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The Curve offers shoppers a choice of over 200 retail and 60 food outlets in a refreshing setting. Experience the amazing al-fresco dining experience in the Street & the Street Market on every Saturday & Sunday. Get ready for a 'breath of fresh air' at the Curve!
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The Curve is probably the single most popular mall among expats that live in Kuala Lumpur. This is partly because it is located to one of the biggest expat enclaves of the city; Mont Kiara. The Curve is a very nice shopping mall, with over 250 stores spread out over 3 floors. Kidzania and IKEA are…
This place offers different types of dinning from local cuisine to western and asian foods. All of the restaurants located in between two malls within the same street.
The Curve Mall Kuala Lumpur is a gleaming shopping centre in Petaling Jaya that stands out from the rest of the competition thanks to its quaint weekly flea market and range of non-retail activities. With a combination of outdoor dining spaces and more than 250 stores under its roof, it attracts a…
The nearest shopping complex from Empire Damansara. Not big like 1 Utama, but you can find lots of restaurant over there. 10 min walking
The Cathay Cineplex here is almost always available for last minute decision to catch any blockbuster movies.
The Curve is Malaysia’s first pedestrianised shopping mall with a fabulous blend of food and retail outlets. Its unique appeal is in its distinct ambience, refined by its wide canopied walkways and its al fresco dining area. Featuring modern and sophisticated fashion boutiques, a delectable…
The Curve is neither the biggest nor the most popular mall in Kuala Lumpur. It is also located pretty far out of the city center. Still it is a nice place to visit. Besides the mall there are many bars and restaurants. Opposite the Curve is Ikano Power Center, where you can find a few flagship…
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“IKEA is a Scandinavian chain selling ready-to-assemble furniture, plus housewares, in a warehouse-like space at reasonable price. They also serve the best meatballs here. But please come early especially during weekends or school holidays as the restaurant will be packed with people during breakfast hours. The restaurant opens at 9am whilst the showroom opens at 9.30am. After breakfast, head over to the showroom to browse thru beautiful home furnishing items. For a peace of mind during shopping, parents can leave their kids safely at the Smaland .”
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“1 Utama is one of the most popular shopping centers in KL. It has over 650 stores and a variety of restaurants and entertainment outlets. Use grab car to reach here for about 20-25 min ( RM15)”
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“Tesco Hypermarket - Full range of groceries as well as thousands of products from Tesco.”
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“Malaysia's first shopping centre anchored by IKEA. They have quite a number of stores there at IPC. -Bookstore, Hardware store, Furniture store, FoodCourt, and Electronic store- . You can have your groceries checklist done at B.I.G. They have few places to chill and dine within the grocery store. ”
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