|Location||George Town, Penang, Malaysia|
|No. of stores and services||150|
|No. of floors||6|
Prangin Mall is a shopping mall in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It is located at Prangin Road (now Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong), next to Komtar Tower, and is linked to both Komtar and neighbouring 1st Avenue Mall via overhead skybridges.
It was opened to the public in 2001 as Phase 3 of the Komtar project. The shopping mall faces competition from the newer 1st Avenue Mall, and today, Prangin Mall caters mainly to lower- and middle-income earners. Even so, Parkson, its main anchor tenant, has retained its outlet within the mall.
The mall has a total of six floors, including a sub-basement level.
The mall has managed to retain its lower- to middle-income customers due to the large number of cheaply-priced local retail shops. There are also a number of major fashion brands, such as Body Glove, Giordano, Padini and Takashimaya.
Prangin Mall is situated in the centre of George Town, along Prangin Road (now Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong) between Komtar and 1st Avenue Mall. In fact, Prangin Mall was named after Prangin Road, which, in turn, was the name of the canal that once existed here.
Prangin Mall's location at the heart of George Town, right next to the Rapid Penang bus terminal in Komtar, makes it easily accessible to locals and tourists alike. One can take the free-of-charge Rapid Penang CAT bus from anywhere within George Town's UNESCO World Heritage Site to get to Prangin Mall. As most Rapid Penang bus routes on Penang Island pass through the Komtar bus terminal, Prangin Mall can also be reached via any Rapid Penang bus heading to Komtar.
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