Replica Inn China Town

37, Jalan Petaling, China Town, Kuala Lumpur, 50000, Malaysia
Le Hotel Chinatown
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about chinatown

by megomsy

how to reach chinatown from le meridian hotel?can v use any train tell nearest rail station to get down

Re: about chinatown

by lynnehamman

Have a look at the metro transport map of KL :


http://www.malaysiasite.nl/metrosystemeng.htm

Re: about chinatown

by Stepwalk

Its one station on the RapidKL light rail from KL Sentral near your hotel to Pasar Seni which I think is the closest station you will get to Chinatown.

Re: about chinatown

by fital69

easy, go to KL central and take Putra LRT from there to Pasar Seni station which is around 200m to Chinatown.
Be in mind, this train service is only up to 11.00 pm (weekdays, 12 for weekend). You can always find a taxi there for way back though.

Cheers

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Weather & Planning

by wondersF

The raining in the afternoon [daily] is still acceptable as you have a chance to plan and schedule your activities. The last few days appeared OK, gloomy at times in the morning, then scattered rain, small ones.
But today, it was bad gloomy the whole morning and afternoon light showers for long hours.
So you out for walks or shooting! What I would do, make very early start. Then the good times for the rest of the day, if it comes are bonus.
I can tell you this because I travel far each day to shoot pix of birds. I have to make that decision each morning. Shall I leave home? Colourful people and their customs and of course being a local, I missed most - will the food from the street vendors.

It is the same type of food, available almost in every corner of the west coast peninsula. But each vendor prepares them with variations. I love those in Kuala Lumpur, like wise I love those in Ipoh and Penang. Without any preference on any particular one.

Internet access

by Umea6

Even if you are not staying at the Coronoade Hotel, you can an one hour access to Internet. The computers are located in the Lobby Lounge and you can buy an internet access card at the reception. It costs 6 ringgit for 1 hour. The connections are really good and you don't have to use one hour instantly.

Foreign currency

by momossa

Always keep enough local currency in your pocket because most of the shops in KL will not accepet any currency other than Ringitt, local currency. Even US dollar is not accepted.
However credit cards can be used instead, but be ware of hackers and criminals.

KL to Penang Island

by city_guy

Heya Cathy, KL is best known for shopping and cultural experiences. Honestly, you are better off doing a search on google for what to do in KL. The best possible way to get to Penang Island from KL would be [1] Scenic Rail Route - Taking the train from KL Sentral Station. Journey is about 5-7 hours and you get to see much of the small town and village life along the way. [2] Self-Drive (Hire a car) and explore your way there. If you drive straight to Penang, it takes about 4-5 hours. If you stop and explore, anywhere from 5-10 hours. [3] Budget Flights (AirAsia or FireFly) via LCCT Airport or Subang Sky Park. Flights are quick, about 40 minutes. [4] Cruise Ship from Port Klang to Penang. Not a popular choice but it is available.

Have a fab time here!

Regards,
David
Malaysia Asia Honestly, I grew up here. Too much to write.

National Mosque toilets FOR MALAYSIANS ONLY!

by Cowsill

Although there are some pamphlets inside the Mosque, the attendants enforce a policy that the toilets at the main entrance to the Mosque are FOR MALAYSIANS ONLY! The attendants prevented my non-Malaysian friend from entering. Although they are not labeled FOR MALAYSIANS ONLY! (which is clear in the photos) that is their policy, according to the attendants. paul.cowsill@gmail.com

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