Your Guide to Living in KL City Centre

KL City Centre (KLCC) is the heart of the action in downtown Kuala Lumpur. This exclusive 100-acre area sits in the prestigious shadow of the stunning Petronas Twin Towers, and is home to a range of upmarket hotels, stunning malls and primarily luxury residential properties.

KLCC is a bright and vibrant location, but what is it like as a place to live? PropertyGuru presents you an easy-access guide to the facilities, amenities, and excitement of living in Kuala Lumpur’s thriving centre.

KLCC life

Shopping and Entertainment in KLCC

If you’re looking for exceptional shopping or first-rate entertainment, then KLCC is a great place to start. Suria KLCC is perhaps the jewel in the crown, offering over 1.17 million square feet of world-class shopping, dining and entertainment at the base of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. The area also boasts a 50-acre park with a playground, wading pool and fountain, as well as the nearby Petronas Art Gallery and Aquaria KLCC Oceanarium.

Interior of Suria KLCC in KL, Malaysia

Avenue K Mall offers another exciting destination for your shopping needs. While smaller than Suria KLCC, it’s working to position itself as a trendier urban hangout, with exciting entertainment spaces like the SuperPark skate park and Breakout escape rooms sitting alongside a great range of food and retail outlets.

Healthcare in KLCC

Despite its noted luxury credentials, KLCC also boasts convenient amenities for everyday essentials, such as healthcare. Suria KLCC is home to the Twin Towers Medical Centre, which is joined by a range of other primary healthcare facilities and medical centres located in and around KLCC.

The nearby Prince Court Medical Centre offers a 270-bed private healthcare facility for more complex medical requirements which may require hospital care, as well as other outpatient needs. Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur provides further accessibility to a 372-bed tertiary and acute care hospital just a short drive along Jalan Ampang.

Hospital Kuala Lumpur offers public hospital cover for the KLCC area, and is located a short and accessible drive north of Kuala Lumpur City Centre.

Dining and Nightlife in KLCC

As a bustling centre of the city, KLCC is home to and offers easy access to a wealth of dining and nightlife opportunities.

Notable malls such as Suria KLCC and Avenue K are home to some celebrated food courts and top dining establishments, making them an easy place to explore for a varied and exciting mealtime.

If you’re looking for a finer slice of dining, KLCC is unsurprisingly home to some top fine dining experiences. Marini’s on 57, Atmosphere 360, and Thirty8 Restaurant and Lounge showcase some exceptional cuisine alongside fabulous views. Meanwhile Melur and Thyme, Troika Sky Dining, Bijan, and Opium KL are just some of the nearby stars of the dining scene.

Places of Worship in KLCC

As a diverse and multicultural city, Kuala Lumpur is home to a range of mosques, temples and churches that are readily accessible from the KLCC area.

Modern mosque between skyscraper

Masjid As Syakirin, sometimes called KLCC Mosque, is located in the heart of KLCC, and in close proximity to Petronas Twin Towers and Suria KLCC. The mosque provides capacity for up to 12,000 people. Masjid Tabung Haji and other mosques offer further places of worship in the KLCC area.

Kun Yam Thong Temple offers a Buddhist place of worship just minutes from KLCC LRT Station, and can be found just off the popular Jalan Ampang. It represents just one of many Buddhist temples spread throughout the wider Kuala Lumpur area.
Worshipers of the Hindu faith can also find a number of temples in and around the KLCC area, with Court Hill Ganesh Temple, Dewi Sri Pathra Kaliamman Temple, and Sri Mahamariamman Temple all within easy travel.
Christians of different denominations may also find a variety of churches within easy proximity to KLCC. St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Kuala Lumpur Baptist Church and Wesley Methodist Church are just a few of the nearby churches to meet your needs.

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