I love Forever 21! The prices are affordable, the quality is pretty good and they follow all the latest trends and styles. We don't have Forever 21 in Australia so I went all out here!
I really like Tokyo street in Pavilion. They have food, drinks and these little novelty stores. It definitely has a Japanese feel to it which I really like.
Across the road from Pavilion is Starhill Gallery. I love Starhill Gallery but I didn't have time to visit it this time round. They have a lot luxury brand stores such as Dior, Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen, Valentino and the like. The Japanese buffet at Jogoya is a definite must try if you're ever in the area!
Beautiful cup fountain outside Pavilion.
A couple of streets down from Pavilion is H&M which just opened last year in September. The multi-level H&M shop was packed! It was a Friday night after all. On the way home, we stopped by Zara and that completed our super productive shopping trip in Bukit Bintang, KL.
Our shopping from Day 1!
Over the years, I've learned many valuable lessons and have gained so much experience in regards to shopping. You have to pay a little bit more money for quality clothes that will last a long way but at the same time, you don't have to spend extravagant amounts. I was ecstatic with all my purchases and everything was on average $30 (AUD). They were good quality items and great styles at an affordable price! I love and always recommend to everyone Forever 21, H&M and Zara (in that order).
A quick snap of the beautiful KL Twin towers from the car.
Despite having a long day of shopping right after checking into our hotel, we had arranged for some friends in KL to take us out to see the nightlife. We went to a club called Velvet where our friends had booked a table and we had shot after shot, lots of champagne and a night of dancing! It was a fantastic beginning to our holiday!