Moment Hotel, Manhattan Business Hotel TTDI
Taman Tun Dr Ismail MRT station
The best areas to stay in Taman Tun Dr Ismail are Sri Petaling, Bukit Bintang, Maluri, KL Sentral, Cheras, Kepong, Ampang, Titiwangsa, Pudu, Bangsar
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Moment Hotel, Manhattan Business Hotel TTDI, Lighthouse Hotel & Shortstay Uptown Damansara, 3BR Cosy Place, De UPTOWN Hotel @ Damansara Uptown, PJ Park Hotel, Ryokan Chic Hotel (Damansara Utama), Chic Lifestyle Suites Glomac Residences, Desa Kiara by SYNC Management
Currently, there are around 9 hotels that you can book in Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Taman Tun Dr Ismail, or more commonly known as TTDI, is another major township in Kuala Lumpur. It’s also one of the expensive towns in the city center and also among the oldest. Situated on the border of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, the town the easily reached from Bandar Utama, Damansara Utama and Mutiara Damansara.
TTDI is mainly a residential area but there are also some commercial developments happening around the old town. Though it is old, the town itself is always upgrading to accomodate the modern needs and styles but still keeping its heritage and history.
Going through TTDI, you will see that most of the roads there are named after prominent leaders of Malaysia, especially those who contributed a lot during the pre- and early independence days of Malaysia.
Driving from Kuala Lumpur city centre will only take about 20 minutes via SPRINT highway.
The TTDI MRT station just recently opened to public, making the access to TTDI a lot more easier.
Delicious foods and the variety of choices of delicacies are easily found in the vicinity of this old town. One of the most popular ones is a strip of old double-storey shop lots that served best, and affordable foods in the neighborhood. There you can find dishes from chinese foods to malay’s to indians and baba-nyonya’s. There is also some pastries shops among the local delights.
Locating near TTDI, and just beside the Curve Shipping mall, there’s an ice-skating ring at the Royale Bintang Damansara, Hotel.
A mall with an open-air concept that always filled with people and tourists during the weekend. Take a stroll during weekdays to enjoy the mall as there are not as many people as during the weekend.
While the Curve has an open-air concept mall, the One Utama Shopping Centre has a huge garden on its rooftop. The humongous mall in Malaysia is another one-stop center for retails where you can find brands from all over the world.
The garden has around 600 species of fauna and it might be the relaxation therapy you need after enjoying shopping.
IKEA is a Scandinavian chain store that sells ready-to-assemble furniture, plus housewares, in a warehouse-like space. It provides a range of home furnishing products that are affordable to most of people. This place is located just opposite The Curve.
This place is dedicated for kids to explore the real-life occupations hands-on in a fun yet engaging learning environment. Located near The Curve and IKEA Damansara, Kidzania is an indoor family themed learning centre that offers interactive learning and role play experiences for kids between the ages of 4 to 14.
An apartment for rent in the town of Taman Tun Dr Ismail. The in-room facilities are great, from desk to bathtub to a small kitchenette and in the common area outside, there are pools, garden, and barbeque pit among others. It also located near supermarket, laundry service and also ATMs.
A new, great and clean hotel that’s recommended by almost every customers that ever stayed there.
If you’re looking for something cheaper to accomate your family while visiting Kuala Lumpur this home is one of the best choice. Located at the edge of TTDI, it offers a comfortable stay and plenty of room for the children to run around.
A home-converted-for-renting out, this is terrace house, fully furnished that’s comfortable with four bedrooms.