In Malaysia, we still get bags from shopping so there is no need to bring along our reusable bags. The exception is on Saturdays when most supermarkets and hypermarkets charge 20sen for each plastic bag needed.
Buying presents and getting them wrapped at the department store is also convenient. The usual procedure is to pay for the item at the cashier's and then proceed to the service counter for the present to be wrapped in the store's own wrapping paper. For added touch, a ribbon or too would spruce up the present. A carrier bag would round up the effect and paper bags are available close by at the counter. Another wonderful way to dress up a present is the use of organza bags and they do come in a number of colors for individual preference.
Some of us prefer to wrap our own presents and in this case, we would require a good stock of the various stationery and supplies. If you are looking to stock up on these supplies or if you are in the business and need to buy in bulk, here is a site you would want to check out. I have never seen any place that has such a wide range of paper supplies and stuff.
Paper Mart has items like bags, boxes, cans & jars; tubes, pouches and baskets to ribbons, bows and ties to tapes and fabric, even party and craft supplies and lots more! I'll have to agree with them that they are "The Largest and Most Complete Packaging Store". You simply have to check out this site. Anything you need for Retail and Industrial Packaging can be found here. Happy Shopping!