Puduraya Hotel

4th Flr, Puduraya Station, Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia
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Forum Posts

Puduraya

by DMCavis

1 I will be taking bus from Genting to Puduraya bus station, how long is the journey ?
2 Is Puduraya Bus Station very near to Puduraya Hotel ?
3 From Puduraya Bus Station, can we walk to Swiss Garden Hotel ? How long is the distant ?

Thank you very much.

Re: Puduraya

by Jannoo

1) The journey with bus is around 45 mins to 1 hrs.

2) I found the address for Puduraya hotel and it's just 4th Floor of the bus station....so i guess it's very near :> (Puduraya Hotel
4th Flr, Puduraya Station Jalan Pudu , 55100 Kuala Lumpur)
http://journeymalaysia.com/cityklpuduraya.htm#1

3) Yes you can walk from Puduraya bus station to Swiss Garden Hotel...about 10 mins.

Re: Puduraya

by Piecesmalaysia

Yes, Puduraya Hotel is at the Puduraya Station itself.

hotel near puduraya terminal

by asianbelle

I am supposed to stay at Ancasa Hotel from June 2 to 6, but I left my booking confirmation too late. What hotels are within the area on the same category as Ancasa? Thanks.

RE: RE: hotel near puduraya terminal

by mansionion

Hi!

I guess there's no other similar hotel to Ancasa around Puduraya. Actually, Impiana is the old name for Ancasa. Other hotels in that area are not as good and new as Ancasa (Katari, Puduraya Hotel,Hotel Malaya & Swiss Inn Chinatown).

Puduraya area actually has more hostel/budget type of accomodations, catering to the backpackers. Along the same road but a lil bit further frm Puduraya is Swiss Garden Hotel (much better than Ancasa) which is actually quite close to Bukit Bintang area - you might as well stay in Bukit Bintang then as there are more hotels to chose from in that area.

-m-

RE: RE: hotel near puduraya terminal

by asianbelle

thanks a lot for your suggestions. actually, i already requested my agency to look into hotels near or within bukit bintang.

RE: RE: hotel near puduraya terminal

by heartache

you can consider Swiss Garden Hotel which is walks away too

cheers!

RE: RE: hotel near puduraya terminal

by asianbelle

hi thanks for the input. actually, i got confirmation from ancasa before i left. it was a very good hotel, probably 3* rating but the room amenities can compare with 4* hotels. had a very satisfying stay there.

RE: RE: hotel near puduraya terminal

by mansionion

Glad that U had a satisfyiyng stay in KL aida, looking forward for more updates in your KL page :)
-m-

Is Masjid Jamek station an interchange station from Star line to Putra Lin or vice versa?

by cjosang

Hi. I just want to know if Masjid Jamek station is an interchange station between Star Line and Putra Line.

Re: Is Masjid Jamek station an interchange station from Star line to Putra Lin or vice versa?

by mansionion

Hi!

Yes, it is the interchange for both RapidKL LRT's Kelana Jaya Line (formerly known as Putra Line) and Ampang/Sri Petaling Lines (formerly known as STAR Line)

-m-

Re: Is Masjid Jamek station an interchange station from Star line to Putra Lin or vice versa?

by syetan

Note that these 2 lines do not have their interchanges right next to one another. Well okay, they there are next to each other, but not in the manner you are probably used to when dealing with an interchange. Follow the instructions carefully, failing which just ask someone. Don't expect to just find the interchange in 1 minute flat.

Re: Is Masjid Jamek station an interchange station from Star line to Putra Lin or vice versa?

by mansionion

Works are underway currently to connect the stations of the 2 lines directly, so its a bit messy right now. Once the works are completed by end of this year, you'll be able to go direct from Kelana Jaya line's undergraound station to Ampang/Seri Petaling line's elevated stations.

-m-

Re: Is Masjid Jamek station an interchange station from Star line to Putra Lin or vice versa?

by cjosang

Thank you for the help. Now, I know that I will just have to walk from Katari hotel to Putra Line LRT to get to KLCC. I thought that the interchange at Masjid Station is the same as Singapore's interchange. By the way, how far is the Masjid Station (Putra LRT) from Puduraya Bus Station? Can you give an approximate walking time?

Re: Is Masjid Jamek station an interchange station from Star line to Putra Lin or vice versa?

by mansionion

From Puduraya/Hotel Katari is approx 10-15 mins walk to Masjid Jamek station, depends on how fast you walk. Just follow the elevated RapidKL LRT's line to guide you to the station.

-m-

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Business Hours

by reezal

Malaysia runs on a normal eight-hour working day system with Saturdays as a half-day workday and Sunday as a day of rest. All public service departments and some banks usually close on the first and third Saturday of the month.

However, the states of Kelantan, Terengganu, and Kedah practice different office hours. Saturday to Wednesday are full working days while Thursday is treated as a half-day workday. The weekend starts on Friday.

Private sector hours are generally from 9am to 5pm (Monday-Friday) and 9am to 1pm (Saturday) while government office hours are usually from 8.30am to 4.30pm. Many private sector companies operate on a five-day week.

Animal Angels

by cleomedes

Seeing people taking so much care about helpless, abandoned, abused pets, really touched my heart!

You can find the "Animal Angels" every Saturday 12-6pm at "Hartamas Shopping Centre", outside same street as Starbucks.

These private organisation (12-15 people) take care and fosters more than 30 animals (dogs, cats, rabbits, turtles) pay everything from food to medication out of there own pockets. They are looking for people who adopt pets, fosterers, donations.

Have a look at: www.rescue2rehome.blogspot.com to find out more

Currency and Exchange Rates

by Kakapo2

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Currency is the Ringgit (RM = Ringgit Malaysia). Of course, the exchange rates are submitted to daily changes. Today (11 June 2008) you roughly got 5 Ringgit for 1 Euro and 3.18 Ringgit for 1 US$.

Even if you have only a day in Kuala Lumpur it is well worth to change some money for the little expenses like food, drink, and entry fees. You can pay bigger expenses by credit card, and you can get cash from ATM machines.

I changed some cash at one of the many currency exchange tellers that you find everywhere in the city centre. I did not pay any particular attention in which one, just asked my taxi driver to stop at a “good” one ;-)

If you have some ringgit left over you can spend them at airport restaurants, cafés and shops. You can even split the bill, get rid of all your ringgit and pay the rest by credit card.

Kasi Bungkus

by l_joo

Kasi Bungkus is a local peoples' traditional way to quench thirst under hot sun. Tourists can easily walk into a local restaurant, look for the fridge, pick any bottle of soft drinks and then go to the waiter or waitress, tell them Kasi Bungkus. Proper pronunciantion is Kaasee Boongkoos, meaning take away. Don't just grab a bottle of soft drinks without Kasi Bungkus, because the temperature can be so hot at anytime, and if you have Kasi Bungkus, it has extra ice cubes in it to keep preserve the cold for at least 2 hours.

GREETINGS !

by DAO

Greetings can be a slightly complicated affair. ‘Selamat’ is the greeting word, but you must specify the time

• Selamat pagi = Good Morning
• Selamat tengah hari = Good Afternoon (from noon to about 2pm)
• Selamat petang = Good Afternoon/Good Evening
• Selamat malam = Good Night

I did have a grumpy policeman on a train just say ‘Pagi’ to me one morning.

Some other greetings:

• Terima Kasih = Thank You – this is an important phrase to memorise.
• Sama = You are welcome. Sometimes they will say Sama Sama as a way of saying Thank You very much. They do not have the word for ‘very’ so they repeat a word to indicate this.
• Selamat datang = Welcome
• Apa khabar? = How are you?
• Khabar baik, terima kasih.= I'm fine, thank you.
• Selamat tinggal =Goodbye. Said by the person leaving
• Selamat jalan =Goodbye. Said by the person staying

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