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Kuala Lumpur Pavilion Sdn Bhd, the same company managing Pavilion KL, spent RM100 million on major renovations to KL Plaza, and renaming it Fahrenheit 88 . This is funky establishment, lots of fun, with a great many shops on over five floors with every major high-street name in fashion, maternity, home ware, children's goods and sports represented. Look out for the Japanese Parkamaya on the third floor. This is a riot of video gaming, coffee, and offbeat designer stores at amazing prices (ladies' tops from RM33). Kids will enjoy the DC Comics Superheroes outfits and props.

Parkamaya at Fahrenheit is a must

Also watch out for Aldo for shoes, Hush Puppies, Teddy Farm (stuffed toys), Ripcurl, Charles & Keith (more shoes), Revolution (various shoe brands like Dr Martens), New Balance, BookXcess where books go for as low as RM5, Minimalist Lab for geometrical jewellery pieces and Uni Qlo . The basement Brands Outlet is bursting with colour and huge options with polo tees from RM50 for two and men's casual shirts at RM69 for a pair. Not bad at all. Decent workmanship too.

The ultra-upmarket and revamped Starhill is a popular shopping stop and watering hole. Most major designer brands and fashion labels are represented and there's a whole floor devoted to exquisite timepieces, making Starhill the largest retail watch hub in Asia. There’s Maurice Lacroix, Hermes, Audemars Piguet and Rolex. Debenhams has its largest Southeast Asian flagship store here. It carries young fashion labels by highly anticipated British designers Matthew Williamson, Ben de Lisi, Jasper Conran and Julien Macdonald.

Elsewhere in Starhill, pop into Dior , Kenzo, Valentino, Sergio Rossi, M Missoni, Leo, Alexander McQueen or Louis Vuitton, or drop by the funky basement cafes and the even funkier toilet. The male toilet is a dark Arab street recreation with shale tiles, claustrophobic corridors and water piped through bamboo shafts. The Dior and Louis Vuitton shops are adjoining the JW Marriott lobby for ease of spend. The designer brand floor is appropriately called the "Indulge" level at the elevator. Look for this when you press the button. Try local designer Khoon Hooi 's (F19B, tel: [60-3] 2142-6032) contoured, feminine dresses at his flagship store. Or visit Rolex (tel: 2141- 3811) for a luxury timepiece. The Gallery (tel: [603] 2143-3323) on the Muse Floor features local artists and runs different shows from time to time. Dress your home up in pure lux with furnishings and accessories from Armani Casa and Tiffany Lamps. Also on the same floor, spot Davidoff cigars . Plenty of food rest stops are around at places like the Arabic Tarbush or the mod multi-cuisine Shook.

Beauty junkies have been fussing over Sephora Malaysia (located right in front of Starhill Gallery). The 10,000sq ft of space, spread over two levels, stocks beauty brands like Urban Decay, Bare Minerals, Too Faced and Soap & Glory. The second level has expanded to include services such as facial treatments and spas.

Just opposite the road from here on the other side of Jalan Bukit Bintang near the Grand Millennium hotel is longtime music store Bentley Music where you can strum guitars and plonk on assorted keyboards.

Pavilion mall, COACH

Fashion gurus continue to buzz over the city’s seven-storey Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (Jalan Bukit Bintang); the long awaited couture revolution. The results are striking. Think sophisticated interiors, soft carpets and huge mirrors mixing with plenty of hot fashion names. We’ve fallen in love with Gucci, COACH, Canali, Giuseppe Zanotti, TOD'S, Versace, BVLGARI , DKNY, Zegna and Hermes. Also find brands like Aigner, Longchamp, Montblanc, Rolex, Salvatore Ferragamo, IWC Schaffhausen watches, Xixili, Braun, Sony Ericsson, Swatch, AIX Armani Exchange, Dorothy Perkins, Kate Spade, G2000, Tommy Hilfiger, Zara, Guess, Celine, Geox shoes, Prada, Paris Hilton and Bread & Butter. Men in search of that simple cut yet with definite swagger will be delighted to spot the new BLACKBARRETT boutique. Add cult-fav Toms to the list (5.04.00, Level 5) for its range of comfortable and stylish shoes. Stylistas rejoice, for the Bohemian appeal of darling brand Tory Burch (Lot 2.69.01 Level 2) arrives at Pavilion with its signature geometric patterns and block colours.

Add local brand Variante (Lot 4.25.11) to your retail-therapy experience. Stock up on its colourful kaftans with diamantes and button-up chiffon dresses in bold prints and colours – great for the more mature and classy gal (the boutique also carries sizes that accommodate plus-sized women). Prices are equally seductive. Havaianas (Lot 4.52.00) makes its debut with flip-flops in every imaginable colour, pattern and design. Kids’, men’s, women’s and unisex ranges are all available as well as the iconic Brasil collection. Malaysian Goh Ling Yi’s exquisite, bold handcrafted jewellery displays an interesting mix of unusual gemstones at La Putri (Lot 3.32.00). Bling yourself to oblivion with bangles and earrings all gold embossed with animal print textures, black and silver cufflinks, jewel embellished watches and whimsical pendants and rings.

DC Comics Superheroes (Level 5, tel: 2143-3882) attracts comic fans with its flagship store, packed with a wide array of official DC Comics t-shirts, apparel and memorabilia. New to the block are Bauhaus (Level 4); Bell & Ross (Level 3) for elegant watches; Bottega Veneta (Level 2) for leather handbags and wallets; and Karen Millen (Level 2) for glam fashion. Or swoon over perfectly formed arches and exquisite heels at Jimmy Choo (Level 2). Discover sexy lace-up high heels in grand colours plus a selection of sunglasses and bags. At Club 21 (Level 3), find such cult labels as Jil Sander and Phillip Lim; or dress up in Simone Rocha, Hale Bob, Helmut Lang, Victoria Beckham jeans from multi-brand boutique M Pavilion (Level 3). Anchor tenant – Parkson – is riding on the Korean wave by including high street brands Spao, Mixxo and Who.A.U on their racks. For extra baggage, there’s Tumi (2.54, Level 2).

Sephora: cosmetics pit-stop

Check out Morgan, Celio, Diane Von Furstenberg (3.33.00, Level 3), and new entrants Moschino, MCM, Davidoff and Loewe. Fashion Avenue is Pavilion KL’s newest precinct, attracting trend-conscious shoppers with such stores as Ben Sherman, Fred Perry, Jo Malone and Sacoor Bothers. Where to start? For serious home décor and furnishings, head to the sixth floor – there's Molecule (6.24.01-02) for retro accessories such as miniature kid sofas, funky ashtrays and clocks, Calligaris (6.19 & 6.20) for ultra-cool furniture designs and Typo (Level 4) for affordable notebooks, wall art and desk accessories. At the one-stop Muji , up on the fourth floor, find minimalist and functional household products, skincare, apparel, bags and stationary. On the sixth floor, Tokyo Street houses everything Japanese including food, Daiso, Zen Bonsai for miniature bonsais and jewellery stores.

Recover after long hours of shopping at the Food Republic (Level 1), a sprawling floor of restaurants and deliciously modernised hawker stalls. Be sure to savour the melt-in-your-mouth donuts from J.Co Donuts & Coffee (Level 1) or try some Japanese inspired bread and pastries at the Loaf (Level 3), a venture by a certain Dr M (clue: Malaysia’s former prime minister).

Pavilion KL gets especially busy come F1 season. If you're in town, be sure to pop by to enjoy a host of activities and promotions that lead up to the final race day. The Tourist Rewards card extends special discounts and gift redemption to tourists. Head over to the concierge (Levels 2 and 3) to apply for yours. Participate in the mall’s ‘Experiential Walk for Tourists’ and discover the area’s rich heritage. Ask the concierge for more information. Turn up the heat and drool over sequins and ruffles conjured up by top local designers, Rizalman Ibrahim ( Rizalman Ibrahim Couture , 110-G-M, Jalan Imbi, tel: 2141-6149) and Bernard Chandran (S-32-35, 2/F, Fahrenheit 88, tel: 2145-0534). If you are prepared to fork out a pretty penny you’ll make heads turn, just like the American popstar elite when they don Bernard Chandran's creations.

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Computers, camera shops, Sungei Wang Plaza

Harrods splashes out at KL airport

Jalan Bukit Bintang is known for its diversity. Further down the road, Low Yat Plaza showcases the latest in computer software and hardware, all at rock-bottom prices.

Digital camera and video shops are abundant in Sungei Wang Plaza and Low Yat Plaza in the Bukit Bintang area of Kuala Lumpur. Check out Foto Edar ( LG140 Sungai Wang Plaza, tel: 2141-6683), Boeing Photo (KLG 2, LG Floor, Sungai Wang Plaza, tel: 2145-3393), and Fuji Film (T020). The shops stock an extensive range of renowned brands such as Nikon, Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji, Canon, Hasselblad and Pentax. Pop into any camera store and find all the latest models at around the same price, with Foto Edar offering better deals. Expect to pay around RM1,199 (US$306) for a Canon Powershot SX700 HS (big zoom plus WIFI), RM1,800 for a Lumix DMC-GM1K and about RM1,599 for a Sony Alpha A5100. Most stores throw in extras like a camera bag and SD card. Boeing Photo adds a tripod to the package. You can count on the staff being courteous and knowledgeable.

There are also electronics and digital camera shops in just about every mall. Or pop into a shop like Billion Photo (tel: [60-3] 2142-8970) ground floor of Berjaya Times Square. They stock digital cameras, videos and assorted electronic items.

Prices will perhaps be most negotiable in Low Yat Plaza . Bear in mind that electronic goods prices in Kuala Lumpur are higher than in Singapore and Hong Kong and the models appear around three or four months after they have arrived in Singapore and Hong Kong.

Sungei Wang Plaza also houses one of Kuala Lumpur's best shopping bargains, the large and well-stocked Factory Outlet Store (F.O.S.) where you can pick up jeans for RM79 (US$20) or less, and t-shirts and sleeveless linen shirts for RM29-RM39. The store is at the concourse level. The same shirts at Lanvin (where the stitching is done in France) or Givenchy at Starhill will set you back over RM1,300 or more. Hunt here for Kuala Lumpur bargain shopping finds. You’ll find FOS for Kids & Teens at the Mid Valley Megamall where body suits (for babies) and pyjamas (for toddlers) go for as low as RM10 (US$2.50). (Another Kuala Lumpur factory outlet option is the GME Factory Outlet at KL Sentral Station where an Obermain shoe starts at RM135 (US$34), and a Nautica t-shirt at around RM29.

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Berjaya Times Square to Great Eastern

KL shopping mecca, Pavilion

Since you’re into the serious business of shopping, check out Berjaya Times Square (Jalan Imbi), with over 1,000 shops, some of them still vacant. This is a huge modern sprawl that also hosts the indoor theme park Cosmo's World and an IMAX theatre. Britain’s Debenhams and KL’s favourite one-stop fashion store, Metrojaya have closed but the complex has begun to pull in the crowds with new stores and the convenience of a monorail station next door. Krookz (06-75, Level 6, tel: 2144-3903) started up by local music deejays, is a hit with skate-borders for its hip, urban street wear. Arabian Oud (G-18, tel: 2148-5143) is an Aladdin's cave of dreamy, exotic perfumes and colognes.

Can’t get over how much you’ve spent? Mull over it while Berjaya Times Square takes you for a ride at its largest indoor theme park, the complex’s top attraction. The nearby Imbi Plaza is also dedicated to computers, cameras, mobile phones and other electronic gadgets at bargain prices. Be sure to browse, compare and bargain before you make that quintessential purchase to take home.

Squeeze in the time to pop by Maju Junction Mall (Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman), Great Eastern Shopping Mall (Jalan Ampang) and Mid Valley Megamall (Lingkaran Syed Putra, tel: 9368-3333), and check out long time favourites Sogo Pernas Department Store (190, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, tel: 2698-2111), Ampang Park Shopping Complex (Jalan Ampang, tel: 2161-7006), The Intermark Mall (Jalan Tun Razak) and The Putra Mall (Jalan Putra, reopens 2015). When at the new Intermark Mall, swing by Space – a sprawling furniture store with the likes of Kartell, Vitra’s modern sofas and B&B Italia’s minimalist seating and shelving. Walking through Space is akin to that of a museum experience that pays homage to mid-century marvels. The city’s newest mall, Quill City Mall , boasts a range of tenants from H&M and Hush Puppies to Royal Sporting House and Hamleys. Opposite, The Row on Jalan Doraisamy has gotten a facelift. Check out League of Captains – a café cum boutique- opened by the folks behind local brand Pestle and Mortar Clothing. The boutique is on the upper level and it carries a small selection of clothes and accessories by Pestle & Mortar Clothing, Bellroy, Hypergrand, ICNY, Dr Denim, Raised by Wolves and Publish. Wheel Love Skateshop , a few stores down, has a variety of inline skates, blades, bikes and skateboards.

If you find yourself straying to the Campbell Complex in the older part of town, pop into Bongkar (Lot 141) that’s devoted to men’s vintage clothing. If you’re lucky, there just might be some women’s bags and shoes too. On the first floor try Yellow Kombi for an eccentric range of recycled fashion.

Berjaya Times Square monorail/ photo: hotel

In the spotlight is The Gardens, Mid Valley City , a five-storey swank shopping gallery. Fashionistas won’t be deterred by the lack of green here as they have much to go mad about; Gap, Burberry, CK, Coach, Banana Republic and more. The much loved Robinsons, famously stylish in ’70s KL, returns with aplomb as anchor tenant. A recent visit to Kate Spade (G-203B, tel: 2284-1468) re-established my love affair with this New York brand, well-known for its exuberant style and playful wit. The 1700sq m store offers the complete collection of Kate Spade handbags, shoes, jewellery, luggage, stationery, eyewear, as well as a variety of exclusive items such as cosmetics, clothes and the JACK SPADE collection. For limited edition sneakers, pop into Sole What (2/F, tel: 2287-5811), where you can find anything from Vans, and Dr. Martens to Feiyue. Check out Ecco (Second Floor, tel: 2282-4539) for a range of well-constructed leather shoes. Designer shoes in Kuala Lumpur? No problem.

In need of some eyewear? Pop into Japanese optical boutique Marq Optic Gallery (1/F, tel: 2283 -6889) for hard to find eyewear from Japan, the US and Europe - from handcrafted acetate sunglasses to retro wooden spectacles. You can count on personalised service here.

There’s also Borders , one-stop centre Isetan and Atlas Hi-fi where you can experience the crisp, clear sounds of Bose equipment at your leisure. Bread & Butter (G-231, tel: [60-3] 2287-4517) stocks a wide range of high-end American labels – 7 For All Mankind, 575 Denim, True Religion, Tag Jeans and Denim for Immortality. Delectables (S-213) has the most divine cakes, cupcakes and ready-to-eat cookies in the cutest shapes. Luxury label Louis Vuitton (occupying a space of 540sq m) finds its way to the Gardens, becoming the third store to open in the city. Pop into Wei-Ling Contemporary (G212 & 213, tel; 2260-1106) for a look at modern Asian art.

Cath Kidston (tel: 2201-5810) over at Mid Valley Megamall has the prettiest totes, purses and girly pouches, in fresh, mod prints. Think the Big Ben theme embossed on everything from cups to kids t-shirts and teapots. Pink Evil’s Fashion Supermarket (F038, tel: 2282-1801), is gaining a reputation for fresh, slightly offbeat clothes and accessories that won’t break the bank. Find five very distinct brands and styles. Expect flirty floral dresses at Sugar & Spice. Coffee & Magazines supplies separates and bright belts while Chocolate Martini serves up sophisticated maxis and cocktail dresses. Butter & Toast offers comfy basics with a twist. High-street fashion label Bershka (G/F, tel: 2282-3957) has racks and shelves of waterfall skirts, pumps in jewel tones, blazers and leggings.

Model on catwalk at Pavilion

Enter specialty store XL-Shop (F105, tel: 2287-7257), and even if you’re not an avid collector, you should pop by just to gawk at the range of figurines from brands such as Tomy, Hasbro, Bandai and Tokyo Marui. It is a trove of limited edition collectibles. The all-purpose Urban Adventure (3/F) will take care of all your outdoorsy needs. Find apparel, backpacks, eyewear, harnesses, camping gear and footwear from a range of top brands such as Columbia , Salomon and Lafuma. Try out its 20-feet bouldering wall on site for a taste of rock climbing before you scale up Batu Caves.

Fashionistas slip into ballerina flats and pumps embellished with jewels and strips of metallic snakeskin at Tiamo (First Floor). Tiamo takes its shoes seriously; the mandate is form plus function. Its footwear, creations of South Korean designer Jung Eun Ju, is hand sewn – each shoe sole is fitted with a special metallic rod to balance the body, while silicone cushions are inserted on the insides of shoes to prevent blisters. Children’s shoes start at RM119; and for grown-ups the price tag is RM139 and up. Get fitted with all sorts of head gear from bandanas to knits at The Cap City (T049A, tel: 2280-0122). Have the cap experts even help you customise your very own. Continue to be hip and edgy with a visit to Fabspy (T008, tel: 2202-3080) and get decked out in indie fashion. Fabspy stocks some 35 local and international labels such as T.U.K and Supercrew. Step into funky sneakers from Diemme Footwear and Carhartt WIP at the Crossover Concept Store (T025, tel: 2282-2686); they’ve expanded to include clothes, bags and eyewear. For all your sporting needs, from fitness gear to golf equipment at cheaper prices, head to Stadium (T010, tel: 2284-6392). Make a beeline for the sales at Why Pay More where last season’s running shoes and other fitness gear go for a fraction of the price.

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Bargain shopping in Bangsar, Sri Hartamas

Bangsar deserves mention. This suburb is stealing the thunder with its rising tide of fashion hotspots and is a useful addition in our Kuala Lumpur shopping guide. To get to Bangsar, hop onto the light rail transit (LRT) system, then catch a taxi to the Jalan Telawi enclave. Once better known for its countless nightclubs and pubs, Bangsar has become a chic stop for fashionistas. The boutiques mushrooming in the area display a unique bent on what’s hip. The popularity of boutiques like Gossips (8A, 1/F, Jalan Telawi 2) rely mainly on word of mouth (no pun intended). This boutique is a cross between someone’s living room and a museum; very Bohemian in appeal. And it’s quick to pick up on catwalk trends. So expect to slip into the latest designs like a crop top and bodycon dresses or pile on the trendiest accessories. Swing by Variante (21 Jalan Telawi 3) for some beaded blouses and custom-made dresses with a local twist, Peoples...Egg (32, Jalan Telawi 5, tel: 2283-1084) for oversized bags and Shoes Shoes Shoes (31A, Jalan Telawi 3) to stay in step with the well-heeled fashion pack. Shoes Shoes Shoes has also got an outpost at BSC (1/F, tel: 2287-0608). Check out multi-brand boutique Commonthread (Telawi 2) for a wide range of funky, beach-style flip flops.

Girl at Bangsar Weekend Market

Bangsar’s fashion boutiques are causing quite a sensation; the quirky yet stylish Mooie Boutique (3-1, Jalan Telawi 2, tel: 2287-2230); Cloth & Sash (4-21A, Jalan Telawi 3, tel: 2287-9008) for sequined and laced toga dresses; Parisian dresses with lace and ruffles are stacked invitingly on shelves at Duchess and Co (17-1, Jalan Telawi 2); Nurita Harith (10-2, Telawi 3) for custom-made designs; Krookz (65-1, Jalan Telawi 3) for skateboard hipster fashion; On A Cloudy Day (15A, Jalan Telawi 3) for chic vintage dresses at discounted prices; Jorya Weekend (Jalan Telawi 3) for pleated skirts, lacy dresses; elegantly embellished dresses and tops for modern Muslim women at Mimpikita (15-1, Jalan Telawi 2) and House of Doll (10, Jalan Telawi 3) for exquisite fashion designed by a local actress plus kaftans and headscarves. I Love Snackfood (17A, Jalan Telawi 3), which specializes in fashion, home décor and curiosities, is the kind of store you can spend hours browsing in. You’ll find some Kinfolk, Smith Journal and Uppercase magazines.

Drop into Telawi Square Gallery (Jalan Telawi 3) – a two level stop for shoes and dresses at My DressRoom, Tempo and Sole Lovely. Or head to Musse (16-1, Jalan Telawi 3) to dig up some BCBG Max Azria, Chloe, CK, Lanvin or Philip Lim 3.1. Juice Boutique (46 & 46-1, Jalan Telawi 5, tel: 2283-5811) appeals to those with a flair for street couture with cult brands such as CLOT apparel, limited edition Nike, Adidas, Head Porter and more. Some might find Tea and Sympathy (7, Second Floor, Jalan Telawi 2, tel: 2283-6671) just a tad too sparse but look closer – its scrupulously edited selection includes handmade dresses with scalloped hems, floral prints and bow embellishments.

Munch on cake and sip on coffee before rifling through a rack of smart shirts and tees, and denims for men at 15Sheets (9 Jalan Telawi 2). They stock a whole range of accessories from label pins, belts to money clips. Try the very cool Never Follow Suit (28-2 Jalan Telawi 2, tel: 2284-7316), an impeccably curated women’s and men’s clothing boutique started up by local designers, for vintage and modern styles. Uncover a mix of jersey basics, sleek black dresses, tailored menswear, vintage clutches and furniture. Pop into 17A Select Store (17A Jalan Telawi 3, tel: 2201-7513) for contemporary home décor, general curiosities and fashion. Watch out for cool labels, with a hint of punk, such as Schott Bros NYC, Supreme Jungmaven as well as homegrown brands like CheeseDenim and Suavecito Pomade.

Getting around is a snap by monorail

Be prepared to juggle your time between shopping and some pampering; get your nails buffed and your talons tended at trendy nail bars and salons popping up in the area. Eric Choong (61-1 & 63-1, Jalan Telawi 3) is perfectly positioned – try on his pret-a-porter pieces or evening gowns, followed by a facial or lunch at the many cafes along this strip. A perfect stop for stationary and art supply is CzipLee (1-3 Jalan Telawi 3, tel: 2287-0699). They do laser engraving and notebook embossing, which make perfect gifts. KL Venue (6, Jalan Telawi 4) is street-style haven, stylishly curated with a mix of uber-cool street wear and skateboard labels. Find clothing, backpacks and swimwear of such brands like Deus Ex Machina, Burton and Sprayground; take home one of the colourful skateboards by Globe, starting from RM499.

Bangsar also gets its shot of glamour with Bangsar Village II (Jalan Telawi 1). Look forward to high-end names like Ted Baker, Warehouse, Furla, Massimo Dutti, Lacoste and Zara . Make an appointment with the in-house designer at Jemila (1F-3A, tel: 2282-0644) to custom-make your traditional baju kebaya and kurung, and beaded kaftans.

Find some very quirky and distinctive shirts by local designer Richard Tsen to wear home at Dude & Duchess (UGF-19, tel: 2284-3066). Find them also at Pavilion KL and Publika. Bric’s (GF29B, tel: 2283-6421) offers its first flagship store with a comprehensive range of classic suitcases, overnight bags and handbags in leather, nylon and more. Marvel at Dr Denim jeans, Spitfire sunglasses, Jeffrey Campbell shoes and Lazy Oaf T-shirts at the unusually small, multi-brand boutique Actually KL (Upper Ground Floor, tel: 2202-2088). Or drop into Tribeca (1F-31, tel: 2287 -6760) for sexy clothes, fun children’s fashion, and a whole range of stationary and tableware recalling the movie Frozen . Be sure to swing by Silverfish Bookstore (20-2F, tel: 2284-4837), and look out for rare titles such as local author Farish Noor’s The Other Malaysia and the latest Silverfish New Writings collection of short stories by regional authors.

H5 (GF27, tel: 2288-1932) boutique pays tribute to pop art and culture through its interior design and the watches it carries. Each brand, from Nooka and Noon Copenhagen to LIP, has garnered a cult following around the world. And don’t miss Thirtyfour (Upper Ground Floor) for its range of handmade jewellery and leather bags. Countless sports brands congregate at World of Sports (Level 1, tel: [603] 2284-9914). Look out for Mizuno, Lafuma, Spalding and Montrail. If you're bored of frocks hit Lasting Impressions (2/F, tel: 2287-3201) for its lovely range of Chinese and Tibetan antique furniture. Acquire (2/F, tel: 2287-1261) specialises in quirky home furnishings and products plus watches from Danish Design and bags from Nava.  Or you could just slip into the Hammam (3F-7 & 3F-8, tel: [603] 2282-2180) and have a bath, scrub followed by a soothing massage. Take home their range of Hammam Spa products – try the Sacred Massage Oil, with frankincense and myrrh to uplift your mood.

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It's increasingly difficult to locate a good record store but you're bound to discover the grooviest vibes at Rock Corner (15-1, tel: 2284-1423), Bangsar Village 1. Discover an astounding range of music albums plus the guy behind the counter knows almost everything about hip hop, house, jazz and indie folk pop. Later, contemplate on your fashion finds over some sangria at the ever-popular La Bodega Tapas Bar (16, Jalan Telawi 2).

The dramatically modern Bangsar Shopping Center has been unveiled – returning as the area's foodie and fashion nexus. Transformed into something approaching super chic, it has set out to attract small, high-quality boutiques dabbling in handmade chocolates, novelty stationary and children's toys. Some 90,000 square feet of retail space has been added. Tucked away on the first floor, is exclusive French designer children's wear Château de sable (tel: 2095-3203). Find engaging t-shirts, dresses and coats, all of which come with that signature French style. Peer into The Jekyll and Hyde Project (F2-S19) and discover an interesting mix of stationery, home accessories, t-shirts, bags, CDs and paper products- all practical items with a quirky feel to them.

Mita Tam (F127, tel: 2095 -1139) is your pick for elegant, feminine frocks; Shoeville (S105, 2nd floor, tel: 2096 -1927) for luxury women’s shoes from Brazil; Bagsociety (F106, 1/F floor, tel: 2095 -2248) for new and pre-loved designer bags; and the Sennheiser Concept Store (F133, tel: 2283 6537) for a cool range of headphones and earphones and funky furniture store Gudang . For great food shopping, check out the specialist Jason’s Food Hall, a floor filled with heaps of high-end munchies. Expect the best croissants and pastries from Hiestand, yummy cakes from Just Heavenly, artisan cheeses, fine harvest teas, Blanxart chocolates and wines.

On the same street is Luxury Vintage (152, Jalan Maarof, tel: 2095-6266) – every fashionista's answer to designer label handbags at a fraction of the price. These pre-loved handbags are genuine.

When in Bangsar, track down spunky local designer, Melinda Looi ’s Showroom (279, Jalan Maarof, tel: 2093-2279). Her haute couture designs are distinct; dresses in muted tones, embellished with intricate beading and crystals.

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