Jrl Budget Hotel INN

Stay in Chow kit Jrl Budget Hotel INN , the Kuala Lumpur Chowkit Budget Hotel of Choice, 5 minutes from PWTC for Shoppers With Affordably Priced clean Rooms!

Situated along Kuala Lumpur’s “Diamond Triangle”, a privileged location where commercial, corporate, and government establishments converge, jrl Hotel is best for businessmen and tourists The Light Rail Transit is approximately 3 minutes walk from the hotel and just a stone throw-away from Commuter Train and the Monorail which provides services to all parts of Kuala Lumpur.
The venue is highly accessible through road, rail (LRT and KTM), and is serviced by frequent bus and taxi services..

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ChowKit

Chow Kit – a Kuala Lumpur sub-district with a sleepy village atmosphere – Chowkit is an unpretentious and subtle blend of modernity and culture. The area is popularly known for the Bazaar Baru Chow Kit – the city’s largest wet market and one of its most popular tourist attractions. Tightly packed stalls sell fresh meat, fish, spices and a fantastical array of tropical fruit; at the northern end of the street are stalls that sell local specialties. Featuring a clutch of unpretentious roadside cafés and stalls, Chow Kit is home to plenty of traveller’s hostels and expensive hotels, and is slowly becoming a valid destination
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Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC)

Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is a main convention and exhibition centre, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Construction commenced in 1981 and was completed in 1984. The building was officially opened on 2 September 1985, by the, then, Malaysian prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad, during the first UMNO General Assembly, and has been a staging area for following UMNO General Assemblies since. This building is also used for the International Quran Reading Competition every year, since it was moved from Stadium Merdeka in 1985. PWTC is accessible through public transport by the PWTC LRT station on the Ampang Line or the Putra Komuter station on the Rawang-Seremban Line and Sentul-Port Klang