Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an upscale shopping mall located along Jalan Bukit Bintang. It has 1.37 square miles of retail space and 450 outlets.
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Nice window-shopping experience
This is such a beautiful mall and there are many high-end branded products here. Even if one could not afford them, one would enjoy window shopping at the beautiful items. I was pleasantly surprised that there are also many affordable brands here so I did not came back empty-handed. Thus, this place is not only for the rich.
I only went to this place once and there were very few people here so it can either be a good thing or a bad thing depending on whether one likes the crowd or not. The mall is well-kept and very clean as well.
What a beauty!
I guess Pavillion KL is one sight to behold from a distance. It's feels very alive with the vibrant colors and the interior looks very majestic and also futuristic. Perhaps it had something to do with the glass design and the cleanliness of the place.
One of the thing that perhaps took my attention is the Parkson branch here. It somehow seems more lively than the other Parkson branches that I've visited so far. Perhaps I went on a good day where the staffs were serving everything with a smile. Even the manikins seem to be alive with energy! It really does make shopping a delight.
It's also surprisingly a very affordable place. I also remembered buying a polo shirt here as a souvenir for my dad and surprisingly, it did not cost a bomb like what I had expected.
There's also a lot of other outlets here. However, due to my short visit, I can't comment much on them. It does seem very expensive at a glance. But like my visit to Parkson, I may be mistaken.
I hate the kids who just hang around at the entrance.
Pavilion KL has the infamous reputation of having school kids dressed in hipster clothings taking a lot of pictures at the main entrance of Pavilion KL. The only thing I hate about this place is the kids who actually do that. It sounds personal but it's quite an eyesore for me.
Other than that, the place is beautiful, I can understand the need of taking pictures here but taking hundreds of pictures at the same place is pretty annoying. The food court here is better than most food courts in every other shopping malls. If you're at the food court, do try out their sizzling noodles, it is a dish to remember by, and its less than RM10 too.
It's actually wallet friendly
I am an enthusiast of everything Japan which makes Tokyo Street my sole reason for visiting the mall. IT has so many items from Japan you could ever wish for, from T Shirts to snacks to figurines. Besides that, the mall caters to every kind of shopper out there as they carry local brand labels to designer labels. So it doesn't matter if you are trying to spend thriftily or you're looking to have a great time and don't mind splurging on yourself, there are outlets for you to do as you wish. Everything from designer labels to other franchises that don't cost as much.
Weekends can get pretty crowded but you shouldn't have too much problems if you take the effort to call in and book your movie ticket or a table at any one of the many restaurants. Try to be efficient and plan ahead, everything else will go smoothly. The complex is also a host to many events all year long and is a definite must go especially during the Christmas and New Year's celebrations.
Caters to everyone!
If you want to do some serious shopping, this place is an excellent choice. The outlets range from upscale designer names to common shops plus departmental stores so in all, it appeals to everyone. A Tokyo Street is located at Level 6 where you can get anything Japan there.
The basement food court offers a wide range of food for hungry shoppers. You will be spoiled with choice. Plenty of seats are available so finding a spot won't be a problem. But do take note, it can be over-crowded sometimes especially on weekends.
The fountain at the main entrance is the main attraction to this mall.
Pavillion has set a higher standard in Bukit Bintang. You can get most of the luxurious brand in the mall. The main entrance design itself is center attention of every new comer. Being one of the most decorated mall in Malaysia, you will never disappoint with the festival decoration from Chinese New Year, Hari Raya to Christmas. Besides, there are plenty choices of food from the luxurious fine dining to local cuisine. There are pubs and bars if you want to take a sip on alcohol. There is also a cinema for you to spend some time after you dine with your beloved one.
A feel of Japan in their Tokyo Street
The architecture here is brilliant and their centre court looks so grand with its high staircases. One must visit this place whenever Christmas or other festivities are around the corner as their decoration would be breath taking. It is very comfortable shopping here even during the weekends when it is more crowded. Even if you are a picky eater, there is sure to be something that can satisfy your appetite as they offer cuisines from around the globe. I usually leave this place feeling full and still hoping to have space in my tummy for more food.
What mainly draws me to this place is their Tokyo Street located on the 6th floor which introduces Japanese Food, Culture, Retail and Arts. You can find many kawaii (cute) stuffs here from Japan. They also organize many fun events such as cosplay and exciting promotions. During Tokyo Street’s 1st Anniversary Celebration, they had Miyavi (famous Japanese rockstar) made a special appearance. If you love all things Japanese then you would love Tokyo Street here.
The heart of Bukit Bintang.
Pavilion KL is the ultimate haven for shoppers. It features many well known brands like Prada, Versace, Burberry and etc. If you're looking to buy a car, there's the Jaguar showroom as well.
This is one of the most beautiful shopping malls in Malaysia as it is decorated according to various occasions like Chinese New Year and Christmas. The floor space is wide and it is not cluttered so navigating around is smooth.
At the highest floor,level 6 features Tokyo Street, this section is Japanese themed and you'll feel like you're in Japan when you're here. While the underground floor is called Food Republic, this is where most of the restaurants are located and there's also local hawker food sold in individual lots.
Overall the best place to dine and shop.