The most famous shopping centre for tourists and Malaysians. It provides wide ranges of restaurants, boutiques, souvenirs etc.
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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I find this place very average, not much to look at, food is so-so, clothes are expensive and unattractive, etc. I did not even enjoy window shopping at this place. The Aquaria admission fee was affordable and I found it so-so as well especially since there were no dolphins (huge disappointment).
There are many better places to shop and hang around at KL. It is very crowded so it feels stuffy and small, which I do not like. Maybe I did not explore around enough as I really did not find anything interesting here.
I'm not much of a shopper. This however doesn't stop me from taking a stroll through KLCC. There's really nothing much to dislike about this place. The foods are great, the people are friendly and the atmosphere is very lively.
However, I wouldn't recommend anyone to shop here unless they have a very loaded pocket. Those clothes are very expensive for me and although they are branded, I do not think it justify the steep price tag. Sure, the materials might be more comfortable, but you could still find comfort in a store that sells RM15 - 20 clothes.
Still, if you want a place to sit back and hang with your friend, would totally recommend this place. My favorite part would be that you could just walk around here for hours and not feel bored at all and I guess that's what malls are about.
So all in all, a good place to chill, hang out and window shopping with friends and family.
I love shopping centres that has sensible design for shoppers to navigate around and this is one of those! Even on my first visit, I have no problem finding the famous Nasi Lemak restaurant located on the top floor or a small cookie shop. They had all the snack offerings arranged at the escalator, such evil design for the dieting crowd!
The toilets are cleaner than most other shopping centres. There are many range of shops from fashion to toys to services. This is the place where you can bring your family to spend half a day and there is something for everyone.
Suria KLCC is a place that i have been countless amount of times due to the face that it's easily accessible via the LRT. The only reason I come here a lot before is either to meet up with online buyers/sellers and hang out with friends but nothing more. Why? Simple. Everything there is expensive!
Food aside, I remember going to an Armani store with a friend and saw a shirt that costs RM1200. I could buy a PS3 and still have leftover money. It didn't help when all the other fashion stores were of the upper-class brand like Gucci or LaCoste. In a nutshell, I would probably not go to this place for the sake of shopping, ever.
This is the place to a person who really fond in shopping or maybe addicted to a shopping. In Suria KLCC, I can’t predict at all when exactly the place would be less people. 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 flavours 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!
Located in the vicinity of the Petronas Twin towers, the complex becomes a great place for tourists and locals alike to shop at any day of the week. It doesn't matter how far away I stay as I can easily reach this place via LRT. This makes it super convenient as I don't have to worry about getting lost or stuck in a traffic jam if I Were to go by car or bus.The Twin Towers is a symbol of Malaysia and is a spectacular sight to behold in person.
The complex itself has multiple floors for shoppers to walk and buy anything that catches their eyes. It is almost always crowded so you need to be ready to face it. IF you are every hungry,, you can go to the food court which offers a variety of great local food. I love eating there as I'm not from KL so there are many dishes which are cooked differently and I Could enjoy as much as I can without worry of over spending.
I enjoy coming to KLCC because I feel a deep sense of pride knowing that I am standing inside our nation's national symbol.
I loved the fact that this mall is connected to the LRT, makes it accessible for those who commutes with public transportation.
KLCC is always packed, expect more during weekends. When you're here, do consider to pay a visit to Petrosains. You can learn a lot and will love this place even if you're not a Science geek at heart.
The food court offers some good food too. Be sure to have your meal overlooking the park, it's really a nice view. But as usual, it's always full most of the time.
What makes KLCC famous is its location, next to the well known Petronas Twin Towers. A must place to go for tourists!
It is crowded even at weekdays. Most of the time, the mall is filled with foreign tourist and businessman. KLCC is one of the high end shopping center where you can find almost every expensive brand in the mall. You can not deny that the food there is expensive as their target customers are most likely tourists, expatriates and businessman. If you do not plan to drive there, take the LRT where they have an underground tunnel that linked up most of the surrounding building. Be extra careful of your belongings as I do not really feel it is safe in middle of crowd.
Located right at the heart of the city, it is truly a place to visit as it boasts a host of attractions. There is always something interesting happening here. The KLCC park is there for you to relax and unwind in the greeneries. A great place for a family day out in Aquaria or Petrosains. Shopaholics can shop till they drop with their wide ranging retail brands.
Although the prices here for everything might be quite steep as it mainly caters to tourist or expatriates but sometimes you might just find something at a bargain price at some of the stores. Another major down side would be the exorbitant car park rates. But you can just get here easily and cheaply by using the LRT.
Suria KLCC is a shopping mall located beneath the Petronas Twin Towers. This makes a great destination for tourists. Just in front of the main entrance there's a park and also jet water fountains which makes it a nice place to hang out.
On the other hand it is very crowded most of the time and really hard to walk around during the weekends and holidays. Try to take the LRT to move around as the taxi drivers don't use meters. On national holidays like Hari Raya, the place will be filled with foreign labourers and makes you feel like you're in another country.