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How to Get to Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur Resort


Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur

  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)

    The hotel is located approximately 60 km away and is about an hour's drive from the airport. We recommend that you book the hotel limousine at least one day prior to your arrival. Alternatively, it takes approximately 28 minutes to travel by the KLIA Express from KL Sentral, the city's transit hub. From KL Sentral, grab a car to the hotel (about 20 minutes).
  • Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station

    Kuala Lumpur Sentral, Malaysia's largest transit hub, is an integrated rail transportation centre, offering global connectivity and seamlessly linking to urban and suburban residential, commercial and industrial areas. It is also a direct link to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and key areas within the Multimedia Super Corridor.
Points of interest
  • Petronas Twin Towers / KLCC (Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre)

    Kuala Lumpur's landmark towers and convention centre are located 2.6 kilometres from the hotel. Walk for about 20 minutes via the KLCC - Bukit Bintang pedestrian bridge, or take a short, 10-minute drive there.
  • Jalan Alor

    Jalan Alor is a vibrant street located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, known for its many stalls, coffee shops and restaurants selling a variety of mainly Chinese hawker food.
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (Shopping Mall)

    The award-winning shopping mall is conveniently just an elevator ride from the hotel. Shop for your favourite premium brands all in one place.
  • Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square)

    Merdeka Square is one of Kuala Lumpur's most iconic landmarks. Set in front of the former State Secretariat (Sultan Abdul Samad building), the large grassy expanse is where Malaysia declared its independence in 1957. Join a free guided walk through 11 historical buildings and sites located within the vicinity of Dataran Merdeka.
  • Royal Museum

    The Royal Museum or Muzium Diraja is the former residence of His Majesty, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Her Majesty, Raja Permaisuri Agong. The architecture reflects Palladian-style opulence and grandeur. Inside, you'll get to explore 22 spaces comprising the Balairung Seri (a room where the king meets his subjects), the sleeping chamber, the royal office, the dining hall and resting lounge.
  • Batu Caves

    The Batu Caves comprise of three major caves and a number of minor ones. Guarded by a statue of the Hindu deity Lord Murugan, these limestone caves house Hindu temples, some over a hundred years old, and feature idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it.
  • Thean Hou Temple

    One of the largest and oldest Chinese temples in Southeast Asia.
  • Royal Selangor Visitor Centre

    The factory of the famous Malaysian pewter/tin brand.

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