Silka Maytower, Kuala Lumpur - Travel Guide

Silka Maytower, Kuala Lumpur is located in central Kuala Lumpur, close to many tourist attractions. It is also in the heart of Little India (Masjid Jamek), where travellers can observe cultural insights into the Indian and other local communities.

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Jalan Melayu

 
The arch welcomes you to Jalan Melayu (‘Malay Street’ in Malay) where, venturing in, you will find yourself in the Bazaar, a marketplace selling cheap clothes, accessories, bags and assorted merchandise that make good souvenirs. The atmosphere here has a strong Malay-Muslim vibe.

Merdeka Square, Sessions & Magistrates Court and Sultan Abdul Samad Building

 
Before you reach the historic Merdeka Square (Dataran Merdeka) where Malaysia’s Independence took place on 31 August 1957, the first building you will encounter is the Sessions & Magistrate Court. It leads to the cluster of colonial buildings, including the iconic Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

Plaza City One

 
Just a minute’s walk away from Silka Maytower Hotel & Serviced Residences is a small shopping centre that houses Indian fashion boutiques and more. Find the most gorgeous saris and Punjabi suites as well as fashion accessories here. Plaza City One also has a food court on the third floor with Muslim stalls serving halal Pakistani to Chinese dishes. The complex also houses Malay wedding outlets, hair salons, imported halal groceries and Indian sweet shops.

Henna Artists

 
Take a walk around the neighbourhood and you will find henna artists at street corners who can paint beautiful designs on your hands in just two minutes. Most henna artists only charge around RM5.00 for each hand, and they can also be hired to do bridal designs. A henna tattoo can last up to one month.

Little India, Masjid Jamek

 
Little India is one of the older neighbourhoods in Kuala Lumpur. Dating as far back as 100 years, this is where the first Indian-Muslim merchants settled with their trade. Boisterous and colourful, from saris and trinkets to fabrics and local hawker food, Little India is where everyone flocks to for a taste Malaysia.

Sogo Shopping Mall

 
Located at bustling Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Sogo is one of the leading major retailers housing the latest fashion apparels, cosmetics, fragrances, children and infant wear, electronics and gadgets, all under one roof.

Pavilion KL

 
One of Kuala Lumpur's upmarket shopping centre and a leading showcase for watches and jewellery. It is directly across the road from Starhill Gallery, along Jalan Bukit Bintang in the Golden Triangle.

Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC

 
Malaysia's most iconic landmark and headquarters to oil giant Petronas Group. The Skybridge on Level 41 is open Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00am till 7.00pm (it is closed for Friday prayers from 1.00pm to 2.30pm). Basic tours start at RM10 per person (or RM3 for MyKad holders and children under 12 years old). Additional tours are also available for the top floor observation deck for RM40 per person or RM350 per person inclusive of a fine dining experience.

KL Tower

 
A telecommunications tower which also serves as the World Basejump Centre. For the less adventurous, you can simply soak in the breath-taking views from the 276-metre high observation deck, or enjoy a stroll through the surrounding tropical rainforest.

Lake Gardens

 
Covering an area of 92 hectares, it is one of the greenest spots in the heart of the city. There is a National Monument, and for nature lovers, you can check out the Butterfly Park, Deer Park, Hibiscus Garden and Bird Park.
 

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