Malaysia is a country famous for its financial hub Kuala Lumpur, beaches, nature, panoramic views, local markets, and malls. The malls in Malaysia are, well huge! Every mall has its own unique way and attraction that bewitches the visitors to visit the malls again and again.  Malls here, are much more than just plain shopping, they depict European architecture, international to local boutiques, gaming arcades, and majestic interiors, they are no less than a marvelous destination. Malaysia is a country of culture and diversity and covers every aspect, making the country a perfect vacation destination.

Top 8 Malaysia Malls That Will Awestruck You  

The malls in Malaysia are gigantic with a large number of stores and different other facilities. They are no less than a tourist attraction.

1. Paradigm Mall

Paradigm Mall

It is a new suburban mall and has over  100 fashion stores. The layout of the mall is quite similar to other malls in the Golden Triangle. This mall has mid-market international brands such as Springfield and local boutiques as well. But the thing that makes this mall stand out is the indoor activities. Paradigm Mall is pretty family-friendly and has zones specially designed for kids. This mall also has stores for digital stuff like phones, cameras, etc. The number of restaurants in the mall is so huge that even if you spend a month dining here, you would not have to repeat the same place twice! Isn’t this great news for all the foodies about there. This complex is every bit of perfection and satisfaction. From local boutiques to international brands and kids zone to digital zone, and of course the chain of eateries, the mall has everything that will compel you to visit it again and again.

Location: 1, Jalan SS7/26A, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya

Timings: Opens at 10 AM and closes at 10 PM (Sunday- Friday); 10 AM – 10:30 PM ( On Saturdays)


  • Games arcade
  • Gym
  • Fashion Stores
  • Restaurants
  • 9- screen movie theatre

2. Setia City Mall

Setia City Mall

This mall is a joint venture between Malaysian property developers. Setia City Mall houses an alfresco dining precinct, an exceptional kid’s play zone, a waterjet plaza, and almost 11 acres of parks. These are the facilities that give this mall its uniqueness. Apart from these, this complex also has leading local and international retailers, giving you fashionable experience of shopping in Malaysia. Setia City received Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority Green Mark Gold Award, the only mall in Malaysia to receive such an honor and accolade. It is spread over 740000 square meters of land and caters to over 240 retailers and a vast parking area. This 4-level mall is the spot of choice for shopping.

Location: Persiaran Setia Dagang, Setia Alam, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Timings: Opens at  10 AM and closes at 10 PM


  • Baby stroller rental
  • Complimentary gift wrapping
  • Disabled access tours
  • Motorized power shopper rental
  • Sustainability tours
  • ATM
  • Bank
  • Car Wash
  • Money changer
  • Surau

3. Suria KLCC

Suria KLCC

All the malls in Kuala Lumpur are splendid and this mall is one of them. Suria KLCC is the epitome of retail experience. The mall is spread over an area of 1 million square feet. This humongous mall caters to kore that 360 specialty stores all under one roof. The mall lies at the foot of Petronas Twin Tower, and is so, the best mall in Malaysia. The mall became the talk of the country as soon as it was opened (in 1999). It has a modern design, yet it features little reminiscent of classical European malls. The malls also cater to plenty of greens, geometric white marble floor, and exposed glass panels that let the natural sun rays enter the complex. Every store in the mall has a charm of its own, say for instance some stores have high arched ceilings and some have low ceilings with a unique touch or their own.

Location: 241, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Timings: Opens at 10 AM and closes at 10 PM


  • Concierge
  • Banking Services & ATM
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Mail Services
  • Parking
  • Toilets & Parent Room
  • Prayer Room / Surau
  • Wheelchair

4. Pavilion Mall

Pavilion Mall

This is just another name for luxury in the country. It is the ultimate shopping paradise of Malaysia. The malls bring in the perfect blend of international and local retails. Pavilion Mall has more than 700 stores spread over the 10- level building. Situated in Kuala Lumpur, a hub for shopping, it is quite difficult to stand out, but when you look at this magnificent mall it seems almost effortless. The resembles an oversized Grecian Temple with post-modern pillars and houses 450 snazzy retails. You will find a crystal fountain in front of the entrance of the mall and it is tall!!! This mall is among top attractions in Kuala Lumpur, and is must visit shopping destination.

Location: Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia

Timings: Opens at 10 AM and closes at 10 PM


  • Dining and concierge counter
  • Baby Pram Facility
  • Buggy System
  • Entertainment
  • Shopping

5. Queensbay Mall

Queensbay Mall

It is home to mid-level restaurants, branded apparel stores digital stuff stores, and a large cinema complex. The is the biggest shopping complex in Penang and offers some of the best things to do in Malaysia. This five-story mall has 10 anchor tenants and over 500 stores. Bargainers this news is for you… you can now bargain in an air-conditioned complex. Yes, it is Queensbay mall that allows you to bargain. So, now you can shop avoid the prickling heat and tanning sun rays, at your own comfortable pace. It is one of the biggest shopping mall in Malaysia. The small is a waterfront complex, near the airport in Bayan Lepas. The mall is somewhat similar to Gurney Plaza but has newer retail complexes and many more stores.

Location: 100 Persiaran Bayan Indah, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang.

Timings: Opens at 10: 30 AM and closes at 10: 30 PM


  • Shopping
  • Dine-in
  • Entertainment
  • Electronics stores

6. Sunway Pyramid Mall

Sunway Pyramid Mall

Residing in the Klang Valley, this is a theme-based shopping mall in Malaysia. The complex is architecturally spellbinding. The mall was inspired by Egyptian pyramids, and has a lion standing guard at the entrance, and features two domes (the Orange Atrium and the Blue Atrium) in this magically magnificent expansion.

Sunway Pyramid may not be the largest mall in Malaysia but is certainly one of them. The layout is pretty complex. The mall has a clothing store, an entire floor is basically for teenagers, a large chain of eateries, and is just a 10-minute walk away from some of the best nightclubs of Kuala Lumpur. The whole mall is basically divided into two sections – the old wing and the new wing, only the old wing displays its an imitation from pyramids, rest of the mall is just like other whitewashed, full of the store, complex.

Location: 3, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya.

Timings: Opens at 10 AM and closes at 10 PM


  • Ice Rinks
  • Restaurants
  • Supermarket
  • Bookstore
  • Shopping
  • Entertainment
  • Games (archery, bowling alley, etc.)

7. The Gardens Mall

The Gardens Mall

The Gardens Mall is a premium six-story shopping haven. With more than 200 outlets selling top brands such a Louis Vuitton, Hermes, and many more. It is a top shopping mall in Malaysia and also houses two famous departmental stores – Robinsons from Singapore and Isetan from Japan.

It is worth calling a destination mall and is located just  7 km away from Petronas Twin Tower (it is one the most famous and finest places to visit in Malaysia). The mall opened in 2007 and is a facade of classic- brown paneled walls and faux greenery. The interiors of the malls have solid colors, sharp corners with sleek and straight lines resulting in a clean and open look. This is the perfect example of how elegant and understated some malls can be.

Location:  Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Timings: Opens at 10 AM and closes at 10 PM


  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Rooftop Bars
  • Dance clubs
  • Karaoke bar, Red Box
  • Entertainment

8. Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA

Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA

The mall is just 6 km away from the main airport of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. It is a factory outlet and is one of the top malls in Malaysia. Mitsui Outlet Park ( MOP) offers a myriad of upper-middle-class to high-end off seasoned brands. The mall has a commercial space of 24000 square meters and has 140 high-end and mid-range shopping stores selling clothes, sportswear, perfumes, accessories, household items, luggage, and cosmetics. This two-story mall attracts visitors with impressive discounts and a Japanese Speciality store that deals in handicrafts, ceramic, food-related stuff, and accessories. MOP was conceptualized by Japanese global architecture. It offers an array of scrumptious fare ranging from authentic Malay cuisines to western delights and food courts.

Location: Persiaran Komersial, KLIA, 64000 Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia

Timings: Opens at 10 AM and closes at 10 PM


  • Currency Exchange
  • FREE Shuttle Bus Services
  • Free Wifi Service
  • Tourist Privilege Pass
  • Flight Check-in Centre
  • Alteration Services
  • Stich N’ Fix
  • Prayer Room/Surau
  • Baby Room
  • ATM / CDM
  • Police Kiosk
  • Accessible Restroom

Malaysia malls are large with divine interiors and numerous stores. Standing out in the hub of shopping is difficult, and the malls here have left no stone to turn to make themselves stand out. The country of culture is famous for being a shopping hub. There are many things that you can do in the country and many places to visit as well. You can’t describe the mesmerizing feeling you get just by listening to the name of the country. Visiting Malaysia is in itself a relaxing achievement. With so much to offer, this country welcomes you with open arms and love. So, what are you waiting for? Book your flights to Malaysia today.


Q1. Which are the best malls in Malaysia?

Malaysia has over 50 malls, and every mall has its own specialty and uniqueness. The best malls in Malaysia are: –

  • Suria KLCC
  • 1 Utama Shopping Centre
  • Pavilion Mall
  • Queensbay Mall
  • The Gardens Mall

Q2. How many malls are there in Kuala Lumpur?

Malaysia has over 50 malls and out of them over 20 malls are in Kuala Lumpur. The city is a hub for shopping complexes. The malls here are majorly around the Golden Triangle and have marvelous and splendid interiors as well as exteriors.

Q3. What facilities are available at Suria KLCC?

Facilities available at Suria KLCC are: –

  • Concierge
  • Banking Services & ATM
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Mail Services
  • Parking
  • Toilets & Parent Room
  • Prayer Room / Surau
  • Wheelchair

Q4. Is bargaining possible in Malaysia?

Yes, there are many markets in Malaysia that allow you to bargain, and not only the street markets but some malls as well. To try bargaining at the mall you can visit Queensbay Mall.

Q5. Which are the best street markets in Malaysia?

The best street markets in Malaysia are: –

  • Gaya Street Sunday Marke
  • Wakaf Che Yeh Pasar Malam
  • Central Marke
  • Hin Bus Pop-Up Sunday Marke
  • Petaling Stree
  • Taman Bandar Baru
  • Satok Weekend Marke
  • Ulu Melaka

Q6. How do I reach Paradigm Mall?

The easiest way to get to Paradigm Mall is by LRT: alight at the Kelana Jaya station and hop on the free shuttle bus (Rapid KL E011) to the mall.

Q7. Are there any night markets in Malaysia?

Yes, there are night markets in Malaysia. Some night markets that you must visit are: –

  • Chow Kit
  • Taman Connaught
  • Kampung Baru
  • Jalan Masjid India

Q8. Which are the best malls in Kuala Lumpur?

Kuala Lumpur is a haven for shopaholics and has over 20 malls. The best malls that you should visit in the city are: –

  • The Gardens Mall
  • Pavilion Mall
  • Suria KLCC
  • Sungei Wang Plaza
  • Mid Valley Megamall