Over the past few decades, Kuala Lumpur has risen in the ranks as a major shopping destination in South East Asia. With so many mega malls, this city is an indisputable haven for all shopaholics.

Image credit- Jyi1693 at English Wikipedia , Main center of the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur , CC BY 3.0

Alternative Accommodation

Staying in the centre is a great way to save on time and transportation costs. For those tired of staying in cramped up hotel rooms, Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments such as the likes of Ascott Kuala Lumpur are a great alternative for a central stay.

Berjaya Times Square

This mall was opened as far back as 2003 and is jampacked with shopping and entertainment options. Don’t be surprised if you get lost in this vast complex which has a bowling alley, laser tag, a large cinema apart from all the major high-street stores under the sun.

Suria KLCC

If you’re planning to visit the iconic Petronas Towers, check out the mall at its base once you’ve ascended its dazzling heights. With over 300 stores under one roof, it also houses all the high-end and uber-exclusive brands from the likes of Gucci to Louis Vuitton

Pavilion Mall

This mall is by far the top favourite amongst locals and tourists alike. Famous for its modern façade, central location and gorgeous Christmas décor, Pavilion is a must-visit if you’re on a shopping spree in Kuala Lumpur. It’s also got an incredible food court, so make sure you bring your appetite too!