Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia stands out as the significant hub for numerous flights out of Europe and U.S. to SE Asia. Therefore it is no surprise so many individuals go to it for business and events such as weddings/holidays, one of my good friends a short while ago opted for KL as the location for their marriage ceremony, opting to move on to Thailand for their honeymoon.
The KL international hotel scene has the identical names you’d find in Europe and almost all are located in the city centre, but there are quite a few hotel room in KL in particular you should really look to lodge in. A hotel in Ampang provides you a centralised spot in the area with close accessibility to the LRT/Monorail services as well as KLCC and Pavilion, other places would include KL Sentral which connects to the airport and Bukit Bintang which is the classic touristic spot.
Due to the fact transport is often an problem finding the right position regarding your stay in KL is actually all the more important, the majority of of high quality international hotel in Kuala Lumpur are positioned in the CBD where you’ll also locate many of the entertainment and shopping areas.
The beauty of KL is that it’s a quality cosmopolitan city, nestled in tropical rainforests and nature, in town you have excellent restaurants (check out Marini’s group restaurants or those in Troika building), awesome shopping destinations and massive malls (check out Mid Valley Mega Mall), but then you also have beautiful hikes and boundless nature (checkout this link: http://www.waterfallsofmalaysia.com/state.php?state_id=12).
If you love beaches, you should not miss out on some of the best islands you can find in Malaysia. Particularly on the east coast of the peninsular, you can definitely go for an island hop adventure for a thrilling experience. There are several tour packages you can try out in Redang Island that offers a full 3D2N itinerary to suit your needs, from snorkeling trips, scuba diving and even jungle trekking. As Redang Island definitely caters to tourists, it is slightly more commercial, so if you want somewhere quieter, go to Lang Tengah Island for a change.
For 2016 to 2017 tour packages to these amazing islands, check out this website (Pulau Pulau) where you can find full details like hotel rooms, boat schedules and many more.
All transport is low cost in Malaysia (particularly the further you get out of town), the train service will cost you less the RM5.00 to cover pretty much the whole line, taxi’s start at RM3.00 for budget and RM6.00 for premier and only go up in small increments, alcohol is pricey but restaurant prices are very cheap compared to the high quality of service you can expect.