Office complex by day, with eateries dotted around the ground floor, it used to have a thriving clubbing scene, but with the closure of many of the thumping outlets, only the more sedate, laidback waterholes remain.
KK Times Square is mostly occupied by businesses as diverse as hotels, travel agents, financial institutions, lawyers, government bodies, oil palm and property developers.
Parking is standard for KK, ie. insufficient, and that’s only considering the tenants. Customers have to pick and choose from the few slots that are available or, also standard for KK, just double park where ever.
The 1 exit, with only 2 manned ticket booths and surely some of KK’s slowest booth attendants, creates a struggle with backed-up traffic that can be very frustrating when trying to exit during lunch hours and at the end of the day.
KK Times Square Phase II, where Imago is, is now pretty much complete and with it came the opening of a bridge that connects the entire KK Times Square development with the city, making for a much shorter walk if not a slightly shorter drive.
Tenants / Shops at KK Times Square Phase I
Click on a column to sort the shops accordingly. If you have a shop in the original KK Times Square and would like to be part of this list, contact us to add your business.
Click on the column headings to sort alphabetically.
|Sutera Sanctuary Lodges||–||Travel / Lodging|
|Downbelow Marine & Wildlife||–||Travel / Lodging|
|Vino Vino||–||Restaurant, Nightlife|
|Sabah Parks||–||Travel / Lodging|
|New Straits Times||–||Office|
|Orange||–||Stationary / Printing|
|Kingston Hotel||–||Travel / Lodging|