Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

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No. 5 Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, 50470, Malaysia   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (60)(3) 2723 1188  


Shop Till You Drop!

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Kuala Lumpur is truly a shopper's paradise. Shoppers can browse indigenous local produce, home grown brands to well-known international names, often all in one place. So grab those shopping totes, put on some comfortable shoes, it's time you go mall hiking. Beware, it can be a dangerous territory for your credit cards!

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One of KL's newest malls and one of Malaysia's first intergrated "green lifetyle" mall. It is connected to KL Sentral station as well as our hotel. The mall is a well thought out blend of entertainment, retail and F&B that caters to both the locals and the travelers.

How to get there: From our hotel lobby, you may walk out and turn right! Otherwise, there's a connected door to the mall from our hotel, Level 1. However, if you are coming in from another location, you may take the LRT, KTM or Monorail to KL Sentral station.

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Bukit Bintang is now known as a nightlife and shopping paradise. The entire area (which covers Pavilion KL, Fahrenheit88, Starhill Gallery, Lot10 & etc) is well connected, covered, secured, well lit and the area also provides a regular GoKL free bus service to help you move around with ease.

How to get there: Take the monorail to the Bukit Bintang station and get ready for some retail action!

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Take our word for it, wear comfortable shoes. Berjaya Time Square is an eight-floor mall with over 1000 mid-price retail and F&B outlets with a crazy collection of clothes, shoes, accessories and everything under the sun. If that was not enough, the mall has its own theme park!

How to get there: Take the monorail to the Imbi station.

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As you can imagine, The Kuala Lumpur City Centre is one of the most exclusive addresses in the city.

This four-storied mall nestles between the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. The mall features top designer brands and mid-price stores like Uniqlo. A great place to shop and chill out with a coffee or lunch in an outdoor café as you take in the   evening musical fountain shows.

How to get there: Take the LRT (Kelana Jaya Line) to the KLCC (KJ10) station.

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1 Utama Shopping Centre is the worlds’ 4th largest mall recognized by Forbes and CNN Travel.

It is located in the heart of Petaling Jaya (PJ). 1U, as it's more popularly known has something for everyone, is a place where you can find anything and everything, like literally! What we really love is the new TGV cinema. It has bean bags, gourmet catering and an awesome IMAX 3D screen!

How to get there: Taking the taxi is a best solution.

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No, you are not in Egypt & no, Malaysia did not steal the Sphinx. Welcome to Sunway Pyramid, one of the largest malls in Malaysia! Voted as Malaysia's favourite malls, Sunway Pyramid has over 1000 retail and F&B outlets. If you get bored of shopping and eating, go try some ice skating!

Did you know? Sunway Lagoon (water themed park) is right next to it?

How to get there: Take the KTM (Towards Pelabuhan Klang) from KL Sentral and disembark at Setia Jaya KTM Station (Sunway Area) or Subang Jaya KTM Station (Subang Jaya) and then take a taxi to the destination.

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Mid Valley Megamall is one of the largest shopping complexes in Southeast Asia. It is home to over 400 middle-range outlets spread across its 5 floors. This is also the first megamall which not immediately located within the city centre. If you’re looking for some places to experience away from KL, then it will be your best place to go.

How to get there:  -By Train: Take the KTM train to Mid Valley Station.

                               -By LRT: Take the Kelana Jaya Line to Abdullah                                                  Hukum Station.

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The founders of Merchant’s Lane describes their place as a modern take on the heritage of Petaling Street and it’s a cafe and restaurant that sees the transversing of local charm and current culture.

How to get there: Take the LRT (Kelana Jaya Line), get down at the Pasar Seni Station and walk a short distances to Petaling Street (Chinatown). Merchant’s Lane will be located at the end of the Chinatown.