Kuala Lumpur Hotels
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- Chow Kit-Putra World Trade Centre
- 5329+ Taxes 735
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The Garden City of Lights
The capital of Malaysia and home to the famous PETRONAS Twin Towers, it is hard to believe that Kuala Lumpur was originally just a mining camp. Today thousands of skyscrapers illuminate its skyline at night. The city has become a commercial center that draws hundreds of businessmen every day. Menara KL Tower, City Center, Islamic Arts Museum, and Aquaria KLCC are just some of the awe-inspiring attractions on the Kuala Lumpur itinerary.
Indians in Kuala Lumpur
Home to a large expatriate community, Kuala Lumpur's culture is a blend of Indian, Chinese, and Malaysian traditions. A concentration of Indians can be found in the Brickfields area, earning it the sobriquet of Little India.
Visas from the local Indian office will have to be obtained unless you are travelling to Kuala Lumpur from any third country. The Visa on arrival facility becomes applicable only for those who are going through Thailand, Singapore, or Indonesia.
Hotels in Kuala Lumpur
It is just as easy to find budget hotels in Kuala Lumpur as it is to locate five-star offerings. Affordable hotels can be found in Chow Kit which is also where most wholesale markets are located, allowing you to soak in the true Malaysian experience. Areas like Bangsar and Mid Valley are perfect if you are looking for mid-segment hotels. These areas are home to malls as well as local bistros and nightclubs. Bangsar, in fact, is well known for its nightlife and boutiques.
For businesspeople, it is recommended you stay in places that are well connected to Kuala Lumpur's public transport. These include areas of KL Sentral and KLCC. Here, you can find some of the best hotels in Kuala Lumpur, which offer both luxury as well as convenience.
For easy access to shopping malls and activities like ice skating and archery, look for a hotel in areas like Petaling Jaya and Subang Jaya. However, if you intend on spending your holiday shopping away, living in a hotel at Bukit Bintang is a good idea, while Chinatown is ideal for those who thrive on bargains.
Things to remember
- This vibrant South Asian city can be visited throughout the year, since it experiences a uniform climate, with temperatures ranging from 22 to 32 degrees.
- Avoid indulging in excessive display of affection in public
- Dress conservatively and remove your footwear before entering any religious institution
- Always carry an umbrella with you
While following local traditions is a must, it is also mandatory to plan your perfect holiday. This is made easy with Cleartrip. Download the Cleartrip app now to find a Kuala Lumpur hotel that meets all your needs.
*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.