ibis Styles has arrived in Kuala Lumpur, and to celebrate they are offering 888 rooms for free!
Offer valid for stays from 22/10/2012 to 28/02/2013.
Watch out for these hours daily: 10.00am, 1.00pm & 4.00pm (GMT+8) to grab 888 Free Rooms
Best Inclusive Offer Room + Breakfast + Wifi from MYR88.00++ also available within the ibis Styles Hour, should you miss out on the free rooms.
Booking starts 10 October 2012 till 8 November 2012. Terms & Conditions apply.
Free room notes:
Free rooms are available only within the Ibis Styles Hour 3 times daily except Saturday & Sunday.
Availability of free rooms is based on room allotment per hour and is on a first come first serve basis.
Free rooms are valid for a maximum 1 night stay, non-consecutive stay.
Free rooms may appear as MYR1.00 but no charge will be made. This is due to technical requirement of Accor booking engine .
KL Tower and monorail, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia.
Travel Photos: Kuala Lumpur Photo Gallery
The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is the gem of South East Asia. A dynamic multicultural city with a sprawling skyline of temples and skyscrapers, this is an eye opening destination with a prolific history.
If you’re considering travelling to Malaysia make sure you get cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur so you can spend the extra cash on more souvenirs and experiences. As always with flights, it’s important to pick and choose, but the average return from the UK will clock in at between £550 and £850. Make sure that you shop around instead of throwing money away that could be better spent making it your perfect vacation.
The Petronas Towers, affectionately bearing the moniker twin jewels of Malaysia, are worth a visit and boasted the impressive title of tallest towers in the world until 2004 when The Taipei 101 Building in Taiwan outgrew them. The towers are thought to represent the cities progress and ambition and are highly regarded by the cities inhabitants. The Menara KL tower is another building that will steal your heart, with breath-taking views of the city. It also has the added luxury of a revolving restaurant and this is the place to kill two birds with one stone by satisfyingboth your appetite for food and landscape.
Shopping till you drop is a popular pursuit in the golden triangle: a wealthy district of shops, restaurants and hotels. The Chow Kit, or wet market, is a more intimate experience as well as a great place to pick up a few bits and bobs. The night market at Pasar Malam on Petaling Street is also worth a stop and Chinatown and little India are both fastpaced dynamic communities worth a visit for any budding shopper. Hutong Food Court is the place to stock up on tasty supplies and ‘Yut Kee’- a traditional coffee shop a great place to make you feel replenished.
If you want to delve into the Art scene then the Annexe Gallery tends to house the city’s most vibrant exhibits. No Black Tie is a great intimate music venue if you’re looking to chill out to a good tune and Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre is the place to watch a production of theatre is your thing.
Take a break from the city by frequenting the peaceful island of Penang. Or explore the Lima caves as well as taking in the important temple, landmarks and monuments scattered around. Religion is a vital element of this culture and another temple worth a visit is the Sri Maha Sakthi Mohambigai Amman Temple or the Thean Hou Temple perched at the top of Robson Heights, one of the oldest temples in the area.
If you want to experience nature then The Orchid and Hibiscus Gardens are the perfect place to soak up the peace and quiet, housing hundreds of varieties of flowers, this place has a rose tinted view of life. If you love nature than the Cameron Highlands are a great place to check out. Stroll through the rose gardens and tea plantationsor go on a quick hike, making sure you absorb the tranquillity and take a big gulp of clean air. En route the Orang Asli, the Malaysian Aboriginals provide a truly original experience if you don’t mind venturing off the beaten track.
Location: Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia
Photo: The Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The clock tower of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Travel Photo Gallery: Kuala Lumpur Photo Gallery
AirAsia are giving out FREE SEATS (plus taxes) on AAX flights.
Book from 9 – 10 Jun 2010 or until seats sold out
Travel from 11 Oct – 14 Nov 2010
Fly to Kuala Lumpur from:
Gold Coast – AUD 56
Perth – AUD 72
Melbourne – AUD 73
Convenience Fee is applicable for payments via credit, debit or charge card. Other Terms and conditions apply.
The 5-star Gardens Hotel & Residences is the pinnacle of luxurious living, centrally located in the precinct of The Gardens, Mid Valley City which comprises of The Gardens Mall; an upmarket shopping haven.
Gardens Hotel & Residences – Kuala Lumpur
Travel Directory:Gardens Hotel & Residences
Cititel Mid Valley Hotel Kuala Lumpur is located by the Mid Valley Megamall and the premier Gardens Mall. It provides easy access to major business districts in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and nearby tourist attractions.
Cititel Mid Valley Hotel – Kuala Lumpur
Travel Directory: Cititel Mid Valley
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