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Berjaya Time Square

The Berjaya Times Square Hotel in Kuala Lumpur is located in the heart of the city’s lively entertainment center and is one of the most popular shopping districts. The hotel is located 15 minutes from the world-famous Petronas Twin Towers near the Berjaya Times Square shopping mall and is directly connected to the KL Monorail system via the Impi station. Engage in all the benefits of a luxurious and carefree lifestyle. The views of the city skyline at our luxury hotel in Bukit Bintang are unforgettable.


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The development is currently the tenth largest building in the world in terms of floor area and is also referred to as the “largest building in the world built in a single phase” with a floor area of ​​700,000 m2 (7,500,000 square feet). The building houses a shopping mall, business offices and leisure centers with more than 1000 retail outlets, 1200 luxury service rooms, 65 food outlets and entertainment venues such as the Berjaya Times Square theme park.

In April 2005, the Borders Group opened its first owner’s store here, which was the largest border store in the world at the time. However, due to the economic downturn of 2010 it was reduced to a small operation called the Borders Express. In 2016, the Borders Express store closed.

The Impi Station of the Kuala Lumpur Monorail is connected to the building by a foot bridge.

Facilities & Services

Money Changers
Mobile Prepaid/Postpaid Outlets
Berjaya Hotel
KL Monorail Station
Bus Stop
Taxi Stand
Car park
Police Booth


Initially, the land belonged to millionaire and philanthropist Seong Yok Choi before World War II. His bungalow stood there until the Berjaya Group bought the entire land of Don Sri Vincent Don for the development of the current Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur.

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