It also has an art gallery, an interactive science discovery centre, a world class oceanarium, a 12 screen Tanjung Golden Screen cinemas and a concert hall called the Petronas Philharmonic hall.
If you are hungry, you will enjoy dining in Suria KLCC. There are Indian, Chinese, Malay, Arabic, Western as well as other South East Asian cuisines in its many restaurants.
The disabled, the elderly or those with children can ask for wheelchair or strollers at the information counter. These are free for the first 3 hours.
Attractions at the Suria KLCC
Petrosains Discovery Centre
This is a huge modern interactive science discovery center located on the 4th floor of the mall. Your kids would enjoy it as they could play with the interactive displays.
You may see Kuala Lumpur from KLCC via the skybridge. Tour is available here.
This oceanarium is 10 minutes walk from the KLCC underground tunnel.
Petronas Philharmonic Hall
This concert hall is the home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and is easily accessed via the office block side of the Petronas Tower. The shows are mostly musicals performed by world class foreign musicians.
If you prefer not to shop, you could walk and see art in this free gallery.
The Japanese bookstore Kinokuniya occupies two floors and sells mostly English and Chinese books and Japanese manga comics.
The Tanjong Village Cinemas here is the largest TGV multiplex in Kuala Lumpur with 12 screens, 2400 seats and THX certified halls.
Other Things To Do in KLCC Area
KLCC is not just about shopping. Here are some of the things you can do in KLCC — just for ideas.
How To Get Here?
Three major roads are accessible to Suria KLCC — Jalan Ampang Jalan P.Ramlee and Jalan Kia Peng.
By RapidKL LRT
Take the Rapid KL Kelana Jaya Line to KLCC station. Or take a Putra LRT from KL Sentral and stop at KLCC underground LRT station