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Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur

(3.2/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Shop for popular brands in fashion, sportswear, and electronics at Sungei Wang Plaza. Opened in 1977, the mall boasts approximately 110,000 sq m (1,200,000 sq ft) of retail space, with over 200 separate businesses located across seven floors. With many stores specializing in mementos for international visitors, this makes a good stop if you're looking for a gift or souvenir. If in need of a bit of pampering, enjoy a treatment at one of the many massage parlors and beauty salons. Using our custom trip planner, Kuala Lumpur attractions like Sungei Wang Plaza can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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TripAdvisor
  • Still remember the good old days when Sungei Wang was "THE" place for some real shopping, with shops cramped from corner to corner, selling much affordable items from clothings to accessories. Weekend...  more »
  • Went here to just to pass by because we wanted to get to Pavillion KL. The shopping centre was old and it did not provide many benches or chairs for travelers to sit & rest. 
  • This was D-Place to be back in the 80s and 90s, but by now, the new style malls with better offerings has almost virtually taken it out of the race. However, it remains an attraction, as there are sti...  more »
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  • Mall in desperate need of redevelopment because of fire and flood risks. A challenging carpark labyrinth with Made-in-China ticket machines always under repair. Poor air conditioning. Limited signages. Time to step up and invest in basic customer services.
  • One of the oldest surviving malls in KL but surprisingly well maintained. Plenty of tourist traps selling souvenirs and cheap clothing, as well as departmental stores with higher end items. Food offering is decent, considering the surrounding area is already full of restaurants and cafes. Some stores sell hair care and beauty items at almost wholesaler prices so worth it to go bargain hunting here.
  • What's left of the building since BB Plaza next to it have been closed down. Kinda dull, but here's also you could get some great clothing, style accessories. Over here there also Post Office, Food Court, KFC, McDonald, Giant SuperMarket, Nando's, Starbucks, Daiso and much² more. Mostly of the shop here are independent student making business such as fashion designer(their own kinda boutique).
  • not so much changed since the past 20 years but if this is your first time coming here, there're variety of things you can find. jewelry, bags & etc. if you're looking for food there are some food stall on 4th floor
  • nice mall, best location to find cheap product, also some brands is available, also you can find spa, device repair. good restaurant and fast food, and from metro station, you can enter directly.