Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia · 2 hotels available
Located near Perdana Lake, Kuala Lumpur, the Parliament Building is a building complex where the Malaysian Parliament gathers. Comprises of two parts, a 3-story main building and a 17-story tower, the main building hold the House of Representatives and the Senate while the tower locates the representatives' offices. The building is beautified by the stunning landscape of pool and fountain situated between the main block and tower block. With the cost of construction of RM18 million, it was Tunku Abdul Rahman who suggested the construction of this building complex. After completion, it was officiated by His Majesty the 3rd King, Tuanku Syed Putra Al-Haj Ibni Al-Marhum Syed Hassan Jamalullail. The first meeting of Parliament of Malaysia was held in the Parliament Building on 16 September 1963. The building truly symbolises the democratic system that is practised in Malaysia. Prior visit, visitors are required to write a letter of application. Also, there is a dress code that must be adhered to.
Central Market (Pasar Seni) is located at Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock Lock and the section of Jalan Hang Kasturi, Kuala Lumpur. Initially used as a wet market, Central Market is one of the most familiar landmarks and a popular attraction among tourists. . Inside this beautiful crafted building, there are a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling authentic Malaysian batik prints and many more. This place hosts a variety of vendors that bring out their best wares during annual occassions in Malaysia. Central Market is indeed the focus for the artistic community in the city.
Petaling Street is one of the famous shopping district in Kuala Lumpur city. With hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of stuff at cheap prices, this place transforms into a vibrant market at night. Even though it is not in the same league with other well known trendy shopping malls such as Pavillion, Suria KLCC and many more, Petaling Street is always crowded with locals and foreign tourists, hunting and bargaining for the best deal. There are fat opportunities to try out various delectable cuisines as you can find Chinese and seafood restaurants can be found at almost every corner at this street. Also, this street is served by a good network of public transportations.
Situated right at the pulse of Kuala Lumpur city, Geo Hotel is located 1.93 km away from Parlimen Malaysia. Apart from offering their guests with excellent service, this hotel has the strategic advantage of being located near to the many public transport systems in the city (such as the Light Rail Transit (LRT), commuter trains, taxis and buses), thus give rise to easy accesses to major business districts in Kuala Lumpur. As it is also nearby to the Bukit Bintang shopping territory, this hotel makes a perfect address for business and leisure travellers in downtown Kuala Lumpur. With reasonable rates, Geo Hotel guarantees their guests with a pleasant and memorable stay.
The Majestic Hotel tucked on a glaring hilltop in front of KL railway station. The roof garden was a special feature, with a dance floor that can accommodate 350 guests at one time. This luxurious hotel features more than 200 lavish rooms and suites. Guests get to choose from a wide range of rooms and suites such as Colonial Suite, Governor Suite and the most prosperous of all, the two Majestic Suites while room categories include Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, Grand Suites and Premier Suites. Located only 1.85 km away from Parlimen Malaysia, Majestic Hotel is also in a close proximity with other major attractions such as Central Market and National Mosque.