Lot 10 is a five-storey mall located along Bintang Walk, central KL’s main shopping and entertainment district. One of the city’s oldest malls, it houses a mix of local boutiques, one-off concept stores and international brands.
A KL landmark, Lot 10’s location has been instrumental to its success. Sporting an easily recognisable, vivid green façade, extensive refurbishment at the beginning of 2012 saw the interior ditching its 1980s style. Today, inside the mall it looks a lot like Bloomingdale’s, with bold contemporary columns and lots of glass features. A sky bridge on the first floor connects the mall to the Bukit Bintang monorail station (which is adjacent to Lot 10).
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Maintaining the right balance between local and international style, Lot 10 provides visitors with a very intimate shopping experience. Similar to Bangsar Shopping Centre, there is a limited variety of stores: Lot 10 has about 40 fashion labels running the gamut from international luxury brands such as Calvin Klein, Ed Hardy and Versace, to more affordable lines from Braun Buffel, H&M, Nike, Topshop, Timberland, Zang Toi and Zara.
Lot 10’s main anchor tenant is Japanese departmental store Isetan, plus it has shops where you can purchase a wide range of goods from home furnishings, to camera equipment and computers. Topping off the list of stores here is a hair salon, a rooftop brasserie, dance club, fitness centre and about five restaurants (including an all-day Japanese steamboat buffet eatery).
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When it comes to entertainment outlets, the mall has a National Geographic store on the third floor: it is a pretty cool place to take kids and you can get educational, do-it-yourself kits (like a build-a-miniature-volcano set) that will provide hours of entertainment. The topmost floor of Lot 10 is home to a branch of gym franchise Celebrity Fitness.
Lot 10’s list of food and beverage outlets where weary shoppers can recharge is limited – within the mall itself there are about five restaurants, plus there are massive chains such as A&W, Chatime, Haagen Daaz and McDonalds nearby.
If you would like to sample inexpensive local food, the food court on the lower ground floor has a good variety of Malaysian specialties available, but there are also quirky restaurants such as Jackie Chan Café and Teeq. The former is an open-concept café launched by the renowned celebrity and it offers a selection of teas, coffees, fruit juices and even wine. The latter (Teeq) is a rooftop restaurant with good views of the city skyline – there is even a garden between this eatery and Rootz dance club that serves as a for-hire venue for private functions.
Adjacent to Bukit Bintang Plaza, Lot 10 is set directly opposite Sungei Wang Plaza: there is a sky bridge which connects Lot 10 to both these malls. Plus this sky bridge also leads to the Bukit Bintang monorail station, which is also across the road.
To get to Lot 10, besides the monorail, you can hop on one of the inner city buses that will drop you off at the Puduraya Bus Terminal Station which is just down the road – from there the mall is just a short walk.
Lot 10 Bukit Bintang
- Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
- Location: Corner of Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail
- Address: No. 50, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
- Tel: +603 2782 3566