Water Lily

No. 25, Jalan Nusaputra, 1/3D, Bandar Nusaputra, Kuala Lumpur, 47130, Malaysia
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1 Day in KL

by eamonnmcc

Hi all,

My girlfriend and I are going to KL for 1 day, arrive around 11am and fly out the next day early. Can anyone recommend a hotel that is very central and reasonable price?

Also, what should I see or can I see in just 1 day? I will go up the 2 towers but apart from that I don't know much about the city?

Thanks in advance

Re: 1 Day in KL

by lynnehamman

Suggest that you read information on KL here:


These many pages have excellent tips, all made bymembers of Virtual Tourist

Re: 1 Day in KL

by joliefish

You can try Check it out Citin Pudu at pudu raya. it is only 15 minutes walk to Bukit Bintang and few minutes walk to Chinatown..very strategic location i can say.. as i know citin also have sister hotel at masjid jamek..just next to the LRT station..which is direct line to the twin tower that you mention :P
Price i think around 100RM which is very cheap with the good area like that..

Choose smart! :)
CIO this link..it goes to Citin..

Re: 1 Day in KL

by wrangler_blk

Hi, as I remember we stayed at Mayview Glory Hotel just between China Town and Bukit Bintang. The room was clean, nice shower, nice and polite hotel staff. The room cost was 80 rm (abt 25 us$). Location is perfect! U can google it in the web. Visit Twin Towers, Aquaria is in the same towers, have a dinner at KL Tower, if u interested in parks then bird park, butterfly park are the best.

Re: 1 Day in KL

by ec7843

Recommmended that you stay around China Town as it is near the LRT station (Pasar Seni Station - aka Central Market), from this station you can head to KLCC, Twin Tower and is nearest to KL Sentral Station for transport to KLIA Express train / LCCT Airport Bus.

You may not able to go up to the tower as there is limited pass given out, but you can give it a try. From Twin tower, KLCC - Bukit Bintang (Golden Tringle) is bout 10 mins walk.

If you are at Bukit Bintang (shopping) head down to Jalan Alor for local food (5 -10 mins by foot). There is hawker food in China Town (aka Jalan Petaling) near Jalan Sultan where normally visited by tourist. There is McDonalds, KFC, A&W, Coffee Bean if you are looking for fast food.

Attraction in / around China town inclusive
1)Sze Ya Temple is acclaimed to be the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur. Located in the Chinatown area near Central Market, the temple was built by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy-one amongst the founders of KL, in 1864.
2)Sri Mahamariamman Temple the oldest functioning Hindu temple in Malaysia where yearly Thaipusam ceremonial procession starts from here.
3) Madras lane (to local is Zoong Wah Hong)is a back lane food court for more than half of century.
4)For craft / souveniours - 5 mins walk from China Town is Central Market . You can purchase local handicraft and catch some cultural show here.
5) Walk from Central Market to Masjid Jamek (5-10 min walk) is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. next to it is the
6) the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, it formerly housed the superior courts of the country: the Federal Court of Malaysia, the Court of Appeals and the High Court of Malaya

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Indian wedding

by xaver

My favourite thing in Kuala Lumpur has been an indian wedding I attended to.
A friend of my friend had been invited to this wedding and so, somehow I got invited too. The wedding itself was nothing special, but it was the first real DIFFERENT experience I had in Malaysia.
What I mean is that ofcourse I visited temples ate local food excetra but nowdays you can't say you feel in another world when you visit a modern city like KL, instead I could say I was in another part of the world when I found myself at that celebration as it was really far from what I am used to see.

Shopping paradise!

by beachboy

Shopping! 'Bintang walk' area and KLCC Suria are now the most prestigious shopping haven in KL. Especially the KLCC Suria where the Petronas Twin Towers (World tallest building) are just next to it! If this is still not enough, then what about Sunway Pyramid, Midvalley Megamall and One Utama. Good news is all the shopping malls normally open from 10 - 10, 7 days a week. Kuala Lumpur is a city of 'night life' (But bear in mind, no strip bars in Malaysia). Many cafes, pubs, discos or even hawker centers operate untill 3-4 a.m. early morning. During the weekends, these places are usually crowded by people. Imagine, you can have supper/ breakfast at 2 a.m. early morning. Something you don't always get in Australia.

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur...

by Schnorf

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, the commercial hub of the country, has its fair share of famous landmarks, historical relics and heritage buildings plus a pulsating night life to keep the visitor occupied day and night. None of these, however, would be complete without the sheer fun and excitement of bargain hunting within the cool comforts of ultra-modem, one-stop shopping complexes or the thrill of browsing among antiques and curio items in the older establishments in the older parts of the city. Mingle with the jostling crowd at the numerous roadside stalls or share in the heady excitement of the carnival like 'pasar malam' or night markets. Jalan Bukit Bintang
Jalan Bukit Bintang, the 'Golden Mile' of Kuala Lumpur contains ultra-modern shopping and commercial complexes, interspersed with towering international standard hotels. Shoppers would lose all sense of time, browsing through the shops of Lot 10, Sungei Wang Plaza, Bukit Bintang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur Plaza and Starhill.


by l_joo

As this is a general tip, I want to show you what is the general food you can expect when you are in Kuala Lumpur. We are rice eater, this is a plate of rice mixed with curry and fried fish, an Indian styled of eating. Chinese cooking definitely are abundant in the area of Chinatown, so let's eat. Malay foods can be found too, they are at the small alley beside the Nando Chickens.

The way we eat is completely different because we already trained to use spoon and fork for many years. Our fork is for left hand to support when our right hand needed it. Fork can be used to pick up dishes as well. Our right hand is the actual hand to eat with spoon to scoop up the rice and other dishes. Spoon is used when we want to drink soup. We don't have knife when we eat, only when we go to Western foods restaurant.

Eating with fingers is very common in Lumpur. Fingers eating only when you eat Indian and Malay foods in rice and dishes. If you are eating noodles soup, please don't use fingers.

Smile that charming smile of yours.

by nujnay

A warm smile facilitates you wherever you go or do, not only in KL, but everywhere in Malaysia. Malaysians smile not only to those they know, but also to travellers. So, all you have to do is to smile back. And, they'll take time to give you directions and useful tips, if ever the need arises. Always be courteous and humble. It doesnt hurt to be polite. Being down to earth helps you to mingle into the crowd and that'll make you experience more enjoyable.


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