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Kuala Lumpur vacation rentals

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Apartment · Bukit Bintang
KLCC View | 1BR Resort Home | 3mins Walk to KLCCC
> Brand New Resort Style 1BR1B Apartment > 500mbps High Speed WiFi > Easy Access to Local Food Stalls, McD, Bar & Bistro, Convenience Store. > 3 mins Walk to Petronas Twin Tower > 10mins Walk to Raja Chulan Monorail Station > 10mins Walk to KLCC LRT Station
Jan 19 – 26
$32 per night
Apartment · Kampung Bahru
Staycation in klcc
We have many studio units of the same room type. They are all sized, fittings, furniture, and face the same view, but slightly different in layout and orientation. Bookings are open for fully vaccinated guests. 30 MBPS high-speed internet access available in the room Modern and well-equipped kitchen Washer only( the dryer is not functioning well, kindly use the drying rack we provide instead) Comprehensive home entertainment system Netflix One parking spot per booking
Apr 30 – May 7
$39 per night
Apartment · Bukit Bintang
HighFloor DesignerSuite Pavilion KLCC
Located in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre near BBKLCC shopping street incl. Pavilion; 15min to KLCC Twin Towers & KL Tower; Walking distance to Alor, China Town, Central Market & Changkat Bukit Bintang; Accessible by LRT & Monorail trains. This suite is Modern New Minimalist Zen Style & Latte wooden tone with amazing KL Skyline view. This place comes with 24Hrs Easy Self check in, 24Hrs security, 5star facilities -infinity pool, gym, Sky Jacuzzi pool with KLCC view, mini golf etc.
Oct 25 – Nov 1
$37 per night

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Petronas Twin Towers232 locals recommend
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Thean Hou Temple34 locals recommend
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Batu Caves178 locals recommend
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Watsons Amcorp Mall4 locals recommend
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1 Utama Shopping Centre100 locals recommend
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W Kuala Lumpur3 locals recommend

Kuala Lumpur house rentals

Private room · Damansara Heights
Kasah Room w Own Bathroom. 500m to MRT.
Aug 11 – 18
$15 per night
Home · Semenyih
Begonia's site
Dec 6 – 13
$116 per night
Home · Semenyih
Anjung Serene + Private Pool (10 pax) @ Semenyih
Nov 29 – Dec 6
$145 per night
Home · Wangsa Maju
City Center.5min walk KLCC or Pavillion.4R3B 10Pax
$147 per night
Home · Kuala Lumpur
K3-bright+airy compact loft with balcony @ bangsar
Feb 15 – 22
$36 per night
Private room · Cheras
Cozy, private en-suite with airy balcony near KL
Nov 27 – Dec 4
$16 per night
Home · Bukit Bintang
[TheR] Comfy Home at Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
Nov 24 – Dec 1
$30 per night
Home · Segambut
Petaling Jaya Cozy Loft
Dec 27 – Jan 3
$27 per night
Home · Kuala Lumpur
Dreamy home (Private Lift) 2br(5mins to LRT-KJL)
Jun 18 – 25
$33 per night
Home · Kuala Lumpur
Rooftop Dipping Pool Hse w/ Stay-in male Caretaker
Nov 28 – Dec 5
$236 per night
Home · Titiwangsa
Arte PLUS Cozy Premium stay
Jan 11 – 18
$31 per night
Home · Subang Jaya
Villa home with dipping pool in central location
Feb 22 – Mar 1
$237 per night

Your guide to Kuala Lumpur

All About Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur is a dizzying amalgamation of the modern and the ancient, with gleaming skyscrapers residing beside colonial residential homes, natural wonders, and spiritual sanctuaries. As culturally rich as it is massive, the city is home to a unique blend of Malay, Chinese, and Indian architecture, traditions, and cuisines.

The central hub of the modern city, referred to as the Golden Triangle, comprises three districts: KLCC, Bukit Bintang, and Chinatown. KLCC is the city’s economic center and is home to three of the world’s largest shopping malls. The staggering KL Tower features an observation deck where you can get an excellent view of the cityscape, and you certainly won’t miss the Petronas Towers, the world’s largest twin skyscrapers, which light up the night sky. In Bukit Bintang, the city’s entertainment district, you’ll find the heart of the city’s food scene, Jalan Alor — a dense strip of seafood restaurants and hawkers selling barbecued meats, noodles, and desserts. Amidst Chinatown’s bright and colorful architecture is the Petaling Street Flea Market, a shopper’s dream that transforms at night into a vibrant hub with bars, live entertainment, and a thriving night market.

Alongside these dens of leisure are an array of temples, such as the elaborately adorned Sri Mahamariamman Temple and the open, symmetrical Kuan Ti Temple. Just outside of Kuala Lumpur proper, you’ll find the 400-million-year-old Batu Caves, home to a century-old Hindu temple.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Kuala Lumpur?

Due to its tropical location, Kuala Lumpur is hot and humid all year round, but May through July and December through February are the most comfortable times to visit the city. Kuala Lumpur experiences two types of monsoons. East monsoons bring light, on-and-off showers during October and January, and west monsoons blanket the city with rain during March and April. Many of the major events in the city are based around religious festivals. Keep in mind, while some of these festivals do have fixed dates based on the Gregorian calendar, many operate based on the lunar cycle, with the dates changing each year. The most opulent annual festivals are during Ramadan, Lunar New Year, Deepavali, and Christmas.

What are the top things to do in Kuala Lumpur?

KL Tower

One of the tallest freestanding structures in the world, the Menara Kuala Lumpur is visible from nearly anywhere in Kuala Lumpur. The tower sits on top of the Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill), the oldest gazetted forest reserve in the country, and reaches over 900 feet high. At the top of the tower, you’ll find a revolving restaurant, a theater, and the best views in the city.

Perdana Botanical Gardens

Located in Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park, these gardens contain the largest collection of flower gardens in Kuala Lumpur. The 10,000-square-meter site is home to an orchid garden, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, and a rock garden that houses 800 species of climbing and terrestrial orchids. You’ll also find fountains, artificial waterfalls, benches for quiet reflection, and a cafe.

Batu Caves

About 25 minutes outside of the city center, Batu Caves are one of the most culturally significant Hindu shrines in the world. The caves themselves have existed for hundreds of millions of years, but the site is now home to a set of nearly 300 steep, brilliantly colored stairs leading into the entrance of the temple in the caves, with a 140-foot golden statue of Lord Murugan, to whom the temple pays tribute. Inside, several smaller temples, intricate shrines and statues merge with the natural rock formations to create a stunning effect.