Friday, 2 January 2015

Indoor amusement park at Berjaya Time Square, Kuala Lumpur

The Berjaya building and shopping centre is so big, it is hard to believe. The outdoor pictures in front of the monorail station give you an impression. The building has an older appearance but inside modern elements like a flashy liquid floor, a hidden forest, modern electronics and an extreme gothic shop for which you need to be a member.

On the fifth floor they have an indoor amusement park with some traditional carnival rides. The main attraction is a two lift hill roller coaster with several inversions. Who would expect such a thrill ride in a shopping centre?

Het Berjaya gebouw en winkelcentrum is zo groot dat je het bijna niet kan voorstellen. De buitenfoto's aan het monorail station geven je een indruk. Het gebouw ziet er wat ouder uit maar met moderne elementen zoals een blitse liquide vloer, een verborgen woud, moderne elektronica en een extreme gothicwinkel waarvan je lid moet zijn. 

Op het vijfde verdiep heeft men een indoor pretpark met traditionele kermismolens. De hoofdattractie is echter een achtbaan met twee liftheuvels en verschillende inversies. Wie had dat verwacht in een winkelcentrum? 
 
Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur Tea

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur Nikon

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur Liquid floor

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur forest

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur Theme Park

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur Roller Coaster

Berjaya Time Square Kuala Lumpur

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22 comments:

  1. Indrukwekkend gebouw en wat een mooi winkelcentrum!

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  2. The floor is awesome! The tree ceiling, too. I guess it would take days to shop all the way through it.

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  3. Amazing shopping centre. Cool fun.

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  4. Vau .. what a market. There everyone have fun, though the money has going :)
    Nice photos.
    Greetings

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  5. Ooo, it is flashy, looks good.

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  6. I love the liquid floors, so cool! This is quite the place, here we have what is known as West Edmonton Mall and it's huge, it has a full size pool, tidal pool, Fantasyland (rides galore and one huge roller coaster which I went on once and was cured! lol), there's tons of shops, restaurants, a hotel and the list goes on. At one point in time our mall here was known as the biggest mall in the world, it appears it might not be anymore with this place you're describing. Now my curiosity is piqued, I'll have to go and check it out. Oh and no liquid floors here unfortunately, I've love to see these!

    Cheers.

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    1. Hi again, I just checked and West Edmonton Mall now ranks 14th and this mall ranks 15th, pretty close. I rarely go to WEM, it's so big and I tend to get lost sometimes! lol

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  7. No wonder it looks familiar from the first picture ! Welcome to our country. I hope you went up to the Skybar of Traders Hotel in the evening; there is an windowless area where you can photograph the Twin Tower view.

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  8. indrukwekkend...

    bijna niet te geloven...

    fraai in beeld gebracht Filip

    prettige zondag

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  9. I was there in 2007 and wanted to see an IMAX 4D film.... was not available on that day. :( I lived in the center for a month. :)

    Roj

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  10. Wonderful!
    A great and enjoyable post, especially since we intend to go there in the future and visit Asia from our Australian base.
    Thanks for your comment on my blog, I wish you both a fantastic new year!

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  11. Surprise to see an amusement park in shopping centre

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  12. Wow, the children's department with their giant Hello Kitty and dresses and accessories from the movie Frozen, it looks like it could be right here! Some really fabulous play with your captures in this mix too! Very nice!

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  13. indrukwekkend
    k denk niet dat ze dat hier in de winkels moeten proberen :-)

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  14. leuk dat je overal foto's mocht maken, vaak mag dat helemaal niet, zoals ik heb ondervonden.
    Fijne week en groetjes,|Dietmut

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  15. looks like great places to shop, and sorry to see that you can get in trouble with Nikon in any country.

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