Getting to Oriental Heritage House is easy.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport there is a shuttle bus to Batu 3 Jalan Ipoh Bus Station. The fee is only MYR12 per trip (around 2-3 euro’s) . Oriental Heritage House is a 15 minutes walk, or a short taxi ride from here, taxi would cost approx MYR 2-5 (less than a euro) and can easily be flagged down from the station.
From KL Sentral or Kuala Lumpur Station take the KTM Kommuter on the Batu Cave line, getting off at Sentul, it is only 3-4 stops and takes around 15 minutes. The trains during the weekday at peak times are generally every 15 minutes, or half an hour in the evening, at the cost of MYR1.80 per person. From the station it is only a short walk to Oriental Heritage House through a wonderful local park, beautifully lit in the nighttime. Alternatively taxi’s are generally available outside the front of the station.
Landmarks include Sentul Park, Putra Majestik, and the large HSBC branch.
Public Bus services is about 5 minutes walk to the main road and connect to to most of the major tourist hot-spots and citywide attractions.
Taxi and Uber Services are easily accessible.
Most places of interests are within 6-8km. Each ride by Uber is between Rm10-14.
Oriental Heritage House, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
Located in the cultural hub of the city, the house is in a relaxed neighbourhood with a great range of local amenities and attractions, all within walking distance. The neighbourhood is perfect for those who want to experience an authentic Malaysian lifestyle, whilst still being near enough to the city centre to take in all the major tourist attractions.
There are a number of local cafes, bakeries small shops, supermarkets and a small shopping centre within five minutes walk. Also nearby is a a large park, home to Kuala Lumpur’s Performing Arts Centre.
As well as grocery stores the house is only a street away from a variety of local restauraunts, and number of hawker stalls selling great value food. Most of these vendors have not changed hands in up to 70 years, maintaining the culture and traditions passed down through generations, truly making your stay an authentic experience.
A short walk away is the main road, where very frequent buses are available to take you directly to Chinatown, or other central Kuala Lumpur attractions such as the Petronas Towers. As well as this there is a large train station around ten to fifteen minutes walk away which is two stops away from Chinatown and three from Batu Caves. Fares for both cost around RM 2 per person. Alternatively an Uber taxi costs around 3-5 dollars or RM 10-15 to take you most central locations, and are always readily available.