Largest
shopping mall
in Sarawak
Longest
Shopping Mall
in Sabah
Shopping Mall
with Cleanest Toilet
in Sabah
 
 
Boulevard Mega Long Mall Suria Sabah  

Largest
shopping mall
in Sabah
First
Lifestyle mall
in Sarawak
Largest
shopping complex
in Tawau town
Largest
shopping mall
in Malaysia
1Borneo The Spring Eastern Plaza Berjaya Square

Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Times Square is the largest shopping mall in Malaysia. Anchor tenants including Borders Bookstore, Debenhams, and the largest DIGI IMAX Theatre in South East Asia.
http://www.timessquarekl.com

Because the lack of big lifestyle shopping mall in Sabah and Sarawak, over the years, East Malaysian have been craving for new, trendier, hippie, stylish, and bigger malls. With AirAsia's NOW EVERY ONE CAN FLY, East Malaysian began to  fly over to Kuala Lumpur.  This resulted in  bigger market for Kuala Linpur City where  major expansion of older malls, like 1-Utama and Sunway Pyramid. And new bigger malls like Bejaya Time Square and recently  The Garden and Pavillion KL.



 


 

 


Cosmo’s World Theme Park - the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia

Cosmo’s World Theme Park, the largest  in Malaysia,  has a size of 133,000 square feet and is one of the main attractions in Berjaya Times Square.

With 14 attractive rides, Cosmo’s World Theme Park is divided into 2 differently themed areas : "Galaxy Station" and "Fantasy Garden"

Cosmo’s World Theme Park is Located at the new Kuala Lumpur Berjaya Times Square

Time Square is an integrated retail, entertainment and leisure complex with Malaysia biggest indoor theme park. Easily accessible via the intra-city public transit system, KL Monorail,

Experience the IMAX 3D theatre and ride the roller coaster.



Cosmos World Theme Park is located on the

5th Level (Adult & Teenagers),

7th Level (Children & Family) and

8th Level (Kidztown) floors of the mall.

 

There are six adult thrill rides specially designed for the park. They are the heart-stopping roller coaster, the 30-metre high Spinning Orbit, Space Attack, Ooort’s Express, Diíiv lzzv and the DNA Mixer.




o The 800-metre long roller coaster nicknamed the Supersonic Odyssey give you the ride of your life! What makes it interesting is the viewing deck on the bridge connecting the 8th floor, where you board the ride, to the 9th floor overlooking the theme park. The roller coaster then loops around the bridge thus giving parents and friends a chance to see or photograph their kids riding the world’s longest indoor roller coaster which plunges from 13th floor to the 5th level before coming to a halt on the 7th floor. What a thrill!



o Another ride bound to leave you in a daze is the DNA Mixer loop the minds of 21 passengers at one go. Try getting off and you’ll be sure to lose all sense of direction!



o A milder yet equally exciting place for the kids to be is the Fantasy Garden. Created by Professor Cosmo and decorated with bright beautiful colours and small benches for the kids to rest when they are worn out from all that running around, there are 10 rides which children of all ages can enjoy. The Buddy-Go-Round carousel will definitely excite the youngsters whereas the rocking boat ride, Molly Cool’s Swing is sure to sway their minds.



o Families can also enjoy a smooth drive with their kids through a natural wonderland at the garden with the Botanic Drive ride. To top things off, Bumper Cars are also found in the garden to accommodate both children (Honey Bump) and adults (Robo Crash). Besides the rides, the children will be entertained by Professor Cosmo himself and together with his friends the garden will be filled with joy and laughter!



o The amusement does not stop there as the Kidz Castle is situated nearby for entertainment on stage and the children’s playground Kidz @ PlayGround is another place of restless fun! Berjaya Times Square KL is situated at the junction of Jalan Imbi and Jalan Pudu. It is right in the citys Golden Triangle and part of the Bukit Bintang shopping belt. It has 12 levels of leisure, entertainment and shopping, an IMAX 3D & 2D Theatre, 65 food and beverage outlets, 56-lane bowling centre and a 9-screen Cineplex. It also houses corporate offices, a hotel and serviced apartments in its two 45-storev tower block.
 

Below : Local map of Berjaya Times Square of Kuala Lumpur


 

Operation Hours

Monday – Friday

12 pm - 10 pm

Sat / Sun / Eve of Public Holiday / Public Holiday & School Holiday*

11 am - 10 pm


 

Monday to Friday

Sat / Sun / Eve of Public Holiday / Public Holiday & School Holiday

 

RM

Rm
Adults - Local with Mykad

32

37
           - Foreigners

38

43
Child   - Local with Mykid

22

27
           - Foreigners

28

33

Malaysia  shopping has rare treasures of the Orient, branded designer goods, and  intricate local handicrafts.

Malaysian handicrafts of local origin range from intricate silver, brass, and pewter items to pottery and rattan.


Imported items come from fashion centers of the world designer collections, jewellery, silk, pewter, elegant footwear, exclusive watches, optical items, and quality fabrics. Electrical appliances, electronic equipment, computers, and cameras are available too.


Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square - the largest shopping mall in Malaysia. Anchor tenants : Borders Bookstore, Debenhams, and the largest DIGI IMAX Theatre in South East Asia.
http://www.timessquarekl.com


Sunway Pyramid

Thematic Mall in Malaysia
http://www.sunway.com.my


The Suria KLCC Shopping Complex

Malaysia's premier shopping destination in Kuala Lumpur prestigious commercial address - the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).

Offers an array of goods and services  from fashion, entertainment, arts & culture to local delicacies and international gourmets.





1 Utama Shopping Centre
One of Malaysia’s top shopping destinations, 1 Utama Shopping Centre has something for everyone from shopping, dining and entertainment to nature. The Platinum Award recipient of the "Shopping Complex of the Year" Retail World Excellence Awards 2006-2007 and National Creativity & Innovation Award 2005 winner has achieved many ‘firsts’ in the industry such as a Sky Mall, tropical Rainforest within a shopping centre and the first home to many international fashion brands entering Malaysia.
http://www.1utama.com.my



Ampang Park
Malaysia's First Shopping Centre

Bangsar Shopping Centre
The Bangsar Shopping Centre is a prestigious neighborhood mall serving the communities of Bangsar, Damansara Heights, Kenny Hills, Sri Hartamas and the nearby Petaling Jaya areas.

 



Bintang Walk, KL
Bintang Kuala Lumpur is Asia's answer to the Champs Elysees in Paris and Knightsbridge in London. Located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, it's designed to bring life back to the city and the city back to life. The area includes two of KL's more up market shopping malls - Lot10 and Starhill Gallery, two five-star hotels JW Marriott and The Ritz Carlton, and the wildest mix of indoor and alfresco dining and entertainment spots
http://www.bintangwalk.com/trip.asp



Central Market
A host of local handicraft and other quirky souvenirs. It’s little wonder that this art deco market is top on every traveler's list. It offers a genuinely local feel and, most importantly, friendly prices. Amble past painters, sculptors, fortune-tellers and traders who have made their home in this former wet market. (Click here for more info)

Digital Mall Petaling Jaya

Mid Valley Megamall
A shopping centre with 430 shops on five floors located near Bangsar. Anchor tenants include Carrefour, Jusco and Metrojaya
http://www.midvalley.com.my



Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Pavilion_Kuala_Lumpur shopping mall will mirror the many facets of Malaysia and South_East_Asia whilst at the same time become the premier showcase of international lifestyle trends in relation to fashion, cuisine, urban leisure and more.
http://www.pavilion-kl.com



Plaza Low Yat
The techno-lifestyle centre at the heart of Kuala Lumpur city. You can shop for the latest IT gadgets and peripherals.

Sungei Wang Plaza
One of the most popular shopping centre in KL.
http://www.sungeiwang.com/



 



The Craft Cultural Complex, KL
Great venue for batik, rattan baskets and other traditional handicraft sourced from around the country. In fact, the complex’s main attraction is its community of artists and their workshops.
Tel: 03-2162-7459 Click here for more info

 


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