Cube Hotel

180 Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia

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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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13
Very Good
41%
57
Average
35%
49
Poor
9%
13
Terrible
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7

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  • Families35
  • Couples42
  • Solo65
  • Business57

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Forum Posts

weather KL

by miki64

I'd like to know the weather condition if I decide to do a stop of a couple of day for visiting KL in the middle of november. Thanks

Re: weather KL

by christabal

In the past November generally use to be wet - the monsoon season but with the crazy climate conditions nowadays, it could be sunny all month as has happened the last few years.

As Malaysia lies near the equator, come rain or shine, it is warm and humid - there are no huge temperature fluctuations, typhoons, etc.

Don't let any potential weather condition stop you from visiting.

Re: weather KL

by limkahwan

hi, welcome to Malaysia, our country is a very lucky one. do not worry about extreme weather. we have no major disaster condition, its always rain or shine.

Re: weather KL

by miki64

Thk for your answers, I'm thinking to stop 2 or 3 night in KL any suggestion for hotel with a budget of 30/35 euro?

Re: weather KL

by slambuzz

There is allot of hotel in KL within that price range.

I recommend these few hotel for your consideration :

1. Cube Hotel Bukit Bintang - near starhill and many shopping attraction.
2. Swiss- Inn Hotel - Chinatown area
3. Hotel Summer View - near KL Central (hub of public transportation)
4. Chinatown Boutique Hotel - Near Chinatown
5. Citrus Hotel - Near Chowkit road (night market) and Putra WTC
6. The 5 Elements Hotel - Chinatown

Hope this helps and welcome to Malaysia.

Re: weather KL

by SPOOLEY

If you are planning to travel to Malaysia during November you will be travelling within Malaysia’s rainy season. If you are staying in Kuala Lumpur, expect some rain each day, but it is highly unlikely that it will ran for the whole day whilst you are there.

The rain shouldn’t stop you from travelling to Malaysia as sometimes the rain is a welcomed response to humidity experienced in the city.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau

by victorwkf

My visit to Kuala Lumpur in Sep 2005 was mainly a study trip to the National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau (NPCB), which is a regulatory agency under the Ministry of Health to regulate health products such as western medicines, traditional medicines, health supplements, cosmetics etc. The premise of the NPCB is located at Jalan Universiti at the Petaling Jaya suburb of Kuala Lumpur, and it is largely made up of old buildings which were formally storehouses. I had an enriching study trip there and attached are some photos of the premise of NPCB.

Good Online Information Sites

by Kakapo2

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Although I had Malaysia travel guides I got a lot of my Kuala Lumpur info from the official Kuala Lumpur website. Sorry, did not know about VT then ;-)

And although I know VT now and love it, I still think this official visitor information site is great, and so I still recommend it. Everything is just a mouse-click away, from accommodation, to getting around, to arts and culture, history, and so on.

On VT I have found very good and rather bad pages. I gave up checking a highly rated page after looking over five or six pages of "Watching People" under "Things to Do" tips. Of course, I also watch people when I am somewhere, at home or in a foreign country. But in a chapter where I expect travel tips and tips about the major attractions of the place, I am not interested to see millions of photos of people who brush the hair out of their faces, attach the straps of their bras, or lick their lips. Sorry!

I am not against such photos but they should be stored in albums or travelogues or wherever.

Info sites:
http://www.kualalumpur.gov.my/
http://travel.tourism.gov.my/en/
http://www.cuti.com.my/guide_kl.htm
http://travelmalaysiaguide.com/travel-guide-to-kuala-lumpur-malaysia/

Masjid Negara

by Bjorgvin

Visit the Masjid Negara (The National Mosque).
Masjid Negara is one of the largest mosques in SE Asia. This modern looking building (completed in 1965) with its beautiful interior, located behind the railway station, consists of a prayer hall, mausoleum, library, and offices. It has a 75m minaret. - Jl. Sultan Hishamuddin - Tel. +60 (3) 22-82-49

McDonald's

by l_joo

McDonald's restaurant is already our Lumpurians' daily must. We simply loves it, irresistible is perhaps the word to describe this current world number one brand name. This restaurant is a complete winner here to let everybody accept its way of eating in a shop full of easy relax environment of cold air-conditioning and most important was its neutral international feels and culture suited all religions without clashes, also it has the learn to speak English opportunity for many beginners, it completely conquered Malaysians, what an achievement, no wonder they are the world's number one. After all, it has good tasty Sundae, Ayam McD, and local's porridge and many more, they just read peoples' mentality, able to analyze what Malaysian needs. They even have the cute-cute toys with made-in-China on it selling like mad, peoples would rather queue that long just to buy the toys for collections, amazing.

National Mosque toilets FOR MALAYSIANS ONLY!

by Cowsill

Although there are some pamphlets inside the Mosque, the attendants enforce a policy that the toilets at the main entrance to the Mosque are FOR MALAYSIANS ONLY! The attendants prevented my non-Malaysian friend from entering. Although they are not labeled FOR MALAYSIANS ONLY! (which is clear in the photos) that is their policy, according to the attendants.

In the photo taken at entrance to Mosque: Foreground: Men's toilet. Midground: Attendants who refuse entrance to non-Malaysians. Background: Malaysian women exiting women's toilet.

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