If it rains in ‘The Garden City of Lights’ when you are visiting, we recommend you enjoy the many indoor activities KL has to offer. Our favourite is staying dry inside the malls in the Golden Triangle area, KL’s main retail and nightlife belt.
Bukit Bintang shopping & entertainment
Like New York’s Manhattan’s Times Square and Saks Fifth Avenue, Bukit Bintang is KL’s haute couture shopping Mecca. Keeping the city’s fashionistas looking good, Pavilion KL – a 1.37 million-sqft white marble complex with a mix of covered and outdoor shopping zones – is a must-visit in the city’s mallscape. Within walking distance of Pavilion are several popular malls such as Starhill Gallery, Sephora and Lot 10.
Spend the day at KLCC
The Bukit Bintang-KLCC Pedestrian Walkway (an overhead bridge that connects Pavilion KL and Suria KLCC) makes it super easy for you to explore KL’s shopping scene. After walking around the Bukit Bintang area, you can take a 15-minute walk along the bridge to Suria KLCC, a mall with a wide variety of local and international brands. But that’s not all you can do here: a visit to Petrosains in Suria KLCC comes highly recommended.
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia. Located within Berjaya Times Square Hotel, one of the biggest shopping malls in the country, the expansive amusement park is located on the fifth floor and is designed for both adults and children with two zones.
Sunway Pyramid Ice
If you are a derby girl/boy at heart, then you will love Sunway Pyramid Ice at Sunway Pyramid shopping mall. Lace up your ice skates to the sounds that the DJ spins, but do not be surprised if you hear the latest top 40 hits instead of ABBA. The bright lights and pop music makes this one of the better ways to spend a rainy afternoon in KL.