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The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is Malaysia’s premier award-winning purpose-built facility and Asia’s only AIPC (International Association of Congress Centres) Gold Standard venue. Located in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre integrated...more
The Convention Center is an incredible development, done well as you would expect here in Malaysia. I had hoped to see the Aquarium downstairs but the queue was quite long. You can walk thru a tunnel to Petronas Twin Towers, Great place to spend some...More
Wonderful Convention Center. There are many accommodations to this area. The Shopping center is also a few mins walk. If you are tired, ride on the golf cart. The most wonderful thing is the garden view. WOW. After getting dizzy with so much Input from...More
Date of experience: September 2018
KLCCentre, Guest Relations Manager at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, responded to this reviewResponded December 4, 2018
Thank you for your feedback and comments on your recent visit. We're happy to know that you enjoyed your visit. :)
It is a huge Convention centre which has multiple conference rooms, banquet hall, plenary hall, exhibition halls and meeting rooms. It is inter-connected with the Suria Mall and Petronas Towers.
I visited it along with a friend to attend a Exhibition on Home Design. There...More
Date of experience: November 2017
KLConventionCentre, Manager at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, responded to this reviewResponded November 1, 2018
Thank you for your feedback and comments on your recent visit. We're happy to know that you enjoyed your visit.
Yes, you are right. The Convention Centre usually is for conferences and events e.g. IT fair, book fair etc. There is no fee to enter the Convention Centre itself, and most of the events for the public are free, but there... More
Yes, you are right. The Convention Centre usually is for conferences and events e.g. IT fair, book fair etc. There is no fee to enter the Convention Centre itself, and most of the events for the public are free, but there may be a charge. However, there is an Aquarium in the centre which you have to pay a fee to go into. It used to be quite good, but I haven't been for many years.
The Convention Centre itself is next to Suria KLCC, which is a big shopping mall which more high-end shops eg Prada, LV, but some more reasonable brands eg M&S also. There are many food options on the higher floors. Next to the Convention Centre is the KLCC Park, which is a nice green area to walk around and there are fountains which light up during the night time. Linked to the shopping mall is the iconic KL Twin Towers, but you need to queue for limited tickets to get in.
As a tourist, I wouldn't go to the Convention Centre, unless you are keen on seeing the Aquarium. Go to the shopping mall instead. If you are keen on getting a photo of yourself with the Twin Towers in the background, just outside the Convention Centre is a good spot. Walk out from the shopping mall towards the Park and turn right towards the Convention Centre and once near it, you should be able to get a good selfie with the Towers in the background!
If you are driving, park at the shopping mall which is much cheaper than parking at the Convention Centre.
Happy holidays in Malaysia!