the largest bookstore in town

this article is specially for those book lovers who intended to find more about local and international readings, the kinokuniya bookstore which is located at kuala lumpur city centre (KLCC), also known as suria klcc, where all sorts of books you can find there…from local readings such as local political readings, ASEAN readings to international readings such as philosophy readings like karl marx…etc…apart from that, for those who wished to cultivate reading habits of children, you are encouraged to pay a visit with your children to this bookstore also because they are plenty of children storybooks, teenage fictions and comics, not only the taste of children were taken care of but also your spouse…for ladies, there is plenty of romance, cookery and beauty books available at the bookstore. the most attractive element of kinokuniya is that they even provided you places to sit in order to let you read in a comfortable way (of course it is in a first come first serve basis). therefore, it is actually quite a good place where you can bring the whole family of yours to gather around and at the same time can also cultivate their interest in reading, for me, i believed this is one of the most healthy and affordable family outing…haha..hope that there will be more bookstores like kinokuniya coming out soon…

2 Comments so far

  1. kidal (unregistered) on March 29th, 2007 @ 11:30 pm

    This must be relatively new because the last time I went there (a couple of years ago), I didn’t see it.

    I hope there are some decent intellectually stimulating books rather than the same old commercial stuff found at Times.

    By the way, it would really help make the post more interesting if you added some pictures.

  2. eva (unregistered) on March 30th, 2007 @ 10:35 am

    thanks for the comment, well, about the pictures, i will try to get some, for the inside of the bookstore, thanks for sharing.

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