A 24-hour Xcess to books

BOOKXCESS has fulfilled every bookworm’s fantasy, with the debut of the first 24-hour bookstore in the country, at the highly-Instagrammable Tamarind Square in Cyberjaya.

The 37,000-square-foot BookXcess Tamarind Square is believed to be the largest bookstore in the country, housing over 500,000 books, each selling at BookXcess’ usual 50% to 80% below retail prices.

To mark its opening, BookXcess is offering 14 lucky readers the chance to score as many free books as they can in a three-minute basket dash.

All readers need to do is spend at least RM50 at any BookXcess store from now till July 22 to be eligible for a lucky draw at the end of July.

BookXcess founder and managing director Andrew Yap said: “Our goal at BookXcess has always been to cultivate the culture of reading among Malaysians, so launching BookXcess at Tamarind Square is a dream come true for us.

“The cost of books is a concern for many book lovers. With the launch of the nation’s biggest bookstore and half a million books offered at attractive prices, we hope to reach a wider audience of readers in Cyberjaya, the Klang Valley, Seremban, Putrajaya, and more.”

Finding a good book is a breeze at BookXcess’ latest haven for bookworms.

From art and design, to fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, and everything in between, you’ll be sure to find some great gems among the thousands at BookXcess Tamarind Square.

There you can also find specially-curated selections of books, and plenty of quiet nooks to browse through the pages in this aesthetically-pleasing outlet.

Yap said: “We’ve worked closely with interior designers to express our vision of utilising the entire 37,000sq ft of space to make it as conducive as possible for the reading community, including [adding] an in-store cafe for customers to grab a drink and snack at any time of the day.

“We want to create a reading haven at BookXcess Tamarind Square, where customers can take time away from the busy city life and find inspiration among the green surroundings and our books.”

For more, visit the BookXcess website or Facebook page.