Aside from our reasonably priced Kuala Lumpur lodging, travellers prefer our hotel because of its strategic location. We’re right along Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz, and we’re easily accessible from major roads.
Kuala Lumpur International Hotel also enjoys proximate distance from the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC). It is likewise close to Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Chow Kit areas, shopping centres, cafes, and restaurants.
And unlike other hotels in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, our hotel makes it easier for you to see the city’s best attractions and commercial areas via taxi or bus. You can also take the KTM Commuter Trains, Putra and Star LRTs, and KL Monorail.
Among the interesting sites you can conveniently get to are the quaint pre-war shops and buildings. Here, you can shop for quality leather accessories, batik cloths, and unique souvenirs.
Stay at our well-located and affordable Kuala Lumpur lodging and visit these popular places of interest:
- Istana Budaya – .9 kmThe National Theatre host numerous musical, cultural and dance performances of local and foreign origin. The design of the theatre is based on Malay Culture – the base resembles a floating traditional Malay kite, while the layout follows the pattern of a typical Malay house. Istana Budaya is considered by many to be at par with the Royal Albert Hall in London
- Titiwangsa Lake Garden/ Eye On Malaysia – .9 km
Located in the north – eastern fringe of Kuala Lumpur, Titiwangsa Lake Garden is a recreational park with a large lake as its main attraction. A popular rendezvous among city dwellers, its offer tennis courts, an exercise area, a playground for children and other recreational facilities for water sports.
- Putra World Trade Centre – 1 kmThe success of any event depends on the participation of visitors and guests that is intended for the event. Strategically located in the heart of KL, PWTC provides easy access to and fro KTM Railway Station, KLIA Airport, major financial and business instituitions and entertainment centres.
- Masjid India (Little India) – 1.5 kmYou can reach “Little India” with the Star LRT or Putra LRT. You get off at the Masjid Jamek Station. It’s also on walking distance from Petaling Street (China Town). The Masjid Jamek is only 200 meters away from this shopping bazaar. The heart of Little India is the Jalan Masjid India.
- KL Tower – 1.7 kmKL Tower (officially) stands majestically atop Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill) at 421 meters and 94 meters above sea level, is one of the first and perhaps most enduring images a visitor to KL will encounter.
- Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) – 1.7 kmSuria is located in Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC). It a luxurious shopping complex with a lot of expensive shops, like Armani, Gucci, Cartier and Chopard. Suria offers an array of goods and services to please and pamper the needs of shoppers. From fashion and entertainment, to electronics and homeware, from local delicacies to international fare, the choice is endless.
- Petronas Twin Towers – 1.7 kmThe Petronas Towers are some of the highest buildings in the world. They are 452 meters tall. Following the most recent details: the Bamboo Shoot in Taiwan is at this moment the highest building in the world. Also the KL-Tower in Kuala Lumpur is just a little bit higher than the Petronas Towers, but that’s a little joke: the KL-Tower (telecommunication Tower) has been built on a hill and that’s why it is a bit higher.
- Bukit Bintang (Golden Triangle) – 2 kmLocated in the Golden Triangle, Bukit Bintang can easily be reached by bus, taxi or elevated high-speed trains dubbed the Monorail system. The area is also a commercial centre with many offices and businesses operating in Bukit Bintang.
- Merdeka Square – 2.5 kmThe Merdeka Square (Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka) is situated in the centre of the city. It’s close to the Gombak river, the Masjid Jamek, Central Market and China Town. It’s the core of KL’s history. Here you find buildings like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Royal Selangor Club, and the National History museum.
- Pasar Seni/ Central Market – 2.5 kmThe Art Deco Central Market was built in 1928 and spent many years as the home of the city’s largest fresh produce market. It at the junction of Jalan Benteng and Lebuh Pasar Besar. Formerly it was the capital’s wet market. Since 1986, the needs of tourism have taken over with 130 arts and crafts shops, as well as regular cultural performances on the riverside stage.
- Sultan Abdul Samad Building – 2.5 kmThe predominantly Moorish appearance of the building suitably reflects the cultural background of Malaysia.The unique Moorish-style building has a 41m clock tower, dubbed ‘Big Ben’.The Sultan Abdul Samad Building was originally known as “The New Government Offices”.
- Chinatown – 3 kmPetaling Street is the center of Kuala Lumpur’s original Chinatown. It’s the place that never sleeps. Adventurous visitors should not miss a walk on Petaling Street. Even in daytime you have great bargains. Petaling Street is not open for the traffic.
- National Mosque – 3 kmThe mosque stands diagonally opposite the Kuala Lumpur Old Railway Station in a five hectare landscaped garden. It’s reputed as one of the more beautiful mosques in South-east Asia.The umbrella-shaped dome, with 18 points representing the 13 states of Malaysia and the five pillars of Islam.The minaret is 73 meters high.
- National Museum – 3.5 kmThe National Museum (Muzium Negara) is the most principal museum of Malaysia. It has a large central main entrance hall that is flanked by two exhibition wings. In those wings (upstairs and downstairs) are: a Historical Gallery, a Metalwork and Musical Instruments Gallery, a Cultural Gallery, a National Sports Gallery and a Natural History Gallery.
- KL Sentral – 4 kmMany people will travel by train from KLIA (the airport) to Kuala Lumpur. The train station of arrival is called KL Sentral. KL Sentral is the hub for Kuala Lumpur. It’s the transfer point for major rail systems including KLIA Ekspres, KLIA Transit, KTM Intercity, KTM Komuter, Putra LRT and KL Monorail.
- Putrajaya – 56 kmPutrajaya has become the new capital city near Kuala Lumpur. It was formerly known as Perang Besar and is located 25 km south of Kuala Lumpur. It’s also 20 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at Sepang in the south. Putrayaja is the new Administrative Center of the Government
- KL Birdpark – 8 kmThe KL Bird Park was established in 1991 and was officially opened by Her Majesty the Queen of Malaysia, Tunku Bainun. The park is 10 minutes away from the city centre. The Bird Park houses more than 3,000 birds and 200 species from all over the world.
- National Monument – 3 kmThe Tugu Negara or National Monument was erected in honor of the the fallen heroes of the 1st and 2nd World Wars, as well as the Malayan Emergency from the years 1948 to 1960. It is located on a hill next to the Malaysian Parliament House.
Kuala Lumpur International Hotel
Lorong Haji Hussein, Off Jalan Raja Muda Abd Aziz
50300 Kuala Lumpur
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