Shopping 2 - 14, 2 - 22, 2nd Floor, Fahrenheit 88 Mall, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Published on: 21-04-2016
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Why BookXcess (Fahrenheit 88 Mall) is special ?
BookXcess bookstores sell a wide variety of English language books: fiction, non-fiction, children’s books and various genres in between! You get an amazing variety of affordable books, and a good book reaches people like you. And that’s how everyone gets to read more for less with BookXcess, the cheapest bookstore in Malaysia.
BookXcess' books are brand new overstock and overprint books. They do not sell second-hand books nor rejected stock. Visit their bookstores at Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya, or fahrenheit88 in Kuala Lumpur for massive discounts on books every single day of the year.
How to get to BookXcess (Fahrenheit 88 Mall)?
BookXcess at Fahrenheit 88 Mall can be accessed by:
Station: Bukit Bintang/Raja Chulan
Ampang Rail Line (formerly known as Star LRT)
Sation: Interchange to KL Monorail at Hang Tuah (ST3) and Titiwangsa (ST9)
Kelana Jaya Line (formerly known as Putra LRT)
Station: Interchange to KL Monorail at Dang Wangi (KJ12) and KL Sentral (KJ15)
Station: Both the Batu Caves-Pel Klang & Rawang-Seremban Line interchanges to KL Monoral at KL Sentral.
- Wonderful bookstore with helpful staff
- BookXcess offers unbelievably low prices
- Best place to hunt to good books and gifts
- Large variety of books at an affordable price
- Brilliant stop for book lovers
2 - 14, 2 - 22, 2nd Floor, Fahrenheit 88 Mall, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tips for you
Don't pay full price for books anymore. They stock quite a huge range of titles, even popular mainstream ones. And check out the monthly promotion as there could be additional discounts!
I loved this place. This place is a MUST GO if you're a book lover or just a geek like me:) There are tons of art books and cook books with price I've never seen before! Yes the selection might not be that large but it's large enough for book worms to mingle around:) I mainly looked into the graphic novels and art books but I think normal fiction books are not that cheap (just compared to the normal price) but not sure. I also found a set of post cards I wanted to get from Kinokunia that cost rm75 which was less than rm10 here! The cook books are so cheap too. Great place to buy gifts for your friends and for yourself;)