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KLCC Suria is an ultra modern and the most prestigious shopping centre in Malaysia. It is located at the base of Petronas Twin Towers and is serviced by most major transportation system in the city. There are many festivals that are celebrated in Malaysia and this shopping complex is among the first that features a certain theme during this time of the year.

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The main entrance to  Suria KLCC.

Decoration at the concourse area is always changing according to the time of the year. Major festivals such as Hari Raya Puasa, Chinese New Year, Deepavali and Christmas are celebrated here.

There are 6 levels of retail outlets with more than 270 stores that offer goods ranging from the latest electronic gadgets in town to Malaysia's traditional crafts. As a one stop shopping centre and entertainment in the city centre, you will be able to find something to do here. If you are into fashion, the latest fashion in the market can be seen here.

If you need entertainment, there is Tanjong Golden Village which screens the latest blockbuster movies in town. There are also plenty of food stalls and restaurants with a variety of international and local delicacies for you to savour.

Visit some of the attractions when you are here..

  • Isetan, Marks & Spencer and Parkson where you can find the latest shopping clothes, bags, shoes, belts.. Some of the items are on offer at certain time of the year.
  • Cold Storage Supermarket offers the various food and household items that you can browse and purchase.
  • Kinokuniya and Times The Bookshop are for those who want to find the latest books in the market.
  • Tanjong Golden Village screens the latest movie in town. After a long day's walk, it will be an ideal place to go where you can sit and enjoy the best cinema facilities in Malaysia. It has a total of 13 screens cineplex.
  • Signature Level 2 food court and Asian Flavours Food Court offer the varieties of food for you to choose from.
  • Petronas Petrosains Centre is located on the 4th floor where you can enjoy the Dark Ride course, Molecular Magic, Geotime Formation and Flight Simulators. This is a must for children as it is educational in nature. Entrance tickets can be purchased at the counter.
  • Aquaria KLCC is a 90 metre long underwater tunnel that has over 150 species of fish from all over the world.

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Some of the souvenir stalls at KLCC Suria concourse.

Isetan KLCC

Shopping At Isetan.

Tourist Privilege Discount Card

KLCC Suria has been offering a Tourist Privilege Card to all foreigners who come to do their shopping here. With more than 300 local and international fashion stores in this place, I am sure you will be able to find something that appeal to you. Holder of the card is entitled for discounts off the normal price for selected items in the stores.

To apply for the card, all you have to do is present your passport at the Customer Service Desk on the Concourse Level to get your Tourist Privilege Card. You have nothing to lose but everything to gain with this discount card which is only available for foreign visitors to Malaysia.

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The KLCC Suria Tourist Privilege Discount Card

Other Attractions

Within the vicinity of KLCC Suria are the many 5 stars hotel. Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Traders Hotel are within walking distance and are among the most popular hotels for business travelers and tourists. Kuala Lumpur convention centre is located here as well where many high profile conferences are held here throughout the year.

If you need a breather after being confined in a building for some hours, try talking a stroll at KLCC park. It is a beautiful park within the city where you will find water feature, pools for childeren to play, playground, trees and benches for you to sit.

Take some pictures of the city from this park. This park is full of people during the New Year countdown. Independence Day of Malaysia on August 31 is also celebrated here.

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The beautiful decoration at Suria.

KLCC Kinokuniya

Kinokuniya Bookshop.

Getting To KLCC Suria

This shopping mall is opened from 10am to 10pm everyday. The best means of transport to come here is using the Putra LRT. Board the Putra LRT and stop at KLCC station. Follow the signages and you will be here in about 5 minutes.

There are many customer service counters for you to enquire if you need help. They are located at Centre Court at the Concourse Level, Ampang and Ramlee Malls at the Ground Floor. You can call +603 2382 3326 for further enquiry.

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“ Suria KLCC shopping mall must be one of the most iconic mall as it placed under the Petronas Twin Towers. ” in 11 reviews

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“ They got an abundance of luxury stores like LV and Gucci (my favs!) and a ton of fancy restaurants. ” in 6 reviews

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Malaysia review #5 Since the Suria KLCC mall was walking distance from our hotel, we went to the mall a number of times during our stay in KL. http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/suria-klcc-kuala-lumpur?select=wpymXWymr34D2evyUU-lJg Located at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers, this massive shopping mall is not spread out over a large area like some other malls. It's spread out over six, count them, 6 stories of retail shopping space!! http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/suria-klcc-kuala-lumpur?select=2yayLWzjyERpua9nDsnlOA I find it interesting how similar types of products are grouped together on each floor, rather than being spread throughout the entire mall, as is common with malls in the USA. The mall layout is as follows.... 1st floor: Specialty foods, supermarket, gifts, optical/eye ware, foot massage, banks. 2nd floor: High end clothing, jewelry and accessories. Two department stores. 3rd floor: Clothing & accessories, watches, chocolates, two department stores. 4th floor: Clothing, shoes, luggage, watches, large food court, two department stores. 5th floor: Shoes, clothing, home furnishings, electronics, movie theaters, a dept. store. 6th floor: Sit down restaurants, large food court, beauty shops & supplies and a very large book store. Another nice thing is if you get overwhelmed by all the shopping, you can go out the doors at the back of the mall and wander around and relax in the beautiful, 50 acre (20 hectare) KLCC park! http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/suria-klcc-kuala-lumpur?select=NvDnv8dAiDe4jytQim0phA http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/petronas-twin-towers-kuala-lumpur?select=m6DPfI-5Ab0brRTP8PyhHA As the mall is connected to the Petronas Towers, there is a direct entrance from the Towers, for those lunch break shopping trips! http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/suria-klcc-kuala-lumpur?select=-JuggAer-M_yTogrWyQFYw The Surai KLCC is a very, very nice shopping mall. It has very nice finishes, is kept very clean and is more than just a shopping mall to many, it's a destination.

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This is one popular mall right under the Petronas Twin Towers. The Christmas decorations are amazing and they show off the spirit almost or more than they do in the USA. Great place to shop but they need better signage especially when you there looking for a specific shop. I went in one morning to drop off postcards at the small post office and I couldn't find it again. Even the employees I asked didn't know where it was at, the electric sign maps were not turned on. Yes the mall is that big.

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Kuala Lumpur is the South East Asian version of Dubai. This fact dawned on me as I walked around Syria KLCC today, located under the Petronas Twins Towers, which is still the tallest twin towers in the world. Outside they have fountains similar to the Bellagio in Vegas. And since it's December, there are dozens of Christmas trees throughout the mall, with one I guess-timate to be a 5 story Christmas tree near the fountains. This mall is filled with high end shopping. I've never seen so much Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and luxury stores. I want to say even Dubai pales in comparison with the malls in KL. All that being said this is just another fancy mall in a city filled with them. The biggest knock I must say though is that this is a 5 star mall with holes in the ground for toilets. I didn't have to take care of any Number #2 business, only number 1. But this mall should not have those kinds of toilets that we see in dirty wet markets in Hong Kong or a flea market in Brazil. In fact the last time I saw that nasty of a bathroom with holes in the ground for toilets was on Mount Everest. Unacceptable. Western brands for stores deserve western toilets. This is a "COME ON MAN" moment.

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A beautiful, expansive, and very sophisticated mall in the heart of Kuala Lumpur which is the capital of Malaysia. This mall is connected underground to several other surrounding malls. It has very high end stores like Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, but also much more down to earth stores like Uniqlo and Giordano, which are both Asian clothing stores. The mall has a pretty good food court too and several other eateries that are not exactly part of the food court. There's also a huge multi-story ISETAN Japanese department store on one end, and a Cold Storage grocery store is towards the middle of the mall. One big highlight of the mall is the open plaza in the middle where they decorate for whatever holiday is coming up. For example, currently the Christmas decorations are up and they are very elaborate, much more so than other malls anywhere and definitely rivals the largest and most famous malls in SF and NYC. Overall, this is an architecturally impressive and properly maintained mall and it's no wonder it's world famous and so popular.

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Great mall for shopping and restaurants. If you stay at Traders Hotel, there is a buggy service available for hotel guests which makes it very convenient!

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It's a nice mall but not really all that. It's proximity to the Petronas Towers pretty much means you can't avoid it if you are a tourist though. If you actually want to shop then the Pavillion might be better.

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When in KL, it is time to go shopping!!!! This of course is dependent on your originating country, currency ratio conversion, price point of items, and shopping suaveness. Suria KLCC is located at the base of the Petronas Towers. You can't miss it. This is an air con mall!!! You know you will be coming here to beat the heat. Once you enter the mall, you will be stunned by the sheer capacity of how large it is. The mall has six levels. The stores range from medium priced items to luxury goods. I recall that every floor has a coffee shoppe. Actually, there are a lot of coffee shoppes in the mall. There are escalators on each ends of the floors while the elevator is in the middle. Be mindful of the restrooms you go into. I recall the first and second floor restrooms are paid restrooms while the other floors are not. When in doubt, always go up. Suria KLCC is also connect to Kuala Lumpur park. You can exit the mall from the "back" to enter the park. You can take a nice pictures of the Petornas Towers outside.

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The perfect place to go shopping while in town and you can get lost in the myriad of shops here. KLCC also has a great view of the Petronas Towers and there are many places to grab lunch and snacks.

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Suria KLCC is like Fifth Avenue NY but in a vertical landscape, while Fifth Ave is horizontal measured by the street's length. To be honest, items are more expensive here. NY offers a lot of sales! It's a nice place to take pictures because of the magnificent views of the interior and exterior designs. Of course I found my favorite stores here but my goal wasn't to shop till I drop but to take pictures till I drop my iPhone! For those who have lots of money, you and your wallet are welcomed here. For those who have less, keep moving till you see KLCC Park and enjoy the water fountain. Still welcomed here. Saw some science activity taken place on one floor, like the planetarium. Great experience being inside the building. A lot to do here, don't get discouraged. You can choose to eat at some restaurants and cafes inside this complex too. I did and I'll tell you all about it next!

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ONE OF THE BEST MALLS IN MALAYSIA! Suria KLCC is a modern and lovely 6 story shopping Centre that looks over to the Petronas Twin Towers (my favorite view when in Malaysia!) and the aquarium. Looking for something? No worries, you can find everything you need in this mall. This mall consists of high-end shopping and designer stores such as LV, Armani, Chanel, Gap, and many more. This mall was across the street from my wonderful hotel and I loved every minute of it! This mall has an array of food options depending on how you are feeling. On the lower ground floor, you can find two supermarkets and they also have two food courts that include Burger King, KFC, McDonalds and tons of other options. The other side of this part of the mall is surrounded by KL City Park with lakes, fountains, and many luxury views of the City. This is a great place to escape the heat on a hot day, as most of the mall has an air-conditioner. You will find many of the tourists come here to see this mall as it's surrounded by many popular landmarks. Its superiority is apparent from the attractiveness of shop windows to the cleanliness of the place and the restrooms. HOW TO GET THERE: It is easy to reach by public transportation. Ride the Jaya or Putra line from KL Sentral Station and hop off at KLCC Station. FYI: You can get a Tourist Privilege Card by registering your passport, but unfortunately, I ended up not using it as planned because I wasn't buying any upscale items. Don't forget to catch the KLCC water fountain show right outside of the mall during the evening times at every top of the hour. Shop 'till you drop!

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The 11 Best Shopping Malls In Kuala Lumpur

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WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT KUALA LUMPUR’S SHOPPING MALLS?

Kuala Lumpur is known for its large collection of shopping malls. Many travel blogs list going to a mall as one of the must-do attractions in KL. Before I visited the city for the first time this confused me. Aren’t shopping malls the same everywhere?

So I did not make it a priority to visit one but as I was staying in KL for an extended time I soon realised that life without shopping malls is just not possible here.

Since the weather in this part of the world alternates between flashes of pouring rain and extreme heat and humidity shopping outside can be treacherous. Only very few mainstream stores are accessible on the street like it is often the case for large city centres in Europe. Instead, nearly all the large brands in Kuala Lumpur have moved inside into shopping malls. Of course, this is not exactly unusual. Shopping malls exist all over the world, not just in Kuala Lumpur.

However, in Kuala Lumpur, the vast number of shopping malls in close proximity to one another is what makes it unique.

In Bukit Bintang alone you can find seven of them so close together that you do not need to walk more than a few minutes between each one. Some are even connected via walkways to ensure you don’t have to step a foot outside if it is raining.

So if you plan to do any shopping at all in Kuala Lumpur, be it groceries, a pharmacy or clothing you will have to visit a shopping mall. Except for the odd 7-Eleven or Family Mart (which is essentially the same thing), you will have trouble finding stores that are not inside.

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TOURIST PERKS

Many shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur issue tourist privilege cards to foreign passport holders. Every mall has a different card and they cannot be used interchangeably.

You can look at their respective websites to find a full list of the stores issuing discounts for tourists. Most of the time they require a minimum amount that needs to be spent to qualify.

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THE BEST PART ABOUT KUALA LUMPUR SHOPPING MALLS

Then there is the second and maybe even more important reason why you will have to visit shopping malls while you are in KL: The food courts.

While it may be considered a last resort and a quick fast-food fix to eat at a mall in most of the West, it is far from that in many Asian cities.

Shopping mall food courts have some of the cheapest food and often give you plenty of options to choose from without having to walk very far.

They are air-conditioned, quick and easy when you’re looking for a meal and can’t decide what to have. You never have to decide on just one place anymore as most malls have different stalls where you can mix and match your food.

Naturally, you will still find the familiar chains of fast food such as McDonald’s, KFC, Subway or Burger King. But these will not be your only options. Instead, you get to chose from a wide variety of Asian cuisine at prices so low it can be hard to believe. Of course, there are differences. Some malls are better for eating than others.

So keep reading to find out which malls are worth a visit and which ones you can skip depending if you are looking for food, clothing stores or electronics.

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1. SURIA – KLCC’S HIGH-END MALL AT THE PARK

How to get there.

Suria Shopping Centre is located at the base of the famous Petronas Twin Towers with an exit leading directly into KLCC Park. It is easily accessible via the Kelana Jaya LRT line (red and number five on public transport maps). The KLCC stop is right in front of the entrance to Suria Shopping Mall. The green GoKL bus line also stops here.

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WHY SHOULD YOU GO TO SURIA SHOPPING CENTRE?

Suria is a giant luxury mall that focuses on expensive name brands such as Versace, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Prada. There are a few cheaper options like Zara and Topshop but most of the stores are definitely in the upper price range and not very budget–friendly. Click  here  for a full list of stores you can find in Suria Shopping Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

Still, I would not skip Suria just because you do not plan to go luxury shopping. Its amazing location underneath the towers and basically  in  KLCC park means it’s easily combined with visiting either attraction. It’s a spectacular mall with shiny marble floors and just walking through it is interesting even if you’re just window shopping.

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Suria has a great grocery store on the bottom floor where you can get some basic necessities. There is a small food court on the second floor where you’ll be able to find a meal for around RM 10 (≈ 2,10€). Not bad for an otherwise expensive mall.

The food court is certainly not the best compared to what other malls on this list have to offer but there is a decent selection of both Asian and Western cuisine. It does get very crowded around lunchtime though so be prepared to spend some time looking for a seat.

There are also some more traditional restaurants as well as fast food options such as McDonald’s and Subway.

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I recommend going to Typo, a great novelty stationery store where you can fulfil all your travel diary and cute accessory needs. It’s not a large store but I found it impossible to leave without buying a notebook.

There is also a great bookstore on the fourth floor called Kinokuniya where you can spend hours getting lost and browsing.

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

On the top floor, you can find the Petrosains Science Discovery Centre. It’s a great place to visit especially if you have younger kids. There are many differently themed exhibits and hands-on experiments, which can keep them busy for hours. Tickets cost RM 29.70 (≈ 6,30€) for adults and RM 17.50 (≈ 3,70€) for kids (tourist prices). Note that the centre is closed on Mondays. Find the opening times and more information on their  website .

There is also a cinema within Suria Shopping Centre as well as an Art Gallery on the third floor (also closed on Mondays). Entrance to the gallery is free of charge.

As mentioned before many shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur offer special benefits and discounts to tourists. All you need to do is take your foreign passport to a concierge desk to receive an exclusive list of reductions on a wide range of stores within the mall. Most require you to spend a specific amount after which you will receive a discount. Check out  this link  for details.

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2. AVENUE K – SURIA’S DOWN-TO-EARTH NEIGHBOUR

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Avenue K is located opposite Suria Shopping Centre, only a 2-minute walk away. Just like Suria, it is easily accessible via the Kelana Jaya LRT line (red and number five on public transport maps) as well as the green GoKL bus line. The mall is directly connected to the KLCC LRT line through an underground entrance.

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WHY SHOULD YOU GO TO AVENUE K?

Avenue K is a smaller, less fancy mall that offers more budget-friendly shopping. There’s an H&M, a Sephora and some other name brands. as well as a few Japanese stores. They sell just about anything you never knew you needed. Definitely worth strolling through and being amazed by all the options.

There are also not two but three My Gadget stores next to each other. For what reason, I do not know but they all appear to sell almost identical things. It’s mostly tech accessories such as phone cables, cases, and headphones. If you need anything phone or electronic device-related such as glass screen protectors, adapters or cables you will definitely find what you are looking for here.

Other than that there are some lesser–known brands, most of them clothing stores. There is a Digi store on the bottom floor where you can buy sim cards so if you are staying somewhere close this should be one of your first stops. There is also a great grocery store called the Village Grocer on the bottom floor. They always have a pretty good selection of fruits and vegetables compared to other grocery stores in the area.

Avenue K may not be the most extraordinary shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur but it should not be forgotten. Suria can be overwhelming and expensive and Avenue K gives you the option to escape the crowds. If you have time why not come and spend some time browsing?

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Avenue K includes an escape room called Breakout as well as a 40,000 square foot indoor activity park called SuperPark. It opened in December 2018 and is mostly designed for kids. There are activities such as climbing, trampolines and a skate park. Tickets are between RM 45 (≈ 9,60€) and RM 70 (≈ 15€) depending on how long you stay. Find more details about SuperPark  here .

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THE LAYOUT OF THE SHOPPING MALL

I want to note that the layout of the mall can be slightly confusing in my opinion. The top four floors are straightforward in a traditional shopping mall fashion. They have the large hole in the middle and balconies at the sides leading to the stores.

But the bottom four floors do not follow the same layout and are confusingly named Concourse, Upper Concourse, M and G.

On the Concourse and Upper Concourse levels, you will find a decent selection of small restaurants. Unfortunately, there is no food court. I can definitely recommend the Noodle Shack, which serves a variety of Chinese noodle dishes.

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3. PAVILION – KUALA LUMPUR’S SHOPPING MALL GIANT

How to get to Pavilion Shopping Mall

Pavilion is located in the middle of Bukit Bintang which is the main shopping and nightlife area of Kuala Lumpur. You can easily reach it by taking the MRT line Sungai Buloh – Kajang (dark green, line 9) to Bukit Bintang station. Alternatively, you can also take the Monorail (light green, line 8). It’s about a 5-minute walk to Pavilion from there.

Alternatively, the green, blue and purple GoKL bus lines all stop right in front of Pavilion. You can either get out at the Pavilion or the Starhill Gallery stop.

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WHY IS PAVILION WORTH THE VISIT?

Pavilion is the mall of all malls. It houses over 550 stores and an impressive food court. If you only visit one shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur I would suggest making it Pavilion. Since you will most likely be visiting Bukit Bintang anyway on your trip to Kuala Lumpur, I definitely recommend strolling through Pavilion while you are there.

The mall offers a good mixture of high-end brands and mid-budget stores. It focuses mostly on clothing, shoes and accessories but also cosmetics and skincare. Since the selection is so large you can find just about anything here.

There is a cinema as well as an incredibly large Parkson Elite department store that spans over four different floors. Click  here  for a full list of shops in Pavilion. At Pavilion’s top levels you can find more upscale restaurants as well as the so-called Beauty Hall. Here you’ll be provided with a good selection of nail and hair salons as well as spa treatments. All of them are, of course, quite expensive.

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TOKIO STREET, THE CRYSTAL FOUNTAIN AND PAVILION ELITE

Towards the far end of the top floor of Pavilion is Tokyo Street; a seemingly different world within the mall. The walls and storefronts are made out of light wood and the walkways are narrow, creating a sort of street-like feeling. Here all the stores are Japanese and range from small market-style stores selling knick-knacks, electronic accessories and cheap toys to lesser-known brand stores offering stylish clothing. All in Japanese fashion of course.

There are also some odd food shops and nail and hair salons. If you go to Pavilion you should definitely walk through Tokyo Street.

In front of Pavilion’s main exit is the famous Pavilion Crystal Fountain which is always crowded with tourists taking pictures. The Bloom of Hibiscus is Malaysia’s national flower and its three levels represent how different cultures and religions live side by side in harmony here.

Recently a new wing of Pavilion opened called Pavilion Elite. This is a small, semi-open–air area that is still in development. It is connected to Pavilion via walkways.

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FOOD REPUBLIC

One of Pavilion’s most famous features is the large and popular food court on the bottom level. Here you can find restaurants and stalls of almost every variety ranging from Asian cuisine, Western options as well as vegetarian and many desserts. There are multiple bakeries where you can mix and match different pastries and bread.

This food court is one of my top three favourites in any shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur and it’s definitely the largest. It’s still relatively cheap considering the fact that it’s located in Bukit Bintang and the variety is just so large.

You will definitely find something you like here.

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Just like Suria, Pavilion is one of the shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur that offer tourist rewards cards. You can get yours at the concierge desk on Level 3 when you present your foreign passport. This gives you access to exclusive discounts and deals. Find out a list of participating shops  here .

4. LOT 10 SHOPPING CENTRE – YOUNG, HIP AND JAPANESE

Lot 10 is right around the corner from Pavilion, only about 3 minutes away. You can walk under a covered walkway for most of the way, which means you can get there pretty comfortably, even if it’s raining.

Just like Pavilion you can reach Lot 10 by taking the MRT line Sungai Buloh – Kajang (dark green, line 9) to Bukit Bintang station. Alternatively, you can also take the Monorail (light green, line 8). Bukit Bintang station is directly connected to Lot 10 so no need to go outside. The Bukit Bintang bus stop is only about 200m away. The green, purple and blue GoKL bus lines all stop here.

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WHAT TO EXPECT AT LOT 10

Lot 10 is the young and hip mall in KL. You will mostly see people in their early twenties here. The mall has a large Japanese influence as you’ll be able to tell by the many Japanese-style stores. Other than that you’ll be able to find quite a few sports stores selling clothing, accessories and equipment. There is also a large indoor basketball court in the middle of the mall.

Amongst other clothing stores, there is an H&M, a Zara and other smaller stores. It’s definitely not a large mall.

There are a few vacant stores that have been turned into what I can only describe as Instagram rooms. They’re decorated rooms with seating areas that are ideal for taking pictures. Some even have TVs so you can take a quick break from shopping if you’re feeling tired.

Click  here  for a complete list of shops in Lot 10.

If you’re looking for the perfect Instagram inspiration for your Malaysia trip you’ll love these caption ideas .

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J’S GATE DINING

Everyone always talks about Lot 10 because of its phenomenal food court. Yet when you go to the top floor of the mall all you will be able to find are Japanese restaurants. They are called J’s Gate Dining and describe themselves as ‘The Biggest Japanese Foodhall’.

This is a great option if you like Japanese food but it’s definitely not a cheap food court. The restaurants are mid-price and there isn’t a great variety to choose from since they’re all Japanese.

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What some people do not know is that Lot 10’s actual food court is located on the bottom floor of the mall and can be tricky to find. It’s called Houtong and offers high-quality street food style cuisine.

You can access Houtong either from the mall itself if you take the escalators down to the bottom floor or from the outside. If you walk out of the main exit of the mall and go left for around 100m you’ll see a large sign pointing you to the side entrance of the Houtong food court.

Even if you do not plan to eat here you should definitely walk through the food court just for the experience. The whole thing is underground with open pipes on the ceiling giving it an all–over secret basement feeling. The place is almost always packed and navigating the tight paths in between chairs and tables can be tricky. There are food stalls everywhere serving all types of Asian food, mostly cooked right in front of you. It’s loud and cramped but so different from any other food court I’ve been to in Malaysia. The food is cheap and very good.

Closer to the escalators leading up into Lot 10 there is an artisanal Japanese food store whose layout seems to flow seamlessly into the chairs and tables of the food court. It’s interesting to walk through and look at all the many types of flour you can make out of different vegetables.

Houtong is probably Bukit Bintangs worst kept secret but it’s still fascinating how many people fail at finding this secret basement food court. Find out more about its heritage and story  here .

Looking for more secretly cheap places to eat in and around KLCC? Check out  this post .

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5. SUNGEI WANG PLAZA – A CHAOTIC AND AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE

Sungei Wang Plaza is located in Bukit Bintang, directly opposite Lot 10. From the second floor of Lot 10, you can access a walkway that leads you above the busy street either to Bukit Bintang LRT station or directly into Sungei Wang Plaza. All without stepping a foot outside.

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WHAT IS SUNGEI WANG PLAZA LIKE COMPARED TO OTHER SHOPPING MALLS IN KUALA LUMPUR

Sungei Wang Plaza is probably the polar opposite of Lot 10 or really any of the malls on this list. It’s a decently large mall with small corridors and a labyrinth-like structure that can leave you confused and disoriented. This mall is largely undiscovered by tourists due to its lack of brand stores and slightly manky and rundown feel. It definitely reminds me of an indoor market as you would find it in large Chinese cities.

The stores are mostly unmarked and sell everything from clothes to accessories, toys, electronics, and snacks. You will find fakes of popular brands being sold for a fraction of the price than in the high-end shops across the street in Pavilion. Definitely try to haggle if you want to buy something here.

Sungei Wang Plaza is one of the shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur that you should visit just for the experience. Since it’s so easy to reach I would definitely make a small detour to this less touristy spot. Find a complete list of shops in the mall  here .

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On the bottom floors of Sungei Wang Plaza, there are a variety of fast-food chain restaurants. If you venture deeper the mall you will find some smaller more authentic restaurants but they are scattered.

There is no real food court, unfortunately. I would not recommend coming to this shopping mall just for the food as there are far better options close by.

Despite its mostly local crowd, Sungei Wang Plaza does have a tourist privilege card for some exclusive discounts. Pick yours up at the customer service counter on the Concourse floor. Just show your foreign passport to verify that you are a tourist. Find out more details  here .

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6. PLAZA LOW YAT – KUALA LUMPUR’S ONE-STOP-SHOP FOR ALL THINGS TECHNOLOGY

Plaza Low Yat is located in the heart of Bukit Bintang only about a 3-minute walk from Sungei Wang Plaza and Lot 10. You can easily reach it by taking the MRT line Sungai Buloh – Kajang (dark green, line 9) to Bukit Bintang station. Alternatively, you can also take the Monorail (light green, line 8) to Imbi station. I would say Imbi station is slightly closer.

The green, purple and blue GoKL bus lines also stop close by.

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WHY SHOULD YOU GO TO PLAZA LOW YAT?

Low Yat is a mall where you can exclusively buy electronics. Nothing else.

Well, except for that one random travel luggage store on the bottom floor. But that’s it.

You’ll find a strange combination of name brand stores such as Oppo, Dell or DJI and then hundreds of tiny hole-in-the-wall stores selling everything from printer accessories, camera stuff to gaming gear and computers.

This is the place to go if you want to have your phone screen fixed, are looking to buy an extra SD card or want a new phone altogether. You’ll find it all here.

The vendors are very pushy and loud as they try to get your attention when you walk past. As always ignore them if you do not plan to buy something and be aware that as soon as you show your interest in an item it will be hard to leave again. Haggling is definitely in order here.

I’ve bought SD cards and a tripod from here and both have turned out to be good quality so far but I would not guarantee this for all items. Most of the stores are unmarked and sell just about anything which means you have no way of telling if you are buying a fake or second-hand product.

The prices are reasonable so this is fine if you just don’t expect too much from the items you buy here. Make sure you don’t overpay so you won’t be disappointed should something break.

The whole mall is quite noisy with shouting vendors and loud music coming from the stores who are trying to prove how great their loudspeakers are. Definitely not the place to spend a relaxed afternoon.

Click  here  for some more information on Plaza Low Yat as well as a list of stores.

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FOOD OPTIONS AT PLAZA LOW YAT

There are a few fast food options on the ground floor if you get hungry but there is no real food court. I would recommend not eating at Plaza Low Yat directly but rather somewhere close by.

One of Low Yat’s main exits leads directly onto BB Park. During the day this area is very quiet and deserted but at night it comes alive as one of Bukit Bintang’s big nightlife streets with live music, bars, and late-night food. Definitely worth a visit and stroll through if you’re there.

A few streets further is Jalan Alor the main night market food street in Bukit Bintang. Make sure to grab a bite here for some authentic seafood.

Although both BB Park, as well as Jalan Alor, are definitely evening destinations there are still many restaurants open during lunch where you can get food should you get hungry after shopping.

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7. BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE – KUALA LUMPUR’S INSANE SHOPPING MALL

Berjaya Times Square is located on the southern edge of Bukit Bintang, just a 3-minute walk from Plaza Low Yat. The best way to get there is taking the Monorail (light green, line 8) to Imbi station, which is right in front of the main entrance of the mall.

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WHY BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE KUALA LUMPUR’S WEIRDEST SHOPPING MALL

In my opinion, Berjaya Times Square cannot be called a shopping mall, it is more like its own small city. Listed as one of the world’s largest shopping malls it hosts over 1,000 stores on 320,000 m2.

The mall includes a hotel, a giant indoor theme park, an archery range, multiple cinemas, a bowling alley, a climbing wall, laser tag facilities, escape rooms, an arcade, a dry pool and ten floors of shopping. If you have kids with you (or really enjoy these activities) you could easily spend an entire day here without leaving the building. There is even a little train that takes you around the shopping mall.

The stores are all quite small and many are unnamed or from lesser-known brands. The only large international brands you will find here is a Levi’s and an Adidas store.

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FINDING YOUR WAY AROUND BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE

The mall is large and labyrinth-like with a confusing layout that can make you feel as though you just entered another world. The main entrance hall of the mall is quite impressive with its high ceilings and marble interior. There is a set of piano steps that play notes as you walk on them. Definitely great fun to play around with.

On the third floor, there is Tiny Taipeh, a Taiwanese section of the mall that only opened recently so many stores are still vacant. The shutters of these empty lots are beautifully painted and make for a great photo background. Tiny Taipeh is meant to imitate the famous Taiwanese night markets. You’ll find authentic food and beverages as well as some shops here.

Then there is a Central Park which is a cluster of tiny shops with very narrow corridors, all covered in fake greenery and grass. It feels as if you are in a small jungle. Many of these stores do not have changing rooms so picking out clothes can be a struggle.

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ONE OF THE MOST VERSATILE SHOPPING MALLS IN KUALA LUMPUR

You can find just about anything in Berjaya Times Square: electronics, cheap no-name clothing, fakes of popular brands, hairdressers, nail salons, laundry services, vape shops, luggage, handbags, jewellery, toys, you will find it all.

I highly suggest you come here just to walk around and experience the strange atmosphere of this mall. One minute you are in a busy section full of cool stores and busy shoppers and the next you will find yourself in a weirdly empty and bizarre part of the mall making you think you just fell into another dimension.

Many of the stores are vacant and passageways seem to lead into nowhere. Even though Berjaya Times Square can be one of the most crowded shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur you will always find a quiet spot here somewhere. I definitely recommend for you to go to Berjaya Times Square to marvel at this strange place, ride the rollercoasters (if you enjoy that sort of thing) and make use of the many indoor attractions. You can also just walk around for an hour, have some food or so and then leave again. I would probably suggest the latter but you wouldn’t want to miss this one.

BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE THEME PARK

The giant indoor theme park alone is a reason to go to Berjaya Times Square. I have never seen anything like this monstrosity before. I cannot decide whether it’s my worst nightmare or insanely fascinating.

The rollercoasters seem to wrap around and entangle with each other as they go above your head, dip low to the ground and then disappear high up to the ceiling of the mall again. Admission to the theme park is RM 70 (≈ 15€) for adults and RM 65 (≈ 14€) for children (tourist prices). Find out more  here .

Berjaya Times Square has a great food court named Taste of Asia. It is located in the west wing on the ground floor.

You’ll find a good selection of Asian cuisine here for very little money. Around the mall, there are more traditional as well as fast-food restaurants

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8. BANGSAR VILLAGE AND BANGSAR VILLAGE 2 – ARTISENAL PRODUCTS AND BOUTIQUES

Bangsar and Bangsar Village 2 are located in the popular district Bangsar, which is south-west of KLCC. In this area, you can find a good selection of restaurants, cafes, and bars. On the weekends this is a good place to experience the local nightlife.

Bangsar can be a bit tricky to reach. You can take the red LRT line to Bangsar station but it is about a 20-minute walk from the stop to the shopping mall. Alternatively, you can take a Grab or taxi.

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BANGSAR VILLAGE

The two shopping malls are interconnected via a short walkway and can, therefore, be considered as one in my opinion. Bangsar Village is the older and smaller of the two malls. It has a large open centre where dance shows or performances are sometimes held.

The mall itself is pretty small with only around 30 stores and two floors. There are some scattered clothing stores and eateries as well as two large grocery stores on the bottom floor.

It is definitely not a mall that should be on the top of your list to visit. If you are visiting Bangsar anyway you can stroll through here but I wouldn’t go out of my way.

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BANGSAR VILLAGE 2

Bangsar Village 2 is the complete opposite of its older and smaller sister. It’s shiny and new with some more expensive stores such as Swarovski or Ted Baker on the bottom floors. The further you go up however the more the stores will turn into artisanal shops, spas, nail salons, a Hamam and smaller boutiques.

Once on the top floor, most stores are not stores at all but daycare centres, child therapy, osteopathy offices, and similar things. Most are children-themed. It is a strange contrast to the clothing and jewellery stores on the bottom floors. Check out  their website  for a complete list of shops in both Bangsar Village and Bangsar Village 2.

I would suggest you visit Bangsar Village 2 if you are interested in artisanal products, especially decorative articles, clothing as well as skin-, and haircare or spa treatments.

If these things do not intrigue you and you aren’t going to Bangsar anyway then definitely do not make it a priority to visit Bangsar Village 2. In my opinion, there are better malls in Kuala Lumpur. It does, however, fit the general hipster vibe in Bangsar with its Yoga studios, brunch places, and cute stores. A suburban mom’s paradise.

In the shopping malls themselves, you will only find a Nando’s and a few small cafes. If you’re looking for a place to eat I think it’s better to walk around Bangsar. You’ll find a wide variety of restaurants here, mostly Indian.

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9. NU SENTRAL – CENTRAL STATION’S SHOPPING MALL GIANT

Nu Sentral is directly connected to the large KL Sentral Station, the main hub for public transport in Kuala Lumpur. You can get there via almost every public transport line available including the LRT (5), KLIA (transit and express), KTM (1 and 2), MRT (9) and Monorail.

The red GoKL bus line also stops here.

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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM NU SENTRAL

Nu Sentral has mainly name brand stores, with medium to high prices. There is a Victoria’s Secret, H&M and a good selection of clothing stores as well as a large Parkson department store. You’ll also find a wide variety of beauty parlours and hairdressers here. Click  here   for a complete list of stores.

The architecture of this mall is quite interesting white large inverted skylights hanging from the ceiling at various heights.

This is not a mall I would go out of my way to visit as it is quite average. However, if you are in Kuala Lumpur Sentral station anyway this is one of the shopping malls that is worth stopping by for some lunch or a quick shopping fix.

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On the bottom floor of Nu Sentral, there is a large supermarket and a fruit store selling fruit and vegetables, fresh juices and pre-cut and packaged fruits. Upstairs you can find a good selection of smaller restaurants although there is no designated food court. The prices are reasonable but not extremely cheap.

I would recommend eating here if you have to catch a train from KL Sentral especially if you’re about to head to the airport. Or maybe you’re on your way back from the  Batu Caves  and want to get something quick to eat. Nu Sentral is perfect for that.

There are more quick snack options such as a to-go pizza place and multiple bakeries in the passageway leading back into KL Sentral Station.

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10. THE INTERMARK – A FOODCOURT DREAM

The Intermark is located about a 15 minutes walk north-east of KLCC Park. It is easily reachable via Kelana Jaya LRT line (red and number five on public transport maps) which stops at Ampang Park Station. A roofed walkway leads directly into the shopping mall so no need to get wet if it is raining. 

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WHY IS THE INTERMARK ON THIS LIST OF THE BEST SHOPPING MALLS IN KUALA LUMPUR?

The Intermark does not have a large selection of stores. It has a Sports Direct, a few convenience stores, a large supermarket, a print shop, some odd eyewear and designer furniture stores and a dry cleaner. That’s pretty much it. There is also a hotel and several office buildings connected to the mall.

On the top floors of the mall, there are multiple fitness studios as well as a walk-in clinic that is usually pretty quiet.

I would definitely not go here for shopping. The real reason why the Intermark is on this list is its amazing food court.

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THE FOOD COURT

You can find the food court on the bottom floor of the building. It is separated into a halal and non-halal section. The halal section is far larger and gives you a good selection of Asian cuisine (including Japanese and Indian).

The non-halal side is slightly smaller with some Chinese and Western options. Around the food court and on the levels above you will find a decent selection of restaurants. These are definitely more midpriced but the food court is really cheap if you’re on a budget. If you’re smart about what you order you can get a meal at Farmhouse Kitchen for RM7 (≈ 1,50€). They always have a rotating buffet where you can mix and match your dishes. They usually offer a good variety of vegetarian options.

I can also recommend Dodo Korean, which has great meal sets on their menu.

In the non-halal section, Har Jeh Noodle House is by far my favourite. They have great soups and noodle dishes. The pumpkin pan mee noodles are especially good. There is also a bakery in the centre of the bottom floor where you can grab a quick snack.

Since the mall is connected to multiple office towers the food court will be very busy at lunchtime during the week and nearly deserted on the weekends. Plan your visit wisely if you want to get a seat. Go to the Intermark if you’re on a budget and looking for a good meal. There are definitely better shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur if you’re looking to shop.

Keep this mall in mind if you’re struggling to find something to eat in the KLCC area and want to try something new. I promise you won’t regret it.

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This is yet another mall that offers tourist privileges. Just present your foreign passport at the customer service desk on the ground floor to receive your tourist privilege card.

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11. THE LINC – MODERN DESIGN AT A HIP NEW LOCATION

The Linc is located right across the street from the Intermark. It is easily reachable via Kelana Jaya LRT line (red and number five on public transport maps) which stops at Ampang Park Station. You can recognize it by its colourful exterior and modern look.

The Linc is one of the more unique shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur. It only opened early this year so everything is brand new and not too crowded yet. The building is not very large and was built with nature in mind by integrating the trees into the mall rather than chopping them down.

Inside you will mainly find nicer restaurants and artisanal stores. There is also a grocery store, a zero-waste shop, a dry cleaner, a gym, a horror-themed role play experience, as well as a small art gallery.

There are still quite a few vacant lots that are slowly being filled. The entire place is very instagramable. The design is sort of industrial and minimalist and everything is hipster and modern. There is a giant tree in the centre of the building with a walkway around it that is amazing for taking pictures.

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The restaurants are all a bit more expensive but you’ll be able to find a decently priced (RM15 ≈ 3,20€) meal. It’s quite strange but there is an open restaurant within the supermarket as well as a few dessert and breakfast bowl stations where you can fulfil all your Instagram-food needs. It’s surprisingly okay price-wise. Definitely not the cheapest but it could be worse. And the food is really good.

Go to The Linc if you want to take pictures at some new spots that aren’t the typical Petronas Towers and Batu Caves. Similar to Bangsar Village 2 it’s also a great spot for artisanal shopping although the Linc is a lot smaller.

They hold a variety of workshops, yoga, art and calligraphy classes during the week. Check the schedules  he r e . On Sundays, the Linc hosts a market to support local entrepreneurs. If you’re in the KLCC area why not stop by?

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SHOPPING MALLS IN KUALA LUMPUR THAT DID NOT MAKE THIS LIST

For this post, I tried to focus on shopping malls that are close to KLCC (with the exception of Bangsar Village and Nu Sentral). So malls like 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Sunway Velocity Mall, MYTOWN Shopping Centre, the Gardens Mall, Mid Valley Megamall, Sunway Pyramid and Sunway Putra Mall did not make the cut.

They do get an honourable mention though and should you have more time in KL and are really into shopping you should definitely check them out.

Then there are malls like Fahrenheit 88 and Starhill Gallery who are also located in Bukit Bintang, very close to Pavilion. I did not include them in this list because frankly, I did not like them very much.

Starhill Gallery is very exclusive and expensive. It looks shiny and glamorous but it felt a bit too upscale for me and honestly a bit boring. It’s not worth the visit in my opinion.

Fahrenheit 88 is a small mall with not a lot of stores. It has an impressive skylight which is cool for taking pictures but that’s about it. There are far better malls in KL.

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MY FINAL RATING

If you don’t have a lot of time in Kuala Lumpur I would say you should visit Pavilion, Berjaya Times Square and Low Yat. Maybe Lot 10 for the Houtong food court and Suria if you’re at KLCC Park anyway.

In the end, it’s up to you if you want to go shopping or just look around.

No idea how to plan your itinerary for KL? Check out these  19 things to do in the city and 6 you should skip.

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除了可以使用您的银联卡在吉隆坡柏威年广场尽情购物以外,也可在本地超过9成的提款机提款以及在特定商家享有特别优惠。

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  • Enjoy complimentary lounge access with your UnionPay card 持银联卡免费进入贵宾厅
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只需打开您的移动装置(手机、平板电脑等)上的支付宝,并扫描特定商家的二维码即可体验无现金付款的乐趣。

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Shoppers can complete payments quickly and conveniently with their smartphones using the WeChat app. WeChat has Quick Pay and QR Code Payments for shoppers to make purchases in Pavilion KL. Use WeChat Pay now while you shop in Pavilion KL.

您现可在吉隆坡柏威年广场内的特定商家使用微信支付付款。只需为您的电子钱包充值,扫一扫店家的二维码后即可付款。

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Enjoy a great shopping experience with your Visa or Mastercard credit card. It can also be used to withdraw cash in Ringgit at 90% of local ATMs, including the ATMs of Maybank, Hong Leong Bank, Public Bank, RHB Bank, CIMB Bank, Bank Rakyat, Affin Bank and HSBC Bank in the mall. To make a purchase, simply tap your card at the cashier’s terminal and key in your PIN.

除了可以使用您的Visa 或 Mastercard 信用卡在吉隆坡柏威年广场尽情购物以外,也可在本地超过9成的提款机提款以及在特定商家享有特别优惠。要进行购买,只需在收银台刷卡并输入 PIN 码即可。

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When we first visited Fahrenheit88 we had to get used to the layout of the mall. If you enter through the main entrance you will walk to the main center of the mall. From there you will use the elevators to get to the higher floors. The mall is quite deep but the design makes it look like a rather small shopping mall at first. To us this was a bit confusing, though the overall design is very nice. Noteworthy shops and restaurants at Fahrenheit88 are Epi Centre, Sushi Zanmai, Charles & Keith, Rip Curl, Midori Japanese Steamboat & Buffet.

Fahrenheit88 Shopping Mall 1

In front of the main entrance of Fahrenheit88 there is a nice coffee place; O'Coffee Club (originating from Singapore). Before the mall was opened to public we read stories that Pavilion Group (owner of both Pavilion KL and Fahrenheit88) was planning to build an underpass between both malls. When the nice building where O'Coffee is located was built; we thought this would be then entrance of the underpass. There are still plans to create an actual underpass, directly between the lower floors of both malls. It is unclear when this will be built.

Fahrenheit88 Shopping Mall 2

If you are staying in the city center you can easily walk to Fahrenheit88 as it is located ideally in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It is located nearby popular malls Pavilion KL , Starhill Gallery , Lot10 , Sungei Wang , BB Plaza and Plaza Low Yat . LRT (Light Rail Transit) station Bukit Bintang is only a short walk away, so visitors can use the monorail to get to this mall.

Opening hours : Fahrenheit88 is opened daily between 10am and 10pm (F&B outlets until midnight).

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LRT to KLCC? Here Is Your Guide to LRT Routes Leading to KLCC

Kuala Lumpur, or KL is a famous capital city of Malaysia, and it that become a must-visit destination for tourists across Southeast Asia. Famous for its Petronas Twin Towers, busy markets, and delicious street food, Kuala Lumpur has become a favorite place for holiday or business travelers.

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Traveling around KL can be quite challenging because of its heavy traffic. That’s where the Light Rail Transit (LRT) system comes into play. It's a lifesaver for anyone trying to get around the city efficiently. With multiple lines crisscrossing the city, the LRT makes it easy to visit top spots like the shopping places like Bukit Bintang, the historic Merdeka Square, and KLCC Park.

So, when you're in KL, make sure to take advantage of the LRT. Make sure you have a hassle-free journey and efficient mobility during your trip. Plus, it's a great way to feel like a local!

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About The Light Rail Transit (LRT)

The Light Rail Transit (LRT) system in Kuala Lumpur is an important component of the city's public transportation network. Because it offers a convenient and efficient way for residents and visitors to travel around the city. Consisting of several interconnected lines, the LRT primarily operates on elevated tracks, allowing for smooth and uninterrupted travel through Kuala Lumpur's busy streets. Each train is equipped with modern amenities, including air conditioning, spacious seating, and designated areas for passengers with special needs. The system utilizes a contactless fare payment system, making ticketing quick and hassle-free.

LRT stations are strategically located throughout the city, providing easy access to key destinations such as shopping centers, business districts, and tourist attractions. Transfers between different lines are seamless which mallowscommuters to reach their desired destinations with minimal delays. Additionally, the LRT integrates seamlessly with other modes of public transportation including buses and commuter trains. It enhances connectivity and accessibility within Kuala Lumpur.

Operated by Rapid Rail, a subsidiary of Prasarana Malaysia Berhad, the LRT system maintains a high level of reliability and safety, with regular maintenance and safety protocols in place. With its extensive coverage and user-friendly features, the LRT plays a crucial role in easing traffic jams, reducing carbon emissions, and promoting sustainable mobility in Kuala Lumpur.

Route to KLCC

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Navigating Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), home to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and a plethora of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, is made convenient with the city's Light Rail Transit (LRT) system. Here's a detailed guide on the various LRT routes and stations that lead to KLCC:

1. Sri Petaling Line (LRT Line 5)

- Route: The Sri Petaling Line runs from Sentul Timur in the north to Putra Heights in the south, passing through various neighborhoods and key destinations.

- Stations: KLCC Station is located directly beneath the KLCC complex, this station provides direct access to Suria KLCC Mall, Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC Park, and the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

2. Kelana Jaya Line (LRT Line 6)

- Route: The Kelana Jaya Line stretches from Gombak in the north to Putra Heights in the south, passing through bustling areas and suburban neighborhoods.

- Stations: KLCC Station is located adjacent to the KLCC Park, this station offers easy access to Suria KLCC Mall, Petronas Twin Towers, and the surrounding attractions.

3. Ampang Line (LRT Line 3)

- Route: The Ampang Line connects Sentul Timur in the northwest to Sri Petaling in the southeast, traversing both urban and suburban areas.

- Stations: KLCC Station which is located within walking distance of KLCC, making it a convenient gateway to the iconic landmarks and attractions in the vicinity.

To reach KLCC via the LRT:

Convenience and Accessibility

The LRT system in Kuala Lumpur is known for its reliability, with trains operating according to a fixed schedule throughout the day. This reliability gives commuters peace of mind, knowing that they can depend on the LRT to get them to their destination on time, whether it's for work, leisure, or exploring KLCC's attractions.

One of the major advantages of the LRT system is its high frequency of service, especially during peak hours. Trains run at regular intervals, ensuring minimal waiting time for passengers. This frequent service is particularly beneficial for travelers heading to KLCC, as they can hop on a train without having to worry about long waits, allowing them to make the most of their time in the city center.

KLCC is well-connected to the LRT network, with dedicated stations conveniently located within walking distance of the iconic landmarks and attractions in the area. Both the Sri Petaling Line and the Kelana Jaya Line have stations directly serving KLCC, making it incredibly easy for passengers to disembark and begin exploring the surroundings immediately. Additionally, the stations are equipped with useful amenities such as elevators, escalators, and tactile paving, ensuring accessibility for passengers of all abilities.

Tips for Using the LRT

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Here are some practical tips and advice for travelers on how to use the LRT effectively:

By following these tips, travelers can navigate the LRT system in Kuala Lumpur smoothly and enjoy a hassle-free journey to their desired destinations.

List of LRT Stations

Here's a list of LRT stations that provide direct or convenient access to Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), along with their features and nearby attractions:

1. KLCC Station

- Features: This station is located directly beneath the KLCC complex, offering convenient access to Suria KLCC Mall, Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC Park, and the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

- Nearby Attractions: Petronas Twin Towers, Suria KLCC Mall, KLCC Park, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Aquaria KLCC.

2. Ampang Park Station

- Features: Situated within walking distance of KLCC, this station is equipped with basic facilities such as escalators, lifts, and ticket vending machines.

- Nearby Attractions: Ampang Park Shopping Centre, Avenue K Shopping Mall, KLCC Park.

3. KL Sentral Station (Interchange with KL Monorail)

- Features: KL Sentral is a major transportation hub with various facilities including restaurants, shopping outlets, and airport check-in services.

- Nearby Attractions: Nu Sentral Mall, Little India Brickfields, National Museum of Malaysia.

4. Hang Tuah Station (Interchange with Monorail)

- Features: This station offers an interchange with the KL Monorail, providing connectivity to other parts of the city.

- Nearby Attractions: Berjaya Times Square, Bukit Bintang shopping district, Low Yat Plaza (electronics mall).

5. Masjid Jamek Station (Interchange with Kelana Jaya Line)

- Features: Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, this station offers an interchange with the Kelana Jaya Line, enhancing connectivity.

- Nearby Attractions: Jamek Mosque, Central Market, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Merdeka Square.

Experience traveling around Kuala Lumpur easily by taking LRT. With the city's efficient and convenient Light Rail Transit (LRT) system at your fingertips, exploring Kuala Lumpur's iconic attractions, including the majestic KLCC, has never been easier.

Let the LRT be your guide as you travel to KLCC, home to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, where you'll be greeted by the the city skyline. Explore the busy Suria KLCC Mall, enjoy delectable cuisines at world-class restaurants, or simply take a leisurely stroll through the lush greenery of KLCC Park.

With the LRT system offering seamless connectivity to Kuala Lumpur's iconic landscape, there's no limit to the adventures that await. So, pack your curiosity, hop on board, and let the LRT whisk you away on an unforgettable journey through the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Also read: Getting Around Langkawi, Malaysia

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SURIA REWARDS

1 November – 17 November 2019 (17 Days)

“Suria Rewards”

Spend RM10,000 in a single receipt to receive a fine dining experience for 2 at the iconic Malaysian Petroleum Club and other exclusive surprises.

Terms and conditions apply. While stocks last.

  • Redemption must be made on the same day of purchase by the shopper. Tenants are strictly not allowed to redeem.
  • Limited to one (1) redemption per shopper per day, while stocks last.
  • Only applicable for original receipts from purchases made at specialty outlets in Suria KLCC.
  • Suria KLCC reserves the right to request for shoppers’ details and demand for proof of purchase for verification purpose.
  • Promotion period: 1 November – 17 November 2019 (17 Days)
  • Tourist Privilege Card cardholders may redeem either the Suria Rewards redemption gift OR the Tourist Privilege Card gift, instead of both.
  • Only applicable for purchases made at specialty outlets.

Excluding Isetan, Marks & Spencer, Cold Storage, TGV, Petrosains, Twin Towers Medical Centre, money changers, banks, insurance services, internet services, mobile phone services, travel agencies and POS Malaysia.

  • Limited to only one (1) redemption per shopper, per day and one (1) contest entry per redemption. While stocks last.
  • Redemption must be made on the same day of purchase.
  • A single purchase cannot be split into multiple receipts and cash memos are not allowed.
  • Receipts stamped ‘Redeemed’ or ‘Duplicate’ are not valid for redemption.
  • Each redemption must be made by the shopper and original receipts are to be presented.
  • Suria KLCC reserves the right to demand for proof of purchase for verification purpose.
  • Tenants are strictly not allowed to redeem.
  • Vouchers redeemed from Suria Rewards are strictly non-resalable, non-transferable and non-exchangeable for cash.
  • If the total receipt exceeds the sum of the value on the voucher, the difference is to be paid by the bearer.
  • No change will be given should the total receipt be less than the sum of the value on the voucher.
  • Suria KLCC reserves the right to request for shopper’s details.
  • Suria KLCC will not be responsible for the loss or the damage of the redemption letter and voucher.
  • Suria KLCC reserves the right to change the information, gift and details of offer without prior notice.

Malaysian Petroleum Club Letter – Terms & Conditions

  • The bearer of this letter is entitled to redeem a 3-course meal for 2 at the Dulang Suite of the Malaysian Petroleum Club worth RM300 (Ringgit Malaysia only)
  • The bearer of this letter must present his / her IC / passport for validation purposes.
  • Reservation is to be made by the bearer of this letter, and the bearer of this letter must state his / her IC / passport and voucher serial number for validation purposes.
  • This letter is strictly non-resalable, non-transferable and non-exchangeable for cash or other items.
  • Only this original letter on Suria KLCC letterhead will be accepted for redemption and shall bear the signature(s) of authorized personnel from Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd – if the letter is devoid of the signature(s) of authorized personnel, damaged, defaced or torn, it shall be treated as null and void.
  • If the value of the total receipt exceeds the sum of RM300.00 nett, the difference is to be paid by the bearer.
  • Only one (1) letter can be used per customer, per visit. This letter is valid for one (1) redemption.
  • This letter is valid for redemption from 1st November 2019 – 22nd December 2019 only. No extension of validity date will be entertained.
  • Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd will not be responsible for the loss or damage of this redemption letter.
  • Suria KLCC reserves the right to change the information and details of offer without prior notice.

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    Our tourist privileges are tailored to provide personalised deals and discounts for international visitors. Tourist Reward Card Redeem your Tourist Reward Card at Fashion Avenue Concierge at Level 2 or Main Concierge, Level 3 to enjoy special offers, discounts, gifts and so much more from over 200 stores. * Terms &

  18. The Golden Ticket 2020

    Spend RM150 and above in 2 receipts at any specialty store to receive a RM5,000 Suria KLCC shopping voucher or a RM50 Isetan shopping voucher.* Weekend Bonus 2 lucky shoppers to receive a RM5,000 Suria KLCC shopping voucher each! ... Tourist Privilege Card cardholders may redeem either ONLY the campaign redemption gift OR the Tourist Privilege ...

  19. Suria KLCC Gift Cards and Gift Certificate

    Buy a gift for Suria KLCC. Treat your friends with a Giftly to Suria KLCC, located at Lot 241, Jalan P Ramlee Kuala Lumpur City Center in Kuala Lumpur, 14. With Giftly, you can purchase a Suria KLCC gift online and have it delivered instantly via email or text, print it yourself at home, or have it professionally printed and delivered by mail.

  20. Loyalty Program 2010

    Suria KLCC Tourist Card Campaign. Duration: 1 January 2009 to 31 December 2009. Program Mechanics: Customers have to show their international ID or Passport to Concierge at Concourse Level to redeem the Tourist Privilege Card (TPC). Every card issued has a one-week validation period upon redemption; Suria KLCC Concierge will stamp the expiry ...

  21. Terms & Conditions Hotel Guest Rewards

    Tourist Privilege Card cardholders may redeem either ONLY the campaign redemption gift OR the Tourist Privilege Card gift, not both. Only applicable for original receipts from purchases made at specialty outlets in Suria KLCC, excluding Isetan, Marks & Spencer, Cold Storage, TGV Cinemas, Petrosains, Twin Towers Medical Centre, money changers ...

  22. Fahrenheit88 shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    There was a big buzz around the famous Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo; as it was a first for Kuala Lumpur (nowadays you have numerous branches i.e. Suria KLCC, 1Utama). Tourists can get a special Tourist Privilege Card for extra discounts at the concierge counter on the ground floor. Bring along your passport to apply for this card.

  23. LRT to KLCC? Here Is Your Guide to LRT Routes Leading to KLCC

    Let the LRT be your guide as you travel to KLCC, home to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, where you'll be greeted by the the city skyline. Explore the busy Suria KLCC Mall, enjoy delectable cuisines at world-class restaurants, or simply take a leisurely stroll through the lush greenery of KLCC Park.

  24. Terms & Conditions Suria Rewards

    Suria KLCC reserves the right to request for shoppers' details and demand for proof of purchase for verification purpose. ... 1 November - 17 November 2019 (17 Days) Tourist Privilege Card cardholders may redeem either the Suria Rewards redemption gift OR the Tourist Privilege Card gift, instead of both. Only applicable for purchases made ...