Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital is the sixth most visited city in the world bringing in an approximate of 8.9 million tourists every year. No doubt the city is a haven for visitors from all over the world with its cultural diversity, relatively low costs and an array of gastronomic as well as shopping variety. However, with so much to see and do, one begs the question – where to stay in Kuala Lumpur?
Obviously, you would want to stay close to the liveliest districts of Kuala Lumpur. Particularly, you would want to stay in a hotel that is near to public transportation and to the Bukit Bintang district. With an accommodation so close to Bukit Bintang, the shopping and entertainment district of the city, you will spend more time exploring the city and less time travelling it.
Here, the varieties in shopping and gastronomic experiences are abundant. With just a 5 minute walk you will find yourself in front of Malaysia’s flagship designer mall, Pavilion Shopping Mall. The mall houses a variety of fashion boutiques and fine dining restaurants. Along the mall is the popular Bintang Walk – home to cafes, swanky bars and plenty of eateries where some of the best local delicacies can be found.
Additionally, the district is also close by to Kuala Lumpur’s most prominent landmark – the Petronas Twin Towers with Suria KLCC at the foot of the towers offering even more shopping and the beautiful park right next to it offers a picturesque scene of the city. Now you are starting to get an idea of where to stay in Kuala Lumpur.
So, now that you know where to stay in Kuala Lumpur, where can you find a hotel that is close by and reasonable? The answer is simple, Apple Hotel of course! With so many Kuala Lumpur hotels, what makes Apple Hotel different? This budget hotel offers all the convenience you wish for with the Bukit Bintang Monorail Station, Bukit Bintang district and KLCC all within close proximity. Hygiene and comfort is of utmost importance to Apple Hotel hence, providing guests with the best value-for-money hotels in Kuala Lumpur.