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“Small shopping center for the Young”

Lot 10 Shopping Centre
Ranked #75 of 296 things to do in Kuala Lumpur
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Reviewed August 11, 2014 via mobile

Just an overview that this mall has: h&m, zara, nike, marathon shop (running shoes shop), sasa, and few others accessorize shops. There is also a celebrity fitness. Only less than 5 min walk to monorail
Station and 5min walk to pavilion shopping center.

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Reviewed August 3, 2014

Love the sport area in 3rd floor.
they have hoops station, nike store, footballstore
also they have H&M

1  Thank CakXoxo V
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Reviewed July 17, 2014

The history of KL is like this...first hawker stalls were set up.Then as the big seller got famous, leveraging and netowkring increased with some increase in English knowledge then bigger budgets come into play,So former hawkers have become popular and then set this big plaza employing non-malaysians with weak English and consequently rude.
What is good about this plaza?Previously there used to be a better food court.Now a costlier one has taken over.In those early days Lot !0 had the first open bubble lift.Now these lifts are common elsewhere too.
Even in the NationalGeorgraphic store, the items are over priced and can be got a lot cheaper outside Malaysia.
Now Lot 10 is a hub of foreigners who earn elsewhere and spend nothing much here.
Across the road are too many massage parlours.

1  Thank butterflypostage
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Reviewed July 10, 2014

We entered this centre due to heavy rain so we are so glad we did. Nothing much inside on the ground floor, Rolex watches, fashion stores etc, however, go down the escalator & a world of brilliant malay Thai & other cuisine. Lots of little kitchens doing their thing, tables & about a dozen chairs for each area & the food is great. We kept going back to the same one, 'Thai corner' as they had everything we liked & a lot of small wok dishes. The dishes are so cheap, not blown out prices like out on the tourist strip & the place is pretty much always crowded. The food seems lovely & fresh with dishes to suit everyone.
There is also a fairly large supermarket here & very clean restrooms.

Thank Glenis F
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Reviewed June 15, 2014

We called in here after visiting Pretonas towers we wanted typical Malaysian food and were told to head for the basement (it was very easy to find). I like spring rolls so that's what I ordered it did not look like what I was used to (more like something a dog would leave) but it tasted amazing and was cheap. I would certainly recommend it.
They did have some really nice shops on the upper floors we didn't go right to the top just to the coffee shop I couldn't get on with there coffee I did try.

1  Thank Tracey W
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