A Giant hypermarket is available for family -oriented customers to shop for affordable everyday needs.Restaurants such as S Kitchen and Edo Icchi Sushi offer a wide array of Western, Asian, and local delicacies for famished shoppers.
Offering a convenient one-stop destination for shopping, dining, and leisure, Subang Jaya is the place to go for avid shoppers thanks to a multitude of shopping malls with ample parking occupying the township.
Subang Jaya, located approximately 20km from the Kuala Lumpur city centre, has transitioned from a humble suburban city to a neatly self-contained hub of higher education institutions, eateries and independent retail stores.
This is a great place to see local students, young professionals and families from KL at their cosmopolitan best and perfect for laidback weekends.
SS15 (Section 15), Subang Jaya's central business hub, is a definite 'go to' area with a wide array of leisure activities, while a number of trendy shopping outlets such as One City and The Main Place can be found at United Estate Projects Subang Jaya (commonly known as USJ).
From ultra-sleek and modern shopping malls to humble local speciality stores, we have listed our top ten favourite places to shop in Subang Jaya.
One City is situated near Putra Heights off the LDP (Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong) expressway, offering an assortment of retail, food and beverage, entertainment and value-for-money service outlets.
Divided into three sections – Sky Park, The Place, and The Garden Shoppe, the shopping mall is well-frequented for its 12-feet atrium beautifully lit by natural light to each and every floor of the mall.
The 10th floor of Sky Park features rooftop restaurants with magnificent views of the city landscape as well as a glass floor offering a dizzying sight of a ten-storey drop.
The Place is laden with a host of retail attractions and entertainment outlets while The Garden Shoppe is set in a beautiful garden landscape setting and offers an array of value-for-money services, a number of restaurants and food joints offering local delicacies, and bazaar-styled kiosks selling fashion apparels from independent brands, affordable jewellery and unique trinkets.