Qliq Damansara Hotel is located smack dab in the middle of the Golden Triangle of Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, a super-modern, always-bustling hub for business, entertainment and pleasure with a sprinkle of nature’s wonders to slow your pulse and soothe your minds. Just a hop, skip and a jump away from our hotel near The Curve is a shopping paradise that includes Ikea and 1 Utama, the world’s seventh-largest mall, that offers some of the biggest names in fashion, while sports aficionados can enjoy the adjacent skating rink and climbing gym.
0.2 km to Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC)
0.6 km to Empire City ice skating rink
1.2 km to Ikea
1.2 km to KidZania
0.9 km to the Curve shopping mall
3.6 km to 1 Utama shopping mall
3.7 km to Bandar Utama 9 Hole Golf Course
10 km to Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club
14 km to Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)
18 km to Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
62 km to Kuala Lumpur International Airport
The Bamboo Playhouse is a public pavilion located in Kuala Lumpur’s oldest and arguably, most picturesque park – the Perdana Botanical Gardens (Taman Tasik Perdana). The pavilion itself is situated on a small island in a large lake that stretches through the centre of the park. The use of bamboo in contemporary buildings is very rare in Malaysia and this building explores its potential as a sustainable building material.
Celebrate the best of Indian traditions at Kuala Lumpur’s very own Little India. Easily accessible via public transportation, the paved streets of Brickfields are almost always full of locals going around searching for everything authentically Indian. Whether you are looking for Indian spices, the latest Bollywood movies, beautiful flower garlands, embroidered textiles or accessories, this colourful neighbourhood will not disappoint you. If you are tired from all the walking, Brickfields is home to many massage centers. The massage services are usually offered by the visually-impaired community and prices are in the affordable range.
Set aside some time to wander the ever-bustling Chow Kit Wet Market. This hidden gem is located minutes away from the Chow Kit monorail station and is one of the oldest and popular wet markets in Kuala Lumpur. On most days, one can easily bargain with the vendors and buy fresh local produce at highly affordable prices. The market also has rows of stalls selling bags, clothes, shoes and other essentials. Opening hours for the market begins as early as 6am. The market closes in the afternoon and opens again at 5pm, so make sure you plan your visits accordingly.
Chiling Waterfall is one of the most spectacular and impressive waterfalls in Selangor. To get there you need to walk for about an hour and wade across the Chiling River five times so you need to have a sense of adventure and not mind getting wet. When you finally reach the waterfall (actually three falls) it is well worth the effort. Chiling Waterfall is located in a reserve called the Sungai Chiling Fish Sanctuary, a fisheries research project run by the Selangor State Fisheries Department.
Kanching Rainforest Waterfall is set in a forest reserve of nearly 500 hectares in the Rawang district just north of Kuala Lumpur. Its close proximity to the city makes this forest park a very popular spot for picnics, camping, swimming and jungle walking especially at weekends. The park is also popular with photographers who like to try out their talents at snapping fast moving water.