Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a lavish shopping mall situated in Bukit Bintang.
It was built on the former site of Bukit Bintang Girls’ School, the oldest school in Kuala Lumpur which was moved to Cheras as Sekolah Seri Bintang Utara in 2000.
Opened in 2007 it has three major sections – a retail mall, an office block and two residential towers.
Popular no matter the day of the week or time of day, the seven-storey lifestyle centre has six shopping ‘zones’ and a row of street boutiques.
At the main entrance of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is the tallest Liuli Crystal fountain in Malaysia — the Pavilion Crystal Fountain. You can toss in a coin to make a wish — just like Rome’s Trevi Fountain.
Opposite Bintang Circle (an open atrium in Pavilion KL used as a promotional space for events) is Singaporean department store Parkson Grand which spans three stories. Other expected, fully stocked anchor shops include Mercato Supermarket and Harvey Norman.
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur consists of six shopping precincts and a row of street-front boutiques.
This section is dedicated to the world’s major fashion labels. Some of them are double-storey street-front flagship boutique.
Centre Court (Bintang Circle)
The Centre Court or Bintang Circle is the main component of the shopping mall. It contains an atrium, several escalators and an open area that is used for several thematic events.
Connection comprises a fitness centre, a karaoke room, a cinema, bistros and more.
Consists of eateries and a food court.
Consists of shops that offer products used in residential areas.
Consists of beauty parlours and spas.
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur can be reached using several public transportation lines: the Bukit Bintang and Raja Chulan monorail stations are just a few minutes walk away.