Heritage Station Hotel

Address: Bangunan Stesen Keretapi, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50050, Malaysia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bangunan Stesen Keretapi, Kuala Lumpur, is near National Zoo, Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, National Science Center, and National Art Gallery.
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      Batu for you?

      A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Sep 06, 2014

      7 photos

      ... br> Now, one of the reviews I read was that officially knees should be covered when climbing the steps and entering the caves but this wasn't enforced. This is not true. I was wearing a skirt cut above the knee and was told I must cover up. There's no need to panic however as for a small fee of 5RM (1) you can rent a sarong and on returning it you get 2RM back as a deposit.

      There is an impressive 140ft gold ...

      Goodbye Asia-the best of the best.

      A travel blog entry by inesoca on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... than Thailand, so WTF Malaysia??! -Going to get my phone back on my own. I had left in Nara (40km from Kyoto) and had to go on my own facing the incoming tropical typhoon that was arriving, plus hundreds of deers that had bitten my ass the previous day. Well the deers not so much a problem, but I'm really not good with directions. And it was stormy. -Tropical storm in Kyoto. It was more the anticipation of what it could be than what it actually was. -Our bed in Kyoto- ...

      A rising metropolis

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jun 01, 2014

      17 photos

      ... temples, old tea houses, Chinatown and beautiful parks for the people to enjoy. Anything you want you can get here. A traditional Malay meal for two for under $5 or a Louis Vutton purse (the real thing) for thousands.

      Like many other Malaysian cities Kuala Lumpar's streets are defined by their local residents. I make my way through Chinatown visiting local clan houses carved with ...

      Rain, rain and sunshine

      A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Apr 10, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... time to arrive...I wanted to go to Chinatown because I was told that the cheaper backpackers hostels are in that area. But didn't know how to get there and it was too early for the busses. I met a couple that was really helpful and we shared a taxi. Once in Chinatown, I still didn't really know where to go, so started walking around in the empty streets of KL, and in a dark side street I found a hostel that seemed ok for me. I first took a nap since it was still really ...

      The heat and the towers

      A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Mar 22, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the most famous landmarks in the country. Even when we could actually see them in front of us he was still asking where we wanted to be dropped off. At the big entrance with the words welcome to the Batu Caves written in big letters I tried to say in an unpatronising way. The huge golden Buddha figure at the foot of 276 steps was very impressive. I have been to Egypt and seen the colossal statues there but this figure was impressive. The ...