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You can find the one and only Designers at Debenhams and National Geographic Store in Malaysia. Lot 10 is the conspicuous green giant with a “Forest in the City” offering the city’s first rooftop brasserie at Teeq and Rootz dance club.
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Lot 10 is a five-storey mall located along Bintang Walk, central KL’s main shopping and entertainment district. One of the city’s oldest malls, it houses a mix of local boutiques, one-off concept stores and international brands.
Lot 10 is a five-storey mall located along Bintang Walk, central KL’s main shopping and entertainment district.
Lot 10, is part of the golden triangle shopping mall now. There is now have Best cheese cake in town @The Tokyo Restaurant.
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“Fahrenheit88 is a modern mall near opposite of Pavilion KL. It used to be known as KL Plaza, but the new owner wanted to rename the mall after a huge renovation. Fahrenheit88 has some very nice stores. At the top floor you find Signature IT, a huge IT department store. Fahrenheit88 became one of the places to be among locals because of the huge Uniqlo clothing shop that occupies a few floors.”
- Poleca 18 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Established in 1977, the seven-storey Sungei Wang is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most instantly recognizable shopping centres. Locals hail it as one of the cheapest places for retail therapy while foreigners say that it’s a convenient pit stop in the city’s Golden Triangle quadrant.”
- Poleca 15 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a shopping centre situated in the Bukit Bintang district in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia”
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“Large shopping mall with more than 1,000 stores offering fashion, food & entertainment.”
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“Starhill Gallery is one of those ritzy shopping malls where you are almost afraid to touch things. Ambient lighting, soft jazz music playing in the background and carpeted floors that mask any sound your feet might make, results in this being a red carpet retail experience like no other. The hushed atmosphere is exacerbated by smiling, smartly dressed doormen waiting to usher you into stores: coupled with the muted atmosphere, their ever-present presence makes you feel like you have to speak in whispers. You may ask, since Starhill Gallery offers the same haute couture stores all under one roof, as Pavilion KL, what makes it so different? Well, the answer to that is simple – Starhill Gallery is an experience, and a decadent one at that. Developed by the YTL Corporation, Starhill Gallery is the most upscale, luxury retail mall in the prominent Bukit Bintang district. Opened in 1996, it houses more than 100 renowned luxury timepiece and jewellery brands and dozens of other contemporary luxury labels. The 250,000sqft ritzy retail podium was originally anchored by the Singapore-based Tangs departmental store until it shut down in 2004 due to ‘poor financial returns from its expansion abroad’. The mall was renovated in 2005, with renowned American architect David Rockwell at the helm of the project, which resulted in its current glass dome-like façade. At the end of 2010, Starhill Gallery – along with its YTL brother, Lot 10 – began another bout of renovations and both malls remain open despite these widespread refurbishments. The main concourse is a spacious open-concept area which plays host to a stage as well as exclusive cafés that surround it. The seven-storey shopping centre has escalators in this area and elevators are located at the back section of the mall beside the well-kept bathrooms. The first floor of the mall is largely occupied by jewellery and luxury watch brands such as Maurice Lacroix, M Missoni, Korloff, Davidoff, Rado and more; each year Starhill Gallery plays host to Asia’s largest luxury watch and jewellery showcase. Alternatively, if you’re looking to relax and unwind in the middle of the day, then the third floor of the mall is home to a 50,000sqft spa and relaxation centre (known as the Pamper Zone) – this area has 93 treatment rooms and includes services by some of the best therapists in KL. The lower ground floor of the plays host to the expansive Feast Village – a food court that really isn’t your average eatery; the ultra posh food quad plays host to a dozen award-winning restaurants that sport trendy design and fashionable themes. Noteworthy is Fisherman’s Cove – a makeshift boathouse-like restaurant (set with bamboo furniture, faux sails, masts and nets) that features a fresh seafood menu; booths at the mezzanine floor resemble bamboo sheds. The restaurant has been the recipient of the Best Restaurant award from Time Out and the Malaysian Tatler magazine in 2006, 2008 and 2010 respectively. Meanwhile, Jake’s Charbroil Steaks (a branch of the 24-year veteran of the steak-and-seafood industry) is also located in the Feast Village. Featuring an old cowboy town atmosphere with dining booths hewn from 24-year-old Scandinavian pine and Wild West décor, the eatery is an especially popular venture in Starhill Gallery and come dinnertime it’s usually crowded. Additionally, the iconic The Village Bar – with stacked glass bottle pillars, colourful pendant lights and clear bar stools, is a must-visit drinking joint; the posh watering hole has five bars dividing its drink selection offering beer, wine, hard liquor, rice wine and soft drinks bars. Starhill Gallery sits directly adjacent to Pavilion KL and is connected to the five-star JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur hotel. Cosmetics behemoth Sephora is located beside it and just down the road is the sister venture of Pavilion KL, the newly-opened Fahrenheit 88. Starhill Gallery faces Jalan Gading and Jalan Bukit Bintang and is also linked to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel by a sky bridge. ”
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