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Set against one of the most prestigious and romantic neighborhoods of Kuala Lumpur, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur
overlooks Malaysia′s largest and oldest park, the Lake Gardens, and other heritage landmarks of the National Museum,
Parliament House and Carcosa Seri Negara.


Designated as Kuala Lumpur′s most important transportation hub, KL Sentral offers global connectivity and accessibility via the KLIA Airport Express, the Monorail, the Light Rail Transit (LRT) and the upcoming underground Mass Rail Transit (MRT).


The National Museum was built in 1963 and is an architectural heritage of palatial structures based on classical Malay forms.
It serves as a repository of Malaysia′s rich and diverse culture and heritage, and as a center of knowledge of the country′s legendary past. The façade of the National Museum reveals 2 murals depicting scenes of the country.


The Malaysian Houses of Parliament were commissioned by Malaysia′s first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman and were officially opened in 1963. It is here that the Lower House of Representatives and the Senate assemble to make new laws and to amend old ones.


Lake Gardens is Malaysia′s oldest and largest park at 227 acres with 18,000 indigenous plants, trees and flowers, and incorporate
the National Monument, The Forest Research Institute and the Deer, Bird and Butterfly Park.


Integral to the development and history of Malaysia, Carcosa Seri Negara served as the official residence of Malaya′s first
Resident-General, Sir Frank Swettenham
upon its completion in 1904. With Malaya′s independence in 1957, Carcosa Seri Negara became the official residence of the British High Commissioner. In 1987, Carcosa Seri Negara was returned to the Government of Malaysia together with its 16 hectares of garden and lawns. It subsequently was host to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during the meeting of the commonwealth nations in 1989.