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Malaysia Shopping




KL Plaza, Jalan Bukit Bintang, K.L
Clothing, shoes, handbags, jewellery, textiles and handicrafts.


Kota Raya Shopping Complex, Jalan Cheng Lock, K.L
Clothing, toys, leather products and watches.
Ambience: Bustling and chaotic.


Lot 10, Jalan Sultan Ismail, K.L
Designer clothing, supermarket, electrical and household appliances and music shops.


Pertama Shopping Complex, Jalan Dang Wangi, K.L
Clothing, jewellery, restaurants, leather products, banks, video arcades and music shops.


Pudu Plaza, Jalan Landak, off Jalan Pudu, K.L
Five-minute drive from city centre. Variety. Value. Lots of promotions. Clothing, fashion accessories, cosmetics, decorative furnishings, opticals, travel agencies, audio visual shops, bookstores, goldsmiths, amusement centres and fast food outlets.


Central Market,Terengganu
The Central Market, or locally known as "Pasar Payang" which is located by the Terengganu River is one of the most popular tourist spots in Kuala Terengganu. Housed in a modern building complete with a shopping arcade and a car park, it offers visitors a variety of traditional handicrafts such as batik, silk, songket, brocade and brassware, other fresh produce such as fruits, vegetables and 'Keropok Lekor' which is a special local delicacy made from a mixture of fish and sago. Visitors to this market will have a delightful experience shopping in local fares at reasonable prices.


Central Market, Kuala Lumpur
Formerly a wet market, this building was spruced up into a retail art gallery for budding craftsmen and artists. Modeled on Convent Garden in London, this distinctive pink and pale blue building contains over two hundred shops, stalls and restaurants. A unique place to venture and perhaps pick up Malaysian arts and crafts, curios and antiques for a bargain. A must see for any tourist coming to Kuala Lumpur, the Capital of Malaysia.


Central Square
Next to the Central Market is the Central Square which houses a cineplex, antique and souvenir shops, fast food outlets and restaurants. The complex is an extension of the development concept embodying the Central Market project and involved the rehabilitation of a row of old pre-war shophouses.


 

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