Travel

Welcome to Kuala Lumpur!

We hope this information will be helpful for your stay ❤

*We can help you book your hotel rooms & group tours (sightseeing, beach, food tour, foot/body massage, durian buffet – your choice!) – please email us with your requests!

See a map of the milonga venue and recommended hotels here: [LINK]

Getting Around

  • The KLIA/KLIA2 airport is around 1 hour by car to the city centre, or 30 minutes by train KL Ekspres (stops at KL Sentral station).  Train tickets are available at the airport.
  • The recommended way to get around Kuala Lumpur is by car. You can download the Grab app where you can order a car to get around the city easily, and it is not expensive.
  • The milonga venue is near the city center / KL Sentral train station. It is easiest to go by Grabcar or taxi.

Accommodation

  • There are many hotels available near the milonga venue through booking.com, hotels.com and other websites.
    • Recommended area:  KL Sentral (nearest train station to milonga venue)
    • Recommended 5 star hotel closest to milonga venue:
      Hotel Majestic / Hilton / Le Meridien ~350+ RM per room per night
      St. Regis ~750+ RM per room per night
    • Budget hotels in KL Sentral area: ~100-150 RM per night
  • We can book accommodation for you – please email us to reserve your room!

Massage

  • We can help reserve your massage appointment for you, it will cost ~50 RM per hour depending on the treatment.
  • Please email us with details: date/time, number of people, foot/body massage, 60/90/120 minutes.

Sightseeing

  • Petronas Towers designed by Argentine architect César Pelli
  • Menara Kuala Lumpur / KL Tower
  • Moorish & Colonial architecture: Sultan Abdul Samad building, Merdeka Square, Old KTM Railway Station
  • Istana Budaya, Istan Negara
  • Chinatown / Petaling Street, Thean Hou Temple
  • Putra Mosque, Jamek Mosque
  • Batu Caves

Shopping

  • Bukit Bintang – large shopping district with both international and local brands. Malls eg. Sungei Wang plaza, Pavilion, Berjaya Times Square
  • Publika Shopping Gallery – weekend arts fairs & independent/handmade brands
  • Central Market – local handicrafts
  • Petaling Street (Pasar Seni train station) – local food and souvenirs

Dining

  • Lot10 Hutong – local hawker food
  • Jalan Alor – street food
  • Petaling Street – street food
  • Taman Connaught night market – street food
  • Bangsar – high end restaurants, bars & night clubs
  • Fine dining options – please email us for recommendations & reservations

KL Skyline

Something Different…

  • Massage:  Healthland;  Thai Odyssey;   many other massage parlors
  • Drinks with a view at a helicoptor launch pad:  Heli Lounge Bar
  • Jazz:  No Black Tie;  Alexis Bistro & Wine Bar
  • Durian buffet:  SS2 Donald’s Durian

We hope you enjoy your stay in Kuala Lumpur! ❤