Pavilion Mall

Shopping 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur 55100 , Malaysia Published on: 13-11-2015

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Pavilion is a mall located in the central Bukit Bintang area and houses more than 450 stores spread over 7 levels.

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Why Pavilion Mall is special ?

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is KL’s haute couture shopping Mecca. It takes a lot to stand out in the city’s mallscape but this shopping centre, which occupies prime real estate along Jalan Bukit Bintang, does just that. Opened in 2007 it has three major sections – a retail mall, an office block and two residential towers.

Keeping the city’s fashionistas looking polished, this KL staple is the perfect example of how extravagant some malls can be. It features almost the same staggering square footage as Mid Valley Megamall and 1 Utama and the 1.37 million-sqft white marble complex is a combination of indoor and outdoor shopping venues.

What to explore at Pavilion Mall?

At the main entrance of Pavilion KL is the tallest Liuli Crystal fountain in Malaysia, the Pavilion Crystal Fountain. Billed as a national landmark, just like Rome’s Trevi Fountain you can toss in your loose change to make a wish: coins are later donated to charity.

Opposite Bintang Circle (an open atrium in Pavilion KL used as a promotional space for events) is Singaporean department store Parkson Grand which spans three stories. Other expected, fully stocked anchor shops include Mercato Supermarket and Harvey Norman.

At Pavilion KL Malaysian fashion brands like Jimmy Choo can be found alongside big-ticket European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace and Yves Saint Laurent.

Food

There is a food court (Gourmet Emporium) on the lower ground floor where you can get reasonably priced Korean, Japanese and local fare. Strategically placed around the food court are upmarket restaurants like Manhattan Fish Market, Dragon-I, Tony Roma’s and Madam Kwan’s.

Cosmopolites usually dine at Connection, an outdoor strip with restaurants such as Tom, Dick & Harry’s Live and The Pressroom Bistro. These places provide entertainment (think live local bands and televised soccer matches on projector screens) and alcohol to go with their meals.

Entertainment

You will not find extreme entertainment options here like BERJAYA Times Square’s indoor theme park: no, this is the place where you come to spend cash.

Entertainment-wise there is a Red Box karaoke bar where you can belt tunes out at, or if you prefer the lure of the big screen, head on over to the 13-screen Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC). Other than that, the mall’s top floors are home to spa outfits and beauty retailers like ADONIS Wellness @ Seventh Heaven and Aster Spring Origin of Beauty.

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How to get to Pavilion Mall?

The mega complex is located opposite Starhill Gallery and nearly opposite Fahrenheit88; at the beginning (or end) of Jalan Bukit Bintang. If you are staying at a hotel within the Bukit Bintang area it is easy to walk to Pavilion KL. If you plan to travel by monorail you need to get out at Bukit Bintang station; next to Lot10 and Sungei Wang/BB Plaza. From there it is a 5 minute walk to Pavilion. People who are familiar in KL city center could also exit at Monorail station Raja Chulan; and walk to the rear entrance (Connection) of Pavilion KL in about 3 minutes.

There is an official taxi counter in front of Pavilion KL (nearby La Bodega Spanish Tapas Restaurant & Bar). Here you can grab a taxi for a fixed-price. Do not get a taxi right in front of the mall along Jalan Bukit Bintang as those drivers will often charge high fixed-prices. If you are planning to use a taxi to get back to your hotel make sure you leave the mall in time. There are often massive traffic jams around closing time (10pm) because everybody is trying to leave the city center of Kuala Lumpur at the same time. Same goes for that time of the day when it rains; this always leads to traffic jams. Opening hours: Pavilion KL is opened daily between 10am and 10pm, the bars and restaurants around the Connection are opened daily until 2am.

Source: http://www.wonderfulmalaysia.com/

Selling points

  • The Best Mall in Town
  • Best food court
  • Excellent shopping mall!
  • Shopper's Paradise
  • Modern, high brand minded
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  • There are also plenty of nice restaurants and food courts where you can try and the price are reasonable.
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  • It's nice to take a picture in the main entrance, especially at night.
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  • Perfect mall to wander around to escape the days heat even if you aren't shopping.
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Reviews

FourSquare View more

One of the best malls in KL; almost all the mainstream retail brands can be found here plus the restrooms are the cleanest and most spacious in town!

FourSquare View more

Great place to chilling with friends....don't forget to get a cup of Chatime Milk Tea :D

TripAdvisor View more

I don't rate malls when city tripping, as I don't visit them. But hey, as you're in KL, it's hard t avoid!Visited a few malls (Berjaya, Sungei Wang, Suria KLCC, Low Yat), but this was easily the best one. Why? Atmosphere. Where? at the mall annex, the restaurants and bars. Actually sitting there as I am typing this :-).It's some high-end shops, most main stream, no budget shopping or outlets. Prices are Western European, so didn't buy much. Offers a lot of choice.Location - monorail stop Bukit Bintang, walk 5 minutes east. Can't miss it.

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much better than KLCC, cleaner, quitter, more variety, and better food court, better customer services, close and have all brands you may think off

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Pavilion is located just in front of Westin Hotel, JW Marriot Hotel and Starhill Gallery. It's one of my favorite places in KL. The building is big, stylish, nice and beautiful. I like their Department Stores "Parkson" and "Tangs", their bookstore "Times", their supermarket "Mercato", their fashion stores, bakeries and cafes. They also provide a post office "Mailbox" here which is always open and it helped me a lot when I was there. Or you can change money here. The price of electronics or mobile phones here is not in a big difference with those in Low Yat as well, while the conditions of the two places are totally different. Pavilion is just the right place to visit after work or during the weekend. I also enjoy very much every time they decorate this mall, especially during Christmas & New Year Season and Chinese New Year. Because they decorate the mall so beautiful and attractive, inside and outside. When you are in KL, it's a must to visit this stylish mall in the Golden Triangle.

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