Floristika brings in real Noble fir for the season, and these evergreens range from 6ft to 7ft. The florist also stocks potted Poinsettias to spruce up your home.
16 Jalan Liku, Off Jalan Riong, Bangsar (03 2287 6113/www.floristika.com.my). Wed-Fri, 8.30am–9pm; Sat-Sun, 8.30am-8.30pm.
IKEA is brimming with lush, bundled Nordmann fir, which comes in two heights: 160cm (RM149) and 250cm (RM219). As part of their Christmas tree recycling campaign, bring a live IKEA Christmas tree back with a valid receipt from Dec 26 until Jan 17, and IKEA will refund 50 percent of the Christmas tree purchase price in the form of an IKEA gift card. Returned trees will be recycled into wood chips, which will be donated to eco-schools as fertiliser. Only available at IKEA Mutiara Damansara.
2 Jalan PJU 7/2, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya (03 7726 7777/www.ikea.com/my). Mon–Thu, 9.30am–10pm; Fri–Sun, 9.30am–11pm.
Robinsons stocks a range of artificial trees from 5ft tall (from RM686), going up to 8ft (from RM1,600).
The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley (03 2089 1188/www.robinsons.com.my). Daily, 10am–10pm.
With a range of classic pine and fir trees starting at 4ft and topping out at 6ft, TANGS is a good place to start if you’re looking for a conservative, modest tree for your home. They also stock a wide selection of ornaments and baubles.
1 Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama, PJ (603 7726 9881); Empire Shopping Gallery, Jalan SS 16/1, Subang Jaya (03 5022 2286/www.tangs.com.my). Daily, 10am–10pm.
Metrojaya is known for the breadth and scope of their festive decorations, and this Christmas will be no different – expect to find colour-coordinated stations of tinsel, baubles and fairy lights, alongside a standard selection of Christmas trees starting from 4ft. If you want more variety, go to the Mid Valley or the Curve outlet, while the Bukit Bintang branch has a lot of discounts if you’re looking for bargains.
Various locations (www.metrojaya.com.my).
Cheap and cheerful Living Cabin’s artificial trees start at a dainty 2ft and can go all the way up to 9ft. If you’re in a rush, some come pre-decorated. Out of all the outlets, the Chinatown store (121 Jalan Sultan, KL. 03 2078 8867) has the widest range.
Various outlets (www.livingcabin.com.my).
You can get a Christmas tree for RM20 at this hypermarket, but bear in mind that it’ll be a four-footer. For ultra-convenient Christmas shopping, you can’t beat Tesco – stick a tree and some boxes of baubles in your trolley while picking up the weekly groceries.
Various outlets (www.tesco.com.my).