The major redevelopment and extension of Suria KLCC is completed. Previously occupied by Parkson Malaysia, the revamped area located at Ramlee Mall offers an eclectic mix of F&B and fashion brands as more than 60 retailers takeover the revamped three floors. These new additions will not only further attract shoppers to the mall, but also enhance shoppers’ experience with more selection of products and services to choose from.
Andrew Brien, CEO of Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd said, “With the construction on schedule, it is great to see that our vision of the refurbished area has become a reality. We have paid a lot of attention into ensuring that there is a strong line-up and good mix of premium brands, local businesses and F&B options to meet the needs of all our customers to generate constant footfall to Suria KLCC.”
He added, “With this redevelopment, Suria KLCC has officially marked its milestone by bringing in the 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. And while some of the outlets will be operational at later stages, we have already launched many stores since the beginning of this year.”
The stores that have opened their doors in Suria KLCC include:
• Givenchy – Discover Givenchy’s range of perfumes, fragrances, makeup and skincare products at their first and only stand-alone boutique in Southeast Asia.
• Gucci Beauty – All the way from Italy, the famed Gucci Beauty launched its first stand-alone store in Malaysia, offering a wide range of lipsticks and perfumes in opulent settings.
• Estee Lauder – Estee Lauder opens its first flagship store in the country featuring five interactive counters highlighting the brand’s entire skincare and makeup line.
• The History of Whoo – Make way for Korean luxury cosmetic brand, The History of Whoo as it opened its first store in the country.
• Sisley – French skincare brand, Sisley has opened their first free standing and exclusive boutique in Malaysia. Discover the complete line of skincare and makeup products for all skin needs and beauty concerns. Guests can also drop by for a personalised advice service, tailored to their individual needs
• Louis Vuitton – Boasting a fresh and modern look, the Louis Vuitton store is not only getting a facelift but has expanded its store to offer shoppers the latest bag collections and readyto-wear wares. Level One
• COS – Spread across two floors, the store features minimal décor and curated custom furniture, aligned with the brand’s commitment to functional design. The façade is formed of a combination of flat and curved glass panels, evoking a sense of open space and natural light.
• Le Labo – One of the most sought-after artisanal scents in the market opened its doors in Malaysia. The first in the region stand-alone Le Labo boutique in Suria KLCC also features its iconic perfumery lab that creates made-to-order fragrances.
Visitors can also find more F&B outlets at Suria KLCC’s Signature Food Court located at Level
Two which has been given a new contemporary look:
• 108 Matcha Saro – This is the first 108 Matcha Saro outlet in Malaysia and also the biggest store in the world.
• Mad Mex – Australian food chain Mad Mex has finally made its way to our shores, bringing a taste of Mexico to Malaysia by opening its first outlet in Suria KLCC.
• Serai – Locals favourite, Serai is a must-visit as it offers diners various forms of cuisine from Cantonese to Malaysian fusion and Nyonya.
• Ahh-Yum by Kampong Kravers – As part of its growth and expansion, Ahh-Yum opened its first food court concept outlet in Suria KLCC serving Malaysian comfort food at great value.
Most notably, Suria KLCC houses a variety of homegrown brands by welcoming a wide range of attractive Muslim lifestyle products which meet the needs of modest fashion brands shoppers. Providing high-quality products and needs no introduction amongst the Muslim shoppers, brands such as dUCk, Sofia Iman and SK (Siti Khadijah) Lifestyle are definitely making their presence felt at Level 2. The APOM store is also located within this vicinity. APOM brings together well-designed Malaysian products that Malaysians can be proud to showcase and for tourists to bring back A Piece of Malaysia (APOM).
Other prominent stores and F&B outlets that will be launched at later stages, to name a few,
• BAPE – The infamous BAPE a.k.a Bathing Ape will open its first stand-alone store in Malaysia. The long-awaited store will provide a wide range of BAPE gear from head to toe from their men’s, women’s and kids’ lines.
• BAPE Café – The one and only in the world which will be making its mark in Suria KLCC.
• I.T – Premium Hong Kong fashion brand, I.T fashion will be making its first presence in Malaysia at Suria KLCC.
• Omotesando Koffee – The most talked about coffee shop in Japan (some would say the world), will be making its way into the coffee scene in Malaysia, providing a unique coffee experience for all the coffee lovers.
• Dragon-i Restaurant – The first pork-free Dragon-i restaurant in Malaysia, which has joined the ranks of all the other Muslim-friendly food and beverage premises in Suria KLCC will surely be a crowd favourite when it opens for business soon.
• David Rocco’s Dolce Vita – Internationally renowned celebrity chef, David Rocco will be unveiling his first global Dolce Vita restaurant in Suria KLCC, bringing his brand of Italian dining.
In addition to adding world-class retailers, refurbishment work is currently underway in the other section of the Signature Food Court at Level 2, which promises an exciting range of F&B outlets. Through smart integration of an array of retail segments, Suria KLCC continues to drive traffic to the mall, creating an unparalleled shopping experience that keeps customers coming back.
In embracing the new norm and to ensure uninterrupted business operations while safeguarding the wellbeing of the shoppers and staff, Suria KLCC has taken preventive measures such as hand sanitisers placed at strategic and convenient locations, daily body temperature screening on all shoppers and employees in various locations in the malls, increased frequency of cleaning at high contact surface points in the malls and two-metre social distancing.