Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur


2 Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, 50470, Malaysia   •  Weather:   

Local Time Phone 60 3 2263 7888 Hotel Reservations 1-800-543-4300


Petronas Twin Towers

With the height reaching 451.9 metres, Petronas Twin Towers are the world’s tallest twin structureand Kuala Lumpur’s crown jewel. It offers mesmerising scenes during day and becomes dazzling and radiant at night. Experience the Skybridge, connecting the towers together or ascend higher to level 86, where you will unfold one of the most breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur!

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  • Corporate Offices
  • Suria KLCC Shopping Mall
  • KLCC Convention Centre
  • Skybridge (42nd Floor)
  • KLCC Park
  • Water Fountains
  • Petronas Art Gallery
  • Petrosains Science Centre

Getting There

KLCC LRT Station - 5 stops from the hotel

15 minutes (Approximately MYR 12 to 15)

Photo Credits: Tourism Malaysia

Brickfields (Little India)

Brickfields, also commonly known as Little India, is transformed into a wide street full of Indian restaurants and stores. Because of the presence of Indian community here, you will find every traditional Indian item from sarees, flower garlands, spices to all Indian delicacies. Wander around the streets and you may even hear traditional Indian music and sounds.

Opening hours: 10 AM - 10 PM

KL Sentral Monorail Station
KL Sentral LRT Station - a walking distance to Brickfields

Central Market

Central Market, also known as Pasar Seni, is a haven for all shopaholics and also a well sorted tourist attraction. It is located along Jalan Hang Kasturi. You wouldn't have guessed that this modern iconic building which used to be a wet market in 1888 and in 2004, undergone a major revamp to become a centre for Malaysian Culture, Heritage, Art and Craft.

Opening hours: 10AM - 10 PM


Pasar Seni LRT Station - 1 stop away from the hotel

Photo Credits: Tourism Malaysia

Photo Credits: Tourism Malaysia

Petaling Street (Chinatown)

Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur's little China, transforms into a lively and vibrant night market and is one of the most happening night places in the city. For authentic Chinese cuisine and affordable shopping, this is the place to be! Remember to exercise a little of your bargaining skills for a better deal.

Opening hours:  Daily from 9 AM to 12 PM and 6 PM to late 

To get there:
LRT (Pasar Seni or Masjid Jamek station), KTM Komuter (Kuala Lumpur station) or Monorail (Maharajalela station) – all within walking distance.

Menara KL Tower

Menara KL Tower, along with Petronas Twin Towers is one of Malaysia’s most famous and visited landmarks. It was constructed in 1994. The tower stands 421 metres high and is the only competition to Petronas Twin Towers for the most spectacular panoramic view of the city. The shining tower’s spindle-like apex is visible from almost anywhere in Kuala Lumpur. At night the glow and lights of tower is a treat to watch for anyone and definitely a must seeing attraction for everyone.

Photo Credits: http://en.moed.com.my/malaysia-tourist-attraction-2/

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  • Viewing Deck 276 metres (100m High than Skybridge of Petronas Towers)
  • Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve
  • Atmosphere 360 restaurnat (Revolving)
  • Islamic Architectural Artifacts
  • Cultural Performace Arts Group


Opening hours: 9am-10pm

There are several options to reach The Petronas Towers from Le Meridien KL.

LRT (KL sentral station) to Dang Wangi station/Masjid Jamek and take a short 10 minute walk following the signage to Menara Kuala Lumpur. (Free shuttle on the way as well)

15 minutes (Approximately MYR 8 to 11)


Merdeka Square also known as Dataran Merdeka is located opposite Sultan Abdul Samad Building. This place has huge importance in Malaysian History as this is exactly where the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan Flag hoisted for the first time and Malaysia declared Independence. It now houses Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Arts. In close vicinity are many buildings of historical interest like Royal Selangor Club, Former National History Museum, and St. Mary’s Anglican Cathedral. The place also has tallest flagpole in the world which has Malaysian flag on it.

The best way to reach Merdeka Square is by train. If you're coming from KL Sentral station, take the Kelana Jaya line (green line) going to the Masjid Jamek LRT station. After getting off Masjid Jamek, walk towards Jalan Raja road.

Photo Credits: Asia Traveller


Photo Credits: (Explorer Malaysia)


Bangsar is famous for its nightlife haunts and home to a variety of night spots ranging from funky pubs and mini night clubs to resto-bars and elegant cafés. On the weekends, the streets are crawling with college students, yuppies, tourists and expatriates who come to enjoy the song, dance and drinks.

As Bangsar is home to many of Kuala Lumpur's rich crust of society and expatriates, there are many fine dining and international restaurants located around the shopping areas. Bangsar Shopping Centre and Bangsar Village are two prominent shopping malls in Bangsar.

KTM - KL Sentral - Midvalley - a walking distance to Bangsar


Jalan Alor in other words the Culinary Haven of Kuala Lumpur is one of the most famous streets of the city. As soon as you step onto street the whole image of city changes. The modern shopping malls and sky scrappers are replaced by street hawkers and food stalls which gives it a very classical look. The best culinary delights which Malaysia has to offer can be found on this street. During the day there is not much activity but when the sun goes down the street is hustling and bustling with activity. It is one of the most favourite places of international tourists in KL as you can find food of all three dominant races of Malaysia; Malays, Chinese and Indians.

Photo Credits: David Griffen Photography


  • Char Siew
  • Fish  Head Noodles
  • Bbq Satay
  • Barbecued Chicken Wings
  • Salted Egg Crab
  • Roasted Pork Noodles
  • Fish ball Noodles
  • Durian
  • Pan Mee
  • Beef and Cabbage Soup
  • Sangkaya Coconut Icecream 
  • Grilled Seafood


Opening hours: 5 PM - 2 AM

Monorail (KL sentral station) to Bukit Bintang stop and head north along Jalan Bukit Bintang: from there Jalan Alor is a one-minute walk.

15 to 20 minutes (Approximately MYR 15 to 18) 



Temperature remains uniform, humidity is very high and abundant rainfall almost daily. Winds are generally light.


Light clothing is recommended.


Ringgit (RM) or (MYR)


For information, please visit:http://www.customs.gov.my


Universal Adapter/3-pin plug

220/240 volts – 50hz


Police – 999


Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile


10 AM to 10 PM


8 AM to 5:30 PM (Govt. Offices)

9:15 AM to 4:30 PM (Banks)


8 hours ahead of GMT/UTC


Tipping is not a must as service charges are included already.


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Malaysia has it's own customs and visitors should try to observe these practices when they arrive. Some common courtesy and customs are as follows:

• Although handshakes are generally acceptable for both men and women, some Muslim ladies may acknowledge introductions to gentlemen by merely nodding and smiling. A handshake should only be initiated by ladies. The traditional greeting or salam resembles a handshake with both hands but without the grasp. The man offers both hands, lightly touches his friend's outstretched hands, and then brings his hands to his chest to mean, "I greet you from my heart". The visitor should reciprocate the salam.

• It is polite to call before visiting a home.

• Shoes must always be removed when entering a Malaysian home.

• Drinks are generally offered to guests. It is polite to accept.

• The right hand is always used when eating with one's hand or giving and receiving objects.

• The right forefinger is not used to point at places, objects or persons. Instead, the thumb of the right hand with four fingers folded under is the preferred usage.

• Shoes must be removed when entering places of worship such as mosques and temples. Some mosques provide robes and scarves for female visitors. Taking photographs at places of worship is usually permitted but always ask permission beforehand.

• Toasting is not a common practice in Malaysia. The country's large Muslim population does not drink alcohol. 


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