Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

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Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Pavilion is, perhaps, KL's most exemplary mall: it's truly massive (and keeps growing, now with an annex of Pavilion Elite), covers several floors of international consumer brands, and features dining and entertainment to last a long while. There's a stylised Tokyo Street in the 6th floor with eateries serving Japanese food, plus an impressive food court in the basement.


Shoppers will find their trip to Kuala Lumpur worthwhile to say the least. There are many ways to pursue your shopping needs from a shop house to a street stall, or from a night market (“pasar malam”) to a shopping mall. You may not always find exactly the same product but you have a lot of choice in price and quality. There are great shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur, namely Suria KLCC (just below the Twin Towers) and Mid Valley Megamall, Bangsar Village. However, the most famous area for shopping is Bukit Bintang, with the highest density of malls and shops in the city. You can find anything from the smartest Japanese hi-tech gadget to the latest French designer piece.