Budget Market

Budget Market in Kuala Lumpur

For those who love to shop, Malaysia is a heaven. Based on pricing, products, and location, shoppers have a wide range of possibilities. You should know something about the products you buy and have decent negotiating abilities. Due to the fact that the majority of the shops are brand outlets or fixed pricing shops, the goods in Pavilion Mall and Suria KLCC are pricey. Sungei Wang and Times Square both provide cheap places to purchase clothing, shoes, purses, and a variety of other products. You may also visit Petaling Street for inexpensive shopping. For clothing, KWC Shopping Mall is a viable alternative.

There is a vast selection of clothing available. Affordable IT lifestyle goods may be found in abundance in Low Yat Plaza. In reality, a shopping center’s quality and the product’s pricing determine the price. You may occasionally find high-quality goods at affordable prices. You must go through numerous stores’ worth of inventory to find products on a tight budget.

1. Sungei Wang Plaza

The oldest retail center in Kuala Lumpur is called Sungei Wang. In 1977, the mall was opened. It is constructed on 1.2 million square feet, with three split-level basement parking spots and seven levels of retail space. The shopping center is noticeable across from Lot 10 and next to Pavillion Mall.  Read More

2. Berjaya Times Square

One of the biggest buildings in the world, measured by floor area, is Berjaya Times Square. It is close to Bukit Bintang and connects to IMBI Monorail Station. The 48-story twin skyscrapers, hotel, indoor amusement park, and shopping center made up Berjaya Times Square.  Read More

3. Petaling Street

Petaling Street is a popular place street shopping. The place alson know as Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. There are many things to buy such as clothes, bags, shoes, hats, fragrances sunglass, accessories etc. Most of the product are copies of original brand’s product but the quality is still very good comparatively price. Read More

4. Plaza Low Yat

The largest IT Lifestyle mall in Malaysia is Plaza Low Yat. the shopping center next to Times Square in the center of Kuala Lumpur. Bukit Bintang and the IMBI Monorail station are both within walking distance. Read More

5. IMBI Plaza

The center of Kuala Lumpur’s IMBI plaza was formerly the country’s oldest electrical and IT shopping complex. Both the MRT station Bukit Bintang and the IMBI Monorail station are near to the market. Read More

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