LEA Kuala Lumpur is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City which is 5 minutes drive to the Malaysia Twin Towers. Studying in this campus, students has the opportunity to meet new people, and enjoy the lifestyle of Kuala Lumpur city. If students are lucky enough, they are able to find a part-time job to gain experience and cover their tuition fees. To be exact, LEA Kuala Lumpur is inside one of a famous shopping malls , The Berjaya Time Square. We believe that a successful education is not just about learning skills and knowledge from books, It is also about gaining enriching personal life experience. Going to school is not only about learning from books, it is about learning from new experiences, new people, and new places. For these reasons, I think that studying in cities enables people to get the most out of their education.



The accommodation is a modern, purpose-built residents. Its  within walking distance to LEA Kuala Lumpur.



If you’re looking for a calm space to escape the noise and chaos of the city, make your way to KLCC park, a popular recreational retreat in the heart of the city centre. Tucked away at the foot of the giant Petronas Towers, this urban sanctuary is a haven for families, shoppers, romantics, joggers, bibliophiles and those who simply need to take time out from the stresses of modern living.As city-centre parks go, this one stands head and shoulders above the rest. For those who like to keep fit, there’s an excellent 1.3-kilometre jogging track that traverses the park. If you’re up to it, this is a great way to take in all the sights and sounds. If sweating it out isn’t your thing, find a secluded, shady spot and allow the peace and tranquillity to wash over you.After a day stomping around the sights, there is no better spot to relax and unwind. Spend a couple of hours wandering through the manicured lawns and allow the sweet birdsong to ease away any tension.

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Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang — which translates into English as “Star Hill” — is Kuala Lumpur’s premier shopping and entertainment district. It sometimes is referred to as “Bintang Walk” because the main street — Jalan Bukit Bintang — has wide, tree-lined sidewalks and is one of the best strolls in the city. The area attracts street preachers (imams) and street pimps alike and you very well could find yourself hassled by both within the same block. Kuala Lumpur can be curiously contradictory at times.

During the day, Bukit Bintang mostly draws tourists and local shoppers to its numerous malls. At night, restaurants, bars, and street markets spin up to full speed, and it becomes a defacto nightlife area. It is a bit sketchier after dark, so if you visit the bars and clubs, be even more mindful of pickpockets, don’t drink too much, and keep an eye open for anything out of the ordinary. In general, Kuala Lumpur has a rather unsavoury reputation for harbouring individuals planning terrorist attacks elsewhere rather than being a recipient of such attacks, but attacks on Bukit Bintang have been foiled in the past. It always is wise to pay attention. Naturally, to stay out of trouble, avoid the preachers and pimps, as well.