It is a mixture of past and present that makes Kuala Lumpur a fascinating city to visit. Like other Asian metropolises, Kuala Lumpur is rapidly expanding and modernising while a vast mix of cultures that reside here cling onto fragments of the past. The diversity of the Kuala Lumpur hotels we have advertised makes it almost too hard to choose, so while you're ... More>deciding which hotel in KL to stay in, we will let you know that one of greatest attractions in Kuala Lumpur is actually the sumptuous, cheap and always available food! The range of cuisines and dishes on offer are partly a result of the country's colonial history which has encouraged a diverse range of people from across the world to settle here and throw their own influences and ideas into the KL melting pot.
Find accommodation near Jalan Alor, an especially famed food lovers street with intoxicating aromas swirling around and hungry visitors licking their lips at the options on offer. After, head to Bukit Bintang and celebrate the evening in one of the many bars and clubs in the area. If the mixture of food and booze makes you a little sleepy, retreat to one of our Kuala Lumpur hotels.
Hotels in Kuala Lumpur will be perfectly situated to benefit from one of the city's many festivals such as Chinese New Year, Hari Raya and Deepavali which all exhibit the city's unique multicultural heritage. Despite the presence of staggering skyscrapers like the famed Petronas Twin Towers, KL is actually incredibly green. Bukit Nanas is an area of untouched rainforest in the middle of the city while Lake Gardens also offers over 90 hectares of green space to roam around. From your Kuala Lumpur hotel, a trip to the vibrant Chinatown also comes highly recommended.