Shopping in Kuala Lumpur - KLCC

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Suria Klcc Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - (603) - 2382 2828

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur - KLCC Reviews

Airportman Airportm…
230 reviews
Big shopping mall with everyting for him & her May 31, 2011
Kuala Lumpur have a lot of shopping malls and the Suria KLCC is really an almost glamorous and luxurious experience. You can spend several hours just going window shopping.

The mall is located in between the Petronas Towers so it's very convenient to combine it with a visit to these towers and/or a visit to the Aquaria KLCC, which is located only a few minutes by foot.

Karena and I walked through the mall for a while after we saw that the tickets to the Petronas Towers were sold out that day. I've been to other big malls across the world, but this one was really one of the nicest ones.

The mall seemed to house everything from fashion to electronics to lots of restaurants and cafés. Brands like Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Sony, Swatch, MacDonalds as well as Starbucks were present.
The Suria KLCC
Roof of the Suria KLCC
Map of the Suria KLCC
Map of the Suria KLCC
3 / 3 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
Airportman says:
Lucky you :)
Posted on: Sep 20, 2012
Hannah86 says:
It is just 5 mins from my place. Walking distance. :)
Posted on: Sep 20, 2012
Airportman says:
Oh yeah, that's a great view indeed! How far away is it?
Posted on: Sep 20, 2012
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alanis alanis
3 reviews
A great shopping place for tourists Jun 11, 2011
KLCC is a great shopping mall for tourists as it provides all the famous designers' shops and strategically located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. These shops include GAP, LV, Coach, Esprit, Guess, jut to name a few. Not only can we shop here, but also there are many great restaurants to dine. This is a must place to visit when you come to Kuala Lumpur!
1 / 1 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
memo24n7 memo24n7
3 reviews
tall building with alot of shops Apr 17, 2011
no one ever went to Malysia and never visited the KLCC where you can find alot of stuff to buy and maybe if you don't have hieght phobia you can go all the way to the top and see the twon from above.

the area is very nice and the people are so friendly and very helpful when you buy stuff

if you ever stepped a foot in KL you should really visit the KLCC
Liping87 Liping87
4 reviews
KLCC Mar 04, 2011
Beautiful place I call home! If you would like to have a tour on the connecting bridge on KLCC, you would have to wait in line at the ticketing counter as early as 630AM. I love the view from KLCC and don't forget to take a stroll in the KLCC park. If the day is hot, cool down by the water park and then.. walk into the mall - WET! Should be fun:)
chantelleindia chantell…
32 reviews
Hit the Mega Sale Carnival! Jul 25, 2010
Attention all you lovely ladies, the Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival is back! Now drop everything and dash off to Malaysia as the mega brand, mega bargain, mega exciting, mega sale carnival starts from 24th July to 16th September.

What’s the theme of the carnival? You will be happy to know that Malaysia is going the ‘Shop and Save’ way, an opportunity for you to cram your carts with major brands and latest introductions right from electronics to apparel, home décor to holiday packages, as well as entertainment activities all at fabulous prices.

I’m sure that this will be one of the most eagerly awaited events on your calendar. For it is here that you can get some of the best bargains, discounts, promotions and activities in association with leading shopping malls, department stores, retailers and even vendors from street markets and industry partners.

Y.A. Bhg. Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah Mansor, the wife of the Prime Minister, is expected to do the honours of inaugurating the Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival. The cherry on the icing hopes to be an electrifying start with a series of sensational fashion shows organised on the 23rd, 24th and 25th July in selected areas of the trendy Bukit Bintang. Excited?

That’s not all, there’s also the ‘Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival Shopping Card’ in store for you offering some amazing discounts at participating retail outlets, special rates for rail travel excess baggage allowance on local /international flights, a MasterCard contest and redemption card, and many more…So hurry! steal the deal, before the scrumptious offers get over.
chantelleindia chantell…
32 reviews
Shop till you drop in Malaysia! Jul 20, 2010
So you’ve been admiring that black Armani suit, or wish to slip into that gorgeous Chanel dress? A crazy shoppaholic that i'am, i was shocked to see a range of brands around me. Be it Dolce Gabbana or a Versace, name it and it was there

We happened to be in Malaysia in September and were lucky enough to find the mega sale carnival still running.

Where did I shop? You can enjoy the pleasures of shopping in air conditioned malls at Suria KLCC, Star Hill, Sungai Wang Plaza, Berjaya Times Square, City Square, KL Plaza, The Mall, Sogo and the Mid Valley Megamall. I did all my shopping at Suria KLCC and Berjaya Time Square and according to me you can get some of the best buys in these malls.

Are on a shoe string budget? Worry not, for the open air night markets in Petaling Street shall fetch you some of the best bargains. An antique buyer? Go to the weekend market along Satok Road in Kuching or Batu Ferringhi in Penang. With such a wide spread now, I’am sure you’re spoilt for choice. Also freak out Jonker Street in Malacca, Johor Bahru and the Main bazaar in Kuching.

After our crazy shopping we also wanted to take home a few memoirs. We took home authentic made in Malaysia pewter and exquisite sculptures. I was also amazed by the huge batik collection from casual t’shirts, beach shorts, pareos and cool sarongs! Took one of each. Here, You could also take home memoirs made from coconut by products, wood,

Woven palm frond and pandanus leaves. Exciting? Get set, shop, swipe!
Christmas almost seemed to have se…
Shop till you drop at the plush Be…
nsg007 nsg007
11 reviews
Jan 24, 2008
Aspiring to steal the thunder from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur went through a massive transformation over the past twenty years. The major projects taken up by the Malaysian government include the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and the Petronas Towers, part of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), “A City within a City”

While Singapore still continues to thrive, Kuala Lumpur’s excitement comes from its underlying chaos and its affordability as a travel destination.

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur can be a tiring ordeal. Getting from one place to the other in small, cramped old taxis with drivers who prefer not to use the meter, can test your patience.

Recommendation: If there is one place and only one place you want to shop at, try Suria KLCC. Located right in the heart of the city, all roads and trains seem to lead to KLCC ;-) Besides shopping, it is a great place to spend a day or two. With cinemas, restaurants and activities in the mall, you can spend your entire time right in the confines of the gigantic KLCC. If you are in KL for just a day or two and want to shop for good quality branded stuff, think no further. Besides the very high end branded stores, there are many mid priced brands who also have outlets in KLCC.

Shopping aside, KLCC has many other attractions, such as park, dancing fountains, multiplex cinemas, an aquarium and of course the Petronas Towers themselves.

If street shopping is your thing, a visit to China Town’s Petaling Street is a must. Be prepared to bargain, and of course, buyer be ware. Petaling street is a crowded but fascinating place to shop and a haven for fake branded merchandise. The best way to get in and out of Petaling Street is to travel by Metro.

Happy Shopping
(KLCC) The front of KLCC with a vi…
(KLCC) A look at the different flo…
(KLCC) The center Rotunda.
(KLCC) Shoppers scooping up great …
kairu says:
Aspiring to steal the thunder from Singapore? KL is uniquely KL.
Posted on: Jan 27, 2012
Travelleray says:

All of that does give me enough reason to check out KLCC on my next trip to KL. I'm going solo and hope to find some shopiing buddy, connected with some very interesting co-travelers on
Posted on: Nov 21, 2011
fatimah240 says:
If you really want to buy something, try Mid Valley, variety of shops equivalent to KLCC and much much more cheaper coz they don't have 2 pay for the expensive rent.
But, for someone who is coming to KL, KLCC is a must.
Posted on: Jun 17, 2008

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