Friday, December 26, 2008

Malaysia's mind-boggling array of international class shopping complexes provides the ultimate shopping experience where incredible bargains are offered with a typical Malaysian smile.
Malaysia is truly a shopper's paradise & shopping is almost the national sport of Malaysia.
Malaysia is famous for its shopping where quality, variety and pricing is hard to beat.
Mega Sales carnival is held three times a year,
in March, August, and December and discounts galore are offered during this periods.
There is wide variety of shopping haunts in Malaysia like Modern air-conditioned one-stop all in inclusive Multi-storey Shopping Malls to sidewalk stalls, bazaars, and night markets ("pasar malam").
There is a large amount of malls in Malaysia, where one can hang out for browsing the shops, eating at the large variety of food outlets in the malls and enjoying all the activities there, such as bowling, archery or cinemas. Bintang Walk - The area has several ultra-modern shopping and commercial complexes. Shoppers have a choice of browsing through hundreds of shops at Lot 10, Sungei Wang Plaza, BB Plaza, Starhill and Kuala Lumpur Plaza. Jalan Ampang / Jalan Tun Razak - The area served by prestigious shopping complexes that boast international names as well as quality local products. Suria Shopping complex tops the list as the city's newest and classiest shopping complex. Ampang Park, Ampang Plaza and City Square house a wide range of shops including beauty salons, art galleries, exclusive boutiques, costume accessories and apparel from top to local designers.
There are many other places that you can visit such as Plaza Angsana - Johor Bahru, Kuantan Parade and Alor Star Parade. Langkawi - A dutyfree haven and there is plenty to buy on the island. In the main town center of Kuah, there are dozens of shops offering household items, clothing, leather goods, cosmetics, electronic products, cameras and liquor. An interesting mix of duty free shops can also be found at city centers and airports in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru & Penang.
An interesting experience for overseas visitors is the night markets or 'pasar malam' which begin their trading activities in the late afternoon The things that are uniquely Malaysia are handicrafts of local origin. They range from hand woven mengkuang fans, tribal carrier bags, stylish pottery, shadow puppets, pewter( A Shiny luster alloy ) – used in tableware, gift items etc. , intricate silverware, brassware. Originally an Indonesian craft, batik has made itself at home in Malaysia. You will find it in Penang, but Kelantan is its true home. Malaysian Batik is the best in the world ,
the bold designs and dazzling colors of Malaysian Batik set it apart from others within the region. One can also shop for items that come from fashion centers of the world. They are items like designer collections, elegant footwear, exclusive watches, optical items, and quality fabrics. Electrical appliances, electronic equipment, computers, and cameras are available too.
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