Shopping Mall near Platinum Suites

1. Starhill Gallery

As a pioneer in international luxury that delivers “a gallery of rich experiences” in KL, Starhill Gallery is easily recognisable with its distinctive façade of avant-garde architecture. This most upscale, luxury retail mall in Malaysia promises a shopping and dining experience like no other, with the ambient lighting, soft jazz music playing in the background and carpeted floors creating a red-carpet retail experience. The complex houses over 100 renowned luxury timepiece and jewellery brands and other contemporary designer labels, a spa and relaxation centre, as well as award-winning restaurants and exclusive cafes. You can still immerse in the grandeur and enjoy the window shopping experience in this complex even if you don’t have a thick wallet.

Starhill

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Starhill Gallery
Address: 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Business hours: Daily 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
Phone no.: 03-27823800

2. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

As a home to more than 700 retailers over seven floors, Pavilion KL is one of the most popular shopping malls located in the prime Bukit Bintang area. Its entrance features the tallest Liuli Crystal fountain in Malaysia, where coins tossed into the fountain are donated to charity. The mall houses almost all the mainstream retail brands, with the upmarket, international designer labels at Couture Pavilion and the reasonably-priced, mid-market international and local brands inside Pavilion KL. Besides that, Pavilion KL also has an excellent foot court (Gourmet Emporium), as well as many restaurants and eateries to choose a bite from. Visitors will never cease to be amazed by the impressive decorations staged during festive seasons.

Pavilion

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Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Address: 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Business hours: Daily 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
Phone no.: 03-21188833

 

3. Fahrenheit 88

Located directly opposite Pavilion KL, Fahrenheit 88 is one of the more modern shopping malls in the city centre, rebranded from the previous KL Plaza after undergoing extensive renovation works. Apart from the anchor flagship Malaysian store of the Japanese fashion retailer UNIQLO which occupies three floors of the complex, the mall plays host to wide variety of mid-range, vibrant boutiques aimed at young and trendy urbanites. A number of eateries scattered around the complex. There is a popular karaoke joint and a much-hyped food-themed Selfie Museum for entertainment.

Fahrenheit 88

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Fahrenheit 88
Address: 179, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Business hours: Daily 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
Phone no.: 03-27311863

4. Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square is an embodiment of convenience, for it houses over 1000 retail shops and 65 food outlets where visitors are spoilt for the wide array of merchandises that cater to every need at a reasonable price. The mall is famous for its affordable apparels and accessories from a wide selection of mid-range international names, as well as the local brands. The food court which offers a wide variety of cuisines at cheap prices is a hit with many visitors. It also features an extensive portfolio of entertainment offerings, ranging from cinema, bowling alley, amusement rides, laser tag, escape room to the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia covering a staggering area of 133,000 square feet! Free high-speed wi-fi is also available mall-wide.

Berjaya Times Square

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Berjaya Times Square
Address: 1, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Business hours: Daily 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
Phone no.: 03-21173111

5. Zhongshan Building at Kampung Attap

This is not your usual shopping mall. The complex consists of three interconnected shophouses dating back to the 1950s, that once housed the Zhongshan Association, which is a frozen food supplier, now rejuvenated into an independent arts hub that houses artists of a variety of trades. Some of the carefully handpicked tenants in the building include OURArts Project gallery, Naiise, Tandang record store, Bogus Merchandise, Tintabudi, Balai Buku Raya, Piu Piu Piu and Tommy le Baker. Goods sold range from restored classic paperbacks and punk vinyl records to bespoke suits and songket wedding attire, all classic items that could be found in a traditional mall but presented with a twist. A review suggested that the best way to explore Zhongshan Building is not by having a specific destination in mind, but simply exploring the nooks and crannies of the “hipster mall”.

The Zhongshan Building

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