Why you should stay in a Sungai Buloh hotel
Opting for a hotel in Sungai Buloh places you in an increasingly important business mecca for executives travelling to Petaling Jaya. Located conveniently on the Kuala Selangor Expressway, its name means 'bamboo river' in Malay. Surrounded by streams and waterfalls in a lush valley, this beach settlement was originally founded as a rehabilitation centre, and its healing properties are still apparent today.
What can I discover around my hotel in Sungai Buloh?
Sungai Buloh is an important Malaysian transit destination. The depot here was built at the site of the Rubber Research Insititute of Malaysia. Some of Malaysia's pioneer food bloggers hail from Petaling Jaya, which is known for delicacies such as the delicious Hakka Pancake.
What will my business experience be like?
Business travellers staying at Sungai Buloh hotels will find several important conference centres in Petaling Jaya, including the iSpace Training Centre and the ATCEN Learning Centre. There are business events every day, covering universal business topics such as marketing, entrepreneurship, and transformational leadership, along with a good supply of networking events to help you connect with the local business community. Due to the area's fantastic infrastructure connections, it is home to a wide range of international businesses and start-ups, such as the corporate offices of Facebook and Groupon Malaysia. The Malaysian Rubber Board is also headquartered here. While TSB Commercial Centre is well equipped and strategically located to support effective business activities, Sungai Buloh's business hotels are equally convenient, modern, and luxurious.
What can I do in my free time around my Sungai Buloh hotel?
After a long day in the office, step out of your Sungai Buloh hotel to indulge in a restorative trip to Petaling Jaya's remarkable Wetland Reserve, a coastal paradise. The reserve, Singapore's first ASEAN (Association for Southeast Asian Nations) Heritage Park, is a site of international importance for migratory birds. Visit one of the fantastic markets in the city and sample the delicate and richly spiced local flavours, or take a walking tour of the famous Batu Caves, which boast stunning waterfalls and hot springs. For an unforgettable experience, join an organised picnic in Sungai Congkak Forest, where you can watch the sun set over the city while making new friends and dining on local dishes.