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- Wonderful shopping mall in Bukit Pintang area. Multi- story mall, most branded, food court and many restaurants and cafes scattered here and there. Don’t miss a tasty burger from Five Guys.Written September 26, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It was a nice mall. Lot of options to choose from. They even had indian food options at their food court. We also saw a movie at tgv cinemas. The mall was over crowded the day we visited probably because it was a holiday. They were running very few promotions. There is section where there are only luxury makeup stores, really loved that but unfortunately most stores were stocked out.Written August 22, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Whatever you are looking for, you can find it here. Central Market is located in a touristic place in KL. Viral area of locals, tourists and visitors. Many shops, stalls and restaurants and cafes. Prices is not cheap.Written September 23, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Truly a fantastic experience having barely known Emilia and yet she went out of her way to process and complete my order in the late evening as it was to be a gift for a going-away friend. I love all her design and colours, and so did my friend. Very appreciative for her effort and friendliness.Written September 4, 2023
- The new Panda Eyes multistore dominates the sleepier stretch of this short street where most tourists will find themselves. For classier shopping there is Pavilion at the other end and many restaurants in between. The popular outdoor food court is down a lane among the budget accomodation.Written January 28, 2023
- In short, it is BTSKL. Wonderful mall opposite the hotel I stayed exactly, but had to go through a bridge. Multi story complex having many shops, restaurants, food courts, stalls, spas and many others. Good for shopping, dining or for a walk.Written September 23, 2023
- This mall is worth a visit if you enjoy your shopping and want to explore the different malls of KL. While a bit further out from KLCC where many tourists stay, it is still easy to reach via public transport or taxi/Grab. The mall is big with a good variety of stores and decent places to eat, though not as extensive as some other malls like Pavilion. With that said, give this place a visit if you like malls.Written February 8, 2023
- A very nice museum (unfortunately the gallery was closed for repairs or so) but the remaining floors offered a good insight into the development of the Malaysian central bank, it’s role and responsibilities, etc. Also a good overview of the development of coins and noted throughout the last few hundred years. All in all, interesting exhibition with everything displayed in BM and English so good for tourists as well. Some nice interactive areas and activities so also younger kids would be entertained for a while. Parking is RM 5 but the museum itself is free (you need to put a deposit of RM 10 for putting any bags you have in a locker).Written August 15, 2023
- The most interesting cotton fabrics I found this year were from the bargain counters of the great Jakel Mall. If you are satisfied with polyester there are several Indian shops selling colourfull saris which could also be used as curtains or other home decoration. A street food market was selling all kinds of local delights but the permanent stalls at the covered bazaar near the subway station were reduced.Written January 23, 2023
- It’s an old shopping centre but renovated some years ago.
There are many optometrists, luggage shops, manicurists, clothes, clothes and clothes among others. Yes, many clothes’ shops.
There are games areas which I did not visit.
Many eating places and I found a nyonya place ( Malay and Chinese dishes) which was halal.
The best part is it’s location which is close to other shopping centres, and small shops/stalls scattered in between which serve mostly foreign food. One can walk via covered the air conditioned walkway to KLCC and the Pavillion if interested in high end shopping - such as Louboutin shoes, Chanel boutique etc.
I enjoyed just walking around.Written September 24, 2023
- The interior and architecture is super extra stunning! No need to worry, Ur-Mu's staff is friendlyWritten May 5, 2023
- Excellent mall if you want to actually just SHOP! So well organised and not full of the same old same old. You won’t find too B many mainstream brands here but the variety of clothing is extensive and you will go home with some really unique piecesWritten July 16, 2023
- Oh my goodness, this must be one of the biggest bookshops I have been to. There is a huge collection and range of books, right from Anime through to History Books and anything in between. Multiple languages are catered for and prices are generally standard. You can spend so much time there however most books are wrapped in plastic and therefore you can only read the back summary.Written July 9, 2023
- Place that you can get almost what you looking for.. From cheapest to expensive all in you can get it here..Written November 14, 2020
- The more upmarket mall in Midvalley can best be reached from Abdullah Hukum subway station. I came looking for the new Bookexcess store which was in a most beautiful location on the rooftop among greenery, where I had lunch too. An outdoor activities shop was selling European Loqi art reproduction shopping bags with a reduction, I bought a Botticelli and a Chagall, they use now stronger recycled polyester.Written January 26, 2023
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- Genting Highlands Tour plus Batu Caves, Batik & Pewter Factory
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