Here Are 6 LRT/MRT Routes You Can Take To Navigate Through Top Malls In The Klang Valley

There's a 1 day pass for those who want to travel all day long to these malls!
Living in the vibrant Klang Valley can be both exciting and overwhelming, especially with the multitude of malls that seem to sprout overnight. However, the constant traffic congestion and scarce parking spaces can quickly turn a shopping trip into a headache.

Fortunately, there’s a solution that allows you to experience the city in a stress-free way: Klang Valley’s public transportation system. The LRT, MRT and Monorail lines offer convenient access to some of the most popular malls in the area.

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Mrt putrajaya line
Photo via Business Today

To help you make the most of your shopping adventures, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to the top malls in Malaysia that you can reach hassle-free by public transport. Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor exploring the city, these malls are easily accessible and will spare you the headache of navigating through congested streets.

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LRT Kelana Jaya Line

  • USJ21 Station – Main Place USJ
  • Wawasan Station – The 19 USJ City Mall
  • USJ 7 Station – Da Men Mall and Summit USJ
  • SS15 Station – SS15 Courtyard
  • Subang Jaya Station – Subang Parade and Empire Shopping Gallery
  • Ara Damansara Station – Evolve Concept Mall
  • Taman Jaya Station – Amcorp Mall
  • LRT Universiti Station – KL Gateway Mall
  • Abdullah Hukum Station – Mid Valley Megamall and The Gardens Mall
  • KL Sentral redONE Station – NU Sentral
  • KLCC Station – Suria KLCC and Avenue K
  • Ampang Park Station – The Linc KL and The Intermark Mall
  • Damai Station – Keramat Mall
  • Jelatek Station – Datum Jelatek Mall
  • Sri Rampai Station – Wangsa Walk Mall
  • Wangsa Maju Station – AEON Alpha Angle
  • Taman Melati Station – M3 Mall

LRT Ampang Line

Lalaport mall
Photo via WeirdKaya
  • PWTC Station – Sunway Putra Mall
  • Bandaraya Station – SOGO Mall
  • Hang Tuah Station – Lalaport BBC KL
  • Chan Sow Lin Station – Metro Mall
  • Pudu Station – Pudu Plaza Mall and Kenanga Wholesale City
  • Miharja Station – Viva Mall
  • Maluri Station – AEON Maluri and Sunway Velocity
  • Pandan Indah Station – Fiesta Mall @ Axis Pandan

LRT Sri Petaling Line

Sunway putra mall
Photo via Time Out
  • PWTC Station – Sunway Putra Mall
  • Chan Sow Lin Station – Metro Mall
  • Bandaraya Station – SOGO Mall
  • Hang Tuah Station – Lalaport BBC KL
  • Pusat Bandar Puchong Station – SetiaWalk Mall
  • IOI Puchong Jaya Station – IOI Puchong Mall
  • Bukit Jalil Station – Endah Parade

MRT Kajang Line

Starhill gallery, bukit bintang
Photo via WeirdKaya
  • Surian Station – Tropicana Gardens Mall and Sunway Giza
  • Mutiara Damansara Station – IKEA Damansara, IPC, and The Curve
  • Taman Tun Dr Ismail Station – Glo Damansara
  • Bandar Utama Station – 1 Utama Shopping Centre
  • Pusat Bandar Damansara Station – Damansara City Mall
  • Bukit Bintang Station – Pavilion, The Star Hill, Lot10, Fahrenheit 88, and Sungei Wang
  • Merdeka Station – Kenanga Wholesale City
  • Muzium Negara Station – NU Sentral
  • Taman Mutiara Station – EkoCheras Mall and Cheras Leisure Mall
  • Taman Connaught Station – Cheras Sentral Mall
  • Stadium Kajang Station – Plaza Metro Kajang
  • Maluri Station – AEON Maluri and Sunway Velocity
  • Cochrane Station – IKEA Cheras and MyTown

MRT Putrajaya Line

The intermark mall
Photo via Facebook/Intermark Mall KL
  • Sri Damansara Timur Station – Kompleks Desa Kepong
  • Sri Delima Station – Brem Mall Kepong
  • Chan Sow Lin Station – Metro Mall
  • Ampang Park Station – The Linc KL and The Intermark Mall
  • Persiaran KLCC Station – Suria KLCC and Avenue K

KL Monorail Line

Pavilion kl
Photo via FoodPorn
  • KL Sentral Station – NU Sentral
  • Hang Tuah Station – Lalaport BBC KL
  • Imbi Station – Berjaya Times Square, Imbi Plaza, Low Yat Plaza
  • Bukit Bintang Station – Pavilion, The Star Hill, Lot10, Fahrenheit 88, and Sungei Wang Plaza
  • Medan Tuanku Station – Quill City Mall

MyRapid KL MyCity pass

Did you know that Malaysians have an exclusive travel pass called MyRapid KL, MyCity? It’s a fantastic way to explore the city and go to popular malls without breaking the bank.

Touch'n go pass
Photo via Touch n’ GO

With the MyCity travel pass, you can enjoy unlimited train rides on the Rapid KL rail (LRT/MRT/Monorail) and BRT network for either one day (1-day-pass) or three days (3-day-pass).

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The 1-day-pass is priced at an incredibly affordable RM5 for those who already have a Touch ‘n Go card or are using MyKad to activate the MyCity code. For the 3-day-pass, the price is just RM15.

If it’s your first time purchasing, you can also get the travel pass for RM15 or RM25 respectively, which includes RM5 purse value in the Touch ‘n Go card and RM5 card price.

Simply head to any LRT, MRT, Monorail, or BRT station to buy your MyCity pass. Just remember to bring your MyKad (IC) for verification purposes.

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With this comprehensive guide and the convenience of public transportation, you can now embark on a stress-free shopping adventure in Kuala Lumpur. So, hop on a train or monorail, and let the retail therapy begin!


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