Bangsar Village is the latest addition to the infamous Telawi area of Bangsar. It is a shopping mall that is split into two different sections. The first phase opened a while back and houses mostly food outlets and a quaint grocery shop called the Village Grocer. When it comes to shopping, it is Bangsar Village II that you would be more interested in.
Bangsar Village II (sometimes known as BVII) is a boutique shopping centre that is targeted at those with discerning tastes (which basically translates to “upper class”). Although it is not as large as many of the other shopping malls around the city, it does possess the high quality and service that one expects from a prestigious shopping centre.
The shopping centre is designed primarily for the fashionable and the rich. Its location in one of the trendiest area’s in KL makes it convenient for both locals and tourists alike. BVII promises the ultimate shopping experience for the trendy fashionistas with the latest in international couture. It aims to offer everything to suit your style, whether you are into contemporary, retro or the young and hip.
A variety of tenants can be found at BVII ranging from fashion, home décor, books, health and beauty, art to food. Brands such as Raoul, G2000, Massimo Dutti and many more can be found at BVII. It is ultimately shopping for the trendiest of people. After all that hard work trying to find the perfect outfit, pamper yourself with a massage, a relaxing facial or even a refreshing yoga class at one of the health, beauty and fitness outlets.
In addition to shopping, shopping and more shopping, BVII provides the perfect ambience for a Sunday Brunch “sex and the city” style. Restaurants and cafes are carefully selected to suit the upper class and chic theme. There’s something for every occasion, whether you are entertaining clients or just hanging out with the girls.
BVII provides a full range of services for its visitors. A concierge is available to manage your shopping bags and a valet is available to handle your parking problems. The only downside to BVII is that it is relatively new so there are still a lot of unoccupied spaces. Even so, BVII makes for a nice outing regardless of whether its shopping, food or just a good walking that you’re looking for.