The Exchange TRX, opening its doors on November 29, 2023, in Kuala Lumpur’s emerging international financial district, is more than just a shopping mall; it’s a transformative lifestyle destination designed to redefine urban luxury and community engagement. This 17-acre mixed-use development includes a luxury hotel, six residential towers, and a 1.3 million square-foot retail space, all interconnected and complemented by the TRX City Park and a dedicated Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) station.
A Shopping Haven with Over 400 Stores The Exchange TRX boasts over 400 stores, featuring an array of luxury and contemporary brands. Anchor tenants include Seibu, one of Japan’s largest department stores, covering 250,000 square feet across four levels. Shoppers can explore a myriad of brands, including Chanel, Saint Laurent, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Tiffany & Co, Adidas, Nike, and Puma, offering a diverse and upscale shopping experience.
Innovative Beauty and Fashion Experiences The ground level houses a beauty hall showcasing new and independent beauty and cosmetic brands, aimed at attracting a younger crowd. The fashion floor presents a mix of contemporary and Japanese fashion brands, many of which are debuting in Malaysia, alongside the country’s largest selection of children’s luxury fashion brands.
Culinary Delights: Malaysia’s First Japanese Food Hall Food enthusiasts will revel in Malaysia’s first Japanese food hall, ‘depachika’, on the lower floor, offering a variety of Japanese cuisine options like ramen, sushi, a sake bar, and wagyu beef.
Entertainment and Leisure: GSC Cinema and More Adding to the entertainment offerings, The Exchange TRX features Malaysia’s largest GSC cinema, providing a premium cinematic experience. The development also includes a 10-acre rooftop park, designed for social engagement and sustainability, with children’s play areas, water features, and spaces for community events.
Tech Enthusiasts Rejoice: First Apple Store in Malaysia A key highlight is the opening of Malaysia’s first Apple Store in February 2024, marking a significant milestone in the country’s retail landscape.
Sustainable Community Engagement The Exchange TRX is more than a mall; it’s a vision of future urban living. It’s designed to be a social heart for Kuala Lumpur, hosting an array of events and experiences like sporting and lifestyle events, fashion shows, and food fairs. The development also expects to create 6,000 to 10,000 new job opportunities, further boosting the local economy.
The Exchange TRX stands as a beacon of modern retail and lifestyle, blending luxury, diversity, and sustainability in a vibrant urban setting. This development promises to be a significant attraction for both locals and international visitors, redefining the retail and lifestyle experience in Kuala Lumpur.