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Southampton, New York
April 21, 2006
From journal KL
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
November 7, 2005
From journal Around Kuala Lumpur
October 26, 2004
StarHill- Looking for designer wear? This is the place to be. The anchor tenant is Tangs (from Singapore), but it houses smaller boutiques as well. Outside, there are sidewalk cafes where shoppers can rest their feet and watch the world go by while they sip their tea.
Lot 10 is where shoppers head for the latest in fashion trends. The anchor tenant is Isetan, who is from Japan.
Mid-end to budget:
Sungei Wang Plaza is right across the monorail station. This mall is the favourite among the locals, particularly among the young and hip-hop ones. There are about 500 outlets here offering a wide range of merchandise, from furniture to cheap trinkets. It is the best place for cheap fashion wear, footwear, and accessories; or simply a good place to spend a leisurely afternoon. If you need to eat, there is a variety of food to chose from here. From sushi to burgers, shoppers are simply spoilt for choice.
Times Square is the latest new kid on the block, and touted as the largest shopping mall in Southeast Asia. There are countless of shops selling a huge range of merchandise, but the star attraction here is the indoor theme park located on the 6th floor.
Imbi Plaza is a run-down building(in contrast to the others) that has devoted itself to selling all things related to the computer. This is THE place to hunt for computer accessories and software (although the authenticity may be questionable).
Out of the Golden triangle
The mid-valley mega-mall is located between Kuala Lumpur central and Petaling Jaya, at Jalan Syed Putera. This mall spans a total of 8km, housing 400 retail shops, offices, a 680-room hotel, an 18-screen Golden Screen Cinema, and a 38-lane bowling alley. The anchor tenants here are Carrefour Hypermart, Jusco, and Metrojaya. What more could a shopper want?
From journal Eating and Shopping in Kuala Lumpur