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Exploring Suria KLCC Shopping Centre

Situated at the bottom of the famous Petronas Twin Towers in KLCC is the six storey Suria KLCC Mall. As one of the newest malls in Malaysia, the first floor is dedicated to the most prestigious labels fashion has to offer where tourists and locals alike flock. Some shops even have waiting lists. Don’t worry however, it’s not all designers here, there are also two department stores and a selection of reasonably priced shops along with two food courts.


Accommodations near Suria KLCC Shopping Centre

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Sightseeing near Suria KLCC Shopping Centre

- Pavilion Kuala Lumpur


This huge shopping mall is located in the trendy Bukit Bintang district and offers shoppers a great experience. With over 500 retail shops selling everything from fashion to home decoration to entertainment, you are sure to have a great time. Of course, the culinary options offered are also plentiful so shoppers will leave with a full belly as well.


- University of Malaya


The University of Malaya is the oldest and most respected university in Malaysia. It is a public research university that was founded in 1949 and offers courses in a wide range of academic courses.


Transportation near Suria KLCC Shopping Centre

The most convenient means of getting around is by taxi, which can be affordably chartered to any destination in the metropolitan area. It is best to insist that drivers use the meter. The public bus system, headlined by Rapid KL lines, has become more accessible in recent years, but the easiest means of getting around is still the light rail transit (LRT), with routes connecting all the major districts and suburbs.


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