Sri Petaling, Bukit Bintang
The Home Homestay, Vio Hotel Sri Petaling
Bukit Bintang, Bersepadu Selatan Bus Terminal
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are The Home Homestay, Vio Hotel Sri Petaling, De Luna Hotel Sri Petaling, Bunk & Bilik Hotel Sri Petaling, Hotel 99 Sri Petaling @ Bukit Jalil, Nouvelle Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Vista Komanwel A, Springz Hotel-Bukit Jalil, 1 Orange Hotel Sri Petaling @ Bukit Jalil, H Boutique Hotel Sri Petaling
Currently, there are around 11 hotels that you can book in Bukit Jalil LRT Station
Bukit Jalil LRT station is located after the Sungai Besi LRT station and before the former terminus of Sri Petaling Line, the Sri Petaling LRT station. The station is situated right at the heart of Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex, providing easy access to sports fans for the area. It is also the nearest station to Technology Park Malaysia.
If you are traveling by air, nearest airport is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (IATA: KUL, ICAO: WMKK), which is an international airport, located in Sepang, Selangor. Both terminals, KLIA and KLIA2 airport are located about 30 minutes to LRT Bukit Jalil.
You can use Star LRT Ampang – Sri Petaling line to LRT Bukit Jalil station.
Literally one of the biggest stadiums, in the region, Bukit Jalil National Stadium is a multipurpose stadium that can accommodate up to 80 thousand strong and its expected to boast even larger audience after the completion of the Kuala Lumpur Sports City project. There are a multitude of facilities available in the complex such as grass pitches, synthetic and warming up tracks, broadcast studios and coloured video matrix scoreboards. After finishing being the host for the 1998 Commonwealth Games, this stadium is used as a home stadium for the national football team. Nonetheless, the stadium is also open to public on normal occasions and facilities are available for them to use.
Terminal Bus Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) is an integrated transport terminal. It was developed in December 2010 by a trusted company, Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd and opened to public on 1 January 2011. This is one of government efforts to strive Malaysia as developing to developed country. It is considered as one big initiative of Government’s National Key Result Areas by improving urban public transport. TBS is the hub for over 500 express buses, KLIA Transit station, KTM Komuter station and Rapid KL LRT rail station. Having an efficient integrated transport terminal, friendly e-ticketing booking and purchasing system will help to boost the ridership of public transport among the locals especially. As a result, the people in urban can commute fluently by public transport daily to and from work and intercity. Not only eases the people in urban but TBS also provides the upmost comfort and convenience for all south-bound, eastern, and north-bound bus express passengers. In the building itself, there are numbers of restaurants, clean toilets and prayer room provided and maintained. There is also a wide parking area for passengers to park their cars safely while they are away.
The Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) is a science park located in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for research and development of knowledge-based industries. Its total land area of 3.0 km2, comprises 12 state-of-the-art buildings each with specific functions. It is in phase 1 of implementation. The latest addition to the park is the Enterprise 4 building, which is an intelligent building designed to service the physical needs of high-tech companies, enabling them to be service providers to the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), the rest of Malaysia and the world.
Nouvelle Hotel Kuala Lumpur is a 3 star hotel with 406 well-appointed guestrooms – the ideal stop over for all leisure and business travellers. The hotel had been extensively revamped to bestow guests with the ultimate comfort. Situated at the entrance of Kuala Lumpur and strategically located within 15 minutes south of Kuala Lumpur's City Centre, the hotel is just a 30-minute driving distance of Kuala Lumpur International Airport & KLIA2, the country’s administrative centre; Putrajaya, the nerve centre of Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor; Cyberjaya and The Sepang International Circuit.