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A major commercial area of Maluri, located nearby to the LRT Station.
JUSCO Taman Maluri was opened on 30 October 1989

Maluri (or sometimes called Taman Maluri by local) is a suburb which is on the border of the constituencies of Titiwangsa[1] and Cheras in eastern Kuala Lumpur.

It is located along Jalan Cheras Jkr-ft1.png (English: Cheras Road) and can be accessed through the Maluri station served by the LRT Ampang Line and the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line. It is one of housing estates closest to Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle.


Maluri is located close to the boundary between Cheras and Kuala Lumpur's central business district. It is adjacent to Kampung Pandan, Pandan Jaya and Jalan Cochrane, and across the Kerayong River is the development of Shamelin Perkasa.

Public amenities[edit]

It houses a number of public schools, private schools and international ones. Most notable is Taylor's International School.

Commercial activity[edit]

Maluri is perhaps notable for being home to JUSCO's oldest store (though not the first) in Malaysia, which opened on 30 October 1989. Newer malls sprung up in the area in recent years, most notably Sunway Velocity Mall. IKEA's second store in Malaysia and MyTown opened along Jalan Cochrane, just adjacent to Maluri.[2]



Maluri is located along Jalan Cheras, next to its interchange with BESRAYA E9. The area can also accessed via Jalan Cochrane, Jalan Perkasa and the MRR2 via Pandan Jaya.

Public transportation[edit]

Maluri lends its name to the  AG13  SBK22  Maluri station, served by both the Ampang Line and the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line. Cochrane MRT station is another MRT station located in the suburb.

Maluri is also an important rapidKL bus hub, with routes going as far as KLCC, Kajang and Titiwangsa.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "P.119 Titiwangsa". Retrieved 19 August 2017.
  2. ^ "【独家】大兴土木 脏乱变摩登 蕉赖马鲁里蜕变乍喜还忧" (in Chinese). eNanyang.