Pavilion KL: Overview and Factsheet

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PAVILION KUALA LUMPUR

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning, world-class mixed-use urban development located in the heart of Bukit Bintang, the shopping paradise of Malaysia. Opened to visitors on 20 September 2007, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur blends the best of the international and local retail world and is positioned as the ‘Defining authority in fashion, food and urban leisure’.

A NATIONAL LANDMARK – PAVILION CRYSTAL FOUNTAIN

The essence of this fountain is a reflection of our Prime Minister’s “1 Malaysia” vision. The fountain features the Bloom of Hibiscus, the national flower of Malaysia, a symbol of opulence, passion and progression. The three bowls represent Malaysia’s multiracial culture living harmoniously in unity and ascending to signify the growing aspirations of the people.

Designer: Pavilion KL in collaboration with Liuligongfang - The crystal bowls were crafted in Shanghai, China

Malaysia Book of Record: Tallest Liuli Crystal Fountain in Malaysia - 3.6m in height 6m in width

PROJECT FACTS                    

Location: Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Owner: MTrustee Berhad for Pavilion REIT

Description: Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a world-class mixed-use urban development, comprising a 7-storey premier shopping mall, 2 blocks of Pavilion Residences, Pavilion Tower office block and the upcoming 5-star Royale Pavilion Hotel.

Land Area : 12.6 acres    

Nett Lettable Area: 1.37 million square feet

Gross Built-up Area: 2.2 million square feet

Number of Retail Floors: Seven

Number of Stores: 698

Precincts:  Eight (8)

  • Gourmet Emporium, Level 1
  • Centre Court, Level 2
  • Fashion Avenue, Level 3 and 2
  • Couture Pavilion, Level 3 and 2
  • Connection, Level 3 and 4
  • Tokyo Street, Level 6
  • Beauty Hall, Level 7
  • Dining Loft, Level 7

 

Retail Mix :  

Fashion:  60 percent

Food & Beverage: 24 percent

Urban leisure: 16 percent

Car Park: 2500 bays with three levels basement parking

Security: 

235 Uniformed Security Guards and Auxiliary Police

419 CCTVs, 313 panic buttons

 

A BRAND NEW RETAIL EXPERIENCE

20% of the retail mix are new brands to Malaysia and have chosen Pavilion KL as their first store/outlet in Malaysia. Those highlighted in bold are available in Malaysia exclusively at Pavilion KL.

 

FASHION AND ACCESSORIES

Armani Jeans (America) • Nirav Modi (India) • Balenciaga (France) • Bebe (America) • Blackbarrett (Italy) • Bao Bao by Issey Miyake (Japan) • Pleats Please by Issey Miyake (Japan) • Breitling (Switzerland) • carter’s | Osh Kosh (USA) • Calligaris (Italy) • Cartier (France) • CK Performance (America) • Condotti (Singapore) • dUCK Cosmetics (Malaysia) • dUCK (Malaysia) • Daniel Wellington (Sweden) • Ferrari Store Junior (Italy) • Franz (Taiwan) • Giuseppe Zanotti (Italy) • Hackett London (UK) • IWC (Switzerland) • Jo Malone London (UK) • Judith Leiber (America) • La Martina (Argentina) • LeSportsac (America) • le coq sportif (France) • Loewe (Spain) • LIULI (Taiwan) • Manolo Blahnik (Spain) • MCM (Germany) • Michael Kors (America) • Moschino (Italy) • NARS (America) • Okaidi & Obaibi (France) • Pandora (Denmark) • Masterpiece @ Seen (Malaysia) • Staccato (Hong Kong) • Pazzion (Singapore) • Radley (UK) • Roger Vivier (France) • Salomon (America) • Superdry (UK) • Sacoor Brothers (Portugal) • Su.Soku (Malaysia) • Atelier Swarovski (Austria) • TOMS (America) • THREE (Japan) • TUMI (America) • TYPO (Australia) • Versus Versace (Italy) • Yves Saint Laurent (France) • YSL Beauty (France) • Lanvin (France) • Max Mara (Italy) • Diptyque (France) • b. space (Malaysia) • Jaeger-LeCoultre (Switzerland) • Viktor Alexander (Russia)

DINING

Al-Amar Lebanese Restaurant (Lebanon) • Ben’s (Malaysia) • Café de Paris (Malaysia) • Food Republic (Food Atrium from Singapore) • Grandmama’s – Flavours of Malaysia (Malaysia) • Hokkaido Ramen Santouka (Japanese Ramen) • Ichiban Boshi (Singapore-based Japanese casual dining) • Ippudo (Japan) • J.CO Donuts and Coffee (Indonesia) • La Boca – Latino Bar (Malaysian-based Latin American casual dining) • Ladurée (France) • llaollao (Spain) • Matcha Hero Kyoto (Japan) • Mercato (supermarket from Malaysia) • Minamoto Kitchoan (Japan) • O’Galito (Malaysia) • Paul (France) • Rocku (Japanese) • Quivo (Malaysia) • RUSCO (Japan) • Starz Kitchen (Hong Kong) • Suki-ya (Japan) • Sushi Tei (Singapore-based Japanese casual dining) • Tokyo Don (Malaysia-based Japanese casual dining) • Tokyo Teppan (Malaysia-based Japanese casual dining) • Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen (Malaysia-based Japanese fine dining) • TWG Tea (Singapore) • Weissbrau (Malaysia-based German casual dining) • Wild Honey (Singapore)  • Establishment  (Malaysia) • Marche (Switzerland)  • Cold Stone Creamery (USA)  • HK Boycart Noodle (Hong Kong)

AWARDS

2017

1.‘Best Shopping Mall’: Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Tourism Awards 2017

2016
2.‘VIVA Best-of-the-Best Award Honoree – Marketing, 60 Years of Made in Italy’:
International Council of Shopping Centre (ICSC) VIVA Best-of-the-Best Award 2016
3.‘Best Shopping Mall’: Going Places Readers’ Choice Awards
4.‘Best Shopping Experience’: Expatriate Lifestyle Best of Malaysia Awards 2016

2015
5.‘Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Design Award’: Anugerah Rekabentuk DBKL 2015
6.‘Gold Award – 60 Years of Made in Italy, Public Relations and Events’: ICSC Asia Pacific Shopping Centre Awards 2015
7.‘Certificate of Excellence 2015 Winner’: TripAdvisor
8.‘Industry Excellence – Retail’: ASEAN Business Awards Malaysia 2015
9.‘Best Shopping Mall’: Going Places Readers’ Choice Awards

2014
10.‘Gold Award – Chinese New Year ‘688 Trail of Fortune’, Public Relations & Events’: ICSC Asia Pacific Shopping Centre Awards 2014
11.Platinum Award ‘Best Shopping Mall’: Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Tourism Awards 2014
12.‘Most Popular Shopping Mall’: World Bloggers and Social Media Award

2013
13.‘Best Shopping Experience’: Expatriate Lifestyle Best of Malaysia Awards 2013

2012
14.‘Best Shopping Experience’: Expatriate Lifestyle Best of Malaysia Awards 2012
15.‘Gold Award – Tokyo Street Grand Opening, Expansion & Renovation’: ICSC Asia Pacific Shopping Centre Awards 2012

2011
16.‘Best Attraction’: Expatriate Lifestyle Best of Malaysia Awards 2011
17.‘Best Shopping Mall’: Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Tourism Awards 2011
18.‘VIVA Best-of-the-Best Award Honoree’: ICSC VIVA Best-of-the-Best Award 2011

2010
19.‘Retail Merchant of the Year’: MasterCard Hall of Fame Awards 2010
20.‘Best PR Marketing’: ICSC Asia Shopping Centre Awards 2010
21.‘Innovative Design & Development of a New Retail Project’: ICSC Asia Shopping Centre Awards 2010
22.‘Best Thematic Decoration’: Tourism Malaysia Shopping Centre Award MMSC
23.‘Best Promotion and Events': Tourism Malaysia Shopping Centre Award MMSC
24.‘Architecture Award (Retail) – Asia Pacific: International Property Awards 2010
25.‘Architecture Award (Retail) – Malaysia: International Property Awards 2010
26.‘Best Retail Development Malaysia’: International Property Awards 2010
27.‘Best Indoor Fun’: Expatriate Lifestyle Awards 2010

2009
28.'Best Thematic Decoration’: Tourism Malaysia Shopping Centre Awards MYES
29.‘Innovative Shopping Complex’: Malaysia Tourism Awards 2008/2009
30.‘Best Shopping Mall’: LIBUR Tourism Awards 2009
31.‘Best Indoor Fun’: Expatriate Lifestyle Awards 2009
32.‘Best Retail Centre’: FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards 2009

2008
33.‘Best Thematic Decoration’: Tourism Malaysia Shopping Centre Awards MMSC
34.‘Best Retail Development’: International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) Malaysia Property Awards 2008
35.‘Premier Retail Centre’: Brand Laureate Awards 2008
36.‘Best Shopping Mall’: LIBUR Tourism Awards 2008

2007
37.‘Most Magical Mall Award’: Ministry of Tourism Malaysia 2007

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