Department store’s newest outlet in KL first to feature coffee cart


Khoo flanked by Metrojaya board of directors members Ong Hung Meng (left) and Farizon Ibrahim at the grand opening of Metrojaya LaLaport in Kuala Lumpur.

Department store Metrojaya has unveiled its next-gen store for loyal shoppers at LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Centre.

Staying true to providing an immersive shopping experience for all, the retailer surprises shoppers with a line-up of exclusive products from brands such as Bill Keith, Yani Bakhtiar and Cynthia Tang, some of which are only available in LaLaport Metrojaya.

Strategically located in the heart of downtown Kuala Lumpur, Metrojaya’s next-gen store taps into global trends to help complete shoppers’ aspirations for modern living with its lifestyle products that include house brands such as East India Company, Somerset Bay, Cape Cod and Living Quarters.

Metrojaya Department Store chairman Andrew Khoo Boo Yeow said they were committed to providing the best with each product crafted to suit different preferences.

“We constantly refresh our selections and provide our customers with up-to-date products that will complement lifestyles of today,” he added.

Metrojaya LaLaport will soon be the first store with a cosy coffee cart to enhance customer satisfaction, along with unique Instagrammable spots to capture memorable moments.

Khoo said Metrojaya’s debut in South-East Asia’s first LaLaport marked a significant milestone in its journey as a retailer.

“We pay close attention to every detail, and this is true not just of our products but also of the atmosphere we create for our customers.

“We have incorporated some unique features in our store, the first for Metrojaya.

“The coffee cart will not only enable our customers to unwind but will also encourage them to engage in fun workshops.

“This new feature will soon be available and we welcome everyone to be part of the excitement and enjoy their time here with us,” he added.

Metrojaya LaLaport is easily reached via public transport with access to the Hang Tuah LRT and KL Monorail stations.

It is also only a five-minute walk from the Merdeka station on the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang line.

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