Bukit Jalil, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur was once known as the Bukit Jalil Estate until 1992 when National Sports Complex (now upgraded and renamed to KL Sports City for the 2017 Southeast Asian Games) was developed for 1998 Commonwealth Games. Since then Bukit Jalil is seen as a new growth area with fast growing population and is now well connected by a synergy of roads, highways and public transportation.
Bukit Jalil, an urban metropolis is set to create a new dimension of an integrated community development that transcends the diverse lifestyle needs of the urban population with wellness, convenience, leisure, and connectivity at one connected location.
Bukit Jalil will transform into a more dynamic and vibrant township with excellent connectivity to the city centre. The upcoming Pavilion Bukit Jalil will bring the best-in-class shopping experience and aspires to be the ultimate cosmopolitan shopping hub to attract the increasing affluence of the surrounding populace and tourists.