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Venue Details

Connexion Conference & Event Centre (CCEC) is connected to VE Hotel & Residence, located in Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur.

VE Hotel & Residence invites you into a world of tranquility and comfort, where we believe in prioritising the essentials, offering modern 4-Star accommodation, convenient connectivity, thoughtful facilities, attentive service and all the benefits of a strategic location.

Venture beyond the city centre and discover a truly enriching stay, where we constantly evolve to meet guests’ needs so that you can live every moment with us well.

With a great location in Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur, VE Hotel & Residence is part of a dynamic commercial and lifestyle hub which is conveniently close to KL Sentral. Step outside to enjoy the bustling energy or venture out to explore Mid Valley City and other top attractions just minutes away.

Experience Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur fondly known as KL, is a modern and bustling city and is one of the region's most properous capitals. KL consists of a melting pot of cultures infused together and boasts a variety of attractions such as interesting heritage sites, shopping, entertainment, nature and adventure.

Here are some attractions you would not want to miss while you are here in Kuala Lumpur.

Attractions

Petronas Twin
Towers

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The 452 metres tall Petronas Twin Towers is the tallest Twin Towers in the world.

At the base of the Petronas Twin Towers is Suria KLCC, which is a shopping mall that is very popular among tourists. Tourists can also take a stroll along the beautiful landscaped KLCC Park, which is located at the side of the twin towers, where it features a jogging track, walking paths, water fountain and a wading pool for children.

Besides the mall and the park, there are also other attractions such as the Aquaria KLCC, Petronas Art Gallery and Petrosains Science Center inside the Petronas Twin Towers.

Batu Caves

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Batu Caves is an iconic and most frequented tourist attraction in Kuala Lumpur.

It is a limestone hill comprising 3 major caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. Outside Batu Caves stands the world's tallest golden statue of Lord Murugan, a Hindu Deity, at 42.7 metres tall.

The attraction of Batu Caves includes the steep 272 steps climb up to finally view the stunning skyline of the city centre. Along your way up, you will see lots of monkey frolic around the caves.

Malaysian Food

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Food can be considered as the national obsession. It is not uncommon to be greeted by the phrase "Sudah makan?" which means "Have you eaten?". Malaysian food is heavily influenced by Thai, Chinese, Indonesian and Indian cuisine. As elsewhere in Asia, rice is an essential staple. Some of the popular Malaysian food are Nasi Lemak, Char Kuey Teow, Roti Canai and Curry laksa. Our local delicacies will definitely tantalise your tastebuds.

National Museum

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The National Museum of Malaysia is a beautiful building characterized by traditional Malay Minangkabau-style architecture which stands in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur. It displays an excellent introduction to Malaysian's history, economy, geography, arts, crafts and culture.

International Travel Regulation for Malaysia - effective 1st April 2022

Entry Eligibility

  • Non-Malaysians may enter Malaysia without prior approval from the Malaysian authorities (i.e., MyTravelPass / MyEntry not required).
  • Hong Kong and Macao passport holders may enter Malaysia visa-free for up to 30 days. For visa requirements for foreign nationals, refer to https://bit.ly/3J3JMQN. For visa enquiries, contact our immigration section at hongkong@imi.gov.my

COVID-19 Testing and Quarantine

COVID-19 Vaccination Status Pre-Departure Test Required
(within 48 hours of departure
to Malaysia)
Upon Arrival to Malaysia
(within 24 hours of arrival
in Malaysia)
Quarantine Required
Fully Vaccinated with/without Booster Dose (18 years & above) Negative RT-PCR test result Professional RTK-Ag test None
Fully vaccinated and recently infected with Covid-19 (within 60 days of departure to Malaysia) (18 years & above) Negative RTK-Ag test Professional RTK-Ag test None
17 years of age and under (vaccinated / unvaccinated) Negative RT-PCR test result Professional RTK-Ag test None
Partially or not fully vaccinated (18 years & above) Negative RT-PCR test result Professional RTK-Ag test

Quarantine for 5 days. PCR Test on Day 4 and RTK-Ag test of Day 5.

Apply for Home Quarantine Here: https://ecovid19.moh.gov.my/outbreak-portal-hqa/traveller/hqareg or in the "Traveller" icon of the MySejahtera App. Check on your application status here: https://ecovid19.moh.gov.my/outbreak-portal-hqa/hqa/downloadLetter

Those who are not approved for home quarantine orchoose to quarantine at a designated quarantine hotel may make their Quarantine Hotel Booking at https://safetravel.myeg.com.my/. Please present your quarantine hotel booking upon arrival in Malaysia

Not vaccinated due to medical reasons Negative RT-PCR test result Professional RTK-Ag test None (case-by-case basis). Please present proof of medical exemption from vaccination.

Traveller's Checklist

  • Take a pre-departure COVID-19 RT-PCR test within 48 hours of departure.
    • Travellers aged seven (7) years and above must take RT-PCR test two days before departure to Malaysia and upload the results on MySejahtera. Exceptions are given to travellers six (6) years and below (based on year of birth).
    • Post COVID-19 patient with infection between 6 to 60 days before departure must undergo a professional RTK Antigen test 2 days before departure.
  • Purchase COVID-19 medical insurance with a minimum value of USD 20,000.
  • Download and update the MySejahtera app before departing for Malaysia. Travellers may refer here for Guidelines to Install and Register MySejahtera.
  • Fill up the digital pre-departure form via the "Traveller" icon on MySejahtera
  • Verify your digital COVID-19 vaccine certificate at mysafetravel.gov.my.
    • Fully vaccinated travellers will be issued a "Digital Traveller's Card" and it will be reflected on their MySejahtera app.
    • Partially or unvaccinated travellers will be issued a digital Home Surveillance Order (HSO) and it will be reflected on their MySejahtera app.
    • Travellers who do not have a traveller card display or HSO instructions on MySejahtera app are not allowed to continue their journey.
  • Professional Rapid Antigen Test (RTK-Ag) within 24 hours of arrival at either a private health facility or clinics approved by MOH. The RTK-Ag test results will be displayed in MySejahtera.

Additional Information:

  • Travellers should also check with their airlines to ensure they comply with airlines-specific Covid-19-related policies prior to boarding.
  • You may book your professional RTK-Ag test to be done on-arrival at the airport in Malaysia here: https://airport.doctor2u.my/

Exit Requirements

  1. Travellers are to refer to destination country travel rules and Official Portal of Immigration Department of Malaysia to understand the specific requirements (such as COVID-19 testing or quarantine measures) as these may differ according to each country's own risk assessments
  2. Passengers are advised to download and update their MySejahtera app. Only those with MySejahtera 'Low Risk' status in the profile will be allowed to continue their journey.
  3. Unvaccinated travellers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by fully vaccinated parents or guardians.
  4. Travellers who have recovered from COVID-19 can travel provided they provide a negative COVID-19 test result.
    (Note: Please refer to respective arrival country's acceptance of Post COVID-19 Passengers.)

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