Halal restaurant in Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
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2215, Tingkat Sungai Gelugor 1, Kampung Gelugor, 11700 Gelugor, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant city with many sights and sounds that cater to any type of traveller; it is also one of the top spots for shopping! Kuala Lumpur has a wide range of malls with a variety of shops selling everything between souvenirs to the best of Malaysian cuisines. Since it's finally the last month of 2018, the Year-end Sale is here! Almost every shop in town are offering the best prices and who doesn’t love a bargain?! Still wondering what to buy in KL? Everything! You can get just about everything at discounted prices from tech to local handicrafts! So get your bargaining skills together and let’s get into the list of shopping places for you to check out in Kuala Lumpur for this Year-end Sale. Read more about Kuala Lumpur! 1. Mid Valley Megamall Picture: Mid Valley Megamall One of the largest retail spaces in the world, Mid Valley Megamall is mostly famous for its collection of affordable stores and restaurants – over 430 – it also has an 18-screen Cineplex! The mall has two food courts but the locals head over to Oasis which is located on the second floor where you can get authentic Malaysian cuisines for cheap prices. Address: LOT F-049&050,1ST, Mid Valley City, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite: MidValleyOperating hours: 10AM - 10PM (Daily) 2. The Curve Picture: TheCurve Popular amongst tourists, this mall beats all competition due to its indoor and outdoor shopping areas as well as open-air dining options. It has Kuala Lumpur’s only Ikea and it even has a Tesco. Almost every favourite Malaysian restaurants and cafes can be found here, such as Pappa Rich, Little Penang Cafe, and Secret Recipe. This mall is frequented by tourists as it has everything under one roof. Address: 6, Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, MalaysiaContact: 603- 7710 6868Website: TheCurveOperating hours: 10AM - 10PM (Daily) *Hours may differ on Prophet’s Birthday 3. Berjaya Times Square Picture: GoWhere Malaysia The Berjaya Times Square has everything you expect in a mall and more! Malaysia’s largest mall, with 600 shops and indoor theme park featuring adult-only and children-friendly rides. It's is a mega-sized mall focused on fun. It is the World’s ninth biggest mall in terms of floor space! It also includes a Taipei-style night market on the third floor as well as the Grand Musical stairs! With all these features, this mall will not disappoint! Address: Berjaya Time Square, No. 1, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala LumpurContact: +603 2117 3111Website: BerjayaTimesSquareKLOperating hours: 10AM - 10PM (Daily) 4. Central Market Picture: CentralMarket First opened in 1938, it started off as a wet market in 1888, Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market has been through a lot of changes, all to make sure it’s visitors have a great time! Focusing mainly on Malaysia’s multiracial culture, you will find different areas dedicated to the many cultures that exist within the country; you will find some of the best handicrafts and authentic food here. It also includes a replica of Melacca’s Jonkers Street, as well as the city’s Little India. It even promotes local contemporary art at the Annexe Gallery. Address: Jalan Hang Kasturi, City Centre, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50050 Kuala LumpurContact: +60 1-300-22-8688Website: CentralMarketOperating hours: 10AM - 9:30PM (Daily) *Hours may differ for Prophet’s Birthday 5. Petaling Street Market Picture: Flickr Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, Petaling Street Market is a lively street market with rows of shops selling a variety of items as well as some of the best Malaysian street food! If you like bargaining, Petaling is the place for you! Items are usually sold higher than their actual price and bargaining is always welcomed here! It is one of the best places for budget shopping in Kuala Lumpur. A great example of local culture, Petaling Street Market will keep you on your toes, a new experience at every corner. It is highly recommended that you get souvenirs from here as you can get them for unbelievably low prices! You can get an authentic experience of Malaysian-Chinese life, with some of the best food available here. Be sure to try Chinese classics like the Roasted Peking Duck and Mee Goreng! Address: Jalan Petaling, City Centre, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50000 Kuala LumpurContact: +60 3-2032 5988Operating hours: 10AM - 12AM (Daily) *Hours may differ for Prophet’s Birthday 6. Kenanga Wholesale City Picture: Wikipedia If you are in Kuala Lumpur during a weekend, be sure to go to Kenanga Wholesale City (KWC) as they welcome retail buyers during Saturdays and Sundays. It is a great place to shop for Muslimah fashion apparels as they have 70 shops dedicated to Muslimah wear. They sell everything from the trendiest Muslimah fashion to the most traditional clothing, so be sure to drop by KWC. You can find these shops on level 3A and 5. If you are hungry after all that shopping you can grab a bite from one of the Halal restaurants on the 5th floor. Address: 2, Jalan Gelugor, Pudu, 55200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite: KenangaWholesaleCityOperating hours: 10AM - 7PM (Sunday to Thursday) 10AM - 8PM (Friday to Saturday) 7. Low Yat Plaza Picture: VisionKL Looking for tech goods? Low Yat Plaza is the place to go to! The plaza also has clothing stores, a food court, karaoke, as well as coffee shops. With everything from phones to laptops to cameras and even computers, you can get tech items for the best prices as prices are negotiable, so bargain away! You might just get the greatest deal on that phone you’ve always wanted. Address: 7, Jalan Bintang, Bukit Bintang, Wilayah Persekutuan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur Website: PlazaLowyatOperating hours: 10AM - 10PM (Daily) 8. Taman Connaught Night Market Picture: TheGourmetDiary This is the longest night market in Malaysia; that is 2 kilometres of shopping ranging from retail to food. Taman Connaught Night Market has it all! It is a great spot to get any trinket or accessory while enjoying the unique sights and sounds of a night market. It can get very busy, but that is what adds to the charm of the place, just soak it all in and get in on the fun. If all that bargaining can leave you hungry, you can eat any dish from the variety of cuisines available at the market! You will find Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean and Thai food amongst local cuisine. Address: Jalan Cerdas, Taman Connaught, Kuala LumpurOperating hours: 5PM to 12AM (Wednesday) 9. Suria KLCC We all deserve some luxury from time to time, so why not head over to the Suria KLCC mall, which is more upscale than the other places on the list. If you are strictly budget shopping in Kuala Lumpur, this may not be the best option, but a little window shopping never hurt anyone! Located right at the foot of the Petronas Towers and standing 7 storeys high, Suria KLCC has some of the best of high-end and mid-range designer brands. They include brands like Versace, Loius Vuitton, Kate Spade, and Coach to name a few. The mall also has its own convention centre, art gallery and a park so even when you are not shopping, there are many other options to enjoy! Address: Lot 241 Level 2 Suria, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala LumpurContact: +603-23822828Website: SuriaKLCCOperating hours: 10AM - 10PM (Daily) Keep this list in mind and enjoy your shopping and culinary adventures in vibrant Kuala Lumpur! Now that you know where to shop, make it a point to plan your trip before Malaysia’s Year-end sale season ends! Read more about Malaysia!...