Shopping in Malaysia: personal experience
Kuala Lumpur is simply created for shopping lovers, despite the fact that until recently, the only decent attention to the shopping center in the city was Suriya KLCC, located at the foot of the twin towers. However, relatively recently, literally a 5-minute walk away from him, rose no less worthy shopping center – Pavillion. On the first floors of both buildings there are giant decorative cosmetics departments, facial and body skin care products and perfumery. Here, besides the usual suit, you can find wonderful products of Bobbi Brown (for some reason, this brand has not yet been brought to Russia, although it deserves all sorts of attention), Laura Mercier, Benefit, Anna Sui (in one of the arrivals I bought a limited perfume, which unfortunately never seen anywhere else) and t.D. and T.NS. For every taste.
Pavillion. Separate attention here, perhaps, deserves a monobrange store Club Monaco. It always has excellent basic things of excellent quality at immutable low prices. I sincerely sorry that Club Monaco is only in Asia and America. There is also a cheapest Forever 21, in which you can always dig something interesting if you want to stockday time. Separately, mark MARC by MARC Jacobs, the second cheaper line of the famous designer. The bulk of the above-mentioned brands is American, which favorably affects the price due to the low dollar course.
With shoes in Kuala Lumpur not very. It is also clear, after all, 32 degrees of heat and winter, and in summer. Summer shoes and very medium quality. But, of course, there are very reliable options, however, the designers. In this regard, I can recommend entering the American brand Stuart Waitzman (Suriya). Excellent quality and acceptable price. More budget, but also a decent option can be chosen in Nine West (Suriya).
In order to supplement the picture of Kuala Lumpursk stores, it should be noted that there is Avenue K next to Suriya (each time it goes there, then a wandering on semi-empty squares, we think: why did we do it?), and next to Pavillion (across the road) STAR HILLS (if diamonds want to buy or go to beauty salons; we were several times in Kanebo – it seems nothing, but without delight). Tearing from shopping trips, you can find a cup of flavored coffee in Starbucks, which is 2 steps from Pavillion and opposite Star Hills.
Yes, on the upper floors of Suriya KLCC and Pavillion have excellent bookstores, where you can find a lot of great books that you have long dreamed of reading. I, for example, I have long been looking for literature on the Sintoism and in general on religions that are confessed in Japan, but only in Kuala Lumpur I was lucky and I found several very worthy publications on the right topic.