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Save up to 30% OFF* hotel rates at The Gardens KL Malaysia

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Be it a work trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or a short weekend staycation, The Gardens – A St Giles Signature Hotel & Residences is the ultimate place for your respite. The cherry on top is that The Gardens is now having a promotion of up till 30% OFF* direct bookings from now till 31 December 2019. Read on to find out how you can score this great deal!

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The Gardens is only a 28-minute ride on KLIA Express Rail from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or 33 minutes from KLIA2 and a short 10-minute drive by car. Located in the district of The Gardens, Mid Valley City, this hotel and residences is perfect for those who are looking for a one-stop shopping and dining experience.

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Linked to The Gardens Mall, it is surrounded by a shopping haven featuring key tenants in the form of Robinsons, Isetan, Premier Golden Screen Cineplex as well as over 200 premium branded boutiques and international offices in The Gardens North & South Towers.

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If shopping is not your thing, The Gardens has a pool that offers an awesome panoramic view of the city as you chill and lounge by the poolside. Otherwise, head to The Spread Restaurant for a lavish buffet lunch or dinner to satisfy the foodie in you! If you’re not up for some buffet, you might want to give the award-winning Sage Restaurant & Wine Bar a try, which provides French cuisine with Japanese influence prepared by master chefs.

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Before you go ahead to book your stay directly at The Gardens, do note that the aforementioned 30% savings* are valid till 31st December 2019, with the following Terms and Conditions (T&Cs):

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  • Up to 30% Off Best Available Room Rates

Valid for stays exclusively at The Gardens Residences, Now – December 31, 2019. This offer is not valid at The Gardens Hotel. Discount value will be shown upon completing your reservation. T&C applies.

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  • Up to 25% Off Best Available Room Rates

Valid for stays exclusively at The Gardens Hotel, Now – December 31, 2019. This offer is not valid for stays at The Gardens Residences. Discount value will be shown upon completing your reservation. T&C applies.

Don’t forget to apply the promo code BestRateStGiles’ at checkout! Meanwhile, subscribe to @T141Deals on Telegram to receive the latest travel deals and promotions in Southeast Asia!

Location: The Gardens – A St Giles Signature Hotel & Residences, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Contact No: +603 2268 1188

Website: stgileshotels.com/hotels/malaysia/kuala-lumpur/the-gardens

 

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Perk For Your Hotel Stay In Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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Famed for its charming streets contrasted with the modern skyline dominated by the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place if you’re looking to take a short trip. Before you go ahead to book your hotel stay, why not consider Le Apple Boutique Hotel KLCC located in the heart of the city? After all, there’s a good deal over at Le Apple Boutique Hotel!

Sleep matters when it comes to holidays. After all, a holiday is a good time to rest and relax. Here’s the deal at Le Apple Boutique Hotel – enjoy a good night’s rest with a cooling mattress at no extra charges. What’s so special about this cooling mattress called H2C Mattress Toppers is that it is said to improve one’s sleep quality. When body temperatures are lowered, you’ll fall asleep much faster. Besides, there are also other perceived health and wellness benefits when using the cooling mattress that’s essentially a waterbed, which helps to rejuvenate the body on the whole.

This is going to be one of your most relaxed holidays ever, for Le Apple Boutique Hotel is has a superb location in the heart of KL and less time is spent on commuting, more on rest and enjoyment. It is just opposite the iconic Petronas Twin Tower, Suria KLCC Shopping Centre, next to Avenue K shopping mall with Finland 40,000 sqft, 2nd indoor Theme Park in South East Asia, KLCC LRT station, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and KL Urban Evening Street dining area.

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The hotel comprises 144 Deluxe and 78 Superior rooms inclusive of Fusion Japanese Buffet Breakfast – value for money! Each of these minimalist rooms are also fitted with LCD flat-screen TV with satellite channels, coffee/tea making facilities, in-room safe box and hairdryer included. The Balinese style en-suite bathroom features a separate shower with five-star hotel quality amenities. Guests can also have free access to Wi-Fi throughout their stay and a 24-hour front desk on site.

Book now to enjoy the experience of sleeping on a cooling mattress at no extra charges, while relaxing your senses! Meanwhile, subscribe to @T141Deals on Telegram to receive the latest travel deals and promotions in Southeast Asia!

Address: 160, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact no.: +60 3-2179 3777

Website: http://leapple-klcc.com.my/
 

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Afternoon Tea Deal at RED by Sirocco Kuala Lumpur

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What better way to take it slow on your holiday than by enjoying a midday afternoon tea session? At just RM35 for two pax, the Classic Afternoon Tea offered by RED by Sirocco Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is one of the most value-for-money afternoon tea deal in town. Delight your senses as you savour on some delicate bites, including freshly baked pastries such as scones, strudels, sandwiches and more.

Located in the heart of Malaysia’s most happening and vibrant city – Kuala Lumpur, RED by Sirocco is tucked within an old yet charming neighbourhood, along the stretch of Heritage Row. This hotel is sure not to be missed, as its façade features a 25-storey high mural, the tallest mural in Malaysia, perfect for Instagram!

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Besides the aroma of freshly baked pastries, your afternoon tea experience at RED by Sirocco is bound to be an unforgettable and relaxing one. What makes the hotel unique would be its signature scent, an English Pear aroma reminiscent of a calming sanctuary that spells tranquillity and will make you feel at home.

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If this is going to be a R&R trip, why not head for a massage in The RUB Bar at RED by Sirocco too? Treat yourself to a much-needed body massage or foot reflexology to feel instantly recharged and rejuvenated. What’s more, The RUB Bar uses all-natural products such as their handmade and chemical-free soap bars so you can definitely relax with ease.

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Treat yourself to a scrumptious hotel afternoon tea deal at RED by Sirocco. Call +603 – 2603 1133 or email reservation@redhotelkl.com to reserve a table. Meanwhile, click here to subscribe to T141 Telegram Channel for first dibs on the latest travel deals in Southeast Asia!

Location: Menara M101 Dang Wangi, No. 3 Jalan Kamunting, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

Contact No.: +603 – 2603 1133

Email: reservation@redhotelkl.com

Website: http://www.redbysirocco.com

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Top Places to Hunt For Durians in Kuala Lumpur

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It’s the favourite season of the year – Durian Season again! (For most) For all durian lovers, which place comes in mind when you think of durians? Come on, SS2 again? Got somewhere near to the city? Certainly! Let us check out the top places that you could hunt for durians in Kuala Lumpur.

City Durian Specialist

Located strategically in the heart of the city, and “The Golden Triangle” of Bukit Bintang, City Durian Specialist is the ideal place for tourist and locals to stop by and ease your lust for durians in Kuala Lumpur.

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To get here, all you need to do is spot on a gigantic Durian sculpture standing in front of the shop. You could also get here by hopping off two train stations nearby.

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Apart from getting some delicious and fragrant durians here, you could get all sorts of durian related snacks here too! Such as Durian Spring Roll, Durian Tarts, etc.

Address: C1-C5, Backspace@Alor, No.15A (R-1-18) Jalan Tong Shin, Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 12.00PM – 12.00AM

 

Chen Brothers Durian & Fruit

Try Google Search “Durians in Kepong” and I can guarantee you that Chen Brothers Durian & Fruits will be on top of the list.

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They have been consistently providing excellent quality durians the past years and was the most sought after stalls for providing durians in Kuala Lumpur. However, it might be a bit of pricey, but hey price reflects the quality you get!

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The varieties of durians included Musang King, D24, D101, Udang Merah, Pokok Tua and lots more. Also, do note that they sell rojak, ice-kacang and refreshing coconut water.

Address: Jalan Mergastua (Durian Street), 52100, Kepong Baru
Operating Hours: 1.00PM – 11.00PM

 

Soon Huat Durian Market

Since 1993, Soon Huat Durian Market has started on their durian business by setting up a row of spacious white tents on the busy road of Jalan Cempaka.

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Nothing beats the feeling of having some appetizing durians on the roadside tents, but what impressed the most is their amazing services. They do provide free mineral water and a proper toilet, which you probably couldn’t find it anywhere else.

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Make sure you try on their most popular durians over here – Musang King, Kaki Buluh and XO. Even our Malaysian Mix Double representative Chan Peng Soon has been here for their durians as well!

Address: Jalan Cempaka 3, Taman Cempaka, 68000 Ampang
Operation Hours: 11.00AM – 11.30PM

 

Le Apple Boutique Hotel @ KLCC

Seriously? A hotel that welcomes the pungent smell of durians?!

You probably never heard of it before, but Le Apple Boutique Hotel KLCC had made it happened. They officially welcome tourists and local to their Musang King Durian Feast by providing accommodations for Stay and Eat-All You Can Durian Feast promotion.

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Besides, they also have two other promotions going on namely, Walk-In Durian Buffet and Durian Take Away, allows you to enjoy delectable durians all within their hotel compound.

Their movement was supported even by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture as it was in line with the Tourism board for promoting Durio-tourism.

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So, don’t waste your time driving a few hours just to get down to a durian orchard in Bentong for the lust of durians. Le Apple Boutique Hotel KLCC get it all covered up for you!

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Note: All prices above are only applicable to the month of July/August 2019 ONLY. (subject to availability)

 

Location: 160, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact: +603 21 793 777
Website: leapple-klcc.com.my

 

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Malaysia Travel Guide: Navigate your way to KL with the city’s transportation network

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city has always been a diverse destination to go to. The towering skyscrapers, numerous natural attractions and colonial architecture that are often featured in Malaysia travel guides are interesting sights to see when visiting this city.
One of the best ways to fully immerse yourself in the local culture of Malaysia or any country in general is to experience their public transportation which is a big part of the local’s daily lives. And with Kuala Lumpur’s efficient transportation network, you’ll get around the city and into top holiday destinations in Malaysia in no time.

Today we present to you nine transportation options to choose from to conveniently explore the city during your Malaysia travel adventure!

KLIA Ekspres Train

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The KLIA Ekspres train equipped with comfortable seats, high-speed WIFI connection, and luggage storage compartments is one of the convenient ways to travel to KL city centre and its two major airports. If you’re coming from the KL Sentral– the city’s one-stop transport hub, you’ll get to KLIA in about 28 minutes.

Route: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) – Kuala Lumpur Airport 2 (KLIA2) – Kuala Lumpur Central Station (KL SENTRAL)
Fare: One-way fare is RM 55; Children below 13years old are free of charge
Operating Hours: 5am – 12:30am

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With a distance of 9km, the KL Monorail covers 11 stations between KL Sentral and Titiwangsa located at the centre of Kuala Lumpur. This intra-city train system provides utmost convenience as it is a well-connected train system network. It operates on a 12-minute interval during non-peak hours and only about 5 minutes on peak hours.

Route: KL Sentral – Tun Sambanthan – Maharajalela – Hang Tuah – Imbi – Bukit Bintang – La Raja Chulan – Bukit Nanas – Medan Tuanku – Chow Kit – Titiwangsa
Fare
: Charges from RM1.20
Operating Hours:
6am – 12am

KL Light Rail Transit (LRT)

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Running two major routes, Ampang LRT line and the Kelana Jaya LRT line is the city’s public rail transport system the Kuala Lumpur LRT. Each of the major routes covers about a 20km distance from within the location points in the city including Klang Valley and Gombak.

Routes: Kelana Jaya – Taman Bahagia – Taman Paramount – Asia Jaya – Taman Jaya – Universiti – Kerinchi – Abdullah Hukum – Bangsar – KL Sentral – Pasar Seni – Masjid Jamek – Dang Wangi – Kampung Baru – KLCC  
Fare:
Starts at RM1.10
Operating Hours:
6am – 1am

Kuala Lumpur MRT

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The KL MRT took six years before it was opened to the public and it was definitely worth the wait. The fully automatic train service can accelerate up to 97 kms per hour at a straight rail and about 70 when it turns on curved rails. Famous Malaysia attractions such as One Utama and The Curve Shopping Mall district are found right across the MRT station, making it very convenient for visitors.

Routes: Click think link
Fare: Starts from RM1.00
Operation Hours: 
6am – 1am

Kuala Lumpur KTM KOMUTER

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Navigate your way to different locations in the city during your Malaysia trip when you ride the KTM Komuter. It started serving the public in 1995 but was revamped in 2016 and continued to provide easy connectivity to places in Kuala Lumpur and the neighbouring places in Klang Valley.

Routes: Click think link

Fare: Charges from RM1.00
Operation Hours: 5:30am – 12am

Kuala Lumpur Intercity Transportation

Featured in our Malaysia travel guide today is Kuala Lumpur Intercity Transportation which doesn’t only service around Malaysia but also in Singapore and Thailand! This intercity passenger train service is operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTM). It’s mostly centred in Kuala Lumpur but it runs two lines in the west and east coastline which includes major cities in neighbouring countries Singapore and Thailand.

Routes: Click this link
Fees: Charges from RM18.00; recommended online booking of tickets/e-mail booking/telephone booking (+60 3 2267 1200)
Operation Hours: 5:30am – 2:00am

Kuala Lumpur ETS Train

Travelling from one holiday destination in Malaysia to another is made easier with the Kuala Lumpur ETS Train. The electric train can go as fast as 140km per hour and is said to belong to the quasi-high speed railway classification, which is similar to Taiwan’s Puyuma Express Train.

Routes: Click this link

Fees: Starting from RM18.00 billing; recommended online booking tickets
Operation Hours: 5:30am – 2:00am

Kuala Lumpur Public Bus

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RapidKL is Malaysia’s biggest single bus network operator which services 177 routes across the city. It was recently revamped and now has four different classes: city shuttles, local shuttles, trunk routes and express routes. There are five major bus hubs which can be found in Kuala Lumpur city centre: KLCC, KL Sentral, Maluri, Pudu Sentral and Titiwangsa.

Fees: Charges from RM0.50; self-made change
Operation time: 6:00am – 11:30pm

Kuala Lumpur Bus Rapid Transit

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To relieve traffic congestion and make better public transportation experience for the locals, Malaysia started the BRT Sunway Line. It covers a total of seven stations and will be using electric buses. This is Malayais’s first high-altitude designed bus in the country and also a breakthrough in Southeast Asia.

Route: Sunway Setia Jaya – PSJ 8/9 – Sunway Lagoon – SunMed – Monash University – South Quay – – USJ 6
Cost: from RM1.60 start billing; on the train own change
Operation time: 6:00am – 12am

Now that you know how to explore Kuala Lumpur, visit Travel141 for Malaysia travel guides to take you to an array of holiday places in Malaysia for your next vacation!

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