new shopping mall in town

another luxurious shopping mall had officially opened for the upper and middle class income people…another new place for people to hang out and to walk around…KL Pavillion..a recently opened shopping mall located at the bukit bintang area..the exact location will be opposite starhill and beside JW Marriot…the mall emphasise on selling luxurious brands like clinique, estee lauder, chanel…for perfumes…while for fashion..they have Prada, G2000, Giordano and also some other accessories… might be another shopping paradise for people…but what i thinks is…

opening this kind of shopping mall which sells mostly luxurious brands…i think it is not benefiting anyone except for shop owners…or even not really benefiting…because not many people can afford to spend a large amount of money to spend on buying these brands…while for those people who got the money to spend…but not likely they will purchase these goods…am i telling the truth?this is what i observe..people who have middle income is more likely to spend on better quality stuffs..while not the rich..i am not saying all the rich are not willing to spend…but most of them are…hence..i think having all the luxurious brands under one roof…is not really my point of view..because people who go there will most probably doing window shopping…once and for all…or probably for those who know this pavillion solely selling luxurious brands might not even visit the mall…is it a good thing or bad thing to have this mall? tell me…

2 Comments so far

  1. Scott (unregistered) on October 13th, 2007 @ 9:12 pm

    a simular type of mall opened near where i lived and, even though at time i couldn’t afford to shop there, i did enjoy the enviroment. i enjoyed having coffee, dining,and occasionally treat myself (and others)with a high end gift. i know better than to place great importance on the material things of this world but i did find the experience to be plesant and oddly inspiring!


  2. Syuhada (unregistered) on October 17th, 2007 @ 10:43 am

    I agree, the ambiance might be attractive to many. But for some reason, as a consumer that couldnt afford those branded brands, I feel like I’m not welcomed by the stares and the “which one would u like, Miss?”

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