Palm Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

IOI Resort, Putrajaya, Selangor, 62502, Malaysia

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Satisfaction Terrible
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Average
28%
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Poor
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Terrible
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8

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 37% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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    Palm Garden Hotel

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    Palm Garden Hotel is a lovely hotel located on the outskirts of Putrajaya which is about 30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport or the city centre.

    All of the rooms are built around a beautiful courtyard with gardens, ponds and waterfalls.

    We stayed in a Heleconia room which is the equivalent of a superior room and we were very surprised at the size, the rooms are quite big and all have a balcony or terrace that opens out onto the courtyard.

    We arrived at Palm Garden after midnight and it was nice to be able to have something to eat and drink at the 24hour Palms Cafe.

    The hotel also has a spa and swimming pool and is located on 330 acres of beautiful lush gardens along with a golf course and other IOI resort properties.

    We would definitely stay at Palm Garden again.

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transfers: lcct airport to genting highlands via kl sentral

by gspowar

Hi All

I need to go genting highlands [first world hotel] from lcct airport and i found that I can reach KL Sentral using the Skybus and then using "Genting Express Bus" from KL Sentral to Genting Highlands... but as this is my first time to Malaysia, I am not sure where can I get off from skybus to catch the "Genting Express Bus".

Thanks in advance.

Cheers

Re: transfers: lcct airport to genting highlands via kl sentral

by sheherezad

@KL Sentral? ;-)

Re: transfers: lcct airport to genting highlands via kl sentral

by gspowar

Sorry, I have no idea... Actually i have found the location from the following link http://www.rwgenting.com/en/getting_there/express_bus.htm

Re: transfers: lcct airport to genting highlands via kl sentral

by din2x

Once you get to KL Sentral by bus, you will see a stair or elevator to go up, Use it and you will get to the main terminal lobby. Go straight to the stairway and use it. You will pass the LRT and Kommuter Train station on your side before you get the stairway. Take that stairway to upper floor, and on your right is a counter for taxi coupon and KTM Train, and to your left you will see a counter for Genting. Buy your ticket there, and get the information on where the bus is.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

MM Adventure Services

by robertgaz

While searching the internet for tour operators in Malaysia to take me and my kids on day excursions I did find quite a few including MM Adventures.

I sent a number of emails to various operators to enquire about their tours and services. Some responded but most failed to adequately answer my many questions except for Michael.

After sending a lot of emails to Michael, the owner of MM Aventures, I made the decision to book three separate day trips from KL including White Water Rafting, Caving, the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and the Fireflies at Kuala Selangor.

Michael even called me on the phone at home one Sunday morning to answer some of my many questions.

I made a wise choice in booking because Michael was generous with sharing his wealth of local knowledge and making it easy for us to experience local foods and customs of all the places we visited.

MM Adventure Services will definitely be my choice of tour operator when I return to Malaysia. Check out Michael's website, which he constructed, for the many tours available with MM Adventure Services. Michael made many impromptu stops to sample freshly cut fruits in season including the infamous king of fruits, the durian. As well as trying various roti breads with curry dipping sauces washed down with a hot teh tarik, an aerated tea sweetened with condensed milk.

We also made a stop at a roadside stall for some lemang , which is a traditional food cooked in a hollowed bamboo stick lined with banana leaf to prevent the rice from sticking to the bamboo. The bamboo is split while you wait and the moist, firm roll of rice is cut into bite sized pieces and then dipped in tasty sauces not unlike a rendang sauce.

Night view at merdeka square

by JamesWtc

Do visit Sultan abdul Samad building at night. The building is decorated with a lot of light bulbs. during night, that's the only time you can walk in the middle of busy road. The road is blocked and you could take pictures sitting on the road.

Petronas Towers Skybridge

by phil_uk_net

The viewing platform in the Petronas Towers is on the Sybridge that links the twin towers on the 42nd floor.
The bridge itself has 2 levels. The lower level is for casual observers and the upper level is for office workers who need to get between the 2 towers.

Concrete and Jungle

by alisonr

The one thing that struck me strait away is the amount of trees and greenery in the city centre. It actually reminded me a lot of Melboure. And considering my only other overseas trip was to Bangkok, this was a pleasant surprise.

Using Both Hands To Greet

by Bix10

When you meet a Malaysian, especially a Malay, the right way to shake hand is to offer both your hands and gently grip the other person's hand. He or she would definitely do the same. Of course, the Western way is mostly and widely accepted as Malaysians are very liberal and Westernised but it's just a guide of how Malaysian cultures are.

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