Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall

Shopping 1, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Published on: 21-04-2016

10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Berjaya Times Square (BTS) is one of the largest shopping malls in the world. It is a very popular shopping mall among tourists and locals alike.

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Why Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall is special ?

Berjaya Times Square, located in Jalan Imbi, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, is a 7.5 million-sq ft shopping mall in Malaysia that houses over a 1,000 shoplots, theme parks, cinemas, and more. Whether you're looking for excellent shopping experiences, luxury accommodations, business facilities, and restaurants, Berjaya Times Square has it all under one roof.

How to get to Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall?

By Rail

From KLIA

Take the ERL (Fee: RM35) from KLIA to KL Sentral, after which you can take the KL Monorail to the Imbi Station (Fee: RM1.60).

From KL Sentral

Those taking KTM Komuter trains and LRT trains to Berjaya Times Square can stop at KL Sentral, after which you can take the KL Monorail to Imbi Station (Fee: RM1.60).

By Bus

From KL Sentral

From Jalan Stesen Sentral 3, take the B112 towards Maluri, and stop off at Alliance Bank, Jalan Pudu (Fee: RM1). From there, take the U41 towards Bandar Sungai Long and stop in front of Berjaya Times Square. (Fee: RM1)

From KLCC

From KLCC, take the B103 towards Bukit Bintang and stop at Wisma Genting, Jalan Raja Chulan (Fee: RM1). From there, take the U35 towards Pandan Indah, and stop at Berjaya Times Square, Jalan Pudu (Fee: RM1)

From KLIA and LCCT

You can take a direct bus from KLIA (Fee: RM10) or LCCT (Fee: RM9) to KL Sentral, after which you could take the public buses as listed previously.

Selling points

  • Great to unload the kids and hubby while you shop
  • Decent and perfect shopping mall
  • Multiple floors for your shopping delight
  • Clean shopping centre with some new outlets
  • Huge mall with a lot of facilities inside
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
134.90 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
8 places

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1, Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Tips for you

  • There is a lot of places to eat in this mall, plus there are two foodcourts in this mall, one at the LG floor and 4th floor.
    Food
  • You can walk from Bukit Bintang to this shopping mall, and there is a elevated walkway that allows you to cross the busy Jalan Imbi.
    What to know
  • If you like shopping for bargains you will like it here. There is even a large funfair on one floor.
    What to know
  • You should not come here on weekends because you'll have no parking plus no where to walk once you actually get parking.
    Experience

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I stayed pretty close to Berjaya Times Square and I visited this mall quite frequently since I used to Imbi Monorail station quite often. Honestly speaking the outlook of the building can easily deceive you as being a very high end shopping mall but honestly everyone will find something to buy in here. The building not only serves as a mall but it has hotels, car parking (you can rent for weeks or months too), a small theme park for the kids. There are brand shops on the upper story floors as well. I also used the cyber cafe on level 8 which is basically a gaming zone but at least it served my purpose.

One of my favorite malls for clothes!!! I've actually bought many pieces of clothing here and if you know how and where to look, there are a lot of hidden gems around. I often find people claiming that Bangkok is the city of cheap, trendy clothes but I personally feel that what you can buy in Bangkok, you can get here too - minus the airfare and hotel cost! This is as good as shopping in Bangkok as I believe the clothes here are of similar price and as fashionable as in Bangkok. The first few times I came looking for clothes to buy here, I was flabbergasted by the amount of shops they have. So for the first few visits, I didn't really get anything. But after a few times, I got used to the layout and I started finding really cute clothing at good prices. Other than clothes, Times Square is also home to many different types of cafes and dessert shops. I do enjoy hunting for tidbits to eat in Tiny Taipei, a replica of, you guessed it, Taipei Taiwan. It is also home to an indoor theme park and a cinema. In terms of location, I would recommend taking the monorail as this place is always jammed up and finding parking places is going to be a hassle. One good thing is that the monorail station is connected right to Times Square on the 1st floor. Super convenient. This is one place I will not get bored of coming.

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