Posted on 16 December 2015.
Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur is offering two packages specially created for the festive season. Celebrate the New Year in style with family, friends and corporate clients in the function rooms and Ballroom of the hotel.
Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
The Festive Celebration Package, available until 31 December 2015, offers a selection of buffet menus from RM180++ per person onwards. There will be complimentary pre-function drinks with tidbits such as gingerbread, roasted chestnuts and candy canes for Christmas, and canapes for New Year. Complimentary mocktails will be served throughout dinner. Read the full story
Posted in Hotel News, Asia, Malaysia
Posted on 14 May 2013.
With winter practically on half the world’s doorsteps, many people are opting for vacationing in some warmer and more exotic places, even the Kardashians just went to Greece for a “family vakay”. So what are some of the best places to travel to over the next few months and why?
Kuala Lumpur – The Malaysian capital may not be China and Japan but it boasts an area where the sun is warm, the locals are friendly and the country itself is completely multicultural. It’s a country that has shown its determination in building its country and can now say that it is one of the best travel destinations in the world. Besides the views and surroundings which astound, enrapture and please the visitor to the country, and shopping options which rival any other country. Read the full story
Posted in Asia, Malaysia
Posted on 13 April 2011.
If you are a resident of Kuala Lumpur and are asked where the historical attractions are, what would you say?
And if you have watched the popular reality series, The Amazing Race Asia, did you recognize the places in KL that the show featured?
Many KL residents admit that they have never taken a photo of the Petronas Twin Towers, even though they often see tourists do so. Those walking or running around with their cameras under the hot KL sun are usually foreign tourists who are enamored by the beauty of Malaysia’s capital city.
For the city’s residents, KL is where they work, shop, and eat. Rarely do we find a group of KL residents strolling around the city just enjoying the sights, let alone capturing images of its attractions. The few odd residents that we see doing so are usually taking time out to spend with their children or relatives.
Therefore, when a 400-strong crowd, mostly KL residents, was given the challenge to track down the location of the 1Malaysia heritage sites across a 15-kilometer-long path, many were a little “lost”. Read the full story
Posted in Asia, Malaysia