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Berjaya Times Square
Its currently the 13th biggest shopping mall in the world boasting 12 floors of retail space. Initially aimed at the upper-echelon of shoppers, the mall is currently positioned as a middle-class shopping mall targeted at the younger crowds. For entertainment, it has the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia (Berjaya Times Square Theme Park) located on the 7th floor of the building. The mall also has a 3D-Imax theatre on the top floor of the retail podium.

Starhill Gallery
Starhill Gallery is probably the ritziest and luxurious mall in the whole of Kuala Lumpur alongside Suria KLCC. A Louis Vuitton flagship outlet flank the exterior facade of this grand structure. Renowned fashion houses here include Gucci, Fendi, Valentino just to name a few. There is a Food Galore on the Lower Ground floor which renders an excellent culinary experience in a cosy setting that exudes grandeur.

Pavilion KL
Built in late 2007, this grand shopping mall is targeted at the premier segment of shoppers. The Pavilion contains more than 450 retail shops spread across seven floors and anchor tenants include Parkson, Tangs, Golden Screen Cinemas and Harvey Norman. International brands housed here include Burberry Prosum, Esprit (occupies four floors), Gucci, Herm├Ęs, Hugo Boss, Juicy Couture, Prada and Versace. Other well-known labels include Paul Frank, Juicy Couture, Kiehl's, Thomas Pink, YSL, Jean Paul Gaultier, Zegna, Dianie Von Furstenburg, Bebe and Shanghai Tang. Several eateries and cafes also exist in the shopping mall including fast food restaurants, coffeehouse chains and a food court.

Pavilion Mall, Kuala Lumpur
The Pavilion shopping mall

Fahrenheit 88
Renamed and refurbished, Fahrenheit 88 (previously known as KL Plaza) is poised to be the new hub for the young and trendy shoppers of Kuala Lumpur. The mall consists of 300,000 square feet of floor space spread across five floors. The mall offers a wide range of merchandise including fashion, jewelry, personal care products and leather goods. There are also designated zones for Japanese and Korean fashion consisting of an entire floor each.

Lot 10
When opened in 1991, Lot 10 was considered Malaysia's equivalent of Harrods with designer stores like Aigner and Versace. Over the span of two decades, time has taken a toll against competition from newer shopping malls. However, the mall has undergone extensive
refurbishment and now home to labels such as Debenham (occupying three floors), Addidas, Timberland, Hush Puppies, Shinju Pearls and Tower Records. If food is your thing, a cornucopia of Malaysia's best food is located at the food court on the lower-ground floor.

Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur

Lot 10 in Bukit Bintang

Low Yat Plaza
One of the early shopping malls in Bukit Bintang and remains the ultimate one-stop centre when shopping for electronic gadgets. The ratio between IT outlets and F&B outlets are 70:30. Do not let its fading white-hues fool you as it has a wide range of electronic goods selling at bargain prices. Do not always be fooled by the pricing as some unscrupulous sellers may have switched original components with fakes and therefore verify before purchasing.

Sungei Wang Plaza
Though opened in 1977, it remains popular with the locals and even tourists searching for bargains, though targeted more towards the younger crowd. Merchandise include clothing, trendy fashion, shoes, bags and luggage,
cameras, electronic gadgets, computers, toys, games and accessories. Local designer clothes found here are very affordable with shirts and tops priced between MYR15 and MYR50. 
 
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