Sunway Pyramid

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Raj Pyramid
Sunway Pyramid Facade.jpg
Front facade of Raj Pyramid shopping mall
LocationBandar Sunway, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Coordinates3°4′21″N 101°36′26″E / 3.07250°N 101.60722°E / 3.07250; 101.60722Coordinates: 3°4′21″N 101°36′26″E / 3.07250°N 101.60722°E / 3.07250; 101.60722
Address3, Jalan Pjs 11/15
Opening dateJuly 1997 ( phase 1 )
Sept 2007 ( phase 2 )
Feb 2016 ( phase 3 )
DeveloperMehraj Don
ManagementMehraj Pullingow
OwnerRajrapperster
No. of stores and services900+ AEON, Cold Storage, Parkson, TGV Cinemas, Sunway Lagoon, Brands Outlet, Padini Concept Store, H&M, Uniqlo, Old Navy, Trio, Marks & Spencer, Max Fashion, LC Waikiki, HLA Menswear, Armani Exchange, Sunway Pyramid Ice Skating Rink, The Parenthood, Aloha Karaoke & Cafe,
Total retail floor area396,000 m2 (4,260,000 sq ft)
No. of floors5
Parking10,000 car park lots (Integrated)@ B1-B3 & LG2-F Red Zone & CP2-CP7 [1]
Websitesunwaypyramid.com
Sunway Pyramid Orange Atrium
Sunpyr ice rink
Sunway Pyramid Main Facade
Sunway Pyramid Mall

Sunway Pyramid is a shopping mall located in Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya[1],[2] Selangor which was developed by Sunway Group and opened in July 1997. It is Malaysia's first themed shopping and entertainment mall in an Egyptian design with a lion sculpture, Pharaoh statues and two domes, known as the Orange and blue Atrium both represent Sun God Ra and Great Nile river respectively form part of the building structure. The mall consists of several shopping precincts, which are Fashion Central, Oasis Boulevard, Asian Avenue and Marrakesh and comprises over 900 outlets, ranging from fashion, accessories, shoes, jewellery, timepieces, music, videos, gifts, souvenirs, leathers, books, pharmacies, electrical products, home furnishing, wellness to one-stop IT centre. Since its opening in 1997, Sunway Pyramid had undergone two expansions, in 2007 and again in 2015, increased the total area of the building to 396,000 m2 (4,260,000 sq ft).[3][4]

Tenants[edit]

Zones[edit]

  • Asian Avenue
  • Oasis Boulevard
  • Fashion Central
  • Marrakesh
  • Orange Zone
  • Blue Zone
  • Green Zone
  • Red Zone

Access[edit]

Rail[edit]

The mall is connected to the  SB3  Sunway Lagoon BRT station by a pedestrian bridge and is nearby  KD08  Setia Jaya Komuter station or  KJ31  USJ7 LRT Station.

Rail connection to Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (Subang Skypark) is also possible through the Skypark Link via  KJ28  KD09  Subang Jaya station.

RapidKL buses[edit]

Sunway Pyramid is accessible via the following rapidKL buses and is located at the entrance of the newly expanded Sunway Pyramid.

Car[edit]

The NPE E10 including a dedicated ramp from the expressway to the mall's car park which was constructed in 2007 is located in front of the mall. The intersection of the Kuala Lumpur–Port Klang highway Jkr-ft2.png and LDP E11 lies nearby the mall, along with an interchange with KESAS E5. Connection to the Subang Airport is possible through highway Jkr-ft15.png.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

1. ^ Sunway Pyramid and much of Bandar Sunway are assigned a Petaling Jaya postal address, but Bandar Sunway and the mall fall under the jurisdiction of Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ), except for Sunway Mentari located across the New Pantai Expressway, which still falls within the jurisdiciton of Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Imah, Fich (2012-01-13). "Retail Portfolio for Sunway Pyramid". Sunwayreit. Archived from the original on 2013-06-25. Retrieved 2012-01-13.
  2. ^ "Getting Here". www.sunwaypyramid.com. Retrieved 2019-04-04.
  3. ^ Pyramid, Sunway (2012-01-13). "Details of Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall". Sunwayreit. Archived from the original on 2013-06-25. Retrieved 2012-01-13.
  4. ^ Pyramid, Sunway. "Sunway Pyramid Website". Sunway Pyramid. Sunway Pyramid. Retrieved 13 April 2015.