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Serviced Apartments in Kuala Lumpur

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Demand has gone up steadily for serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur owing to the city’s pre-eminent status as a business and tourist destination. Travelers prefer to rent apartments in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and the capital of Malaysia. It is the biggest city in the country while Greater Kuala Lumpur is also known as Klang Valley. It is one of the fastest developing metropolitan zones in Southeast Asia by way of both economic development and population alike. 

Top Serviced Apartments in Kuala Lumpur for Long And Short Term Stay 

Fully furnished rent apartments in Kuala Lumpur offering added amenities like fully equipped kitchens, flat-screen televisions, private access, concierge and room cleaning if available and high-speed Wi-Fi, these apartments are ideal for comfortable and convenient stays in Kuala Lumpur. 

Benefits of Furnished Apartments in Kuala Lumpur

Furnished apartments in Kuala Lumpur offer numerous benefits to travelers, especially in terms of covering all the basic aspects like maintenance and agency fees, bills, deposit, furnishings, accessories and the like. Travelers do not have to worry about all these aspects while they also enjoy the best modern amenities and even added provisions like swimming pools and gymnasiums wherever applicable. 

Serviced apartments are located in close proximity to major transportation facilities including Underground stations, metro stations, bus stops and major roads. They also offer great connectivity to key tourist landmarks and corporate hubs. 

We understand how guests require a second home in Kuala Lumpur while staying here for work or leisure. To that end, we offer the best amenities, plush and luxuriously furnished accommodation, complete privacy and round the clock customer assistance and support. 

Corporate Housing in Kuala Lumpur

Corporate housing in Kuala Lumpur is a great choice for all corporate and business guests seeking comfortable and practical stays in the city. These apartments are strategically located near major public transportation hubs and attractions along with corporate hubs. They offer the best amenities like high-speed Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions and fully equipped kitchens among others. 

Short Term Rent Apartments in Kuala Lumpur

Those landing in Kuala Lumpur for shorter durations will find these apartments really comfortable and practical. Short term rent apartments in Kuala Lumpur offer the best amenities and facilities including fully equipped kitchens, high-speed Wi-Fi and security features along with providing easy access to tourist landmarks and public transportation facilities alike. They make for comfortable and spacious accommodation options for short-term travelers. 

Holiday Apartments in Kuala Lumpur

Holiday apartments in Kuala Lumpur are ideal choices for leisure travelers and families who are seeking convenient, spacious and private accommodation while exploring the city. These units are conveniently located near major tourist attractions and public transportation facilities. They also offer ample space along with plush furnishings, comfortable beds, well-equipped kitchens and amenities like flat-screen televisions and high-speed Wi-Fi. To top it off, customer support is available round the clock for resolving your queries swiftly. 

Where to Stay in Kuala Lumpur 

Kuala Lumpur has several neighborhoods which are popular with tourists. These include the Kuala Lumpur City Centre which is frequented by expats and other areas like Bangsar, Bukit Bintang, Damansara Heights, Desa Sri Hartamas, Bukit Tunku and Mont Kiara. 


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Facts About Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is officially called the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and is the capital of Malaysia. Here are some interesting facts about Kuala Lumpur: 

  • Greater Kuala Lumpur is also known as the Klang Valley. 
  • It is the biggest city in Malaysia and its economic, cultural and financial hub. 
  • It houses the official residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the Istana Negara along with the Parliament of Malaysia. 
  • It first developed into a town before becoming the Selangor capital in 1880 and remained so till 1978. It was the capital of Malaya prior to the formation of Malaysia. 
  • Kuala Lumpur is one of three Malaysian federal territories within the Selangor State on the Peninsular Malaysia central-west coastline. 
  • The city has hosted numerous acclaimed global events including the Southeast Asian Games in 2017 and Commonwealth Games in 1998. 
  •  It is home to the world’s tallest twin buildings or the Petronas Towers. 
  • Kuala Lumpur was the world’s 6th most visited city in 2019 while containing 3 out of 10 of the biggest shopping malls across the globe. 
  • Kuala Lumpur has been ranked highly by the Economist Intelligence Unit report for Global Livability Ranking and is Number 2 in Southeast Asia after Singapore. 
  • It was declared as the World Book Capital 2020 by UNESCO. 

Kuala Lumpur achieved GDP of RM73,536 million for the year 2008 with annual growth rates standing at 5.9% on average. By the year 2015, this touched RM160,388 million, contributing 15.1% of the overall GDP of Malaysia. 

Kuala Lumpur has two airports, namely the main one which is KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) at Sepang in Selangor. This is also the main hub for aviation in Malaysia and 50 kilometers towards the south of the city. Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport or Subang Skypark is the other airport. KLIA is the central hub for Malaysia Airlines, the national carrier and AirAsia. The KLIA Ekspres is the airport rail link service operated by KL Sentral, taking 28 minutes. 

Cost of Living in Kuala Lumpur

Restaurant meals are priced at approximately 8-80 RM on average while one-way tickets come for 2-4 RM and monthly passes are priced at roughly 100 RM. Basic utility costs stand at approximately 200.11 RM while apartment rentals vary between 1,200-6,000 RM. 

Tips for Visiting Kuala Lumpur

Here are some tips for visiting Kuala Lumpur: 

  • Kuala Lumpur has its major attractions clustered together, i.e. shopping centers are all grouped in Bukit Bintang while Pasar Seni has connected street markets. Take the LRT/Monorail/free MyRapid buses along with the Bukit Bintang-KLCC walkway. 
  • Malaysia lies on the Equator which means that it is humid and sweltering throughout the year with massive rainfall at times. Pack durable summer clothing and enjoy afternoons since rainfall is common in the evenings. 
  • Escape the bustle of Kuala Lumpur by venturing into the nature reserves at its center. Explore the Gardens thoroughly including lovely fauna and flora along with the KL Butterfly Park, KL Bird Park and KL Lake Gardens. 
  • Make purchases wisely right from the top-end luxury items in Pavilion to cheap offerings at Sungei Wang. 
  • Night markets are un-missable attractions in Kuala Lumpur and they are known as pasar malam

Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has numerous things to do. Here’s taking a closer look at some of them: 

Q1. What are popular things to do in Kuala Lumpur? 

Popular things to do in Kuala Lumpur include visiting the Petronas Towers and KLCC Park along with the Menara Kuala Lumpur TV Tower, Merdeka Square, Chinatown, Sri Mahamariamman Temple and more. 

Q2. What are some free things to do in Kuala Lumpur? 

Free things to do in Kuala Lumpur include the KL Forest Eco Park, Merdeka Square, Petronas Twin Towers, Chinatown, Perdana Botanical Gardens, Bank Negara Malaysia Museum & Art Gallery and the Kampung Baru Walking Tour. 

Q3. Does Kuala Lumpur have many romantic attractions? 

Romantic attractions in Kuala Lumpur include the KLCC Park, Aquaria, Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Royal Selangor Visitor Center, Pavilion KL, Menara Kuala Lumpur and Islamic Arts Museum. 

Q4. What are family-friendly things to do in Kuala Lumpur? 

Family-friendly things to do in Kuala Lumpur include visiting the Petrosains Discovery Center, Petronas Twin Towers, KL Aquarium, KLCC Playground and Waterpark, Lake Gardens, KLCC Fountain (at night) and KL Butterfly Farm. 

Q5. What are unusual things to do in Kuala Lumpur? 

Unusual things to do in Kuala Lumpur include having afternoon tea at the Orchid Conservatory, dining 45 meters in the sky and enjoying No Black Tie and jazz. You can learn how to cook tasty Malaysian cuisine while exploring the city on a Segway. 

Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur

There are several places to visit in Kuala Lumpur including the following: 

  • Petronas TowersPetronas Towers are the famous landmark of Malaysia at the massive Kuala Lumpur City Center or KLCC. They are called the Twin Jewels of Kuala Lumpur and you will love the jaw-dropping and spectacular views from the 88 storied towers, joined at the 41st and 42nd levels by the double-decker Sky Bridge. 
  • Menara KL Tower Standing over the beautiful Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, the 421 meter high KL Tower, will offer you a stunning view indeed. It is the 5th tallest structure in the whole world and is one of Kuala Lumpur’s biggest architectural marvels. The viewing deck is 100 meters higher as compared to the Sky Bridge of the Petronas Twin Towers as well. 
  • ChinatownChinatown is a vibrant and colorful attraction that revolves around Oriental heritage, culture and history. It is a great place to experience multiculturalism in Kuala Lumpur. 
  • Batu Caves – Batu Caves lies 11 kilometers northwards from Kuala Lumpur and is a 400 million year old limestone hill and has a 100 year old temple within it. It is the centerpiece of the Thaipusam annual Hindu festival which draws thousands of people. 
  • Sultan Abdul Samad Building The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a former secretariat for the British and houses the offices of the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of Malaysia today. It was built in 1897 and was designed by AC Norman towards the east of Merdeka Square. 
  • Sunway Lagoon Theme Park The Sunway Lagoon Theme Park will be an enjoyable attraction, offering a wave pool, surf beach, manmade river rides and 360 degree revolving pirate ship among many other attractions. 

Places to Eat in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is home to numerous top establishments and restaurants like Hanare Japanese Restaurant, DinnerDate Malaysia, Dining in the Dark, Sabayon at EQ, Marble 8 Steak House, Nasi Kandar Pelita and Tapak Urban Street Dining.  

Street Food in Kuala Lumpur 

Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant conglomeration of diverse culinary styles from Southeast Asia. There is the sambal coming with the national dish or Nasi Lemak and you should try Nyonya foods where Santan is used amply. Curries have local ingredients while desserts like ais kacang and teh tarik are also popular. A street food hub is Jalan Alor. 

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur means visiting Suria KLCC below the Petronas Twin Towers and Bukit Bintang District with the highest number of shopping malls like Fahrenheit 88, Pavilion, Berjaya Times Square, Plaza Low Yat, Lot 10, Quill City Mall and Sungei Wang Plaza. Try the Changkat area for shopping along with the Bangsar District and Petaling Street which have numerous stores. Kuala Lumpur has everything from budget stores to glitzy shopping malls. 

Transportation in Kuala Lumpur

Transportation options include Rapid Bus and Rail systems along with KL Sentral and Klang Valley Integrated Transit System. KTM Komuter is the commuter railway service while LRT is the medium-capacity railway line for the Klang Valley. MRT is the heavy-rail rapid transit system while people also use the KL Monorail. Kuala Lumpur has two airports, namely the Kuala Lumpur International Airport or KLIA at Sepang in Selangor and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport or Subang Skypark. Kuala Lumpur has Mini-Bus Services or Bas Mini KL networks that cover the entire city. This is one of the city’s oldest public transportation systems. 

Weather in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur witnesses hot, humid and overcast climates throughout the year. Temperatures usually vary between 73 and 91 degrees Fahrenheit while they rarely go below 70 degrees Fahrenheit or rise over 94 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit Kuala Lumpur is between early in June and late in September. You can also consider visiting between mid December and mid March for enjoying the weather and outdoor attractions.

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