The city of Kota Kinabalu commands a remarkable view of the South China Sea and is the capital of Malaysia’s state of Sabha. It offers some of Malaysia’s best in shopping, dining, accommodation, nightlife and amusement. May it be books, branded wear, clothes, footwear, jewellery, arts and crafts or the latest technological devices, Kota Kinabalu is one city that will satisfy all your shopping desires 레플리카.
Probably the most difficult decision you will have to make once you get to Kota Kinabalu is where you should start. There are plenty of malls, shopping complexes, bazaars and book stores. One can begin the dazzling strut through the maze of shops at the ‘Wisma Merdeka’, one of the oldest but chic shopping centres in Kota Kinabalu. Their merchandise ranges from beauty products to batiks, antiques, apparels, baby products, sports goods,mobile phones and food items. They even have a massage and reflexology parlour, where you can unwind while shopping.
A special feature of Malaysian shopping is the street fairs. If you happen to be in Kota Kinabalu on a Sunday, you should not miss the ‘Gaya Street’ fair, which has been operational for well over 50 years. Most of the vendors sell their own produce and have been traditionally involved with the street fair. Keeping to the customary street mall element, the Warisan Square also provides one of the most fashionable and unique shopping experiences. With both buildings and a pathway to house shops and boutiques, the Warisan Square blends in an extra excitement to shopping.
The Centre Point is an ideal place for the whole family, with amusement hubs, gaming zones, beauty parlours, outdoor gear stores, IT shops and bookshops. For state-of-the-art gadgets and accessories from some of the best known labels like Nokia, Apple, Samsung and Panasonic, one must patronize the City Mall. It also sells the best clothing, footwear and handbags such as Levis, Gucci and MNG dresses.
For both the shopping and the marvelling experience of visiting a gigantic hypermall, one must drop by at the ‘1Borneo’. This is a bowling centre, spa, handicraft and amusement centre all rolled into one. To wrap up one can visit the Karamunsing Complex where one can net any missed items from the large range of retail outlets.