Shopping Malls


Plaza Low Yat – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Low Yat Plaza, or commonly referred to as LYP, is an established commercial shopping centre specializing in electronics and IT products in Malaysia. As an IT related product shopping centre, Low Yat Plaza is the most well known and most established among competitors and is to Kuala Lumpur what Sim Lim Square and Funan is to Singapore.


Sungei Wang Plaza – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Sungei Wang Plaza is a popular shopping centre situated in the Bukit Bintang area of Kuala Lumpur. Sungei Wang Plaza was opened in 1977. Sungei Wang Plaza is accessible via monorail at the Imbi or Bukit Bintang monorail station.


CapSquare – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  CapSquare is a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Also commonly referred to as Capital Square, CapSquare is located along Jalan Munshi Abdullah, in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s midtown area and was developed by Bandar Raya Developments Berhad, a prominent Malaysian property developer.


Pavilion Kuala Lumpur – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a shopping mall situated along the Bukit Bintang district in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Opened on 20 September 2007, it consists of four major components; a retail mall, an office tower, two residential and a proposed hotel.


The Weld – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  The Weld is a boutique shopping mall located in Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has more than 35 specialty stores. The Weld is a shopping mall which has a net lettable area of 130000 square feet (or 12077.4 square metres). It also has 440 parking bays in three basement levels.


Berjaya Times Square KL – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Berjaya Times Square KL is a twin tower complex containing a shopping centre and two five star hotels located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Berjaya Times Square KL was opened in October 2003 by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad. Both towers are 203 metres (666 ft) tall, with 48 floors.


Mid Valley Megamall in Mid Valley City – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Mid Valley Megamall is a huge complex comprising shopping mall, office tower block, offices and hotels at Kuala Lumpur. It was opened in 1999 with Metrojaya, Jusco and Carrefour being the main anchor of Mid Valley. Mid Valley Megamall has 18 Screen Cinema and more than 400 shops in its vicinity.


Lot 10 – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Situated within central Kuala Lumpur’s hottest new shopping and entertainment district, Bintang Walk which features Kuala Lumpur’s very  own “Shibuya Crossing” with 12 million visitors a year. Conspicuous green giant with a “forest in the City” offering the city’s first rooftop brasserie at Teeq and Roots dance club.


Great Eastern Mall – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Great Eastern Mall is no ordinary shopping mall. In addition to placing emphasis on its tenant mix – ranging from provision of basic daily needs to servicing the tastes of discerning shoppers, it is also a fair ground of several exclusive brands. Situated amidst the embassy community, Great Eastern Mall is a neighbourhood mall offering value, quality and an excellent choice of shopping, dining and leisure. This premier shopping mall features 6 levels of retail podium and 5 levels of basement car park with 1,600 bays.


Central Market – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  The history of Central Market goes back to 1888 where the location it now stands was used as an open wet market. Later when the open market continued to expand, a permanent structure was built to house all vendors. By the 1930s, the permanent structure was further improvised to have the current façade which we can see today and hence on opened its doors to Kuala Lumpur’s growing population as a wet market. On the 15th April 1986, this building used to promote the Malaysian Culture through the sales of Malaysia Arts and Handicraft products.


Starhill Gallery – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  A pioneer in international luxury in Kuala Lumpur, Starhill Gallery is listed as one of "Asia's most beautiful shopping malls”. Starhill Gallery is immediately recognizable with its distinctive façade of avant-garde architecture, masterminded by a world-renowned architect and an international team of designers. Constructed using lightweight steel and state-of-the-art technology, it features sleek, angular stone and glass panels of glimmering liquid-like effect. 


ISETAN Retail Store in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur

  Isetan opened its first store in Kuala Lumpur at Lot 10 Shopping Complex in October 1990. Isetan opened it’s second branch in Suria KLCC on May 1998 and it’s third branch opened in the year 2007 in Garden’s Mid Valley. Isetan’s headquarters is in Shinjuku-Tokyo and Isetan’s history is over a century. Isetan is the leading corporate group in Japan’s retailing industry and it’s departmental stores are renowned domestically and internationally.


SOGO – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  SOGO KL is one of the oldest shopping complex in Kuala Lumpur prior to the famous Pyramid, One Utama and Pavillion. SOGO KL was established in 1994 and it is a popular place for people to shop back then and now. SOGO KL has very good promotions and offers which keeps it’s loyal customer coming back to them despite competition with other shopping complexes.


Suria KLCC – Shopping Complex in Kuala Lumpur

  Suria KLCC is a 1.5 million sp. feet (140,000 m²) shopping complex located at the base of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur City Centre. It is located on 6 floors, with anchor tenants Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village, Signatures Level 2 Food Court and Marks and Spencer. Suria is the native Malaysian word for Sunshine. It was opened on August 31, 1999.


Bangsar Shopping Complex – Shopping Complex in Bangsar

  First opened in the early '90s, Bangsar Shopping Centre has been a quiet fixture within the affluent Bangsar neighbourhood ever since. Though other malls have mushroomed along the nearby Jalan Telawi and made it the preferred choice for a more titillating shopping experience, BSC, with its international brands and nicely made-up boutiques, has always stayed the sensible one.


Bangsar Village II – Shopping Complex in Bangsar

  Bangsar Village II is a boutique shopping centre targeted at the discerning. Located a short drive away from the upper middle class neighbourhoods of PJ and KL, BVII brings together high style, quality and service in legendary Telawi Street. Designed primarily to fulfill fashion wants, BVII promises the fashionista a gateway to sizzling hot international couture.



One Utama – Shopping Complex in Damansara

  Spanning over 5 million sq ft and boasting 6 retail levels for your shopping pleasure, a day in 1 Utama is a day well spent. Browse through blue-chip department stores, speciality attractions and entertainment galore - a fine combination of over 650 trendy shops for an experience like no other. 1 Utama is also within walking distance to luxurious 5-star One World Hotel and high rise offices Plaza IBM, KPMG Tower and 1 First Avenue.


The Curve – Shopping Complex in Damansara

  The Curve is Malaysia’s first pedestrianised shopping mall. Anchored by world class retail establishment namely, IKEA Home Furnishing, IKANO Power Centre, e@Curve and Tesco Hypermarket which are all connected to the Curve via all-weather walkways. With a fabulous blend of food and retail outlets, the Curve is a one-stop shopping destination for the whole family.


Ikano Power Center (IPC) – Shopping Complex in Damansara

  At IPC, they have made the mall Elderly, Disabled, Kids and Pets Friendly. The mall is designed for all age groups of people and pets. At IPC, you can expect to have fun while you shop with your family with our festive and monthly themes.


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