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Where to stay in Bangsar - KL Sentral Station

Sentral Station Hotels

The gleaming modern monolith that is Kuala Lumpur’s Sentral Station is a testament to Malaysia’s sleek transport system. Under its striking steel-clad roof, you can hop on a train to any part of the colonial metropolitan melting pot that is Kuala Lumpur, or for travel to further afield places in Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. Bustling with locals dashing from platform to platform, city workers trudging to their glistening office buildings, and visitors meandering between cafés and shops, Sentral Station’s the transit heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Things to see

Surrounded by sparkling retail centres and super swanky malls, this is a shopper’s paradise. Peruse the rails in high-end fashion boutiques or seek out quirky stores brimming with the latest trends. If you really fancy hitting the shops, mammoth Mid Valley Mega Mall’s just a 10-minute train ride from Sentral. Brimming with the biggest brands, chain stores, and fashion names, this is the place to fill your bags with bargains and designer gear. Once you’ve splashed the cash, take a rest in a chic nearby restaurant, or head to the on-site multi-screen cinema to relax while catching up on the latest blockbuster. To taste the KL of old, head to Chinatown’s Petaling Street in the city’s colonial heart. Here you’ll wander past 100-year old store fronts shrouded in anything from colourful clothes to sparkling jewellery. Try some tempting street food and take a stroll through buzzing Central Market – a cacophony of stalls, sights, and sounds.

Hotels in Sentral Station

You don’t have to look far to find luxury in Kuala Lumpur, and hotels near Sentral Station follow the citywide trend for top-end spoil-yourself accommodation. If you’re seeking out some of KL’s glitziest 4 and 5-star luxury hotels, you’re in for a treat, as hotels here are shining modern temples of rest and recuperation. Glistening lobbies with space-age style décor – think textured mirror walls, high-end art, and vast soft-as-you-like sofas – are just the start. Grand suites with far-reaching views over the city’s skyscrapers, plush bathrooms, and heavenly bedding are just some of the extra perks. An array of 2 and 3-star hotels are available for those seeking discount rates.

Where to stay

Sentral Station’s thriving with commercial activity. From shops to restaurants and bars, there’s plenty of action in and around this bustling transit hub. For a taste of colonial-era Kuala Lumpur, plump for a hotel in the city’s ancient heart of Chinatown, where you’ll be treated to olden-day buildings, buzzing markets, and sumptuous smells wafting out from the area’s traditional eateries. Petaling Street’s the heart of Chinatown, where shoppers dash between colourful store fronts. Also close to Sentral, Mid Valley’s not only home to its vast mall, but also some of the city’s liveliest nightclubs.

How to get to Sentral Station

As the city’s major rail hub, you can get to Sentral Station from pretty much any metro stop. Long distance trains arrive here from all over Malaysia, as well as further afield. If you’re travelling from Bangkok to Singapore by train, you will stop at Sentral Station. Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s a 45-minute taxi ride from Sentral Station, though it’s just as easy to hop on a train into the city. The journey takes between 30 and 50 minutes. You can hire a car at the airport, though it’s generally not worth the hassle, as traffic can be a headache.