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Kuala Lumpur is known for its festivals and events, so you should plan your trip around at least one of them. In February, Chinese New Year takes over – a 15-day celebration with parades and fireworks. Music festivals throughout the year include Urbanscapes in April and May, KL International Jazz Festival in May and Good Vibes Festival in August. Mid-Autumn Festival takes place in September, MotoGP Malaysia in November and, of course, Christmas Festival throughout December.Kuala Lumpur’s average temperature rarely strays below 27°C, so matter what season you’re visiting in, you’re guaranteed warm, sunny weather.
To be fully immersed in Kuala Lumpur’s central entertainment hub, go for hotels in Bukit Bintang. Seek out Menara KL – which won’t be hard since it’s 421m tall – and have dinner at revolving restaurant Atmosphere 360 at its summit. In this area, you’ll also find Central Market, Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Malaysia Heritage Walk and Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve.Family holidays in Kuala Lumpur are well situated at hotels in KLCC. Visit Petronas Twin Towers, the world’s tallest twin structures. At their feet, Suria KLCC is a mall with a cinema, art gallery and Petrosains, a science discovery centre. A five-minute walk away you’ll find Aquaria KLCC with 150 different species of marine life.Hotels in Chinatown put you in the centre of a bustling, vibrant area. This is a great base for visiting temples. Go to Kuan Yin Temple, which honours the Goddess of Mercy, or Chan See Shu Yuen Temple, one of Malaysia’s oldest surviving Buddhist temples. A seven-minute walk away, Kuan Ti Temple is dedicated to Guandi, the Taoist God of War and Literature.Couples should look for hotels in KL Sentral for a little bit of everything Kuala Lumpur offers. From here, visit Little India for music and shopping, the National Museum of Malaysia for culture and heritage and the National Planetarium to learn about the region’s science and astronomy.To experience Kuala Lumpur’s nightlife, hotels in Bangsar are a good idea. The Social is perfect for post-work relaxation; Gridiron Sports Café for pints and big screens; and Gravity Club for rooftop dancing till dawn.

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