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bbplaza.jpg (17738 bytes)BB Plaza and Sungei Wang Plaza are two modern shopping complexes housed within a huge building which fronts Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail. BB Plaza houses Metrojaya, a large department store offering moderate to high priced goods ranging from clothes and accessories, shoes, handbags, cosmetics and toyd items. Other stores within the complex sell books, computer ware, electrical goods, furniture and pharmaceutical products.

sungei.jpg (18418 bytes)Sungei Wang Plaza comprises many small outlets offering leisure wear, sports gear, optical products, shoes, handbags and watches. Parkson Grand, a departmental store within the plaza offers apparel, handbags, cosmetics, toys and household goods.

In the vicinity of Petaling Street is the Kota Raya Shopping Complex. It offers a wide range of apparel, shoes, handbags and textiles at bargain prices.

shaw.jpg (21968 bytes)Shaw Parade. This shopping complex is located at Jln. Changkat Tamby Dollah in Pudu. With Kerry's Supermarket and Department Store as its anchor tenant, the complex attracts a steady stream of shoppers daily. Other shops within the complex offer photographic items, videos, clothing, shoes, home decor and speciality items at competitive prices.

pudu.jpg (18149 bytes)Located in the bustling Pudu area is the Pudu Plaza, an ultra-modern shopping complex.Dominating an area known for its pre-war shop houses, the complex houses numerous shops offering just about everything, from shoes, bags and off-the-peg clothes to traditional herbal remedies.

weld.jpg (16393 bytes)The Weld is situated at the junction between Jalan Raja Chulan and Jalan P.Ramlee. It also houses many small shops offering a range of exclusive shoes, handbags, optical goods, cosmetics, clothings, fabrics, paintings and exquisite wood carvings.

mall.jpg (18383 bytes)At Jalan Putra, is The Mall, with Yachan as its anchor tenant. This is also a good place for 'haute couture' end exclusive jewellery, shoes, handbags, watches and eyewear. There are also many shops specialising in antiques, souvenirs and apparel.

s&m.jpg (20402 bytes)S&M Plaza located along Jln. Tun H.S. Lee at its intersection with Jln. Cheng Lock is one of the latest additions to the Chinatown scene. It houses many little shops offering a variety of goods from the tiniest of hair ornaments to clothing, shoes and handbags. There are also gift-shops, music shops, bookshops and toyshops with a bit of everything for everyone.

Alpha Angle, one of KL's latest shopping centres, is located at Wangsa Maju, about 20 minutes drive from the city centre. Jaya Jusco, its anchor tenant, offers an assortment of goods from clothing to household items. Other stores offer the latest in shoes, handbags and fashion apparel. Housed within the ultra-modern complex is a gourmet centre with various food outlets offering a veritable selection of local fare.

Ampang Point is a stylish shopping centre near the junction of Jalan Ampang and Jalan Ulu Kelang, in the vicinity of Ampang Putri Medical Centre, Ampang Municipal Council and the LRT Station. Its anchor tenant is the exclusive Royel Department Store where fashionable shoppers can find all their needs.

ampang.jpg (19497 bytes)Ampang Park Shopping Complex, located at the junction of Jalan Ampang and Jalan Tun Razak, holds its own among the newly established complexes. It houses many little boutiques for the fashion conscious, jewellery shops, shoe shops and also shops dealing in electrical and electronic equipment.

Midpoint is a newly established shopping complex situated in Pandan Indah. Its anchor tenant, is the Fajar Supermarket Department Store. The complex attracts a steady stream of shoppers daily. Other shops within the complex offer a variety of items such as videos, clothing, watches, shoes, home decor and special items at competitive prices.

Sogo Kuala Lumper is one of the largest department stores in Southeast Asia. There are eight shopping floors where you can find everything you need, from the freshest produce and the most exotic delicacies to exclusive goods and the widest variety of basic necessities as well as futuristic, fun-filled joy rides and games.

Pearl Point located along Jalan Klang Lama is a newly established shopping complex. It offers an assortment of goods, from clothing items to household goods in its various departments.

inside.jpg (20386 bytes)Within the Bangsar residential area, out of the bustling city centre, is The Bangsar Shopping Complex.The shops here offer exclusive textiles, watches, silver and crystal, apparel, shoes and handbags and quality furnishings. It's also a good place to browse for antiques and oriental furniture.

pertama.jpg (17681 bytes)Pertama Complex, along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, is a good place to go for a wide range of goods ranging form sports gear, apparel, shoes and handbags to watches and gold jewellery and souvenirs at very reasonable prices.

hankyu.jpg (14581 bytes)Hankyu Jaya Bangsar is a departmental store catering to all age groups. On the ground floor is the supermarket which stocks a wide range of household items, daily essentials and food items.The upper floor is dedicated to various merchandise like baby products, jewellery, toys, fashionwear and sports goods.

uda.jpg (18909 bytes)Strategically located at the junction between Jalan Sultan and Jalan Dato' H.S. Lee, UDA-Ocean offers value-for-money purchases. It is a one-stop shopping centre for the family with its wide range of goods, from groceries, handicrafts, ladies' and gents' fashion to toiletries and baby products.

central.jpg (19362 bytes)Just across the Klang river from the Dada Bumi Complex is'Pasar Seni', housed within the conserved structure that was formerly the wet Central Market of Kuala Lumpur and which still bears the same name today. Inside are numerous specialty shops offering a range of handicrafts, antiques, curios and the works of local artists.

city.jpg (18260 bytes)Yow Chuan Plaza and its new neighbour, City Square, are situated across the road from Ampang Park Shopping Complex. A covered pedestrian bridge links these two complexes yowchuan.jpg (16684 bytes)for the convenience of shoppers. Items on offer are mostly exclusive items including jewellery, shoes, bags, designer clothes, watches, cosmetics and perfumes for the upmarket group. This is also a good place for antique and souvenir collectors.

kualaplaz.jpg (18040 bytes)Kuala Lumper Plaza, also along Jalan Bukit Bintang, is a good place to shop for exclusive watches and top-of-the-range travelling bags, designer shoes and handbags and beautifully designed jewellery. Its anchor tenant, Mun Loong, offers a wide range of apparel and household items. The newest take of the adjecks shopping complex along the Golden Mile of Jalan Bukit Bintang is Starhill Plaza. It is an elegant edifice in brown marble and gold trimmings. The anchor tenant is the renowned Tangs of Singapore, and the finest international names are all found here, offering clothes, jewellery, watches, accessories, leather goods and various designer items.

lot10.jpg (17105 bytes)Lot 10, situated across the road from Sungei Wang Plaza to which it is linked by a covered pedestrian bridge, is one of Kuala Lumpur's recent additions to the shopping scene. Its anchor tenant, Isetan offers mid-range to high priced items which include clothings, shoes, handbags, accessories, cosmetics, household items and sports gear. The top floor of the store is devoted to exclusive designer clothes. Other stores within the complex offer equally exclusive optical goods, shoes, sports gear and designer clothes.

Imbi Plaza, at the junction of Jalan Imbi and Jalan Sultan Ismail, is the place for computers, computer peripherals and related items.

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