Known as Malaysia's first themed shopping center, Sunway Pyramid's exterior motif is an Egyptian-inspired pyramid. Measuring in at 4-floors, the mall is divided into 5 different parts: Fashion Central, Oasis Boulevard, Asian Avenue, Marrakesh and Kidz Zone. All told, this shopping mecca houses more than 800 specialty shops. Also, you can go ice-skating in the indoor ice-rink if you would like to take a break from all that shopping. There is also a convention center on the premises.
In operation since 2011, The Curve is a one stop shopping destination for locals as well as tourists alike. Boasting of approximately 260 outlets, the shopping mall has something in store for all. You can shop for a range of trendy apparels, shoes and accessories from fashion outlets, or shop for home decor goods and electronics. After you are done with shopping, you can simply relax and enjoy some sumptuous meals at the onsite food court. Whether you are in a mood to shop for some quality goods or simply spend some time wandering around window shopping, heading to The Curve will not disappoint.
This Kuala Lumpur institution in its present form has been around since 1937. Central Market is a treasure trove of handmade items, souvenirs, custom-made crafts and art. At this wonderful shopping center/market, you'll find various stalls and small shops offering unique wares. Batik textiles can be found throughout and make for a great souvenir. A nearby theater puts on traditional wayang kulit (shadow puppet shows).
A tall brown building, resembling a postmodern Aztec structure, rises from amid the concrete, bustling jungle in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. One of Southeast Asia's largest malls, the 48-storey Berjaya Times Square is a one-stop destination for millions of shoppers who set foot into its air-conditioned shopping halls annually. With over 1000 varied shops that run the gamut from lifestyle apparel brands and cosmetic stores, to innumerable cafes, restaurants and even offices, Berjaya makes ingenious use of its 12356 square meter (133,000 square feet) space. Entire worlds could fit inside of this colossal retail paradise, with a large indoor theme park occupying parts of the mall's 5th and 7th levels.
Hush Puppies offer a trendy range of footwear that has a reputation for quality, comfort and style. For children, they have a wide selection of adorable shoes in the most delightful designs and colours. The range of shoes available for teenagers is similar--trendy, stylish and fashionable. Also available are key rings with the charming and enchanting trademark puppy. The key rings make a cute gift for that someone special, or as a souvenir, or even as a collectible.
This is a quality gift shop with a difference, one that is apparent as soon as you enter the store. Within the walls are spectacular creations from local pewter houses such as Pewter Art, JS Pewter and Penang Pewter. There are complete pewter tea sets, ale mugs, goblets, trophies, plaques, trays, vases, water pitchers and cute little coasters with pictures of Malaysian landmarks. Apart from dealing in pewter, the shop also imports crystalline from China. The carved figurines include reproductions of Venus de Milo, stallions and other popular collectibles. Also available are various crystal vases, stationery products, desktop items and clocks.
Located in one of Kuala Lumpur's oldest shopping malls, this store caters exclusively for racquet sports, such as badminton, tennis and squash. Big names in badminton, like Carlton, Yonex and Yang-Yang are sold alongside the squash and tennis icons of Prince, Adidas and Wilson. Apart from a wide choice, expert advice is also available. The shop also provides a restringing service for those that suffer the damaging affects of a John McEnroe style outburst!
This is one of the very few Japanese chains of bookshops in the country. Half of the interior caters to its Japanese clientèle, where all sorts of Japanese imported publications are sold. The other areas display English language books, including the ubiquitous best sellers and some large-format hardbacks. On one particular shelf, a good selection of local and international maps can be found. The public may place orders for Japanese magazines, which are then placed behind the counter awaiting collection.
Stylishly designed fashions in warm khaki, light greys and browns hang from racks here. White T-shirts, polo necks and V-necks are made from the finest cotton and priced at MYR49.90 upward. Dockers is particularly well known for their selection of pants and slacks. Various designs, such as straightcut, drainpipe, multipockets and baggy, make up the range of styles on offer. Comfort is this shop's first priority as well as maintaining the high standard of clothing on offer.
Brightly lit and spacious, this bookstore is frequented before the start of a school term by parents and their children stocking up on essential school books. For students sitting for any kind of examination, there is one section lined with revision books for primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Included in the broad stock is an excellent religious selection, with an entire section devoted to books and magazines on Islamic subjects.