Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for travelling

Homely accommodations of KL Sentral, Malaysia


Situated just 2 kilometers away from Kuala Lumpur city centre, KL Sentral houses an impressive array of luxury hotels, local and international eateries with easy access to Malaysia’s largest rail transport hub. KL Sentral is also within walking distance from the laidback residential neighborhood of Brickfields where numerous quaint Buddhist temples and colorful shops with a strong South Indian presence can be found. Easily accessible via LRT, KTM, and Monorail, Kuala Lumpur’s massive shopping malls are also situated just several train stops away from KL Sentral Station.


Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from redbus.my





Located just next to KL Sentral, the 35-storey Hilton Kuala Lumpur is a time-honoured classic with ample leisure facilities, including a two-storey gym, spa, sauna, and a 120-metre freeform terrace saltwater pool. Interior-wise, in-house local artist Infantino Fernandes provides Hilton KL with a rotating collection of wood and steel artwork that gives the place a quirky yet elegant touch. The hotel’s 503 soundproof rooms and suites are fitted with throw pillows, olive green couches, mosaic tiles and art-deco rugs add a touch of flashiness to the experience. Offering expansive views of Lake Gardens, we love the two-storey duplex Penthouse suite – perfect for a little extra special stay, downstairs is a work station, living room, dining room and kitchen. Post renovation, this place has been an awesome place to visit. The rooms are excellent. Toilets are also beautifully designed. The rooms offer an extensive scenic view of the beautiful gardens.


It is a great location for tourists who wish to explore Kuala Lumpur. It is simply great for tourists travelling with families and children.



Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral 

Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral features plenty of onsite facilities and restaurants to satisfy just about any traveller, including a moderately-sized infinity-edge rooftop pool set beside a Polynesian-themed bar called Mai Bar (complete with giant Tiki heads), W-XYZ Bar which hosts live indie bands on select nights, and Re:fuel, an open-concept convenience store that stocks light snacks, juices and hot beverages. The hotel is also directly connected to Nu Sentral Mall, offering ample retail, entertainment and dining options as well as easy access to KL Sentral. The staff is very helpful and brilliant. Anticipating all what we needed everything was in place for us right from the room to the luggage storage before our stay. The swimming pool on the roof is simply awesomeand huge. Drinks served were superb, breakfast was incredible. The rooms are also comfortable and large.



Meanwhile, Brickfields (Little India) is a five-minute walk away, where you can find authentic Indian cuisine and Hindu temples. Brickfields is Malaysia’s official Little India. This place has recently been modified with wide a street and many Indian stores and restaurants mainly run by Indians. You can sing and dance to some Indian Bollywood tunes. I was quite amazed to see women dressed in traditional saree with some lovely flower garlands to get into a party mood.

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