Nana's Inn

#30 Jalan Padang Walter Grenier, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
22%
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Very Good
33%
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Average
22%
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Poor
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  • Families33
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

How to Travel to LCCT from KLIA?

by nish2027

Hello,

Am sure this has been a recurrent question

1) How far is the LCCT from KLIA in terms of distance?

2) Where does one catch the bus from KLIA to LCCT...which level of the airport?

3) What is the cost of the bus travel?

4) How much time in the morning would it take?


Cheers,

Re: How to Travel to LCCT from KLIA?

by cgf

1) don't think it a walk, you need taxi or bus
2) At KLIA you've to go to bus station, lower floor
3) could it be about 2 RM? this on March 2010
4) let's say 20 minutes at leat 30...
if I remember well there are bus each 10/15 minutes... (but I might be wrong)

Re: How to Travel to LCCT from KLIA?

by christabal

1. It's approximately 20 km away
2. Lower ground floor of the Main Terminal. Follow the signs or just ask any airport employee
3. RM 1.50
4. Give yourself an hour to include waiting time.

Hope the above helps.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

I CAN TOUCH THE SKY......

by black_mimi99

Standing boldly atop Bukit Nanas, Menara Kuala Lumpur (421 metres) is the fourth tallest telecommunication tower in the world.
Surrounding the towers is Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, an area of 9.37 hectares located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city.
I’m so enjoy the view of the city from the observation deck, I can see so close till can see inside the room of the hotel.

Artistic Touch
Discover dome shape arches decorated with glass that illuminates like giant diamonds arranged according to the form of the traditional Islamic “Muqarnas”, from Esfahan, Iran.
The “Muqarnas” can be seen at the lobby entrance.

Pay a visit to KLCC(Kuala...

by all_abt_alex

Pay a visit to KLCC(Kuala Lumpur City Centre),

You'll find two gigantic (as in the height) buildings there. Can't miss them, you can see it a mile or two, or make it 3miles away.

I can't remember which of the building it is, but one of them is the tallest buidling in the world i heard. The incredible traffic jam. hehe... pardon me for saying, cos I was so used to traffic back home, and the wait in the cab during the jam was really something very new to me. Luckily for me, I had pre-negotiated the cab fare, and although from friends advises, it's a little more than average than if they had ran the meter(more of this later), at least now during the jam, i had no worries of the meter ticking away as I sat there chatting with the driver in my smatterings of malay mixed with english.. luckily he understands more than adequate english.

Good Water Quality and "Travellers Diarrhoea"

by Kakapo2

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Although drinking water is considered to be safe and is monitored by the state, it is recommended to drink treated or bottled water only (and worry about what you eat) to avoid the so called “travellers diarrhoea” ;-)

It is the eternal story of being too cautious and careless. I drank bottled water during my sightseeing tour, tap water in a basic market restaurant, and ate everything the locals ate – and nothing happened. An old travellers saying is that those who are most afraid of getting a tummy bug and pay most attention to everything they eat and drink are the first ones to get infected…

Lumpurese, Lumpurian or KLites

by l_joo

Recently I posted a discussion in the Kuala Lumpur forum regarding Peoples of Kuala Lumpur

This discussion is to talk about what name shall we use when we want to write about the people of Muddy Estuary. Shall we use the word Lumpurese, Lumpurian or KLites. Other suggestions include Mud Peoples, Estuarian, etc. What do you think? Please take a look at the forum if you have any good suggestion.

Monsoon season...

by dragontml

As Malaysia is a tropical country, we have rain and shine all year round. Towards year end, it's usually monsoon time and there's lots of rain ! So, bring rain coats and those brollies ! Best to avoid the east coast of the peninsular of Malaysia...

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Address: #30 Jalan Padang Walter Grenier, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia