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RuMa Hotel and Residences

Exquisite accommodation in central location

RuMa means Home – make this stunning hotel your home in KL.

Discover Malaysian heritage in contemporary comfort at the RuMa, your urban sanctuary, just steps from the Petronas Twin Towers.

Rooms: The RuMa Hotel and Residences in Kuala Lumpur redefine luxury with its well-appointed rooms. Each room is a sanctuary of modern elegance, featuring stylish furnishings and panoramic views of the city's iconic skyline. The design seamlessly combines comfort and contemporary aesthetics, ensuring a tranquil and lavish stay.

Location: Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle, The RuMa enjoys a prime location that's central to the city's major attractions. It's a short walk from the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and the bustling Bukit Bintang shopping and entertainment district. The hotel is an ideal hub for exploring the vibrant culture and diverse culinary scene of the city.

Amenities: The RuMa offers an array of amenities to enhance guests' experiences. The hotel boasts a spa, fitness centre, and a breathtaking rooftop pool that overlooks the city's skyline. Dining at ATAS, their in-house restaurant, is a culinary journey, showcasing locally sourced and sustainable ingredients, providing a gastronomic delight.

Activities: Guests can immerse themselves in cultural experiences, such as traditional tea ceremonies and culinary masterclasses. For those seeking relaxation, the spa offers a range of rejuvenating treatments. The RuMa also hosts various events and art exhibitions, allowing guests to connect with local culture and artistry.

Sustainability: The RuMa is dedicated to sustainability, following eco-friendly practices. They prioritize energy conservation and waste reduction while promoting responsible sourcing of ingredients. The hotel supports local communities through various initiatives and strives to minimize its environmental impact. Sustainability is a core principle at The RuMa, ensuring responsible tourism and a commitment to the well-being of the environment and society.

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When to go to Malaysia

Discover the best times to visit Malaysia with this guide

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January

January is a great time go snorkelling in Langkawi or explore the streets of Penang. Weather is consistently warm and dry on the west coast of the Malaysian peninsula. Kuala Lumpur and the central highlands are humid but pleasant. Avoid the east coast as the monsoon season persists until March.

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February

Kuala Lumpur and/or Penang are a must in February in order to see the incredible Chinese New Year celebrations. Red and gold decorations are hung about temples and shopping plazas, as well as beautiful animal statues representing the relevant zodiac.

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March

March is the month for cultural festivals in Malaysia, with the famous Thaipusam festival taking place in Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur. This Hindu festival sees devotees performing extreme acts of devotion, making for a unique and unforgettable experience.

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April

April sees the blooming of wildflowers in the Cameron Highlands, a scenic hill station known for its tea plantations and stunning vistas. This is the perfect time to explore the region’s natural beauty and indulge in some tea-tasting.

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May

May marks the beginning of the dry season in Sabah, perfect for outdoor adventures. Explore the Kinabalu National Park, climb the highest peak in Southeast Asia, or take a river cruise to spot proboscis monkeys and other wildlife.

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June

June is the start of the rainy season in Sarawak, but this also means the rainforests are lush and alive with wildlife. Explore the Mulu National Park, go caving, or visit the traditional longhouses of the indigenous tribes.

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July

July is the month for the George Town Festival in Penang, a month-long celebration of arts and culture. This is the perfect time to explore the island’s UNESCO-listed heritage sites and indulge in the famous Penang street food.

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August

August 31st marks Malaysia’s National Day, with parades and fireworks across the country. This is a great time to experience Malaysia’s patriotic spirit and learn more about its history.

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September

September marks the start of the harvest season in Sabah, with the famous Pesta Kaamatan festival celebrating the rice harvest. This is a great time to experience the culture of the Kadazandusun people and indulge in some traditional food.

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October

The west coast, including destinations like Penang and Langkawi, enjoys drier and sunnier conditions, making it an ideal time for beach holidays. On the east coast, you might still encounter some rain, but it's generally a good month for water activities like snorkelling and diving. In Kuala Lumpur, expect occasional rain showers and comfortable temperatures.

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November

In November, Malaysia experiences a tropical climate with varying conditions across the country. On the west coast, places like Penang and Langkawi typically enjoy drier and sunnier weather, making it an excellent time for beach getaways. The east coast, including places like Tioman Island, may have more rainfall, but it's still a good time for diving and snorkeling. In Kuala Lumpur, expect occasional rain showers and cooler temperatures.

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December

December marks the beginning of the Northeast Monsoon season in Malaysia. On the west coast, which includes places like Penang and Langkawi, you can expect heavy rainfall and rough seas, making it less favorable for beach activities. The east coast, on the other hand, experiences drier and sunnier weather. In Kuala Lumpur, you can anticipate occasional rain showers and cooler temperatures.

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