After 18 fabulous years since it first opened its doors in 1997, Sunway Pyramid, Malaysia’s first themed shopping and entertainment mall has undergone a magnificent transformation to herald a new shopping kingdom that boasts 4 million square feet of retail extravaganza.
Indulge and pamper your senses as you’ve never done before in the wholly transformed Sunway Pyramid!
Architecturally spell binding, the Egyptian-inspired Pyramid with an eye-catching lion standing guard at the entrance is now joined by two glorious domes – the Orange Atrium and Blue Atrium in the magnificent expansion.
4 shopping precincts – Fashion Central, Oasis Boulevard, Asian Avenue and Marrakesh offer a rejuvenating sanctuary for shoppers of all ages.
Be spoilt for choice when you visit our specialty outlets where you will find variety in fashion, accessories, shoes, jewellery, timepieces, music, videos, gifts, souvenirs, leathers, books, pharmacies, electrical products, home furnishing, wellness and a one-stop IT centre.
Sunway Pyramid is an impressively-themed shopping centre in the Klang Valley. Located in Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya, it is the only mall in Malaysia with an ice skating rink. Opened in 1997, the distinctive retail landmark is one of the largest shopping centres in the country.
Whether you think it is tacky or sophisticated, it is one of Malaysia’s most elaborate malls, with an Egyptian-inspired giant sphinx standing guard at the entrance, a monumental pyramid-shaped main complex, pseudo-hieroglyphics decorating its exterior façade and numerous faux-Pharaoh statues. Filled with character, the mall’s anchor tenants are Giant, Jusco Supermarket and Parkson Grand but its real draw is its array of independent stores.
Spread across 1.7 million sq ft, Sunway Pyramid’s layout is quite complex, given its recent expansion and renovation: just keep in mind that from the mall’s main entrance, it extends all the way towards the front entrance of Sunway Lagoon Theme Park to the north. As long as you keep in mind that the mall is somewhat similar in design to 1Utama you will find it somewhat easy to navigate. It is divided into two sections: the original wing and the new wing (also known as Pyramid 2 or P-2). It is only the main entrance and the stores in the old wing that boast Egyptian-design: beyond that the mall reverts back to neon lights, whitewashed walls and stores that feature their own brand of style.