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Top shopping malls in Klang Valley

Top shopping malls in Klang Valley

In recent years, Malaysia has been growing fast and rapidly as a shopping haven for the world. With the annual Malaysia Mega Sale coming around, people from across the world are aware of what Malaysia has to offer when it comes to shopping.

Top shopping malls in region

With such a booming industry, shopping malls in Malaysia has been mushrooming. From community malls to mega huge structures, anyone would be spoilt for choice to buy something around the main cities like the Klang Valley.

Shopping malls in Klang Valley

  • Cheras Leisure Mall
  • Plaza Ampang formerly known as Yow Chuan Plaza
  • Mid Valley Megamall
  • Sungei Wang Plaza
  • Suria Klcc
  • Lot 10 Shopping Centre
  • Low Yat Plaza
  • Maju Junction Mall
  • Sogo Kuala Lumpur
  • Sunway Putra Shopping Centre
  • Bangsar Shopping Centre
  • Kota Raya Shopping Complex
  • Bangsar Village
  • Great Eastern Mall
  • Campbell Complex
  • Ampang Park Shopping Centre
  • Pertama Complex
  • The Ampwalk
  • Ikano Power Centre
  • Star Hill Shopping Gallery
  • Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall
  • The Curve Shopping Centre
  • 1 Utama Shopping Centre
  • Amcorp Mall
  • Subang Parade Shopping Centre
  • Shaw Parade Shopping Centre
  • Avenue K
  • Intermark Retail Podium
  • Mines Shopping Fair
  • Shah Alam City Centre (SACC Mall)
  • Mydin Wholesale Emporium
  • Viva Home Mall
  • Oasis Ara Damansara
  • Wangsa Walk
  • Endah Parade Shopping Centre
  • Alamanda Shopping Complex
  • Selayang Mall
  • Plaza Metro Kajang
  • Berjaya Times Square
  • Capital Square
  • Fahrenheit 88
  • Kenanga Wholesale City
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
  • Jaya Shopping Centre
  • Tropicana City Mall
  • Atria Shopping Gallery
  • Empire Subang
  • Setia City Mall
  • Star Avenue Lifestyle Mall
  • Space U8 Mall
  • Paradigm Mall

Major Shopping Malls

While there are at least 50 malls in the Klang Valley, there are a few major ones which are constantly packed with people.

Midvalley Mega Mall

Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Midvalley Mega Mall is among the top few top malls in the entire country. Among its major characteristics are:

  • Total stores: 430
  • Anchor Tenants: 5
  • Retail for area: 158,000 m²
  • Parking rate: Ranges from RM2 to RM3 for first 3 hours on weekdays/ weekends
  • Community: Balanced mixture of people from different races

1 Utama Shopping Centre

This is the largest shopping centre located around the Bandar Utama – Taman Tun Dr Ismail enclave.

  • Total stores: Over 700
  • Anchor Tenants: 5
  • Retail area: 465,000 m²
  • Parking rate: RM1 for every 2 hours
  • visitors: Mix of people from different races

Sunway Pyramid Shopping Centre

Owned and operated by the Sunway Group, the Sunway Pyramid Shopping Centre has been expanding rapidly in recent years. To date, it has more than 900 stores within its premises.

  • Total Stores: over 900
  • Anchor Tenants: 5
  • Retail area: 396,000 m²
  • Parking rate: RM1 for 3 hours
  • Other info: Sunway Pyramid is located right beside Sunway Lagoon, one of the top theme parks in Malaysia

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Built on the land that used to house one of the oldest schools in Malaysia, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is located in the heart of Bukit Bintang. It is one of the major tourist attractions here with very high traffic of foreign visitors. Besides that, it is just a stone’s throw from major hotels around the vicinity.

  • Retail area: 130,000 m2
  • Total Floors: 8
  • Parking rates: RM3 per hour

Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur

Suria KLCC enjoys the best view of the Petronas Twin Towers as it is right below this iconic structure. Outside of Suria KLCC, there is a public park with a fountain display and is located next to the KLCC Convention Centre and is home to some top luxury brands like Coach and Prada.

  • Retail area: 140,000 m2
  • Total Floors: 6
  • Parking Rate: RM5 for first hour, RM3 for next 2 hours
  • Community: Suria KLCC has a healthy mix of people from different race and background

Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square could well be the shopping mall with the most floors in Malaysia. It has 13 floors of retail shops for anyone to go around with. Situated in Bukit Bintang, it is very well connected via public transportation as it has a KL Monorail stop attached.

  • Total Stores: More than 1,000
  • Anchor Tenants: 3
  • Retail Area: 700,000 m2
  • Total floors: 13
  • Parking Rates: RM3 for first hour, RM2.50 for second hour
  • Highlight: Berjaya Times Square is very popular for its size and the fact that is has its own indoor theme park

Fahrenheit 88, Kuala Lumpur

Fahrenheit 88 is an exciting mall which takes over from the structure previously known as KL Plaza. The building has been totally converted with a more modern and contemporary outlook.

  • Total Stores: 280
  • Retail area: 28,000 m2
  • Total floors: 5
  • Parking rates: RM4 for first 2 hours, RM2 for subsequent hours
  • Community: Fahrenheit 88 enjoys a healthy mix of visitors from all races

Lot 10 Shopping Center

Lot 10 Shopping Center is one of the few icons that has been around the Bukit Bintang enclave for more than 2 decades. Opened in 1991, it has recently been changed with a more focused target segment.

  • Total floors: 5
  • Anchor Tenant: The Isetan Japan Store
  • Parking rates: RM3 per hour

Plaza Low Yat

Plaza Low Yat is situated at the lesser traffic location of Bukit Bintang. However, it is a very unique outlook as it is considered to be the digital or IT mall of Kuala Lumpur. With more than 7 floors of retail shops, people from all walks of life, both local and foreign will know about Plaza Low Yat if they are looking for digital gadgets, laptops and other devices.

  • Total stores: More than 350
  • Total floors: 7
  • Parking Rates: RM2.70 for first 2 hours, RM1.60 for next 2 hours

Sungei Wang Plaza

Sungei Wang Plaza is perhaps one of the oldest shopping centres in the country. It has been around since 1977 where it has stood through the test of time. Today, Sungei Wang Plaza’s tradition still remains and it has been given a fresh new outlook in recent years.

  • Total shops: about 200
  • Anchor Tenants: 1
  • Retail area: 110,000 m2
  • Total floors: 7
  • Parking rates: RM4 for first 2 hours, RM1 for subsequent hours

Viva Home Shopping Center

The Viva Home Shopping Center takes over from the building previously known as Plaza UE3 (Uncang Emas 3). It has been totally transformed into a whole new shopping center which is more focused on selling housing products.

  • Total Floors: 6
  • Parking rates: RM3 for first three hours, RM1 for subsequent hours
  • Community: As Viva Home is located in the Cheras- Pudu area, it has a popular place among the Chinese community

Tropicana City Mall

Tropicana City Mall is one of the more recent additions to shopping options around the Damansara and Petaling Jaya areas. Located along the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong, it has quickly become one of the more popular shopping centres around the community.

  • Total Shops: More than 200
  • Total Floors: 4
  • Parking Rates: RM1 for first 3 hours, RM1 for subsequent hours

Empire Shopping Gallery

The Empire Shopping Gallery is located behind Subang Parade. It can be seen as you drive across the Federal Highway where it is one of the newer shopping malls in the Klang Valley.

  • Total stores: 180
  • Total floors: 7
  • Community: The people around Subang Jaya are known to frequent this mall which are very balanced among the races
  • Parking rates: RM1 per hour before 5pm and RM2 per hour after 5pm

Kenanga Wholesale Mall

The Kenanga Wholesale Mall is among the few specialized shopping centres in the Klang Valley. Opened in 2011, it provides place for anyone to buy products in bulk at cheaper prices, making it a preferred destination among business and retail operators.

  • Total stores: more than 800
  • Total floors: 17
  • Parking rates: RM2 for first 3 hours, RM 1 for subsequent hours

Sunway Putra Mall

The Sunway Putra Mall was once known as The Mall. Opened in 1987, it is a very popular mall among the crowd of central Kuala Lumpur. Sunway Group acquired the mall and gave it a whole new look thereby renaming it the Sunway Putra Mall.

  • Total stores: more than 300
  • Total floors: 8
  • Parking rates: RM3 for first hour, RM1 for subsequent hours

Klang Parade Shopping Centre

The Klang Parade Shopping Centre is one of the prominent places to shop in Klang. It has been since 1995 where the mall has been given a makeover recently.

  • Total area: 61,325 m2
  • Total floors: 5
  • Parking rates: RM1 for first 3 hours, RM1 for subsequent hours
  • Community : Mostly Chinese