Best Shopping Mall Kuala Lumpur Malaysia: Suria KLCC Walking Tour


Best Shopping Mall Kuala Lumpur Malaysia: Suria KLCC Walking Tour. Suria KLCC is considered to be one of the best shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur. It was opened in May 1998 by KLCC Property Holdings Berhad and was conceived as part of the Petronas Twin Towers Project. Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, KLCC is the most iconic premier shopping destination in Malaysia with a retail area of 140,000 square meters and more than 300 specialty stores within 6 levels.

Suria KLCC Mall
KLCC, Lot 241 Level 2 Suria,
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operational Hours: Daily 10AM – 10PM

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  1. Joy Amin 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    you are an angel for uploading this. Msia had been my home for 19 years, then i got back to my country.havent visited in 4 years. missed it so bad. watching klcc brought back so many memories. i can see man new shops.thank you so much sir

  2. Lai Roz 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    Whoever go to KLCC should also to petrosains in level 6. Its a good place for kid education (adult as well) you can see how Malaysia educate science, oil and gas technology towards to their small kids

  3. nidhidubey97 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    What a wonderful coverage of each nd every corner of the mall . Good going 👍really loved it nd first time commenting on any youtube video😂. Thnx 🙏

  4. Ryan Nesh 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    Check out Sunway Pyramid or One Utama malls. Those are better and more localised. More variety too.

  5. Uuu Iii 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    When to klcc most family missed or skipped the wondrful but very cheap Petrosains or petroscience…. shame

  6. Javarix Takteritrix 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    KLCC is a really nice mall. Looks like you're towering over everyone with the camera view haha, how tall are you Lord? Good video, thanks for sharing.

  7. Charles tjo Chsrles T 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    u may go to the 1 utama mall or the mid-valley mall,the 2 largest mall in kl,both accessible my MRT

  8. Nitz Fitz 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    Thank you for the walking tour, lots of high end stores, as always you take us to the best places😊👍

  9. alanlua 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    Nice video and thanks for showing us around. You might want to visit Lot 10, another mall in Bukit Bintang, as there are lots of good food in there, from the Hu Tong food court in the basement to the top floor featuring Japanese restaurants from Japan. Jalan Alor, the Pavilion Mall, Starhill gallery and many restaurants and entertainment outlets are closeby. The MRT stops directly outside the mall, the station is Bukit Bintang; just take the LRT from Dang Wangi (If that's the closest from your place and transfer at Pasar Seni to the KL MRT line). Alternatively, there is also a KL Monorail stop beside the mall (also called Bukit Bintang Station), just walk to the Bukit Nanas KL Monorail station, which is about a 10 minutes from the Dang Wangi LRT station under a covered walkway and head directly to Bukit Bintang. The Masjid Jamek/ Central Market/ Chinatown area is also nice to visit, especially in the evening when the river is lit up. The Bangsar area is home to many nice restaurants and trendy cafes too. It's also nice to visit one of the many skybars to take a look at the skyline in the evening.

  10. Missing_Link 24 June, 2020 at 17:01 Reply

    Great camera work 👍. Judging from the crowded food court, I think you did this during peak lunch hour. But even at other times KLCC always has good crowd because of the LRT station below it and the two large office blocks (the Petronas Twin Towers) above it plus the constant stream of tourists and shoppers (two well stocked supermarkets at the basement floor). Many first timers to KL don't realise KLCC is connected to the Pavilion mall at Bukit Bintang by a covered and air-conditioned underground and overhead pedestrian walkway – about 15-minute walk.

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