Suria KLCC, located at the foot of the famous Petronas Twin Towers, can be considered a shopping haven to local and overseas shoppers. It is one of the top shopping malls in Malaysia.A leading mall, Suria KLCC houses mostly premier brands such as Gucci, Coach, Karen Millen and Paul Smith, as well as the boutique of a Malaysian-born designer, Jimmy Choo, which needs no further introduction.Suria KLCC consists of 6 floors, and besides being just a shopping mall, it also holds educational purposes. There is Aquaria, an underwater aquarium and Petrosains Discovery Centre which allows visitors to embrace the science knowledge. Developed by KLCC Property Holdings, there is a food court as well as other restaurants and cafes in Suria KLCC. Convenient as it is, the cost of living around the area is pricey, not to mention the rental rates.Other properties under possession of KLCC Property Holdings are namely Petronas Twin Towers , Maxis Tower, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, and Menara ExxonMobil. Suria KLCC is easily accessible, especially by public transportation. To reach there, RapidKL offers a variety of routes and LRT makes a stop here too. It is also accessible by traveling from Jalan P Ramlee, Jalan Ampang and Jalan Kia Peng.
Name: Suria KLCC
Developer: KLCC Property Holdings
Completion Date: 1998
Type: Shopping Mall
No. of Blocks: 1
No. of Storey: 6
Baby strollers and wheelchairs available for use
Having located in the Golden Triangle and being Malaysia's leading tourist attraction, rental in Suria KLCC is of no doubt skyscraping high. The management has increased the rental rates recently, causing several offices to move to other locations. There have also been rumors that there is a law suit from its tenant.However, shop lots in Suria KLCC are assured of a higher flow of potential customers compared to other shopping destinations, as Kuala Lumpur is the main target of sophisticated shoppers in search of high-end quality clothing. The shopping mall also houses a few of the boutiques that do not have any branches elsewhere in Malaysia.