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Where to Shop in Golden Triangle Kuala Lumpur

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Shopping Malls around Golden Triangle Bukit Bintang

Sungei Wang Plaza ,Jalan Bukit Bintang (direct bridge to Monorail Bukit Bintang), Bukit Bintang. Established in 1977, the seven-storey Sungei Wang is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most instantly recognizable shopping centers. A popular place among local teenagers where affordable prices are offered on fashion and street wears. Don’t expect branded and luxury brands showing up but you can definitely hook up garments cheap and nice. They also hold an extensive range of electronic and products and mobile devices. A great place to buy cameras and watches (discounts are given for cash payments, although credit cards are accepted). Sungei Wang also hosts a concentration of tailors of men’s and women’s clothing. This is a maze of a mall, take a compass with you to find your way out!

Shops

This 1.2 million sqft complex situatd in Golden Triangle Kuala Lumpur is well known for amassing an assortment of stores under one roof. The centre of the mall’s lower ground floor plays host to a large concourse in which a stage is occasionally set up to host live performances. Around this open space are selections of local designer clothing boutiques that specialise in young and funky fashion styles. Besides that, there are shops specialising in computers, cell phones and accessories such as chargers, casings and batteries.

Escalators lead to the ground floor where dozens more kiosks crowded together retail hand phones and their trimmings while more clothing and women’s costume jewellery stores encircle them in permanent store lots. The rest of the mall houses a variety of stores featuring products such as soft toys, games, watches, books, lifestyle items and entertainment. One of the city’s most famous tattoo parlours, Star Tattoo Studio, is located in the third floor. Also on the third floor is a designated IT zone (IT @ Sungei Wang) where you’ll find computers, IT hardware and software.

Divided into coloured zones the mall is easy to navigate and is one of the few places to get good deals on ladies apparel in KL. Dresses, tops, pants, skirts and more cost less than RM100 and besides Low Yat Plaza, Sungei Wang is also the best places for computer accessories. The sixth floor plays host to the T-Zone (also known as the Trendy Zone on The roof) – here you’ll find clothing stores catering to teenage fashion sense.

Food & Beverage

The Fiesta Street is the new sidewalk with a selection of restaurant which serves different cuisines including Italian, American, Chinese, South African etc. For people that wish to get food quick, fast food outlets are in abundance within the complex – KFC, Mac Donalds, Delifrance occupying corner lots. Famous Amos lives by its name with their cookies right on the first floor for people looking for tit bits.

Attractions & Activities

Sungei Wang is connected to the air-conditioned Bukit Bintang Plaza, which back in 1979, was once a large scale and popular, but now only plays host to anchor tenant, department store Metrojaya. Just outside the three-storey Metrojaya’s (also known as Metro to locals) front doors are a selection of mid-range kiosks that retail clothing and knick knacks.

The anchor tenant of Sungei Wang Plaza is the Parkson Grand. The department store houses an array of branded clothing lines for men, women and children ranging from different prices. The facilities equipped in the mall are complete with banks, phones and ATM located on each floor. The bridge interconnecting Lot 10, BB Plaza and Lot 10 is just right to the left of the main entrance, leading also to destinations like the monorail station. Puduraya bus terminal is just steps away from the mall.

TOURISM TAX NOTICE

Please be informed that Malaysia is implementing a TOURISM TAX of RM10.00 for hotel room rates on a per-room per-night basis for non-Malaysian. The implementation date is / was on 1st September 2017. This is in addition to the existing 10% Service Charge and prevailing Goods & Services Tax (GST).

You may obtain further information on Tourism Tax from the Royal Malaysian Custom Department website at www.gst.customs.gov.my.