Shopping & Eating at Kuala Lumpur International Airport
There are many shops and restaurants at KLIA, both in the publicly accessible areas and in the air-side departure areas. See the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal information page for shops available in the LCCT.
Public Access Shops & Restaurants at KLIA
There are many shops and restaurants in both the departure and arrival levels of the main terminal building. In the lower-level arrivals hall there is a large convenience store and flower kiosk along with several fast food outlets and coffee shops. The food options include Burger King, Delifrance, Malaysian Wok and Ritazza coffee.
On the departure level are several more shops and restaurants. The shops include a large bookstore, the Body Shop, Royal Selangor Pewter, Tie Rack, a photo shop and pharmacy, while the food options include KFC, McDonald's, EDEN Seafood, Asean Café and two coffee shops.
Duty Free Shops & Restaurants at KLIA
The duty free shopping at KLIA is not quite on the same level as the other major regional airports, but there is a more than adequate array of designer products as well as the usual suspects of booze and cigarettes. You'll also find several shops selling local products and crafts, although prices at the airport are nearly double those in town.
Duty Free Benchmark Prices
|Marlboro Cigarettes (Carton of 100)||RM 50 (149.93 USD)|
|Bacardi Light Rum (1 liter)||RM 60 (179.91 USD)|
|Beefeater Gin (1 liter)||RM 50 (149.93 USD)|
|Chivas Regal (1 liter)||RM 115 (344.83 USD)|
|Jack Daniels (1 liter)||RM 90 (269.87 USD)|
|Absolut (1 liter)||RM 58 (173.91 USD)|
See our duty free guide for full price comparisons.
Shops in the international departure areas include Harrods, another branch of Royal Selangor Pewter, several gold and jewelry shops, Guardian Pharmacy, a bookstore and designer fashion boutiques by Versace, Burberry, Hermes, Coach, Ferragamo, Dunhill and others.
Restaurants in the international departure areas include Burger King, Sbarro, Delifrance, Dome Café and Starbucks.