Holiday Villa Apartment Suites

Address: 225, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50450, Malaysia | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Villa Apartment Suites Kuala Lumpur

Reviewed by triumphnut

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Reviewed Nov 22, 1997
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

was good for 3 months!! food , bed entertainment all suited my needs

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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Villa Apartment Suites Kuala Lumpur

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

Two days in Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Mar 26, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... just needed a few unhealthy meals! It's fair to say that Kuala Lumpur is the opposite to the previous place we visited: Phi Phi island. There wasn't even a road on Phi Phi whereas Kuala Lumpur is as busy as London and with skyscrapers everywhere you look. This morning, both feeling better, we will be heading south to the birthplace of my Dad: Malacca. The journey on a local bus will only take about two and a half hours. Just down the road for us! We were planning on going straight ...

KL Left - Asia-Pacific Comment

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Mar 08, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... s support. Ahok will soon be dead. In Indonesia corruption has been the way business has been done for years, fattening the bank accounts of bureaucrats and legislators as well as the political parties. Ahok is the city's first ethnic Chinese and non-Muslim governor in 50 years. There are YouTube videos where you can see the city council hurling racist abuse at Ahok for daring to question the corrupt budget legislation they are currently trying to push through. Will ...

A short stay in KL

A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Feb 16, 2015


... walk towards the city proper. Once outside the bird park, the whole area is landscaped, and there are many new Islamic buildings; some tall towers, but nowhere like the very centre, dominated by the Petronas Towers. KL is not a city for walking. Very wide multi-lane roads, with few opportunities to cross, mean that even if you can see where you want to be, it ain't necessarily easy to get there. We persevered, eventually finding the pink bus (the free shuttle, ...

Kuala Lumpur 6/7/8th December 2014

A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Dec 08, 2014

5 photos

... meeting point was outside the art gallery in the city - primarily has Vicky had seen an I<3KL sign outside we could get pictures in front. The gallery itself had a model building exhibition on but as the tickets were redeemable in the cafe/gift shop we headed in to check it out. It was actually a 40ft by 55ft scale model of Kuala Lumpur which was pretty impressive! There was also a show that went with it which gave information about KL and its ongoing projects, ...


A travel blog entry by anna-mike on Oct 22, 2014

27 photos

... that have a really good community spirit. It's a real multi cultural city with influences from India, China, Indonesia and Thailand. Walking around you'll pass Muslim mosques, Hindu temples, Buddhist Temples and Catholic churches. First stop as soon as we'd checked into our hotel in Chinatown was the closest hawker centre (hawker centres are basically halls where street food vendor stalls all gather to sell there wares and are usually dirt cheap and ...