Putrajaya IOI Mall – A Must-Visit Place In Malaysia

For years, the Malaysian government has aspired to become Asia’s largest shopping mall, like the other big shopping malls in the world such as Milan (Italy), London (England), Paris (France), New York (USA) and Tokyo (Japan). In order to win that position, Malaysia has continuously opened many new shopping malls with hundreds of international brands to welcome shoppers across the country, especially Kuala Lumpur.

In this article, we will provide you with detailed information on the Putrajaya IOI Mall – one of Malaysia’s premier shopping centers.

How to get there

In general, it is easy to come here because visitors can use many types of vehicles to get IOI City Mall.

By Train

In KL Sentral, you choose KTM Seremban (stopping at Serdang station) or ERL KLIA Transit (stopping at Putrajaya / Cyberjaya), then take the bus to IOI City Mall.

NADI PUTRA Bus Service

By Bus

You can choose NADI PUTRA Bus Service

  • 502 (Putrajaya Sentral – Precint 2 – Dataran Putra – Kompleks JPM – Alamanda Shopping Centre – IOI City Mall – Hospital Serdang – Minlon – KTM Serdang)
  • 505 (Precint 14 – Alamanda Shopping Centre – Kampung Abu Bakar Baginda – UNITEN – IOI City Mall)

By Taxi

It takes about 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya and 15 minutes from Putrajaya Sentral to IOI City Mall.

About Putrajaya IOI Mall

Putrajaya IOI Mall, also known as IOI City Mall, 10 minutes walk from Palm Garden Hotel is an entertainment and shopping center with hundreds of shops, cinemas and indoor skating rinks in Putrajaya.IOI City Mall is located in IOI Resort City, Putrajaya, about 35 minutes from Kuala Lumpur city center and KL International Airport. From there, it is easy for tourists to visit other tourist destinations in Kuala Lumpur such as Putrajaya Botanical Garden, Putra Mosque, and Putrajaya Bridge.

This shopping mall has 4 floors with the area of 130,064 square meters including 350 international and domestic retail stores of many famous brands such as Calvin Klein, Guess, Adidas, Nike, Hush Puppies, Parkson and HomePro.

  • Address: IOI City Mall, Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort City, 62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia
  • Phone: +60 3-8328 8899
  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00

District 21


District 21

District 21 is an indoor themed park where the tourists will have many interesting experiences. This park has 11 attractions with many levels of difficulty: Hiking, Gliding machines, Freefall, Trampoline, Maze, Sky Trail, Tubby Ride, and Carousel.

  • The fee for sightseeing: 58RM (13.5$) on weekdays and 75RM (17.5$) on weekends (free for People with disabilities and children under 90 cm).
  • Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 12:00 – 20:00; Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 – 20:00


Ice Scape Skating Rink

Opened in 2014, Ice Scape is recognized as the first and only Olympic skating rink in Malaysia. In here, you can skate or play hockey with the fee of 30RM (7$) on weekdays and 35RM (8$) on weekends (excluding the cost of gloves and skates). Do not worry if you do not how to skate because Skating Classes for all levels are available.

Wangsa Bowl

Wangsa Bowl is a bowling alley with excellent services and facilities. It is a wonderful place for your family. Besides, every month, Wangsa Bowl organizes interesting events and bowling competitions.

  • The fee: from 3.5RM (0.8$)/game
  • The opening hours: 10:00 – 13:00 daily


Golden Screen Cinemas

Golden Screen Cinemas give you exciting feeling by offering new movies and World-class experiences such as THX Surround, 3D and IMAX screens in a convenient way. The ticket price í from 14RM to 68RM (from about 3$ to 16$)

Foods and drinks

Namoo Grey Korean Café

If you love Korean food, Namoo Grey Korean Café will be a place you should not miss. With the modern design in an open space and Korean famous dishes such as noodle with bean sauce or seaweed soup, it surely makes you satisfy. Besides, to deal with hot weather of Malaysian summer, you can enjoy Bingsu, fresh fruits and ice-cream in Namoo.


Wondermilk appeared in IOI City Mall in 2000. It is famous for delicious cupcakes and beautiful design. After a long day of shopping, a cup of tea or café together with some cakes is a great idea to help you relax.



The burgers of Fatburger are made from fresh ingredients to ensure diners get the best taste. It’s hard to resist the delicious foods with premium cheese.

Nine Chefs

An outdoor dinner in Nine Chefs will bring you a cozy atmosphere. You can choose among the following suggestions: Nasi Kerabu (Fried chicken wings), Fried Laksa, Pisang Goreng (the combination of Chocolate, cheese and Oreo) and especially, a glass of iced coconut – one of Malaysia’s recent culinary trends.

T-Lounge by Dilmah

This place is famous for the white beer, green tea and black tea from Sri Lanka as well as delicious dishes in bistro style. Another element of T-Lounge by Dilmah which attracts the customers is its wooden items instead of a typical three-tiered tea set. The common dishes in here are cookies, sandwiches and macaroons.




There are hundreds of fashion shops for shopping in Putrajaya IOI Mall with famous brands such as Outlet, H & M, G2000, Padini Concept Store, Playboy, UNIQLO, Timberland, BELLE, DOROTHY PERKINS, KITCHCHEN, NIchii, TOPGIRL, TUCZ, NIKE, adidas, Audrey, XIXILI, YOUNG Hearts, Poney, Pumpkin Patch, Hush Puppies, Thomas Chan, Zucca and more.

HomePro and Index Living Mall

Houseware in HomePro and Index Living Mall

In IOI City Mall, you can buy anything you need for your house from toiletries, marble floor and elegant shower to many other things. Especially, in HomePro and Index Living Mall, you are free to choose interesting furniture to decorate your house.

Foods in new TESCO Supermarket

TESCO Supermarket brings the tourists different feeling from that in other towns because it is very modern. You can buy candies and snacks from an automatic machine. Another highlight of TESCO Supermarket in Putrajaya IOI Mall is fresh meat and seafood.

This article is all the information you should know about Putrajaya IOI Mall. We hope that it will be helpful for your trip in Malaysia.

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