Shopping in Kuala LumpurEdit This
But there still remains the question of what to buy? KL is known for its wonderful array of handicrafts from intricate silver, brass and pewter items to pottery, rattan, batiks and wickerwork. You will find beautiful art objects and curious items from the orient with carpets and rugs of lustrous silk and fine wool in traditional designs of intricate geometric motifs or patterned in beautiful floral designs of pastel hues. There's ready-to-wear apparel of every design and colour and trendy shoes and handbags to match.
KL is also a good place for buying designer collections, elegant footwear, exclusive watches and quality fabrics. You can find very competitive prices for electronic equipment, computers and cameras. For handicrafts, look out at the Central Market Complex in Chinatown. Jalan Petaling in the heart of Chinatown is a colourful shopping stress and has some craftwork, cheap clothes abd copy watches. The biggest and most popular shopping malls are in the Golden Triangle on Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Bukit Bintang.
Bukit Bintang, a prime shopping district in the city, is a haven for avid shoppers in search of branded and local goods. volker lakenbrink: Whenever I'm in Malaysia, Bukit Bintang in Central KL is my favourite spot for browsing on latest electronics. You can also get the cheapest haircut and most expensive haircut in your life in Bukit Bintang, experienced both !
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This affluent suburb of Bangsar has two modern shopping complexes, boutiques and attractively decorated shops selling a wide range of products such as antiques, furniture, textiles, cosmetics, household items, flippers and sports wear. Bangsar’s appeal also lies in its extensive range of dining outlets and entertainment spots, making it a magnet for evening social gatherings.
This shopping area is well-known for its antiques from China and carpets from the Middle-East. It is also renowned for imported fabrics, batik, sarees, leather goods and men’s clothing.
Among the popular shopping complexes along this busy thoroughfare are the Ampang Park and the newer shopping centres at the Jalan Ampang/Jalan Tun Razak junction. There are many boutiques for the fashionable as well as shops selling jewellery, footwear, electrical appliances and electronic goods.
Housed in a refurbished pre-war building, this cultural bazaar offers visitors traditional handicraft-making demonstrations and a wide range of handicraft items such as paint portraits, T-shirts, personalised cards and plaques