You may found various local stuff in this sopping mall. Major branded stuff are available as well. Choose from butique, electronics,IT,food stall and hypermarket.
What to buy Pewter is 1 of our local famous stuff to look for.
This is the shopping mall at the KLCC(Kuala lumpur city center).
Almost all European brands is here for example:
Mango,and many more.
There are also cheaper shops and lots of cafes.
And a huge food court at the 3rd and the 4th level,also a movie theatre.
What to buy Almost everything,clothes,antiques,food, Hi-Fi products and lots more.
A very popular shopping complex, always full of shoppers... majority of them window shopping... Suria KLCC is part of the KL Petronas Twin Tower complexs with a beautiful park for relaxation.... It has one of the most comprehensive food courts in any of the Kuala Lumpur shopping complexes... KLCC boasts a state-of-the art concert hall - home of the Malaysian Phiharmonic Orchestra - an art gallery and a science discovery centre, Petrosains...
What to buy Suria KLCC exudes opulence and sophistication, showcasing international brand names like Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Hermes.... The anchor tenant is Isetan Departmental Store... The complex caters for all kinds of goods including cameras, golf equipments, shoes, clothes, books etc.... Kinokuniya Book Store operates an outlet here...
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.
Suria, which means 'sun rays', is one of Malaysia's top shopping complexes. Situated at the heart if the city, getting to this beautiful shopping complex is a 'piece of cake'. It is a must stop for all.
Even if you don't care much for shopping, Suria KLCC is also a nice place to hang out. There is a huge choice of restaurants and coffee houses to choose from. And there is also the cinema, which, unfortunately, is often quite packed.
For those with kiddies, you can take them to the playground and wadding pool just outside of the complex.
All in all, a nice place for almost everyone.
What to buy Hmmmm ... there are lots of clothes stores there. However, they can be a bit expensive for some. Those who like designer clothing would love shopping here.
As for me, a trip to KLCC won't be complete without a visit to Kinokuniya, the largest bookstore in Malaysia (I think). They have practically all the books that you could possibly want and if they don't, they will get it for you.
Twin Towers are pride of Malaysia. They are the 5th highest building in the world.
It has KLCC mall, cinemas, fine restuarants, and underground monorail station. Definitely they have offices,lol.
What to buy You can find books from everywhere.
Try to get the Malay Couple costumes dolls.
Malay, Chinese, Indian and Arab food restuarants are available.
Around 7 cinemas available.
What to pay Cash and Credit Card.
Prices are really reasonable for all.
Voted the best Shopping complex in KL. There is about 6 floors worth of shopping in this complex.
KLCC is a little up market and is the place if you want branded goods such as Ferragamo, Cartier, Mikimoto, etc. (Surely not for everyday use for most of us, huh) The so called up market ambiance also prevalent in its background music - mostly classical music.
The anchor tenants in this complex are Isetan and Parkson- departmental stores that caters to all your needs.
Aside from these 2 dept. stores, theres a couple of food court such as Scotts picnic on the 3rd floor (just below Tanjung Golden Village - a cinema) and Asian Flavour on the 6th floor, a big book store, sports retail, etc.
Restaurants are also available on the lower ground floor where you can get fast food outlets such as A&W, Strudel, Cinnabon, KFC, Burger Kings, etc. while the 6th floor also houses posh restaurants such as Madam Kwan, Chakri White House, Kelantan Delights .
There is no shortage of food at KLCC thats for sure.
Aside from the cinema, there is also the Petronas Museum - which is fun and theres a concert hall on the ground floor and Cafes that overlook a fountain and the park.
In between you have banks, money changer, art gallery, more posh shopping outlets Clarins Beauty Institute more food and little stalls selling from nuts to Cashmere shawl.
What to buy What ever your heart desires and you pocket can afford.
A great place to hang out and lose yourself in people watching activity.
What to pay If you can help it, abstain from buying expensive art product at ASEANA because you can get it cheaper elsewhere.
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!
KL's premier shopping mall is right at the foot of the world tallest identical twin towers. Being a premier shopping mall means U can expect more from Suria KLCC - in terms of tenant mix and quality product/services. Retailers here include departmental stores (Isetan, Parkson Grand, Mark & Spencer etc), boutiqe (Armani Exchange, British India, Esprit, Top Shop etc,) jewellers (Tiffany & Co, Habib Jewel, Cartier), electrical good (Best Denki, Sony Wing, QS Digital World), bookstore (Kinokuniya - the largest bookstore in KL's golden triangle area) as well as an array of restaurants and cafes that will tentalised your taste buds. In general, almost everything under the sun is available here.
What to buy If U are into designer good, Surria KLCC is a shopping haven for you.
What to pay Premier place with premier good and services means U hve to pay slightly premier prices.
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.
The ARCH shop has several outlets; I have seen them in 1 UTAMA in a suburban shopping complex. The first time I shopped at ARCH was at this KLCC store, and I think it is worthwhile for tourist to consider a souvenier or a gift from this store.
Some of the art frames are available in a gift store at the KLIA airport but it costs some 10-20 pct more.
I normally buy it for some of my visiting friends, besides the Royal Selangor.
What to buy They sell framed art work. And are made of woodchips, and carved to some local scene or house scene etc. You can buy a small picture of our national kite, the wau, or classical dancers but my favourite with the architecture ones. If you have lived in Malaysia, you will be able to recognise those glorious buildings.
What to pay Prices range from a mere 40 ringgit for a 2 1/2 X3 inches to severl thousand ringgit for huge ones. You can get something decent for around RM150.
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.