Actually, I almost miss out visiting Starhill as I was enjoying the night with some friends, whom I met, in KL. Thankfully, the group decided to stroll right after a hefty dinner in Jalan Alor.
Now, are you excited to see the amazing interiors of Starhil Gallery? Read on!
Sosyal! That's what I said the moment I stepped in at Starhill Gallery. Although it was already past 9, the mall was still bustling with music, lights and shoppers.
The first area that I visited at Starhill Gallery was the restaurants in the basement. I tell you, I was wowed to see the interiors of each thematic dining hub. Bright lights, bottles used as pillars, floor lamps on hallways, cut out patterns fused with lighting, and well-thought designs are just all over.
Obviously, with the restaurants' design, it's UBER high-brow. And I never attempted to look or inquire about the price the food.
So with so much excitement, I took a snapshot of the interiors that piqued my interest.
|Wood Panels with hanggang lamps!|
|Pillars made of bottles!|
|Chinese inspired walls!|
|Patterned Wooden Walls!|
|Japanese or Chinese?|
After checking the restaurants, I also had the chance to tour in the lobby. In the lobby, apart from the obvious high ceiling paired with carved pillars, there's a performing band. Feeling ko tuloy ay may TV show sa lobby dahil amazing ang stage, lighting at siempre ang performance. I even thought that the performing band is an all-Filipino band. Di pala. I guess they're Malaysians or Chinese.
Among the interior design that I saw, it's the eco-friendly pillars and decor that I liked the most.
|Recycling 101 at its fab!|
Should you want to take a visit at Starhill Gallery, simply go behind Sephora and you'll see it.