Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Shopping in Bangsar

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Bangsar (proper)
Bangsar Shopping Centre (better known as BSC) is located along Jalan Maarof in Kuala Lumpur. This is a mini shopping centre and a favourite among expats and locals living in the Bangsar and Damansara Heights neighbourhood. The shopping centre is home to retailers offering apparel, jewelry, time pieces, home decor and furnishing, consumer electronics, sports goods and an upscale supermarket. BSC is a also a popular spot for meeting friends with
plenty of cafes and restaurants located here.

Another shopping mall in Bangsar is Bangsar Village, located at Jalan Ara. Like BSC, Bangsar Village is also popular with expats and locals living in the neighborhood. Shopping here include fashion, intimate wear, jewelry, shoes, bags, accessories, sports goods and personal care products. Beyond shopping, there are several restaurants and cafes located here. Bangsar Village 2 is linked to the original Bangsar Village by a covered pedestrian bridge.

Bangsar Village, Kuala Lumpur

Bangsar Village shopping centre

Mid Valley
The Mid Valley Megamall is really 'mega' with more than 400 retailers crammed into what claims to be one of Southeast Asia's largest shopping malls. Anchor tenants include big department stores and hypermarkets such as the Malaysian branch of AEON Japan called Jusco, local department store Metrojaya and French hypermarket Carrefour. If you need to change money, the lower ground floor has several money changers.

The adjacent Gardens at Mid Valley is anchored by several high-end retailers. Anchor tenants include Isetan, Robinson's, Marks & Spencer, GSC Signature and Market Place. Luxury labels here include Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Kate Spade, Mulberry, Coach, DKNY, Karen Millen and BCBG Maxaria. The mall will be linked to the Abdullah Hukum LRT Station in 2012 giving additional access option to shoppers.

Mid Valley Megamall by Craig

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