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Shopping Area - Mid Valley Megamall
Kuala Lumpur Guide - Shopping

Offering easy access to people living in Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya, Mid Valley is known as one of South-East Asia’s largest shopping mall.

One huge colossal Megamall with everything you need and won't need under one roof, its a great way to spend a whole day in one single Mall. With three floors spread over four wings, there are more than 400 shops spread over 5½ levels. Three well known and established department stores and supermarkets are Carrefour, Jusco and Metrojaya.

Mid Valley Megamall is also home to 18 cinemas recognised as Asia's largest cineplex, a 38 lane bowling centre, two food courts, MPH Bookstore which is regarded as the largest bookstore in Malaysia and a one stop IT centre.

Featuring various international brand like U2, Gucci, Giordano, Body Glove, Studio G, Padini, Renoma, and mony more. Besides apparel shops, there are tons of gifts and souvenirs shops where you can find the perfect gifts for your loved ones at a relatively low cost. There are many good cafιs and restaurants to choose from and has everything for everyone.

The Mid Valley Hindu Temple
The Sri Maha Sakthi Mohambigai Amman temple unique is its location. The 100-year-old place of worship is in the midst of the busy Mid Valley Mega Mall. The temple is guarded by two imposing figures that stand at the temple's entrance. The two giant statues, known as bhootangals, are guardians of the temple. Apart from the statues, there is a Bodhi tree with a statue of a meditating Buddha under it. These are accompanied by sculptures of Hindu and Chinese gods, along with some spiritual masters. The temple's distinctive architecture incorporates figurines of religious gurus like Shiridi Baba, Guru Nanak, Valmiki and Buddha all around the walls. The temple had undergone the Maha Kumbhabishegam (consecration) ceremony in 2002 and is popular with locals and foreign tourists. It is dedicated to goddess Mohambigai, a combination of Hindu goddess Parvathy, Saraswathy and Laxmi, representing power, knowledge and fortune respectively.

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur

Bukit Bintang Area I
Bukit Bintang Plaza, Sungei Wang, Low Yat and Imbi Plaza

Bukit Bintang Area II
Pavilion / Lot 10 / KL Plaza / Starhill / Berjaya Times Square

Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman
Little India / Sogo's / Pertama Complex

KLCC - Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Suria KLCC
Mid Valley
Mid Valley Megamall

Chinatown Or Petaling Street

Night Markets
Night Markets Or 'Pasar Malam'

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