Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hotel Residence near KLCC

Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur is a hotel near KLCC, nestled in the prestigious Bangsar South enclave, a fully integrated commercial and residential complex centrally located midway between KL, Petaling Jaya and Bangsar. The service apartment is situated in a haven of dining and shopping outlets, a short drive away from the brand new NEXUS mall and Mid Valley Mega Mall, amidst other amenities, including a 6-acre park.

Central Market

The official centre for Malaysian arts, culture and handicraft, this is one place you would not want to miss.

Little India, Brickfields

A bustling street of vendors selling colourful sarees, traditional Indian candies and savouries.

National Museum

Housing collections of national history, local culture and customs and natural history indoors, the museum also displays exhibits of the country’s artefacts.

Sultan Abul Samad Building

Named after the 4th Sultan of Selangor, it houses the Textile Museum today, and is beautifully lit up at night.

Independence Square

Merdeka Square has a special place in the hearts of Malaysians, as this was where the Union Jack was lowered for the last time in 1957 when Malaysia gained her independence.

National Mosque

Admire the architecture of this majestic mosque, which includes its 73-metre high minarets and 16-pointed stars.

Batu Caves

Climb its 272 steps and visit the three limestone caves, of which one houses a renowned cave temple.

Thean Hou Temple

This six-tiered Chinese temple is one of the largest Chinese temples in Southeast Asia with beautiful architecture and decorated with thousands of red lanterns.

KL Railway Station

Built in 1910 in Anglo-Mughal architectural style and designed by AB Hubback who was also the architect for many other famous buildings in Malaysia, railway enthusiasts and heritage lovers will appreciate the station building which contains a modest railway museum.

Jalan P. Ramlee

The city centre of Kuala Lumpur, along with some choice urban spots, comes alive at night as crowds of revellers and yuppies frequent its clubs, bars and pubs, especially those in Jalan P. Ramlee, Changkat Raja Chulan and Bukit Bintang.

Bukit Bintang

The city centre of Kuala Lumpur, along with some choice urban spots, comes alive at night as crowds of revellers and yuppies frequent its clubs, bars and pubs, especially those in Jalan P. Ramlee, Changkat Raja Chulan and Bukit Bintang.

Changkat Raja Chulan

The city centre of Kuala Lumpur, along with some choice urban spots, comes alive at night as crowds of revellers and yuppies frequent its clubs, bars and pubs, especially those in Jalan P. Ramlee, Changkat Raja Chulan and Bukit Bintang.

I-City

The place has a mesmerizing nightscape with over 1 million LED lights lit up, showcasing its amazing forest of man-made maple and pine trees.

Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman

Flanked by pre-war buildings, the street is closed to traffic every Saturday between 5pm and 10pm, to create a total shopping immersion experience where petty traders tout their wares in the open. 

KLCC Park

A 50-acre tropical landscape in the heart of KLCC, it features a children’s playground, symphony fountain, wading pool, jogging track, and several sculptures.

Perdana Botanical Garden (Lake Gardens)

Situated in the Heritage Park of Kuala Lumpur, this is a great place for a relaxing stroll while admiring the flora and fauna.

Titiwangsa Lake Garden

You would not be bored with the park’s offer of activities such as horseback riding, kite flying, canoeing, boating, jogging and aqua biking.

Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve

Originally home to the Malaysian tiger and elephants, this forest reserve still has monkeys, pythons, squirrels and monitor lizards, and is the only virgin tropical rainforest left in the city.

KL Orchid Garden

Located at the highest point of Perdana Botanical Gardens, it houses up to 800 species of orchids.

KL Bird Park

The park is well-known as the “World’s Largest Free-flight Walk-in Aviary”, offering 20 acres of verdant valley terrain to be explored.

KL Hibiscus Garden

Fringed by stately old trees, the garden showcases the various species of Malaysia’s national flower, the Bunga Raya (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis).

National Zoo

The zoo has more than 5,000 animals of 450 species

Jalan Alor

Food connoisseurs will enjoy this very unique food destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, a street that sleeps in the day and wakes up in the night. 

Mid Valley Megamall

With 1.7 sq ft retail space and 400 retail shops, this is more than just a shoppers’ paradise that promises to please everyone at home, from fashion to furnishings, cosmetics and healthcare, dining and entertainment, all under one roof. 

The Gardens Mall

Offering 6 levels of retail shopping experience, the mall is home to international luxury labels, local brands and renowned department stores, in addition to a tasteful medley of international cuisine, the latest in technology, a fascinating collection of home furnishings.

Sunway Pyramid

Architecturally spell-binding, the Egyptian-inspired Pyramid offers 4 floors of shopping that are seamlessly connected in a loop corridor, offering all-round splendour to shoppers as well as comfort and convenience.

Bangsar Village

Opened in 2004, Bangsar Village has over seventy specialty shops selected to cater to the everyday needs of the family.   

Suria KLCC Mall

Malaysia’s premier shopping destination located at Kuala Lumpur’s most prestigious commercial address – the Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Located in the trendy Bukit Bintang district, this is a retail haven with more than 500 shops offering the finest in fashion and home furnishings.

Fahrenheit88

Kuala Lumpur’s latest vibrant and iconic shopping destination for young urbanites, it has more than 200 retail and F&B outlets.

Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown)

This is a shopper’s paradise if you are keen to bargain your way to some cheap things, ranging from clothes and fabrics to souvenirs and electronic items.

KidZania

Kidzania Kuala Lumpur is an indoor family edutainment centre, which offers interactive learning and entertainment for kids.

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art oceanarium showcasing over 5,000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures sprawled over 60,000 square feet.

Petronas Philharmonic Hall

It is home to the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and is Malaysian’s concert hall devoted specifically to classical music. 

National Art Gallery

With its blend of traditional Malay architecture and contemporary features, it is one of the most popular art venues in the region.

Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur

Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia

No. 5 Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South City
59200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60 3 2386 0888
Fax: +60 3 2386 0889

Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

    • Supermarket (10-minute walk)
    • Café (3-minute walk)
    • Food and Beverage outlets (Restaurants, Bar and Grill) (3-minute walk)
    • Nail Parlor (5-minute walk)
    • Hair Salon (5-minute walk)
    • Nexus Convention Centre (3-minute walk)
    • Life Care Medical Centre (1-minute walk)
    • 24 hours convenient store (8-minute walk)
  • Getting to Capri by Fraser Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia

    Capri by Faser, Kuala Lumpur is accessible via the Federal Highway, NPE Highway, Sprint Highway, LDP Highway and Kerinchi Link.

    By Car

    • From the KLIA international airport, drive-time is 45 minutes.

    By KLIA Express Train

    • Take a 28 minutes ride to KL Sentral and then hop onto any of the taxis at the arrival hall or you can opt to ride the LRT Kelana Jaya Line to University Station where Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur is just 10 minutes walk away.

    By Taxi

    • If proceeding directly from KLIA international airport, or after taking the airport transport to the city centre, instruct the taxi driver to take you to Bangsar South. Once at Bangsar South, Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur is visibly standing tall at 5 Jalan Kerinchi.
  • About Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur, often abbreviated as KL, is both the capital city of Malaysia as well as the country’s epicentre for culture, financial services and economic development. Ethnically diverse, KL is a cosmopolitan city with sky scrapers that are modern yet full of heritage as evident in its many building architectures.

    A city uniquely blended with vibrancy, culture and heritage, KL is one of the most vital cities in Asia well-loved for its shopping, gastronomic experiences and ease of moving around. Whether it is sightseeing, international sports events, business conventions, musical performances or golfing, KL brings the best of East and West in a city with a rich local character.

  • Essential facts of Kuala Lumpur

    Language

    Bahasa Melayu , English

    Time Difference

    GMT +8 hours

    Visa

    Refer http://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/main-services/visa/visa-requirement-by-country

    Currency

    Malaysia Ringgit (MYR)

    Shopping

    Suria KLCC, Avenue K, Pavilion, Lot 10, Sungei Wang Plaza, Fahrenheit 88

    VAT/GST: 6%

    Gratuity

    Business Hours

    Most business hours are from 09:00 to 17:00 hours.

    Eating Out

    Hard Rock Café KL, Souled Out, Suria KLCC, Beach Club, Changkat Raja Chulan

    Telephone Network

    Local calls can be made from public phones using coins or prepaid card. International calls can also be made using phone cards or at any Telekom office.

    Health

    Vaccines are recommended for Poliomyelitis (childhood booster), Tetanus (childhood booster), Typhoid (food & water borne diseases), and Hepatitis A (food & water borne diseases).

    For those venturing outside cities and towns, further recommended vaccines include Hepatitis B, Rabies, Japanese B Encephalitis, Tuberculosis and Meningitis. For those visiting Sabah and Sarawak, Malaria prophylaxis is strongly recommended.

    If you are coming from, or have recently travelled in, South America or sub-Saharan Africa you must present a certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever upon arrival in Malaysia.

    Electricity

    Voltage is 220-240 volt AC at 50 cycles per second. Malaysia uses standard 3-pin square plugs and sockets.

    Public Holidays:

    • New Year’s Day
    • Maulidur Rasul
    • Federal Territory Day (Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur and Labuan only)
    • Chinese New Year
    • Labour Day
    • Wesak
    • King's Birthday
    • Hari Raya Aidilfitri
    • Independence Day (Hari Merdeka)
    • Malaysia Day
    • Hari Raya Aidiladha
    • Deepavali (except Labuan and Sarawak)
    • Awal Muharram
    • Christmas

Location

Central Market

The official centre for Malaysian arts, culture and handicraft, this is one place you would not want to miss.

Little India, Brickfields

A bustling street of vendors selling colourful sarees, traditional Indian candies and savouries.

National Museum

Housing collections of national history, local culture and customs and natural history indoors, the museum also displays exhibits of the country’s artefacts.

Sultan Abul Samad Building

Named after the 4th Sultan of Selangor, it houses the Textile Museum today, and is beautifully lit up at night.

Independence Square

Merdeka Square has a special place in the hearts of Malaysians, as this was where the Union Jack was lowered for the last time in 1957 when Malaysia gained her independence.

National Mosque

Admire the architecture of this majestic mosque, which includes its 73-metre high minarets and 16-pointed stars.

Batu Caves

Climb its 272 steps and visit the three limestone caves, of which one houses a renowned cave temple.

Thean Hou Temple

This six-tiered Chinese temple is one of the largest Chinese temples in Southeast Asia with beautiful architecture and decorated with thousands of red lanterns.

KL Railway Station

Built in 1910 in Anglo-Mughal architectural style and designed by AB Hubback who was also the architect for many other famous buildings in Malaysia, railway enthusiasts and heritage lovers will appreciate the station building which contains a modest railway museum.

Jalan P. Ramlee

The city centre of Kuala Lumpur, along with some choice urban spots, comes alive at night as crowds of revellers and yuppies frequent its clubs, bars and pubs, especially those in Jalan P. Ramlee, Changkat Raja Chulan and Bukit Bintang.

Bukit Bintang

The city centre of Kuala Lumpur, along with some choice urban spots, comes alive at night as crowds of revellers and yuppies frequent its clubs, bars and pubs, especially those in Jalan P. Ramlee, Changkat Raja Chulan and Bukit Bintang.

Changkat Raja Chulan

The city centre of Kuala Lumpur, along with some choice urban spots, comes alive at night as crowds of revellers and yuppies frequent its clubs, bars and pubs, especially those in Jalan P. Ramlee, Changkat Raja Chulan and Bukit Bintang.

I-City

The place has a mesmerizing nightscape with over 1 million LED lights lit up, showcasing its amazing forest of man-made maple and pine trees.

Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman

Flanked by pre-war buildings, the street is closed to traffic every Saturday between 5pm and 10pm, to create a total shopping immersion experience where petty traders tout their wares in the open. 

KLCC Park

A 50-acre tropical landscape in the heart of KLCC, it features a children’s playground, symphony fountain, wading pool, jogging track, and several sculptures.

Perdana Botanical Garden (Lake Gardens)

Situated in the Heritage Park of Kuala Lumpur, this is a great place for a relaxing stroll while admiring the flora and fauna.

Titiwangsa Lake Garden

You would not be bored with the park’s offer of activities such as horseback riding, kite flying, canoeing, boating, jogging and aqua biking.

Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve

Originally home to the Malaysian tiger and elephants, this forest reserve still has monkeys, pythons, squirrels and monitor lizards, and is the only virgin tropical rainforest left in the city.

KL Orchid Garden

Located at the highest point of Perdana Botanical Gardens, it houses up to 800 species of orchids.

KL Bird Park

The park is well-known as the “World’s Largest Free-flight Walk-in Aviary”, offering 20 acres of verdant valley terrain to be explored.

KL Hibiscus Garden

Fringed by stately old trees, the garden showcases the various species of Malaysia’s national flower, the Bunga Raya (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis).

National Zoo

The zoo has more than 5,000 animals of 450 species

Jalan Alor

Food connoisseurs will enjoy this very unique food destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, a street that sleeps in the day and wakes up in the night. 

Mid Valley Megamall

With 1.7 sq ft retail space and 400 retail shops, this is more than just a shoppers’ paradise that promises to please everyone at home, from fashion to furnishings, cosmetics and healthcare, dining and entertainment, all under one roof. 

The Gardens Mall

Offering 6 levels of retail shopping experience, the mall is home to international luxury labels, local brands and renowned department stores, in addition to a tasteful medley of international cuisine, the latest in technology, a fascinating collection of home furnishings.

Sunway Pyramid

Architecturally spell-binding, the Egyptian-inspired Pyramid offers 4 floors of shopping that are seamlessly connected in a loop corridor, offering all-round splendour to shoppers as well as comfort and convenience.

Bangsar Village

Opened in 2004, Bangsar Village has over seventy specialty shops selected to cater to the everyday needs of the family.   

Suria KLCC Mall

Malaysia’s premier shopping destination located at Kuala Lumpur’s most prestigious commercial address – the Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Located in the trendy Bukit Bintang district, this is a retail haven with more than 500 shops offering the finest in fashion and home furnishings.

Fahrenheit88

Kuala Lumpur’s latest vibrant and iconic shopping destination for young urbanites, it has more than 200 retail and F&B outlets.

Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown)

This is a shopper’s paradise if you are keen to bargain your way to some cheap things, ranging from clothes and fabrics to souvenirs and electronic items.

KidZania

Kidzania Kuala Lumpur is an indoor family edutainment centre, which offers interactive learning and entertainment for kids.

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art oceanarium showcasing over 5,000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures sprawled over 60,000 square feet.

Petronas Philharmonic Hall

It is home to the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and is Malaysian’s concert hall devoted specifically to classical music. 

National Art Gallery

With its blend of traditional Malay architecture and contemporary features, it is one of the most popular art venues in the region.

Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur

Address: No. 5 Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur | Tel: +60 3 2386 0888 |
Fax:
+60 3 2386 0889 | reservations.kualalumpur@capribyfraser.com

Address: No. 5 Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South City 59200 Kuala Lumpur |
Tel: +60 3 2386 0888 | Fax: +60 3 2386 0889 |
reservations.kualalumpur@
capribyfraser.com

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