Suria KLCC is Malaysia’s premier shopping destination located in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre. It offers an array of goods and services to please and pamper the needs of shoppers from fashion, entertainment, arts and culture to local delicacies and international gourmets.
Set in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, Suria KLCC is surrounded by hotels, office buildings, a scenic park and the KLCC Lake Symphony Fountains, promising hours of leisurely pleasure. It also provides a unique combination of nature, arts and culture, and education set against peaceful surroundings and state-of-the-art amenities. Galeri PETRONAS featuring various art exhibits and PETROSAINS, an interactive Science Discovery Centre are located in Suria KLCC. The centre is also linked to the world-class Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS, the country’s 864 seats concert hall.
There are six levels of retail outlets, each level of a distinctive character and style. Anchor tenants are Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village and Marks & Spencer. Stores unique to Suria KLCC include Alexander McQueen, DIOR Homme, Boggi Milano, Chanel, Brioni, Coach Men, Mont Blanc, Rolex, Giorgio Armani, Farah Khan, Aseana, Kinokuniya, De Beers, Balenciaga, MaxMara, Harrods, Harrods Café, Patek Philippe, Versace Collection, French Sole, Carolina Herrera, M Marini and Dolce & Gabbana.
Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur
Set between the flowering gardens of the City Centre Park and the dramatic heights of the PETRONAS Twin Towers, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur (MOKL Hotel) is a five-star luxury hotel with impressive views, fabulous facilities and a convenient central location.
An epitome of luxury, the 32-storey MOKL Hotel has 632 rooms, including 41 suites and 40 serviced apartments that are elegantly furnished and fitted with finest amenities. It also offers meeting and convention facilities as well as function rooms.
The hotel has five restaurants serving a range of cuisines, three bars and a bakery. The facilities include a spa, a fitness centre, an outdoor infinity pool, tennis courts and indoor golf simulators.
To-date, MOKL Hotel completed the refurbishment of the lobby, upgrading of the ballrooms, all day dining, lounge, club floors, meetings areas and the recreational facilities. In 2016, MOKL Hotel commenced the final phase of the renovation addressing the guest rooms.
Kompleks Dayabumi is an integrated office development with complementary retail podium located within the former Central Business District of Kuala Lumpur. The building comprises a 36-storey purpose-built office building (known as Menara Dayabumi) and a parcel of contiguous commercial land which was previously the site of City Point podium. The City Point podium was demolished in 2015 to make way for the proposed Dayabumi Phase 3 development.
Menara Dayabumi has undergone several asset initiatives to rejuvenate the more than 30-year-old building, which will bode well with the River of Life Project under the Government’s Transformation Programme. To-date, Menara Dayabumi has seen the upgrading of the lift lobbies and common areas, upgrading of the MISC Recreational Club, auditorium, development of the new corporate lobby and the renovation of retail area.
In 2016, conversion of the atrium spaces into additional office areas was completed and this marked the completion and refurbishment of Menara Dayabumi which enhanced the positioning of this building as a prime Grade-A office building.
Menara Maxis is a 49-storey modern office building located adjacent to the PETRONAS Twin Towers and Suria KLCC. Completed in the first quarter of 1998, Menara Maxis is the headquarters of the Tanjong Public Limited Company group of companies, Maxis Communications Berhad and their associate companies.
With its elegantly curved façade fronting Jalan Ampang, Menara Maxis provides 49,054 sq. m. of net lettable office space area. Glazed with sun-shades, the building is a tall slender structure with floors that set back towards the top of the building at levels 37, 39, 42 and 45 to create a “stepping” effect. Above the 37th floor, the building creates a unique series of terraces that provide the occupants with a dramatic and breathtaking view of the KLCC Park. The building incorporates a unique “porte cochere” at the front entrance supported by four internally-lit columns.
Lot D1 is a vacant commercial land located adjacent to Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur. It has a land area of 5,726 square metres.