Kuala Lumpur Shopping ~ Bukit Bintang Area II
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• Lot 10
Offering a mixture of high end and middle level but more towards up-market
styles and a wide selection of world -renowned designer labels and products
such as shoes, handbags, fashion wear, jewellery, watches, cosmetics, etc.
This massive mega mall offers seven levels of fashion, dining, entertainment
and even luxury retail spaces.
The Pavilion features six
shopping precincts with a row of street facing duplex boutiques from all
over the world.
Popular no matter the day of
the week or time of day, the seven-storey lifestyle centre has six shopping
‘zones’ and a row of street boutiques.
It houses over 450 snazzy stores anchor shops include department store
Parkson Grand which spans three stories and Mercato Supermarket. At
Pavilion, Malaysian fashion brands like Jimmy Choo can be found alongside
big-ticket European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg,
Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace and Yves Saint Laurent.
The outdoor entertainment
area provides shoppers a mix of interesting restaurants, bars and cafes
while the indoor offers a fantastic cinema, spa and various interesting
choices of entertainment.
There is The Red Box karaoke
bar where you can belt tunes out at, or if you prefer the lure of the big
screen, head on over to the 13-screen Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC).
Other than that, the mall’s
top floors are home to spa outfits and beauty retailers like ADONIS Wellness
@ Seventh Heaven and Aster Spring Origin of Beauty.
There is a food court (Gourmet Emporium) on the lower ground floor where you
can get reasonably priced Korean, Japanese and local fare. Strategically
placed around the food court are upmarket restaurants like Manhattan Fish
Market, Dragon-I, Tony Roma’s and Madam Kwan’s. Cosmopolites usually dine at
Connection, an outdoor strip with restaurants such as Tom, Dick & Harry’s
Live and The Pressroom Bistro. These places provide entertainment (think
live local bands and televised soccer matches on projector screens) and
alcohol to go with their meals.
Another pioneer shopping mall located strategically at the corner of Jalan
Bukit Bintang. The mall is located along Bintang Walk, roughly between
Fahrenheit88 and BB Plaza & Sungei Wang Plaza.
This trendy building finished
in bright green would definitely catch your eye when walking along the main
Lot 10 maintains a nice
balance, with a handful of international brands amidst a handful of upmarket
local boutiques. One of the anchor tenants of Lot 10 is the Japanese
departmental store, Isetan.
It is one of the best
places to shop for branded apparel and offers over 100 stores serving up the
latest fashion and accessories from well-known designers. It’s become an
enclave of middle-upper class designer labels such as Timberland, Ed Hardy,
Nike, Topshop and more.
The five storey mall houses one of KL's very unique eateries named Hutong
which caters to the ‘best’ hawker food from around KL all in one place. It
is exceptionally clean and if you always wanted to try out the local KL
food, this is the place to do it.
This high end shopping mall houses only the top branded names in the
A great place to explore as the mall offers shopping, pampering,
entertainment and art.
Another unique standout here
is the stylish modern decorations and designs throughout the building,
Marble floors, piano music, everything is focused on luxury.
A couple of years ago the
'Gallery' was added to the official name of the mall, this is because it has
the largest watch gallery in the world. A total of seven floors, each of the
floors have a special name to identify them.
Set along the same retail belt as Starhill Gallery is Sephora, from the
renowned French cosmetics retailer, it is a one stop beauty centre.
It Features more than 250
brands of cosmetic products as well as boasting an in-house label of beauty
The store offers cosmetic and
beauty items that include makeup, skin care, fragrance, bath, body and hair
products as well as hair and makeup tools.
This is the latest mall to hit Jalan Bukit Bintang and is currently
classified as a trendy fashion mall. The name comes from the actual average
temperature of Kuala Lumpur.
Located right next to the
ultra luxurious Starhill Gallery with some 280 retail outlets.
The place handles a wide range
of mid-range fashion boutiques such as Hat Attack, Rip Curl, Uniqlo, Charles
& Keith, Tropicana Life and more.
K. Lumpur ~ Shopping
Bukit Bintang Area I
• Sungei Wang Plaza & Bukit Bintang Plaza • Low Yat Plaza • Berjaya Times
Bukit Bintang Area II
• Pavilion • Lot 10 • Starhill Gallery • Sephora • Fahrenheit 88
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)
• Suria KLCC
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman
• Bazar • Sogo • Pertama Complex
Towards Petaling Jaya
• Mid Valley Megamall • The Curve • One Utama
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