Posted on Sep 15th, 2017
If you’re itching for a shopping fix while in Kuala Lumpur, then there should only be one name on your mind: Pavilion!
Pavilion KL is a mall with eight different shopping precincts, located in Bukit Bintang. The 7-level complex has more than 450 stores, from international fashion brands to gourmet selections! The vast array of choices it offers has made Pavilion Shopping Mall into one of the most famous spots for both tourists and locals.
From Fashion to Furniture: a Shopping Paradise
Are you looking for a Rolex watch or Prada heels? How about a Lacoste or an Esprit? Big-name brands converge in the premises of Pavilion! One of its sections, the Couture Pavilion, serves as the go-to place for all the fashionistas of KL. Another, Fashion Avenue, hosts several shops that cater to trendy clothing finds.
Of course, the mall doesn’t exist solely for fashion. One of the most famous stores in Pavilion is the Times Bookstore, where you can find your next great read. There are also different art stores that go hand-in-hand with art exhibitions that are open to the public. The upper floors house the furniture stores, which would make any home as fashionable as its occupants.
Mercato, a huge supermarket brand, has also opened its doors on the first floor. You can do all your grocery shopping here! Want to get dolled up? Go to the Beauty Hall, where several spas and salons are lined up.
Food Options to Refill Energy while Shopping
Of course, there are various food-stops for those who need to fill up while shopping. The Food Republic food court is located on the first floor, and the Dining Loft is on the seventh. There’s also an al-fresco option at Connection, where the Golden Screen Cinemas are also located! Convenience is a priority in this shopping mall, and should you ever need assistance you can ring up the Pavilion contact number (+60 3-2118 8833) to get help.
Pavilion KL Address
Pavilion address: 168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
All Roads Lead to Pavilion
You can’t miss the Pavilion Architecture with its iconic post-modern look. You can pretty much walk to it from any hotel in Bukit Bintang!
But we’re all for convenience, and the best route is to take the free shuttle that runs between Sunway Putra Hotels and Pavilion every 11:30 AM, 4 PM, 7 PM, and 9:30 PM! So you can shop till you drop and go back to one of KL’s best hotels with ease. Contact Sunway Putra Hotels to book a room and make your KL shopping experience your best one yet!
Posted on Aug 10th, 2017
Your visit to the gleaming metropolis that is Kuala Lumpur would not be complete without visiting its historical landmarks. One striking landmark that you simply can't miss is the Petronas Twin Towers.
Built from 1993 to 1998, the twin towers serve as the symbol of Malaysia as an Asian Tiger. Petronas Kuala Lumpur not only symbolizes Malaysia but the towers have also become a historically filled landmark of the country.
Here are some of Petronas Tower facts you need to know before your visit, and that will forever be included in the history books:
The Beginning of the Petronas Towers
When Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad ordered the construction of Petronas Twin Towers, he just “wanted a building that would be identifiably Malaysian, that was of world class standard and which Malaysians could be proud of.” Petronas Towers Malaysia opened August 28, 1999, during Malaysia’s celebration of its National Day.
The World’s Tallest Building
With Petronas Tower heights of 1,483 feet or 452 meters, Petronas Tower was declared as the Tallest in the World by the Council on Tall Buildings dated April 15, 1996, surpassing the Chicago’s Sears Tower until 2003.
The Tallest Pair in the World
With 88-storey, the Petronas Towers has been recorded as the tallest pair in the world until now.
Shortest Construction Time
Forecasted to be finished after eight years of continuous work, the construction has been completed after six years of working 24 hours daily. Each floor was finished after four days and consists of 14,000 to 22,000 square feet of column-free office space per floor.
The World’s Highest Skybridge
Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge is a walkway between the two towers located the 41st and 42nd floors. With its height of two stories, the Skybridge was declared as the highest in the world.
You surely learned some facts about Malaysia today and would be very excited now to visit Petronas Twin Towers. To make your adventure in Kuala Lumpur more amazing, let us be a part of it!
Our top priority is your comfort and satisfaction, and we'll be delighted to have you with us. We also can give you information about doing a visit to the Petronas Towers and help you book your ticket. Reserve a room now or contact us if you have any question!
Posted on Aug 9th, 2017
Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur is a street in the heart of Kuala Lumpur that comes alive at night with street performers, restaurants, shopping malls and droves of tourists who come in to revel in the excitement of the city.
Bukit Bintang food comes from all over the globe, offering a wide variety of local and international cuisine prepared in a way that will make your taste buds tingle. Here are some of the foods here you just have to try out, and where to eat them:
Jalan Alor Hawker Stalls
From chinese stir fries to barbequed chicken wings and satay, Jalan Alor has some of the best and tastiest meals lined up along the five-foot ways. You can order as many dishes as you want from a single store and can go from stall to stall throughout the evening.
Located on a strip of bars and night clubs at Changkat Bukit Bintang, El Cerdo specializes in pork dishes, and the must try here is their signature German crispy knuckle served with a side of creamy potato dumplings, sauerkraut, and mustard beer sauce.
Lot 10 Hutong
In the basement of the Lot 10 shopping mall is a food court with some of the best Chinese dishes from all over Asia. Penang Char Kuey Teow, Dim Sum, fried Hokkien Mee, Wan Tan Noodles and roasted duck are just some of the things you'll find here.
Dining in the Dark
One of the unique dining experiences in the world is Dining in the Dark at Changkat Bukit Bintang. Here, you'll be served your meal in complete darkness, so that you can savour your meal with the sense of touch, smell and taste.
Set in Jalan Changkat Kia Peng, this premier French restaurant specializes in Southern French cuisine and the must try here is the roasted lamb loin with Dijon mustard, bread crumbs, and parsley as well the ravioli stuffed creamy lobster and spinach.
Find some of the best artisans brewed coffee here at FEEKA in Jalan Galloway, which is also a great place to have breakfast with plenty of cakes, pastries and their signature big breakfast on offer. Also, a great place to go after your own Bukit Bintang shopping spree.
Bukit Bintang Malaysia has plenty to offer in terms of gastronomic delights, and all it takes is a curious eye and a sense of adventure. Don't be afraid to explore nooks and crannies for good meals that will surprise you. Make sure you get a Bukit Bintang map to find your way around all these places.
To complete your delicious food adventure in Bukit Bintang, let us welcome you as our guest in our beautiful hotel. Situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's commercial district, you'll find easy access to go to your travel itinerary spots. Give us a call if you'd like to have any assistance during your stay in KL. Or, simply book a room on our website