12 Thrift Shops in KL You Should Definitely Check Out

12 Best Thrift Stores and Vintage Shops in Kuala Lumpur

Thrift shopping in KL can be so much fun!

Thrifting — an activity that’s not only fun and addictive, but also benefits the environment. By opting for these second-hand goods and keeping them out of landfills, we contribute to reducing carbon footprints. Not to mention, the joy of thrifting when you find high-quality or branded goods for a significantly lower price! If you’re in Kuala Lumpur and love thrifting, then you’re on the right page. We’ve compiled a list of top thrift shops in KL, Malaysia that’s categorised into two budget levels for your vintage-hunting journey.

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Best thrift stores in KL for a fantastic shopping experience

1. Fifth

Situated in Taman Paramount, FIFTH and other shops along the street are pretty famous among fashionistas and cool kids in KL for curated vintage finds. You’ll be greeted by Instagrammable corners at this thrift store in Kuala Lumpur, as well as an extensive collection of chic vintage items, from jackets to mini skirts. 

Also, only a few shops down the street are bröom Artisan Bakery & Kitchen and One Half: two cosy cafes for you to take a break and relish in a cup of freshly brewed coffee. 

Opening hours: 1pm to 9pm (Tuesday to Sunday)

Address: 23, Jalan 20/13, Taman Paramount, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

2. Del’cs Retail

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Image credit (L-R): DEL’CS Official Instagram; Cecelia Chang

Within a short stroll from FIFTH is Del’cs Retail, another one of the best thrift stores in KL that fashion enthusiasts and the bougie young adults love shopping at. Here’s where you can effortlessly discover a series of Y2K clothing, trendy sunglasses, and swanky accessories through the shop and its vendors. 

Can’t find something you fancy? At the very least, you can take a few pictures at the shop’s IG-worthy spaces before you head home!

Opening hours: 1pm to 7pm (Tuesday to Thursday), 11am to 8pm (Friday to Sunday)

Address: 29, Jalan 20/13, Taman Paramount, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor


Operating both online and in physical locations, REFASH is recognised as one of the largest thrift stores in Malaysia and Singapore. The shop boasts a handpicked collection of preloved women’s apparel, which includes well-known brands such as Zara, Love Bonito, and H&M. Its offline branches are located in different parts of Kuala Lumpur. 

REFASH is on a mission to encourage consumers to prioritise secondhand choices. So, apart from fulfilling your thrifting needs, you can also bring your used clothing here and get paid for doing so! What a fun way to revitalise your wardrobe, right? 

Locations and opening hours: For the complete list of REFASH stores in KL, click here.

4. OKGO Store

OKGO Store is a curated thrift store near Kuala Lumpur that sells a diverse range of new and preloved vintage fits. Here, you can save the energy of digging and browsing through herds of clothing, as everything is limited and assembled neatly. Loyal customers also love how they can get their hands on some eccentric yet top-quality clothing, with prices as low as RM10 (~S$2.88). 

Alongside the thrill of thrift shopping here, many also enjoy the store’s stylish yet comfy interior. It creates a soothing ambience and makes it a good photo-taking spot!

Opening hours: 12pm to 7pm (Monday to Friday), 11am to 7pm (Saturday to Sunday)

Address: 17A 1st Floor, Jalan SS 18/1b, 47500 Subang Jaya

5. Shimokita Space

Shimokita Space is more than just a thrift shop near Kuala Lumpur. This hidden gem is home to a Muslim-friendly burger store and a spacious area featuring modish photo opportunities; making it not only a place to thrift, but also somewhere nice to hang out with friends. 

Most vintage items here are meticulously selected. You’ll encounter a broad assortment of vintage apparel, particularly Japanese-style garments, as you probably would have guessed from its name and its classic cyberpunk design!

Opening hours: 3pm to 11pm (Tuesday to Sunday)

Address: 94, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor


Adorable just like its name, LOOOP is one of the curated thrift shops in KL that offers premium quality preloved pieces. What we like the most about it is its vibrant collection of clothing and shoes.

This KL thrift shop also has a cute seating area, as well as secondhand cultural attires for sale. Customers can recycle their preloved clothes here as well, with an opportunity to share the story behind their used garments! You can write a short note on a card, which will then be tagged to the item. It certainly adds a personal touch to the recycling experience!

Opening hours: 2pm to 9pm (Tuesday to Friday), 12pm to 7pm (Saturday to Sunday)

Address: 20-A, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

7. Again Thrift Store

When it comes to nice thrift shops near Kuala Lumpur, Again Thrift Store certainly deserves a spot on the list. It’s situated near the aforementioned OKGO Store and shares a few similarities: reasonable prices, high-quality used clothing, and a captivating atmosphere. Beyond the well-coordinated items and fantastic vintage finds, you will also adore its retro and funky design! It features elements like LED lights, vinyl records, and a disco ball — all accompanied by delightful oldie music. 

Opening hours: 12pm to 7pm (Tuesday to Sunday)

Address: 11A, Jalan SS 18/1b, Ss 18, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

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Thrift shops in KL for budget-friendly choices

8. Jalan Jalan Japan

Jalan Jalan Japan is one of the biggest thrift retail stores in Malaysia, and you can spot its outlets not only around Kuala Lumpur but also in other states like Negeri Sembilan and Johor. In addition to clothing items, it is also home to other secondhand goods, such as daily household items, toys, and furniture pieces. 

Personally, Jalan Jalan Japan is one of my favourite thrift shops in KL when it comes to shopping for affordable preloved clothes. Beyond the wide array of selections, the clothes are mostly well taken care of. For those travelling to winter destinations, there are also many winter wear options available here. What’s even better? The prices are incredibly reasonable, with some items going for as low as RM1 (~S$0.29).

Locations: For the complete list of Jalan Jalan Japan stores in KL, click here.

Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily

9. 2nd STREET Bundle Shop

Another one of my recommendations for thrift shopping in KL is the 2nd STREET Bundle Shop. 2nd STREET has many outlets across the Klang Valley. Shopping in its stores is a pleasant experience, as all items — from bags and shoes to clothes — are meticulously arranged and colour-coordinated. Besides, most 2nd STREET outlets are very spacious.

Apart from purchasing, you can also give a new life to your preloved clothes, shoes, and bags at select outlets. This “Buy and Sell” program is available at their stores in Bangsar Baru, Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI), and Bandar Utama. Participants of the program must be 18 years or older, and after the assessment of your items, you’ll receive a quotation. If you agree, they’ll pay you in cash on the spot!

Locations and opening hours: For the complete list of 2nd STREET stores in KL, click here.

10. JBR Bundle

For those looking for budget-friendly thrift shops in KL, don’t miss out on JBR Bundle. One of the most popular secondhand shops in the city, it offers more than just apparel, but also other things; such as household goods, toys, exclusive collectables, and books. 

JBR Bundle boasts around nine outlets all across Klang Valley. These outlets are open daily, and some are even open as late as 12am. Having been to some of the JBR Bundle outlets, I liked how cheap the prices are. I once found a decent leather skirt that was priced at only RM5 (~S$1.44)! However, it’s worth noting that certain outlets may be quite humid and relatively cramped, so I suggest dressing more comfortably.

Locations: For the complete list of JBR Bundle stores in KL, click here.

Opening hours:

  • 10am to 12am daily (Sri Damansara, Klang, Shah Alam, Balakong, Hulu Langat, and Kanchong outlets)
  • 10am to 10pm daily (Bangi, Subang USJ, and Banting outlets)

11. Family Bundle

Family Bundle is a local bundle retail store with branches in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and Perak. Here’s where you can discover reasonably priced used garments, from nice boots and cool backpacks to floral tops. The cost of the preloved goods here starts from only RM6.50 (~S$1.87), so there’s no doubt that it is one of the best thrift stores in KL for economical shoppers. Regular customers of Family Bundle also appreciate how they can always find branded items and vintage apparel here. 

Locations and opening hours: For the complete list of Family Bundle stores, click here.

12. BLESS Shop (Kedai BLESS)

BLESS Shop (aka Kedai BLESS) is an OG secondhand store and social enterprise that was established in 1999. This KL thrift shop carries an assortment of preloved and new goods such as dresses, jewellery, books, and handbags. 

As the name goes, BLESS Shop donates half of its profit (as well as several clothing and household items) to those in need, in the hope of blessing people and bringing a positive impact to the community. The shop also accepts clothing donations. It’s no doubt one of the best thrift stores in KL worthy of support!

Locations: For the complete list of BLESS Shop stores in KL, click here.

Opening hours:

  • 10am to 10pm daily (Midvalley Megamall, Citta Mall, and One Utama outlets)
  • 10am to 5.30pm daily (SMCC and Ara Jaya outlets)

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The next time you’re up for a thrift shopping spree, refer to this list of thrift shops in KL for every budget. So, are you excited to kick-start a fun thrift shopping experience in Malaysia’s capital city? Hope you are lucky enough to snag some fantastic thrift deals!

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Cecelia Chang
Cecelia Chang

Born in a new village in Selangor, Malaysia, Cecelia loves three things in life: Good food, good views, and good deals. She also enjoys exploring new places and experiencing new things on her travels.