Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
International Visitors
12.0 million
# of Venues
# of Meeting Rooms
Largest Meeting Room
2400 participants

As the capital city of one the leading South East Asia economies and situated in the heart of region, it is no wonder why Kuala Lumpur is becoming one of the preferred cities to hold shareholder meetings, conventions, exhibitions, product launches, networking events and company dinners. Malaysia was once part of the British empire, as a result most Malaysians are fluent in English as well as the native language of Bahasa Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has one of the most modern and well-connected airports in the world. The city has worked tirelessly to expand the transit system to accommodate business travelers from around the world with services such as the KLIA Ekspres Train bringing passengers from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to heart of the city under 30 minutes.
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Global Multinationals Enterprises have chosen Kuala Lumpur as a strategic business location as it leads in shared services outsourcing (SSO) scoring very well in criteria such as financial attractiveness, people skills and availability. Moreover, Kuala Lumpur is recognized as a leading global Islamic Financing hub by attracting ever more financial institutions providing Islamic Financing to the already established Gulf's financial institutions. The increase of conference facilities and event venues has helped Kuala Lumpur become a major destination for corporate events. Meeting planners can mix arty interiors with the latest work-inspired venues at the heart of the vibrant commercial districts.

International travelers will want to take some time to visit many of the infamous landmarks in Kuala Lumpur. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building at Merdeka Square and the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station are all well known for their architectural style. Event delegates can escape the city bustle and enjoy some serenity at the Lake Gardens near the city center where monkeys and peacocks roam free in a large lush green park. High-end roof-top bars and restaurants with breath-taking views of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers provide unique opportunities to finish the day in style after a conference or seminar has come to an end and also provide a perfect meeting space for networking receptions and cocktail parties.


KL International Airport (KLIA) - ranked in the top five airports worldwide - is 50km from the city of Kuala Lumpur. KLIA Ekspres, a non-stop airport express train link service, links Kuala Lumpur Sentral with Kuala Lumpur International Airport in under 30 minutes. A taxi ride from the airport to the city centre ranges from 90-120 MYR.


Kuala Lumpur disposes of 8 mass transit lines: Ampang Line, Kelana Jaya Line, KL Monorail Line, KLIA Express Line, KLIA Transit, Port Klang Line, Seremban Line and the Sri Petaling Line

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