Going beyond its offer of pleasant retail experiences, AEON Mall Shah Alam prides itself in its camera-worthy aesthetical features.
The design of the new addition to the Shah Alam landscape is inspired by an iconic landmark of the community—the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque.
The highlight of its décor, however, lies in its fusion of Japanese and Islamic designs, and a one-of- a-kind
four-season concept inspired by Japan’s seasonal changes: summer (natsu), autumn (aki), winter (fuyu), and spring (haru).
Fulfilling its Do Mall promise, the 1.5 million square feet “Cultural Destination Mall” offers an exciting mix of 160 tenants, which includes international retailers such as H&M, Uniqlo and the 2 nd Index Living Mall in the country.
Where food is concerned, customers are spoiled for choice at the mall’s Gourmet Table area, which features a wide range of dining options including a delicatessen and a bakery.
For the convenience of its shoppers, a refrigerated locker service is also available for free, allowing them to go about their activities without having to worry about their frozen or perishable groceries.
Other amenities include a 2,500-lot car park, shopping cart lockers, premier prayer rooms for Muslims, a children-only restroom as well as the kid-favourite, “Kidzoona” Fantasy Train.
Guided by “Customers First” philosophy, we always strive to do better, so that they will receive a fuss-free customer service experience.
According to YBhg Dato’ Abdullah, AEON has made it mandatory for every retail employee to undergo stringent in-house training to enhance their skills.
In conjunction with its grand opening, AEON Mall Shah Alam is organising a series of Japanese and local cultural activities until 10 April. Visitors to the mall can expect to be treated to a Waidako drum performance, kimono showcase, Japanese cosplay and Japanese doll-making demonstration.
Within this period, shoppers will also get to enjoy exciting tenant promotions.