Venue & Hospitality
Welcome to the Official Attendee Housing Site for 14th International Conference and Exhibition on Targeting Diabetes and Novel Therapeutics which will be held in the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar
Address: No.1, Jalan Pantai Jaya, Tower 3 59200
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TEL: +60 (3) 2298 1815
FAX: +60 (3) 2298 1902 / 1904
Conference Dates: October 17-18, 2016
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Driving Directions to
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport:
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport drive towards ELITE highway and exit at no 607 until you reach Putrajaya Utama toll. Take the Maju Expressway (E20) and exit at 2003 at Kucai Lama Interchange. Continue with New Pantai Expressway (E10), exit at Pan. Airport Transfer from hotel is available from MYR245 per way.
Kuala Lumpur (KL) is the federal capital and the largest city in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur is a sprawling city and its residential suburbs seem to go on forever. The city proper is a Federal Territory has an area of 243 km2 (94 sq mi) which consists of the city center and its surrounding urban areas, managed by the KL City Hall. It also merges with the adjacent satellite cities of Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Shah Alam, Klang, Port Klang, Ampang, Selayang/Rawang, Kajang, Puchong, and Sepang, all in the state of Selangor, which enclaves KL, and all with their separate local authorities, creating a huge metropolis called Greater Kuala Lumpur, or more commonly, Klang Valley. It is Home to the Petronas Twin Towers, it is a shopping paradise with some of Southeast Asia’s largest shopping malls, housing the world’s top brands, and street markets where you can get one-of-a-kind items.
It is Malaysia’s sultry capital packed with historic monuments, steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks, mega-sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and trendy nightspots. Also an essential part of the vibrant mix is incense-wreathed, colourfully adorned mosques and temples of the country’s Malay, Chinese and Indian communities. A reverence for these ancient cultures is balanced with a drive to be plugged into the contemporary world, as evidenced by an exciting contemporary art and design scene and a buzzing digital economy.
In KL, it's all about the food – this city offers a mouth-watering mix of Asian culinary traditions. Start with a breakfast of fresh popiah and congee at Imbi Market, seguing into a snack of freshly made roti and spicy chicken curry at Jln Belfield's SS Spicy Food stalls. Move onto Chinatown for a must-have bowl of asam laksa on Madras Lane. Save room for afternoon tea somewhere nice and for supper on Jln Alor – the perfect end to a KL dining day.
Today's KLites are separated by barely a handful of generations from the tenacious Chinese and Malay tin prospectors who founded the city, carving it out of virgin jungle. By the time the British made it the capital of Peninsular Malaysia in the late 19th century, erecting the grand colonial buildings that continue to stand proud, KL had only been in existence for a couple of decades.
Since then, the city has been the scene of history-defining moments for Malaysia. Stadium Merdeka was where, in 1957, the country’s first Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman punched his fist seven times in the air and declared independence. And the iconic Petronas Towers were officially the tallest buildings in the world when they opened in 1998.