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The shopping scene is a pretty comprehensive one here in Malaysia. Ranging from to a number of high end shopping malls to low end flea markets all over the country. There's something for all travellers to satisfy their desires, may it be designer labels, local indie brands, and local art works. Malaysia shopping scene is also well known for its shopping sales throughout the year. Travellers can also look forward to the duty free items that can be found and what makes it better, is the Tourist Refund Scheme (TRS) that is available for tourists. Put on your comfortable shoes, the shopping trip will be a long one.
Pavillion
Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Pavillion Kuala Lumpur is one of the top spots for couture shopping in Malaysia. This shopping centre is located in Bukit Bintang. The white marble shopping mall is built at a staggering 1.37 million square foot with a combination of indoor and outdoor shopping venues. It resembles a Grecian temple, but filled with over 450 high end stores. The shopping centre does not only consists of a retail mall, but also an office block and two residential towers. Located at the main entrance of the mall is the Pavillion Crystal Fountain, the tallest Liuli crystal fountain in Malaysia. This KL staple is the perfect example of how extravagant some malls can be, with a number of hip dining options, to high end international brands, and local brands keeping the city's fashionistas up to date with the latest trend.

 

Suria KLCC
Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Suria KLCC shopping centre is an imposing six-storey building at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur city centre. Bringing a new level of style to the famous city with its wide array of high end haute couture stores. Popular dining restaurants and cafes are also widely available for tourist to chow down and relax after a long shopping spree. The shopping mall is not only famous for its upscale stores, but also for its tourist attractions such as the Aquaria KLCC an oceanarium and Petrosains, a science discovery centre.

 

Sunway Piramid
Sunway Pyramid, Subang Jaya
Sunway Pyramid is the one and only themed shopping centres in Malaysia. Located in Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya, it is a 1.7 million square feet and one of the largest shopping centres in the country. One of Malaysia's most elaborate mall, with an Egyptian design of a giant sphinx and a pyramid shaped complex, pseudo-hieroglyphics decorating its exterior facade and numerous faux-pharaoh statues. Major branded and department stores can be find here in the shopping centre having a wide array of items suitable for all ages and styles.

 

Low Yat Plaza
Low Yat Plaza, Kuala Lumpur
Low Yat Plaza is a well-established commercial shopping centre. Specialising in IT and Electronic products, it is ranked as one of the city's best spots for gadgets and gizmos. The 12 storey mall is divided into a series of interconnected stores surrounding the main concourse. Each floor is dedicated to stores occupying retail spaces from small-time ventures and large scale shop lots. Brands such as Sony, Microsoft, Asus, Dell and Nikon is commonly found in the mall. With all the specialty shops, the products are competitively priced. The products that are sold there can be negotiable to customers.

 

Amcorp Mall
Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya
When it comes to flea markets, Amcorp Mall is one of the best place to find rare items and collectables. The mall consists of stalls that have been set up from the lower ground floor to the top floor of the mall by more than 300 traders, selling all sorts of collectables. The items price range depending on the item's age. The older the item is, the rarer and "Hipster" it is, making the item more expensive. The weekly event is not only for collectors to scavenge for items, but also for visitors to share interest and enjoy the vibe at the mall.

 

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