Malaysia Grand Bazaar is home to 100 artisanal and authentic local brands that pay homage to Malaysian creators and crafters’ creativity and artistry.
Malaysia Grand Bazaar (MGB), an integral component of the Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) urban regeneration project and Kuala Lumpur’s first artisanal mall, will open on March 31, 2022.
MGB spans 100,000 square feet of carefully curated spaces with hints of heritage architecture. It is home to 100 artisanal and authentic local brands that pay homage to Malaysian creators and crafters’ creativity and artistry.
According to BBCC Development Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Low Thiam Chin, MGB is being developed to provide a dedicated platform for artisans, micro-brands, start-ups, and art entrepreneurs to scale their businesses into the physical retailing space.
Low said that, despite its prime location in Bukit Bintang, MGB merchants can take advantage of easy entry packages such as affordable rents, fully fitted lots, and marketing support to open their own branded stores in the city centre.
“Our vision is to become the incubator for local brands to reach out to a larger customer base by having a presence in a prime location which can attract both locals and tourists,” said Low.
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