EV World Hotel Kajang, located in Kajang, is a popular choice for travelers. With its location just 30 km from the city center, Kuala Lumpur and 50 km from the airport, this 2-star hotel is suitable hotel for leisure and business traveler. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations such as Bukit Broga, Ostrich Wonderland, and many more.
At EV World Hotel Kajang, the excellent service and superior facilities make for an unforgettable stay. While lodging at this wonderful property, guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, free flow of coffee and tea, car park, and many more.
Kajang, the district capital of Hulu Langat, resides in the eastern part of Selangor, Malaysia. It is about 21 kilometers from the Federal State of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Kajang was founded in 1807 after the historic war of Klang and was made the capital of Hulu Langat because of its central location in the district. As a modern town, the prosperity of Kajang is partly contributed by coffee estates, which were active in end of the 19th century. The famous coffee estate was founded by two British brothers who also started the plantation of rubber in the country for commercial needs.
Things to do in Kajang
Kajang is famous for its Satay and is also known as “Satay Town” among the locals. Satay (sate) is basically skewered barbecued meat marinated in a special sauce. The most famous satay restaurant in the Kajang district is Haji Samuri, which has earned so much fame and name that now people can find its franchises in other cities of Malaysia too. Haji Samurai serves the best satay in town, which includes chicken, beef, lamb, and fish satay. In the entrance of the restaurant there is a large fish tank with beautiful fishes inside it, adding glamor to air-conditioned restaurant. Apart form this; tourists must visit Satay Gallery, which displays artifacts, recipes and history of Satay. While in Kajang, you can’t miss “The Song of Magpies”, it usually happens in early morning when people bring their magpies for bath and sit there to listen to their beautiful song.
Things to see in Kajang
Bustling Old Town is the center of Kajang; it is where all the roads meet. Most of the buildings were constructed in the early twentieth century. These shops, houses and buildings comprise of the mix traditional Chinese and European architecture. Tourists can enjoy the shop-houses, where the ground floors are shops and family resides on the upper floor. One of the landmarks of Kajang is the “Stadium Kajang”, it is located in the heart of town. It can accommodate around 5000 people and is used all year round for community football matches. “Masjid Kajang” is a jewel to the city, it is easily recognized by its bright yellow facade. A local wealthy man painted it, the mosque is blooming at nights with Islamic cultural activities.
Get in and Around in Kajang
Kajang is easily accessible by highways, which link it to Kuala Lumpur and other cities in the south. Tourists can visit it from train also; the train can be boarded from any KTM station in Kuala Lumpur. Buses are also available from 6 am in the morning to mid-night. Within the city itself, tourists can use taxis and local buses to get around in the city.
Kajang Hill Golf Club
Kajang Hill Golf Club, located just outside the town of Kajang in the state of Selangor, is a short 30 minute drive from Kuala Lumpur city center. The 7,148 yard championship golf course is a blend of Japanese and Malaysian landscaping and the garden-like attractiveness and well-maintained course conditions ensure an enjoyable and pleasant golf outing for golfers of all abilities.
Kajang Hill is made up of good-width and Bermuda-grassed fairways that are gently undulating and laced with strategic bunkering and occasional water hazards. The very good 9th and 18th holes wrap themselves around a picturesque small lake, before arriving at the same double-green.
Apart from the golf course itself, Kajang Hill Golf Club offers a nice variety of facilities including Jacuzzi and sauna, men’s and ladies’ changing rooms, pro-shop, and various dinning outlets offering Japanese, Malaysian, and Western food. This Malaysia golf course is ideal for those looking for an enjoyable and relaxing Kuala Lumpur golf experience.
If you are looking for somewhere different to take the kids one afternoon you could consider Ostrich Wonderland Showfarm, near Semenyih in Selangor. It’s really a commercial poultry farm whose core business is to raise exotic birds for meat but, as a sideline, it opens its doors to visitors. Besides ostriches, they farm guinea-fowl, turkeys, chickens and geese.
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|Type||Room Category||Walk – In|
|Superior||1 Queen Bed (Without Window)||79|
|Deluxe||1 Queen Bed||89|
|Super Deluxe||2 Single Beds||99|
|Executive||1 Queen + 1 Single Bed||119|
|Family||2 Queen Beds||139|
- Check-in Time : after 2.00pm; Check-out Time : before 12:00 noon.
- RM20 surcharge on peak season, RM30 surcharge on super peak.
- Reservation are held until 6:00pm, unless received payment in advance.
- Should you wish to extend your stay, please inform the reception before 10.00am.
- Any extension stay from 1.00pm to 5.00pm will be charged according to the day use rate. Full rate will be charged stay beyond 5.00pm.
- Term of payment will be Cash or major Credit Card.
- Additional single mattress : RM20 pernite.
- Additional guest : RM10 pernite.
*The above rate effective from 1 April 2015
Peak Season : Friday, Saturday.
Super Peak Season : Eve of Public Holiday, School Holiday and selected dates.