Grand Hyatt Hotel
12 Jalan Pinang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Overlooking the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and adjacent to Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur is strategically located in the heart of city offers fully-equipped meeting rooms with updated standard operating procedure including hotel hygiene measures, social distancing practices and food carefully served.
Malaysia is a fascinating country with a vibrant multicultural population and Southeast Asia’s unsung tropical hero. The country’s evolution into a cultural melting pot is evident in its unique blend of religions, traditions, festivals, languages, food, and many more. The country truly embodies the spirit of racial diversity and unity, which is the very element that makes it unique.Kuala Lumpur (KL), the main gateway to Malaysia has a variety of attractions ranging from culture, heritage & places of interest, shopping, entertainment, nature & adventure, luxury travel, sports, business & events, medical & wellness, and education all showcases the city’s contrasts and diversity. This is what makes KL distinctive, and the city’s identity was built on its history, people and tradition in the arts and culture.
Weather & Climate: There are three phases to KL’s weather – hot, hotter and hottest! KL’s weather is perfect for lightweight clothing. Check the current weather in KL before travelling here.
Religion & Local customs: The official religion in Malaysia is Islam, but other religions including Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity are practiced freely.
Communication: The national language is Bahasa Melayu (Malay), but English is widely spoken. Most Malaysians are multilingual, speaking various languages and dialects, such as Mandarin, Cantonese and Tamil.
Currency: The Malaysian Ringgit (currency code: MYR) is the main trading currency in Malaysia. Other major currencies such as the US Dollars, Euros, or British Pounds can also be used in selected major stores city-wide, though often these are congregated within the vicinity of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre.
More information about your stay in KL is available here.
Getting to Kuala Lumpur
Flying into KL would be the most preferable option as it is fast and convenient. here are three gateway airports that will lead you directly to KL: the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) and the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (also known as Subang Skypark).
Other options by land or sea are also available.
Some countries require visas to enter Malaysia. Check if you need to apply for a visa well in advance of booking travel. More information is available here.