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Best 2 shopping hotspots in Malaysia and reach them by bus
Kuala Lumpur and Bukit Bintang is considered to be a one of a kind shopping convention in Malaysia. The malls here house some of the most premier and luxurious brands. Shopping here will surely pinch your pockets but you will definitely be happy with the experience. Featuring brands like Louis Vuitton, Gucci ad Hermes the malls also feature their very own indoor theme park. If you are looking forward to buy some cool gadgets you should head to the Yat Plaza. People also flank these places for its exciting range of dining options catering to local and global cuisines.
The buses that ply in Malaysia are well known throughout the world for their punctuality. There are bus stops right outside the entrances of both these malls so there is no hassle of interchanging buses. I personally recommend you to book your bus tickets from
as it will spare you the ordeal of carrying cash and change with you all the time. You can pre book your bus tickets, pay for them online and just forget your wallets at home.� Traveling by bus is catching up with the Malaysians in recent times thanks to low cost and reliable services.
Berjaya Times Square
It is the go to place for youngsters. It is located right opposite the Amoda office block and is 48 storeys tall. It is a shopper’s paradise. Since the mall is located in the commercial hubs of Malaysia, it is quite well connected by bus. Buses arrive at the Berjaya Times Square at regular intervals of 15 minutes. There is absolutely no need to hail a taxi as traveling by bus is the most convenient and economical mode of reaching here. The mall is home to more than 1000 retail outlets and 65 different food outlets. Shopping here will definitely leave you spoilt for choices. The mall opened to the people in the year 2003 and has since then seen millions of visitors. With 650 rooms, a pool, gym and a sauna the Berjaya Times Square does not fail to impress on any front! Book your bus tickets now and have a lifetime of an experience at this man made marvel.
Isetan Kuala Lumpur
The mall has some of the highest amount of Japanese made items. It is located in the prime area of Bukit Bintang and can be easily reached by bus. Although it is connected to the Bukit Bintang monorail station, I still recommend you to reach here by bus as the monorail experiences frequent delays. The Isetan mall stands tall at six storeys and has all imported products on display. Baked goods, wines, snacks and alcoholic beverages, the mall has it all! There is also a huge food court here housing the usual fast food chains. There are some restaurants here that will serve you authentic Japanese dishes. I recommend you to visit the super market as there are quite a few unusual things for sale that might be of some use to you!!
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