Traveller Mala

Joined April 2017
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    Malaysia

    April 14, 2017 in Malaysia

    While planning a holiday to a foreign country, the very first question that you look to address is—how much is this trip going to cost me? Money is often the sole reason many of those travel bucket list items remain unticked. If this is why you have been keeping your holiday to Malaysia on hold, then let me tell you how to budget trip your way to Malaysia.
    Travel Option: Cheap and quick, you can check https://www.redbus.my/ for more information related to bus details. This online bus booking portals helps you to order tickets online and select an ideal bus from the wide list of reputed bus companies. Above all gives you good discounts.
    Star Hill Gallery
    One of the most premium shopping centers of Kuala Lumpur, The Star Hill Gallery is the upscale retail shopping destination. Open to the public since 1996, the center houses 100 renowned premium brands, luxury watch brands and contemporary luxury labels.
    The mall has a spacious open concept area where a variety of onstage events are held surrounded by café’s. If you have literally shopped till you drop, fret not! The shopping center has an exclusive spa and relaxation center famed as the pamper zone for you to relax and unwind.
    The Gardens Mall
    Another upscale shopping centers located in the heart of Malaysia, The Gardens is arguably one of Malaysia’s best and covers almost all that you might ever need. With more than 200 stores spread across its grand six storied building, you will never run out of options here. It houses brands from the world’s top most fashion designers and clothing lines and is a frequented place by a lot of well-known celebrities.
    Just 7 kilometers away from the Petronas towers, the Gardens Mall is spread across 9.7 acres. The Gardens was open to public in 2007 and since then it has always been a famous destination for Malaysians. For food lovers, the Gardens is sure not to disappoint you, a floor on the ground level has been dedicated to the food court. When in Malaysia, be sure to visit the Garden’s shopping mall without fail.
    Berjaya Times Square
    Denoted as one of the biggest shopping centers in Malaysia with 600 stores, the Berjaya Times Square has huge shops on its lower floors and plenty of tiny shops on the higher levels. Ever thought of sitting on an indoor roller coaster? Berjaya Times Square is here to fulfill this wish of yours.
    Quite popular among youngsters there’s a huge crowd essentially of tourists waiting to try out the one of a kind indoor roller coaster. The Berjaya Times Square is not just a shopping center but also an Entertainment center which makes it the best place to be at if you are accompanied by children.
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