0.7 miles from downtown
Lot 10, Imbi Plaza, Sungei Wang, BB Plaza, Fahrenheit, Starhill and Pavillion ... high-end and mid-range, the gang’s all here – at least in terms of big malls, all of which run the gamut from tired to tasteful. Don't miss the Bintang Walk Streets for amazing street food, or Cosmo’s World Theme Park in Berjaya Times Square for kid-friendly fun.
Places to stay from $2 a night
Downtown Kuala Lumpur
KL city center is an amalgamation of all things commercial. It's filled with soaring skyscrapers that symbolize the capital's wealth and power, like the Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower. Yet there's also a softer side. Families stroll in Taman Tasik Perdana, children play in Butterfly Park and the health-conscious jog in KLCC Park.
Places to stay from $5 a night
0.7 miles from downtown
Golden Triangle encompasses several districts and has something for everyone. Find food and fashion on Bukit Bintang and Petaling Streets. Culture vultures can get crafty with traditional batik painting and basket weaving at Karyaneka. At night, find wacky nightclubs along Jalan P. Ramlee (the "clubbing street") and fist pump the night away.
Places to stay from $7 a night
KL Sentral Train Station
2.1 miles from downtown
Two reasons to stay in KL Sentral – food and connections! It's known as a transport hub, with easy links to anywhere in the city. For some great local eats, try Warong Kita or Kelantan Delights, famous for its strictly Malaysian buffet. The nearby Sooka Makan Foodcourt and Nu Sentral Mall offer an unending parade of dazzling pan-Asian flavors.
Places to stay from $17 a night
Kuala Lumpur is a city of striking contrasts with a never-ending list of things to do, see, and taste.
Packed with impressive skyscrapers, huge malls, and bustling markets, Malaysia’s capital is both a hotspot for shopping and nightlife, as well as a fusion point of ancient cultures. Malay, Chinese, Indian, Tamil, and Thai people have lived here side by side for generations – a melting pot best reflected in the local food.
Follow your nose to Petaling Street (Chinatown) for a serving of "Chili pan mee" – a noodle stir-fry of fried onions, fresh scallions, crushed peanuts, shredded pork, and a poached egg. Then head over to Brickfields (Little India) for spicy chicken curry, dosa pancakes, and all the banana fritters you can handle. Just bring a map so you don’t get lost between these lively districts.
Kuala Lumpur isn't only all about the food. The futuristic Petronas Towers are hallmarks of the Kuala Lumpur skyline, and the Islamic Arts Museum and National Museum offer a look into the city’s rich history. You can escape the city hustle in the lush Botanical Gardens, or the Batu Caves – a series of spectacular, Hindu shrine-filled chambers set beneath a limestone hill, only 30 minutes north of the city.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport offers direct flights to Singapore and other destinations around the world.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||January-March|
|Local currency||MYR 10 = $2.27|
|Average weekend price||$46 per night|
|Average weekday price||$44 per night|
|Average stay||1 night|
Clean city Transportation and walking bridges are amazing Dont miss sunway lagoon and genting theme park People are friendly Weather was great Dont get scammed by the airport taci prices they take tooo much money . We were really tired to get transportation they charged us almost triple the fare !
Nice and lovely city to enjoy your stay here. More variety of food from all over the world and hv a store that open for 24 hrs. Easy access to everywhere with Putra LRT, MRT and many more transportation that you can get. Traditional culture and modern culture will make your stay more meaningful and more memorable.
We live in KL but regularly book ourselves a nice hotel for a few days. This city has much to offer such as great restaurants and shopping, sightseeing. We ate at Soleil in Damansara this time and liked it very much. But there are great eating places in Pavilion, Suria KLCC, Avenue K, and Changkat Bintang. Visit The Gardens for all levels of shopping and dining. Download GRAB for easy taxi service (normal taxis are thankfully nearly extinct) or use the free busses.
room is clean...... check. in bad and disaster.. long 4 line cue...... at 3.15 pm check-in waiting in line almost 65 minutes.... with 3 front office staff.. some check. out still have to. wait...... room ready after 5 hours without any towels... TB channel should upgrade... 5 channel is empty nothing... breakfast many choices on first n second day lovely.. but third n fourth day nothing left.. just slices of bread.. Danish pastries... without crosaint. yogurt lovely brewwedcoffee.. just a machine's the big ou of order.... pity so. bad.
A city centre of Malaysia, a combination of few regions and races but 1 family and harmony cultures, it makes visitors the most important reason must to have a visit, to experience it the different region and race cultures and food in 1 place.
It's more to do wz dining and shopping but to be fair, they just reopened the Country on the day we arrived after the pandemic so the tour operators were not yet active I believe.. Transportation is bit of a nightmare as the Grab App (Similar to Uber) wasn't picking up the location properly and some Red Taxis (Teksi) were refusing to use the meter and quoting extremely high prices for short trips.. Specially near the Jalan Alor food street.
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