With less than a 400m away to KLCC, Avenue K and KLCC LRT Station right on the doorstep. ISOLA @ KLCC is highly convenient place to stay.
Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, a once fast emerging neighborhood in the country, has now become the center for an avantgarde lifestyle, making it a wildly popular destination and the most sought after postcode of the prominent and influential.
12 mins walk to RapidKL Bus Stop
213 mins walk to LRT Station (KLCC or Ampang Park)
34 mins drive to Raffles College of Higher Education
46 mins drive to Sayfol International School
512 mins drive to Convent Bukit Nanas Secondary School
66 mins drive to to Aquaria KLCC
710 mins drive to to Titiwangsa Lake Gardens
814 mins drive to KL Bird Park
914 mins walk to to KLCC Park
105 mins drive to Hard Rock Cafe
117 mins drive to Suria KLCC
1210 mins drive to Pavillion KL
1312 mins drive to Sunway Putra Mall
1414 mins drive to Low Yat Plaza
155 mins drive to Pos Malaysia Ampang Park
166 mins drive to Prince Court Medical Centre
The capital of a multi-racial nation, Kuala Lumpur has its streets filled with glorious food drawn from local and foreign influences, coupled with skyscraper sceneries and cozy environments, making the city home to the best places to dine in.
An outlet for fine dining at Pacific Regency, Soi23 offers an all day dining experience with a spectacular view of the KL city skyline. Apart from its’ Malay cuisine offerings, a wide selection of both fusion and international cuisine is also available to tempt your palate. Definitely one to consider as a place to dine with family and friends.
The Steakhouse is a 40-seater steak joint with beef imported from Australia and choices between the aged Black Angus and Grain Fed. Thereon, choose from five cuts – medallion, tenderloin, rib-eye, T-bone and striploin - all grilled over charcoal after which you choose your sauce (béarnaise, black pepper, red wine etc) and style of potatoes (baked, mashed, wedges etc). All steaks orders are accompanied with grilled vegetables, tomato salsa and onion rings.
One of the best all-day dining restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, Mosaic serves a delicious mix of local and international cuisine, complemented by interactive live cooking stations and a large dessert bar. Dishes include Indian classics such as tandoori chicken, Japanese sushi and sashimi, and Chinese dim sum and stir-fries. To complete the experience an open kitchen offers authentic barbecued specialities.
The leading Chinese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur that specializes in exquisite Shanghainese cuisine. Identified as the premier restaurant of JW Marriott Hotel Kuala Lumpur, this restaurant is famous for its authentic Shanghai dim sum, and it is open for lunch and dinner.
Kuala Lumpur embraces the creative inspiration of art. From its overall design, to the delicate additions to its spaces. Kuala Lumpur is nothing if not a creative enclave. There are galleries of local artistes that you might imagine for your own home at Kuala Lumpur.
The PETRONAS Art Gallery is an understated yet elegant and brightly-lit gallery and was established in 1993 to support the development of art in the country. The non-profit gallery has a programme of changing art, craft and design exhibitions so each visit to the gallery is a unique experience. It is an easy place to find as it is located within the Suria KLCC shopping mall.
If genuine fine works of art are what you’re seeking, then definitely check out The Gallery at Starhill. They maintain reputation as an energenic, outgoing and accessible fine art gallery in Kuala Lumpur, while continuing to inspire, interest and provide enjoyment to their increasingly diverse audiences. A strong emphasis on investigating time, place, mediation and ethics through their art making.
Kuala Lumpur is a fashionista's heaven. Kuala Lumpur’s independent shopping scene is concentrated around the inner city, with Bukit Bintang and KLCC acting as the capital’s epicentre for fashion and entertainment.
Pavilion KL is the city’s go-to hotspot for haute couture shopping. It takes a lot to stand out in the capital’s retail landscape but this shopping centre, which occupies prime real estate along Jalan Bukit Bintang, does just that. Keeping the city’s fashionistas looking polished, the 1.37 million-sqft white marble complex houses a combination of 450 indoor and outdoor shopping venues divided into six zones and spread across seven floors.
Suria KLCC shopping centre is an imposing six-storey building at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur city centre. Created in 1999, it was soon the talk of the town because it introduced a new level of style to the city with its wide array of haute couture stores. This is not your average neighbourhood mall – Suria KLCC houses over 320 high-end local and international retailers. Well-known brands available at the mall include Balenciaga, Banana Republic, Coach, DKNY, Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and Versace.
Kuala Lumpur offers theatre, music or simply the opportunity to meet in a superbly pleasant environment. Its unique lifestyle and design amenities, coupled with local yet world-class allure, make it a very sought-after address.
DEWAN FILHARMONIK PETRONAS (DFP) is Malaysia’s pride and joy and a cultural icon for music lovers the world over. Home to the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), DFP’s magnificent architectural design and superior acoustics combined with its location within the business and leisure hub of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) make the hall a must-visit destination for travelers and Malaysians alike.
After a day spent enjoying the vibrant pulse of the capital city, experience fresh, authentic American cuisine, and pitch-perfect live entertainment at Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur. The Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place to eat, drink, and catch an all-star lineup of live entertainment. Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur celebrates the all-time greats of rock n’ roll with an incredible collection of iconic pieces of musical memorabilia.