Suria KLCC

Suria KLCC is the No. 1 shopping attractions of Malaysia tours. It is situated at the prestigious business centre of Kuala Lumpur City Centre - KLCC. It offers a large number of goods and services to entertain and pamper the desires of customers starting from fashion, entertainment, arts and culture, local delicacy to international gastronomes.

Suria Shopping Centre Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Office Kuala Lumpur

It is surrounded by hotels, office buildings, a beautiful park and dancing sprays, promising hours of relaxing enjoyment. The excitement hits you the minute you step into the exciting luxury and variety of the centre.

There is at all times something for everybody here. There are 6 levels of retail outlets suria. Every level has a unique personality and approach. Several anchor tenants such as Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village and Signatures Level 2 Food Court.

Other means occupants are Marks & Spencer and Rasa Food Arena. Destinations shop such Pucuk Rebung and Aseana are located exclusively. Others are shopping, restaurants, cafes, entertainment, leisure, home decor, a concert hall, an art gallery and a science discovery centre.

The Suria KLCC has customer-friendly facilities. Those are including well-trained customer service staff, taxi, and bus stops, ample parking bays, a post office which opens throughout weekends, a Bureau de Change, a cobbler, a locksmith, florist and ATM centers.


Isetan - It is the Japanese departmental store company is one of the anchor tenants of Suria KLCC, taking up a vertical space of five floors equal to the height of Suria KLCC. Luxury goods and fashionable wear labels such as Dior, Celine, DKNY, Calvin Klein and Polo Ralph Lauren has store-in-store flagships within Isetan. The department store is frequented by Japanese, Korean, Singaporean tourists as well as local shoppers for the assorted types of goods and brands.

Parkson – It is a locally incorporated multinational retailer. It features mainly middle to high-end collections, by both foreign and renowned-local fashion designers. Sisley, United Colours of Benetton, Timberland and Pierre Cardin are among the brands retailed. It sells a range of European-made handbag collections.

Kinokuniya - It is a Japanese bookstore. It has a large branch in Suria KLCC. It occupies two floors and faces the pool outside the centre. It incorporates the usual functions of a book store and also features a cafe. It sells books mainly in English, Chinese and also some Malay ones, reflective of Malaysia's multicultural diversity.

TGV Cinemas – The Tanjong Village Cinemas located on the third floor .The Tanjong Village Cinemas is the largest TGV multiplex in Kuala Lumpur with 12 screens, 2400 seats, and THX certified halls. It is the Malaysian film exhibition industry.

Marks & Spencer – It is The British-based retailer's flagship store. It is located on the Ramlee mall section. Marks & Spencer KLCC sells its full-clothing line. It includes children-wear, appetizing cookies, tea and other British staples.

Cold Storage Supermarket - Located in Park Mall (Concourse) level. It serves as a quality supermarket selling foreign-imported daily staples and provisions. It has dedicated sections for wine and cold meat.

Bata shoes – Located at third floor. The store not only has it own brand shoes but also has a good range of much soughed brands such as Reebock, Nike, Addidas etc. The store has every kind of shoes for men, women and kids.

How to go there It is accessible from Kuala Lumpur International Airport via KL Sentral. Other connections are by direct metro link from KL Sentral with the Kelana Jaya Line to KLCC LRT Station. If you travel by car it can accessed from Jalan Ampang, Jalan P. Ramlee, and Jalan Kia Peng. This shopping mall has a dedicated taxi rank, bus stop, and over 5000 under cover parking spaces.


On the 4th floor is Science Discovery Centre or Petrosains. It is designed as a modern interactive way a story of science and technology of the petroleum industry. The idea and content not only revolve in particular around petroleum science, but also the entire aspects of general sciences.


It is art gallery which was established in 1993 by Malaysia’s national oil company Petronas. The Galeri Petronas is to support the development and protection of arts in the country. It serves as a venue for fine arts exhibition for both local and international artists. Admission is free of charge.


The hall is a concert hall in Suria KLCC which is the home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. The interesting part is the ceiling. The ceiling of the hall is of acoustically transparent material. On top of this visible ceiling exists an adjustable ceiling which is acoustically reflective. This means the hall itself can be "tuned" prior to a performance, making it the largest instrument in any orchestra holding a concert within it. The next largest instrument in the hall is a Klais pipe organ which features 4,740 pipes.

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