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This sprawling, spacious mall (measuring 652,000 sq ft) has been an integral part of the retail landscape since starting out in December 2004. Being especially popular amongst urban youth and families alike, the Curve sits amongst good company with the likes of IKEA, IKANO, and e@Curve connected to it via walkways. The mall’s layout is uncomplicated and well-organised, with an open-air walkway that has become the focal point of the precinct peppered with cafés, restaurants, bistros and a bar.
The mall is anchored by department store MJ by Metrojaya. The clothes here are fun, fresh and a little funkier than the styles one usually expects from normal Metrojaya outlets. Other mini anchors within the Curve are Malaysia’s well-established bookstores Borders and MPH, Cathay Cineplex (that puts in a much appreciated effort in screening more international art house films), electrical and electronics dealer HSL Digital Lifestyle and also Tesco Hypermarket. For non-retail activities, there is the Fitness First gym with state-of-the-art gym equipment and trainers at hand and also Red Box Karaoke where you can sing the blues away.
Usually packed during the weekends, the Curve strives to be a family-friendly mall by providing strollers at the concierge and also a play area in the children’s section on the first floor. In addition to that, a baby care room is also provided for the convenience of parents out on family shopping trips.