Year-end excitement in store at new mall

Pavilion Bukit Jalil mall will also be home to international brands making their entrance into the retail market in Malaysia for the first time.

PAVILION Bukit Jalil will welcome shoppers for the first time from Dec 3 in conjunction with year-end festive celebrations.

Poised to be the largest, fully-integrated regional lifestyle mall in the Southern Corridor, it offers a vibrant mix of well-known retail brands and new reputable international brands that have selected the shopping centre as their entrance into the retail market in Malaysia.

Spanning five retail floors, shoppers can expect confirmed tenants to provide an immersive retail and entertainment experience. To date, over 92,903sq m of retail space has been secured by tenants.

A comprehensive loyalty programme to drive mall traffic offers shoppers specially curated membership privileges.

The 560m façade facing the Bukit Jalil Highway — a landmark which cannot be missed — provides high visibility and exposure of retail branding.

Among those that have signed on with Pavilion Bukit Jalil are anchor tenant Parkson, specialty anchors The Food Merchant, Harvey Norman, Dadi Cinema, Blue Ice Snow Park, Grand Harbour Restaurant and Banquet, Sports Direct, Toys ‘R’ Us and Uniqlo.

“We have built Pavilion Bukit Jalil to be positioned as the new cornerstone of metropolitan lifestyle shopping for the region and expect to see year-round traffic of nearly 2.5 to 3 million visitors a month,” said Regal Path Sdn Bhd director Datuk Lee Whay Hoong.

Shoppers can look forward to exciting concepts and curated Asian-themed precincts such as Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, Thailand and Malaysia which will offer delicacies, artisanal crafts, beauty and fashion accessories, gifts, home and living products, souvenirs and more from the various regional cultures.

As part of Bukit Jalil City’s masterplan, the infrastructure upgrades surrounding Pavilion Bukit Jalil are nearing completion and will provide enhanced accessibility and a better experience for shoppers.

The masterplan includes a newly completed flyover to Puchong via Bukit Jalil Highway and the widening of roads to six lanes.

The mall is linked to Klang Valley via MEX, MRR2, Kesas, Bukit Jalil Highway, Sungai Besi Highway, KL–Seremban Highway and Damansara-Puchong Highway.

Additionally, there are also new U-turns, new pedestrian link bridges, an underpass and tunnel access to the mall’s basement carpark.

Featuring five vehicle entry and exit points, as well as 12 pedestrian entrances, the mall’s built-in accessibility and the infrastructure upgrades will better serve the expected 1.9 million customers within its prime catchment area from various landmarks and universities, such as the 32.38ha Bukit Jalil Recreational Park, International Medical University, Asia Pacific University, Astro Broadcasting Hub and more.

Pavilion Bukit Jalil also offers large event spaces such as the covered outdoor Piazza as the epicentre for outdoor entertainment and events, the Centre Court to host grand festivities and launches, and the 4,366sq m Exhibition Centre for consumer fairs.

“We are excited to welcome you to join us on Dec 3 at Pavilion Bukit Jalil, the new lifestyle shopping destination where shoppers can indulge in an abundance of shopping and dining selections,” Lee enthused.

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