KUALA LUMPUR: Cheap Hotel Rooms in Kuala Lumpur
Known simply as KL, the sprawling city of Kuala Lumpur is a cultural melting pot of ethnicities and expats, attracting millions of visitor every year to its fabulous food, great shopping, amazing entertainments and dynamic vibes. Upscale luxury hotels here come at astonishingly cheap prices.
Low Season: February to May, September to November. Average Daily Rates of:
- 2 Star: $14 - $52
- 3 Star: $16 - $95
- 4 Star: $58 - $200
- 2 Star: $14 - $56
- 3 Star: $16 - $96
- 4 Star: $60 - $290
Sights you mustn't miss
The city’s traditional core is its Old Town, home to colonial buildings and Chinatown, one of the world’s most vibrant Chinese communities.
Merdaka Square holds the Sultan Abdul Samud Building, formerly the British Colonial Secretariat, and charming Moorish-flavoured Masjid Jamek Mosque is just off the square.
The extension of the historic core is Tunku Abdul Rahman, home to the famous Petronas Twin Towers with their breathtaking cityscape views, and pretty Lake Gardens’ National Monument and the ASEAN Sculpture Garden are nearby.
Fun things to doShopping, entertainment and eating are most visitors’ reasons for choosing KL as a holiday destinations.
The city excels in all three activities, and shopping here is retail therapy gone mad, resulting in 66 massive malls in the one city. The premier shopping district is Bukit Bintang, a take-off of Tokyo’s Ginza, with wall to wall outlets catering to all budgets.
Entertainment includes theatres, international star-studded concerts, musical events of all kinds and a great choice of nightclubs with international DJs and live bands.
Wining and dining
Malaysian food is delicious, whether it’s served from a street stall, a food court, a market café, a mid-range local eatery or an upscale restaurant. The city is justifiably famous for its culinary delights, with districts such as Golden Triangle, Midvalley, Bangsar and Heritage Row the best places to head for.
Authentic Malay cuisine is best in Tuanku Abdul Rahman district, and the city centre has the best Indian curries.
For Western cuisine, Bangsar is best, and Middle Eastern and Arabic foods are had in Bukit Bintang and Cyberjaya districts.
Day tripsUnder an hour from the city is the Genting Highlands resort, giving cooler temperatures, a kids’ theme park, casino and other entertainment options.
For one of nature’s loveliest spectacle, head for Kuala Selengor, an hour from town and famed for its evening displays of millions of sparkling fireflies.
A comfortable day trip is to the ancient Royal city of Klang, with its forts, palaces, glorious temple, Little India district and beautiful beachside promenade.
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