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Kuala Lumpur Hotels Cheap

  1. 1. Kuala Lumpur Hotels CheapKL Sentral http://klsentral.org FAQs on LRT, KTM, Monorail, KLIA Express, Skybus, GentingBus and Hotels.Chris asks…I will arrive in Kuala Lumpur on the first of january…?anyone knows a nice and not so expensive place to stay or a nice area with cheapguesthouses/hotels? I travel with my girlfriend so i am talking about a room for two…Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:I was in KL in May. Try Corus Hotel http://www.corushotelkl.com/We paid about $45USD a night (159 MYR).We had no problems when we were in KL. There were 7 of us in 3 rooms. My husband and Iwere the only couple that was married, and none of the rest were Muslim either. 1/7
  2. 2. Carol asks…Any recommendations for a hotel in Kuala Lumpur?Or elsewhere in Malaysia, for a three month stay. Requirements: Offers cheap monthlyrate…has air conditioning…has free broadband…own bathroom…hot waterLooking at £10 per night or lessCuti-cuti Malaysia answers:In Malaysia, particularly Kuala Lumpur, there are increasing supply of budget hotels cater forbudget travelers or backpackers. One of the notable budget hotel is Tune Hotels which roomrates start from as little as MYR 8.00 per night.Richard asks… 2/7
  3. 3. Please help me with cheap hotels or guesthouses near Sepangairport…..?I have 20 hours to stop over in Kuala Lumpur. I wanna take advantage of this 20hours & see abit of Malaysia. Where is a safe place to stay & a good place to walk around? I really preferplaces near the airport. Thank you soooo much for any info.Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:Cheapest Hotels website Best Prices Guaranteed – http://hotel.book-europe.infoThomas asks…Prescott Inn Medan Tuanku Kuala Lumpur .. Stay for 5 Adults?well I am planning a trip to Malaysia in end of July and while Searching for hotels online i cameacross Prescott Inn Medan Tuanku Kuala Lumpur. It seems affordable and nice .But all the Rooms mentioned are 2 bed or a single king size bedi want to have 2 rooms . One for my parents and one for me and my 2 siblings ,so is their a way to accommodate 3 guests in one roomdo they offer extra matters or bed facility for sum extra amount ?or please suggest sum other hotel that is cheap and reasonable .Much features are not required. Just clean rooms and attach bathroom . Free Net facility in 3/7
  4. 4. room or in lobby or any other hot spots is preferred but not compulsoryCuti-cuti Malaysia answers:Try Tunes Hotel @ Jalan Tuanku Abdul RahmanKen asks…Kuala Lumpur !!! Names of places worth visiting?I am visiting this city soon and would like to know what places can I visit in a day or two andcheap hotels for two nights?Thanks a lot in advance…Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:I was there in May and we did A LOT in two days. Here is our itinerary and the hotel we stayedat. It was only about 45 USD/ night, and by US Standards, it was a 4 star hotel. 4/7
  5. 5. This is a lot to read. If you are using Yahoo Trip Planner, you can copy these things from my tripand add them to yours. The link is below.Also, instead of doing the walks, we ended up hiring a driver. It cost us about 100 USD, butthere was 7 of us, and we used the itinerary below. It was well worth it. I can find the drivers infoif you are interested, or you can ask the concierge at the hotel to arrange a driver.Corus HotelJalan AmpangKuala Lumpur, 50450Heart of the commercial district159MYR/nightColonia District Walk1.4 miles, estimated time: 1.5 hrs….Walking Tour of the city includes the following sites: KL TrainStation, Grand Heritage Station Hotel, Malayan Railway Administration Building, Pusat IslamMalaysia, Masjid Negra, Pejabat Pos Besar, Petronas Fountain, Kompleks Dayabumi, Old CityHall, National History Museum, Kuala Lumpur Memorial Library, Merdeka Square, RoyalSelangor Club, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, memorial arches, St. Mary’s Cathedral treehousefountain, and the Masjid JamekChinatown Walk1 mile estimated time: 1 hour A walking tour of Masjid Jamek, old shophouses, Chettiar House,Medan Pasar,painted shophouses, OCBC Building, Federal Stores Building, MS Ally Company,Bank Simpanan Building, Sze Yah Temple, Central Market, Guandi Temple, SriMahamariamman Temple, Chan See Shu Yuen Temple, and the Koon Yam (Guanyin) Temple.Lake Garden (Taman Tasik Perdana)Jalan PerdanaThe brainchild of Alfred Venning, the British State Treasurer in the 1880s, this botanical garden,set amid lakes in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, is the city dweller’s favourite rendezvous. Nestleddeep in the city centre are a sprawling 104 hectares of close-cropped lawns, undulating hillsand carefully cultivated gardens. Situated near Jalan Parlimen, Lake Gardens offers locals andvisitors a wide range of facilities such as playgrounds, jogging tracks, exercise stations androwing boats while other attractions within the park include a bird park, a butterfly park, a deerpark and flower gardens. Admission: FreeMasjid NegaraJln PerdanaThe contemporary National Mosque has a 240-ft minaret, a purple roof, and geometric-patterngrillwork. Though not Asia’s largest mosque, it can accommodate 10,000 worshipers. Signsremind you to dress modestly, to remove your shoes when entering, and to be aware thatcertain areas are off-limits, especially during prayer times. The mosque complex also includes alibrary and a mausoleum. OPEN: Sat.-Thurs. 9-6, Fri. 3-6.National MuseumJalan Damansara 5/7
  6. 6. The National Museum is a palatial structure adopting the style of old Malay architecture. Itsimposing entrance is flanked by murals depicting aspects of Malaysian culture and history.Inside there are exhibits on local history, culture and traditions, arts and crafts, economicactivities, currency, weapons and local flora and fauna.Outside, old locomotives, vintage cars and other relics of transport from days gone by can befound. Reconstructed Malay palaces from other parts of the country also grace the expansivegrounds.Admission: FreeJl TarKuala Lumpur, Malaysiagood for shopping during the day. Recommendations: The Global Silk Store for cheap clothesand Batik (185 Jl TAR)Petaling StreetKuala Lumpur Tourist InformationPetaling StreetKuala Lumpur, 50000MalaysiaAlso known as Chinatown, Petaling Street is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular touristdestinations. In the evenings, a line of stalls come to live in front of the pre-war shops, offeringproducts of every description, from fake leather goods to the obligatory “Dunhill” watches. Thearea attracts many locals and visitors in search of bargain items, including inexpensive dresses,shoes, fabrics and souvenirs. It transforms itself into a bustling and lively night market when partof the road is closed to traffic at about 6pm.Tour of Royal Selangor Factory – PewterViewopen 9a-5pNational Art Gallery (The)Since its establishment in 1958, the gallery shifted three times before it finally settled into itsown purpose-built premises. Located in the beautiful neighbourhood of Lake Titiwangsa, itexhibits work by Malaysian artists.The building’s unique structure, combining a blend of slate, tinted glass and a striking metallicroof, houses five galleries including a creative gallery and workshop, a resource centre, anauditorium and the gallery’s administrative centre. Its collection now numbers over 2,500pieces.The gallery holds a variety of exhibitions and educational programs. It also organises travellingexhibitions of Malaysian artists.Admission: FreeNational Art GalleryLocated at Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin (opposite The Kuala Lumpur Railway Station), the 6/7
  7. 7. National Art Gallery is housed in a 1932 building which is conserved under the National Heritage Trust. The building was formerly the Majestic Hotel. The art gallery showcases a the works of contemporary artists, and a permanent collection of works of local and foreign origin are also displayed. The National Art Gallery is open from 10am to 6pm daily (closed on Friday from 12:45-2.45 pm) Admission is free. Malaysian Tourist Complex 109 Jalan Ampang Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia On Monday May 22nd there will be a Malaysian Traditional Dance Performance at 2pm and a “Dikir Barat” Performance at 330p. Admission is RM5 Jl Ampang (Embassy Row) At the northen edge of the Golden Triangle) Jl Ampang was built up by early tin millionaires and is lined with impressive mansions. Many of these stately buildings have become embassies or consulates, so the street is nicknamed Embassy Row Petronas Twin Towers +60 3 382 8000 Kuala Lumpur City Centre At a dizzying height of 452 metres, Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of 88-storey buildings, are the world’s tallest free-standing towers. Apart from offices, these awesome towers also house a state-of-the-art concert hall–the Petronas Philharmonic Hall, home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Petronas Performing Arts Group. The designs on the towers are based on geometric patterns common in Islamic architecture. Special features of the towers include the double-deck sky-bridge and high speed double-deck lifts. The first few floors house shopping arcades restaurants, a science museum and the concert hall and are the only floors open to public. Admission is free, however tickets are limited and issued daily on a first-come-first-served basis. Kuala Lumpur Tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur) Powered by Yahoo! Answers Top 10 hotels in Penang http://pulaupinang.org/10-hotel-terbaik-di-pulau-pinang for your visit to Pulau Pinang. Kuala Lumpur Hotels Cheap 7/7Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)