Kuala Lumpur shopping

Top Choice Fashion & Accessories in Lake Gardens, Brickfields & Bangsar

Nala's Kampung House

Lisette Scheers is the creative force behind the Nala brand of homewares, stationery, accessories and other arty items. All her products embody a contemporary but distinctly local design aesthetic and are beautifull…
Top Choice Mall in Bukit Bintang, KLCC & Pudu

Pavilion KL

Pavilion sets the gold standard in KL's shopping scene. Amid the many familiar international brands, there are some good local options, including for fashion British India and the more affordable Padini Concept Stor…
Top Choice Antiques in Chinatown, Merdeka Square & Bukit Nanas

Museum of Ethnic Arts

Although billed as a museum, the bulk of items are for sale in this extraordinary private collection of tribal arts from Borneo. You'll also find Nonya ceramics, Tibetan thangka paintings, Chinese paintings and porc…
Top Choice Art in Lake Gardens, Brickfields & Bangsar

Pucuk Rebung

Specialising in antiques and fine arts, this is one of the best places in KL to find quality pieces of local craft as well as pricier Malay ethnological items. It's worth dropping by for a browse and a chat with the…
Top Choice Art in Masjid India, Kampung Baru & Northern KL

A+ Works of Art

Joshua Lim is the knowledgeable director of this commercial art space exhibiting a good range of contemporary works by local artists. Among the talents represented here, ask to see the wonderful postcard art of Chan…
Top Choice Mall in Kuala Lumpur


Art, shopping, dining and social life are all in harmony at this innovative mall, 10 minutes' drive north of Bangsar. There's a good handicrafts market on the last Sunday of the month.
Mall in Lake Gardens, Brickfields & Bangsar

Bangsar Village I & II

These twin malls, the main focus of Bangsar, are linked by a covered bridge. Together they offer plenty of upmarket fashions, including local designers as well as pretty much all your other shopping needs from groce…
Homewares in Lake Gardens, Brickfields & Bangsar

Kedai Bikin

Managed by home-grown architects and designers, this furniture and home accessories shop turns retro furniture into contemporary showpieces. For example, the famous cord chairs – once staples of Malaysian homes – ar…
Mall in Bukit Bintang, KLCC & Pudu

Lot 10

Fronted by branches of fashion retailers H&M and Zara, this mall's star turn is Isetan The Japan Store, a department which curates the best of Japanese products.
Market in Bukit Bintang, KLCC & Pudu

Pudu Market

Arrive early to experience KL's largest wet (produce) market at its most frantic and visceral. Here you can get every imaginable type of fruit, vegetable, fish and meat – from the foot of a chicken slaughtered and b…