Kuala Lumpur International Hotel

Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz, Kuala Lumpur, 50300, Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur International Hotel
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  • Families50
  • Couples66
  • Solo75
  • Business54
  • Kuala Lumpur Best Hotel Accommodations

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    I recommend Nest Boutique Hotel in Jalan Ipoh. Since you want to enjoy cityscape and cuisines in KL, this hotel will give you the best experience. I have been there last year during my holidays and it turned out to be quiet fun. Besides it also provides Wi-Fi connectivity, LCD TVs, etc

    Unique Quality: Rooms ranging from superior to deluxe and with all the amenities. 24/7 service and car parking facility. From the hotel you can enjoy famous Malysian cuisines and visit many popular landmarks which are nearby.

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Forum Posts

inexpensive place to stay for couple nights

by santamonicaboy

I just would like to know if there's any cool youth hostels to stay at in KL or inexpensive Hotels?..I will be there for three days
peace within
Drago

Re: inexpensive place to stay for couple nights

by putri_jogja

Hi,
There are many nice and clean hostel in KL. I ever stayed 3 times in one hostel there. Location is in Bukit Bintang. The name is Pujangga Homestay.
here is the link http://www.pujangga-homestay.com/home.html
It is near from MRT station. And easy to find food. The hostel is quite clean. The location eventhough in the middle of golden triangle but it is peach within.
From here, I ever walked to KL tower and Twin tower around 15-20 minutes. Taxi is easy to find too. Mall and shopping complex in near from here. And don't forget to visit Alor Street (jalan alor) at night. You will see hawker foods along the street.
Happy traveling

inexpensive place to stay for couple nights

by kiwi

THat link is irrelevant.

Re: inexpensive place to stay for couple nights

by Takuntung

If you come in group of 7-10 people, try homestay. If you plan to come to east coast, i am delighted to help. You can try http://www.homestaykuantan.com

Re: inexpensive place to stay for couple nights

by ranger49

Takuntung - I am afraid the establishment you have posted a Link to says on its website that it
"will be opening soon but is not operating now".

So that will be no help to the Poster.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Flights

by locallady

Me too we are going into KL in March and July, in the July trip we are set to travel onto Bangkok, these tickets are all booked with Air Asia. Like previous posts have suggested, no charge for flights but you pay the taxes and they all travel in and out of the low cost carrier terminal in KL as opposed to travelling from the main KL International Terminal. Enjoy your travels.

Watching Skyscrapers!

by marimar_72

When we first landed in KL and took a taxi to our hotel,,I was very much amuzed by watching all the skyscrapers from the taxi window,,lol,,I had to squeez my face to the window to be able to see the top of the buildings(I didn`t want to open the window as the taxi had the AC on). Wondering around the city with my beloved sister.

Jalan Alor (Hawker Street)

by Imbi

When you are in Kuala Lumpur spoil yourself in a luxurious local hawker fare. You may relish the best of Malaysian cuisines eg., BBQ, Seafood, Satay, Char Kuey Penang Laksa Teow, Rojak, Roti Canai etc. there are hundreds of hawker standing and waiting to serve you.

Stroll the streets

by alisonr

Sometimes I think the best way to see the real culture of the country you are visiting, is to go off the main roads and walk around in their local streets. This is on the way to KL Menara, it was quite hilly and hot, but was interesting to see the way the locals live.

No shoes in the house

by BorneoGrrl

KL may be a modern city but there are several etiquette still practiced by all races in Malaysia. When entering someone's home, you must take off your shoes because we don't like the dirt from outside to be trampled all over inside the house. Even my sister who lives in Europe brought the habit there and insist that no dirty shoes enters her flat.

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