Times Square is currently listed as the 10th largest building in world with a floor area of 700,000 m2.
Times Square is directly connected to the Imbi Monorail station and only 5min walk from the Hang Tuah LRT station.
The mall area consists of 12 floors (including ground and lower ground) whereas the top 4 floors consist of mostly offices and service centers, the bottom 8 floors offer hundreds of retail shops for your shopping needs. In contrast to other highend shopping malls like Pavilion or Suria KLCC, Times Square offers more budget friendly stores.
Times Square (official website)
Times Square Theme Park
entry price Mo-Fri: RM 38 (RM 32 for Malaysian), kids below 12: RM28 (RM 22 for Malaysians)
entry price weekends / holidays: RM 43 (RM 37 for Malaysian), kids below 12: RM33 (RM 27 for Malaysians)
Central Park on Level 3
the shopping levels are also connected by a glass elevator
the first 6 Levels have endless rows of shops selling mostly clothes with a low price tag (comparable to BB Plaza / Sungei Wang)
Golden Screen Cinema
GSC has a multiplex cinema, the ticket counters are in the back of the 1st floor.
Imbi Monorail station and the Monorail track in front of Times Square
Sungai Wang Shopping Mall (in the front) and the two towers of Times Square (back)
Swimming Pool on the 15th floor
accessable for guest of the service suites and Times Square Hotel in the two towers
view from 15th floor
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