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Market Place
Experience a whole new level of shopping in the European inspired Mercato that offers a diverse range of premium groceries and fresh ingredients at its aisles sourced locally as well as from around the globe. Satisfy your local appetite with an array of Malaysian delight goods readily available at the store. Top grade wine and perishables can also be found for every palate, both young and old at this unique grocery store. Fill those rumbling tummies with ready-to-eat selections and pastries while shopping within Mercato.
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Mercato Pavilion KL
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
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Experience a whole new level of shopping in the European inspired Mercato that offers a diverse range of premium groceries and fresh ingredients at its aisles sourced locally as well as from around the globe. Satisfy your local appetite with an array of Malaysian delight goods readily available at the store. Top grade wine and perishables can also be found for every palate, both young and old at this unique grocery store. Fill those rumbling tummies with ready-to-eat selections and pastries while shopping within Mercato.
Medical Tourism
We all have a preconceived notion of what a hospital should look and feel like. Unfortunately none of them are very positive. To us, a hospital is not a place one would go when he or she is sick, but rather a place you’d go to feel better. This thinking permeates across all our touch-points. We understand that undergoing medical treatment can be stressful both to you and your family members and loved ones, which is why you’ll see the difference from the moment you’re greeted by our Customer Relations Officers at the entrance, and the well-designed main atrium, more akin to a hotel lobby. Our doctors and medical staff are not only good at what they do, but also at making you feel at ease and relaxed. We have a great mix of retail outlets, complimentary personal toiletries and even free Wi-Fi in your room, a Concierge that can arrange for shopping and sightseeing visits in the city, and even a room-service menu. These touches of luxury are deliberate, as they go a long way in helping along with the healing process post-treatment.
Medical Tourism - Prince Court Medical Centre is a 270-bed private healthcare facility located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our aim is to be the leading healthcare provider in Asia, offering comprehensive medical care to the highest international standards through world-class facilities, innovative technology & excellent customer services.
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Prince Court Medical Centre
39 Jalan Kia Peng
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Medical Tourism - Prince Court Medical Centre is a 270-bed private healthcare facility located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our aim is to be the leading healthcare provider in Asia, offering comprehensive medical care to the highest international standards through world-class facilities, innovative technology & excellent customer services.
Mall / Shopping Centre
In the heart of Kuala Lumpur lies the jewel of Bukit Bintang, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning, premier shopping destination houses eight precincts to fulfill all your personalised indulgences. Experience the excitement of this 1.37 million sq ft retail haven with over 550 outlets offering the finest selections of shopping, dining and urban leisure.
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Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
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In the heart of Kuala Lumpur lies the jewel of Bukit Bintang, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning, premier shopping destination houses eight precincts to fulfill all your personalised indulgences. Experience the excitement of this 1.37 million sq ft retail haven with over 550 outlets offering the finest selections of shopping, dining and urban leisure.
Starhill Gallery is one of those ritzy shopping malls where you are almost afraid to touch things. Ambient lighting, soft jazz music playing in the background and carpeted floors that mask any sound your feet might make, results in this being a red carpet retail experience like no other. The hushed atmosphere is exacerbated by smiling, smartly dressed doormen waiting to usher you into stores: coupled with the muted atmosphere, their ever-present presence makes you feel like you have to speak in whispers. You may ask, since Starhill Gallery offers the same haute couture stores all under one roof, as Pavilion KL, what makes it so different? Well, the answer to that is simple – Starhill Gallery is an experience, and a decadent one at that. Developed by the YTL Corporation, Starhill Gallery is the most upscale, luxury retail mall in the prominent Bukit Bintang district. Opened in 1996, it houses more than 100 renowned luxury timepiece and jewellery brands and dozens of other contemporary luxury labels. The 250,000sqft ritzy retail podium was originally anchored by the Singapore-based Tangs departmental store until it shut down in 2004 due to ‘poor financial returns from its expansion abroad’. The mall was renovated in 2005, with renowned American architect David Rockwell at the helm of the project, which resulted in its current glass dome-like façade. At the end of 2010, Starhill Gallery – along with its YTL brother, Lot 10 – began another bout of renovations and both malls remain open despite these widespread refurbishments. The main concourse is a spacious open-concept area which plays host to a stage as well as exclusive cafés that surround it. The seven-storey shopping centre has escalators in this area and elevators are located at the back section of the mall beside the well-kept bathrooms. The first floor of the mall is largely occupied by jewellery and luxury watch brands such as Maurice Lacroix, M Missoni, Korloff, Davidoff, Rado and more; each year Starhill Gallery plays host to Asia’s largest luxury watch and jewellery showcase. Alternatively, if you’re looking to relax and unwind in the middle of the day, then the third floor of the mall is home to a 50,000sqft spa and relaxation centre (known as the Pamper Zone) – this area has 93 treatment rooms and includes services by some of the best therapists in KL. The lower ground floor of the plays host to the expansive Feast Village – a food court that really isn’t your average eatery; the ultra posh food quad plays host to a dozen award-winning restaurants that sport trendy design and fashionable themes. Noteworthy is Fisherman’s Cove – a makeshift boathouse-like restaurant (set with bamboo furniture, faux sails, masts and nets) that features a fresh seafood menu; booths at the mezzanine floor resemble bamboo sheds. The restaurant has been the recipient of the Best Restaurant award from Time Out and the Malaysian Tatler magazine in 2006, 2008 and 2010 respectively. Meanwhile, Jake’s Charbroil Steaks (a branch of the 24-year veteran of the steak-and-seafood industry) is also located in the Feast Village. Featuring an old cowboy town atmosphere with dining booths hewn from 24-year-old Scandinavian pine and Wild West décor, the eatery is an especially popular venture in Starhill Gallery and come dinnertime it’s usually crowded. Additionally, the iconic The Village Bar – with stacked glass bottle pillars, colourful pendant lights and clear bar stools, is a must-visit drinking joint; the posh watering hole has five bars dividing its drink selection offering beer, wine, hard liquor, rice wine and soft drinks bars. Starhill Gallery sits directly adjacent to Pavilion KL and is connected to the five-star JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur hotel. Cosmetics behemoth Sephora is located beside it and just down the road is the sister venture of Pavilion KL, the newly-opened Fahrenheit 88. Starhill Gallery faces Jalan Gading and Jalan Bukit Bintang and is also linked to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel by a sky bridge.
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Starhill Shopping Center
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Starhill Gallery is one of those ritzy shopping malls where you are almost afraid to touch things. Ambient lighting, soft jazz music playing in the background and carpeted floors that mask any sound your feet might make, results in this being a red carpet retail experience like no other. The hushed atmosphere is exacerbated by smiling, smartly dressed doormen waiting to usher you into stores: coupled with the muted atmosphere, their ever-present presence makes you feel like you have to speak in whispers. You may ask, since Starhill Gallery offers the same haute couture stores all under one roof, as Pavilion KL, what makes it so different? Well, the answer to that is simple – Starhill Gallery is an experience, and a decadent one at that. Developed by the YTL Corporation, Starhill Gallery is the most upscale, luxury retail mall in the prominent Bukit Bintang district. Opened in 1996, it houses more than 100 renowned luxury timepiece and jewellery brands and dozens of other contemporary luxury labels. The 250,000sqft ritzy retail podium was originally anchored by the Singapore-based Tangs departmental store until it shut down in 2004 due to ‘poor financial returns from its expansion abroad’. The mall was renovated in 2005, with renowned American architect David Rockwell at the helm of the project, which resulted in its current glass dome-like façade. At the end of 2010, Starhill Gallery – along with its YTL brother, Lot 10 – began another bout of renovations and both malls remain open despite these widespread refurbishments. The main concourse is a spacious open-concept area which plays host to a stage as well as exclusive cafés that surround it. The seven-storey shopping centre has escalators in this area and elevators are located at the back section of the mall beside the well-kept bathrooms. The first floor of the mall is largely occupied by jewellery and luxury watch brands such as Maurice Lacroix, M Missoni, Korloff, Davidoff, Rado and more; each year Starhill Gallery plays host to Asia’s largest luxury watch and jewellery showcase. Alternatively, if you’re looking to relax and unwind in the middle of the day, then the third floor of the mall is home to a 50,000sqft spa and relaxation centre (known as the Pamper Zone) – this area has 93 treatment rooms and includes services by some of the best therapists in KL. The lower ground floor of the plays host to the expansive Feast Village – a food court that really isn’t your average eatery; the ultra posh food quad plays host to a dozen award-winning restaurants that sport trendy design and fashionable themes. Noteworthy is Fisherman’s Cove – a makeshift boathouse-like restaurant (set with bamboo furniture, faux sails, masts and nets) that features a fresh seafood menu; booths at the mezzanine floor resemble bamboo sheds. The restaurant has been the recipient of the Best Restaurant award from Time Out and the Malaysian Tatler magazine in 2006, 2008 and 2010 respectively. Meanwhile, Jake’s Charbroil Steaks (a branch of the 24-year veteran of the steak-and-seafood industry) is also located in the Feast Village. Featuring an old cowboy town atmosphere with dining booths hewn from 24-year-old Scandinavian pine and Wild West décor, the eatery is an especially popular venture in Starhill Gallery and come dinnertime it’s usually crowded. Additionally, the iconic The Village Bar – with stacked glass bottle pillars, colourful pendant lights and clear bar stools, is a must-visit drinking joint; the posh watering hole has five bars dividing its drink selection offering beer, wine, hard liquor, rice wine and soft drinks bars. Starhill Gallery sits directly adjacent to Pavilion KL and is connected to the five-star JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur hotel. Cosmetics behemoth Sephora is located beside it and just down the road is the sister venture of Pavilion KL, the newly-opened Fahrenheit 88. Starhill Gallery faces Jalan Gading and Jalan Bukit Bintang and is also linked to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel by a sky bridge.
Lot 10 is a five-storey mall located along Bintang Walk, central KL’s main shopping and entertainment district. One of the city’s oldest malls, it houses a mix of local boutiques, one-off concept stores and international brands. A KL landmark, Lot 10’s location has been instrumental to its success. Sporting an easily recognisable, vivid green façade, extensive refurbishment at the beginning of 2012 saw the interior ditching its 1980s style. Today, inside the mall it looks a lot like Bloomingdale’s, with bold contemporary columns and lots of glass features. A sky bridge on the first floor connects the mall to the Bukit Bintang monorail station (which is adjacent to Lot 10). Maintaining the right balance between local and international style, Lot 10 provides visitors with a very intimate shopping experience. Similar to Bangsar Shopping Centre, there is a limited variety of stores: Lot 10 has about 40 fashion labels running the gamut from international luxury brands such as Calvin Klein, Ed Hardy and Versace, to more affordable lines from Braun Buffel, H&M, Nike, Topshop, Timberland, Zang Toi and Zara. Lot 10’s main anchor tenant is Japanese departmental store Isetan, plus it has shops where you can purchase a wide range of goods from home furnishings, to camera equipment and computers. Topping off the list of stores here is a hair salon, a rooftop brasserie, dance club, fitness centre and about five restaurants (including an all-day Japanese steamboat buffet eatery). Ground Floor Adidas Birkenstock Country Hide Eclipse H&M Sasa Zara First Floor Chris & Delp Le’ Shene Rio Romp Shinju Pearls Second Floor Bmygas Cassini Etincelle Innerline Beauty Jackie Chan Café Sunrider Theatre Timberland Third Floor Herbaline Beauty Lily White National Geographic Fourth Floor Calvin Thoo Egonutritions Yun Nam Hair Care Zang Toi Maintaining the right balance between local and international style, Lot 10 provides visitors with a very intimate shopping experience. Similar to Bangsar Shopping Centre, there is a limited variety of stores: Lot 10 has about 40 fashion labels running the gamut from international luxury brands such as Calvin Klein, Ed Hardy and Versace, to more affordable lines from Braun Buffel, H&M, Nike, Topshop, Timberland, Zang Toi and Zara. Lot 10’s main anchor tenant is Japanese departmental store Isetan, plus it has shops where you can purchase a wide range of goods from home furnishings, to camera equipment and computers. Topping off the list of stores here is a hair salon, a rooftop brasserie, dance club, fitness centre and about five restaurants (including an all-day Japanese steamboat buffet eatery). Ground Floor Adidas Birkenstock Country Hide Eclipse H&M Sasa Zara First Floor Chris & Delp Le’ Shene Rio Romp Shinju Pearls Second Floor Bmygas Cassini Etincelle Innerline Beauty Jackie Chan Café Sunrider Theatre Timberland Third Floor Herbaline Beauty Lily White National Geographic Fourth Floor Calvin Thoo Egonutritions Yun Nam Hair Care Zang Toi When it comes to entertainment outlets, the mall has a National Geographic store on the third floor: it is a pretty cool place to take kids and you can get educational, do-it-yourself kits (like a build-a-miniature-volcano set) that will provide hours of entertainment. The topmost floor of Lot 10 is home to a branch of gym franchise Celebrity Fitness. Lot 10’s list of food and beverage outlets where weary shoppers can recharge is limited – within the mall itself there are about five restaurants, plus there are massive chains such as A&W, Chatime, Haagen Daaz and McDonalds nearby. If you would like to sample inexpensive local food, the food court on the lower ground floor has a good variety of Malaysian specialties available, but there are also quirky restaurants such as Jackie Chan Café and Teeq. The former is an open-concept café launched by the renowned celebrity and it offers a selection of teas, coffees, fruit juices and even wine. The latter (Teeq) is a rooftop restaurant with good views of the city skyline – there is even a garden between this eatery and Rootz dance club that serves as a for-hire venue for private functions. Adjacent to Bukit Bintang Plaza, Lot 10 is set directly opposite Sungei Wang Plaza: there is a sky bridge which connects Lot 10 to both these malls. Plus this sky bridge also leads to the Bukit Bintang monorail station, which is also across the road. To get to Lot 10, besides the monorail, you can hop on one of the inner city buses that will drop you off at the Puduraya Bus Terminal Station which is just down the road – from there the mall is just a short walk.
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Lot 10 Shopping Centre
50 Jalan Sultan Ismail
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Lot 10 is a five-storey mall located along Bintang Walk, central KL’s main shopping and entertainment district. One of the city’s oldest malls, it houses a mix of local boutiques, one-off concept stores and international brands. A KL landmark, Lot 10’s location has been instrumental to its success. Sporting an easily recognisable, vivid green façade, extensive refurbishment at the beginning of 2012 saw the interior ditching its 1980s style. Today, inside the mall it looks a lot like Bloomingdale’s, with bold contemporary columns and lots of glass features. A sky bridge on the first floor connects the mall to the Bukit Bintang monorail station (which is adjacent to Lot 10). Maintaining the right balance between local and international style, Lot 10 provides visitors with a very intimate shopping experience. Similar to Bangsar Shopping Centre, there is a limited variety of stores: Lot 10 has about 40 fashion labels running the gamut from international luxury brands such as Calvin Klein, Ed Hardy and Versace, to more affordable lines from Braun Buffel, H&M, Nike, Topshop, Timberland, Zang Toi and Zara. Lot 10’s main anchor tenant is Japanese departmental store Isetan, plus it has shops where you can purchase a wide range of goods from home furnishings, to camera equipment and computers. Topping off the list of stores here is a hair salon, a rooftop brasserie, dance club, fitness centre and about five restaurants (including an all-day Japanese steamboat buffet eatery). Ground Floor Adidas Birkenstock Country Hide Eclipse H&M Sasa Zara First Floor Chris & Delp Le’ Shene Rio Romp Shinju Pearls Second Floor Bmygas Cassini Etincelle Innerline Beauty Jackie Chan Café Sunrider Theatre Timberland Third Floor Herbaline Beauty Lily White National Geographic Fourth Floor Calvin Thoo Egonutritions Yun Nam Hair Care Zang Toi Maintaining the right balance between local and international style, Lot 10 provides visitors with a very intimate shopping experience. Similar to Bangsar Shopping Centre, there is a limited variety of stores: Lot 10 has about 40 fashion labels running the gamut from international luxury brands such as Calvin Klein, Ed Hardy and Versace, to more affordable lines from Braun Buffel, H&M, Nike, Topshop, Timberland, Zang Toi and Zara. Lot 10’s main anchor tenant is Japanese departmental store Isetan, plus it has shops where you can purchase a wide range of goods from home furnishings, to camera equipment and computers. Topping off the list of stores here is a hair salon, a rooftop brasserie, dance club, fitness centre and about five restaurants (including an all-day Japanese steamboat buffet eatery). Ground Floor Adidas Birkenstock Country Hide Eclipse H&M Sasa Zara First Floor Chris & Delp Le’ Shene Rio Romp Shinju Pearls Second Floor Bmygas Cassini Etincelle Innerline Beauty Jackie Chan Café Sunrider Theatre Timberland Third Floor Herbaline Beauty Lily White National Geographic Fourth Floor Calvin Thoo Egonutritions Yun Nam Hair Care Zang Toi When it comes to entertainment outlets, the mall has a National Geographic store on the third floor: it is a pretty cool place to take kids and you can get educational, do-it-yourself kits (like a build-a-miniature-volcano set) that will provide hours of entertainment. The topmost floor of Lot 10 is home to a branch of gym franchise Celebrity Fitness. Lot 10’s list of food and beverage outlets where weary shoppers can recharge is limited – within the mall itself there are about five restaurants, plus there are massive chains such as A&W, Chatime, Haagen Daaz and McDonalds nearby. If you would like to sample inexpensive local food, the food court on the lower ground floor has a good variety of Malaysian specialties available, but there are also quirky restaurants such as Jackie Chan Café and Teeq. The former is an open-concept café launched by the renowned celebrity and it offers a selection of teas, coffees, fruit juices and even wine. The latter (Teeq) is a rooftop restaurant with good views of the city skyline – there is even a garden between this eatery and Rootz dance club that serves as a for-hire venue for private functions. Adjacent to Bukit Bintang Plaza, Lot 10 is set directly opposite Sungei Wang Plaza: there is a sky bridge which connects Lot 10 to both these malls. Plus this sky bridge also leads to the Bukit Bintang monorail station, which is also across the road. To get to Lot 10, besides the monorail, you can hop on one of the inner city buses that will drop you off at the Puduraya Bus Terminal Station which is just down the road – from there the mall is just a short walk.
Internationally known as “The River Of Gold”, Sungei Wang exudes charm and popularity both among tourists and the locals. It’s one of the longest running malls and best shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sungei Wang opened for business in 1977 with 1.2 million square feet mall consists of seven shopping levels and three split-level basement parking spaces. The mall continually receives an average of two (2) million visitors on monthly basis. In year 1992, USD 10 million was invested and refurbishment of the retail floors. In late 2012, the mall went through its second massive refurbishment. The RM30million project saw massive changes to brighter painted ceilings and floor tiles, a freshly repainted façade, upgraded lift lobbies, improved all signage as well as centre court. In addition, a RM2.3million covered walkway is built along the mall’s frontage on Jalan Sultan Ismail which replaces old Fiesta Street to ‘Sungei Wang Walk’ as well as 132meter covered walkway links Jalan Imbi to Sungei Wang and Bukit Bintang’s Monorail Station. Known as one of the happening malls in town for its events and promotions since 90’s until today, Sungei Wang is the home for numerous popular international and local artistes, fashion shows, countdown concerts, festive season stage showcases and also not forgetting corporate social responsibility programs. There just isn’t a quiet day at Sungei Wang. Having won the ‘Best Shopping Complex’ award several times including Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Tourism Awards 2011 Award for Excellence in Shopping Mall Category and the prestigious FIABCI Prix d’Excellence under the Special Award (Retail Properties Category) in 1996. It certainly lives up to the title with its effervescent atmosphere, great bargains and year-long activities. Its maze of low to midrange stores sells everything from very affordable clothes and accessories to footwear, electronic items, home décor and various paraphernalia. This is an ideal place for teens and those shopping on a budget. Sungei Wang offers visitors more than 800 retail outlets in one shopping haven complete with ample parking spaces and functional facilities. It stands right outside Bukit Bintang KL Monorail train station and Bukit Bintang MRT station and is walking distance to several malls in the area. Culture Street @ Sungei Wang – Sungei Wang collaborates with Karyaneka, a subsidiary of Malaysian Handicraft Corporation, Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia. Karyaneka will be the Culture Street operator to feature Malaysian finest local craftsmen and artisan. A place where you will get all variety of authentic Malaysian products, souvenirs and gifts. Sungei Wang positions itself as a vibrant shopping hub in the heart of Kuala Lumpur with repertoire of choices in fashion, accessories, mobile phones, gadgets, beauty and many more at affordable rates for all kinds of shoppers. The past 40 years recorded a colourful history of success and distinguished awards for Sungei Wang. Even though swarm by many challenging competitors, the road ahead is undeniably bright and undefeated.
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Sungai Wang Plaza
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Internationally known as “The River Of Gold”, Sungei Wang exudes charm and popularity both among tourists and the locals. It’s one of the longest running malls and best shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sungei Wang opened for business in 1977 with 1.2 million square feet mall consists of seven shopping levels and three split-level basement parking spaces. The mall continually receives an average of two (2) million visitors on monthly basis. In year 1992, USD 10 million was invested and refurbishment of the retail floors. In late 2012, the mall went through its second massive refurbishment. The RM30million project saw massive changes to brighter painted ceilings and floor tiles, a freshly repainted façade, upgraded lift lobbies, improved all signage as well as centre court. In addition, a RM2.3million covered walkway is built along the mall’s frontage on Jalan Sultan Ismail which replaces old Fiesta Street to ‘Sungei Wang Walk’ as well as 132meter covered walkway links Jalan Imbi to Sungei Wang and Bukit Bintang’s Monorail Station. Known as one of the happening malls in town for its events and promotions since 90’s until today, Sungei Wang is the home for numerous popular international and local artistes, fashion shows, countdown concerts, festive season stage showcases and also not forgetting corporate social responsibility programs. There just isn’t a quiet day at Sungei Wang. Having won the ‘Best Shopping Complex’ award several times including Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Tourism Awards 2011 Award for Excellence in Shopping Mall Category and the prestigious FIABCI Prix d’Excellence under the Special Award (Retail Properties Category) in 1996. It certainly lives up to the title with its effervescent atmosphere, great bargains and year-long activities. Its maze of low to midrange stores sells everything from very affordable clothes and accessories to footwear, electronic items, home décor and various paraphernalia. This is an ideal place for teens and those shopping on a budget. Sungei Wang offers visitors more than 800 retail outlets in one shopping haven complete with ample parking spaces and functional facilities. It stands right outside Bukit Bintang KL Monorail train station and Bukit Bintang MRT station and is walking distance to several malls in the area. Culture Street @ Sungei Wang – Sungei Wang collaborates with Karyaneka, a subsidiary of Malaysian Handicraft Corporation, Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia. Karyaneka will be the Culture Street operator to feature Malaysian finest local craftsmen and artisan. A place where you will get all variety of authentic Malaysian products, souvenirs and gifts. Sungei Wang positions itself as a vibrant shopping hub in the heart of Kuala Lumpur with repertoire of choices in fashion, accessories, mobile phones, gadgets, beauty and many more at affordable rates for all kinds of shoppers. The past 40 years recorded a colourful history of success and distinguished awards for Sungei Wang. Even though swarm by many challenging competitors, the road ahead is undeniably bright and undefeated.
Neighborhoods
The main retail centre of the city, Bukit Bintang is popular as a site of retail therapy, with many international franchises and high-end luxury brands. From food to fashion, spend a fun evening window shopping among some of the most world-famous clothing stores, and tuck into cheap and tasty food in the same area. In KL’s Golden Triangle, the malls are close together, so grab a cool bubble tea or two on the go.
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Bukit Bintang
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The main retail centre of the city, Bukit Bintang is popular as a site of retail therapy, with many international franchises and high-end luxury brands. From food to fashion, spend a fun evening window shopping among some of the most world-famous clothing stores, and tuck into cheap and tasty food in the same area. In KL’s Golden Triangle, the malls are close together, so grab a cool bubble tea or two on the go.
Don’t turn in for the night just yet! Changkat Street is the ultimate place to get down and booze up. Catering to party people and pub-faithfuls, this street has everything you’d want in a good time on a night out. Malaysians love their nightlife – whether it’s partying their heart out or catching up over a nice simple cup of teh tarik – and be ready for a gastronomical trip, as a no outing is complete without food. Each bar and pub has their own specialty, from the local fusion meals to traditional English treats. The Whisky Bar especially is highly rated for its expansive collection of liquor and helpful guides in tastings for connoisseur tryouts alongside its pairing menu of seafood and steaks. If a more local taste is desired, head over to Opium KL for oriental fusion delights on their food and beverage menus. Don’t worry, opium is only in its name!
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Changkat Bukit Bintang
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Don’t turn in for the night just yet! Changkat Street is the ultimate place to get down and booze up. Catering to party people and pub-faithfuls, this street has everything you’d want in a good time on a night out. Malaysians love their nightlife – whether it’s partying their heart out or catching up over a nice simple cup of teh tarik – and be ready for a gastronomical trip, as a no outing is complete without food. Each bar and pub has their own specialty, from the local fusion meals to traditional English treats. The Whisky Bar especially is highly rated for its expansive collection of liquor and helpful guides in tastings for connoisseur tryouts alongside its pairing menu of seafood and steaks. If a more local taste is desired, head over to Opium KL for oriental fusion delights on their food and beverage menus. Don’t worry, opium is only in its name!
KLCC is the business hub of the country, hosting many international offices and shops. The neighbourhood of the Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC hosts some of the best state-of-the-art facilities that celebrate Malaysia through art galleries, science museums and a philharmonic hall. The number one tourist destination for pictures and hanging out, the KLCC Park and Convention Center are just some of the many areas to chill and take a scenic walk around. And if a little shopping needs to be done, the twin towers are surrounded by many international retail outlets catering to middle- to high-end budgets.
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Kuala Lumpur City Centre
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KLCC is the business hub of the country, hosting many international offices and shops. The neighbourhood of the Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC hosts some of the best state-of-the-art facilities that celebrate Malaysia through art galleries, science museums and a philharmonic hall. The number one tourist destination for pictures and hanging out, the KLCC Park and Convention Center are just some of the many areas to chill and take a scenic walk around. And if a little shopping needs to be done, the twin towers are surrounded by many international retail outlets catering to middle- to high-end budgets.

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Do not bring thick clothes
Malaysia is a tropical country. Our weather here is too hot for you to even bring your thick cloths.