Mycrypt 2016 will be held at Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Malaysia.
The capital city of Malaysia, i.e. Kuala Lumpur offers various modes of public transportation, and is accessible internationally via its Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), serviced by a few regional airlines.
For instance, direct flight is available from KLIA to Hanoi (venue for Asiacrypt 2016) on some airlines including:
- Malaysia Airlines
- Vietnam Airlines
Attractions and facilities within walking distance:
Walkway entrance to overhead bridge/covered walkway to Pavillion and KLCC (300 meters from the hotel):
Here you can find money changer, ATMs, lounge and bars and international choice of food in foodcourt at basement. Walk through mall and exit main entrance to Bukit Bintang Street where you may find more shopping malls, eating places.
Petronas Twin Towers, Aquaria KLCC, Suria KLCC Mall and KLCC Park (20-25 minutes walk)
Petronas Twin Towers is one of the famous landmarks in Kuala Lumpur and is the tallest twin buildings in the world. Here you can also find a shopping mall with facilities such as money changer, ATMs, and lounge and bars and international choice of food. Enter the building to the left immediately at the end of the walkway to go to Aquaria.
From there walk through the building to get to KLCC mall or the park.
A malay traditional house 100 meters from the Hotel. Opens Monday-Saturday with guided tours at 1.00am and 3.00pm.
200 meters from the Hotel. Opens 10.00am-4.00pm. Showcases traditional and modern contemporary handicrafts products from across the country. Also sells authentic Malaysia craft products such as souvenirs, interior decorations, costume, jewellery, latest fashion textiles, as well as garden and landscape decorations. At the entrance there is a small eating place serving Malay dishes and snacks which opens from 10am to 8pm.
300 meters from the hotel. Serves Chinese food. Opens 12.00pm-3.00pm and 6.00pm-11.30pm
350 meters from the hotel. At street level there is a restaurant and a 7-eleven (open 24 hours).
300 meters from the hotel. At street level there are two banks with ATMs. Basement (around the corner) there is a bakery, a pharmacy and a tuckshop.
Famous with hawker stalls which mostly serve Chinese food.
Low Yatt Plaza
Computers and accessories.
Jalan Masjid India
Indian fashion and fabrics. Monorail: Raja Chulan – Bukit Nanas. LRT Kelana Jaya Line: Dang Wangi – Masjid Jamek.
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman (Adjacent to Jalan Masjid India)
Various fabric and Malay fashion including batik at Gaya Warisan Collection. Night market on Saturday nights 5.00pm – midnight: food, clothes, accessories. 500m from Medan Tuanku monorail station. Alternative: Monorail: Raja Chulan – Hang Tuah. LRT Seri Petaling Line: Hang Tuah – Bandaraya.
Crafts from various Asean countries. Monorail: Raja Chulan – Bukit Nanas. LRT Kelana Jaya Line: Dang Wangi – Central Market. Walk for 100m.
Getting around city centre:
9.00am-8.00pm (Last pick-up at 7.00pm). Tickets can be bought at MaTiC (Stop 1) or online.
Notes: Stop 6 is relocated to a bus stop in front of Sahara Tent, Jalan Sultan Ismail. Stop 7 is currently not operational.
Working Day : 6.00am – 11.00pm. Weekends and Holidays : 7.00am – 11.00pm
Going places by the monorail
Main events and shows:
Festival Gendang dan Tari (Dance and Drums Festival)
3 and 4 December at Dataran Merdeka. Monorail: Raja Chulan – Bukit Nanas. LRT Kelana Jaya Line: Dang Wangi – Masjid Jamek. About 300 meters walk to venue.