Mid Valley Megamall

Mid Valley Megamall is a large shopping center in Seputeh in the Malaysian Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur, near the capital Kuala Lumpur.

The complex of buildings including the actual shopping center, a conference center, two hotels (among Cititel with 646 rooms), a cinema with 18 halls, an office tower and even a Hindu temple was opened on 20 November 1999 and offers approximately 420,000 sqm of retail space. This makes it about three times as large as the most famous shopping center in Kuala Lumpur, Suria KLCC under the Petronas Twin Towers. It is operated by the IGB Group, from which it was also built.

In the elongated, slightly curved building complex located on five levels ( a sixth is smaller than the other ) more than 430 shops, restaurants, cafes, several large supermarkets, such as Carrefour and Aeon and a variety of entertainment areas.

Mid Valley Megamall was voted by the Malaysian Tourism Office 2000 on the best shopping center in Malaysia ( " Best Shopping Complex Award 2000 ").

The mall is only a part of the " Mid Valley City" and is located right next to the " Federal Highway ", a highway that connects Kuala Lumpur to Shah Alam and sound.

In addition, a bus shuttle service to the light rail station Bangsar, Kelana Jaya Line of, offered, and right next to the mall is the stop for the KTM Komuter Antaraputri S-Bahn.