Hotel in Golden Triangle Kuala Lumpur

Hotel in Kuala Lumpur
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Where to Dine in Golden Triangle Kuala Lumpur

The Golden Triangle is often seen as a dining heaven in Malaysia. We are more than proud to go through several restaurants from our experience.

Frangipani is located at Changkat Bukit Bintang. If you’re looking for ambiance, Frangipani is the height of sophistication. With a skylight above the poolside tables, this is the place to see and to be seen. Try their house specialties and homemade ice cream. After dinner, head upstairs to the bar, but sip your cocktail slowly, the elegance of Frangipani does not come cheap. But if authentic French cuisine is what you wish to taste then this place certainly is second to none.

Eden Village is located at Jalan Raja Chulan. This eatery is well known for its sumptuous seafood. Located on the edge of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, it is a little quieter compared to the past. The wooden architecture and beautiful carvings add a rustic Asian feel to the place. Many traditional art pieces adorn the walls and you can be assured of privacy, as the place is very spacious. Its specialties include lobster, tiger prawns and shark’s fin with crab roe seafood platter.

Finally Ciao is sited in Jalan Tun Razak. Here you will find friendly staff, good service and great food. This place exudes elegance with a simple interior. The focus is on the cuisine although the starched tablecloths and shiny cutlery gives the place a sense of class. Here you can taste authentic Italian salami and Parma ham in the antipasto plate. Most of the main courses are excellent–special credit goes to the mixed deep fried seafood. Ciao is famous for its almost legendary pana cotta and other specialties, including Il piatto del Ciao, home-made squid ink fettuccine, pizzas and lemon tart. Specialty coffees are also available. You will get to taste fine wines from all over the world to go with the great food.


Please be informed that Malaysia is implementing a TOURISM TAX of RM10.00 for hotel room rates on a per-room per-night basis for non-Malaysian. The implementation date is / was on 1st September 2017. This is in addition to the existing 10% Service Charge and prevailing Goods & Services Tax (GST).

You may obtain further information on Tourism Tax from the Royal Malaysian Custom Department website at