Malacca Malaysia for shopping

There are times when you wish to buy things you need or desire for simply without pinching your pockets. For all such places, here is a shortlist of some best places in Malaysia to shop at affordable rates.
Traveling in and around Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from https://www.redbus.my.
Mid Valley Megamall
With 5 levels and 430 stores, the Mid Valley Megamall is a shopper’s paradise on earth. A state of the art Golden screen theatre and the country’s best brands selling apparels and accessories at modest rates, you ask for it and you are sure to find it here.
What else are we forgetting? Books? The ultra-spacious MPH bookstore is the store for all those who love reading. A wide range of books are sold here and are almost 10% cheaper compared to the ones sold in other book stores.
How to reach?
By Bus: With buses running frequently may provide you a hassle free ride from Bangsar LRT station & South Court Bus Stop from 8AM-11PM all days of the week.
Bus numbers: T788, T790, 781, 822, T817
Berjaya Times Square
Termed as one of the biggest shopping malls in Malaysia, the Berjaya Times Square comprises of huge shops on its lower floors along with plenty of tiny shops on the higher levels.
Ever thought of sitting on an indoor roller coaster? Quite popular among youngsters, there’s a huge crowd essentially of tourists waiting to try out the one of a kind indoor roller coaster.
How to reach?
There are buses running in 30 minutes interval from KL Sentral, KLCC.
Bus numbers: B112, U41, B103, U35

Pavilion
Best suited during the festive seasons of Christmas, Easter and Diwali. The Pavilion is beautifully decorated and is a picture perfect point for visitors. With plenty of local brands displayed at budget prices, the Pavilion is a must visit when in Malaysia.
How to reach by bus?
You can catch a bus from Rapid KL.
Bus numbers – B102, B103, B110 and B113

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