Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
this will be my shopping tips on Suria KLCC which is beside the Famous Petronas Towers and the Luxe Shopping in Kuala Lumpur Golden Triangle.
Suria KLCC is Malaysia's Premium Shopping Mall and you will even find commercials on It a your hotels TV Channes. This Mall is just beside the Iconic Petronas Tower and was opened in 1998 and it has 6 levels of commercial establishments like famous international retail chains (Ralph Lauren, Coach, Hugo Boss, Marks & Spencer, Carolina Herrera, Dianne Von Furstenberg, Balenciaga, Max Mara, Fendi, Emporio Armani, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo to name a few. Department Stores such as Isetan and Parksons.
There are more than 320 stores and shops and restaurants and coffee chains here plus a large cinema, an orchestra hall (Dewan Filharmonik Petronas), an aquarium, a convention center, an art gallery and the Suria KLCC Park.
Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday
What to buy: all the luxury items, both local and international, that you can think of!
This is the most high end mall in malaysia after all.
What to pay: maxx out your platinum or titanium credit card!
Suria KLCC is another fantastic shopping center with 3 department stores, Parksons, Isetan and Marks & Spencer’s. It has more high end shops than Pavilion shopping center and there is also a Harley shop which is a lot cheaper to buy from than here in Australia.
Suria is one of Kuala Lumpur’s newest shopping centers and is in a beautiful setting next to the Petronas Towers and there is a lovely lake surrounded by nice bars and restaurants. You really can buy anything here from handbags worth $20,000 to $1 key rings.
KL is fantastic for shopping. An influx of big names coupled with intriguing homegrown fashion makes KL the ideal destination for style seekers. In their glory days, Chinatown, Little India and the Tunku Abdul Rahman strip were the popular places to shop. Today there are chic mega-malls where every imaginable designer labels congregate. One such destination is the Suria KLCC shopping center at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers. Its six floors of fashion, lifestyle and entertainment offer you the Asian shopping experience. Nevertheless do explore Chinatown and Little India, for their hive of activity and a cacophony of smells, sights and sounds. If your sole intention is to overstuff your luggage, then the year-round carnivals and sales will give you an appetite to shop even more; time your visit during the mid-year Mega Sale Carnival and the Malaysia Year End Sale.
It's a luxurious Mall no doubt about it,It houses mostly luxury and fashionable shops such as Aigner, Alfred Dunhill, Bally, Brioni, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Chopard, Coach, DKNY, Emilio Pucci, Emporio Armani, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fendi, Frank Muller, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Jimmy Choo, Karen Millen, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu, Moschino, Paul Smith, Piaget, Prada, Rolex, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stuart Weitzman, Tod's and Versace.
you'll be surprised to find it very crowded! however,I believe that most of the people who go to KLCC are just window shoppers!
If you can afford shopping there good for you! if not it's not a big of deal you still can dine and enjoy the view of the Pertrones towers.
when I was there Lancome was giving a free makeup even if you are not going to buy any of their products.
What to pay: Go and you'll find out yourself!
Suria KLCC is a stylish shopping centre offering 6 levels of retail outlets at the base of the Petronas Towers complex. It is open 7 days a week between 10am and 10pm and is, in my opinion the best shopping centre in KL, especially because of the concentration of designer stores.
Fashion labels available include: Jimmy Choo, Karen Millen, Kate Spade, Mui Mui, Chanel, Coach, Fendi, Gucci, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Mulberry, Versace, Giorgio Armani and many more.
There is also a Marks and Spencer Department Store and Aseana exclusive store.
I was also pleasantly surprised to find a branch of British High Street fashion icon: TOPSHOP.
ATM's, Post Office, Banking and Money Changing Services and Medical/Healthcare are available along with lots of non shopping options including an aquarium and art gallery.
What to buy: The absolute latest in designer fashion straight from the runways of Paris and New York.
What to pay: unlimited $$$$$$
Big and nice, with all the things one can need in one place- food, clothing, shoes, bags, jewels, banking services, classy flower shop, etc. An upscale shopping experience is the highlight as many internationally renowned labels have their flagship stores here such as Armani, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Hermes. etc. It also has the London high street clothing line such as Topshop, as well as a number of mainstream brands like Levi's, etc. The six-level destination is found at the base of the famous Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur. Food fare varies widely, local dishes with Indian, Malay and Chinese flavors are showcased, along with Japanese, Korean, European cuisine, among others. Aside from food and shopping, it is also home to the KLCC Aquaria, art gallery, interactive science discovery center, a 50-hectare park, and a lot more. The other thing you will love about Suria KLCC is the accommodating concierge and their additional services for customer convenience- wheelchair and stroller use that are free for the first 2-3 hours, among others. Great place!
What to buy: Shoes, bags and clothes being strutted on the runways of New York and Paris. There are also the uniquely Malaysian arts and handworks.
What to pay: RM0 to Infinity
Suria KLCC is one of Malaysia's most famous shopping malls. It shares the location with the world's tallest twin towers- the Petronas. Shopping in Suria KLCC is considered upscale, yet the six-level modern shopping center also houses European high-street and mainstream clothing lines. It absolutely has everything from food, clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, make up, furnitures, flower shops, mail booths, bank, etc. Aside from shopping, many people (local and tourists) frequent this spot because of the many attractions being showcased- an art gallery, an interactive science discovery room, an aquaria, world-class cinemas, and a lot more. Food is also one of the things celebrated in Suria- find Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Malay, regional cuisine, and western food on the menus of its many restaurants, many of which are posh. It is really a one-stop destination for leisure. The other thing that people will love about this destination is the accommodating concierge and their additional services for customer's convenience- they offer wheelchair and strollers which are free for the first 2-3 hours, that among other things. Great place to be! :)
What to buy: Designer items like Gucci's, Hermes', Prada's, Jimmy Choo's, Burberry's, and many more. London high-street fashion such as Topshop, etc. Guess, UCB, Rolex, etc. All authentic. There are also shops that sell uniquely Malay, Indian and Chinese items- dress, shoes, bags, trinkets, etc.
What to pay: From RM0 to Infinity
There are many shops to choose from and very convenient to shop in this mall. Half a day is not enough to visit all the tourist attractions surrounding this famous KLCC. It is within the Petronas Twin Towers that offer designer men and women clothes and accessories.
Attractions around the KLCC includes KLCC Park, Cinema, PETROSAINS, Art Gallery, and the ever popular Twin Towers. You will not get hungry within the mall as there are far too many restaurants that cater to local and foreign tourists. Special Events are held regularly and so with the upcoming ones.
I would recommend that you spend the whole day and wait until the night to fully enjoy the Suria KLCC at night. It's just amazing! If you want to find a more detailed information, please check KLCC web I provided below.
Oh!!! This place is fantastic!!! Soooooooooo HUGE!!!! Ground floor you have your Gucci, Armani, Versace and your other expensive designer stuff... One floor down you have loads of British high street chains - Topshop & Marks & Spencers, etc. Further up you'll find Mid-range boutiques and chains, Asian homestyle and furniture, and every kind of restaurant, bar, cinema and a crazy museum too. This is a fantastic shopping experiance and can beat any shopping centre in England hands down!
What to buy: My favourite shop here is British India where I got the most beautiful skirt I've ever seen - pale blue, embroidered with an intricate gold floral pattern... hangs to the knee and made of the lightest cotton... Soooooo beautiful!!!
What to pay: Any budget will be comfortable here - but I'd have been really disappointed if my purse had been empty!
Suria KLCC houses 6 levels of retail outlets, 2 departmental stalls and numerous branded boutiques like LV, Ferragamo, and Coach, the latest addition to the list. Surounded by a park and a dancing fountain, take a stroll out in nature after you get bored with shopping.
...anything you wish for! And of course, a bit of expensive as it's classy, branded tags and airconditioned way of buying things..From Gucci's to Pradas..Well name that thing! You can get bunkrupt here but mind you, I didn't...as I left my wallet in Bangkok during these trip! Pooorrr..
What to buy: Anything you wish for!
What to pay: $300-$500
When i first visited Kuala Lumpur I loved this shopping centre as it had all my favorite shops however i find the prices quite high here.
This shopping centre had all the brands such as MAC, The body Shop, Gucci, FCUK, mambo, channel, versus, tommy etc.
It is a very touristy shopping place as it is located right in the middle of the Golden Triangle (and next door to the Hotel Mandarin).
The dome downstairs open very early in the morning and serves breakfast.
What to buy: Clothes, perfume, makeup, electronics.
Petronas towers hosts among many things a very modern 6 floor shopping center that you should give a go, even if you don´t plan to do any shopping.
It´s new and shiny and very posh, but i have found some resonable places there to eat and have coffee so you can go there without being ruined.
There are some nice bars there too that often has happy hour in late afternoon in order to attract the people who work at the Petronas towers.
Suria KLCC is an excellent shopping complex at the foot of the Petronas Towers. It is set in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle and surrounded by hotels, office buildings, a scenic park and fountains.
Anchor tenants include Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village and Signatures Level 2 Food Court. Other key tenants are Marks & Spencer and Rasa Food Arena.
Below Petronas Towers, you find Suria KLCC Mall which has 6 floors full of stores! They range from designer stores such as Chanel and Gucci to department stores such as Marks and Spencer and Parkson Grand. There is a cinema and food court too, as well as a supermarket (Isetan).
What to buy: Clothes, food, etc.
What to pay: Fixed prices I'm afraid!