Shopping is one of the top activities of visitors in Kuala Lumpur. This vibrant city offers a wide range of shopping choices from modern malls and specialty shops to lively street markets. Among those, it is the cheap shopping places that draw the crowd. Cheap doesn’t mean that the experience is less enjoyable.
Sungei Wang Plaza
Sungei Wang Plaza is a reliable money exchange centre in Kuala Lumpur. Most of its money changers are located on lower ground floor, from Orange Zone and Blue Zone near the mall entrance to Green Zon. Most customers come to Sungei Wang Plaza to be fallen in love with the mall’s wide range of youthful, trendy clothes and accessories. Its products cater more for ladies, especially those are at their teenager or twenties.
There are a number of good hair salons and beauty services at the Sungei Wang Plaza mall for ladies to shine more. In this mall, there also a haircut, following by a wash and head massage. More importantly, the service and cutting quality are good at a popular hair salon such as Hair Zone Studio, Wenawave Hair Salon and John Siew Hair & Beauty.
Low Yat Plaza
Low Yat Plaza is Kuala Lumpur’s largest IT and gadgets mall with around 500 shops spreading over 7 floors. Most of them are small stalls, only a few are large-scale stores. Low Yat Plaza mall has all things IT on offer, from mobile phones and cameras to laptops and computers. At Low Yat Plaza, the prices are negotiable, so customer can bargain hard and smart for good deals.
Low Yat Plaza mall facilities are included for a more comfortable shopping experience. Every customer can look for a good buy on latest tech items on the higher floors and they can indulge life in a beauty salon on upper ground floor. Low Yat Plaza mall also include various food court, a karaoke, fashion boutiques and coffee shops.
Kuala Lumpur Central Market
Kuala Lumpur Central Market is a market with comfortable shopping environment. For good measure, the stalls are grouped into different zones to celebrate the country’s multiracial culture. For example, Malay stalls at Lorong Melayu, Chinese stalls at Straits Chinese, and Indian stalls at Lorong India. This helps in getting a glimpse of each trading culture and finding the wanted products easier.
At the Kuala Lumpur Central Market, customer can find various high quality Malaysian handicrafts home as souvenirs usch as Batik prints, Songket fabric, metal crafts, woodcrafts, terenang jar and beadworks. The whole market is infused with art concept. Art lovers will have a grand time exploring its Art Lane while observing artists at work and enjoying the completed pictures.
Petaling Street is a lively Chinatown shopping street with a touch of culture. Every customer can get a thrilling shopping experience because of an exciting crowd, red lanterns and Chinese trading culture at here. Most customer will have a fun time searching for something to buy here. Plus, low price clothing, accessories and shoes are the most popular products at Petaling Street.
Shopping at Petaling Street is just the beginning as at this street, everyone can eat various foods. Some of the best foods to choose at Petaling Street are the, Wanton noodles, hokkien mee, Hainanese chicken rice, roasted duck, chee cheong fun and Dim sum.