Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Well, Gucci is Gucci. If you're looking for it, then the boutique is located in Suria KLCC. The full address is G05, Ground Floor, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur.
It caters for both men and women with the production line of Gucci bags, which includes totes, clutches, and hobo models, shoes, accessories and etc...
They also have another boutique at Avenue K - the full address is: Lot G3, Ground Floor, Avenue K, KL. The contact number is 603 2161 8813
Another boutique is in Starhill.
What to buy: Bags, shoes, accessories and etc...
What to pay: RM2,000 and above
Located at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers, Suria KLCC is premier shopping centre in KL. it offers unique shopping, dining & entertainment experience. It house exclusive designer brands and provides an abundant choices of goods and services for everyone.
Suria KLCC, the shopping mall at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers, has mainly upscale designer clothestores, but also a surprising number of more "useful" shops. These include Kinokuniya, the largest bookstore in central KL (with a wide selection of English, Malay, Chinese and Japanese books), and Aseana, which sells chic Asian and Asia-inspired homeware. They are also two department stores (Isetan and Parkson), a supermarket, cafes/restaurants galore, hairdressers, a multiplex cinema and a clinic.
What to buy: Almost anything is available.
What to pay: Varies tremendously!
When I 1st stepped into the shopping mall and started seeing shops like Versace , Gucci , Prada and so forth , I really thought this was a mall for someone who is serious into designer clothes. Never the less I started walking around and then the exclusive designer stores started to change as I went to different floors. Well I have been given orders to get some stuff for my mom and sister so I had to headed straight over to Vincci and Isetan. This is a very nice shopping mall and has a variety of stores. There is 6 stories of shops to go through but you`ll really enjoy it. The nice part about this shopping mall is its location which is situated right next to the Petronas Twin Towers and right outside is Taman KLCC. The trading hours is from 10am to 10 pm 7days a week so there is no need for you to say that you missed this place.
What to buy: There is some many different things here to get. I would recommend you check out Isetan and Vincci for the ladies.
KLCC is found at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers. My favourit part of the mall is the foodcourt on the 3rd floor but the girlfriend is in love with the few hundred clothes shops in this mall. The prices are slightly higher than the usual prices in KL but are barely noticable. You will find what you are looking for here.
When you go visit the Petronas Twin Towers, it is a must that you go, drop by and shop at Suria KLCC. Wide variety of botiques and items from cheap to expensive. Nice ambience!
What to buy: Perfumes, shirts
What to pay: Credit cards or cash
A very popular shopping complex, always full of shoppers... majority of them window shopping... Suria KLCC is part of the KL Petronas Twin Tower complexs with a beautiful park for relaxation.... It has one of the most comprehensive food courts in any of the Kuala Lumpur shopping complexes... KLCC boasts a state-of-the art concert hall - home of the Malaysian Phiharmonic Orchestra - an art gallery and a science discovery centre, Petrosains...
What to buy: Suria KLCC exudes opulence and sophistication, showcasing international brand names like Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Hermes.... The anchor tenant is Isetan Departmental Store... The complex caters for all kinds of goods including cameras, golf equipments, shoes, clothes, books etc.... Kinokuniya Book Store operates an outlet here...
The KLCC is a huge shopping complex located at the famous twin towers which used to be the tallest building in the world. This still remains as a landmark dominating the Kuala Lumpur skyline. A trip to Kuala Lumpur will not be complete without a visit to this place and do some shopping.
There should be a category in the type of shop that says ALL because the KLCC really does have it all. On the ground floor where the taxi's pull in to let you out are probably the most interesting and expensive shops Tiffany etc. If you have a very flexible credit card or a very understanding bank manager you may want to get by these as quickly as possible ! Its difficult to even browse in these almost pristine shops without looking like a complete down and out. COming in from the heat of KL in you shorts and t-shirt doesn't really spell a sale to the assistants. However, once they see your interest in anything and your credit card they hunt you down until you purchase. This was not just in the expensive shops it was in most of the stores. Browsing without the helpful advice of a sales person is not easy. In fact the best way to do it is to be polite and say 'I need to look around myself first but I will come back to you for more advice in a few moment' This way they still get the commission if you purchase but they don't follow you like a bloodhound.
What to buy: Anything you could think of.
What to pay: The answer in short is a Lot but probably better value than say the same stores in NY / Paris / London. Prices are not cheap from a Eurozone perspective. People from the UK will probably find sterling is better value.
Located at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers, Suria KLCC is the premier shopping centre in KL. It offers unique shopping, dining & entertainment experience. It houses exclusive designer brands & provides an abundant of choices of goods & services for everyone.
There are even a premier toilets where you are charged RM2.00 per entry. Toilets are of course well-designed,automated, clean and equipped with all toiletries that you need to freshen up yourself. Candles are lit to create the mood. However, free toilets are still available at all floors.
Adjacent to the shopping centre is the KLCC park where locals like to take an evening stroll or jogging while enjoying the beautiful landscaped surroundings. Don't forget to take a photo of yourself at the park overlooking the imposing Petronas Twin Towers or you may want to catch the fountain with dancing rhythmic waters at night time. Children can have a dip at the plunge pools or have a fun time at the safe-for-kids playground. A sizeable area of the park has made way for the construction of KLCC Convention Centre which will be ready by end of 2005. It will boasts the largest convention centre in Malaysia.
This has absolutely everything, from bath and beauty shops to book stores, cheap clothing stores and designer stores, accessory stands and places to eat, there's everything here. Lots of floors, each to cater for different interests so it's easy to figure out where you want to go. Quite peaceful, free to wander round to your heart's content with no worries of being shoved out of your way by frantic customers.
What to buy: - designer clothes
- beauty/make-up items
What it feels to shop under the world's tallest building?
What to buy: Posh things from Gucci, Prada, Chanel, Bvlgari, Hugo Boss, Salvatore Ferragamo or normal stuff like Adidas, Nike, Guess, Tommy Hilfiger and Kenneth Cole, just to name a few!
What to pay: Around RM 50000 ( US$ 13000) for a Cartier pave diamond ring to RM 50 (US$13) for a Maui & Sons roundneck t-shirt.
You may found various local stuff in this sopping mall. Major branded stuff are available as well. Choose from butique, electronics,IT,food stall and hypermarket.
What to buy: Pewter is 1 of our local famous stuff to look for.
There is no lack of places to shop while you are in KL. My favorite mall is the Suria KLCC at the foot of the Petronas Towers.
There are several floors of interesting items at a very good price. I found some unique picture frames. Everytime i look at them it reminds me of my visit to KL.
This is the shopping mall at the KLCC(Kuala lumpur city center).
Almost all European brands is here for example:
Mango,and many more.
There are also cheaper shops and lots of cafes.
And a huge food court at the 3rd and the 4th level,also a movie theatre.
What to buy: Almost everything,clothes,antiques,food, Hi-Fi products and lots more.