Kuala Lumpur is a city of contrasts: skyscrapers exist side by side with traditional markets such as the Chow Kit bazaar, where locals shop for food and goods from street stalls. Temples and mosques reflect the city’s spiritual life while glittering office towers hold its business sector.
Visitors to our Kuala Lumpur hotels experience the best of both sides of the city within a few blocks. Start the morning with a stroll at Lake Gardens Park, a British colonial-era oasis in the city, featuring the KL Bird Park and its amazing variety of birds. From there, you can walk to Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown for unique Malay-Chinese food and shopping. Take the subway to Little India for the colorful street life.
For many hotel guests in Kuala Lumpur, local food is the main attraction. Blending the flavors and spices of Southeast Asia, Malay Cuisine is irresistible. Sample it at a food stall or an upscale restaurant.
Round out your stay at our Kuala Lumpur accommodations with a visit to Petronas Towers, the forth-tallest building in the world. The view from the top encompasses all the aspects of this remarkable city.
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