Back in 2009 it was a trendy shopping mall with stylish cool Stores esp.women clothes! now it's not more than a flee market! it's truly has lost its glamor :(
The only good thing I can say about it, is the accessories stores, if you are accessories lover like myself , it's the right place for you! Also the hair saloon 'freez' at the third floor is great one! just forget about clothes and shoes.
Berjaya Times Square is an huge mall with about 700 specialty retail shops, 1,200 luxury service suites, 45 food outlets for every taste and unique entertainment attractions such as Asia’s largest indoor theme park and Malaysia’s first-ever IMAX 2D & 3D theatre.
Well known shops include ALDO, Timberland, Bossini, Voir Gallery, Titan , Esprit, Blush!, Dockers, Levi’s, Tag Heuer and Dior, DeGems as well as household and furnishings, Best Denki and Sony Vaio, electrical goods, bridal showcases and an IT mall.
Berjaya Times Square's main anchor tenant is the enormous Metrojaya Department Store which is an household name in Malaysia and renowned for its wide ranges of lifestyle fashion and home furnishing products.
For the kids there is Cosmo’s World Theme Park which is the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia. There are 14 rides in total including the 800m long ‘Supersonic Odyssey’ roller coaster, the 30m high ‘Spinning Orbit’, the swinging ‘Space Attack’ and the human ‘DNA Mixer’.
A fun filled afernoon for the family!
With it is 12 floors, Berjaya Times Square is said to be the largest shooping mall in South East Asia.
You can find everything in there:
* IMAX, Golden Screen Cinemas,
* a luxurious SPA, JoJoBa International (jojoba.com.my)
* a food court (as usual)
* an indoor roller coaster too, Cosmo World (Entrance ticket: RM30/adult & RM20/child, open daily from 12noon to 10pm)!
* The department store Metrojaya now replaces Debenhams.
There is always an event in the mall: Lion danses for Chinese New Year, Indian danses for Deepavali, squash world cup, etc.
Located a couple of minutes walk behind Sungei Wang it worths a visit, especially to try out the roller coaster if you dare to do it!!!
What to buy:
Some examples of cheap things in Malaysia:
* Women shoes, first price around RM 25 (5 €).
* Contact lenses
Some of the local brands:
* Body Glove for sportwear
What to pay: With its mix of international (MNG, Esprit, Nike, etc.) and local (FOS, Nichie, etc.) shops, this middle market shopping mall is a bit more expensive than the average.
This is a HUGE shopping mall! We made the mistake of going to Lot 10 first, and were disappointed by the selection and age of shops, so when we found this, were thoroughly amazed. Could have spent a whole day here. Much choice of shops of all sorts, food outlets and even an indoor amusement park!
What to buy: anything you like!
What to pay: don't be fooled, Malaysia is CHEAP! Cheaper than Singapore, the prices seem high, but the 100 ringitt is about NZ$39, US$30 or 20 Euro
The biggest in South-east Asia. this mall which measure 7.5 million sq ft, is an integrated shopping-cum-entertainment centre with a hotel, the region's biggest indoor theme park, bowling centre , Imax theatre n more ..
Well overall the mall is good and massive.the rollercoaster going inside the mall gives a dramatic effect.there are 2 theatre complexes inside imax and golden screen cinemas.the website provides all the info and you can even book online your tickets.
clothes are ok not the cheap stuff of chinatown.lots of sales and discounts going on.
be ready to walk a lot.
What to buy: clothes electronic toys computers the works.there are even a few ar showrooms on the ground level.
What to pay: as per your pocket and desire.
Large variety of shops. If you know how to hunt, there are bargains to be found. Prices are slightly higher than that of Sungei Wang/BB Plaza, but still reasonable and cheap. Fashion is still more of local trends - may not be your taste
Berjaya Times Square is the largest shopping mall found in KL. Shoppers will be spoilt for choice as there are over 1000 retail shops in this mega shopping mall.
You could find anything from fashion, accessories, jewellery, optical shops, IT Stuff, supermarket, Indoor theme park, Imax theatre and restaurants.
The shopping mall is easily accessible from Imbi Monorail Station and Hang Tuah Station.
Being a guy I'm not much of a shopper and normally I dread going near them. After being dragged here by the girlfriend I was quite surprised.
Times Square was great fun with plenty to do other than shop. Inside Times Square theres a roller coaster, a theme park called Cosmo's World, plenty of food courts, games rooms, cinema, iMax etc. etc. Having time to waste we got some italian food and went to an iMax show "ghost house" which kind of sucked (I wanted the dinosaurs). We also went to the games room and played some games before the girlfriend insisted on us going to the Mid Valley Megamall. It was great while it lasted.
If you are a guy and the girlfriend is looking for shopping malls in KL, Times Square is definitly the one to choose.
This place is huge.... Stuff are rather expensive though and you can get nice stuff here...
Lots of branded boutiques...
Berjaya Times Square KL is the largest shopping mall in the country providing more than 1000 individual shops and various retail anchors. Current merchandise mix includes a departmental store, specialty fashion and accessories, household and furnishing, a supermarket, electrical and electronic goods, bookstores, bridal showcases and an IT mall
You can find Malaysia's largest indoor theme park - Cosmo’s World in it. It's an adult and children theme park with an abundant variety of entertainment and rides. The park will be filled with state-of-the-art rides, live performances, themed shops, snacks outlets, games as well as family fun. A ticket will cost you RM25 for adults and RM15 for children till the age of twelve.
The other major leisure facility found is Malaysia’s first IMAX 2D & 3D Theatre, a unique immersive experience. A ticket will cost you RM15.
You don't necessarily have to enjoy shopping to really love this shopping centre. There is entertainment area which has cinemas and an indoor theme park which is just excellent.
The phrase shop till you drop definitely applies here as you can either go on the vertical drop machine or the roller coaster that is built inside the shopping centre (see photo !).
So if shopping is not your thing just let your partner off with the credit card while you stay here an play !
What to buy: Tickets for the cinema and the amusement rides....after that any designer label you care to mention is available in the centre
Its a very huge mall, but sad to say not fuilly occupied.
The only interesting you will find is the in door theme park at level 5 &7
Food & Beverage at lvel 3&4, not fancy though.
What to buy: Shopping : you can find some shops selling cheap clothes like what most selling in Sugei Wang (just across Berjaya Times Square).
Departmental Store : Debenhams selling nice clothing range from RM200 - RM1000 onwards.
What to pay: RM20-RM100
Berjaya Times Square is the largest shopping centre in Malaysia.With about 8 floors, there are many shops ranging from international brand to local brands.Ample space makes walking around the mall enjoyable despite the crowd in the afternoon.
This is a fairly new shopping centre with the top floors yet to be filled however there are some nice shops in here.
Lots of shoe shops!
There is a big information counter where a magazine is available of the shopping centre.
There is an indoor theme park located here with the rollercoaster.
There is also a hotel located on the top of the building, we were going to stay there however there were quite a few bad reviews.
What to buy: Shoes, clothes, bags, electronics
The biggest in Southeast Asia, this mall which measures 7.5 million sq ft, is an integrated shopping-cum-entertainment centre with a hotel, the region's biggest indoor theme park, bowling centre and IMAX (3D Movie) theatre.
Berjaya Times Square is strategically located at the Imbi vicinity and it's linked by KL Monorail system. The monorail station is directly connected to the shopping mall. Hence, no crossing of busy roads is required !