11 Shopping Malls That Are Opening In Klang Valley Over The Next Two Years

Malls galore.

  • It's no secret that Malaysians love to shop; rain or shine, you'll find us in shopping malls

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        One Utama, Petaling Jaya.
    • Fun fact: did you know at least 20% of urban Malaysians spend their weekends in shopping malls?

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  • But some economic experts are forecasting the buying habits of Malaysians to change soon, given the current economic climate

    • A retail expert told The Malaysian Insight that some malls are facing hard times as shoppers are slowly becoming more cautious about their spending. Retailers have also taken a step back in their business expansion plans.

      “With the current market condition, it is good if a mall can open with 80% occupancy rate in the first month," he said.

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  • However, it appears that new mall openings are not slowing down. Listed below are some shopping spots in Klang Valley that will open its doors over the next two years:

  • 1. KL Eco City Retail Podium

    • Location: Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum, Kuala Lumpur

      Developer: SP Setia

      Expected opening time: Late 2017

      Situated within KL Eco City, this four-storey mall will offer approximately 300,000 sq ft of space. The mall aims to provide F&N and retail outlets for the KL Eco City community, which is surrounded by Bangsar South and Midvalley.

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  • 2. Evo Mall

    • Location: Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

      Developer: PKNS-Andaman Development

      Expected opening time: Late 2017

      Evo Mall is a project under construction by PKNS-Andaman Development Sdn Bhd in Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor. It is a joint venture between Selgate Corp Sdn Bhd and Andaman Realty Sdn Bhd.

      The four-storey Evo Mall spreads over 250,000 sq ft of space with a total of 110 retail outlets, which will feature restaurants and cafes, boutiques, and entertainment.

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  • 3. Amerin Mall

    • Location: Seri Kembangan, Selangor

      Developer: Capital Trend Asia

      Expected opening time: Late 2017

      The RM80 million Amerin Mall will house three levels of retail space, ranging from retail fronts to F&B shops. Amerin Mall will be competing with two other malls in the vicinity: The Mines Shopping Mall and Aeon Cheras Selatan Store & Shopping Centre.

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  • 4. Four Seasons Place Retail Podium

    • Location: Kuala Lumpur City Centre

      Developer:‎ Venus Assets

      Expected opening time: Late 2017/early 2018

      Four Seasons Place and Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur are the brand’s first integrated development in South-East Asia, managed by Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts.

      Located strategically next to KLCC, the 1.5 million sq ft development will consist of over 300,000 sq ft of luxury retail space, with more than 230 hotel rooms, as well as hotel service apartments and residences.

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  • 5. Selayang Star City

    • Location: Selayang, Selangor

      Developer: Leadmont Development

      Expected opening time: Early 2018

      Leadmont Development had initially planned to launch the mall by the second quarter of 2017. Due to certain remodelling exercises, its expected completion date has been pushed back to 2018.

      The mall will contain seven storeys and provide visitors with four levels of retail space spanning 550,000 square feet.

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  • 6. EkoCheras

    • Location: Jalan Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

      Developer: Ekovest

      Expected opening time: Mid 2018

      Slated to open in mid 2018, the mall will have some 625,000 sq ft of area; which is part of EkoCheras, a 12-acre mixed-use development comprising of serviced apartments, office suites, hotel suites, and the retail fronts.

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  • 7. GM Robertson

    • Location: Jalan Pudu, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

      Developer: Gamuda

      Expected opening time: Mid 2018

      Part of a large scale residential project by Gamuda, the 10-storey retail outlet will be situated next to two residential towers with a maximum of 46 storeys high.

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  • 8. Horizon Village Outlets

    • Location: Sepang, Selangor

      Developer: Horizon Group Properties

      Expected opening time: Mid 2018

      Previously known as Kuala Lumpur International Outlet (KLIO), Horizon Village Outlets will feature brands like Giuseppe Zanotti Design, Tumi, Swiss Watch Gallery, La Martina, and Kate Spade New York.

      The premium outlet mall has a gross development value of RM400 million and will be located about 10km north of the KLIA and KLIA.

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  • 9. Tropicana Gardens Mall

    • Location: Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya

      Developer: Tropicana Corporation

      Expected opening time: Late 2018

      Tropicana Gardens is a mix of serviced apartments, offices, and a shopping mall with around 1.1 million sq ft of retail space. The massive project is helmed by Tropicana, which is best known for its Tropicana Golf and Country Resort development in Petaling Jaya.

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  • 10. Pavilion Damansara Heights

    • Location: Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur

      Developer: Pavilion Group

      Expected opening time: Late 2019

      Pavilion Group's upcoming new mall is set to be the new metropolis of Damansara Heights, and comprises the Pavilion retail galleria, service residences, premier residences and corporate towers, according to its website.

      It was reported in 2015 that a Canadian investment company bought a 49% stake in the mall for RM485 million.

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  • 11. Pavilion Bukit Jalil

    • Location: Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur

      Developer: Pavilion Group

      Expected opening time: Late 2019

      As part of the 50-acre Bukit Jalil City project, the mall spreads over a massive 1.8 million sq ft of retail space. Pavilion KL’s Head of Retail Datuk Joyce Yap said over 1,000 businesses have registered as potential tenants in the shopping centre.

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  • Do you think there's an oversupply of malls in Klang Valley? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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