Mint Hotel of Kuala Lumpur

Seremban Highway, Kuala Lumpur, 50740, Malaysia
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what a nearest hotel from palace beach & spa hotel

by adiana

i have a conference will be held in palace beach & spa hotel, seri kembangan. what is the nearest hotel from there (economy hotel). actuallyi want to stay in rumah tamu, universiti putera malaysia..but it already full booked.any suggestion?

Re: what a nearest hotel from palace beach & spa hotel

by mansionion

Hi!

There are budget hotels in Seri Kembangan town, one of which is just next to the KL-Seremban highway after the Sg Besi tol plaza. I am not sure on the hotel's contacts detail, maybe other VTers could help on this.

-m-

Re: what a nearest hotel from palace beach & spa hotel

by cheekin22

Mint Hotel is near to Palace of the Golden Horses Hotel.

Try look at the below website:
http://allmalaysia.info/travel/hotels/more.asp?id=1

Or you can choose other hotels listed in the below website:
http://www.journeymalaysia.com/cityklmint.htm

Re: what a nearest hotel from palace beach & spa hotel

by mansionion

If I'm not mistaken MINT hotel has been closed few years back, otherwise it could be a cheaper alternative to the Mines Beach Resort of Palace of Golden Horses.

-m-

A good Time?

by MUSTAFAMOIZ

Are there good massage parlours in Kuala Lumpur? and how much doeas a good 1 hour massage cost, are the masseuse open minded and hospitable?

A good Time?

by kiwi

Open minded about what?

RE: RE: A good Time?

by Kaynisa

I am wondering myself... open minded about what?!?!

RE: A good Time?

by pgthompson

There are excellent Massages to be had in KL. Reflexology is a must when you've spent all day shopping in the malls!!! I had one a fortnight ago and for 1 hour it was 55 ringits. If you’re looking for anything else, which I suspect, I would suggest that you visit perverted web sites, as this is a FAMILY forum for help and advice.

A good Time?

by kenari

open minded?????hehehehe you need to ask 1st either can or cannot :>,i heard from my collegue ..concorde hotel,beside mint hotel and flamingo hotel ,the girl "really" open minded...myself i cannot go as i'm using 3G phone so my wife know where i am...hehehehehheeh
cheers!!!!

A good Time?

by kiwi

Oh.... you 'heard' from you colleague huh ;-) wink wink.

RE: RE: A good Time?

by Kaynisa

hahahaha hear hear Kiwi...

A good Time?

by kenari

hehehehe, its dangerous doing it in malaysia as if you are not lucky ,you will be in national television covering your face from the press.hahahah for all the VT ,please i advice you not to try hanky panky in kuala lumpur as police always make a inspection to all this place along with TV3 unless you want to be a national celebrity for the day.

cheers...;)

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

My VT 1st VT meeting abroad

by vee01

My Favorite Thing when i was at this meeting : I have seen so many people from different country who gathered as friends in common ^_^. Thanx to Mr. Mark the initiator.Chinoz at the park is nice place to hang out with friends.Good choice for meeting place. Enjoy. I have met fabolous people.Mr. Chia, Diana, Mark, Patricia , Dar , Lily and Drew , audrey , Alexa , and others...Nice to met u guys!! ^_^`

Food and shopping at Kuala Lumpur

by victorwkf

If you enjoy food and shopping, Kuala Lumpur would be the place for you. The people here enjoy their food and there are many restaurants, food courts etc all over the city and at the shopping centres. The local food include Chinese, Malay and Indian food, and the famous restaurants worldwide are all located there (the food is also of very good prices).

As for shopping, there are many big shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur and there are regular big sales going on. The famous brands such as Mango, Zara, Guess, Esprit etc are all located here, so it is really very convenient doing your shopping :)

be cognizant of the culture...

by DesertRat

be cognizant of the culture you're in. In predominately Malay areas, which by definition are strongly Muslim, make sure you are dressed appropriately. Women should not wear shorts, low-cut blouses, or skin-tight slacks or trousers. Men should not go bare-chested. This kind of clothing is decidedly offensive in the eyes of Muslims.

Photo: Medical students giving each other a high-five while passing one another alongside a major K.L. hospital complex.

No more hands

by l_joo

You see, this is the way peoples enjoy shopping in Kuala Lumpur, they just couldn't stop smiling, look at what this young lady had in both her hands, she must be the happiest of the day because she has no more hands. Perhaps she has to learn to carry another shopper bag on her head, so that she can buy one more pair of shoes on her next visits.

KL is Yuppie and Chinese

by cochinjew

Just arrived at KL on the second day of the Hari Raya where all the Malay people try to go back to their ancestral villages and believe you me, driving around KL this night looked like going through a ghost town.
there was a concert with Diana Krall at KLCC auditorium. it was good to watch the crowd, very well dressed Chinese Yuppies from twenty something to 30 something, very few Indians and no Malays (they are away). not many expats, nor the white community with their chinese girl friends( perhaps jazz is not to their taste rather than cafe and bars?).. it was a treat to the eyes, to see young chinese dressed well and with taste and extremely well behaved crowd and orderly. it was a pleasure indeed
the concert was held at KLCC auditorium.. delightful backdrop to the stage..
The music was anything but Malaysian, was pure jazz at moments and mostly north american, but thenagain, that is what jazz is...to distinguish it from cuban jazz, south african jazz...

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 Mint Hotel of Kuala Lumpur

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Address: Seremban Highway, Kuala Lumpur, 50740, Malaysia