With its glitzy array of shopping malls and eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes and entertainment outlets, Bukit Bintang is often dubbed the heart and soul of Kuala Lumpur. The main thoroughfare – Jalan Bukit Bintang – used to see a constant flurry of activity day and night, especially near Pavilion KL, one of the country’s premiere shopping destinations. Things are much quieter these days due … Continue reading Have You Ever Seen Kuala Lumpur This Empty?
As one of the largest and most popular shopping malls in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, one can always expect interesting Christmas decorations at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur come the year-end holiday season. Past celebrations have seen themes such as Christmas Ever After and a Magical Christmas with Disney (featuring hundreds of Mickey figurines). This year, the mall rides on a much-anticipated film releasing in December … Continue reading Experience Star Wars This Christmas @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Update: This restaurant is permanently closed. There’s a new Korean fried chicken joint in town – and it’s now my new favourite place for fried chicken! Hailing from the UK, Wing Wing enters the arena with an outlet in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, dishing out fresh, juicy fried chicken with some pretty interesting flavours. Already a cult favourite in its homeland, Wing Wing is a fusion … Continue reading Review: Wing Wing @ Pavilion KL – Korean Fried Chicken From The UK
Update: This outlet is permanently closed. After all the street food we had in Ipoh and Jalan Alor, N and I thought it’d be nice to have lunch at a proper restaurant for a change. It was a toss up between Korean and Japanese food, but in the end, my craving for melted cheese prevailed and we found ourselves at Omaya in Pavilion KL, which … Continue reading Review: Omaya, Pavilion KL – Korean Honey Mustard Chicken with Cheese, Army Stew and more
Christmas is always a fun affair in Malaysia (albeit commercialised). While not as lavish as celebrations in Singapore, or as festive as the Philippines, most malls try to outdo each other with grand decorations and activities, such as Santa meet and greets, carolling sessions, and more. At the forefront is Pavilion KL, within the city’s Golden Triangle. As one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular malls, Christmas … Continue reading Christmas Ever After @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Avid travelers and luggage enthusiasts will have heard of German brand Rimowa, which specializes in bags made from aluminium and poly-carbonate. Light but sturdy, they have a signature look and distinctive design that is easily recognizable anywhere. The brand recently launched My Rimowa Story: Designer Edit for Pavilion Pitstop, which saw four Malaysian designers putting their own touch to the bags – namely Khoon Hooi, … Continue reading My Rimowa Story: Designer Edit
Update: This branch is permanently closed. I was looking through some photos and realised I haven’t blogged about this Japanese place in Pavilion Shopping Mall before. Ichiban Ramen is a neat little restaurant tucked in one corner of Pavi’s Food Republic food court, but with its own dining area. They also have a branch in Sunway Pyramid, which is the one I used to frequent … Continue reading Ichiban Ramen, Pavilion KL
Hipsters can’t be defined because then they’d fit in a category, and thus be too mainstream.- Urban Dictionary What is a hipster? I have been called a hipster-wanna-be due to my penchant for indie bands, love for beanies and my perhaps slightly holier-than-thou, know-it-all attitude. (gimme a break guys, I’m an INTJ :D) The fact that I’m working in the media/writing industry probably contributes … Continue reading Hipster Haul from Typo, Pavilion KL