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hi,

 

i recalled there was a thread discuss recommended hotels in KL for safe overnight parking especially for sg cars.

 

i don't seem to be able to find that thread.

 

anyone ?

 

thanks

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Just bringing this post back to life. Driving to KL for short holiday, any tips on safe hotel parking or hotel parking i should avoid?

 

Thanks alot

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Just bringing this post back to life. Driving to KL for short holiday, any tips on safe hotel parking or hotel parking i should avoid?

 

Thanks alot

 

wait until 2016 for HSR... stressfree + 90mins nia....  

 

 

*joke joke* 

 

the 4star n abv hotels all quite safe la.. but if you driving ard .. i suggest large open air near shopping agst parking undergrd...  

 

infact.. i left my car fully at swiss garden.. juz taxi'ed ard for piece of mind

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wait until 2016 for HSR... stressfree + 90mins nia....  

 

 

*joke joke* 

 

the 4star n abv hotels all quite safe la.. but if you driving ard .. i suggest large open air near shopping agst parking undergrd...  

 

infact.. i left my car fully at swiss garden.. juz taxi'ed ard for piece of mind

 

How was swiss garden? i also will jus park there whole time, jus taxi around. any other hotels u tried?

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How was swiss garden? i also will jus park there whole time, jus taxi around. any other hotels u tried?

 SG was ok.. chose it for the location.. quite convenient.. rooms.. nothing to crow about.. tad old for my personal liking.. but heck.. it was only a place to sleep anyways... 

 

i stayed Royale BB before also.. more expensive... but room better.. location ok ..  

 

i think for KL location is my top priority...  

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 SG was ok.. chose it for the location.. quite convenient.. rooms.. nothing to crow about.. tad old for my personal liking.. but heck.. it was only a place to sleep anyways... 

 

i stayed Royale BB before also.. more expensive... but room better.. location ok ..  

 

i think for KL location is my top priority...  

 

I thought SG is nearer to pudu, the bus station, i would prefer in bukit bintang area where all the shopping is. i usualy went to Radius, which is like barely $70 a night, but i read reviews saying they changed name and owner and everyone is saying its bad now.

 

Istana hotel and westin is pretty near, about $200 a night, but like u said jus to sleep. is SG walkable to Lot 10 and all that?

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I thought SG is nearer to pudu, the bus station, i would prefer in bukit bintang area where all the shopping is. i usualy went to Radius, which is like barely $70 a night, but i read reviews saying they changed name and owner and everyone is saying its bad now.

 

Istana hotel and westin is pretty near, about $200 a night, but like u said jus to sleep. is SG walkable to Lot 10 and all that?

 

walkable... but suggest u cab back.. in case lug too many things... u can look at royale i guess...  

 

i stayed time sq before also.. but so self containing and inconvenience to cab out.. i didnt leave the hotel.. juz chilled there

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walkable... but suggest u cab back.. in case lug too many things... u can look at royale i guess...  

 

i stayed time sq before also.. but so self containing and inconvenience to cab out.. i didnt leave the hotel.. juz chilled there

 

ok just checked on agoda, swiss is pretty cheap, $70+ a night, i guess my biggest concern is parking safety. since uv tried parking there then i guess its good then, tanx man

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ok just checked on agoda, swiss is pretty cheap, $70+ a night, i guess my biggest concern is parking safety. since uv tried parking there then i guess its good then, tanx man

 

i recommend the ship in KL for makan if u can find time.. and order the escargots.... the sauce i like alot...  

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Just bringing this post back to life. Driving to KL for short holiday, any tips on safe hotel parking or hotel parking i should avoid?

 

Thanks alot

 

Drive Korean car, they never steal Korean cars in MY.

 

:D

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i recommend the ship in KL for makan if u can find time.. and order the escargots.... the sauce i like alot...  

 

i normally go for the street food there, i like the street side bbq fish, where u sit at the side of the road, choose ur fish, and they bbq for u, but i guess il try the ship.

 

first time im driving there tho. coe ending soon so prolly last trip with the car.

Drive Korean car, they never steal Korean cars in MY.

 

:D

 

true, but mine american. shud get a korean next car

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I don't know why people are worried about car stolen in MY.

 

Its SG that people have to worry if this post is true.

 

:D

 

http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2698947-how-to-prevent-car-from-being-stolen/?p=5496832

 

Its very diff in sg and in msia, we know sg well, its homeground, plus theres a much higher chance of catching the culprit as compared to msia, msia is huge and they can be anywhere.

 

honestly wudnt u be worried to leave ur car a few days in msia?

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or Saab..... proven :XD:

Drive Korean car, they never steal Korean cars in MY.

 

:D

 


You can try Grand Millenium. Very central location. Stayed there for 2 nights. Car parked at their underground carpark the whole time without issue. Got security guard patrol around the carpark. I still do the usual head-in parking with full locked steering and steering lock.

 

I just taxi or train around. 

 

But then again...I was driving a saab... so take that as an additional security measure.

How was swiss garden? i also will jus park there whole time, jus taxi around. any other hotels u tried?

 

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How was swiss garden? i also will jus park there whole time, jus taxi around. any other hotels u tried?

 

Swiss Garden should be fine. the hotel has its own parking area. i ever stayed at a boutique hotel along Jalan Alor and Dorsett which is at Jalan Imbi. both have basement car parks.

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or Saab..... proven :XD:

 

You can try Grand Millenium. Very central location. Stayed there for 2 nights. Car parked at their underground carpark the whole time without issue. Got security guard patrol around the carpark. I still do the usual head-in parking with full locked steering and steering lock.

 

I just taxi or train around. 

 

But then again...I was driving a saab... so take that as an additional security measure.

 

Grand Mill is the one smack in the middle of the shopping centres ah? price difference with swiss garden is double, going for 5 days. but price isnt bad for a 5 star hotel in the shopping area

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Its very diff in sg and in msia, we know sg well, its homeground, plus theres a much higher chance of catching the culprit as compared to msia, msia is huge and they can be anywhere.

 

honestly wudnt u be worried to leave ur car a few days in msia?

 

Not true.

 

In Sg, once stolen, it is likely to become spare parts or goes into a container.

 

In MY, once stolen, it will be driven across border to PSA port & goes into a container ALSO.

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