Souvenir shops in Kuala Lumpur
Finding quality locally made specialties and souvenirs can sometimes, oddly, be a quite a task. There’s loads of tacky stuff, but the shops listed here could help you to find to find something really special from Kuala Lumpur.
Fine affordable wood carvings and framed craft work reflecting Malaysian culture.
61 Jalan Bukit Bukit Bintang
Contact: 03 21415616
Lot 307, level 3 Suria KLCC
Baskets, wall hangings photo frames, etc. from India, East Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia
KB1-Ground Floor, Central Market
Contact: 03 22737619
Mask, wall hangings, wooden statues and shadow puppets.
14-16 Lorong Melayu, Jalan Hang Kasturi.
Petronas Towers Gift Shop
A good selection of items, all relating to Twin Towers, in a variety of formats: metal, pewter, cloth, posters, jigsaws etc. Great for souvenirs and affordable presents
Concourse level, Petronas Towers, KLCC, Jalan Ampang.
KL Arts & Crafts
An alternative to Suria KLCC for Royal Selangor pewter, and at fixed prices.
G18 Central Market Jalan Hang Kasturi
Goods from India, Burma, Sarawak and Sabah. Buddhas, masks, wooden statues, bronze items and gifts. No fixed prices so be prepared to bargain.
Ground floor, Wisma 2000, 10-12 Jalan Hang Lekir
Contact: 03 20704567
An art gallery and shop, about 20% of what you see are museum pieces for display only. This still leaves a lot of textiles, painting, fashion accessories, jewellery and other fine art and craft items for sale.
Level 3, Suria KLCC
Cha-No-Yu Specialty Shops
Pewterware is a Malaysian speciality and Royal Selangor has a large collection of picture frames, flower vases, decanters, clocks, mirrors, tea canisters, tea sets, chess boards, and items suitable for children all made out of 97% Malaysian tin and a small amount of antimony and copper. Tea pots and tea sets from the Orient could make a delightful gift or something to show off at home.
9 Jalan Balai Polis,
Lot 118, level 1 Ramlee Mall