Kuala Lumpur (KL) is Malaysia's modern and developed city, with contemporary high-rises, world-class hotels, glitzy shopping malls and international cuisines.
Kuala Lumpur's "Golden Triangle" - Jalan Ampang, Jalan Tun Razak, and Jalan Imbi - is home to the majority of Kuala Lumpur’s hotels, offices, shopping malls and famous sights like the Petronas Twin Towers. The hotel sits within the perimeters of the Golden Triangle.
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Aquaria KLCC is a world-class aquarium housing 5,000 varieties of tropical fish. It offers a unique underwater "edu-tainment" experience. It also showcases some of the captivating life from Malaysia and throughout the world. Aquaria KLCC takes you on an exciting journey from the misty mountains, down majestic rivers, through the green rainforest to the mangroves of the deep blue sea.
Petronas Twin Towers
At 452 metres tall with 88 floors, the Petronas Twin Towers are two of the world's taller buildings. A visit to the 41st floor Skybridge is a must for an incredible view of the city. Located only a 5 minute walk or a buggy ride away from the hotel, you can now experience the unparalleled view of the KL city the next time you stay with us!
Literally meaning 'muddy river confluence' in Malaysian, Kuala Lumpur (KL) has developed from a sleepy village of tin miners into Malaysia's modern and developed city. KL is a melting pot of cultures due to its multi-ethnic and multi-lingual population that mainly consists of Malays, Chinese, Indians and indigenous people. In addition, Arabic, British and Portuguese culture has affected the country. These influences can be seen in Little India or the vibrant Chinatown, which is fondly referred to by the locals as Petaling Street.
KL City Centre (KLCC) Park
This public park, designed by Roberto Burle Marx, features 50 acres of relaxing tropical greenery. It is a great place for an evening stroll or jog. Located opposite the hotel, there are also many attractions at the park to explore such as the Lake Symphony Fountains, a bird sanctuary, the water cascades and six photo spots.
Merdeka Square is a refreshing plot of landscaped greenery situated at the heart of the city. It plays an important part in Kuala Lumpur’s history and houses many important structures including the Royal Selangor Club, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the National History museum. Dataran Merdeka is also Kuala Lumpur's most well known landmark and it is situated opposite the Sultan Abdul Samad building. Located only a 10 minute drive from our hotel, you can reminisce about Malaysia's beautiful and courageous independence.
Batu Caves is Malaysia's biggest tourist attractions and a place of pilgrimage for Hindus. Located about 20 minutes drive from the hotel, Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples.