Hotel Maluri Kuala Lumpur

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1 Jalan Permaisuri, Taman Maluri, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia

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Hotel Maluri Kuala Lumpur
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  • Families50
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business44
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    Hotel Maluri


    The hotel is located away from the hustle and bustle on the city... Its setting is that of greenery and it gives the hotel a soothing charm... Its entrance is a swath of tropical plants, ferns, palms, shrubs and a small waterfall that makes the settle much more relaxing... The 238 guest rooms are equipped with all the necessities such as CTV, coffee/tea making facilities...

    Unique Quality: The hotel caters to business meetings with and 250-seat Teratai Ballroom and other smaller function rooms... The Bunga Raya room can seat 70 people... For dining, there is the Bistro and Lounge, both by the swimming pool... Both outlets are small, casual and have a comfortable feel.... There are chairs and tables outside fro those who wish to dine in style by the pool and enjoy the breeze...

    Directions: The hotel is slightly out of the way at Taman Maluri, just behind the Jaya Jusco Supermarket...

More about Hotel Maluri Kuala Lumpur

Repair Travelling Bag

by chiabh

If your travelling bags need repair, you can get it done at City Luggage, where they can repair all type of bags... I have all my travelling bags repaired here... Minor repairs are usually done within 2 to 3 days... City Luggage is located at 39 Jalan Jejaka Tujuh, Taman Maluri, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Buses - City Shuttle [BANDAR]


RapidKL's newly introduced City Shuttle stage buses should come in handy for tourists. The 15 routes cover most major areas in Kuala Lumpur city centre.

The fare for City Shuttles is RM2 for the whole day. Buy a ticket on your first ride and just flash your ticket at the driver for all subsequent rides. Save for more, just RM7 for unlimited ride on all RapidKL LRT & buses throughout the day. Click here for route map.

All City Shuttle stage buses can be identified by a RED CIRCLE on the windscreen and side window near the front door. They are also numbered from 101 to 115.

City Shuttle stage buses depart from four "hubs", all of them thankfully served by rail transit. They are
[KL Sentral] (Kuala Lumpur's main rail transit station),
[KLCC] (where the Petronas Twin Towers are located),
[Titiwangsa] (at the Pekeliling Bus Terminal)
[Maluri] (adjacent to the Maluri LRT station in an inner suburban area east of the city centre) and
[Medan Pasar] (Main hub, opposite HSBC Building, 50m from Masjid Jamek LRT, for many routes converge at the heart of the city centre.

KL Shopping List

by l_joo about KL Shopping List

KL shopping guide created by l_joo
I received quite a few emails from first time members regarding where to shop in Muddy Estuary or Kuala Lumpur. Each time I had to type or provide links to websites, so this time I better come out a full shopping list, so that everybody can have an idea how many shopping malls, complexes, centres, bazaars, etc and also a rough location guide by distances. If you ask me what is the best place to shop, I will recommend my top favourite spots, Low Yat Plaza, S&M, Kinokuniya, Pertama Complex and Jalan Pasar. Please feel free to ask me questions and hope you like it. Around city centre
Suria KLCC Don’t miss Kinokuniya bookshop and very surprise because no McDonald's here.
Chinatown For tourists to enjoy Lumpuristic street shoppings to meet tourists and to buy made in Lumpur products.
Lot 10 Upscale, suitable for branded shoppers.
Starhill Plaza Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Prada...
Berjaya Times Square Huge with indoor roller coaster. British Debenhams is here.
Bukit Bintang Best to watch KL’s trendy street fashions, very international, very fast and very photogenic.
Sungai Wang Crowded at anytime, lots of young teens.
Low Yat Plaza My top favourite, about 50 computers shops at top 2 floors, all kind of products.
Central Market Local handicrafts and artists life portraits.
Sogo Japanese Sogo, yeah.
Pertama Complex One of my favourite spot for football stuffs.
Campbell Complex Nice, less peoples.
Maju Junction Okay lah, very cold air-conditioning system.
Little India Very interesting, good for photos, a must.
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman Lots of shops here, mostly Islamic products and India.
The Weld Mmm…not so crowded.
The Mall Very big, suitable for all ages.
Kota Raya Lot’s of peoples especially Indonesians.
Mydin Okay lah.
S&M Shopping Arcade One of my favourite.
Jalan Pasar Earliest KL trading spot, now for electronics.
KL Plaza Good for displaying yourself at those Kopi stalls.
City Square Yow Chuan Plaza Okay lah.
Ampang Plaza Okay lah.
Kampung Baru Very hot, very Malay, very historical as well.
Chow Kit Ermm…ermm…you should know.
Shaw Parade Okay lah.
Pudu Plaza Okay lah.
Imbi Plaza Computers, computers and computers.
Wilayah Complex Okay lah.
UDA Ocean Okay lah. Distance 10 to 20 minutes by taxi
Mid Valley Megamall The largest in Malaysia.
Pasar Malam at Taman Connaught The largest PM so far.
Fajar Mari mari, very Fajar.
Sentul Shopping Complex
Plaza Phoenix Very the Plaza Phoenix wan.
Plaza OUG Okay but far.
UE3 Shopping Centre Lots of imported Chinese here.
Leisure Mall Nice but far.
Bangsar Shopping Centre Nice, less peoples.
Ampang Point Okay lah.
Pearl Point Too far mah.
Jusco Maluri Nice, I like it.

More than 20 minutes
Alpha Angle Nice one.
Centre Point Okay lah.
Giant Malaysia Malaysia’s number one hypermarket.
Carrefour French hypermarket.
Makro Dutch Cash & Carry hypermarket.
One Utama Far for tourists but nice.
Tesco Ikea of Damansara Swedish Ikea is here.
The Mines too far.
Subang Parade Okay but far.
Sunway Pyramid The head of Sphinx turned Lion, nice work.
Subang Summit Okay but far.

Plant Garden

by adoc

"First Impression"

We arrived very late at night.

The Kuala Lumpur airport is very modern and fashionable which transmits a signal that it is an international city.

The night is quiet and peaceful, the only disturbance is the guide who would never stop talking.

We stayed overnight in a hotel called "Hotel Maluri". Couldn't believe it's a 3 star hotel! The only good thing of this hotel is that you can see the twin-tower through the window.

We went out searching for food around 24:00 and ended up in a ragged eating place nearby. To my surprise the food is not bad at all. Actually it's the best food we had for that trip. The price surprised us when time to pay, arond 50rm/person! Our boss paid so it's him who was crying not me. ; P

"Day trip in Kuala Lumpur"

Since it's a company trip we had no choice but used a travel agency. We had a very regular and typical day trip in Kuala Lumpur, jumping from one tourist spot to another and shooting photos just like all the other tourists group do. Nothing really special to talk about.

However I had a very good impression of Kuala Lumpur. It's rather a plant garden than a capital to me. It's green and clean everywhere. I guess it's because I am from Beijing where a captial equels to noise and crowding.

"Islands jumping in Langkawi"

Another typical tourist day trip, they call it "Island Jumping".

What I hate most about a company trip is that you have to get up even ealier than working days!

We spent half an hour swimming in the island name "Shimi" then driven to "Lion Island" looking eagle feeding and fishing our lunch, after this another one hour swimming in "Pregnent woman" Island where the water is limnetic. Somebody enjoyed very much being massaged by fishes which I couldhardly stand. There are many monkeys who are not afraid people at all.

Forum Posts

Seri Cempaka

by shtwgj

Has anyone stayed here before?
If yes, is it far to Bukit Bintang or other shopping malls.


Re: Seri Cempaka

by mansionion


Never stayed there but I know its location - just opposite the Maluri LRT station, abt 15mins drive to Bukit Bintang. Nearest shopping mall is the Jusco Maluri accross the street.



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