Kuala Lumpur

7 Apr 2020 - 8 Apr 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Total price for 1 night, 2 adults, 1 room
All taxes and fees included

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a city of surprises. On the one hand it is a fast-paced modern behemoth, whose towering and shining skyscrapers display the city’s business acumen and its eye on the future. On the other, it is a languid place, that only gets more sultry in the heat, with beautiful banyan trees, and a remarkable selection of sparkling mosques, towering Hindu temples and colourful Buddhist shrines.

It is a place for eating, shopping, business, leisure, touring, hiking, sunbathing and everything in between. A stay in Kuala Lumpur will not only give you a chance to delve into the culture of the capital, but allow you to access almost every part of Malaysia.

Where to stay in Kuala Lumpur?

Bukit Bintang

If you like to be right in the centre of the action, Bukit Bintang is the place to book a hotel. Perfect if you want to take advantage of Kuala Lumpur’s entertainment, Bukit Bintang is an ideal location for shopaholics looking for trendy wares; foodies looking to try a variety of cuisine; and night owls who like a busy and energetic nightlife. It is a very central neighbourhood, so transport links are excellent to other attractions in the city, and you’ll find that there is a good range of hotels, from budget to luxury.

City Centre

Also in central, Kuala Lumpur City Centre (or KLCC) offers up a more sophisticated scene. Guests of this neighbourhood will find that they will be close to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Menara KL Tower and its Petronas Twin Towers, but it is also home to a wide variety of arts of culture, designer shopping, rooftop bars and fine-dining establishments. KLCC is not suitable for travellers on a tight budget, but if you’re after a little luxury, you will find plenty of hotels that fit this bill in KLCC.


Easily the best for budget travellers, Chinatown is cheap and cheerful whilst still fairly close to the city centre and great for transport links. Though technically in the KLCC, this neighbourhood is marked out as being a lot more affordable than the slightly more central areas of the city. You can find a lot of the city’s Buddhist temples here, along with atmospheric coffee houses and bustling marketplaces where you can haggle for some brilliant local goods. The mix of historical attractions and the low prices make this neighbourhood extremely popular, though you will not find as many bars or sit-down restaurants here.


Sentral works the best if you are coming to Kuala Lumpur for only a short stay. There is a diverse mix of hotels here, from economical options to lavish 5 star hotels, and you are within an easy distance of the airports and downtown. You can wander through Little India, which has a mostly South Indian flavour and take advantage of the eateries and stores, stroll through the nearby shopping malls, or investigate the quaint temples that litter the neighbourhood.

Transport in Kuala Lumpur

This city is fairly good with its public transport; there are buses, the monorail and the LRT, all of which are pretty efficient and inexpensive. The Hop On Hop Off buses (HOHO) are considered to be very tourist friendly, though as with any big city you are advised to watch for pickpockets.  

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What are travellers saying about Kuala Lumpur?

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Jaafar Mousa
Jaafar Mousa

it is a very friendly place which have wide verity of nature, history & modern mega facilities.

A. F.
A. F.

a powder keg waiting to explode. the simmering religious and racial tension amongst its diverse population is slowly destroying the

Dharma Yanthi
Dharma Yanthi

I love the city! the food is nice, a lot of tourist attraction~ easy to find public transportation

Tushar Jain
Tushar Jain

amazing place. can be done in budget. Amazing people. Great public transportation. loved it.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of $48 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Kuala Lumpur is July, with an average price of $125 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $89 per night. This is 5% more than the average nightly price of $85 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Kuala Lumpur, the expected average temperature in March is 28.8°C/83.8°F. The warmest month is typically March, which averages 33.5°C/92.3°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 23.3°C/73.9°F.
The nearest airport to Kuala Lumpur is Kuala Lumpur Sultan Abdul Azziz Shah (SZB) (15.21km). Other nearby airports include: Kuala Lumpur International (44.00km)

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