Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown boasts with its sheer attention to details and a bright airy space with sunny hues, dark wood reception desk, comfy sofa seating, decorative floor-to-ceiling metal lattice, matching exposed walls of burnt bricks that feature paintings of the neighbourhood’s glorious trading past.
Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur recently launched the I Heart Malaysia Weekend room package for Malaysian residents and I-Kad holders to indulge in over the weekend. Valid for stays on Friday and weekends only, this package is available to book from now until 31 March 2020 with exclusive complimentary breakfast for two and late check out at 6pm.
After 222 days of renovation, WOLO reopens for business with a bolder, more sensuous and eclectic luxury design to inspire modern day travellers to explore the best of Kuala Lumpur through bold lenses.
Art In The City’s second edition kicked off to much fanfare celebrating 3 site-specific commissioned art installations by Malaysian artists, special screening of video competition, Lucky Pao Market, public art forum and workshop as well as fringe activities which collectively promoted the diverse artistic, creativity, compassion and imagination of Malaysian talents.
Thrill seekers will run for their lives!
Halloween is here and this is the time when ghouls, ghosts and sinister creatures reportedly come out to play. From 1 October to 1 November, families can look forward to a host of eerie and hair-raising activities at KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Spooky Fun Festival which includes a Midnight Hour challenge that will have visitors searching for the antidote to a zombie virus outbreak. Intrigued?
Every year, millions of women around the world is affected by breast cancer. According to the Malaysian National Cancer Registry Report 2007 – 2011, breast cancer accounted for 32.1% of all female cancers in Malaysia. While survival rates are improving, the situation remains serious as statistics indicate that one in every 30 women are at risk of contracting breast cancer in her lifetime.
From 20 till 22 September, New Taipei City Government and EVA Air will be organising the “New Taipei City, New Adventure!” Travel Fair at Nu Sentral Shopping Mall in Kuala Lumpur, featuring Shou Shin Bou, HiWalk, full-scale model of the popular Shen’ao Rail Bike for photo opportunities, and Jiufen CHIPAO, to introduce the newest and most popular tourist attractions along New Taipei City’s Mountain-Ocean Line, sharing the most delicious souvenirs, and conducting fun experiential activities – inviting Malaysians to gain firsthand experience of the excitement and beauty of New Taipei City.
Kuala Lumpur has emerged as the third most visited APAC destination in Mastercard’s Asia Pacific Destinations Index (APDI), ahead of Tokyo and Seoul. Bangkok and Singapore take up the first and second spots respectively.
Hotels.comTM today unveiled the world’s first half and half hotel suite, the ‘So Extra So Chic’ suite – a room split literally straight down the middle, where half is uber-maximalist and half ultra-minimalist.
A total of 25 social media influencers and key opinion leaders from nine ASEAN countries are taking part in the Malaysia-ASEAN Tourism Influencers Key Opinion Leaders Programme (MAIKOL) from 26 August until 1 September 2019.
YB Tuan Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, today officially launched the VM2020 Retro Havoc World Tour, in a colorful event in Putrajaya. YB Tuan Muhammad Bakhtiar himself put the VM2020 logo on the car, and flagged off the machine from the launching pad.
Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur is a multiple award-winning, family-friendly staycation destination that weary urbanites seek due to its high service standards delivered by highly attentive staff, memorable dining, well maintained rooms and reliable facilities!
citizenM Kuala Lumpur Bukit Bintang recently celebrated its arrival in Malaysia by hosting more than 300 guests on its new property on July 11th, 2019. The event also commemorated the brand’s first opening in Southeast Asia, making it citizenM’s 16th stylish urban destination worldwide, and third overall in Asia.
To understand how Kuala Lumpur came into being and become what it is today, Cosmo Hotel has created a new tour package for history buffs and general adventurers to truly experience the ‘real side’ Kuala Lumpur.
Traveling during this time is bound to open doors to explore, appreciate, and embrace several aspects of the Ramadan culture that you may be less accustomed to – or at all, if you travel at any other time of the year. This is an opportunity not-to-be-missed!