The ÆON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre is a shopping mall built on a 26-acre landmass with a gross built-up floor area of approximately 2,100,000 square feet. It is the largest ÆON (JUSCO) shopping centre in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.
The mall draws large crowds especially on weekends partly due to the amount of shops and variety available, including a cinema. There are many dining options available as well.
GM Klang Wholesale City is a wholesale business complex. It has a wide array of products available for sale: home and wedding decoration; fashion apparel; textile; IT accessories; toys; packed food and much more. The complex has amenities such as food & beverage outlets, ATMs, WIFI, courier services, money changers and ample parking space for the convenience of wholesalers and visitors alike.
Since opening its doors for business in 2009, GM Klang Wholesale City has become a key go-to place in Malaysia for those sourcing for wholesale products.
Sultan Sulaiman Mosque is Selangor's royal mosque. It was constructed by the British in the early 1932 and was officially opened in 1934 by the late Almarhum Sultan Sir Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah and the British's Federated Malay States High Commissioner, Sir Lawrence Nuuns Guillemard.
The mosque's architecture is a combination of Western Art Deco and Neoclassical cathedral styles. Its interesting features include the Tangga Diraja (royal stairs) from Istana Alam Shah and a royal mausoleum.
The Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery (Galeri Diraja Sultan Abdul Aziz) was opened in 2007 by HRH Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, the ninth Sultan of Selangor. It is dedicated to the memory of his late father, Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah.
The gallery contains a great collection of the late Sultan’s personal artefacts, memorabilia and royal paraphernalia. The displays include day-to-day items (for a king!) like silver tea services and plates as well as a tea spoon collection, cameras, coins, medals, models, some superb krises (Malaysian daggers), replicas of Selangor’s crown jewels, uniforms, samurai helmets and various gifts from royals and dignitaries from around the world.
Drive a little further and you will arrive at the heart of Kuala Lumpur. At once an entertainment, commercial and business focal point, KLCC is home to some of the most popular landmarks in Malaysia, making it a popular tourist destination. With a host of options to choose from - dining, arts, culture, recreation, sightseeing, shopping and entertainment – you won’t be stuck for ideas on what to do around here.
Described by its developers as ‘A City Within A City’, KLCC offers a myriad of interesting attractions that never cease to wonder, as well as plenty of nightlife, dining and shopping options. KLCC is readily accessible via public transport with many buses operating on various routes within the area and a few train stations nearby.
Port Klang is served by an international cruise terminal and a dedicated regional passenger ferry terminal. In addition, a public passenger jetty is also available to cater for commuters between the mainland and Pulau Ketam (English: Crab Island), a popular tourist destination.
Our hotel is located just 5 minutes away from the Passenger Terminal, making it a convenient place for you to rest and wind down, whether you choose to explore our local destinations or attractions that are on a foreign land.
No.5227, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa,
Pelabuhan Klang, 42000,
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