City Attractions

  • Royal Selangor Golf Club
    • The RSGC is a 45-hole golf course set in lush parkland in the heart of the city. Founded in 1893, it established golf in the country and hosts international tournaments. The RSGC has 6,000 Members including royalty, cabinet ministers, diplomats, corporate leaders, professionals and people from various walks of life.
  • Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club
    • The Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC) is located in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur. It has a 150,000 square ft clubhouse equipped with restaurants, swimming pool, tennis courts, squash court, gym, bowling alley, billiard room, a golf academy, 3-tier driving range, karaoke lounge and a 36 hole championship golf course.
  • Petronas Towers
    • The tallest twin office towers in the world and, for a while, the world’s tallest building. The Sky Bridge between the towers at 41st floor is open to the public. Tower One is taken up entirely by Petronas. In Tower 2, Bloomberg, Boeing, Al Jazheera, Reuters, McKinsey and Microsoft have offices.
  • Great Eastern Mall
    • Great Eastern Mall adjoins Menara Great Eastern, on Jalan Ampang. The mall is a favourite embassy neighbourhood complex that offers a wide variety of shopping outlets including restaurants, boutiques and a supermarket.
  • Suria KLCC
    • Located at the base of the Petronas Towers this shopping complex is one of the largest in Asia. It covers 6 floors, with anchor tenants Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village, Signatures Level 2 Food Court and Marks and Spencer. There are luxury goods and fashion shops, cafes, restaurants, a 12 screen cinema, a concert hall, an art gallery, and a Science Discovery Centre.
  • Jalan Bukit Bintang – Bintang Walk
    • The Golden Triangle’s foremost shopping district is Jalan Bukit Bintang. There is a mixture of shops and malls on the street. Most are found along the section called Bintang Walk from Lot 10 to the JW Marriott Hotel.
  • Starhill Gallery
    • Adjacent to JW Marriott Hotel, this stylishly designed, one-stop, six-storey shopping mall is one of the newer takes on the many shopping complexes in the city. You will find international names offering clothes, jewellery, timepieces, accessories, leather goods and designer items.
  • The Pavilion
    • The latest addition to the densely populated shopping district of Bukit Bintang. The chic mall houses mostly designer stores, a Golden Screen Cinema complex and the popular food court – Food Republic. The Pavilion is at the eastern end of Bintang Walk , just across from the Starhill Gallery and JW Marriot Hotel.
  • Lot 10
    • This huge upmarket shopping mall, with its distinctive green and blue striped facade, has lots of trendy restaurants where the city’s hip crowds hang out. Its anchor tenant, Isetan, takes up a portion of the floors. Here, you can buy all things Japanese. There is high concentration of boutiques and gift shops, as well as branded apparel, accessories, sports gear. Exclusive designer shops are on the top floor.
  • Berjaya Times Square
    • The largest shopping mall in Malaysia with 700 individual outlets and the largest IMAX Theater in South East Asia. Included too is Cosmo’s World, Malaysia’s biggest indoor theme park filled with rides, live performances, theme shops, snack outlets and a games area.
  • Low Yat Plaza
    • The place for anything related to computer software, hardware, electrical & electronics products, audio-visual equipment, hand phones, digital cameras, gadgets and gizmos. Its range and its spacious IT Hypermarket make it comfortable to browse around.
  • Sungei Wang Plaza
    • Notable for branded clothing for teenagers, fashion accessories, DVDs, souvenirs, household decorative items and more. The ground floor is a good place for cell phones.
  • The Midvalley Megamall
    • A popular complex near Bangsar, it has over 400 shops, a cinema, a modern bowling center, a convenient IT center, two food courts, and a large bookstore.