Kenanga Wholesale City (何清园时装城) Shopping Center Kuala Lumpur

Kenanga Wholesale City (何清园时装城) Shopping Center Kuala Lumpur

A few years ago, we heard about an ambitious project to build a whole shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. The location is the ever popular wholesale area of San Peng. The shopping is called Kenanga Wholesale City and it has opened for more than two months. It is the first wholesale shopping mall in Malaysia and set to rival Bangkok’s Platinum Fashion Mall.

We were driving near Jalan Loke Yew and we saw the signs of Kenanga Wholesale City. We thought why not going there for a look since we haven’t buy any clothes for Chinese New Year. The mall is just located behind Tsun Jin High School and it looks huge as we saw it from far.

Parking is not an issue with basement parking and dedicated nine floors of parking spaces from level 8 to level 17! It was quite packed today as we had to park at level 12.

We took a lift down and the first impression is the interior has the similarity of Platinum Fashion Mall. Even the mall just opened for two months, almost more than 50% of the shops have already opened.

There are 800 shops to be fully opened this year and 10 levels of shopping experiences.

Some of the dresses at Kenanga Wholesale City
The directory of Kenanga Wholesale City mall as below:

Level LG:  Ladies Fashion, Men’s Wear, Shoes, Banks and Money Changer

Level G: Ladies Fashion, Men’s Wear, Shoes

Level 1: Ladies Fashion

Level 2: Ladies Fashion

Level 3: Ladies Fashion, Men’s Wear, Kids Wear, Sports Wear

Level 3A: Baju Kurung, Kids Wear, Traditional Wear, Restaurants

Level 5: Baju Kurung, Kids Wear, Traditional Wear, Bazaar

Level 6: Fashion Accessories, Handbag, Leather Goods

Level 7: Fashion Accessories, Handbag, Non-Halal Food Court

Level 15: Factory Outlets, Halal Food Court, Exhibition Area

Shirts and apparels starts from RM 2 and above. Most of the T-Shirts are selling at RM 10 and above.

There are some promotions going on such as Buy 5 Free 1, Buy 10 Free 1 and the funniest Buy 10 Get One Lucky Draw. We didn’t ask what the prize was as we were not interested in that shop.

For those who are looking for bridesmaids dresses, we saw a few boutiques that might solve your problems.

The handbag level at Kenanga Wholesale City…
There are a few boutiques also selling reasonable Chinese Cheongsam, Baju Kurung and other traditional dresses.

The Non-Halal Food Court at Level 7.
Overall, they have almost everything a shopper wants. There is also a Halal and Non-Halal food court.

Rachel looking at some of the accessories…

The shopping complex is smaller than I expected but with 800 shops, you can spend a whole day there. Since it is a wholesale shopping center, most of the items are reasonable priced and bargain items. Don’t be silly and expect to get branded goods here. Thus, for those who are looking for bargain new year clothes, Kenanga Wholesale City is the answer.

How to go to Kenanga Wholesale City:

By Road


Kenanga Wholesale City is accessible from Jalan Hang Tuah and Jalan Loke Yew. From Jalan Hang Tuah towards Jalan Loke Yew direction, you can make a left turn to Jalan Kenanga, after the Hang Tuah LRT station.


From Jalan Loke Yew towards Jalan Cheras direction, you can make a left turn to Jalan San Peng, after Tsun Jin High School. Follow by another left turn to Jalan Gelugor at the traffic light.




From Putra line (Kelana Jaya[KJ24] or Terminal Putra Gombak[KJ1]), interchange at Masjid Jamek[KJ13] to STAR line, disembark at Hang Tuah LRT station[ST3].


For STAR line route, disembark at Hang Tuah LRT station[ST3].


By Monorail

For Monorail route, disembark at Hang Tuah Monorail station[MR4].


By Bus

Rapid KL[B112],[U423].


A 5 minutes walking distance from Hang Tuah Rail and Bus station to Kenanga Wholesale City.


Kenanga Wholesale City Address, Contact and Map:

No. 8.01, Kompleks Kenanga Wholesale City,

Jalan Gelugor, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-92218081


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