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 other stuff on their menu e.g. RM5 for Nasi Lemak). I told them I took few pieces of everything because I want to try their taste. But they say it is based on the minimum portion. If the minimum portion is 5 pieces and I take only 1 piece, they will charge me the price of 5 pieces (1 portion). I refused to pay and they told me I have to pay for them to continue processing other payments. In the end I paid for the food (the most expensive cheap food I have ever bought).
The food taste not authentic at all. The rendang is tough, the clams are stale. the chicken is raw. I asked them where do I give feedback, they told me I cannot because I have eaten the food. If you are a tourist/visitors, do not get your food there.
What to buy: Nothing from Mid Valley Food Court Nasi Campur
What to pay: RM20 for RM5-7 worth of food
you can find everything in one place.if you are a brand person! its the best place in kl.the brand shops in comparison with other malls are bigger and better.my favorite ones are Mango,zara,guess,levis,....
there are also reasonable shops so don't be worry you won't miss anything.
What to buy: sandals and shoes are the best buy in KL. They are available in a variety of styles & prices. actually most of them are cheap!
I bought 6 pairs of shoes!!!!
Mid Valley Megamall is so well located that it offers easy access to people living in Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya. Right between two cities, Mid Valley is South-East Asia’s largest shopping mall. It offers shopaholics a total of almost 190,000sq metres of retail space.
October 2007 - I just been to the newly opened Gardens - which is annex of MidValley Megamall. You can be connected via the exit near Liu Li Gu Fang crystal store, or D'lish cafe. Soon they will have a skywalk connection.
IN the lower ground level of Gardens, there are some nice eateries such as Purple Cane Tea house, and also a nice Japanese food store and a nice meat shop Fogal.
There are lots of mid level branded stuff, and also Isetan is anchor tenant.
This place has EVERYTHING and is HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE!!!
It's like walking around a city, it's that big!! It's got all the regular chain stores, along with one off shops too. Cater for all clothing tastes, and stlyes. There are plenty of shoe shops too, food outlets, sports stores, cinemas, pharmacies, bread stores, etc... it's got the lot! Oh yeah, and my favourite Dunkin Donuts!!!! YumYum!!! We don't have those in Melbourne!!!
It's well worth a visit, even more so if oyu want to stay out of the heat, as it's fully air-con (like all the other shopping centres too), and you could easily spend a whole day here!!
Cheap to get to via taxi, but there are also buses that go there too.
I don't know all the exact details, so probably best for you to check out their website for youself. Basically all I wanted to say was that's it's great, and well worth the visit for the shopaholic!!!!
Hotel next door too!! But you can find all that info out on their website!!!
To get to Mid Valley from KL Centre, take the monorail to KL Sentral and cross the road to take the Putra to Bangsar Station (one station away at RM1).
From Bangsar station, take the exit to your left where you will see a bust stop towards Mid Valley. You could take the free shuttle (Trinton Bus) direct to Mid Valley South Court. Do check the frequency of the bus which could be at an interval of 30 mins to an hour.
The anchor tentants at Mid Valley Megamall are Carrefour, Jusco, Metrojaya, Golden Screen Cinemas.
What to buy: There are lots of branded goods retail outlets, restaurants, cinema, bowling, electronics, home furnishings, beauty products, fashion and accessories, jewellery, supermarkets, food court, money changer.
BIG BIG & BIG.
One huge colossal Megamall with everything you need and won't need under one roof.
3 floors spread over 4 wings.
It is big enough for 2 departmental stores - JUSCO and METROJAYA and 2 supermarket chains - JUSCO and CARREFOUR.
Also houses Asia's largest Cineplex and Gym. There is also a state-of-the-art Bowling Centre and an One-Stop IT Centre.
Boutiques, boutiques, boutiques - perfect location for folks desiring retail therapy.
I think I will let your legs do the discovery.
There are 2 hotels right next to this Megamall as well:
Cititel Hotel Midvalley and The Boulevard.
Business hours: 10.00am - 10.00pm daily, including public holidays.
What to buy: You can virtually buy everything here...except possibly for Kuala Lumpur city itself.
What to pay: As per shop.
Mid Valley Megamall is said to be the largest mall in South-East Asia.
It was my girlfriends heaven, and my worst nightmare. After we left Malaysia the first time the girlfriend was still talking about returning and staying in the Mid-Valley Hotel, directly beside the mall. Being a bit thick we did return but managed to keep her from staying at the mega-mall and instead give her 6 hours out of our 24 to shop here.
Her favourit stores here were Mango, Top Shop, Vincci, and Quicksilver. It is also quite cheap.
As a traveller first coming to Kuala Lumpur i was predominantly drawn to the greatness of the twin towers and did not feel the need to find more shopping centres, until i found, that i could not buy something which id wanted, in that particular store, which is when i started asking around, which is when i came across Mega Mall. Megamall has a bit of everything, to suit your tastes, from extensive stalls selling everything from tourist kitch, jewelery, shoes,clothes and the supermarket (Carrefour) on the lowest level sells everything else you cant find in other levels.
This mall is also predominantly cheaper than KLCC or Times Square, with generaly a lot more variety.
What to buy: As a girl with her navel pierced, i foundit particularly diffecult to find jewelery in other stores, but Megamall had a number of vendors which a large variety.
What to pay: Anything, depends what you buy....
I like this shopping centre the best..
Tons of accessories shops and there are cheap too and You may bargain with those carts seller...
Things here are generally much more cheaper than those in KL town ..And they have much nicer stuff for all ages and gender...
Poised to be one of the largest retail, food and entertainment centres in Malaysia--and Asia--Mid Valley Mega mall is the latest addition to the many shopping complexes in the city. It is the first retail mall to house three leading and successful anchor tenants, Carrefour, Jusco and Metrojaya. Complementing them are 18 mini anchors and 430 speciality shops.
There is even a huge health club, many beauty and hair salons, and a large bookstore. For entertainment, you will be spoilt for choices. A huge bowling alley, the region’s largest cineplex (18 screens), snooker centre, fun pub and arcade are among some of the diversions here.
As for food, you only need to decide what you want to eat, and chances are you will find it at Mid Valley. Two food courts offer a huge selection of everything from local food to teppanyaki, while specialty restaurants, cafes, bakeries, coffee bistros, fast food outlets, local food takeaways, snack counters and hotdog stands may be found at strategic locations throughout the mall.
What to buy: Shoes!!
What to pay: Accessories - 3 for RM10 (for earrings, necklaces and bangles)
Shoes - from RM45
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