Sunway Pyramid Megamall - Is one of The Best Thematic Mall in Malaysia, with lots of mini tenants including a Twelve-Cineplex. Occupies the best location in PJ State as it is just 3 minutes by car from the Subang Jaya KTM Station (Pel. Klang line).
One Utama - 1 Lebuh Bandar Utama (hourly free shuttle bus from LRT Kelana Jaya). One of the largest and most popular malls in the entire Klang Valley, recently expanded with a brand new wing. Existing tenants Jusco, Marks & Spencer, and TGV Cinemas in the old block are now accompanied by those in the new wing such as Parkson, MPH Megastore, Golden Screen Cinemas, Celebrity Fitness, and Marks & Spencer as well as Malaysia's largest rock-climbing gymnasium.
The Curve - No. 6 Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara. This very popular lifestyle and fashion mall forms the centerpiece of the Mutiara Damansara commercial precinct. The complex is split into The Street (outdoor mall) and The Walk (indoor). Anchor tenants include the new MJ by Metrojaya, VISTA Vision Specialist (Region Largest LASIK Outlet), Borders Books' second outlet, MPH Bookstores and HSL Digital Lifestyle as well as Fitness First, Red Box Karaoke, and Marche Movenpick Restaurant at The Street. Other shopping haven nearby include TESCO Hypermarket, IKEA & 10 screen newly opened Cathay Cineplex.
Kota Darul Ehsan Arch - This huge marble arch, the gateway into Petaling Jaya, was erected to mark the commemoration of the cession of Kuala Lumpur to the Federal Government to form the Federal Territory. Construction commenced in 1974 and the arch was officially opened in 1981. The arch is most spectacular at night when the lighting creates a "golden" illumination to highway motorists.
Wat Chetawan Temple - (Nearest LRT Station: Taman Jaya) One of the main Thai Buddhist temples in the Klang Valley, the Chetawan can be seen in full glory either when driving on Jalan Gasing or traveling on the Kelana Jaya Line LRT. With a towering main prayer hall and surrounded by shrines, the temple has been around for more than 40 years, having started as a small temple in Jalan Raja Bot in 1957. The present temple was built in the early 1960s. Today, it is the main attraction for devotees and visitors alike because of its intricate design and statues within the temple grounds. The temple attracts huge numbers of devotees during Thai festivals like Songkran and Loy Krathong, as well as Wesak, and hosts Thai royal visitors during auspicious festivals.