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Kuala Lumpur - What to Know

Welcome to the City Jungle that is W Kuala Lumpur

The leading city escape in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Centre with superb iconic views. Through bold, innovative design, W Kuala Lumpur immerses guests in the city’s wildly lush greenery, globally renowned cuisine, centuries-old history and growing appetite for playful luxury.

Talk Like a Local.


A casual term used to invite someone, but with gusto.

“Jom, let’s go!”


Kuala Lumpur International Airport


Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mandarin, Tamil and other dialects



What to Do

A towering golden statue of Lord Murugan stands majestically in front of a vibrant, multi-colored staircase leading to the Batu Caves. The statue is intricately detailed, and the lush, rocky backdrop of the caves adds to the grandeur of the scene.


Once home to Chinese settlers in the past, this long-abandoned laneway has been revived into a street art masterpiece. A mere five minutes away from the Pasar Seni MRT Station, you can relive the bygone era with six beautiful murals depicting 1960s Chinatown at ‘Kwai Chai Hong’. Kwai Chai Hong is the Cantonese transliteration of the three characters 兲Ԋᐭ which means ‘Little Ghost Lane‘ or ‘Little Demon Alley’.


The epicentre of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is the always-bustling Petaling Street, a long undercover market full of locals and tourists. Well known for its imitation goods and its culturally diverse culinary options.

Petronas Twin Towers

Marvel at the double-decked skylines, shopping malls, and more. Come and capture with your own eyes the magnificence of Malaysia’s PETRONAS Twin Towers, the world’s tallest twin structures.


Brickfields @ Little India is situated within Kuala Lumpur. The area is the biggest Little India in Malaysia, and the neighbourhood’s main street, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, is full of the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of India. Shops selling aromatic spices sit next to those blasting the latest Bollywood hits. Traditional clothes such as saris along with jewellery, flowers, henna tattoos along with the South Indian’s favourite Banana Leaf restaurants.

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