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24 Apr-25 Apr
Loved this place.. great location and friendly helpful staff...hotel was very quiet we felt we were the only ones there. Tourism has been impacted by Covid 19. Pool was nice and huge gym. Breakfast was nice but our last day it was moved to the horizon club as I guess it’s saves money? Nicest Shangri-La ...
15 Apr-16 Apr
Very clean property and comfortable beds! Nice gym area as well. Appreciate the complimentary bottles of water and will be back next time
4 Apr-5 Apr
Our room was warm . The maintenance tried to solve but still was not ok. However the hotel was very generous to offer another room. However we hv unpacked and decided not to move . Awesome recovery by the hotel
15 Apr-16 Apr
Very spacious, clean and on the beach. The hotel is old style but it feels good.Sadly were there as the Covid19 took hold and our holiday was cut short.We felt that with some things the hotel acted poorly.. The day we checked was 1 day before the close down and we think they should have told us. ...
15 Apr-16 Apr
Excellent and very professional service. Clean room. Originally was given a room with a very poor view facing the roof of the shopping centre at low floors. The staff was kind to change our rooms to higher floors at level 14 which we could have a glimpse of the Georgetown coastal sea. Really grateful ...
The Southeast Asian nation of Malaysia contains different cultures within its two major land masses located at opposite ends of the South China Sea. Most Malaysians live in the half of the country called West or Peninsular Malaysia, while the less crowded East Malaysia boasts many of the country's unspoiled rainforests, wildest jungles, and beautiful beaches. It takes about 2.5 hours to fly the 1,854 km from Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's modern capital. The 22-hour train trip from Bangkok's Hua Lamphong station to Padang Besar, a border community, is longer, cheaper, and more scenic.Don’t Miss
Most of Kuala Lumpur’s attractions can be found in the Old City Centre or the contemporary Golden Triangle. The planet's tallest flagpole stands in the centre of Kuala Lumpur’s Merdeka Square. The Golden Triangle's two tallest skyscrapers, the twin Petronas Towers, also stand higher than any other twin towers on Earth. Malaysia's rural regions contain a few record setting landmarks of their own like Southeast Asia's longest cave system in Gunung Mulu National Park as well as one of the tallest mountains in Southeast Asia, Mount Kinabalu. Langkawi, Redang, and the Perhentian Islands are Malaysia's best known beach resorts.
Malaysia's attractions range from modern cities like the capital, Kuala Lumpur, to some of Southeast Asia's secluded beaches, mountains, jungles, and rainforests. One thing which remains constant throughout Malaysia at all times of the year, however, is a consistently hot and humid tropical climate. Only the monsoon season changes in different parts of the country. Eastern Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo's rainiest months last from October to February. Western Peninsular Malaysia visitors, on the other hand, are likely to get wet in April, May, October, or November. Most tourists come to Malaysia in June, July, and the last week of December.Restaurants and Bars
Indian, Malay, and Chinese are Malaysia's three most dominant cuisines on the country's restaurant menus. Peranakan is another popular type of cuisine combining Chinese and Malay influences. These tasty treats are served at many restaurants in Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle. Must-try Malaysian dishes include nasi kandar (rice served with curry) and nasi briyani (rice with meat, vegetables and spices). Kuih dadar (coconut stuffed pancake) is one of Malaysia’s signature desserts. Bangsar and Bukit Bintang are Kuala Lumpur's main nightlife hot spots.Activities
Water plays an important part in many Malaysian festivals like the June Melaka River Fiesta and the April Malaysia Water Festival which takes place in Labuan. Hindu holidays such as Diwali and the Thaipusam festival are celebrated alongside Chinese New Year in this multicultural country. Malaysia's scuba diving season lasts from April to September. The dive site of Sipadan in Borneo is considered one of the world's most outstanding scuba diving locations. Tourists wanting to learn more about Malaysia's colonial pasts can explore George Town, Penang's multicultural food and cultural capital which the British first established in 1786.Shopping
Kuala Lumpur is the country's shopping capital and many of its over 60 shopping centres can be found in the Midvalley and Bukit Bintang areas. Good places to stock up on batik clothing, wooden goods, and other Malaysian souvenirs outside of Kuala Lumpur include the Kuching Waterfront bazaar in Sarawak as well as shopping malls and street markets in Malacca.