Avenue K is not the place if you want to shop. Every store at Avenue K has a bigger and better counterpart at one of the many nearby malls.
Branding themselves as “Japan’s Favourite Shopping Mall,” LaLaport Mall will be the place to get all of the Japanese essentials.
Anyone looking for clothes for a Muslim occasion who doesn’t want to spend too much should definitely check this mall first.
Unless you’re forced to live or work in the Damansara City bubble, you’ll find nothing you need at Damansara City Mall.
A great place to hang out in, Sunway Pyramid Mall is where I’d want to go if I didn’t need to buy anything but just wanted to spend an afternoon somewhere comfortable.
When it comes to shopping, Paradigm Mall feels like a jack of all trades but a master of none. There isn’t a store category that dominates, nor is there one that is severely lacking.
MyTOWN Shopping Centre should be the first stop for those who’ve just moved into a new home and don’t want to spend too much.
This entire mall was built so that you could take something as dull as going to Tesco and turn it into a whole day event with lunch, light shopping, and maybe even a movie.
The vendors at the TTDI wet market are sort of a repeating sequence: chicken stall, fish stall, nasi kandar, fruit and veg stall, repeat
I don’t count on any store still being here the next time I visit, no matter what the website says