Winsin Hotel

No. 1 & 3, Jalan Petaling, (China Town), Kuala Lumpur, 50000, Malaysia
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Forum Posts

Petaling Street

by sonny_chung

Some business associates took me to Petaling St markets for dinner and shopping a few years ago.Am going back myself for a holiday in Feb staying in Bukit Bintang.Just doing some research on how to get there myself and have some more Mata Kuching!!! LOL. Google Map and some tourist webguides say the Chinatown Petaling St is near KL Sentral not far from the Twin Towers but some sites say its near the Maharajalela monorail. Are there 2 Petaling Streets ?

Re: Petaling Street

by vpas

There is only one petaling street.you can take either the mono rail or the regular train to go there.you could also take a taxi.
have a good trip,

Re: Petaling Street

by Jannoo

there is one Petaling Street. yes it's near Twin tower...walking abt 20mins. You can also reach it via monorail Maharajalela station, then walk about 10 mins. Which route you choose depending where you come from.

Re: Petaling Street

by sheherezad

Check out: http://travelmalaysiaguide.com/chinatown-petaling-street-kuala-lumpur/

Re: Petaling Street

by sonny_chung

thanx for the help fellow VTs. All i can say is, don't trust Google maps. They have the Petronas Towers in 2 different locations.

Re: Petaling Street

by SLLiew

http://www.malaxi.com/Map_transit.htm

I usually alight from Pasar Seni station (Central Market)and walk 5-10 minutes to Petaling Street.

Re: Petaling Street

by ajaysydney

I just came back from KL and stayed at the traders near twin towers.
The easiest way to get to Petaling St is take a train to Pasar Seni. Petaling St is pretty much right there once you get off the train.

Re: Petaling Street

by pgthompson

There's only 1 Petaling Street, I find KL just as easy to walk rather than using Taxi's or the railway.

Walk to the end of Bukit Bintang, towards The Federal, and then turn right and Petaling Street is about 10 minutes down the main road, Jalan Pudu.

Enjoy Malaysia - I do!

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia Tourism Centre

by maztek

Malaysian tourism center provides lot of information about the country. They also guide you for your destinations and all types of maps are available on demand. A display of Malaysia heritage and coffee house/restaurant is worth visiting. It is open daily from 7 AM to 10 PM. You can do some shopping also. Free internet is available to get more assistance. It is located on busy Jalan Ampang.

Tele No 603 2164 3929
Web www.mtc.gov.my Visiting the Sky bridge

Kuala Lumpur Tip

by nathasha

yes the beautiful mosques :)) this is the main mosque 'jamek' in kuala lumpur, nearby you will find the old city center around merdeka square with alot of influence from the colonial times in terms of architecture.

TWIN TOWERS

by Adeline_Foo

Visit the Twin Towers. With a height of 1,453 feet, the world's tallest buildings now rise above the skyline of Kuala Lumpur. They are called the Petronas Towers, and, inevitably, they have become the symbols for the astounding growth that has taken place in Malaysia over the last two decades. As fate would have it, however, their supreme status will probably be shortlived: by the year 2001, Shanghai's World Financial Center is expected to top off at record-breaking 1,508 feet

Chinatown update

by phil_uk_net

I had heard that the authorities were cleaning up Chinatown. On my second visit to KL I saw the results. The squalid living conditions and filth are still there but there is now a roof over the street and a few palm trees along the sidewalk.

Make yourself barefeet at home

by 31Aug

Like most asian countries, we are usually barefeet indoors. Mostly at private homes and sometimes small centres/the likes, we take off our shoes before stepping indoors. Private places like homes are usually always kept clean with regular cleaning, and good enough for bare feet and for sitting/crawling, and if extremely clean, for sleeping on even. But sleeping on cold floors is not good for health, as much as it's uncomfortable, so people do not usually sleep directly on floors. Anyway, back to being barefoot, if you see shoes just outside of the doorstep of a house/home/places like that, take it as one of the clues to take off your shoes before stepping in.

On a more elaborate manner and generally applies in modern homes, if convenient, after stepping into the house, you may request to wash your feet before you start making yourself comfortable. It's a matter of individual lifestyle, as some hosts would be pleased that their guest (or anyone) go wash their feet first right after stepping in. You don't need to use soap or anything if you haven't gotten any dirt/stain on them, just a shower or pail splash of water on those feet will do. And usually there'll be a floor mat (more like towel) at the washroom's doorstep to dry your feet with. Not only your host may be pleased, you would feel much more comfortable after.

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