me buying all the Vogue magazines and trying to pick something.
What to buy: T.C Wong a lovely older Chinese gentleman will probably greet you as you walk through the door.
You can get a tailor made suit for MYR600-1500 depending on your choice of fabric. David got a beautiful suit made for 1060 RM as he picked a heavier more expensive material. So depending on the material you pick determines the price.
T.C also altered 3 pairs of my trousers for about 20 RM per alteration - had to get them taken in.
What to pay: 600RM upwards per suit
20RM per alteration for trousers
On Bukit Bintang, there are many great shopping centers as KL Plaza, Lot 10 or BB Plaza.
Usually there is something for everyone: clothes for men and women, electronics, shoes, furniture etc.
If you are a European woman and not too tall, this is a fantastic place to shop around for shirts, dresses and shoes. It is not expensive and the clothes are mostly of good quality.
What to buy: No matter what you are looking for, you will certainly find it in KL!
I really recommend to look for clothes and shoes.
What to pay: The range is of course widespread, you can get a top or shirt for around 10 USD, but you can also spend 30 or 50 USD! The same applies for shoes, I normally do not spend more than 15-20 USD for shoes.
The fashionable and vibrant of Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail. Major shopping mall along this area include Sungei Wang, Lot10, StarHill, Star City, KL Plaza, and BB Plaza.
What to buy: You can find or your need in this area especially during the Malaysia Carnival Sales held on every years giving the lower price.
KL is known for its shopping. For the best shopping you should go to the Golden Triangle. There are so many malls here. One of the largest in town is without doubt BB Plaza with Sungei Wang Plaza attached to it. After a week I still hadn't seen all shops and discovered new alleys. Amazing.
On the 3rd floor are all the internet shops who are among the fastest and cheapest in town.
What to buy: clothes
What to pay: Don't forget to bargain!