fahrenheit88 Shopping Mall


fahrenheit88 Shopping Mall opened to the public in Sept 2011 after undergoing RM100 million refurbishment by the new owner. This mall used to be known as KL Plaza and is located at Bukit Bintang, the premier shopping area in the city of Kuala Lumpur. There are over 250 retail stores with the main anchor tenant Uniqlo in this seven levels shopping mall.

Bukit Bintang Walk




The mall along the Bintang Walk. Alfresco dining is common along the Bintang Walk.




fahrenheit88 mall







The spacious and modern mall.







Fashion retail stores include Rip Curl, Discreet, Tropicana Life, R20, Geb, Saint Tropez, Diva, Da Louis and Porgie.



If you are looking for food and beverage, there are about 20 outlets with all kinds of international cuisines. Here are some of them.

California Pizza Kitchen relocated from KLCC recently. This restaurant serves pizza, pasta, salad and other western food. It is located on level 2F.

Room Eighteen serves Hong Kong cuisine with the chefs coming from Hong Kong, Shanghai and Malaysia. Other outlets are located in Tropicana City Mall, Berjaya Times Square, Mid Valley Megamall and Hartamas Shopping Centre. This shop is also located at level 2F.

Yummy Taiwan offers Taiwan cuisine.

Sakae Sushi has all types of Japanese food for you to try. It is located at level 1F.

Ko Hwang serves Korean food and is located at level 1F.

Gelato Fruity is the place to go for your dessert. It is located at level G.

Subway is the place to go for a variety of sandwiches. This shop has different deals during the weekdays.


fahrenheit88 food




The food outlet at one of the levels.





California Pizza Kitchen fahrenheit88







California Pizza Kitchen, the only outlet in Malaysia.







Other Shops

Gift and souvenirs shop include Cuppa, Arabian Nights, Fatuna, Hello Planet, My Lamb, Craftz, Rose Romance and sko Concept.

For your banking needs, there are ATMs from HSBC, Maybank and RHB. There are two money changers located at level LG.

G-Factory, Lucky Gems, MAD Timing, My Diamond, Poh Kong and Tissot are the shops to go if you looking for watches or jewellery.


Gelato Fruity fahrenheit88




Take your dessert at Gelato Fruity.




fahrenheit88 shops




One of the fashion shop.





Getting Here

This mall is located along Jalan Bukit Bintang. The best way to get here is by taking the KL Monorail and alight at Bukit Bintang station and take a walk here. This mall is open daily from 10am to 10pm including public holidays.

If you are driving, the parking rates are as follows:

Mondays to Fridays

7:00am to 4:59pm - RM3 for the first hour and RM1 for every subsequent hour.

5:00 to 6:59am - RM5 per entry per day.

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays

7:00am to 6:59am - RM5 per entry per day.

The address of the mall:

fahrenheit88
179 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6 03 2148 5488









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