About MITEC - Exhibition Venue
The Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) is the country’s largest exhibition centre with 1 million square feet of gross exhibition space. The first component and flagship of KL Metropolis, a city within a city where trade, commerce, living and transport converge over 75.5 acres of prime land development, MITEC is poised to be the exhibition venue of choice in the Southeast Asia region.
MITEC is easily accessible through several major roads and highways. The venue is located approximately 9km from the Kuala Lumpur City Centre and 65km from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
AddressKompleks MITEC No. 8 Jalan Dutamas 2 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The following major roads, expressways and highways will conveniently direct visitors to MITEC:
- DUKE (Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway)
- NKVE (North Klang Valley Expressway)
- SPRINT Highway
- Jalan Kuching
Latitude: 3.17933, Longitude: 101.66757
Travelling to MITEC
Pick Up & Drop Off Points
KL Sentral: Entrance of KL City Air Terminal/ Terminal Udara
MITEC: South Entrance Coach Bay
Download the map of MITEC HERE.
Explore Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur. A city that is truly one-of-a-kind. You'll find the world in this city but you'll never find anything quite like it anywhere else in the world.
For starters, KL (as we fondly call it) has its very own global icon in the PETRONAS Twin Towers, soaring 452 metres above street level and 88 stories tall. This mega structure towers majestically over KL, presenting a universal view of the icon from any corner of the city. Just beneath the Twin Towers are Malaysia's best shopping spots, featuring haute couture brands to trendy street fashions. For those with a penchant for Broadway-like theatres, meet KL's talented acting community that brings you fine shows and performances from the traditional to the satirical. Partygoers will find KL's vibrant night scenes perfect to satiate their appetite for the most happening places to party.
But of course, if you yearn to experience the traditional old world appeal of Malaysia's culture and values, the old streets of KL with its captivating day-to-day activities and aromatic smells will charm you. You'll experience this city, with the echoing music of its entertainment outlets, the beam of vehicle lights searching for the perfect late-night snack and colourful streetlights - a spectacle that proves KL as a definite place to visit for world travellers.
Here, we will show you the must-see destinations and must-do activities that will thrill you for sure. With so many places to go, a trip to KL may seem overwhelming. But to help, we've rounded up the best attractions that'll guide you in and around this amazing city. - Tourism Unit, Kuala Lumpur City Hall
Travelling to Kuala Lumpur
The appointed official travel agent for SEMICON SEA 2019 is Burnaby Solutions Pte Ltd.
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Official Hotels Group 1
- HILTON KUALA LUMPUR
- LE MERIDIEN KUALA LUMPUR
Official Hotels Group 2
- CITITEL MID VALLEY
- THE BOULEVARD
- CAPRI BY FRASER, KUALA LUMPUR
- THE GARDENS - A ST GILES SIGNATURE HOTEL & RESIDENCES KUALA LUMPUR
To enter Malaysia, visitors must have a national passport or other internationally recognized travel documents with a validity period of at least six months beyond the length of stay in Malaysia. All passports and travel documents must be endorsed for travelling in Malaysia.
Note: All transit visitors who fly into Malaysia are eligible for a visa-free visit, as long as the period does not exceed 72 hours. Regulations may change from time to time; please check with the nearest Malaysian Embassy before you start your trip.
Citizens of the following countries do not need a visa to enter Malaysia:
- Commonwealth countries, with the exception of those from Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan
- British Protected Persons
- Republic of Ireland
- Switzerland, Netherlands, San Marino and Lichtenstein
Not required by nationals referred to in the list above for stays of up to three months apart from:
- Nationals of Bulgaria, who may stay visa-free for up to one month.
- Nationals may still require a pass upon arrival, even if they are permitted to enter Malaysia visa-free
- All visitors must have proof of adequate funds and an onward or return sea or air ticket
- Nationals not referred to in the list above are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements
For more information on immigrations and visa requirements, visit www.imi.gov.my