29 Dec 2011

Kenanga Wholesale City, Kuala Lumpur – Fashionistas rejoice!!!

800 STORES. LATEST FASHION TRENDS. WHOLESALE PRICES.

YOU.ME –> HERE.NOW!

Kenanga Wholesale City Shopping Mall

I want this dress!! It’s about RM800 by the way -_-

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:yes: Sexy dresses, bling-bling accessories, mile-high stilettos and catchy bags.
Kenanga Wholesale City – Malaysia’s First & Only Fashion Wholesale Shopping Mall is now open!

Located off Jalan Hang Tuah near the Imbi monorail station, KWC follows the resounding success of fashion wholesale malls in the Asian region such as Platinum Fashion Mall in Bangkok, Dongdaemun Market in Seoul, Mangga Dua Wholesale Complex in Jakarta and many fashion wholesale malls in Humen, China.

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With 500,000 square feet nett lettable retail space, this 22 storeyed one-stop fashion wholesale shopping mall boasts nine storeys of shopping adventure.

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There’s 800 retail shops offering anything within the fashion umbrella for women, men and children.

Women-wear takes up the most shoplots of course, and that includes apparel, footwear, jewellery, accessories, bags as well as leather goods.

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No fret though, it’s not all just flirty dresses. There are sharp office attire available for the more conservatively dressed as well.

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But I love love the party, flirty dresses! The yellow layered one below is such a doll isn’t it??  :heart:

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How about this one on the left? Simply, flowing chiffon. Softly elegant and feminine.

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I love white dresses. The one on the right is simple, tight and sexy.

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Amazingly, there are several retailers specially dedicated to Islamic fashion in a bid to provide a variety of traditional and contemporary apparel for the Muslim market!

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So really there’s something for everyone here.

Simple printed tees…….

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……….ugly dresses.. variety of dresses..

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…..and even kids wear.

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Whilst dedicated to wholesale businesses only, Kenanga Wholesale City functions as a shopping mall with full amenities catering to business convenience with F&B outlets, event spaces, banking and a host of other business services.

Frankly, no malls or buildings should be without FOOD outlets! :)

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Halal outlets include Old Town White Coffee, Sajian Enak, MJ Café, Kazu Sushi Japanese Restaurant and many snack kiosks.

On the 7th floor, the non-halal Kenanga Food Court offers the best of KL food including Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee, Petaling Street Famous Porridge, Cheras Flat Woo Pin Fish Head Noodles, Duck King, Imbi San Jian Zhuang Pork Noodle, Siang Kee Char Kuey Teow and etc.

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During the media launch we had an unexpected surprise as we got to play “dress-up your mannequin“. Themes allocated were Casual Wear, Party Glamour, Office Basics and so on.

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Split into teams of 4, we thronged the mall on borrowed credit of RM250 and a time limit of 40 minutes.

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Yes, it was like those reality TV shows with us running and tripping over our heels as we burst in and out of shops searching for our ideal items for our mannequin. There were a lot of complains around, specially from me cos I was hungry (as usual) and I was in 5 inch heels – hey, don’t blame me, I wasn’t informed there was going to be a game like this!. But amidst the chaos there were a lot of fun and merriment as well. A reminisce of our Barbie Dolls playing days perhaps? :)

Our mannequin – on the the theme of “Footloose” (casual wear).

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The winning team – on the theme of Party-wear. I love the soft, transparent white embroidered shift!

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Though newly opened, occupancy rate were high & most shops were already operational.  Stock is not a problem either as I found out while window shopping. Hopefully Kenanga Wholesale Mall will be bustling with commercial activities soon and carry amazing stock like Platinum Mall in Bangkok.  I won’t have to stock up on my wardrobe in Thailand anymore then! :)

So here’s the map! Take the monorail if you are concerned about traffic, but if you did drive, there’s 1,800 parking bays available. Parking is currently still FOC.

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Current operating hours are 10:00 AM to 8:00PM.

For further information hop onto http://www.kenangacity.com.my/ or visit the Facebook Fanpage at http://www.facebook.com/KenangaWholesaleCityKL.

More on Kenanga Wholesale City:

Tenants Categories

  • Lower Ground Floor: Women’s Fashion, Men’s Fashion, Shoes, Bank and Money Changer
  • Ground Floor: Women’s Fashion, Men’s Fashion, Shoes
  • 1st Floor: Women’s Fashion
  • 2nd Floor: Women’s Fashion
  • 3rd Floor: Women’s Fashion, Men’s Fashion, Kid’s fashion, Sportswear
  • 3Ath Floor: Baju Melayu, Kid’s fashion, Traditional Fashion, Restaurants
  • 5th Floor: Baju Melayu, Kid’s fashion, Traditional Fashion, Bazaar
  • 6th Floor: Fashion Accessories, Handbags, Leather Goods
  • 7th Floor: Fashion Accessories, Handbags, Non-Halal Food Court
  • 15th Floor: Factory Outlets, Halal Food Court, Exhibition Area
  • 16th Floor: Warehouse and Offices
  • 17th Floor: Warehouse and Offices

Mall Details

  • Strategically located on Jalan Gelugor, Off Jalan Hang Tuah, Kuala Lumpur
  • Public transport access, ie. Monorail, Star LRT and bus.
  • 500,000 sq ft nett lettable retail space
  • Over 800 retail lots over 9 zoned shopping floors
  • 24-hour CCTV security surveillance
  • Food Courts and numerous F&B outlets
  • Banking and Money Changing service and facilities
  • Exhibition/Promotion Hall
  • 22 Storeys
  • Over 1,800 parking bays

Special features

  • 20 loading bays
  • 7 cargo lifts
  • 6 passenger lifts
  • Escalator access to car park
  • Wide walkways

All pictures taken with:

Samsung NX11

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29 Dec 2011

Sean says:

interesting building design for a shopping mall, especially in the pudu area. looks almost futuristic! :d

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rebeccasaw Reply:

I know right! It does look out of place in that area actually…

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29 Dec 2011

ulric says:

Hey…not bad…I m more interested in d non-halal food court :P

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Nothing much for now..:P

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29 Dec 2011

minchow says:

Ooh, this is interesting indeed! What’s the occupancy rate at launch? If it could be half of what Platinum is, that’d be way plenty!

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Rebecca Reply:

Oh yes, almost half!
Same here..I hope it can beat Platinum

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29 Dec 2011

Nikel says:

wow.. nice place! :good:

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Got men’s fashion too! :P

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30 Dec 2011

Akulah Pak Lan says:

The place seems perfect to me since I dont like crowded place. But located at jalan hang tuah..hurm..

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Errm… are you into fashion? It’s not really a hang out place. U got to check out the clothes! :d

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Akulah Pak Lan Reply:

I am more into foods. But kinda like to hang out at less crowded place like The Curve.

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Agreed. The Curve is pretty nice

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31 Dec 2011

Biopolymath says:

The artist’s impression looks more like a research institute to me. LOL!

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Haha..but whatdaya know..it does look like that really!

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2 Jan 2012

tristupe says:

You looked fantastic.

The place reminds me of Platinum, Bangkok. Might be a worthy palce to check out soon.

Any cufflinks there?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Men’s fashion got. But I doubt you would want to buy cufflinks here..cufflinks should be bought at established brands outlets right? Cos it’s understated elegance.

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5 Jan 2012

Jacqueline says:

Hi, is it only for wholesale transactions or is it like Platinum in Thailand eg. can buy 1 piece at higher price and if buy 3, got discount?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Yes, almost same. Do look out for the GREEN sticker on the shop front. It will show if the shop sells via retail and wholesale or just wholesale.
Happy shopping!

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8 Jan 2012

Juliet says:

sounds good to me. am from Manila and my husband works in Melaka. so I can go there on April. I hope it is cheap price like platinum. I used to buy in platinum 4x/year a wholesale for my fashion shop here in Philippines. if I can buy here like in Platinum price, much better. I need not to go Bangkok. while on vacation in Malaysia I can buy my stocks. is it open already?
thanks for posting it helps a lot. oh yeah my husband send me the link :)

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Rebecca Reply:

I think for now Platinum still offer better value. But who knows, in April it might be bustling like Platinum already! Give me a holla when your trip is confirmed! :)

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11 Jan 2012

Jacqueline says:

Thanks, dear…

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rebeccasaw Reply:

No problem!

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29 Jan 2012

sunnysideup says:

hey..i’m from india n planning my first trip to kuala lumpur.. do you suggest this place for wholesale womens clothing. And how would u compare the wholesale prices with Bangkok ??

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Hi Sunny
Hmmm.. I think the stock here is different from BKK. And yes, there are a lot of stock here as well.

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30 Jan 2012

sunnysideup says:

are the wholesale prices as competitive as BKK.
i.e. can i get good womens tops , dresses at about RM8 to RM15

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Rebecca Reply:

Yes, KWC do have great bargain for dresses starting from RM10 onwards. T-shirts would start from RM5. I wont know your taste so its subjective on whether it’s “good” :)

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Alfred Reply:

Hello, we are fashion manufacturer in Jakarta, we have various fashion modal for women dan girl. If you have any interest, please contact me at : alfdwihan@yahoo.com or +628131 6800 473. We supply tanah abang and mangga dua, which is the biggest fashion wholesale market in Indonesia. We do quality product, but still reasonable price.

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2 Feb 2012

Michelle says:

how can i know the whosale price…

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Different outlets, different stock has different prices. It’s hard for me to advise

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Rebecca Reply:

Generally, if you buy more than 3 pieces for most store (subject to individual shop policy), you will get it cheaper compare to other retail store.

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15 Feb 2012

mimo says:

do u know whether there are store for maternity wear?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

YES THERE IS! :d

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27 Feb 2012

May says:

Any toy?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

I did remember seeing a shop or 2. Not very big..

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Rebecca Reply:

Hey May,
You can refer to the website, http://www.kenangacity.com.my for contact details of each shops.

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27 Mar 2012

Liz says:

Do u know there have Mens T-shirt for wholesale?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Why not you drop me an email – holla@rebeccasaw.com & I’ll reply from there..

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27 Mar 2012

Liz says:

Do u know there have Mens T-shirt for wholesale?
If have can u give me the phone number,email and website?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Let me check if I can. I don’t go there often.

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Liz Reply:

My email add is lizfung8808@gmail.com

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Rebecca Reply:

Hi Liz
1) WEST MILL (Lot LG-36)

2) TOMMY ENTERPRISE (Lot 2-36)

3) AVVA (Lot LG-57 & 58)

4) WE2 (Lot 3-51)

5) VERDI (Lot 3-30)

You can refer to the website, http://www.kenangacity.com.my for contact details of each shops. Also, there are many more shops that offer men’s wear.

If you need more info, please do not hesitate to contact me

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22 Apr 2012

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23 Apr 2012

Jm says:

Can I know if it’s only catered for wholesale?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Oh it’s not. But one piece prices are much higher though.

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27 Apr 2012

Pam says:

I went there a few days back. Most of them are a little unwilling to sell to you. :/ they kept emphasizing this is only for business operators. Not walk in customers :( any reccomendations which shop sells to walk in customers? :d

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Rebecca Reply:

Oh dear
I havnet been back there … hmm will check on it. The shops who has retail normally has a sticker outside :)

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10 Jul 2012

Jun Juanda says:

Thanks for the info. Will pop in there soon

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Oh I hope you enjoy your shopping experience here! :)

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31 Aug 2012

lin says:

hi im from sg.would like to know if there are any hotels within walking distance from kwc..would like to come here and shop shop shop..hehe

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Hahaha it’s very near the LRT station, so any hotels on Jalan Pudu is advisable. Those within walking distance might not be wise for safety reasons. :)

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20 Sep 2012

izman says:

there are selling perfume from dubai?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Sorry Izman. I didn’t see any perfumes at all!

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22 Sep 2012

Sharwini says:

Do they have clothes for tall pre-teens like between the ages of 12-15

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Yes yes they do Sharwini! But it’s better that you ask and get yourself a directory when you reach here.

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14 Nov 2012

Mei xing says:

cn i buy 1 piece ?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Some shops can

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21 Nov 2012

Eppie says:

Hi…I’m planning to go there, from Sabah. Can I know how to get there..from airasia airport..

How about the hotels nearby? Can you suggest any that is a walking distance?

I have a boutique and planing to go there to buy my stocks, is there any pos Malaysia inside the building so I can send my stocks via pos/courier?

Thanks.

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Hi Eppie, apologies for the late reply!
I’m just back frm Nepal. Yes there are hotels within walking distance. From the airport, do take the train to KL Sentral. Then take the Monorail to Hang Tuah. I’m not sure about Pos Malaysia inside the building, let me check.

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Alright. Checked!
Got at Lot LG.13, Lower Ground Floor.

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27 Feb 2013

audrey chang says:

I wonder do they have shiny hats for sale

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Hi Audrey! You can try! I haven’t been there for so long! Hard for me to give you any guarantees :)

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5 Apr 2013

Janise C says:

Hi Rebecca, just wondering if they are selling any designers inspired clothing?

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rebeccasaw Reply:

Hi Janise
I haven’t been back fr such a long time! I’m nt sure but designers inspired clothing are EVERYWHERE! So yea, I’m sure there is!

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17 Apr 2013

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16 Jun 2013

zahrin` says:

the concept is very similar to huangyan market at Yiwu as ive been there before.anyway good one stop garment wholesale center.keep the quality up and the price down~ ;p

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rebeccasaw Reply:

OMG! I just googled Yiwu and read this link http://www.in-yiwu.com/yiwu-video.html
Whoa..that’s huge. Kenanga Wholesale City is nowhere near Huangyan market in sheer volume, variety or business transactions!
What were you in Yiwu for? Business?
Sounds like a shopping heaven only for wholesale huh?

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31 Jul 2013

seoul fashion fanatic says:

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23 Nov 2013

Alfred says:

Dear all,

We are woman and girl fashion manufacturer from Jakarta – Indonesia. We produce various kind of woman and girl fashion such as: dress, blazer, blouse, top, pants, skirt, cardigan, etc. We produce quality product but still in reasonable price.
We supply tanah abang and mangga dua, which is the biggest fashion wholesale market in Indonesia.
We’ll be in KL from Nov 26th till Nov 29th for business trip. If anyone has interest in our product, or just want to know the quality of the product directly, please feel free to contact me at: alfdwihan@yahoo.com or +62 8131 6800 472/473. Our office and factory is in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Big and small quantity all welcome.

Regards,

Alfred Deng

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25 Nov 2013

eve says:

Hi…I’m planning to go there next week.

How about the hotels nearby? Can you suggest any that is a walking distance?

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Rebecca Saw Reply:

Hi eve
Berjaya Times Square is near enough. There are more hotels nearby but small, boutique ones :)

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19 Jan 2014

Mink says:

Want wholesale cloth ?? Brand name or local
Thai style plz call +66870554942

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