Stay at Grand Seasons Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, and explore Kuala Lumpur! Be spoiled for choices on retail and cultural hub, all within driving distance.
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Suria KLCC is the most iconic premier shopping destination in Malaysia. With more than 300 specialty stores, Suria KLCC offers an exclusive blend of renowned international fashion brands, flagship stores, and unique concept stores and more it is the place to go for the best shopping, dining and entertainment experience.
At the heart of the trendy Bukit Bintang district lies the retail haven with over 550 outlets offers the finest fashion and home furnishing to entertainment and culinary delights. Let the endless appeal of Malaysia’s premier shopping destination awaken your senses the moment you arrive at its doorstep.
Sunway Putra Mall
Sunway Putra Mall is strategically located in the central business district of Kuala Lumpur in one of the most vibrant hubs of the city. Overlooking the international Putra World Trade Centre, the mall enjoys superb access and provides an exciting place to shop catering to the surrounding businesses and residents with its 8 levels shopping floors.
Sogo Shopping Mall
Sogo Shopping Mall Kuala Lumpur, set along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, is one of the oldest shopping venues in Kuala Lumpur city centre. It’s home to a massive department store that sells relatively affordable brands for anything from kitchenware, gadgets and home décor to handbags, shoes and clothes.
Central Market KL
Central Market is one of KL’s most familiar landmarks and a popular tourist attraction. Built in 1928, it is a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. Also called Pasar Seni, it used to be a simple wet market but in the early 1980s was revamped into a handicrafts outlet. The focus for the city’s artistic community, inside the building is a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local erchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more. Central Market is located on the opposite bank of the Dayabumi Complex and is an art-deco style building with local ‘Baroque’ trimmings.