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Shopping in Malaysia : Shoppers paradise

Shopping in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur is a shoppers paradise. There is a wide range of shopping establishments and modern air-conditioned shopping malls, department stores, handicraft centres, duty-free shops, bazaars and night markets. Among the items high on the shopping list of tourists are pewter, batik, duty free items, electrical products, sportswear and handicrafts. For a very different experience visit the night markets or 'pasar malam' which begin their trading activities in the late afternoon. These open-air markets feature hawker stalls that sell a variety of local produce, foodstuff, clothing and cakes. Bargaining is a common practice. One can see a number of street artists and traditional medicine vendors. The Shopping Carnival, an annual sale held in March/April in Kuala Lumpur and other major cities in Malaysia is an opportunity time to pick up great bargains. Kuala Lumpur, the national capital, has a number of shopping districts. The most popular is the Bukit Bintang area, which is bounded by Jalan Bukit Bintang, Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Imbi. This is the oldest shopping center. This place has local and international goods such as clothes, fashion accessories, footwear, sports goods, electrical equipment, pharmaceutical products, computers and furniture. Other popular areas are Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Petaling Street, and Jalan H.S. Lee. Sungei Wang Plaza, which is integrated with the adjacent Bukit Bintang Plaza, is a magnet for all shoppers. Its retail outlets offer an incredible assortment of goods catering to all tastes and budgets. Most shops are open 0900-1700 daily, with the malls open later 1000-2200. Some shops close on Sundays, but all of the malls are open. It would be difficult to overstate the attraction of Malaysia for anyone who appreciates the natural world. Its primal forests, ranging from shoreline mangrove to mountaintop oak, are of the sort that most of the world now knows only in myth. Although Malaysia's size is similar to that of Norway, natural trees and forests cover almost three quarters of the land, an area equivalent to almost the entire United Kingdom. One can walk for hundreds of miles in Malaysia under a continuous canopy of green, marveling at an abundance of plant and animal species equaled by no other location in the entire world.

Some review to shopping in Malaysia:
"The prices in KL were the most economical that we ever saw. Our favorite shopping centers were: 1. Central Market on Petaling Street: for buying antiques, local art and gifts. 2. Bukit Bentang or BB Plaza at Bukit Bentang: This mall houses small and medium sized stores of all types. We bought several pieces of local artwork from stores here. 3. Lot 10 at Bukit Bentang: This mall houses upscale stores selling branded products. Since the UAE has several retail malls of this type, we only visited it for window shopping. However, if we did not have stuff back home then we would have got it from here, as the prices were very less. 4. Malaysian Heritage House at Bukit Bentang: This store sells Malaysian wooden work. It is located on your right hand side if you walk from Novotel road towards BB Plaza. Most delicately built and most beautiful wooden art can be bought from here. 5. China Town: We only bought T-shirts from here and enjoyed dining in its heavily populated food court selling Chinese food. Haggling is the name of the game at China Town.

Local art, pewter work, every thing to wear and use back home. Just buy and dump in your suite cases. I bought several daily use items that we found were cheaper in KL. In the end, we had bought so much stuff that we ran out of suitecase space. We had to request roadside shops to give us cartons to fill them and bring back home.

Malaysia is very economical and several items are cheaper than the duty free Dubai." - Faiza-Ifrah

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