Step into Suria KLCC and you’ll be greeted by a range of new retailers where former anchor tenant Parkson used to be. Spread across three floors, a mix of national and international stores take up the 100,340 square foot area located in Ramlee Mall, offering a wide range of products and services.
“With this redevelopment, Suria KLCC has officially marked its milestone by bringing in many ‘first’ stores to the market, making a difference with other malls and enhancing Suria KLCC’s position as the leading retail shopping centre in Kuala Lumpur,” said Suria KLCC CEO Andrew Bien. He added that additional stores in the new section will be opened in later stages.
Among the exclusive outlets now operational are French luxury and perfume brand Givenchy, which makes its mark with the first and only stand-alone boutique in Southeast Asia. Italian brand Guccy Beauty also arrives with its first stand-alone store in Malaysia, offering premium lipsticks and perfumes, while cosmetics giant Estee Lauder opens its first flagship store in the country complete with five interactive counters.
A facelifted Louis Vitton will be one of the major draws on the Ground Floor, while one level up lies Le Labo, home to artisanal scents and equipped with a lab that can create made-to-order fragrances. Have your own scent designed that nobody else in the world has!
If you’re looking to deck out your new place or enhance your current home, make sure to swing by COS which features minimal décor and curated custom furniture.
The expansion of the mall’s Signature Food Court on Level Two sports a contemporary look making it one of the city’s trendiest food halls. Among the new vendors here are Malaysia’s first and world’s biggest 108 Matcha Saro, a haven for greed tea lovers, and Mad Mex – the Aussie food chain that champions Mexican flavours.
Local favourites are represented by much-loved franchise Serai, where you can dine on everything from Malaysian fusion to Nyonya, and Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers for serious comfort food.
The older part of Signature Food Court is currently under refurbishment and will also welcome new vendors when it launches later in the year.
Taking pride of place on Level Two are a range of homegrown brands offering among others Muslim lifestyle products such as dUCk, Sofia Iman and SK (Siti Khadijah) Lifestyle. Meanwhile, APOM (A Piece Of Malaysia) is the perfect place to pick up something quintessential Malaysian designed with the modern shopper in mind.
The highly anticipated stand-alone BAPE store will be opening later in the year, offering a wide range of the Bathing Ape brand including men’s, women’s and kid’s gear. Get ready also for the world’s first BAPE Café which will have a few culinary surprises up its sleeve.
Those that love a good cup of Joe will be happy to know that iconic Japanese brand Omotesando Koffee is arriving at Suria KLCC soon, while the famed Chinese restaurant Dragon-i opens up its first pork-free outlet in Malaysia.
Finally, celebrity chef David Rocco makes his global restaurant debut at Suria KLCC, named after his hit show Dolce Vita. Here you’ll be able to taste the best of Italy with recipes from all around the country including Naples, Florence, Sicily and more.
Suria KLCC remains one of the nation’s favourite malls and continues to innovate with these exciting new offerings. The mall has also taken numerous measures in line with the new norms including robust cleaning schedules of public areas, body temperature checks at various locations and strategic placement of hand sanitisers throughout the premises.