Books are a bit expensive in Malaysia but no worries, here’s a list of where you can find new and used books at cheaper prices.
You can find BookXcess in Amcorp mall, Fahrenheit88, and SS15 courtyard. BookXcess sells brand new books at an incredibly cheaper price than other bookstores. That RM 50++ book you paid for at other bookstores would cost you around RM17 ++ at BookXcess. No worries, they’re all new and original!
- Reader’s Paradise
The book shop is in business since the late 1900s and despite the fact that it focuses on rental services, feel free to purchase any books you like!
Too lazy to go out? Shop secondhand books online at bookup.my. They also offer free delivery for orders above RM 50. You may buy and sell your used books. Brilliant isn’t it?
Kuala Lumpur isn’t really a fashion capital but it sure has everything you need, from designer brands to back alleys and flea market…
- Central Market
Pop into central market on Jalan Hang Kasturi for some unique local handicraft and other quirky souvenirs.
This mall is filled with boutiques selling affordable (read: super cheap) shoes, clothes, bags basically everything!
- Pavilion Shopping Mall
Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Bvlgari, Prada, TOD’s…and so much more. Need we say more?
- Petaling Street
Hanging out at local food stalls and shopping some bargainable goods is your idea of an ideal weekend? Head to Petaling Street!
There’s only one place to shop for gadgets in Kuala Lumpur and that is…
- Low Yat Plaza
Spanning seven floors, this shopping mall is packed with shop lots selling technological gadgets, smartphones, laptops, cameras, desktops and so much more.
Next time you’re visiting Malaysia, make sure you book a nearby hotel so you would have amazing shopping experiences! Plus, few… well, to be honest, most of the shopping malls building are connected to hotels. You can also check out this entry about 30 free activities you can do in Malaysia. Also, check out Tripfez website for more information on Muslim-friendly packages around the world