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Shopping around Kuala Lumpur that won't hurt your pocket


ICC Pudu or its full name Integrated Commercial Centre Pudu is a newly opened centre which houses a wet market, food court, multi-purpose hall and a banquet hall.  Most of its occupants came from the former Imbi market.  For typical local Chinese cuisine, you may want to try out a few of these hawker food favourites such as Ah Fook Chee Yong Tau Fu, Ginger wine egg noodle soup, Hian Kee Char Kuay Teow, Nyonya cakes, Ah Weng Koh Hainan Kopitiam and  Chee Cheong Fan, Sam Kee Wantan Mee, Curry Mee, Kampong Chicken Rice, Yeng Jie Curry Noodles and many more.  ICC is located beside Pudu Plaza at Jalan 1/77C, Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The next place to visit is the Berjaya Times Square located right in front of Furama Bukit Bintang hotel.  Berjaya Times Square has over 600 shops, ranging from huge stores at the lower levels to numerous small shops at the higher levels. It contains a theme park with an indoor roller coaster, which makes it the perfect mall to visit if you are traveling with children. You will enjoy shopping and at the same time be entertained by various fun activities.

Not too far off from Berjaya Times Square is the Kenanga Wholesale City also known as KWC.  KWC comprises of retail shops where you will find some of the cheapest prices for things like handbags, women's fashion, accessories and shoes.  The more items you buy, the better the price you get. All shops cater to products for both men and women, fashion accessories, handbags, leather goods, kids’ wear, traditional wear, Islamic fashion, sportswear and shoes.

Plaza Low Yat offers cheap electronic items located in the Bukit Bintang area. It is Kuala Lumpur’s biggest electronics and IT mall and the cheapest place in the city if you want to buy a camera, computer, computer peripherals or an iPod.  The ground floor offers laptops and tablets, the second, third and fourth floors offers cameras, iPods, cell phones and more computers. Each floor is themed and will only sell specific items on that particular floor which makes it easy for you to find your item. Plaza Low Yat is right next to Sungei Wang Plaza and a five-minute walk from Berjaya Times Square. 

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