WITHIN THE HOTEL
Sunway Putra Hotel’s fitness centre has a state-of-the-art selection of equipments for strength training, cardiovascular workouts and body building.
Operation Hours :
Fitness Centre : 24 Hours
Take a leisure dip in the outdoor swimming pool or sunbathe by the pool deck. Located at the Fitness Centre, the 25-metres long swimming pool is accompanied by a kid's pool and a Hot Tub Jacuzzi. Food and beverage services are also available at the poolside.
Operation Hours :
Swimming Pool : 6:00 am – 10:00 pm
WITHIN THE CITY (VISIT OUR BLOG FOR TRAVEL TIPS)
Sunway Putra Mall
The all new Sunway Putra Mall is positioned as an urban-chic lifestyle shopping mall and will unite an exciting blend of tenancy mix with its 8 levels of retail podiums and 5 Unique Precincts. Vanity Hall, Marketplace, Selera Street & Asian Avenue as it resurfaces as the preferred shopping destination for all.
The focus for the city’s artistic community, Central Market is a Kuala Lumpur cultural landmark and is just a short walk away from Petaling Street. Also called Pasar Seni, it was built in 1928. It was revamped into a handicrafts outlet in similar vein to New Yorks SoHo flea market.
Petronas Towers (KLCC)
Anchoring the sprawling Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. Haled as the Twin Jewels of Kuala Lumpur, a visit to Kuala Lumpur is just not complete unless you have visited this structure.
On the concourse level of the KL Convention Centre, the 464,515sqm Aquaria KLCC is home for more than 150 species of marine life.
Standing atop the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve the 421 meter high KL Tower is the world’s fifth tallest structure. The viewing deck is at least 100 meters higher than the Petronas Tower’s Skybridge.
11km north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves is a 400-year old limestone hill (with a 100-year old temple incorporated within it), best known as the focal point of the annual Hindu Festival of Thaipusam.
KL Bird Park
A wonder world of birds and a tropical paradise not to be missed by all.Located in the serene and scenic famous Lake Gardens, the KL Bird park is also well known as "World's Largest Free-flight Walk-in Aviary", offers a 20.9 acres of verdant valley terrain to be explored.
Breakout Real Escape Game
If you’ve played games that require you to find ways to escape from a trapped room, imagine this: instead of controlling the character in the screen, now you are the one trapped and have to find ways to break yourself out. Breakout Real Escape Game provides a platform for just that, with each room providing a different theme and storyline to make the games interesting. Currently, there are two outlets in the country, both situated in malls within Kuala Lumpur: Nu Sentral and Avenue K.
Pavilion Shopping Mall, Kuala Lumpur
Pavilion Shopping Mall is located in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur and despite having many other malls nearby, it managed to differentiate itself. There are wide selections of brands to choose from for shopping, as well as many variations of food offered. The decorations put out during festive seasons are anything but modest, and many visitors of the mall cannot resist taking picture of it.
What sets Publika apart from other malls in Kuala Lumpur is the design of the building, which emphasises on having a modern and creative look. There are plenty of restaurants in here, mostly Western, to choose from, and some of the stores around here are one of a kind.
Midvalley Megamall & The Gardens Mall
The Midvalley Megamall is one of the more popular malls among people living in the city of Kuala Lumpur. It has a wide range of brands to shop for, as well as a huge variety of food that people can choose from. Other than that, it is also connected to The Gardens Mall via a covered bridge or an underground corridor. Visitors of the malls usually shop between the two malls alternately.
Perdana Botanical Garden
over to Perdana Botanical Garden to get in touch with nature without leaving
the city of Kuala Lumpur. Within the garden itself, there are several parks for
visits, such as the Bird Park and Orchid Park. There’s a large lake in the
middle of thepark, and rowing boats are available for rent. Attractions such as
National Monument, Planetarium and Islamic Museum are also situated within the
Perdana Botanical Garden.
Mosque in Kuala Lumpur provides its visitor a spectacular view on its architecture.
Visitors have to dress appropriately to enter the mosque, and robes and
headscarves will be provided to the visitors before granting them access.
Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac)
For those who are enthusiastic about performing arts, this is definitely a place in the city that’s worth visiting. This centre has been hosting many performances ever since it was built, mostly self-organised. However, the facilities are available for rent as well, so there are usually plenty of performances being hosted, so visitors who are interested should check for the upcoming performances and the availability beforehand.
Petaling Street is where people like to go when trying to look for a good bargain. You can head over there to test out your bargaining skills, as it is important in order to get the best deal possible. A wide range of items are available for sales here, and there are many street food stalls as well, so visitors can not only enjoy shopping, but also the delicacies available.
Little India (Brickfields)
Brickfields, also called Little India, is a spot in the city of Kuala Lumpur where there are many stores and restaurants that are opened by the Indians in Malaysia. Many traditional and authentic Indian goods and foods can be found here, and it is extremely easy to get here as it is only a short walk from KL Sentral, the main intercity railway station.
The literal translation of Istana Budaya is The Palace of Culture, and it is the National Theatre of Malaysia. The construction of this place was inspired by certain elements in the traditional Malay culture, therefore the architecture is certainly admirable. Performances are regularly being hosted here, so tourists should check for the availability and dates of the performances beforehand. If watching performances isn’t your cup of tea, you could always head over to admire the architecture instead.
Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur provides plenty options as there are a wide range of activities available here. From shopping malls to restaurant to nightclubs, this area has it all! It is easy to reach from one point to the other because of the public transportation and the close proximity between different spots.
Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur is almost always busy. There are rows filled with
restaurants in the area and is an ideal spot for people who would like to
simply have a nice meal and hang out with their friends and families. Apart
from those rows of stores, there is also a shopping mall, Bangsar Village, in
the area that provides more alternatives as well.