Empire Shopping Gallery in Kuala Lumpur
Petaling Jaya Shopping0
Empire Shopping Gallery is a stylish lifestyle mall in Subang Jaya. Housing over 180 stores, it is a clean, organised and upscale complex similar to Bangsar Shopping Centre. Also known as ESG, the six-storey mall was the recipient of the Malaysia Property Award in 2011.
An elegant structure with beautiful outdoor landscaping, the rectangular-shaped shopping centre features a simple layout and you can see clear across the mall from one end to the other. The skylight lets plenty of natural light in, making the air-conditioned complex bright and airy.
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Empire Shopping Gallery has an upscale clientele so you will not see massive crowds (even during weekends and school holidays): this means that your shopping experience remains a relaxing one.
Facing the Federal Highway in Selangor, the ground floor houses high-end boutiques. Flanking the main entrance is Coach and Guess and to the left are Florsheim, Dorothy Perkins, Machines, Tangs, La Senza, Selberan, Crabtree & Evelyn and more: to the right are Levis, Peacocks, Timberland, Warehouse, Guy Laroche.
Meanwhile, the first floor has local designer boutiques such as Thomas Chan plus Crocs, Adidas and more. the second floor’s range of stores is more centred on maternity, baby and kids’ shops such as Toys R’ Us, Lovely Lace Baby, Stride Rite, Pumpkin Patch, Wondertots and more.
Empire Shopping Gallery is so organised, with stores perfectly placed that you really will not have any trouble navigating through its sea of retail offerings. The lower ground floor is where you will find most of its restaurants. Those looking for western fare will be glad to know that there are branches of Italiannies, Chili's Grill & Bar, Kenny Rogers’ ROASTERS, La Bodega and O'Briens Irish Sandwich here.
Locals love Belanga and Nyonya Colors for Malaysian food, while Madam Kwan’s, Di Wei Chinese Cuisine Restaurant, Din Tai Fung and Grand Imperial Kitchen are popular with those in the mood for Chinese fare. Additionally, there is a variety of other restaurants all over the mall, from bakeries like The Loaf and Whisk, to eateries specialising in Balinese, Thai and other cuisine.
How to Get There
There are several ways to get to Empire Shopping Gallery. RapidKL buses that run routes to the mall include bus number 1623 from the Kelana Jaya LRT station, U67 from KL Sentral to Subang Parade Persiaran/ Jalan Kemajuan Subang (the mall is short walk away), U76 from Mid Valley and T523 from USJ8.
There is also direct rail access to Empire Shopping Gallery: you can hop on at the KTM Komuter station at KL Sentral, Klang or Shah Alam and alight at the Subang Jaya KTM Komuter station. Empire Shopping Gallery is five minutes away. For drivers, there is direct road access from the Federal Highway, Jalan Kemajuan and Jalan Jengka.
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Empire Shopping Gallery
- Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
- Address: Jalan SS 16/1 Ss 16, 47500 Subang Jaya
- Tel: +603 5635 9858
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