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Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang has long been KL's main commercial and entertainment centre, making it the most logical place for most visitors to stay. The area now has both the widest range, and largest amount, of accommodation in the city.

Tengkat Tong Shin

Tengkat Tong Shin and the roads off it, such as Jalan Sahabat and Jalan Rembia, has in a few short years become KL's leading hub for independent travellers. It is also superbly based for much of the city's best food, nightlife and shopping.


Chinatown is KL's oldest area, the place where the city grew from a frontier trading post, to a proper settlement. It has a huge amount of accommodation, mostly at the budget end of the market, but with a sprinkling of beter quality places.

Little India

Little India has nowhere near the range of decent accommodation offered by neighbouring Chinatown. But the area does have a handful of good options, and is convenient for both sightseeing and public transport.


Brickfields is one of KL's oldest and most characterful neighbourhoods, located next to the city's busiest transport hub, KL Sentral. A burst of great new affordable hotels over recent years, has transformed the area's once seedy accommodation scene.


Pudu once had a rather bad reputation, but this has improved markedly over recent years. A cluster of decent options, to the rear of Berjaya Times Square, makes for a decent accommodation alternative to neighbouring Bukit Bintang.


This is undoubtedly one of the most convenient areas to stay in the city, but while it has numerous accommodation options, they are all at the high end of the market.

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