When in Malaysia, you should not miss visiting the Central Market Kuala Lumpur which is popular the world over for its Malaysian Batik, souvenirs, collectibles, and handicraft.
Located in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur, the Central Market is a famous hotspot to get to know the Malaysian culture and heritage. The building was initially built in 1888 and it was originally functioned as a wet market. Now the area has converted into a delightful destination for shoppers, tourists, and art lovers. It’s not a mere retail experience but also a splendid heritage experience.
Before commencing your journeys in this part of the world, do take note of the available accommodation facilities. Amongst many a hotel near Times Square KL, the likes of Berjaya Times Square Hotel will come across as an excellent venue from where holidaymakers like you can indulge in a memorable shopping experience in the Central Market.
Once visited the place you’ll be amazed to see how more than 300 shops are placed under the art-décor structure featuring souvenirs, textiles, local handicrafts, collectibles, and restaurants. With its distinctive Malaysian flavour, the market is an ideal venue showcasing the authentic Malaysian heritage and cultural values attracting both tourists and locals alike.
Don’t forget to stroll along the newly pedestrianized walkway, Kasturi Walk to have a one of a kind experience. Highly-crafted and good quality products are available in each kiosk for shoppers to buy and bargain.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+