If it gets you off your bum and onto your feet then you will have a
happy heart and you are on your way to reducing
cardiovascular disease. 30 minutes of brisk shopping is enough to
get your daily dose of exercise. Remember window shopping is just as
acceptable as long as you are getting your 30 minutes!
We all know that splurging on something can give us a quick pick me up.
Although we shouldn’t do this every time we hit a slump, the
credit card statement will cause other effects, the occasional purchase
to spark your mood is ok.
Understanding your body, wearing clothes that fit well and make you feel
good will instantly boost your inner and outer confidence. Buy
clothes that show off your best features and watch the compliments roll
in. This always helps boost the confidence too.
Who would have thought that buying a new work wardrobe could help you
take your job more seriously. It can even have an impact on your
concentration – look the part, act the part. Rocking up to work in
your PJ’s is probably not going to have the same effect as when you
put on your favourite power suit and demolish that business
Those who experiment in retail therapy often are able to express
themselves more creatively. They are able to show off their
personality through fashion, accessories and home wares.
If you are a list person then this one is for you. It has been
found that if you go shopping with purpose and you know what you need,
you are more likely to feel equipped to handle certain situations
by projecting potential outcomes.
Tips and Life Hack for Shopping! Enjoy!
TOP 5 MALL LOCATED IN MALAYSIA
Pavilion KL (Luxurious Shopping Mall in KL)
Credit: Pavilion KL Facebook
right in the heart of Bukit Bintang, Pavilion KL is one of the most
popular shopping malls in KL. The mall was launched in 2007 and 11 years
later, still maintains its popularity. Pavilion KL is touted as a
high-end, luxurious mall, but they also have regular, reasonably-priced
shops. Besides a variety of shops, Pavilion KL also has an excellent food
court, as well as several coffee bars and restaurants.
you venture into KL, be sure to check Pavilion KL out, as most visitors
love to take pictures at its main entrance with the water fountain. Bonus:
if you visit during festive seasons, Pavilion KL is always decked out
impressively with decorations.
Suria KLCC (Tourist Mall in KL)
Credit: KLCC Facebook
a popular landmark, it’s no wonder that huge crowds of people throng Suria
KLCC everyday. Most locals dub it a “tourist mall” asSuria
KLCChas several international brands within its
premises and carries Western sizes as well. However, Suria KLCC has much
more to offer! For a relaxing evening with Mother Nature, hang out with
your friends and family right there in KLCC Park! You can even have a
if you have more time to spare, why not visit the Skybridge? The Skybridge
connects the 41st and 42nd floors of the twin towers, so you’ll get a
bird-eye’s view of KL!
Plaza Low Yat (Most Famous IT Mall in KL)
Credit: Zing Gadget
Low Yat is the place to visit for all things IT! Even though it is smaller
in size, but Plaza Low Yat caters to your every technological need. Grab
gadgets such as phones, tablets, printers, laptops, and cameras here! Just
remember that you should drive a hard bargain, and earn yourself some
may get crowded and noisy, but as a premier IT, lifestyle, and gadget
mall, it remains as one of the most popular shopping malls in KL.
Mid Valley Megamall & The Gardens
Valley Megamall and The Gardens are two separate malls, but connected by
walkways. Mid Valley Megamall caters for the regular shopper with
well-known brands such as H&M, Mango, Topshop, Miss Selfridge, and
Forever 21 among others.
the other hand, The Gardens is a more luxurious mall, housing brands such
as Prada, Kate Spade, and Salvatore Ferragamo. You can spend all day here
and never get bored; not with so many shops! If you’re tired after all
that walking, you can always catch a movie at Mid Valley Megamall’s cinema
Credit: Lot 10 Facebook
10 began its operations in 1991, and was one of the most luxurious malls
in its prime. More modern malls have overtook Lot 10 in terms of
popularity, but Lot 10 has the advantage of being right in the middle of
Bintang Walk, KL’s shopping and entertainment district.
even has a food court modeled after Old China, housing 25 street food
stalls that sell local Chinese food from Malaysia and Singapore. Now
mostly known as a middle-upper shopping enclave, it boasts a three-storey
H&M and Zara, as well as a National Geographer Flagship Store.