KUALA LUMPUR (KL) - MALAYSIA CAPITAL

SHOPPING : Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman

 
 

This stretch of road is flanked on both sides by prewar buildings whose interesting facades have been preserved and re-adapted for modern businesses, mostly retailing. Walk through the archways of these shops for a shopping and cultural experience that goes back several decades.

 

This area enjoys a reputation as the grande dame of KL?s shopping. The stretch of road here is flanked on both sides by pre-war buildings. The interesting facades have been preserved and re-adapted for modern businesses, mostly retailing. Shops offer a wide range of fabrics & textiles, bags & luggage, carpets, sports goods and winter clothing. The nearby Jalan Masjid India and Lebuh Ampang are equally popular among shoppers. Walk through the narrow alleys to hunt for unique buys. A major shopping mall in this area is the Sogo Departmental Store. Other popular shopping complexes such as the Pertama Complex, Globe Silk Store, Kamdar and Tang Ling offer affordable shopping for those on a budget.

 
 

SOGO

 

This popular Japanese department store is a big draw among city dwellers for its diverse merchandise, from fashionwear, household items, electrical and electronics, to sports equipment. The store also offers a large selection of Japanese foodstuff.

 

Getting There:

Take the STAR LRT to the Bandaraya Station. Sogo is situated just across the road.

 
 
 

PERTAMA COMPLEX

 

One of the earlier shopping complexes in the city, it has mid to budget-price items such as sportswear, shoes, handbags, watches, photographic equipment and electronic goods.

 
 
 

MAJU JUNCTION, GLOBE SILK STORE,

KAMDAR & TANG LING

 

These stores, located along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, offer affordable shopping for those on a budget. Popular items are adults? apparel, children?s clothes, textiles, furnishing and bric-a-brac.

 
 
 

JALAN MASJID INDIA

 

Running parallel to Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, this street is lined by shops selling Indian items such as sarees, sandalwood oil, bangles, silver anklets, gold jewellery, brassware and Indian silver tableware. Other items include religious paraphernalia, handicrafts, herbs and perfumed oils.

 
 
 

MAJU JUNCTION

We Have It All...

 

Only Maju Junction can offer you the one-stop convenience of paying you bills, discussing you MyKad needs or sorting out any financial issues whilst at the same time shopping from an exciting and reasonably priced range of products.

 

And if that is not enough then you can even get married and have breakfast, lunch and dinner at selection of scrumptious food outlets at the Pesona Food Court and various food outlets throughout the mall... but save enough time for that fabulous shopping! Befitting its name, Maju Junction Mall is strategically located at an intersection at a popular district in downtown Kuala Lumpur. It?s an ideal place for affordable, modern and stylish shopping with over 70 lifestyle, convenience and specialty outlets.

 

 

Need new shoes, belts, accessories? Perhaps a new sun dresses for your beach holiday, or a fun pair of flip-flops? The boutique concept shops in Maju Junction Mall have something for everyone including the latest fashions. Shop for leading labels like Esprit, Hush Puppies, Guess Kids, Nichii Fashion City, Ms Read and B Boss or amble through the display of funky accessories and edgy styles at the many budget outlets and colourful bazaars at the ground floor and the Souk Al-Tar. Tuck into a sumptuous feast at the numerous food & beverage outlets including the popular Pesona Food Court serving a variety of enticing food for you to choose from. Or if you must have your fast foods, order up your choice meals at Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Kyros Kebab, Kenny Rogers and Starbucks. Wind down at The Cotton Club ?jazzaurant? which flaunts an opulent bar with white leather sink-in sofas where you can enjoy a cocktail or two after work or party the night away.

 
 

 NIGHT MARKET

Step out of the confines and comfort of the shopping malls and take in some serious street shopping. Malaysia?s street-style shopping is a concoction of bazaars, flea markets and the ever-present ?pasar malam? or night market, and is certainly a major, if not popular element of the local culture.

 

Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman is closed to traffic between 5:00pm - 10:00pm every Saturday and transforms into a night market where petty traders and hawkers sell an assortment of goods in the open air. The night market offers visitors an interesting place to walk through and perhaps pick up some casual attire, local products, clothing as well as sample some local delicacies. Drop in at any street mart nationwide and you will be assaulted by a mix of colours and aromas that paint a picture vibrant enough to provide endless snapshots, fun experiences and best of all, a bag full of bargains. Browse through jewellery, ornaments and accessories, trendy apparels, home furnishings, handicrafts, food and other knick-knacks. Our open marts offer many surprises to catch your fancy, all at rock bottom prices.

 

So, brace yourself for a fun-filled shopping adventure on Malaysian streets - remember though, bargaining is a must. It is after all, one of the best parts of local street shopping.

While street shopping is a not-to-be-missed affair, these days shoppers will find that the streets have moved into the comfortable environs of shopping malls. The 2 in 1 combo offers a delightful choice of shopping for traditional departmental store items as well as knick-knacks that typically can only be found at street stalls.

 
 
 
SHOPPING : Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
KUALA LUMPUR (KL) - MALAYSIA CAPITAL