But the store worth visiting the mall for is Nitori—a Japanese version of Ikea that offers many different items, including furniture that saves space and bedding with cooling technology.
The nearest atm is at Times Square.
Since Mitsui Fudosan opened its first LaLaport in Japan in 1981, the company has strived to grow together with local communities by continuing to keep in step with developments and changes.
Do keep LaLaport in mind if you have time to spare over the weekend, a new discovery is always fun, right? Malaysian consumer needs and values have become more diverse than ever before, with the increase of middle-income group due to economic growth, the expansion of globalization, and the evolution of digital technology in recent years.