Jewellery brands in malaysia: 12 Affordable Luxury Jewellery Brands From Malaysia

12 Affordable Luxury Jewellery Brands From Malaysia

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Versatile. Elegant. Effortless. These terms aptly sum up the refined simplicity of minimalist jewellery. While there are high-end brands in the growing local market, more and more are veering towards bridging luxurious aesthetics with a less lavish price tag. To suit everyone’s taste, we’ve gladly included them both. 

The best part? Although they remain true to clean designs synonymous with minimalist chic, it’s impossible to resist some of their more whimsical and unconventional creations. Whether you choose to mix and match, or layer them on like a tiered cake, the options presented by these local jewellery designers are endless. Time to add to cart:

1. Wanderlust + Co

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d know that Wanderlust + Co is a cult favourite on the jewellery scene (even internationally) as they often take an experimental approach in their designs. Whether you’re diving into their bewitching L’etoile series comprising intricate tarot cards or the Chasing Clouds collection filled with astronomical wonders (including diamante hair clips), there’s something to satisfy even the pickiest of fashionistas. 

  

2. Luccacal

What’s to love about Luccacal is that they continuously release handmade and curated demi-fine pieces (made with precious metals and techniques like vermeil plating) that possess a youthful, modern touch. When it comes to their best-sellers, we can’t get enough of the engraved rose flower necklace and signet ring. In terms of slightly more unconventional choices, you simply can’t go wrong with their stunning Natural Crystal, Abalone Shell, and Freshwater Pearl collections. 

  

3. Gung

Evoking exclusivity and regality with its name, but practicing affordability and sustainability in its principles is Gung (translates to ‘palace’ in Korean). With collections inspired by the shapes and structures of buildings, as well as textures of hammered surfaces and natural finishes, it’s safe to say that these beauties follow a more unusual and edgy theme. Nevertheless, the daintiness in size makes them easy to wear with everyday ensembles. 

  

4. Psyndrome 

With an all-female team in tow, Psyndrome sprung to life to create versatile pieces that stand out from the crowd, tease with a playful design, or sparkle up your look without breaking the bank. True to the spirit of empowering women, the Self Love Necklace is a must-have while the Paperclip Chain and Safety Lock Earrings are a bold, whimsical alternative. 

  

5. Feithe

How about donning some classic crystal beads that’ve been given a modern update that stays true to minimalist fashion? Thanks to Feithe, you can now own necklaces, bracelets, and earrings adorned with this underrated mode of muted glimmer under their charming Mabel Series. Additionally, you can scroll through their gemstone charms catalogue to add on to your favourite jewellery. 

  

6. Minimalist Lab

Exercising simplicity and refinement is none other than the Minimalist Lab. Adhering to the single pendant format, they’ve created luxurious-yet-modest pieces that feature the luck and protective charms in the Courage series, and even a galaxy-inspired Wonder collection. With that in mind, the elegant LOLA Mother of Pearl Clover Sterling Silver Necklace and Bracelet have stolen our hearts. 

  

 

7. VLT

While the diamond/birthstone bar bracelet by VLT (pronounced ‘vault’) is an excellent go-to for a more personal touch, their Privé Collection packs on the glam with handcrafted pieces embellished with specially-curated South Sea and freshwater pearls, diamonds, and gemstones. Also, be sure to keep a lookout for their upcoming release of ear stacks that include adornment with sapphires!

  

8. The Straits Finery

Another brand that has jumped onto the demi-fine bandwagon is MYJN, named after its founders May and Jun. Coupled with a sustainable core from start to finish, they’ve released several affordable-but-luxurious collections teeming with clean structures and pearl-embellishment. But our favourites are the jewellery composed of imperfectly rustic, raw-formed pieces.

  

 

10. ‘KIN

Kick-starting their brand launch with classic hoop earrings, ‘Kin then kicked things up a notch with the textured Nysa Hoops in Gold Vermeil. Now, they’ve branched out, and you’ll fin their pieces showcasing gem-encrusted charms that pair perfectly with their clean-cut Rolo chains. It’s evident that ‘KIN has melded edge, sophistication, and eclectic taste with finesse. We suggest layering these demi-fine beauties for extra flair.  

  

 

11. Oranda

Apart from minimalist charms, gothic lettering and scripting are often employed into the sleek designs of Oranda. Presenting a customised letter or word option, feel free to browse through and pick up their dangling vertical script bar earrings or script band rings. On top of that, they’ve even made elegant pieces with Arabic and Simplified Chinese scripts.

  

 

12. Plenty 

Marvel at the plethora of eye-catching, dainty creations made by the hands of Plenty. While the Genesis Moon and Stars Anklet from the Rose Gold series is undoubtedly gorgeous, the Birth Fleur necklaces marked with different floral patterns for each month make extra memorable gifts. Did we mention they’ve recently switched to fully sustainable packaging – including pouches, recyclable shipping boxes, and shipping flyers?

  

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13 Malaysian jewellery brands that should be on your radar (if they aren’t already)

Looking for jewellery suited for everyday wear or special occasions? Consider these homegrown labels

All that glitters does not have to come from across the seas—Malaysia is brimming with talents after all. From edgy, head-turning facial ornaments to timeless engagement rings to seal your declaration of love, these made-in-Malaysia jewellery brands prove you don’t have to look far for pieces to remember.

For everyday jewels that are tarnish-resistant…

Understated and refined, Tailored Jewel’s Everyday Jewellery collection is strikingly simple, yet covetable. Each piece is crafted in 14k solid white or rose gold, and set with a single diamond for a hint of sparkle. The brand started off online, but has since expanded to two physical locations (The Boulevard Mid Valley in KL and Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru) offering consultancy and jewellery repair services. They make diamond rings and wedding bands as well.

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Founded by Foo Chia Chern and Amira Yahaya, The Straits Finery specialises in 14k gold creations with pared-down designs that are perfect for stacking. With a repertoire devoid of stones—a rather atypical move for a jewellery brand—their designs shine with minimalistic, geometric forms and quiet elegance. Eco-consciousness is also a value that the brand prides itself on, from their custom-made packaging that was designed to minimise waste to efforts in carbon offsetting.  

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Demi-fine jewellery label MYJN (an acronym for May-Jun) promises quality at an affordable price, made possible by their choice of ethically sourced materials—that includes gold vermeil (925 sterling silver plated with a thick layer of 14 to 24k gold) and sterling silver. From elegant pearl-adorned necklaces to edgy, raw-formed rings, there is something for every personality here. Limited-edition leather pocket trays and silk scarves are currently also on offer, though stock is running low.  

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Hailing from Klang, Joanne Tan’s unique brand challenges society’s idealisation of beauty via jewellery. The Central Saint Martins alumni’s collection includes delicate yet head-turning facial ornaments and statement ear cuffs that will surely spark conversation wherever you go. Her most recent collection features a series of what she dubs “ear+rings” that adorn the lobe in new ways.

The label’s earrings are currently available online via fashion marketplace APOC Store, but made-to-order creations can also be requested via email.

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Find both everyday pieces and evening-appropriate designs at VLT (short for Vault). The Essentia Collection speaks of minimalistic chic, perfect for wearing on their own or to stack, while the Privé Collection is sure to elevate your looks with its luxurious array of jewels adorned with freshwater pearls, diamonds and coloured gemstones.

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Like MYJN, ‘Kin bridges the worlds between costume jewellery and fine jewellery with its demi-fine creations. All their pieces are made of 925 sterling silver and plated with Rhodium or 18k gold vermeil. Hoop earring lovers will be delighted with the variety of designs they currently have on site, and the demi-fine label most recently collaborated with Yuna to create sculptural 1.5-inch hoops that embody the bold yet playful personality of the artiste. 

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Founded by fashion lovers Leonie L. and Mandy C., online jeweller Moodd. offers everyday luxury in the form of ethical, genderless jewellery that will add a sparkle to any outfit. Crafted primarily out of sterling silver, gold vermeil and rhodium, classic pieces range from chain links that are easy to match to more statement creations featuring pave settings and eternity bands. 

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High-voltage sparkle made for special moments…

Besides allowing you to customise your own jewellery (perfect for gifting!), Zcova has collaborated with local designers such as Khoon Hooi and Alia Bastamam to create some truly exquisite creations that are emblematic of the respective brands. The online jeweller is also known for their engagement rings, which can be personalised and purchased online. In the case where you prefer to have an in-person consultation or viewing, you can make a visit to the showroom in Kota Damansara. 

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Penang-born Amee Philips honed her skills in the old gemstone capital Idar-Oberstein, and now she creates opulent pieces of wearable art that infuse both classical and contemporary multicultural influences. For Philips, it always begins with stones rather than sketches, with the most beautiful coloured gemstones taking centre stage in her collections.

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A household name when it comes to local jewellers, Habib Jewels have sure come a long way since their humble beginnings dating back to 1958 on Pitt Street in Penang—they essentially grew and flourished alongside our beloved country!

Today, that original shop still stands strong, bolstered by a string of showrooms across Malaysia. Besides its namesake jewels, Habib has also brought in a number of international brands ranging from London-based Stephen Webster to Tous from Spain into their showrooms here.

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Born of a collaboration between Royal Selangor and two European master jewellers in 1973, Selberan takes pride in their 18k gold and diamond jewellery featuring fine craftsmanship and classic motifs. Inspirations for their creations range from the exotic (‘Rococo Reimagined’ and ‘Persia’) to local culture (‘Batik’ and ‘Songket’).

Fun fact: the jeweller has even been given the royal seal of approval—it was entrusted with the restoration of the Sultan of Selangor’s coronation crown in 2003, where it refitted a ceremonial songkok with diamonds and rubies.

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For alternative accessories that make a statement. ..

Newcomer Yukimoto offers handmade ornaments crafted for any occasion. Their jewellery reinterprets natural stones like pearl and jade beyond tradition, through contemporary designs made for both men and women. Inspired by different types of affection, their Love series include elegant pieces with heart-shaped gems for couples, friends, families, and even yourself (can’t forget self-love!). 

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Founder Lorraine Lee drew inspiration from the knot works used in her father’s cognitive therapy to create the one-of-a-kind jewellery of Talee. The Sabah-based brand offers colourful pieces hand-crafted out of sustainable threads that are lightweight, washable and easy on the skin. Their most recent collaboration birthed an exclusive collection, inspired by our country’s lush landscapes, together with local fashion e-commerce platform Dia.

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This is an updated version of an article originally published on August 31, 2019. 

12 Affordable Luxury Jewellery Brands From Malaysia

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Versatile. Elegant. Effortless. These terms aptly sum up the refined simplicity of minimalist jewellery. While there are high-end brands in the growing local market, more and more are veering towards bridging luxurious aesthetics with a less lavish price tag. To suit everyone’s taste, we’ve gladly included them both.

The best part? Although they remain true to clean designs synonymous with minimalist chic, it’s impossible to resist some of their more whimsical and unconventional creations. Whether you choose to mix and match, or layer them on like a tiered cake, the options presented by these local jewellery designers are endless. Time to add to cart:

1. Wanderlust + Co

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d know that Wanderlust + Co is a cult favourite on the jewellery scene (even internationally) as they often take an experimental approach in their designs. Whether you’re diving into their bewitching L’etoile series comprising intricate tarot cards or the Chasing Clouds collection filled with astronomical wonders (including diamante hair clips), there’s something to satisfy even the pickiest of fashionistas.

2. Luccacal

What’s to love about Luccacal is that they continuously release handmade and curated demi-fine pieces (made with precious metals and techniques like vermeil plating) that possess a youthful, modern touch. When it comes to their best-sellers, we can’t get enough of the engraved rose flower necklace and signet ring. In terms of slightly more unconventional choices, you simply can’t go wrong with their stunning Natural Crystal, Abalone Shell, and Freshwater Pearl collections.

3. Gung

Evoking exclusivity and regality with its name, but practicing affordability and sustainability in its principles is Gung (translates to ‘palace’ in Korean). With collections inspired by the shapes and structures of buildings, as well as textures of hammered surfaces and natural finishes, it’s safe to say that these beauties follow a more unusual and edgy theme. Nevertheless, the daintiness in size makes them easy to wear with everyday ensembles.

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4. Psyndrome

With an all-female team in tow, Psyndrome sprung to life to create versatile pieces that stand out from the crowd, tease with a playful design, or sparkle up your look without breaking the bank. True to the spirit of empowering women, the Self Love Necklace is a must-have while the Paperclip Chain and Safety Lock Earrings are a bold, whimsical alternative.

5. Feithe

How about donning some classic crystal beads that’ve been given a modern update that stays true to minimalist fashion? Thanks to Feithe, you can now own necklaces, bracelets, and earrings adorned with this underrated mode of muted glimmer under their charming Mabel Series. Additionally, you can scroll through their gemstone charms catalogue to add on to your favourite jewellery.

6. Minimalist Lab

Exercising simplicity and refinement is none other than the Minimalist Lab. Adhering to the single pendant format, they’ve created luxurious-yet-modest pieces that feature the luck and protective charms in the Courage series, and even a galaxy-inspired Wonder collection. With that in mind, the elegant LOLA Mother of Pearl Clover Sterling Silver Necklace and Bracelet have stolen our hearts.

7. VLT

While the diamond/birthstone bar bracelet by VLT (pronounced ‘vault’) is an excellent go-to for a more personal touch, their Privé Collection packs on the glam with handcrafted pieces embellished with specially-curated South Sea and freshwater pearls, diamonds, and gemstones. Also, be sure to keep a lookout for their upcoming release of ear stacks that include adornment with sapphires!

8. The Straits Finery

Geometric-shaped stacking rings – particularly the gold Nautilus ring – are an exemplary introduction to the design ethos adopted by The Straits Finery. From the multiple parts of the environmentally-influenced Ebb & Flow collection to their classics compilation, the brand’s clean constructions will fit seamlessly into your style.

9. MYJN

Another brand that has jumped onto the demi-fine bandwagon is MYJN, named after its founders May and Jun. Coupled with a sustainable core from start to finish, they’ve released several affordable-but-luxurious collections teeming with clean structures and pearl-embellishment. But our favourites are the jewellery composed of imperfectly rustic, raw-formed pieces.

10. ‘KIN

Kick-starting their brand launch with classic hoop earrings, ‘Kin then kicked things up a notch with the textured Nysa Hoops in Gold Vermeil. Now, they’ve branched out, and you’ll fin their pieces showcasing gem-encrusted charms that pair perfectly with their clean-cut Rolo chains. It’s evident that ‘KIN has melded edge, sophistication, and eclectic taste with finesse. We suggest layering these demi-fine beauties for extra flair.

11. Oranda

Apart from minimalist charms, gothic lettering and scripting are often employed into the sleek designs of Oranda. Presenting a customised letter or word option, feel free to browse through and pick up their dangling vertical script bar earrings or script band rings. On top of that, they’ve even made elegant pieces with Arabic and Simplified Chinese scripts.

12. Plenty

Marvel at the plethora of eye-catching, dainty creations made by the hands of Plenty. While the Genesis Moon and Stars Anklet from the Rose Gold series is undoubtedly gorgeous, the Birth Fleur necklaces marked with different floral patterns for each month make extra memorable gifts. Did we mention they’ve recently switched to fully sustainable packaging – including pouches, recyclable shipping boxes, and shipping flyers?

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Malaysian jewellery brands are on the rise. Here’s 5 to covet

Jewellery is designed as a form of self-expression. You see it in various forms and shapes, on people of different looks and styles. The assumption? That they are made and designed abroad. While that could very well be the case, Malaysian jewellery brands have been on the rise of late so that bit of sparkle you spy hanging off someone’s neck might just be made in Malaysia.

Indeed, thanks to fashionistas local and international as well as jewellery designers on Instagram, the demand for luxurious necklaces, bracelets and earrings has never been greater. Where there’s demand, there will be supply and with it comes a growing pool of designers who are creatively and successfully paving Malaysia’s name in the fashion and jewellery industry.

These designers are stepping up their game by releasing exclusively designed rings, necklaces and bracelets made with various materials from their headquarters. Many of them sport distinct aesthetics, from the thin, clean lines for The Straits Finery to the ones that sport generously sized gem stones. Could any of these designers one day have a store right on Fifth Avenue, standing shoulder to shoulder with global brands like Cartier and Tiffany & Co? Only time will tell. Meanwhile, here are five Malaysian jewellery brands to keep an eye out for now.

1

Amee Philips

One look at her jewellery designs, especially this particular one and you would think “this can’t be local, right?” — but that’s not true. Amee Philips, born and raised in Penang, has come a long way since opening her store in Penang at 1993. Her expertise with gemstones has not gone unnoticed as she has bagged a couple of awards for her work, including the Malaysia Canada Business Council Master Artisan Award.

Visit the website at Amee Philips

2

The Straits Finery

Founders and best friends Amira and Chern who met on a small island along the Straits of Malacca started this brand with the aim of creating delicate fine jewellery. They’ve always watched their mothers style themselves with pieces passed down from generation to generation; hence becoming the main inspiration for the brand. The Straits Finery uses precious metals meant to last for generations — chief among them being 14-karat gold.

Visit the website at The Straits Finery

3

Simone Jewels

It’s been more than a decade since Malaysian-born Simone Ng started her jewellery line and she shows no signs of slowing down. She grew up surrounded by her family of jewellers, which ignited her passion and love for jewellery. Simone Jewels is based in Singapore but is also available in Malaysia, Dubai, Macau, and Bangkok. Her handcrafted, one-of-a-kind transformable jewellery is what kept the world on her tail to see what’s coming up.

Visit the website at Simone Jewels

4

Sue Ling Jewelry

Each jewellery piece you see on the website is specially designed and handcrafted by the KL-born founder, Sue Ling — making them exclusive and one of a kind. Metals and gems are used extensively in her line of rings, necklaces and earrings. Sue Ling Jewelry is based in Singapore but is welcome for orders on her Facebook page.

Visit the website at Sue Ling Jewelry

5

Durrah Jewelry

Durrah Jewelry may be founded in London, but Malaysian-born Durrah Khalil spent her childhood days where she learn to love jewellery in Kuala Lumpur. With experience under big jewellery houses such as Tiffany & Co. under her belt, her line features combined elements of Asian and European culture.

Visit the website at Durrah Jewelry

12 Popular Places to Buy Engagement Rings in Malaysia

Before you came to that big wedding day, you have to take the guts to ask that lucky woman for a sweet ‘Yes’.  Your proposal is also one of the most important days in your life. With that, we listed 12 Popular Places to Buy Engagement Rings in Malaysia that will definitely make her say yes and will fall in love with you the second time around.

This article is updated on 18 January 2021.

12 Popular Places to Buy Engagement Rings in Malaysia

1. ZCOVA, for guaranteed brilliant engagement rings with dual certification (GIA & GemEx)

When it comes to diamond engagement rings, there is no mistaking the superb quality and brilliance of LUMOS by ZCOVA Diamonds. Each stunning diamond has dual certifications from GIA and GemEx, and personally handpicked by ZCOVA’s very own in-house GIA-graduate gemologists with strict requirements. Furthermore, ZCOVA is the only brand in Malaysia and Singapore to offer dual-certificates for their brilliant diamonds. With no middlemen in the picture, their prices are highly competitive with a lowest price guarantee. They provide customisation service which is free of charge, and they also have a Price Match service where they match or offer a lower price if you find a diamond of the same quality from their competitors. 

What we love about ZCOVA is that they go over and beyond in terms of providing excellent customer service. For bespoke jewellery, they send over a complimentary 3D printed ring for you to try on the ring size and design on your hand before confirming. Moreover, ZCOVA’s unique Propose with a Diamond package solves the pain point for many couples. Unsure of whether your partner will love the engagement ring? This package basically allows you to pop the question with a loose diamond on a temporary ring setting, such that she can specially design and customise her dream ring to her liking after the proposal!

You’ll be pleased to know that ZCOVA provides free secure shipping for all orders globally, 100% fully insured by luxury goods logistics company Malca Amit. Featured in various media such as NST, The Star, Oriental Daily and more, ZCOVA is also the chosen brand for renowned Malaysian designers like Khoon Hooi and Alia Bastamam to launch their respective co-branded accessories collections.

Check out ZCOVA for your engagement rings >

2. Tailored Jewel, for exquisite engagement ring designs at fair prices

Diamonds are said to be a girl’s best friend, but often, they come with a hefty price tag that dampens your wedding plans. This pain point is what Tailored Jewel sought to solve for consumers. Established in 2012, Tailored Jewel takes pride in providing affordable jewellery while maintaining exceptional quality and craftsmanship. They work directly with suppliers across the globe to remove the middleman, passing on the savings to the consumers with their marked down prices. Since its inception, the company has strong customer credentials, delivering 5-star reviews consistently with their exquisite jewellery designs. Tailored Jewel is now also recognised by SITEC as a Top 10 E-Commerce Merchants Winner for 2019.

Made with the finest 14k and 18k solid gold or PT950 non-plated platinum which are nickel-free and allergy-free, Tailored Jewel’s extensive range of Premium Pick engagement rings features x3 excellent GIA-certified diamonds made in Hong Kong which radiates a brilliant shine, all at an affordable price point. What’s great about the Premium Picks is that it is risk-free and hassle-free, whereby the company offers a full refund with no questions asked if you are not wow-ed on first sight. Additionally, we love their commitment to consumer education, providing useful information on the 4Cs of diamonds and materials used. Tailored Jewel also retails beautiful wedding bands and carries a collection of Fine Jewellery and Demi-fine Jewellery for chic jewellery.

Check out Tailored Jewel for your engagement rings >

Website: www. tailoredjewel.com
Address:
Mid Valley:
Unit 19-1, Level 1, Block 19, The Boulevard Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Johor Bahru: PARADIGM MALL, JOHOR BAHRU. Lot UGK07, Upper Ground Floor, Jalan Bertingkat Skudai, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor Malaysia
Contact: Tel: +603 7733 8577 | Whatsapp: +6010 931 6558
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3. iDO Jewellery, for customised engagement rings inspired by seasonal trends and fashion runways

Going by the philosophy that a client’s satisfaction is something that money cannot buy, iDo Jewellery dedicates its artistry in crafting bespoke jewelleries with perfection, believing that you deserve an exquisite piece of jewellery that is uniquely yours . Ling Oo, the mastermind behind the modernized jeweller, is accredited by GIA and even awarded in an International Jewellery Design competition in Hong Kong.

Established in 2009, iDo Jewellery offers clients various ways of designing their very own engagement ring. You can either start by exploring loose diamonds or fancy colour diamonds, or browse through a collection of engagement ring styles and settings. They even retail classy matching wedding bands as a one-stop-shop.

Drawing inspiration from seasonal trends and fashion runways, each handcrafted design is never repeated. You can also simply share your design ideas with their designer, who will share a CAD design for review and approval. This ensures that your engagement ring is truly one of a kind. They select only good cutting diamonds and quality comfort fit rings (which are nickel free; they use palladium instead) for our white gold. What’s great about iDo Jewellery is that their turn-around time is 1 month from the client’s design approval, which is one of the quickest in the market — let alone its competitive pricing. Be sure to check out some testimonials from their clients as well for more information.

Check out iDO Jewellery for your engagement rings >

4. SUEN, for diamonds of unrivalled brilliance and exceptional bespoke service

For more than a decade, SUEN has been crafting jewelleries with the utmost care and exceptional quality, producing the finest bespoke pieces that embody heartfelt stories. SUEN never settles for less than the extraordinary; internationally acclaimed fine jewellery brands set a high standard, and among these is The Love Diamond.

Our favourite, The Love Diamond, features a solitaire diamond cut with the highest precision, recognized by the International Gemological Institute (IGI) in Belgium to be superior and named as the “ideal cut.” What especially caught our eyes and hearts is the symmetry and polish of the diamond. Each of the 58 facets of the gem is polished perfectly, giving the most beautiful dazzle and colourful explosions once hit with light, radiating the eight perfect hearts and arrows from the inside of the gem.  

With an authentic Diamond Grading Report from IGI, every Love Diamond is cut to serve as the ultimate expression of love, regardless of carat weight, color, and clarity. Our top pick, The Beautiful Duet collection, boasts The Love Diamond engagement rings that are designed to fit the matching wedding bands like a harmonious duet. 

Should you prefer to incorporate your own expression of love into a unique, bespoke piece, master artisans at the Atelier can put your vision to paper, carefully crafting your story in the piece. What’s great about SUEN is that they treat every customer like family – providing  lifetime care. Complimentary services include cleaning, polishing, and personalized engraving. If this is your first time researching engagement rings, be sure to check out their comprehensive diamond guide!

5.

Eumayco Jewellery, for intricate and exquisite wedding ring designs

Renowned for their bespoke designs and fine workmanship, Eumayco Jewellery boasts talented designers and gemologists specialising in contemporary and resplendent wedding bands and engagement rings. Since 2009, the prominent jewellery store in Kuala Lumpur continuously creates new trends in unique fine jewellery. Be it the classic GIA-certified diamond rings or the latest trending gemstone rings featuring tourmaline, pink sapphire, or the classy tanzanite, Eumayco Jewellery can transform your dream wedding ring into reality.

Meticulously curating only the finest of diamonds and gemstones, Eumayco Jewellery ensures that each ring is of top notch quality, an ideal representation of your love story meant to withstand the test of time. Offering custom design services, the team seeks to create unique, timeless pieces for their clients that suit both their preferences and personalities. 

Check out Eumayco Jewellery for your bespoke wedding rings >

6. Memory Jewellery, for creative designs and inimitable love bands

Right at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Memory Jewellery began its journey in 2014 as a homegrown brand with dreams and intentions of expressing your personality, lifestyle, and passion through their jewels. They offer a sizeable collection ranging from exquisite engagement and wedding rings to other jewellery like earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and anklets. What sets this jeweller apart is their heart for artful innovation. To them, fine quality jewellery need not be a rare luxury. Rather, each person should have them as a token of self-expression, something fit for everyday use as well as a worthy memento for pivotal life milestones. This quest to make jewellery accessible to more people led them to develop a simplified and more affordable process for bespoke ring designing.

Harnessing the power of technology and their intricate knowledge of ring craftsmanship, Memory Jewellery intimately involves each customer in customising their preferred ring design. You can use their easy customisation tool to choose a design that speaks to you, then experience the fit and aesthetic through a 3D-printed model of your ring. The result is a treasure that not only shows off your own unique love story but also stays within your budget. On top of the custom design service, Memory Jewellery also has thoughtful selections that will satisfy different tastes and styles, ready to be bought and owned. They have extreme commitment in helping you realise the jewel that represents a chapter in your life which shows through the highly personalised service that they give. Schedule an appointment today for your own inimitable ring.

Wedding packages and rates:

  • Wedding ring pairs start from RM3,000
  • Engagement rings start from RM1,499

Get your engagement ring from Memory Jewellery >

7. Radiance Diamond, for pristine and finely crafted jewellery with impeccable service

Founded by husband and wife Ong Tiong Yee and Elizabeth Ong, Radiance Diamond has grown from being a small jewellery shop to having its own marquee store in Bangsar. 40 years after, they are hailed as one of the most sought after jewellers in Malaysia. The secret of their success lies not only in the quality of their products but also the service that most of their clients laud them for.

Radiance Diamond puts emphasis on providing the best service and maintaining a trustworthy reputation to their clients. Each customer receives a personal service – they arrange local or international deliveries whenever necessary, and clients within Klang Valley are offered a chauffeur service for their purchase. One of their clients even confessed that Radiance Diamond’s collections made them experience “love at first sight.”

Aside from a wide selection of GIA Diamonds, Colour and Semi Precious Stones, Pearls, Burmese Jades and White and Yellow Gold Items, Radiance Diamond also specialises in custom-made jewellery. Their team of skilled craftsmen and highly trained quality control personnel make sure that each piece they produce is of outstanding value and nothing short of impeccable. Radiance Diamond is currently holding a relocation sale until 31 August 2019.

Check out Radiance Diamond for dazzling engagement rings >>

8. Habib Jewels, for perfect and exquisite diamonds

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Habib Jewels was founded by Datuk Haji Habib Mohamed Abdul Latif. It has a colorful history in jewelry that dates back to 1958. In fact, Habib Jewels is also one of the Malaysia’s top jewelers. They are known for their prestige collection that has good quality and world-class designs. We are sure that they can give you the perfect engagement ring that you are really dreaming about!

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Looking for a unique ring that will make you stand out from the rest? Wah Chan can help you with that. This jeweller becomes a household name in Malaysia. Aside from building a good reputation in the industry of jewelry making, Wah Chan is also known as the third largest jeweler in Malaysia. Though they belong to the group of professional engravers, polishers, and more, do also note that upon checking their collections, you will also see some traditional and contemporary jewelry. Remember that engagement rings doesn’t always need to be luxurious, sometimes you just have to choose the unique one!

10. Diamond & Platinum, for a dazzling collection of creative, and beautiful designs

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Want a mix of diamond and platinum for your engagement ring? Head straight to Diamond & Platinum, then. The name itself can clearly tell you that they are able to perfectly match the two materials for your ring. In fact, Diamond & Platinum is known for having the biggest collection of Pt950 Platinum. It only proves that you have a lot to choose from their selections.

11. Love & Co. Malaysia, for exclusive style and high-quality materials

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Love & Co. brings the romantic and indispensable quality of love through their collections. Every design they are making are with a touch of sophistication and contemporary elegance. As a matter of fact, heir precise craftsmanship is what Love & Co uses to make every love story shining. Aside from breathtaking designs and high-quality materials, each of Love & Co’s collection has a story to tell and yours might be next.

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Tiffany & Co played an important role in millions of iDo’s and Yes. All branches around the world offer an extensive selection of jewellery, timepieces, sterling silver wear and accessories. Clients know how much effort they are putting in crafting every piece like an engagement ring. They have proven their excellent services so there’s no doubt that Tiffany & Co can help you creating unforgettable memories.

Website: www.tiffany.com
Address: Kuala Lumpur – Suria KLCC, Ground Floor, Lot No. G25B, Kuala Lumpur City Center, Kuala Lumpur 50088
Contact: +603- 2163 2088
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We are sure that you want nothing but to get the best engagement rings available to mark the special moment of your proposal. We hope that TWV’s list of 12 Popular Places to Buy Engagement Rings in Malaysia helped you in choosing the best for you.

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4 Malaysian-born jewellery designers you should know

Angela Goh

Friday, June 17, 2016

updated the Friday, June 17, 2016

Time to familiarise yourself with new names in fashion that are much closer to home – these jewellery designers have got what it takes to take on the world.

  • Simone Ng

    While her brand is based in Singapore, the Malaysian-born Australian is a private jeweller to a cult following of women from all over the world. Simone established Simone Jewels a decade ago, bringing to life a great number of impressive designs and innovative creations since then. By specialising in one-of-a-kind ready-to-wear pieces, Simone is the go-to designer for customisable jewels that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Photo: Simone Jewels Facebook

  • Amee Philips

    One of the most prominent Malaysian jewellery designers whose brilliance is acknowledged all over the globe, Amee Philips and her eponymous brand has been featured at events such as New York Fashion Week and been lauded with the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award in 2012. Being one of Malaysia’s foremost authorities on gemstones and jewellery, Amee has been continually creating extraordinary designs and showing the world her talents in turning quality gemstones into ornate and wearable masterpieces.Photo: Amee Philips Youtube Channel

  • Durrah Khalil

    Durrah Khalil is a jewellery designer in her own right. After working in the industry for large jewellery houses such as Mouawad and Tiffany & Co., Durrah eventually decided to take on the world of diamond grading, jewellery design and jewellery manufacturing. She has been on a roll ever since. Producing lovely statement pieces that are striking and deceptively simple, the founder of UK-based Durrah Jewellery has had a love for jewellery ever since her days as a little girl living in KL. And her passion certainly shows in her quality creations.Photo: Durrah Jewellery

  • Sue Ling

    Though she began her career in finance, Sue Ling (founder of Sue Ling Jewelry) found her calling in handcrafting jewellery after experimenting in design and metalsmithing. Today, fans of her creations include well-known local celebrities, and her jewellery has been featured on fashion runways and across many media publications. We love the complexity of her pieces – the way she melds colourful gemstones with precious metals to create bold and unique works of art is truly stunning.
    Photo: Sue Ling Jewelry Facebook

We’ve shared with you some of our favourite Malaysian beauty brands as well as a number of great Malaysian fashion designers who’ve wowed and impressed us. This time, we would like to introduce you to a handful of talented Malaysian jewellery designers who have been making it big lately. From world-renowned Amee Philips to the contemporary Durrah Khalil, these ladies sure know how to make life just a little more luxurious.

Head up to the gallery to acquaint yourselves with these larger-than-life jewellery designers, then head over to their websites to check out some of their stunning creations. We’re sure they’ll leave stars and sparkles in your eyes!

Angela Goh

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Malaysian jewellery brand makes wedding ring shopping a breeze during MCO with virtual consultation | Life

Tailored Jewel saw an increase in its virtual consultation during the pandemic. ― Picture courtesy of Tailored Jewel

PETALING JAYA, Feb 4 ― Choosing the perfect wedding ring can be a nerve-racking undertaking.

Throw in a pandemic, border restrictions and the sheer anxiety of being exposed to Covid-19 while being outside of your home, there surely must be a way of making ring shopping a memorable experience.

That’s where Tailored Jewel comes in.

The homegrown brand that has been dubbed Malaysia’s number one online jeweller became a game-changer in the jewellery world when it launched in 2012, offering customers a fully customisable range of quality jewellery at marked down prices.

Another point of difference, perhaps more relevant than ever before, is their virtual consultation service that brings the in-store experience into the comforts of one’s home.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Malay Mail spoke to founder Ethon Low on the modern conveniences of selecting the perfect wedding jewellery virtually, a popular trend among customers below the age of 35.

“The demand for virtual consultation has definitely increased with the enforcement of the movement control order (MCO) and in accordance with the new norm, we have noticed that people are more open to online purchases, even for jewellery,” Low said.

A hand model showcases a selection of rings to a customer during a virtual consultation session. ― Picture courtesy of Tailored Jewel

Ring shopping in the new normal

Whenever they receive a request, consultants will first have to find out the type of ring, design and diamond a customer is looking for before setting a virtual appointment.

Multiple tools and devices are employed during the virtual call where the rings are showcased close-up, in a 360-angle view as part of the comprehensive service.

A hand model is used to display the actual rings on the finger for customers to get a sense of how the piece looks.

On another screen, consultants explain every detail and answer any questions the customer has.

“After the session, a quotation with options will be sent over to our customers through email and WhatsApp and our consultant will also follow-up closely with the customers to walk them through the purchasing process as well as to attend to any further queries.

Established in 2012, Tailored Jewel offers customers quality jewellery, including GIA-graded diamonds at an affordable price. ― Picture courtesy of Tailored Jewel

“Once the order is confirmed, we will mail a ring-sizer to our customers to accurately measure their ring size for the next stage of customisation,” Low said.

To ensure customer satisfaction, all online orders include free insured shipment within Malaysia, GIA certificates for diamonds 0.3 carats and above, a money-back guarantee and free ring resizing services for a year.

GIA diamonds are graded by the Gemological Institute of America whereby the stone’s quality and 4C’s ― colour, cut, clarity and carat weight ― are fully assessed.

On top of all their diamonds undergoing the strict GIA grading process, Tailored Jewel sources authentic and ethically mined gems from top producers worldwide who are certified by registered members of the gems union body and association.

Tailored Jewel’s physical store is located at The Boulevard, Mid Valley City. ― Picture courtesy of Tailored Jewel

Staying ahead of the game

As retailers scramble to rethink their business strategies during Covid-19, brands are realising the value of a strong digital presence and virtual experience to appeal to consumers.

“Meanwhile, brands that already have an existing e-commerce platform are seen to have become even more aggressive during the pandemic,” Low said.

He added that Tailored Jewel was “lucky enough” to have established their e-commerce platform much earlier, a far-sighted move that lessened the pandemic’s blow on brick-and-mortar shops.

Just like many other businesses, the wedding industry is one of the casualties of the virus, leaving altars empty as proposals and wedding plans are postponed due to MCO guidelines.

“However, we still observe a good number of customers that proceed with their ring purchases or that alter their wedding plans to a much smaller scale for a more intimate wedding celebration,” Low said.

“As for jewellers, it has made brands look into bringing the entire physical jewellery purchase experience ― the touch, feel and try-on ― to a whole new different level on the digital side.”

Being an omni-channel brand, Tailored Jewel’s physical store and e-commerce site were well-equipped, enabling them to quickly adapt to the new norm to ensure customers can proceed with their purchases and wedding plans despite the circumstances.

“We hope to ease out some of the worries and inconveniences in the wedding-planning journey of our customers, especially during this uncertain time,” Low said.

But with everyone jumping on the digital bandwagon, competition has increased as customers are now spoiled for choice.

“It is much harder for businesses to thrive amongst one another than it was five to six years ago.

“However, customers are also now more educated about online purchases and will be inclined to splurge on guaranteed purchases that come with a warranty and aftercare services,” Low said on the brand’s strength.

The virtual consultation is popular among customers below the age of 35, says founder Ethon Low. ― Picture courtesy of Tailored Jewel

Simple, timeless designs remain popular

When it comes to the most sought-after ring design, simple yet timeless and nothing too over- the-top reign supreme.

Some may prefer a little more sparkle on their finger, said Low, while others prefer the minimal route.

“Our advice is to find a good balance between a simple yet unique design that will allow for the ring to still be in trend and relevant for generations to come,” he said.

Over the years, customers have leaned towards injecting their own personality into the designs, taking cues from social media, which is why the brand has always provided customisation services to allow buyers to create their own ring.

“With the personalisation factor as well, couples are able to truly feel like the ring belongs to them exclusively.

“Customers these days are also more receptive to boutique-style jewellers who are able to provide quality without the hefty price tag,” Low said.

On choosing the perfect ring, Low advises customers to go for a classic and iconic design so that the piece will remain timeless and relevant for generations to come.

Because it is a once in a lifetime purchase, it is important to invest in a quality piece.

“Although it might come with a heavier price tag, this investment will be well worth it in the long run.

“Nonetheless, choose a ring that you absolutely love and represents you the most,” Low said.

Customers today prefer simple, timeless designs and nothing too over the top. ― Picture courtesy of Tailored Jewel

Shopping in Malaysia

One of the favorite places on the planet for fans of shopping tourism – Malaysia invariably remains. A huge selection of goods for every taste, excellent prices and high quality customer service – all this can be found in huge shopping centers, branded boutiques and small shops that have opened in the capital of Malaysia, the city of Kuala Lumpur and a number of other cities of this country, which are most often visited by tourists …

Labuan Islands, Langkawi, some of the trading establishments in Kuala Lumpur and
Penang – offer the buyer excellent duty-exempt goods
tax, which makes the cost extremely low in comparison with the same goods
sold all over the world.The list of such products is made up of cosmetics, tobacco
products, perfumes, cameras, mobile phones, computers, watches and
much more.
Traveling around Malaysia, one can only wonder how rich the choice is.
the offered goods and how profitable it is to buy them in this country. Capital
Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur, opens the doors of luxury shopping centers, whose
the number reaches almost fifty! And each of which has not only excellent
offered assortment, but also competitive prices, excellent conditions for
shopping and many privileges for its visitors.For more
amenities, currency exchange offices, cafes, restaurants, massage
classrooms, Spa salons, playrooms for children and much more. If you are in
such a shopping center, then here you can spend your
time.

The best time to visit Malaysia for shopping is
August, September and December. The cost of goods at this time of year is indeed
can be called unique! For Malaysia, on the eve of the holiday Ramadan (and he
celebrated in August-September), on the eve of the celebration of Catholic Christmas and
Chinese New Year, exorbitant price cuts are traditional. The assortment offered by local sellers will not leave anyone indifferent –
antiques, various equipment, professional music and video
equipment, goods of the most famous brands from all over the world, jewelry and
much much more. All shops try to give the best price for
the offered goods and during the days of sales, the mood of a holiday and a fairy tale reigns here!
Have you ever seen a business when discounts on goods of famous brands reach 80% !!! How
do not believe in miracles here!

The most popular shopping centers in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur,
are located in the very center of the city.The landmark of the city center is the towers
-the Petronas twins. But in other parts of the city, there are many popular
shopping centers and squares.

Starting your journey into the world of discounts and super-offers from worldwide
famous KLCC (Suria Kuala Lumpur City Center, located at
station of the same name KLCC Station), you simultaneously combine a tour of
city ​​center and shopping tour. The shopping complex is located on six floors in
the building of the Petronas Twin Towers and can offer the best selection of goods on
any wallet.The abundance of goods is overwhelming, the quality is impressive, the prices lead
delighted! Brand lovers will find here products from Burberry, Chanel, Cole Haan,
Gucchi, Loewe, Hermes, Cartier, Mikimoto, Tiffany & co, Rolex, Tissot and
a lot others. You can find everything your heart desires in the shops of the mall
– footwear, baby products, women’s and men’s clothing, toys, cosmetics, perfume,
appliances, jewelry, bags, handmade smoking pipes, rare antique
things …

Bukit Bintang Street is no less famous for its trade network , where
several large shopping centers are located at once – Lot 10, KL Plaza, Sungei
Wang Plaza, Bukit Bintang Plaza, Starhill Gallery.Trading device system
rows, allows you to save time in search of the desired product. So, in the first
ranks you can buy the most expensive goods of world brands, then in a wide
assortment presents various products at more affordable prices and the latest
a shopping mall arranged according to the principle of a regular market, where it is customary to bargain and
receive additional discounts. Here you can choose souvenirs, clothes, toys,
costume jewelry and much more.

If you are planning to buy clothes in a colorful Asian style, then the most
the best choice would be shopping at the Berjaya Times mall
Square, where there are not only many shops (over 1000 !!!), but also built
excellent amusement park with a modern 3-D cinema, roller coasters
and slot machines.The shopping center has 12 floors where you can find
many bright and beautiful things, formal suits and evening dresses, cosmetics,
jewelry and more, at very affordable prices. Among the multitude
shops, there are those that sell exclusively youth clothing and
fashion accessories.

Traveling around the capital of Malaysia, you can find various shops and
shops, markets and kiosks where you can buy during the holiday sales
many beautiful and desirable things may have been for a long time.But it should be noted that
prices do not particularly differ in different retail outlets of the city and keep
about the same level. Conclusion – if you have met the thing you like, then
worth buying. It makes no sense to look for it cheaper.

For people who have arrived in search of technology, it will be interesting to visit the shops
Imbi Plaza, Low Yat Plaza located next to Bukit Bintang street. Here you can
choose a variety of products, most of which are produced in the most
Malaysia.

Leaving the borders of the capital and going for example to Kota Kinobalu (state
Sabah) ,
Center Point Sabah, where a variety of merchandise can be found on 10 floors for a very
pleasant prices.The best shopping mall in Sabah state, this shopping mall
the center regularly holds various events, sales, exhibitions, etc.
The complex is located in the heart of the business district, has a huge shopping
square, car park, entertainment complex, many restaurants, cafes and
etc. A great place to shop on Kota Kinobalu is Gaya Street
Street , with an old history as a shopping street
this area. Today you can no longer find wooden shops here, but descendants
merchants have survived to this day, observing family traditions, many people from this
streets today choose trade as a professional activity.Today’s shopping centers, opened on the basis of yesterday’s private shops,
which, having united, can now offer very high quality goods
different categories. Noteworthy shopping malls at Kota Kinobalu –
Warisan Square, Wisma Merdeka, City Mall, Asia City Complex, 1BORNEO,
Karamunsing Complex, Wawasan Plaza.
As it probably became clear – with shopping in Malaysia, everything is just fine.
And, no less important, profitable acquisitions can be made not only in
the capital of this country, but also in any of its cities designed to visit
foreign tourist.Well, if the purpose of the acquisition is clothing
traditionally Malay fashion, folk art and the like – then
even in places not intended for tourist forays, you can buy
a lot of things you liked!
When shopping, don’t forget about gifts for friends and family.
Some people postpone the purchase of souvenirs, counting on their purchase in
airport before departure. But as a rule, souvenirs are worth
expensive.

Returning from a trip to Malaysia, you will be able to bring beautiful
souvenirs from Malaysia.The main attraction of the city of Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Twin Towers, especially for guests of the city, offer to purchase in
different types – these are beautiful glass balls, postcards, and mini-copies
towers, posters, badges, tower cookies and much more
another that can only be purchased in Malaysia and elsewhere. Largest selection
souvenirs, whose theme is dedicated to these legendary towers, are presented in the
the Twin Towers of Petronas, where there are also souvenir rows.
In addition to the replicas of the twin towers, you can bring from Malaysia as souvenirs
various traditional sweets, among which sweets occupy a special place
made from the exotic fruit durian, or dried durian itself. V
fresh export of fruit is prohibited due to its tart, sweetish-putrid
smell. If you nevertheless decide to bring this exotic
treat – not worth buying a lot. Believe me – the additives of these peculiar
sweets, our man rarely asks!
In addition to the usual set of souvenirs, consisting of images of symbols of the country
or the city, sweets and overseas fruits, as a gift can be purchased
products made of batik or metal (sometimes tin products simply shake their
beauty), inexpensive jewelry and costume jewelry, exotic butterflies and
insects sold in glazed boxes, beautiful silks and much
other.

Before you go shopping in Malaysia, do not forget a few
complicated rules: purchases are paid only in local currency or credit
by card (all major credit cards are accepted). If you
did not have time to exchange cash, there is nothing to worry about – in stores in Malaysia
there are also exchange offices and ATMs where you can withdraw the required amount already
in Malay ringits. Buying expensive jewelry, clothing, souvenirs, etc.we recommend that you keep receipts for your purchase, which you may need when
crossing the border. Do not forget that many animals and insects are
under the protection of the law and the purchase of such live or deceased is possible only
in specialized stores licensed to sell such goods. At
when buying such souvenirs, keep your receipt! You may be asked to present it
at customs. In addition, live animals, birds and insects without specially
executed papers are strictly prohibited for export.If you dream about something
special that can amaze the imagination, it is better to choose souvenir arrows and
pipe (the weapon used by the inhabitants of the jungle found popularity among
civilized part of society), a kite, wickerwork, daggers,
carved paintings, masks, antique antique amulets and much more.
When visiting large shopping centers, it makes sense to take a map-plan on which you can
mark the shops you like or those that you want in the first place
visit.This will make it easier to navigate and if you decide to return for
the thing you like in one of the shops, you don’t have to run around the floors
remembering where it was.

Working hours of shops in Malaysia from 10 am to 10 pm.
Markets are open until midnight – Malays, as a rule, make purchases in the evening, at
therefore, parking lots and restaurants are overcrowded in the evening. Will
it is reasonable to end your shopping tour by 8pm if you do not want to get in
in a traffic jam when leaving a shopping center.
As for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Malls in Malaysia – there is no
less huge selection. As a rule, all shopping centers have food courts where
a large assortment of food for every taste and for a very pleasant
prices. There are also restaurant floors where you can have a very sophisticated dinner.
or dine at a more expensive, but not fabulous price. Purchase
what, in Malaysia, do NOT count: warm clothes and shoes, fur products.
Malaysia is a warm country and such an assortment is very limited here.
Important! – holding sales in late summer – early autumn,
falls on holidays. The holiday of Ramadan, falls annually on different
dates depending on the lunar phase and its holding must be specified
additionally according to the Malay Muslim calendar.

Happy shopping!

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90,000 Shopping in Penang. Let’s go shopping

Penang Island is one of the most attractive shopping destinations in Malaysia.Here are located shopping centers and markets known throughout the country, you can buy unique handicrafts and the best regional products. Most of the popular shopping malls and markets are located in Georgetown, here you can find any category of goods. On Teluk Bahang street, there are workshops and shops where you can buy excellent batik; it is one of the most popular souvenirs among tourists. While on holiday in Penang, you should pay special attention to local jewelry, which is distinguished by a very affordable price level.Jewelry is sold here even in the markets, but experienced travelers still advise buying them in specialized salons, in this case you can count on high quality.

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In Georgetown, the most popular jewelry stores are located on Lebuh Campbell and Lebuh Kapitan Keling streets, where in each workshop you can find exclusive pieces that are unlike others.While walking through the souvenir shops, you should pay special attention to the crafts made of ceramics and tin, their production is one of the oldest crafts for local residents. You can also buy interesting antiques in souvenir shops.In the capital of the island, Jalan Pintal Tali Street is considered the most attractive place for choosing souvenir products.

Not far from this street is the Lorong Kulit flea market, which is open every Saturday.The most ordinary locals offer their unique goods in this market.Travelers will have the opportunity to buy old clothes and interior decorations, jewelry and works of art. Copyright www.orangesmile.com

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Georgetown is home to one of the country’s most famous shopping malls, called Komtar.Its location is the tallest skyscraper on the island; it is directed up to 232 meters. It is difficult to imagine a category of goods that could not be found in this shopping center. Hundreds of clothing and footwear stores are represented here, there are specialized pavilions with goods and toys for children, as well as electronics and sporting goods stores. Women will certainly be pleased with the variety of cosmetics and perfumery stores in the shopping center, as well as jewelry salons.Visitors can combine shopping walks with relaxation in local restaurants and cafes, and on one of the top floors of the skyscraper is the most popular observation deck on the island.

Prangin Mall is the largest shopping center in Georgetown in terms of area; it is largely aimed at young people and fans of modern style. There are a lot of attractive youth shops here, where you can buy the most fashionable clothes and shoes, as well as acquire new original accessories. The shopping center has several restaurants and a modern cinema, as well as recreation areas with game simulators.

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The Gurney Plaza shopping center is located in the vicinity of the capital; it will appeal to those who prefer to shop in the most sophisticated stores.In total, 380 stores are represented here, including boutiques of famous world brands. Here you can also buy goods from local producers, including excellent organic cosmetics and jewelry. Not far from the shopping center is the Gurney Drive Promenade, which in the evening turns into a large open-air restaurant.

The largest shopping center on the island is Queensbay Mall; it unites about 500 stores of various specializations within its walls.There are trade pavilions of such well-known brands as MNG Mango, Nichii, Quiksilver, Timberland, British India, Elle, Gap and Liz Clairborne. The shopping center is perfect for family holidays, there are many shops with goods for children, and entertainment centers with all kinds of attractions and a cinema are also available to visitors.

If you happen to visit Georgetown on the last Sunday of the month, you should definitely visit the Little Penang Street Market.It works only one day a month; the tradition of organizing sales of handicrafts appeared relatively recently, in 2006. In this market you can buy beautiful clothes and jewelry in the national style, carved wood ornaments for the home, silver jewelry, art and antiques. The market is also notable for the fact that during its work, master classes and performances by street artists are often held.

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World famous jewelry brands: Graff

Beautiful and, at the same time, mesmerizing jewelry from Graff Diamonds are masterly pieces of jewelry that have become a unique heritage of society. This property continues to grow and develop, revealing more and more secrets of the earth’s interior in the form of diamonds to the world community. They are like a sparkling thread that passes through time and space: they appear before humanity in all their glory, then they again hide from the eyes of seekers of jewels.

Lawrence Graff is a restless “hunter” for the unique gifts of the Earth, who lives and breathes his brainchild – the Graff Diamonds company. He is an incredible person, he personally controls all the most important stages of the production of his exclusive jewelry masterpieces and periodically becomes the proud owner of the largest diamonds in the world.

Company History

From childhood, this boy from a working-class family living in a modest area of ​​London had a hard time. His mother was the owner of a small shop, and his father sewed clothes until he was taken to the front to fight in World War II.To support his family, 14-year-old Lawrence went to work. First, he helped his mother in the store, washed the floors and performed simple tasks, and later got a job as an assistant in Schindler’s jewelry workshop.

Having gained experience, after 8 years, Graff opens his own workshop, where he makes jewelry in the original style, and in just two years he opens a couple of branded jewelry stores. Since his products were not appreciated by experienced craftsmen in his hometown and luck did not accompany him, Lawrence decided to look for his happiness abroad.He collected his best pieces and headed to Singapore.

Starting from scratch in another country, his products took their rightful place on the shelves of Robinsons stores, where the master held exhibitions and sales. After a short amount of time, the prince of Brunei and his wife liked the jewelery masterpieces. This married couple became for Graff not only a profitable client, but also a close reliable friend, they visited him more than once in London. And he, in turn, once a month visited Brunei with his best products.The fame of Graff Diamonds jewelry spread all over the world, and high-ranking officials of China, India and Malaysia became buyers.

In the 70s, the company is actively developing and, the first in its field, receives the award from the Queen for achievements in production (1973). She was not the last and this status was confirmed three more times: in 1977, 1994 and 2006. During this period of time, two modest shops are replaced by one large retail jewelry boutique.

The popularity of the brand has grown so much that the prince of Saudi Arabia, Turki Aziz, without disclosing his status, visited the store and bought all the jewelry in it.Among them was a large diamond of incredible beauty, weighing 14 carats.

Over the next twenty years, Lawrence continues to travel the world and gain success in other countries. So he met the wife of the President of the Philippines, who, like many, became a regular enthusiastic client of Graff. Some of her purchases were worth up to $ 10 million.

In the 90s, as a result of the increased status of the company, the brand store changed its location and moved to one of the most luxurious areas – Mayfair.

The Asian direction was conquered, but this is not the limit.

In the 2000s, the company focuses its development on connoisseurs of jewelry masterpieces in France and the United States of America. Boutiques open in Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, New York, Palm Beach, Chicago.

They generate incredible profits from the very first year of operation. An active advertising campaign helps to build an excellent reputation for Graff jewelry. Even unknown and not so large diamonds that visited the workshops of this brand were assigned bright memorable names and they became separate pieces of jewelry that were very popular in the diamond market.

Laurence Graff has become one of the shareholders of a gemstone mining company to be the first to be aware of the news about unique diamonds and to get them easily.

Features of jewelry Graff

Each piece of such a jewelry tycoon is a legend, which embodies sophistication that is not subject to time and trends of modern fashion. The company’s designers, like world-renowned artists, create their beautiful creations that win the hearts of millions.The jewelry harmoniously combines the captivating brilliance of beautiful diamonds, the original style of the brand and uniqueness.

Do not forget that Lawrence is an admirer and specialist in rare minerals. He enthusiastically searches for them all over the planet and, at every opportunity, acquires unique specimens of the gifts of nature, which will turn into mesmerizing jewelry.

Graff Diamonds is the embodiment of elegance in delightful jewelry, which has been worked on by more than one generation of the best craftsmen in jewelry.Graff Diamonds is an era, style and way of life!

Famous jewelry brands. Part 1

They delight royalty and adorn the world’s stars. They dictate their own rules and remain in demand for over a century. Who is in the top five of the most famous jewelry houses?

1.Tiffany & Co. The American company, created back in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany, today has boutiques far beyond the United States. A distinctive feature of the brand is its turquoise color. It is also a trademark of the company.

Thousands of girls dream of getting the coveted turquoise box with an engagement ring. The brand gained particular fame in 1961 after the release of the film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” starring the legendary Audrey Hepburn. The image of the protagonist, looking at the window of the flagship boutique on Fifth Avenue in New York, still serves as a hallmark of the brand.

2.Cartier. The brand of the Cartier dynasty of French jewelers began its history in 1847. As the main supplier to the royal courts of Europe, Cartier became one of the first watchmakers in the world.

At the request of the aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, who complained about the inconvenience of pocket watches during flights, the wrist model “Santos” was created in 1904. The prototype was the women’s bracelet watches, which initially enjoyed little success. The signature touch of the brand is the Trinity ring, made of three rings in white, yellow and red gold.

3.Bvlgari. The Italian brand began its journey to success with a family business founded by Sotirio Bulgari in 1884. In the late 50s of the XX century, representatives of the European nobility and cinema stars – Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren and others – become regular buyers of the brand’s jewelry.

With the opening of boutiques in New York, Geneva, Paris and Monte Carlo in the 1970s, the name of the company is consolidated in the first positions among global brands. The hallmark of Bvlgari is the combination of the decorative forms of Rome, the Eternal City, and innovation.

4. Boucheron. Since its foundation in 1858, the French jewelry house has been making exclusive jewelry only for a narrow circle of people – crowned heads, major business representatives, politicians, world movie stars.

The house’s creations often feature a “snake motif” for which one should thank the founder of the brand, Frederic Boucheron. The precious bracelet, presented to his beloved wife on the eve of his long departure, served her as a special talisman and was made in the form of an elegant snake.

5. Van Cleef & Arpels. The company was founded in France in 1896. The brand gained its fame thanks to the unique invisible frame, patented in 1933.Thanks to the special fixtures, diamonds and other precious stones were completely in the spotlight.

Transformable jewelry, ballerina brooches inlaid with diamonds, emeralds and rubies, animalistic motifs and the legendary four-leafed leaf are all recognizable highlights of the Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry house.

90,000 Shopping in Penang, shopping reviews. Outlets and shopping malls in Penang

Like Thailand, Indonesia and other countries in the region, Malaysia is a shopaholic’s paradise. Penang even had the privilege of duty-free shopping for some time, which attracted additional tourists. A shopping tour in Penang should start in Georgetown.Reviews of tourists about shopping in Penang highlight some of the features of this process. First of all, you should always bargain when shopping. It is part of the local trade culture. Never be shy and ask for a discount, and if the price does not suit you, just go to another merchant.

What kind of goods are brought from Penang? You can find gorgeous batik fabrics on Teluk Bahang Street in Georgetown, at the Batu Ferringhi Night Bazaar, or in shops on Penang Road.

Jewelery ranks second in the list of the best souvenirs from Penang. You can buy great samples in shops on Lebuh Campbell and Lebuh Kapitan Keling streets. The top three are closed by antiques made of tin and ceramics. Visit the shops along Jalan Pintal Tali or the Georgetown Flea Market.

The bulk of Penang’s shopping centers are concentrated in the capital of the island. The largest of them is Komtar (Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak). The huge complex of a shopping center, transportation hub, offices and an observation deck on the 58th floor was named after the second prime minister of independent Malaysia.The height of the center is 232 m, it is the 6th tallest building in the country. Reviews of tourists about shopping in this shopping center are the most favorable. Here you can buy everything from a toothbrush to a car. The building also houses the main bus terminal of Penang and the tourist center.

From the third floor of Komtar, you can cross the bridge to the adjacent Prangin Mall. The 5 floors of the shopping and entertainment center include not only retail stores, but also restaurants, cinemas and a gaming arcade.

One of the largest shopping centers in Penang, Gurney Plaza, is located about three kilometers from the island’s capital on the Gurney Drive Promenade. The 9 floors of the shopping center have more than 380 stores of famous brands, 57 restaurants and bars, as well as a huge multi-screen cinema with 12 screens.

Queensbay Mall is recognized as the largest shopping center in Penang. The five floors of the shopping center include more than 500 shops, an entertainment area, and a karaoke center.The mall focuses on the middle-income shopper, so you can find many outlets of the world’s most famous brands here. The center is located next to the Penang Bridge, 7 km from Georgetown.

The new shopping center near the city of Gurney Paragon Mall is nestled along the Gurney Drive.

A great selection of outlets paired with a strip of outdoor bars and restaurants by the sea. If you’re not a big fan of noisy shopping malls, head to the Oriental markets for true exoticism.

We recommend Little Penang Street Market, Chinatown or Little India. Here you will find unique works of artisans of the island and experience the national flavor.

The exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship. Tradition and modernity “

From 9 to 20 October 2019 at the Moscow State
exhibition hall “New Manezh” held an exhibition of jewelry and
arts and crafts “Jewelry Craftsmanship.Traditions and
modernity “, organized by the Gokhran of Russia with the support of the Government
Moscow with the participation of the Association “Guild of Russian Jewelers”.

The exhibition presented over 300 products of modern
masters. More than 120 Russian authors took part in the exhibition,
representing various areas of jewelry and arts and crafts
arts, – jewelers, enamel artists, gunsmiths, cutters, stone cutters,
wood and bone craftsmen. Moscow watch manufacture
Konstantin Chaikin presented sophisticated watch movements.Authors,
who demonstrated their works – winners and laureates of the competition “Russia. XXI century “and
Moscow jewelers. Next to the products of recognized masters, works were shown
young cutters, artists, college students of arts and crafts
art to them. Carl Faberge, Polytechnic College.
P.A. Ovchinnikov.

In the same space with contemporary authors
the works of jewelers of the 18-20 centuries were demonstrated – 220 items from the collection
State Fund of Precious Metals and Precious Stones of the Russian
Federation.Many masterpieces of jewelry art were exhibited for the first time –
products of Faberge, Ovchinnikov, Khlebnikov firms.

A special feature of the exhibition was created by the Gokhran of Russia
jointly with St. Petersburg National Research University
information technology, mechanics and optics a unique collection of full-color
ultra-realistic holograms of the values ​​of the Diamond Fund of the Russian Federation,
who cannot leave the territory of the Moscow Kremlin.

During the work, the exhibition was attended by more than 17 thousand
human. The exhibition was actively attended by students of specialized colleges and higher
educational institutions, teachers, researchers of leading Russian
museums.

A free
excursion service in seven languages. There were daily excursions to
Russian and English languages, and excursions were organized in
Italian, Spanish, German, French and Japanese.

Visitors to the exhibition could also visit
daily lectures and meetings with masters of jewelry and arts and crafts
art and representatives of the jewelry industry, held in a specially
equipped lecture area.

The lecture hall was opened on October 9, 2019 by the President
World Jewelry Confederation CIBJO Dr. Gaetano Cavalieri with a speech
on the theme “Development of the jewelry industry in the world.” He spoke about the importance of jewelry
industries for the development of the economies of countries and the specifics of its development.

On the peculiarities of individual development in jewelry
industry and using new media to promote
international jewelry columnist Ms. Katerina told about jewelry brands
Perez.

Great interest was aroused by a creative meeting with a recognized
all over the world by the Moscow jeweler I.F. Fazulzyanov, held in the format
free communication. His master class “Sketches of Jewelry” was not attended
only students and novice craftsmen, but also experienced jewelers, discovering
new facets of creativity.

The speeches of the Chairman of the
Board of the Creative Union “Guild of gunsmiths” G.D. Sokolov,
master of artistic cutting D.V.Samorukov, the only one in Russia
master of burl art L.A. Plotkin, Leading Researcher of the Research Institute
Of the Russian Academy of Arts I.Yu. Perfilieva. The lecture hall accepted
active participation of students of specialized educational institutions, cultural workers and
education and general visitors with an interest in art.

The authors actively communicated with visitors outside the lecture hall,
answered questions of interest, talked about the history of the creation of their
works.

Exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship.Traditions and Modernity ”
was widely covered by the media throughout the entire period of its
work.

Specially arrived at the opening of the exhibition from London
international jewelry columnist, blogger Ms. Katerina Perez prepared
a great deal of material about the exhibition at which she gave a lecture. V
in her article, Katerina noted that visiting the exhibition helps to track
the difference is not only in the style of jewelry, but also in what role they played in
human life –

https: // www.katerinaperez.com/ru/articles/ne-propustite-vystavka-yuvelirnoe-masterstvo-traditsii-i-sovremennost-v-moskve.

Materials about the exhibition were prepared by both federal and
Moscow mass media.


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https://www.mos.ru/afisha/event/61870088/


Moscow stone cutter G.G. Kalinnikov with his works –
intaglios (miniatures depicted in stone)

Works of the Moscow jeweler E.V. Nikitina

Showcase with the works of the masters of stone-cutting art A.L.
Stanislavsky and V.M. Vasilyeva

Works by the master of burl art L.A. Plotkina

Founder of the Moscow watch manufactory “Konstantin
Chaikin “,
watch mater and inventor K. Yu. Chaikin with his
works

Medal artist S.I. Kvashnin with his works

Artistic cutter D.V. Samorukov with his
works

Collection “The Savior’s Way”. Master cutter D.V.
Samorukov

Intaglio (miniatures depicted in stone) master
G.G. Kalinnikova

Moscow jeweler D.V. Belman
Winner of the jewelry art competition “Russia. XXI century “

Moscow enamel artist I.F. Fazulzyanov with his
works

“Apple Blossom” necklace and “Lily of the Valley” ring.
Master I.F. Fazulzyanov

Products of the Moscow jewelry factory “Estet”

Ultra-realistic hologram with image
rattles-whistle,
which is at the exhibition “Diamond Fund”

Queue to the exhibition

Visitors to the exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship. Traditions and
modernity “

Visitors to the exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship. Traditions and
modernity “

Visitors to the exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship.Traditions and
modernity “

Visitors to the exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship. Traditions and
modernity “

Lecture of the President of the World Jewelry Confederation CIBJO
Dr. Gaetano Cavalieri on the topic “Development of the jewelry industry in the world”

Master class with I.F. Fazulzyanov, October 16, 2019
years

Round table “Meeting of Russian jewelers with young
specialists “of the Commonwealth of Young Art Critics and Restorers,
October 17, 2019

“In the world of” ARTS “jewelry art is the” Prince
arts “.In every royal family, the Prince personifies the future, and in Russia
jewelry art is part of her future. Tradition and art are laid
in the DNA of the Russian soul, and I am sure that strong-minded people in the jewelry industry are also
will succeed!
I wish the Russian jewelry industry to secure the future for all of us and for
young generations. ”
Gaetano Cavalieri [President of the CIBJO World Jewelry Confederation]
Moscow
08.10.2019

“Thank you very much for such a wonderful exhibition in which
the best techniques, ideas and originality of jewelry art are displayed
Russia “.Katerina Perez [international jewelry observer]

Many thanks to the guide Natalya Ivanovna Otstavnova for
interesting, very informative excursion, story, plunged into the past,
felt the energy of that time.
Thanks to the organizers of the exhibition for the opportunity to see unique exhibits,
some of which have not been exhibited anywhere.
Thanks to M.Kh. Almov. for the story about the technique of executing weapons, very
interesting!!!
10/12/19
Sedykh M.A.

I would like to thank the organizers of the exhibition “Jewelry Craftsmanship.
Traditions and Modernity “for the opportunity to watch the jewelry classics of Gokhran
and works of contemporary masters of Russia. Recommended my students to visit your
exhibition.
Best regards,
Senior Lecturer (Jewelry Courses)
Russian Academy of Crafts
Oleg Yurievich Listov
13.10.2019

10/14/19
Aleksandra Sosimenko was very helpful and made my visit just
extraordinary.I learned a lot about Russian techniques and craftsmanship
jewelers. Fabulous!
Marina from Malaysia

10/16/19
Dear colleagues! I have seen a lot of exhibitions in Russia, Moscow and abroad.
There are exhibitions that you remember only when you watch them, and then they
forgotten. This exhibition will remain in memory because it presents
exceptionally beautiful and interesting jewelry of famous masters and
firms.
Thank you so much for the pleasure and good organization
Exhibitions.
Pulkova Natalya

Many thanks to the organizers for the opportunity
chat in an informal atmosphere with great people and in particular with a jeweler
Ilgiz F.
Very warm and beautiful atmosphere.
After viewing the exhibition and making recommendations, I want to create right away 🙂
10/16/19 Svetlana

17.10.2019
Thank you and congratulations on organizing this magnificent treasure exhibition
Gokhran. There is rarely a chance to see such exquisite art anywhere in the world.
famous jewelers of the past.
Excellent initiative to organize lectures on important topics for
education of the younger generation.
I also watched the exhibition of contemporary jewelers with great interest. So
many talents!
Ulla Tillander-Gudenjelm
Helsinki, Finland

Russian Express / Malaysia / Excursions in Kuala Lumpur

City sightseeing tour

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

140

75

65

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:00 or 14:00

Duration: 3 – 3.5 hours.

Meals: Lunch is not included in the price

“Selamat datang!” – this is how a Russian-speaking guide will greet you in the greenest capital of Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur. A short trip will be full of interesting information about the main attractions of the city, customs and traditions of its inhabitants. From the window of a comfortable car you will see how skyscrapers peacefully coexist with temples of different denominations. Stops: King’s Palace, Chinese Temple, National Mosque with a unique dome, Independence Square, Batik Factory, Photo stop in front of the Petronas Twin Towers

Batu Caves and Tin Factory

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

140

75

65

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:00 or 14:00

Duration: 3 – 3. 5 hours.

Meals: Lunch is not included in the price

Batu Caves – a natural attraction of Malaysia – are located 13 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur. It’s

is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. There are two dozen caves in total.

Against the backdrop of majestic mountains, a golden statue is striking

Hindu God Murugan – an eternal fighter for peace and justice. Built in 2006, the 42.7 m high statue is the largest in the world.Climbing 272 steps, you will find yourself in the Temple Cave, the most visited by pilgrims and tourists. Monkeys are a separate entertainment on the way to the cave, feeding them always delights the visitors of the temple.

Malaysia has been famous for its tin products since ancient times. You will be convinced of this by visiting a tin factory, where you can not only get acquainted with the peculiarities of tin processing, but also directly participate in this process.

In addition to the tour, you can order lunch at a Hindu restaurant or a trip to the area called Little India.

Tour to Putrajaya

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

150

85

75

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:00 or 14:00

Duration: 3 – 3.5 hours.

Meals: Lunch is not included in the price

An amazing city carries the idea of ​​connecting a garden city with an intelligence city. Putrajaya was built as a city of the future, in a futuristic style: bridges with intricate designs, unusual buildings, and nearby the incredibly light, striking with its beauty, the Putra Mosque, popularly called the Pink Mosque! Even the Supreme Court resembles the Taj Mahal! Putrajaya is the administrative capital of Malaysia, located 25 km from Kuala Lumpur. A city that intelligently combines modern architecture with traditional Islamic motives.You will see the Steel Mosque, which has no analogues in the whole world, bridges, each of which repeats the elements of the most famous bridges in the world. A trip to Putrajaya is an opportunity to find yourself inside the architectural model of the city of the future, enlarged to human dimensions.

Evening excursion in Kuala Lumpur with colorful show program MUD

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

140

85

70

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Start of the tour: at 19:00

Duration: 3 – 3. 5 hours.

Meals: Dinner is not included in the price

In the capital of Malaysia, you can enjoy incredible illumination that illuminates the city after sunset. You will find yourself in the neon reality of the busy streets of night Kuala Lumpur. Our guide will introduce you to the most fabulous places illuminated by bright lights everywhere in the night city – these are bright streets, huge squares, bustling night markets, old quarters of the first settlers. You can try outlandish local cuisine, take pictures against the background of national attractions, bargain at the Chinese market in Petaling quarter, buy souvenirs, accessories and T-shirts with Malaysian symbols, and in the end, arrange a colorful show about the history of the founding of the city and get acquainted with the peculiarities of life, everyday life and leisure activities of multinational Kuala Lumpur.

Stops: Independence Square, Chinatown and Petaling Street Night Market, National Theater MUD show program.

Evening Kuala Lumpur with dinner on the TV tower and colorful show program MUD

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

180

140

120

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Start of the tour: at 18:30

Duration: 3 – 3.5 hours.

Meals: Dinner included

This wonderful excursion will give you the chance to enjoy a panoramic bird’s eye view of the city at night. One of the main attractions of the capital, Menara KL, is the fourth in the world and has a restaurant that slowly revolves around its axis, making a full revolution in 1.5 hours. During this time, you can taste local and international cuisine in a buffet style. Melodic live music creates a soothing atmosphere.After dinner, you will go to the old city, where the city theater is located in the old building of Sultan Abdul Samad. An unforgettable musical performance about the founders of Kuala Lumpur, the disasters and losses suffered, the difficulties of restoring the hearth and the victory of the spirit on the way to their dreams awaits you. You will feel like a real participant in this show and touch the culture and history of multinational Malaysia. At the end of the show, you will walk

to the place where, according to legend, Kuala Lumpur was founded and walk along the Independence Square, illuminated by night lights and colorful illumination, symbolizing the unity of the nation.

Taste Malaysia – Gastronomic Adventure (3.5 hours)

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

120

80

65

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:00 or 14:00

Duration: 3 – 3.5 hours.

Meals: Morning tea and lunch (chicken rice, laksa, banana leaf) are included in the price

On this journey you will learn about the food culture and variety of food and drink in Malaysia. Starting with a visit to a Malaysian restaurant, where leisurely locals finish their breakfast – the traditional Nasi Lemak and this is the best time to taste it and plunge into the warm and homemade aroma, and then cheer up with a slightly tart and sweet tea with milk – those tarik (Teh Tarik) – now you are ready for an exciting tour.The next stop will be the national mosque with its unique dome architecture and the Independence Square, where you will learn about an important historical event. To cool off under the hot sun, we suggest you enjoy cold tea with lemon (The O Limao) and continue your way to the national monument. Further, your road lies in a real paradise for gourmets – the village of Bangsar, where you will need to decide on a difficult choice of lunch, because the options are endless. Those who work up a good appetite can dine at a Chinese restaurant and enjoy Chicken Rice, or a spicier option for lovers, Laksa.And for fans of experiments, we recommend trying the traditional cuisine of northern India – Banana Leaf, which is served with hot sauces and eaten with your hands – here you will feel like a real Malaysian!

Fireflies

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

290

150

140

All prices are in USD, per person

A 30% discount is provided for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 16:30

Duration: about 6 hours

Meals: Dinner included

An hour and a half in a comfortable car – and you are in the neighboring state of Selangor.First, you will get to know the friendly, well-mannered, silver-leaf macaques with amazing bright orange babies. As soon as the sun sinks behind the water surface, you head to a Chinese restaurant located on the banks of the Selangor River. The variety of seafood cuisine will satisfy the needs of the most discerning palates. After dark you drive to the boat station. And this is where the fairy tale begins! In the pitch darkness, you float through the lost mangrove jungle and suddenly you see a “Christmas tree” flooded with cheerful lights! This is one of the wonders of Malaysia – the world’s largest firefly colony.The spectacle is mesmerizing! You can’t take your eyes off these clusters of fireflies pulsing in time. Sometimes two families simultaneously wink at once – such giant garlands! Believe me, a rare fabulous sight! As you move deeper into the river, there are more and more fireflies. If you’re lucky, a couple of these “flashlights” will sit on your hand. This is fortunate!

Kuala Lumpur Shopping Tour

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

110

65

50

* All prices are in US dollars, per person

* 50% discount for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:00 or 14:00

Duration: 3 – 3.5 hours.

During the allotted time of the excursion, it is supposed to visit more than 3 places / shopping centers. Each additional hour of being accompanied by a guide and car rental is paid extra 50 $ Meals: Lunch is not included in the price

Kuala Lumpur is a shopper’s paradise. Over the past few years, the capital has firmly ranked 4th on the list of the best cities for shopping in the world! It is possible to maintain a position due to an incredibly wide selection of goods and services for every taste and budget.For connoisseurs of branded items of original production and prestigious brands, shopping centers and boutiques in Bukit Bintang and in the KLCC area welcome dear customers every day until late at night – Pavillion, Suria KLCC, Starhill Gallery. Hunters for technology and technology will find everything for themselves in the maze of brand stores and small shops with gadgets in the famous Plaza Low Yat. Shopping complex VIVA offers a wide range of home appliances. You should also go to the markets in the historical center of the city to buy traditional clothes, fabrics, batik, and hand embroidery.An endless selection of souvenirs at an affordable price awaits you at the remarkable Central Market, where you should definitely buy the symbol of the capital – the twin towers and the symbol of Malaysia – the colorful wau kite. And how can you not visit the China Town market in Asia, where business-minded Chinese will certainly offer you high-quality fakes of the Rolex and Louise Vuitton brands. It also sells handcrafted rattan wicker furniture, luxury jewelry, locally sourced tropical chocolates and high quality pewter from the Royal Selangor factory or brand stores.And that is not all! There are so many secrets hidden in small shops and shopping districts where you can find truly exclusive items and souvenirs. Ask

from our guide, what interests you the most, and during the tour, he will show you the best shopping spots!

Sunway Lagoon Water & Amusement Park

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

195

125

95

* All prices are in US dollars, per person

* A 30% discount for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:30

Duration: 8 hours

* The park is open daily from 10:00 to 17:30 (except Tuesday)

Boys and girls! As well as their parents! Would you like to see funny entertainment? And of course, take part.Steep water slides await you in the luxurious Sunway Lagoon 30 minutes’ drive from downtown Malaysia’s capital. On an artificial beach with real golden sand, you will watch a fire-breathing volcano. In the interactive zoo, you can feed the animals. For the most courageous and skilled – bungee jumping, air rifle shooting or rock climbing. Dizzying carousels are waiting for you. Even people with strong nerves do not hold back emotions, experiencing a feeling of fear, in an area called Creek Park.

The 80-acre water park is part of a huge complex, the world’s largest artificial wave pool, allowing you to soar on a 3-meter ridge. It is Malaysia’s first water theme park to meet international standards.

The park is divided into two large zones: “lazy” with slowly flowing canals and calm attractions and “extreme” with chilling cascades, downhill slopes and a surfing area.

Complex “Sunway Lagoon” offers equipment for water sports, water slides for skiing, entertainment gallery.

There are several restaurants on the territory of Sunway Lagoon, so no one will be left hungry. And in the huge shopping mall “Pyramid” next door, shopping lovers will find everything their heart desires.

Important: Do not forget to bring drinking water, cap, swimsuit / swimming trunks, towels and change of clothes.

Dinner on the Menara KL TV tower at the Atmosphere 360 ​​restaurant

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

110

90

85

* All prices are in US dollars, per person

* A 30% discount for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 19:00

Duration: 2-2.5 hours

The Menara Kuala Lumpur TV Tower is one of the tallest structures of its kind: its height is 421 meters.For the original illumination, it was named “The Garden of Light”.

At an altitude of 282 meters there is a hospitable restaurant “Atmosphere 360”. When you come here for lunch or dinner, you will enjoy a variety of fine cuisine. The buffet will delight you with a huge assortment of Asian and European dishes, and, of course, a large selection of the freshest seafood and desserts. The restaurant slowly revolves around its axis, and from the windows offers a stunning view of the city, showing a full panorama in 1.5 hours.Live music is always played here in the evenings. At the foot of the TV tower, guests can visit the cultural village, which tells from the traditional life of the many Malaysian states. And little guests can visit a small zoo or walk along a suspension bridge that will lead them into a real jungle in the middle of the metropolis.

Historical Malacca

Number of people

1

2

3

Cost per person

310

160

150

All prices are in US dollars, per person

50% discount for a child under 12 years old

Tour starts at 09:00

Duration: about 8 hours

Meals: Lunch included

Another city that can be safely included in the excursion program is the first capital of Malaysia – Malacca, its historical center.There is a lot to see in the first capital! The heritage of the Portuguese has been preserved here – the Fort, a square with a red brick church built by the Dutch, decorative mills, an embankment. There is also an English heritage. All this organically mixes with the Chinese streets, where you can find antique shops and rare things. You should definitely take a walk along the river in the afternoon or in the evening, when the lights are on and the city becomes truly romantic. There are more museums in Malacca than in all of Malaysia! Ethnic museum, military, art museum and many others.Most of them are located in the square, so you can visit several at once. In Malacca, you should definitely ride a rickshaw – they are beautifully decorated with flowers, toys, garlands, lights – each driver tries to make his rickshaw unique. All this will take you back to the time of the colonial conquests of Malaysia.

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