Bazaars at Shopping Malls in PJ and KL

Malaysia Bazaars

There are quite many bazaars at shopping malls found around the Klang Valley, and this list is to highlight them here, so you know where to find them.

Most of the shopping malls in PJ or KL conduct weekend bazaars and markets to attract people there. Among the most popular bazaars at shopping malls, most of them are in Petaling Jaya, while others in Kuala Lumpur.

This list of bazaars at shopping malls in PJ and KL are based on Green Daun visiting most of them in 2016, mostly the popular ones. This list of bazaars at shopping malls can also be of interest to anyone wanting to participate in any of them.

All you need to do is find out which bazaar suits your product and what target market you want to attract. Nowadays, more and more people are taking up second income jobs, and bazaars are one of them. The list of bazaars at shopping malls is in no particular order below.

Bazaars at Shopping Malls in PJ and KL

Bazaar at The Curve

Bazaar at The Curve Shopping Mall

This is one of the longest and most successful bazaars, which goes by the name of Le Tresor Bazaar at The Curve, who has been around for the last 11 years.

They operate only on weekends, Saturday and Sunday, and during festive seasons, they operate for the entire month. There are about 60-70 vendors located at The Street and is an outdoor bazaar.

You can find all kinds of vendors here, mostly jewellery and accessories, bags, clothes, food and beverage, fruits, kids toys, decorations and some others. Le Tresor Markets is also a third-party company that operates this bazaar at The Curve Shopping Centre.

Bazaar at The Curve Shopping Mall
Venue: The Street, Curve Shopping Centre|
Days: Every Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM200 per day.
Organizer: Le Tresor Legacy Ventures Sdn. Bhd.
Contact: +6 03 2241 9503

Jaya One Bazaar
Bazaar at Jaya One, PJ. Photo by Nic Seow.

Bazaar at Jaya One

Two bazaars occur here, and the main one is the renowned Markets @ Jaya One, which is held four times a year or every three months.

Markets @ Jaya One attracts thousands of visitors due to the variety of vendors that offer interesting products and food vendors and food trucks found in the outdoor area.

The other bazaar is organized by Weekend Markets held at Palm Square or The Square, Jaya One, held in an outdoor covered area on selected weekends with about 20 vendors. Both the Jaya One markets and bazaar operate from 10-10 and usually gets crowded around noon.

Bazaar at Jaya One
Venue: Ground Floor Jaya One, Petaling Jaya
Days: Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM200 per day.
Organizer: Jaya One

Weekend Market at Jaya One
Venue: Palm Square Jaya One, Petaling Jaya
Days: Selected Months on Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM240 to RM300 per weekend.
Organizer: Weekend Bazaar
Contact: Valerie 012 620 8638

Bazaar at Setia Walk Puchong
The bazaar at Setia Walk in Puchong

Bazaar at Setia Walk Puchong

The Setia Walk Bazaar in Puchong is called Urban Yard Bazaar and organized by RYL Designs, who has been running bazaars since 2009.

The bazaar at Setia Walk Puchong also sees three areas in the main outdoor section of the place. There are usually jewellery, clothes, accessories, snacks and drinks, toys, locally made products, and a few other commercial items. Held for three days, this Puchong Bazaar attracts mostly locals from the surrounding areas here.

Bazaar at Setia Walk Puchong
Venue: The Street, Curve Shopping Centre|
Days: First Fri, Sat and Sunday of the month
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM250 for 3 days/RM100 per day.
Organizer: I Love Bazaars
Contact: Adeline +6 016 9966280

Bazaat at Publika Mall
A view of the Publika Bazaar, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most successful bazaar.

Bazaar at Publika Shopping Mall

The most successful bazaar organized by any shopping mall is the Publika Bazaar and Craft Market, which has been running for almost five years. They are operated by Fuyoh Art Bazaar (F.A.B), who run these bazaars every end of the month.

Other weekends are managed by third-party organisers who create themed bazaars which is fun to visit if you are into the theme. One of the popular ones is the Fuyoh Collectors Market, which happens a couple of times a year and the next one being held from 31 Dec 2016 to 1 Jan 2017.

Bazaar at Publika Shopping Mall
Venue: Ground Floor, Concourse Area, Publika Shopping Mall, Jalan Dutamas 1,  Kuala Lumpur
Days: Last Sat and Sunday of the month
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM200 per day.
Organizer: Fuyoh Art Bazaar (F.A.B)
Contact: You need to visit the bazaar and submit your contact to them

Flea Market Amcorp Mall
The Amcorp Mall Flea Market and Bazaar. Photo by Tip Tap Top.

Amcorp Mall Flea Market

The oldest flea market and bazaar in Malaysia is no other than Amcorp Mall in Petaling Jaya. Running for 16 years now, many people think Amcorp Mall is purely a flea market and sells only antiques and collectables located on the lower ground floor.

But if you explore the entire mall, especially on Sundays, you will find many other vendors from the first to the third floor, selling all kinds of interesting things.

A lot of pre-loved items are also found here. This tourist attraction is also the cheapest bazaar and market in Malaysia, and a strict admission for vendors is observed as the mall management manages it.

Amcorp Mall Flea Market
Venue: Amcorp Mall, 18 Jalan Persiaran Barat, off Jalan Timur, Petaling Jaya.
Days: Every Weekend (Fri & Sat)
Time: 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM80 for a weekend, RM50 per day.
Organizer: Amcorp Mall Management
Contact: 03 7958 2784

eCurve Bazaar
eCurve Bazaar. This is the former location downstairs. (Photo PrettyBabesCollection)

Bazaar at eCurve Shopping Mall

Formally located on the lower ground of eCurve, this bazaar has been moved to the ground floor as Sinma took over the entire lower ground floor selling all kinds of China items.

The eCurve Bazaar attracts more Malay customers due to the vendors mostly seen selling Muslim apparels. However, since the re-location to the new place, some fewer vendors sell cute items, jewellery, accessories, shoes, clothes, toys and sometimes snacks.

Bazaar at eCurve Shopping Mall
Venue: Ground Floor, eCurve Shopping Centre, Mutiara Damansara
Days: Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.30 AM to 10.30 PM
Price per booth: Around RM320 for 3 days/RM120 per day
Organizer: I Love Bazaars (RYL Designs)
Contact: Adeline +6 016 9966280

Ikano Bazaar
The one time only Ikano Power Centre Bazaar. There is no longer any bazaar here.

Bazaar at Ikano Power Centre (IPC)

One of the latest bazaars to open in Mutiara Damansara, bringing the number of bazaars to four in just one area. Apparently, this place attracts many people on weekends, simply due to IKEA and Kidzania being located in the area.

There is also a Tesco and two hotels in the vicinity. Ikano Power Center is opposite The Curve and is connected by an overhead walkway and an underground walkway.

Since the Ikano Power Centre Bazaar is new, you will find a mix of vendors selling jewellery, clothes, shoes and home decorations. Still, as bazaars take time to be established, the vendors may change every week. Update: This Ikano Bazaar was only a one-time event as the response was not good and is no longer there.

Bazaar at Ikano Power Centre (IPC)
Venue: Outside, Ground Floor Main Entrance, Ikano Power Centre, Mutiara Damansara.
Days: Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM220 per day
Organizer: Atrium Event Management
Contact: +6 012 638 8959

Bazaar Berjaya Times Square
Bazaar at Berjaya Times Square KL, Photo from @myworthbuyingshoppe

Bazaar at Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur

Called the Handmade Market at Berjaya Times Square, this event is organized by I Love Bazaar and is held on the second weekend of the month.

But you need to check with the organisers as they do not do it monthly. The location is a little hard to find, but you need to go towards the East wing of Berjaya Times Square and head to the second floor and walk in a little. Vendors here sell mostly handmade items, and some of them are pretty good too.

But again, sometimes, these vendors move around and may not be there the next time around. You won’t find useless items or commercial items here, well from the last time we visited this place; there was none.

Bazaar at Berjaya Times Square KL
Venue: Second Floor, East Wing, Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur
Days: Second Sat and Sunday of the month
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM160 per weekend/RM90 per day
Organizer: I Love Bazaars (RYL Designs)
Contact: Adeline +6 016 9966280

Bazaar at Putrajaya
Putrajaya Bazaar at IOI City Mall

Bazaar at Putrajaya IOI Mall

Over in Putrajaya, the Putrajaya Bazaar takes place at Symphony Walk,  IOI City Mall at IOI Resort City area. This was also organized by Weekend Markets which began operations in October 2016.

Vendors you can find there include jewellery and accessories, shoe cleaners, handmade items and clothes. Weekend Markets no longer operates this bazaar buy there is another bazaar held inside the mall. You may need to contact the management to get the information.

Bazaar at Putrajaya IOI City Mall
Venue: IOI City Mall, Putrajaya
Days: Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM.
Price per booth: –
Organizer: –
Contact: –

Kota Damansara Bazaar
The bazaar at Sunway Giza, Kota Damansara, from Friday to Sunday.

Bazaar at Sunway Giza

The Sunway Giza Bazaar has been around since early 2016. It has attracted quite a bit of vendor here as the entire Giza area is themed as an entertainment hub with many restaurants, cafes, bars and even the Village Grocer as the anchor tenant.

The main outdoor foyer area sees high traffic and other events held, attracting people from around Kota Damansara and its surroundings. Most vendors here are Chinese vendors selling clothes, jewellery, toys, new age collectables, phone accessories, and sometimes other items.

Bazaar at Sunway Giza
Venue: Foyer Area, Sunway Giza, Kota Damansara
Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Time: 11.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: One Weekend (3 Days) RM480, 4 Weekends RM1600
Organizer: Weekend Markets
Contact: Valerie 012 620 8638

The Container Flea Market at Sunway Nexis in January 2016 (Photo by Malaysian Flavours)

Bazaar at Sunway Nexis Shopping Mall

Since they announced the new Sunway Nexis Mall in early 2016, the response has been slow for tenants to move in, leaving a huge open space in the main mall area. One company tried to organize the Sunway Nexis Container Flea Market with a concept that has done very well in other countries.

The event took place in early January and February of 2016, but it did not continue after that. We wonder why but suspect the rental price is too high, which turned away bazaar vendors. But there is talk of another Sunway Nexis Bazaar that will start in 2017, but nothing is confirmed. Until it is announced, we will leave this blank.

Bazaar at Sunway Nexis Shopping Mall
Venue: Foyer Area, Sunway Nexis Shopping Centre
Days: –
Time: –
Price per booth: –
Organizer: –
Contact: –

Bangi Bazaar
One of the earlier bazaars at KIP Mall in Bangi.

Bazaar at Bangi

A couple of bazaars in Bangi take place at KIPMall or Bangi Gateway Mall, but these are not permanent; usually, during festive seasons, these bazaars come alive.

Now for the Christmas and year-end holidays in Malaysia, there are bazaars held there so those in the area can check them out. However, please note that you will not be getting the city type vendors there, but more towards the Muslim community and products.

Bazaar at KIPMall Bangi
Venue: No.1, Jalan Medan Bangi ( Business Park Bangi Golf Resort )
Off Persiaran Kemajuan Seksyen 6, Bandar Baru Bangi. Kuala Lumpur
Days: Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM100 per day.
Organizer: –
Contact: 03 8210 1822

SACC Mall Bazaar
Bazaar at SACC Mall in Shah Alam, Selangor.

Bazaar at SACC Mall Shah Alam

In Shah Alam, the main places that many love to organize bazaars are either at SACC Mall or PKNS Building in the city centre here. Markets and bazaars have been organised here since 2012 but again, most of the time, just one-off.

However, many local bazaars also are very active during the festive season, especially during Hari Raya. A new Bazaar at SACC Mall called Weekend Market at SACC Mall Shah Alam is now ongoing with your usual bazaar type items being sold here.

This means you will not find anything unique other than clothes, accessories and general items.

Bazaar at SACC Mall Shah Alam
Venue: Level 1, SACC Mall, Shah Alam, Selangor
Days: Fri, Sat and Sunday
Time: 10.30 AM to 10.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM250 for 3 Days, RM100 per day.
Organizer: Weecom Event
Contact: 011 520 33884 or 013 209 9935

Bazaar at Da Men Mall Subang
Container Art Box in Da Men, USJ 1, Subang Jaya, artist impression.

Bazaar at Da Men Mall USJ Subang

A new concept called Container Art Box is set to open at Da Men Shopping Mall in USJ  1, Subang Jaya. This concept also takes the lead from other successful worldwide container markets, attracting visitors purely for unique items being sold.

However, at the Container Art Box in Da Men, we are still unsure who the vendors are as they will launch the first-weekend market at Da Men Mall this 16 to 18 December 2016.

We are curious to see what kind of vendors will take up the container lots and how this affects traffic.

Container Art Box @ Da Men
Venue: Level 4, Damen USJ, 4th Floor Persiaran Kewajipan USJ 1, Subang Jaya
Days: Fri, Sat & Sun
Time: 11.00 AM to 8.00 PM
Price per booth: Around RM250 for 3 Days, RM100 per day.
Contact: 03 8081 8318

Flea Market Amcorp Mall
Scene of the Amcorp Mall Flea Market on the upper levels where you can find other items.

Many other smaller bazaars are being held in other shopping malls, but most of them are mainly targeting the festive season. The prominent ones are highlighted here for the Klang Valley; therefore, if you are looking for something to do on the weekend, visit some of the bazaars listed here.

Again, it is always best to go early, as, at some bazaars, vendors tend to close earlier than stated. We are also working on an article about Bazaar Economics in Malaysia where we talk about market trends, situations, and what will happen.

You will notice that the trendy shopping malls like One Utama Shopping Centre, Mid Valley Mega Mall and Pavilion Shopping Centre in KL does not offer bazaars or markets.

There is a so-called reason behind this as some of these malls do not want the place looking like a ‘Pasar Malam’ or night market and protect their tenants’ interest.

You should know that most markets or bazaars do not have strict control over their vendors, resulting in anything-also-can-sell vendors selling items really cheap, which affects the main retail shops business.


The above is compiled in December of 2016, and if there are any corrections or additions, please do let us know through the contact form.

Also, if you are a bazaar organizer and want to include your bazaar here, please contact us. We hope you have found this list helpful and that you will go and visit some of the bazaars at shopping malls here in PJ and KL.

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