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Nu Sentral, Kuala Lumpur

(4.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
The spacious Nu Sentral takes care of all your shopping needs under one roof. The eight-story mall in one of Kuala Lumpur's tourist-oriented developments houses designer boutiques and department stores and features an entire floor of restaurants and food stalls serving delicious meals, snacks, and desserts. Buy some fresh fruit at the supermarket, check out the movies playing at the onsite theater, or wander around and explore the many bookstores, cosmetics shops, spas, and other services designed to make your stay in the city entertaining and fulfilling. Put Nu Sentral on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Kuala Lumpur vacation generator.
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  • KL has an abundance of shopping malls and this mall does not compare to most of them. As a mall, it's average and there are much better alternatives for shoppers and window shoppers alike.  more »
  • Absolutely Massive and Magnificent Mall has about everything Location is fantastic. It gets loads of foot traffic but very well maintained and very clean. Loads of foods selection if ur looking for br...  more »
  • I love the varieties here.. I can can get almost everything I like.. make up, pharmacies, groceries, restaurants, books, clothing etc.  more »
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  • NU Sentral has a good spread of outlets, including one dedicated local brands outlet as an exposure to Malaysian and international visitors. There's a good balance of entertainment, food and beverage, clothing and accessories, bookstore, health and nutrition, sports and fitness (there's also a gym), electrical and electronic appliances, telco and mobile, and other modern living necessities. The amenities are good, with ample parking lots available. There are clean toilets with hoses on every floor at either sides of the building. Lighting and temperature are good. Well lit and not warm nor humid. Suraus for male and female are available although at separate floors. Being in between the Monorail station and KL Sentral transport hub, this place is easily accessible. There are direct trains from cities as far as Ipoh and Seremban to KL Sentral, to add to the suburban places connected with LRT and ERL. Tourist may find it interesting as well, for Brickfields and Little India is just across the street from NU Sentral, while Pasar Seni (Central Market) and Chinatown is only one or two stops away by Monorail and LRT.
  • Great spot. Easily accesible via KL central. For cheap food. Go down till you meet Sam's Deli. A great stop if youre hungry and on a budget.
  • Good Place with Commercial interest. Connectivity to all kind of transport lines in Malaysia like KLIA Express, LRT and Mono rail. Food: Lot of variety of Non Veg food available with flavours of SEA. You can get veg food outside mall in restaurants within walking distance.
  • Very clean and nice. Many affordable brands can be found there. Having access to klsentral LRT station makes it quite accessible.
  • Now that it is almost fully occupied, it is a great mall to check out. So many food choices and a great makan food court at Quiz Inn on the 3rd (?) floor, with the BEST fresh roti canai in KL (shh...that is our secret!!). Lots of smaller food shops spread around the different floors and plenty out the front facing Brickfields... It has all the branded clothing shops you'd find in most malls around Malaysia, with a few that aren't common place. Plenty of coffee shops too if you need a rest from your 'shop till you drop' experience! A large cinema complex upstairs makes it popular with the locals, and a variety of entertainment outlets as well as Celebrity Gym. Downstairs is Sam's Groceria - okay choices for locals and foreigners...and the meat selection is good with reasonable pricing...chilled and frozen or fresh. The veggie choice is a little limited with most things bagged and priced, but plenty of fruit to bag yourself. Fantastic for those living locally, as no need to head over to Mega Mall or Bangsar to buy from Bangsar Village or BSC. Good for those staying in the surrounding hotels too if you want to buy snacks while holidaying.