Greetings! Are you looking for a comfortable stay and hotels in Bukit Bintang while exploring Kuala Lumpur?
The Bukit Bintang — KLCC stretch from Bukit Bintang to Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) will overwhelm you with choices of abundant fashion, food and entertainment options.
Bukit Bintang is one of the most popular districts among tourists and expats, as it is full of entertainment and things to do, from bars to restaurants to upscale malls.
Moreover, there are many lavish hotels in Bukit Bintang and modern high rises here, most of which have 24/7 security and cameras.
It has an efficient transportation system providing easy access to all the main tourist attractions. Plus, the shopping is amazing, the food delicious, and there’s a wide range of accommodations to choose from.
Many hotels in Bukit Bintang are tastefully designed and are located in close proximity to key attractions in town.
The following are recommended hotels in Bukit Bintang for your kind consideration:
Many hotels in Bukit Bintang are in close proximity to all the points of attractions. These hotels also accommodate professional service and design are of good quality.
Bukit Bintang is a vibrant and bustling district located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is the best places to see in Kuala Lumpur!
It is known for its glitzy shopping malls, colorful murals, mouth-watering street food, and a vibrant nightlife scene.
Bukit Bintang is KL’s shopping and entertainment hub, and it is always buzzing with activity at any time of the day or night.
The area is dotted with shopping malls that cater to every budget, from budget to luxury hotels, and a wide range of accommodations to choose from.
The Bukit Bintang area has long been Kuala Lumpur’s most prominent retail belt that is home to many landmark shopping centres, al-fresco cafés, bars, night markets, food street, mamak stalls as well as hawker-type eateries.
Located within Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, the Bukit Bintang district begins with Bukit Bintang Road, starting at Raja Chulan Road and ending at Pudu Road.
Bukit Bintang is also home to some of the best street foods in Kuala Lumpur.
The area has a wide selection of restaurants and street food stalls that offer mouth-watering delicacies that will leave you craving for more.
Bukit Bintang borders Pudu and Cheras to the south, Petaling Street (Chinatown) to the west, Bukit Nanas to the north, Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) to the northeast as well as Tun Razak Exchange and Maluri district to the east.
Many of the city’s major retail malls are located in this Bukit Bintang area, including Berjaya Times Square, Imbi Plaza, Fahrenheit 88, Low Yat Plaza, Starhill Gallery, Sungei Wang Plaza, Lot 10, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Centre.
Located within walking proximity of Bintang Walk, Jalan Alor is an entire street dedicated to cheap hawker food of mainly local Chinese cuisines.
Jalan Alor is popular among the locals for offering food served in a traditional open-air atmosphere, with chairs and tables dotting the curbs and road-sides.
Bintang Walk refers to the more developed stretch along the main Bukit Bintang Road and Sultan Ismail Road roads, with the intersection of these two roads as its axis.
This Bintang Walk has been transformed over the last five years to become one of the city’s most trendy and busiest shopping clusters.
Located underneath Jalan Bukit Bintang, the entrances of the Bukit Bintang MRT station are located along the iconic intersection of Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail.
It has 5 walkways and entrances that is connected to iconic buildings and malls in the Bukit Bintang locality, including Pavilion KL, Starhill Gallery and Fahrenheit 88 shopping malls.
Staying at the hotels in Bukit Bintang brings you closer to all the key attractions in Bukit Bintang and its surrounding area. Enjoy your stayover!
The Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, award-winning shopping destination with over 700 retail outlets and restaurants, is waiting for your patronage at the Bukit Bintang.
Built-in late 2007, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is targeted at the middle-upper segment of society. It offers a diverse tenant mix which makes it one of the more popular malls in Kuala Lumpur.
When Lot 10 was opened in 1989, it was considered the Harrods-equivalent of Malaysia housing designer outlets like Aigner and Versace.
Nowadays Lot 10 is widely reckoned as a mid-range retail destination as most outlets have shifted due to competition and degradation.
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