Petaling Street by night has a totally different feel than by day. There are a huge number of extra stalls set up in the middle of the street, and there are just so many more people, smells, things to... more
Great covered market that is clean, varied, has a food court upstairs, and a good variety of shops.
There is also an outdoor section to the side.
Well worth a browse, something here for everyone.... more
Plaza Low Yat is a shopping centre specializing in electronics and IT products in Malaysia.
It is located at Lot 7, Jalan 1/77, off Jalan Bukit Bintang behind the Melia Kuala Lumpur Hotel opposite... more
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,... more
KL is fantastic for shopping. An influx of big names coupled with intriguing homegrown fashion makes KL the ideal destination for style seekers. In their glory days, Chinatown, Little India and the... more
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... more
Lot 10 has a very striking green facade and is located in Bukit Bintang area.
This is a huge shopping centre where you can find branded goods, designer labels.
Isetan is their anchor tenant.
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... more
You can buy anything on Petaling street: perfume, clothes, DVDs, handmade souvenirs. You name it. However the fun is really about the game of cat and mouse between buyer and seller. Drive a hard... more
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... more
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.
For tourists visit 2 days, you can walk from Chinatown to Bukit Bintang to KLCC in one day. The next day, walk to KL tower, lake garden, merdeka square, Chow Kit and Little India. If......
As a kid, I stayed briefly in Kuala Lumpur ("KL" in short as it is known to locals) with my parents when dad was posted there. As I was the only child staying with them, being lonely made me longing...