10 Places In PJ & KL Where You Can Buy Christmas Decorations

It's never too early to start prepping!

Cover image via Tamara Jayne/SAYS

1. FNC

Formerly known as Fun N Cheer, this store has a variety of reasonably priced Christmas trees, lights, and baubles. Not all outlets offer the same items, depending on their size.

Some of the decor they have include adorable reindeer and snowmen that can be lit up at night for your garden, porch, or balcony – perfect to chase away any quarantine blues!

These are where their PJ and KL outlets are located:
- Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong
- Taman Tun Perak, Cheras
- Taman Cheras - Yulek, KL
- Jalan Sepadu, OUG
- Kuchai Lama, KL
- Viva Shopping Mall, KL
- PJ Old Town, PJ
- SS2/64, PJ
- Alam Damai, KL
- Setapak, KL

You can find a list of all of their other outlets in Malaysia here.

2. Kaison

An idea of a Christmas decor made by my sister using a hula hoop and artificial plants from Kaison.

Image via Joni L (Provided to SAYS)

Kaison is filled with affordable gifts, as well as festive home decor to get you into the Christmas spirit! From fairy lights and wreaths to Christmas baubles and small pine trees, you'll find plenty of options at the store. 

They have outlets in:
- 1 Utama Shopping Centre, PJ
- Sunway Putral Mall, KL
- Paradigm Mall, PJ
- Melawati Mall, KL
- EkoCheras Mall, KL
- MyTOWN Shopping Centre, KL
- Setapak Central (KL Festival City), KL

You can find out where their other outlets are on their Instagram Highlights.

3. Spotlight

Spotlight goes all out with supplying some of the best Christmas decorations in my opinion. And they also have a good selection of festive ornaments that you might not be able to find at other stores.

They have outlets in:
- IPC Shopping Centre, PJ
- MyTOWN Shopping Centre, KL

You can also shop online.


Every year, IKEA brings in live Christmas trees imported all the way from Sweden. This year, they also have bamboo-woven trees.
The Swedish retailer has always been the hub for festive home decorations. Who doesn't love IKEA anyway? 

Their outlets are in:
- Damansara, PJ
- Cheras, KL

You can also shop online.

5. Hewsonix Store

If you're looking for fairy lights, Hewsonix in PJ Old Town has quite a good selection. They also have a variety of Christmas garlands, among other quirky ornaments like giant candy canes, giving us Willy Wonka vibes!

95, Jalan 1/12, Seksyen 1 Petaling Jaya,
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

6. Sin Wah

Also located in PJ Old Town, Sin Wah is a local craft store selling a variety of string beads for you to decorate your tree, staircase, or anywhere else in your home. It's all in the little details. 

64, Jalan 1/19, Seksyen 1,
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

7. Daiso

Every Daiso branch has a section dedicated to Christmas decorations. Some stores may have more than others, depending on their size.

At the outlet we visited, we found Christmas wreaths, small trees, tiny baubles, and garlands, among other trinkets for your home!

They have many outlets in Klang Valley, which you can easily find online.

8. Star Enterprise

If you're not looking for anything too big, this stationery store in TTDI has an assortment of smaller ornaments, such as wooden Christmas trees that you can use to spruce up your apartment or home.

112 & 114, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, WPKL


No matter the occasion, you'll be sure to find decorations at MR DIY, and that includes Christmas! They have garlands, baubles, sparkly stars, and Christmas wreaths, just to name a few.

There are multiple outlets in PJ and KL. Find your nearest outlet here.

10. S&J Co

Although usually known as a gift store, S&J Co also sells Christmas decorations like baubles, socks, snow globes, and other fun items.

There are multiple outlets in PJ and KL or you can also shop online. Find your nearest outlet here.

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