Kuala Lumpur Holidays

9 Best KL Hotels Reviewed with Pictures

One of the most important aspects of a visit to Kuala Lumpur is experiencing the city’s culture. You need a good hotel where you can stay. Choosing a good hotel can be challenging especially, if you are visiting the city for the first time. Here are 9 best KL hotels.

Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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This is a beautifully laid out hotel with comfortable and spacious rooms. The hotel is close to a train station and shopping centre. The food is also wonderful with room service breakfast every morning. The Horizon club is great with staff that is always ready to listen to you.

Villa Samadhi-By Samadhi

This hotel is a small oasis of tranquility in the middle of the city. Its architecture creates a sense of comfort and refreshment. There are dedicated staff that are always ready to serve you. The entire hotel is always clean and spotless. It is highly recommended for couples who love enjoying their time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

ParkRoyal Serviced Suites

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This hotel has spacious, clean and beautiful rooms. The beds are also comfortable. You can enjoy a clean and neat bathroom in this hotel. There is one gym and two pools. The hotel is located a walking distance to Bukit Bintang. The services apartments is something you can look forward to. There is a kitchen where you can prepare your meals. The kitchen is kitted with double sink, fridge freezer, hob, plates, cutlery and glassware.

Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

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This is a great place to stay when on holidays. The breakfast is perfect with a wide variety to choose from. Staff is very friendly and professional. It is located a walking distance to twin towers and major shopping centre. There is also a shuttle service to help you move around the city.

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Manadarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur

This is a good looking hotel with a beautifully crafted entrance, elevator and a room. The staff in this hotel is very hotel, welcoming and helpful. The shop is centrally located beside a big shopping centre. The rooms are clean and very clean.

Grand Hayatt Kuala Lumpur

This hotel is in a convenient location with a wide range of services. Free Wifi is one of the amenities you should expect from this hotel. The breakfast buffet is always delicious and fairly large. The rooms come with a spotless marble bath, a luggage room and a separate dressing.

Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

This hotel is located close to several attractions in Kuala Lumpur. The rooms are nice and comfortable. They are fitted with air-conditioners to make your living comfortable. You will be greeted with friendly staff that is always ready to listen to you. There is a free mini bar and other facilities that you will love.

JW Marriot Hotel

This hotel is centrally located with a mall to make your shopping experience better. The hotel is right in front of the Pavilion Mall. It has clean rooms with all the necessary amenities. There is also a very good gym club in the hotel.

Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel

The hotel is located within walking distance of the Petronas. Food in the restaurant and the room service is great. They have highly talented staffs that pay attention to detail.

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Malaysian Holidays: Eid Al-Fitr Hari Raya Puasa (End of Ramadan)

The Eid Al-Fitr Hari Raya Puasa is one of the major Muslim Malaysian holidays which are highly revered by Muslims and non-Muslims alike. The Eid Al-Fitr Hari Raya Puasa, commemorated by the Muslims, implies the conclusion of the fasting season of Ramadan. The festive celebration is marked by the detection of the new moon. This is the most momentous festival for the Muslims. Muslims starts the day by assembling in the mosques early in the daybreak to execute Hari Raya Puasa prayers. Then, they visit the tombs of the dead.

This festival is hailed with much delight. The young will ask for pardon from their seniors and everybody will put on firsthand attires. Open house and invitations (relatives and friends) to visit their house are practiced. An abundance of traditional Malay foods are served during this period. Houses are meticulously prepared and ornamented with the illumination of oil lamps to welcome the seraphs which is thought to visit the earth during the seven days of commemoration. The festivity lasts for a month in which the festivities are focused in the first three days.

Muslims all over Malaysia commemorate Hari Raya Aidilfitri after the month of Ramadan, the Muslim month of abstaining and asceticism.

This celebration is very symbolic as it shows the triumph of the Muslims who have undertaken a month-long fasting. Fasting for a long period of time shows their self-discipline and asceticism. Abstaining in the month of Ramadan, a mandatory practice, is one of the five stakes of Islam.

The celebration formally begins after the detection of the crescent in the late nightfall of the last day of Ramadan. After the month of Ramadan, two delicacies are usually served. The two delicacies that could be savored during Hari Raya Aidilfitri are ketupat and lemang, both of which are served with rendang.

Lombok – Surf, Sand and Space by David Tann

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Bali’s little sister island Lombok has all the innocence of untouched beauty, with a little more shine and a whole lot less traffic than its big sister island.

In fact, traveling through its streets will literally take you back to the days of the traditional horse and carriage, which are commonplace in Lombok. I couldn’t wait to discover this road less traveled. Calling Lombok paradise does not mean it is all things for all people. With a few exceptions, the natural landscape and the traditional way of life have remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Virtually all small to medium size businesses are run by local families. Many of these businesses sell a wide variety of merchandise, where villagers can find food, hardware, and toys all in a single small store. While it is possible to find five-star hotels run by global corporations this is the exception not the rule.

Before departing for Lombok, I had prepared a long list of things to do(below). This may seem like a simple plan, though sometimes that’s all you’re really after when looking for the perfect holiday escape.


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