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A Shopping Mall Within the Petronas Twin Towers

Suria KLCC

What tourists said about the Suria KLCC

“A landmark not to be missed!!!”

The mall is big, high class and awesome.

If you want to have some pictures of the Petronas Twin Tower, KLCC is the place for you to go. There is a big park there where children can play and you can do photo shooting of yourself and the twin tower in the background. The fountain water show is superb.

If you want to shop for clothes, shoes, bags and accessories, ensure that you have lots of money as you will have branded stuffs.

There food outlets at the Signature Food Court are affordable. There are also restaurant catering for high class dinners.

As for entertainment, you have Cinema in the mall and from the mall you can go to Aquaria.

It is a landmark not to be missed.

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Suria KLCC is one of the newest shopping malls in KL. Situated underneath the Petronas towers, the shopping mall lives to its tagline – always something new.

Visited December 2013

“Handy if staying @ Traders”

My partner and I weren’t very interested in the shopping as a lot of the stores here are found in the UK such as Topshop and H&M, but we found it really handy as they have a supermarket in the basement level and it was within walking distance of our hotel (Traders).

Lots of different food options but we were disappointed at the lack of authentic Malay cuisine and shops. You can access the Petronas Twin Towers via the mall and the KLCC park which also has an amazing water display that rivals the Bellagio’s in Vegas.

Visited September 2014

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Adjacent to the mall is Aquaria. This is by far one of the biggest in-shore aquarium in South East Asia. The Aquaria is divided to several sections and there’s a glass tunnel within the Marine section where you can see the great white sharks and manta rays swimming over you.

“Great brand name shopping center!!”

This place is full of brand names, 6 floors worth of entertainment. The shopping center is opened from 10am to 10pm daily. Second level is food court and fourth level are restaurants and other ethnic food.

There are to grocery markets with fresh fruits and food in this shopping center iSeton and Cold Storage so if you want to buy some fruits or snacks back to your hotel it is easily accessible.

I stayed at Traders Hotels so this is connected to this shopping center via 10 minutes walk or there is a buggy ride 1-2 minutes to the mall. The great thing is KLCC station is on the concore level so you can take the train to other parts of the city.

I prefer the second level food court it has a lot of variety.

Visited October 2014

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You can visit the Petrosains Center, an interactive amusement center dedicated to Malaysian petroleum industry. Here, you will be able to learn the origin of the petroleum and how it is processed and transformed into fuel and other petroleum-base products.

“Brand Names Galore!”

Shopping here is not for the faint hearted! There is every conceivable brand you can think off and a great range on show. However, there are several other malls in KL that offer these brands as well.

Visited October 2014

“Loved it!”

Loved how you can walk there for hours without feeling the time passing by. So many restaurants and shops and loved cold storege and isetan supermarket.

Outside the mall there is a fountain which is very nice and colourfull at night, my favourite mall in KL.

Visited September 2014

Love This Mall!”

This is my favourite mall in KL. Easy to navigate and has everything you would want. Do yourself a favour and go to the food market on the ground floor of Isetan – AMAZING and great for a very cheap lunch! Also has corridors that link to Bukit Bintang (15 minute walk).

Visited August 2014
Source: Tripadvisor

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Suria KLCC houses one of the most expensive and grandest washrooms in Malaysia.

About the Suria KLCC Mall

The Suria KLCC is a premier shopping complex in Kuala Lumpur. You might not know it, but the Suria KLCC shopping complex is located inside the Petronas Twin Towers, spreading out as many as six floors.

Why visit the shopping mall

Being as Kuala Lumpur’s busiest and glitziest shopping malls, Suria KLCC is a popular tourist destination not only for the locals but also foreigners.

In addition to numerous chain stores, restaurants, coffee joints, and a cinema, as well as banks, ATMs, and a post office being housed in the Suria KLCC, there are also a range of giant international department stores with branches here, including Isetan and Parkson, along with specialist retailers and fast-food outlets.

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Suria KLCC inside the Pretronas Twin Towers

Attractions of Suria KLCC

In addition to being a popular shopping mall, KLCC Suria is also a destination of many famous art exhibitions and international expos. One of which is the Petronas Galery located in the third floor of the Suria KLCC.

The Petronas Galery has been hosting numerous exhibitions of traditional and contemporary art, both from Asia and Middle Eastern countries.

The KLCC Suria is also an excellent place for students and intellects. There is an excellent interactive science discovery center on the fourth floor.

Interested parties on petroleum science and technology are encouraged to visit this place which certainly offers unprecedented learning experience through a range of engaging hands-on exhibits.

Suria KLCC Shopping Mall

Suria KLCC Panoramic View

What to see at Suria KLCC mall

Some interesting exhibits worth mentioning are a mock oil rig, helicopter flight simulator, and a prehistory in the geotime diorama. Of interest to both young and adult visitors are the demonstrations and interactive sessions at the science stations.

All in all, the Suria KLCC is a must-not-missed attraction in Kuala Lumpur.

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Photo credits: Uwe Schwarzbach, Luke Zeme, Ken Lee, Adhi Rachdian.

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