Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Exclusive shopping at Harrods, now also in Kuala Lumpur

Harrods department store is probably the most exclusive large size shopping Centre in the world. We only saw comparable stores in Paris with La Fayette and Le Printemps. Once a typical English store from London is expanding and has opened a shop in KLCC Kuala Lumpur.

It is just a small shop with the Harrods branding. They sell tea, coffee, biscuits, marmalade and other typical English products. Just like in London they also have a Champagne bar. In their gift baskets and at the entrance the teddy bear is clearly visible. Harrods is adjusting to the local KL preferences with its population loving teddy bears.

De Harrods supermarkt is waarschijnlijk het meest exclusieve grootwarenhuis ter wereld. We zagen enkel vergelijkbare winkels in Parijs met La Fayette en Le Printemps. De eens zo Engelse winkel uit London breidt uit en heeft een filiaal geopend in KLCC te Kuala Lumpur. 

Het is echter een kleine winkel met het Harrods label. Ze verkopen er koffie, thee, koekjes, confituur en andere typische Engelse producten. Net zoals in Londen hebben ze hier ook een Champagne bar. In geschenkmanden en aan de ingang staan pluchen beren. Harrods spiegelt zich aan de lokale gebruiken van Kuala Lumpur, waar men van Teddy Beren houdt. 
 
Harrods KLCC

Harrods KLCC bar

Harrods KLCC bear

Harrods KLCC flowers

Harrods KLCC cookies

Harrods KLCC marmalade

Harrods KLCC coffee

Harrods KLCC gifts

Harrods KLCC shop

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6 comments:

  1. Looks like a lovely store and your photos are great. Looks as if you are enjoying your new camera.

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  2. My wife would probably want to take those cute bears home with her

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  3. I really like the bears. I didn't know till reading your post that Harrods was in KL....

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  4. amai dat is luxueus winkelen

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  5. Ze willen de mensen de typisch Engelse sfeer even laten proeven.

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