KLIA retail space offered for tender

Malaysia Airports has announced 14 tenders for KLIA retail space covering more than 2000sqm.

The tenders are part of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport rennovation works in the main terminal building.

The majority of the tenders closed in mid-September, although the deadline for submissions for a 777sqm walkthrough emporium in the level 3 arrivals area, featuring core duty free brands such as perfume and alcohol, remains open until October 11. Tenderers are asked to consider the creation of a seamless walkthrough emporium incorporating a passenger walkway of approximately 30 to 40 per cent of the common walkway.

The closed tenders include four news, books and convenience goods outlets; two coffee outlets, and two casual dining concepts in the main terminal.

The tenders are part of MAHB’s five-year plan to evolve KLIA into “a hub with increased connectivity and seamless transfers”.

The new retail layout at KLIA will be divided into five new zones: the duty free zone, fashion avenue, ‘retailtainment’, sense of place, and F&B.

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