The InterContinental hotel is set in the heart of Malaysia. This Kuala Lumpur hotel is situated among shopping centres, popular tourist attractions and entertainment venues. The newly renovated hotel boasts award winning restaurants, luxurious accommodation and a selection of leisure facilities.
As youd expect from a five star Kuala Lumpur hotel the facilities at the Intercontinental hotel are excellent. Enjoy delicious cuisines at the award winning Japanese restaurant, relax in the luxury spa, maintain fitness at the state of the art gymnasium or take a swim in the outdoor pool.
Food, drink & entertainment
Dine at one of the hotels restaurants choose from a multiple of dishes including Chinese, Japanese, European and English cuisines. Taste delicious Japanese dishes at the award winning Tatsu restaurant which also offers a sushi bar, Chinese at the Toh Lee restaurant or traditional English style pub food at the hotels pub. Relax and unwind in the onesixfive lounge with refreshments and cocktails after a busy day exploring Kuala Lumpur.
Sport, games & activities
The Intercontinental hotel offers a range of facilities including a health and fitness centre with a fully equipped gymnasium, a luxury spa with a variety of therapeutic treatments, outdoor swimming and live entertainment.
Rooms at the Intercontinental hotel are spacious and luxurious with elegant decor and an array of services and amenities. Rooms feature; mini bar, telephone, TV, cable, high speed internet access, in room safe, hair dryer, toiletries, work station, king size/double/twin beds and a private bathroom.
Cosmopolitan and exotic, the capital of Malaysia is alive with modern culture and ancient history. A stunning skyline, delicious cuisine and first class shopping collide to make this one exciting city break.
It's a vibrant mixture of Chinese, Indian and Malay cultures – and this is reflected in everything from the architecture to the food. Modern skyscrapers and malls give way to ancient buildings, steamy street stalls and ornate religious buildings. From the lofty tops of the Petronas Towers, to the mystical depths of the Batu Caves, this place is spectacular.
City breaks to Kuala Lumpur are wonderful in themselves, but KL makes the perfect starting point for discovering more of Malaysia. Ask us about our tailor-made holidays to this fascinating country.
Kuala Lumpur holidays are popular all year round, thanks to the warm, tropical climate. The city receives the most rainfall between March and April and September and November.
Shoppers love the mix of modern malls and traditional markets in KL. Most visitors take the trip to the top of the Petronas Towers, but it's worth trying the Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower too – it's the world's seventh tallest communications tower and affords some pretty impressive views of the city. Important (and beautiful) religious sites include the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman temple, the Thean Hou Chinese temple, the Mosjid Jamek Mosque and the Batu Caves. Children (and grown-ups) flock to the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, as well as the Butterfly Park, aquarium and the Petrosains Science Discovery Centre. When it's time to chill out, head for one of the city's gorgeous parks. You can choose to spend your holidays in Kuala Lumpur shopping, sightseeing or simply soaking up the electric atmosphere.
Malay, Chinese and Indian communities all bring their own delicious flavours to cuisine in KL. Choose from gourmet restaurants in top notch hotels, or experience authentic Asian dining at a street stall. As well as local dishes, you'll find plenty of international restaurants – and even the odd fast food outlet.
As you'd expect from a city of its size, Kuala Lumpur offers an impressive choice of good nights out. Start early with a traditional dance display at the Malaysian Tourist Centre, then head out to one of the city's abundant bars and clubs. From karaoke joints to cosy pubs, glam cocktail bars to cavernous clubs, KL has got nightlife covered. End the night in the enormous Zouk nightclub, with its state-of the-art lighting, big name DJs and zen-like roof garden.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.