Grab This Traveloka Promotion For Merdeka and Malaysia Day Month
Heads up on school holidays next month, so you’d better start planning now! And if you’re planning on visiting Kuala Lumpur (or planning a staycation if you actually live in the city), you should make use of the Traveloka promotion running from now until 30 September 2022.
To mark Malaysia’s typically two-month-long Merdeka and Malaysia Day celebrations, the travel booking app and website has a Traveloka promotion to encourage travellers to show their appreciation for Malaysia by visiting Kuala Lumpur, the nation’s capital city. This promotion can be booked on their website as well as on their mobile phone app.
The Traveloka Promotion You Need This Month
When: Book between 8 August 2022 and 30 September 2022.
Where: Hotels around Klang Valley
So what is the Traveloka promotion: Enjoy up to 30% off bookings for hotels and attractions around Klang Valley
Got any extra discount, ah: Receive RM100 off when you spend a minimum of RM380 on hotel bookings by using the discount code: YAYSTAYCAY
Just remember all these pointers above to make sure you make the best out of this promotion. If you’re wondering where to go, here are some suggestions below.
Things To Do Around Klang Valley
Check out these activities you can do around the Klang Valley – which covers the cities of Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and surrounding areas. Then, book a nearby hotel to save travelling time and enjoy a nice getaway! Take your pick from some of our suggestions:
- Enjoy some shopping and theme park fun at Berjaya Times Square in the Bukit Bintang area – there are numerous hotels to choose from in this area to suit any budget.
- Grab a cuppa and some grub at Sunbather Coffee in the relatively newly developed Bangsar South area (we’re pretending the last two years didn’t exist for this post since we didn’t go out much). There are plenty of new-ish hotels to book around here, too. What’s good about staying here for your getaway is that it is SUPER-ACCESSIBLE via the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) network. It’s close to Mid Valley Megamall KL, if you’re into that sort of thing.
- Enjoy nature and/or adrenaline-inducing activities at Kuala Kubu Bharu! If you’re looking for a peaceful and calming weekend, this sleepy town is perfect for a slow and intentional getaway. However, if you’re on the lookout for extreme experiences, they have that, too! We’re talking paragliding, white water rafting and rope-swinging 1400 feet above sea level. Intrigued? Just check out our article here for more on what to do in Kuala Kubu Bharu.
Wherever you choose to go or do, we wish you Happy Holidays and have a safe trip!
*Main image from The Kuala Lumpur Journal.
A football enthusiast and a casual gamer, Izzat Nizar has a soft spot for linguistics. Very much interested in different dialects and slangs around the world , he refrains from being a ‘Grammar Nazi’ while observing the way people use language in their daily lives. He has added to his experience in writing with his recent involvement in writing articles for Tourism Malaysia and Convergence by Malaysia Airports.