Travellers with serious shopping addiction know the best places to shop, but newbies in the shopaholic business should take a look at these destinations for an unforgettable shopping experience.

These cities do not only offer bargains but also has great public transport and affordable taxi fare. They also offer variety of shops for travelling shopaholics, from upscale shops to market stalls. Aside from these, the following four cities are also beautiful places not only to shop from but also to just bask in.

1. New York

The Big Apple's allure is due to its diversity in style. There's so much to see in the big city including curated vintage items from Rare Vintage. For those with the stamina to go to the stampede sales in the city, New York Magazine suggests taking a look at Manolo Blahnik, Sigerson Morrison, Aeffe and Chanel. The New York Magazine's Sale Calendar is also a great reference for New York shopping.

Brooklyn Flea is also one place to visit - the market is open during the weekends.

2. London

While the prices for taxi fare in London can shock the average traveller, this shopping spot is one of the most frequented shopping spots in Europe.

Places like Liberty may have that very royal feel but its exterior does not mean that the stock isn't contemporary.

Dover Street Market is also a great place to go to while in London.

3. Tokyo

Isetan located in Shinjuku is the department store to be for shoppers looking for affordable prices. Not being able to speak Japanese shouldn't be a probles because they have an interpretation service.

Also, a great place for those who love Japanese food, Tokyo is definitely a nice city to visit.

4. Kuala Lumpur

Large malls, affordable prices and a variety of items define the Kuala Lumpur shopping experience. Kuala Lumpur also has sales that last months which means you don't really need to catch a plane on certain times of the season.

Shoppers can make the most of their Kuala Lumpur shopping experience by going to 1 Utama, Peter Hoe Beyond and Quirky Brown Cow, according to CNN.