Central Market

Basically being a congregation of local souvenir shops, Central Market is where you can do your shopping for your sisters, mamas and etc. Filled with traditional and local souvenirs alike, it is a place that you MUST check out. It has been opened since 1936 and also consists of the Kasturi Walk where you could pick up local cakes called Nonya Kuih and other such snacks.


Midvalley Megamall

Being the largest mall in South East Asia, Mid Valley boasts of being 5 shopping malls combined together as one. One can wander in the said mall for 7 hours and still not have passed all the shops. From an archery range to bowling allies and ludicrous amounts of shops to choose from, there is also an adjacent mall that is connected to Mid Valley called The Gardens. You would have to be a serious shopping junkie in order to conquer this particular infrastructure.


Petronas Twin Towers

The twin towers are one of the most famous towers in the world and in order to go up the towers, you would have to wake up really early in the morning to buy tickets. You will get to go up to the bridge that is in the middle and further if you like to the observation deck. There is also Aquaria (a walk through aquarium) and a shopping mall as well as the Petronas Science Center located at the base of the towers. It also houses KLCC Suria  shopping mall.


 Berjaya Times Square

This particular mall boasts of being the only mall in Malaysia with a roller coaster/theme park in it! That’s only of you manage to get pass the cheap shopping that can be done there!


Low Yatt Plaza

One of the biggest malls wholly dedicated to IT stuff, there are whole floors which only particularly handphones, laptops, cameras, etc. Here, you could get great new gadgets at a great bargain!



One of the newer malls in Kuala Lumpur, they have all the popular international brands such as Topshop, Zara, Forever 21, Nike, Adidas, Havaianas, Cotton On, Mac Center and the like.


China Town

Best visited at night, Chinatown caters for shopping addicts on a budget. From souvenirs to cheap T-shirts, shoes, and delicious hawker treats, Chinatown is a force to be reckoned with.