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Suria KLCC Mall, a huge six-level crescent-shaped shopping mall, opened on May 8th, 1998 nestled at the foot of the world's tallest buildings. The shopping centre forms the base of the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers located in the heart of the capital. Suria KLCC - "suria" means sunshine in Bahasa Malaysia language - has one million square feet (93,000 square metres) of space with 80 percent already leased. 653,000 visitors were expected to pass through the shopping centre each week.
Robinson & Co, the franchise holder for Marks & Spencer in Malaysia and Singapore, opened a 30,000 sq ft Marks & Spencer outlet in the new mall, its biggest in Malaysia. Other big department stores at Suria KLCC include Isetan and Amsteel Corp Bhd's Parkson Grand. Vendome Luxury Group Plc is opening Alfred Dunhill, Montblanc and Seeger outlets, while the Melium Group is opening boutiques such as Hugo Boss and Etienne Aigner. Together they form a group of 270 specialty stores and a Scotts Picnic Food Court along with Tanjong Golden Village cinemas as the entertainment anchor.
Amongst the prominent features of Suria KLCC Mall include a spacious centre court (as shown above), natural lighting from skylight, landscaped walkways, amenities for the disabled and parent rooms, drop-off points, ample parking (5,000 bays), dedicated service tunnel, ample service lifts, and a crescent-shaped structure aimed at maximum storefront exposure.
Entrance for LRT commuters and people from the car park area. Presents an exciting mix of impulse items, sportswear, accessories, photographic equipment and supplies, books as well as fast food outlets.
Features a collection of high fashion labels complemented by elegant cafes fronting the 50-acre park.
Major stores of 4,000 square feet and more featuring international active wear and diffusion lines.
Houses well-known children's labels, book stores and collectables and the 1,200-seat Scotts Picnic Food Court.
An entertainment and leisure level.
Houses a 300-seat local food court and theme restaurants.