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Hotels in Kuala Lumpur

There are a few hotels right next to the shopping district


Carcosa Seri Negara Hotel - Located in a pair of historical buildings on top of the green hills of the Lake Gardens park this 5 star hotel is known for it's Malay style English High-Tea as well as traditional styles of service. Only a hotel since 1989 it has maintained the colonial styles that go with its heritage architecture.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel - Sister to the Hong Kong hotel of the same name this luxury residence is conveniently located in central KL directly beside the Petronas Towers and overlooks the KL City Park.

Shangri-La Hotel  - Part of the famed chain of hotels it overlooks the last piece of preserved forest in the city itself on Bukit Nanas, on top of which is the Kuala Lumpur Telecom Tower, once the tallest structure in KL and still open to the public.


Leo Palace Hotel - Leo Palace Hotel in Kuala Lumpur offers cozy rooms, efficient service, and a location that’s hard to beat and a very affordable price.

Long Stay

Wedgewood Serviced Residences - Operated by the renowned Swiss-Belhotel company the Wedgewood is one of several serviced apartments options in the city that cater for the longer term visitor.


Nyonya cuisine

Also called Peranakan this term refers to a unique fusion of different cultures which has occurred in Malaysia when it comes to preparing and eating food. The main ingredients have been the Chinese styles of cooking, but using spices and condiments from the Malay tradition. When combined with the other influences that are so broad in Malaysia this has built up a distinctive style all of its own.

The world famous laksa dish, which combines noodles with a spicy soup and many interesting small additions, is perhaps the best and most travelled of the Nyonya style of food.

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