Surrounding Attractions (on foot)

  • Central Market - a heritage building that houses local painters, performers, souvenirs and gifts. Spend your evenings being entertained by streetside performers or just laze under the stretch of palm trees.
  • Chinatown - Chinese food stalls, hawker centres, Chinese crafts and antiques...a shoppers haven for great bargains.
  • Little India - everything Indian that you'll want to see, buy and experience! Shoppers delight over the vibrant shops, delicacies and Hindu temple alongside the Kuala Lumpur river.
  • Merdeka Square - the historical park where Malaysia's independence was declared in 1957. Surrounded by lush greenery, fountains, bird park and giant trees this square is set right alongside the Kuala Lumpur river which gave the city its name.
  • Bukit Bintang - a popular entertainment spot with a long stretch of clubs, discos, spas, theme park (Berjaya Times Square), shopping malls, streetside open-air cafes and age-old buildings.
  • Sze Ya Chinese Temple
  • Sri Maha Mariamman Hindu Temple
  • Masjid Jamek - over a hundred-year old Indian-Muslim mosque

Getting Around

We are located within walking distance to all the major transportation amenities.
  • Puduraya: the central bus station that takes you to any location within Peninsula Malaysia (including islands and resorts), Thailand and Singapore
  • LRT - the lightway transit train that runs across the city and into the neighbouring Selangor state within minutes
  • Klang Bus Station - buses to all neighbouring destinations
  • Taxis - available 24-hours
  • Local tour agents