The Summit in Subang Jaya is a fairly large shopping complex with many reasonably priced goods. It caters to the high-density neighbourhood of Subang Jaya. Always crowded with shoppers, the Summit is a good place to hunt for bargain items and console/PC games. There are also many restaurants here that you might not be able to find elsewhere.
Subang Parade in the populous Subang Jaya area is one of the older shopping complexes in Selangor and during its heyday, was considered to be one of the most vibrant leisure and shopping spots of its time.
This is my favourite shopping mall of all time and let me tell you why. When I visit shopping malls in Malaysia, my first priority is 'Parking'. If I can't get a parking space or the charges are expensive, then I don't like it. I also don't like to go to places where I can't even walk in peace - the type of walk where I have to watch out for people, move myself to the left then to the right, stop, give way and walk again. What kind of a visit would that be?
Well, all of the above situation is not happening in The Curve. I hope that it will never happen. The shops here are not much to brag about but the environment and choices of restaurants are the opposite. You have the option to all types of cuisine. You name it, they've got them here. It's a very relaxing place. The parking is only RM1 per entry and for the whole day. The shopping mall opens from 10:00 to 22:00 and the The Street Mall (Food) is from 10:00 to 00:00 (Midnight) - Monday to Thursday and 10:00 to 01:00 (Friday - Sunday and Public Holidays)
The mall is divided into two parts - The Walk and The Street. 'The Walk' is where the shops are and 'The Street' is where the food are.
Another good thing in The Curve is the Cathay Cineplex - a movie theatre. It's in another builing but it's linked up, just like Ikea, Tesco and Ikano. These buildings are all linked up with one another and that is why they are a shopping town of its own.
This is another good shooping malls in KL where you're able to shop in a very relaxing manner and enjoy your day.
Firstly, parking is cheap but spaces are limited and always taken during peak times but it's not too bad.
Secondly, I love the new wing. They have an old wing and the new wing. The old wing is a bit too cramp and crowded with shoppers who shop for their provisions. The new wing is something else.
There are loads of boutiques here where you can get most things you want. Branded items are here. Choices for food is also another attraction to its visitors. Everything under one roof. As for activities, They have 2 cinemas (TGV & GSC), a batting cage (baseball), bowling alley, video game arcade, rock climbing, karaoke and probably other things that I haven't come accross yet.
Located in the commercial area of Section 14, Digital Mall opened in January 2007 and adopts the IT-centric concept of Low Yat Plaza, although at a smaller scale. All four floors have shops selling PCs, Macs, PDAs, GPS devices, notebooks (laptops), memory, storage, computer accessories, parts and peripherals .
Cineleisure Damansara will have a 24 lane bowling alley, cineplexes, disco, video arcade and entertainment related retail outlets similar to the Cineleisure Complex in downtown Orchard Road, Singapore.
The Curve has approximately 680,000 square feet (63,000 m²) of nett. Lettable space for F&B outlets, fashion retail and offices. Outdoor entertainment with all year musical and artistic events.
A premier landmark in the Klang Valley, 1 Utama redefined the concept of suburban shopping centres when it first opened its doors in August 1995. Setting standards further, the popular shopping haven expanded with the launch of its extended new wing in 2004.
AmCorp Mall is centrally located in Petaling Jaya and houses a variety of outlets from a supermarket to eateries, boutiques to amusement centres. its biggest attraction is the weekend Flea Market on Saturdays and Sundays. Dozens of participants set up tables all over the mall from the Lower Ground floor up, selling everything from antiques to actual vinyl records.
JAYA Shopping Centre, better known as Jaya Supermarket, is a well-known landmark in Section 14, Petaling Jaya. Built in 1974, it was one of the first supermarkets in Petaling Jaya and has survived the many facets of development until now.
The new wing of Sunway Pyramid is now open and is named Pyramid 2 a.k.a. P-2. It is a completely new shopping experience and is home to new retailers like Jusco, Giant, Harvey Norman, and so much more.There is also a completely new section in P-2 called Marakesh, derived from the place in Morroco.
Sunway Pyramid - One of the mall's most easily recognised design is the Egyptian-inspired Pyramid with a lion "standing guard" at the entrance. The rest of the building is embellished in the monumental style, complete with pseudo-hieroglyphics decorating facades, along with numerous Pharonic statuaries.
Wisma Thrifty is one of the first shopping place in PJ. It was previosuly occupied by Thrifty Supermarket (hence the name Wisma Thrifty) which used to be a popular place for the local PJ folks to shop for their daily need. Its location just accross the street from PJ Hilton also make it conveneice for those staying in the hotel to shop for some items there.
Nowadays, Wisma Thrifty has been renovated and up graded. The Thrifty Supermarket has been replaced by the chain store Giant Supermarket. Apart from the supermarket, other tenants in the building are Courts Mammoth (furniture and electrical store), Royal Selangor pewter and Coffee Beans & Tea Leaves.
The tenants of Wisma Thrifty can always change but the building will still remain one of the popular shopping place in PJ.
What to buy: Groceries items, daily need, Selangor Pewter etc.
This building actaully house IKEA or vice versa. Either way it's link to one another. You can walk from the mall to IKEA or vice versa too. Most of this mall shops are huge. And the variety are just average but worth checking out.
What to buy: hardware, fashion clothings, timepiece, supermarket products, huge pet store, gym equipment, pharmacy and some food outlets.
What to pay: Depends
The biggest in the town of Petaling Jaya. And it take almost the whole day to actually venture everything inside this huge mall.
What to buy: So many stuffs are house in 1- utama. They range from food cafe & restaurant outlets. Lots of fashion outlets for men & ladies (fcuk, tommy, guess, levis,etc), a couple of cinemas, a huge departmental store, an average music store (tower records), telecommunication outlets, hair & beauty salon, pharmacy, optical, jewelry outlets and the list goes on.
What to pay: one months salary ?