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Thursday, 7 December 2017 | MYT 12:00 AM

Alamanda Shopping Centre is rewarding customers with gift vouchers up till Dec 10

ALAMANDA Shopping Centre in Putrajaya is giving away 1,000 gift vouchers in its “Click & Win” contest.

The contest is held in line with the introduction of the revamped websites of the Suria KLCC group of malls, which now feature a new look and ease of access to information such as the latest promotions and events, list of products and services, maps and other information.

To celebrate, the malls are rewarding customers with various prizes, including fashion, shoes, cosmetics, skincare as well as food and beverage cash vouchers.

Running simultaneously with Suria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur and Mesra Mall in Terengganu, the contest will be giving away a total of 5,000 prizes during the period between Dec 4 and 10.

Customers simply need to visit the website and fill up their personal details to be in the running to win the prizes.

To participate, visit, and

Alamanda Shopping Centre is one of three shopping centres under the Suria KLCC group of malls.

Located in Putrajaya, the mall offers a good mix of shopping, dining and entertainment experience to a diverse demographic, including working professionals, residents in the vicinity, students as well as tourists.

The mall, with a nett lettable area of 55,741.8sq m, features 150 specialty stores from locally and internationally recognised brands, spread across three floors. Anchor tenants include Parkson department store, Cold Storage and Aeon Big hypermarket.

There’s also the ARL Power Bowling, a family-oriented bowling centre which offers attractive event packages, catering to different needs. For the movie buff, Golden Screen Cinemas has eight halls and seats 1,404 people.

Other entertainment choices include Superstar Karaoke which caters to families with affordable packages.

Satiate your hunger pangs at Rasa Food Court which gives a colourful mix of gastronomical Asian and Western delights.

Other attractions at the mall include the Bamboo Walkway, a long, arching path lined by bamboos for a relaxing stroll as well as the Esplanade where shoppers can enjoy the serene sounds of tranquil water flowing.

From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes about 30 minutes by car to get to Alamanda through three major highways namely Damansara-Puchong highway, Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya highway and the PLUS highway.

It takes approximately 16 minutes from KLIA to Putrajaya Sentral station via the ERL and another 10 minutes of feeder bus ride to Alamanda.