Lepak is in our culture, where do we lepak the most at? Shopping Malls. We Malaysians love our malls, spending a significant amount of our time there. From hanging out with friends and family, to having our first but not the last date, there.

But have we ever wondered how old are those very malls that have provided us with all those wonderful memories and still are?

1. Sungei Wang Plaza

Opening Year: 1977 (revamped in 1992)
Age: 41 years 

2. Pertama Complex

Opening Year: 1976 (revamped in 2018)
Age: 42 years

3. Subang Parade 

Opening Year: 1988
Age: 30 years

4. Lot 10

Opening Year: 1988
Age: 30 years

5. Cheras Leisure Mall

Opening Year: 1994
Age: 24 years

6. One Utama

Opening Year: 1995 
Age: 23 years

7. Starhill Gallery 

Opening Year: 1996 (revamped and reopened in 2005)
Age: 22 years

8. Sunway Pyramid 

Opening Year: 1997
Age: 21 years

9. IOI Mall Puchong

Opening Year: 1998
Age: 20 years 

10. Suria KLCC

Opening Year: 1998
Age: 20 years

11. The Mines 

Opening Year: 1997 (revamped in 2010)
Age: 21 years

12. Summit USJ

Opening Year: 1999 (revamped in 2016)
Age: 19 years

13. Mid Valley

Opening Year: 1999
Age: 19 years

14. Plaza Lowyat

Opening Year: 1999
Age: 19 years

15. Great Eastern Mall

Opening Year: 2002
Age: 16 years

16. Berjaya Time Square

Opening Year: 2003
Age: 15 years

17. The Curve

Opening Year: 2005
Age: 13 years

18. Pavilion KL 

Opening Year: 2007
Age: 11 years

19. The Gardens Mall

Opening Year: 2007
Age: 11 years

20. Endah Parade 

Opening Year: 1998
Age: 20 years

21. Amcorp Mall 

Opening Year: 1998
Age: 20 years

22. Bangsar Shopping Centre 

Opening Year: 1990 
Age: 28

23. Bangsar Village 

Opening Year: 2004
Age: 14 years

24. Kota Raya Shopping Mall

Opening Year: 1960s
Age: (50++ years)

25. Sogo Mall

Opening Year: 1994
Age: 24 

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