The IEEE ROMA 2017 will be organized in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


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Conference Venue 2017 3rd IEEE International Symposium on Robotics(1)


Introduction To Kuala Lumpur


The capital of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur which is also called Klang Valley is the home of 1.6 million people with more than 6.9 million people in greater Kuala Lumpur. The city is a friendly melting pot of nationalities, religions and cultures and well worth a visit. Kuala Lumpur has a year-round tropical rainforest climate which is warm and sunny, along with abundant rainfall. It can even rain daily during the northeast monsoon season from October to March. Wettest month (with the highest rainfall) is November (278mm). Driest month (with the lowest rainfall) is June (130mm).



How To Get There

Most visitors come by air and there are 2 airports in Kuala Lumpur: KLIA and KLIA2. KLIA is the Malaysia’s main, busiest and largest international airport in Malaysia and is also one of the major airports in South-East Asia.


Airport Transfer

KLIA Ekspres will transport you to KL Sentral in only 28 minutes, the quickest way to get to the city center. The trains run every 15 min during peak hours and every 20 min during off-peak hours.


Getting Around

KL has three train lines covering entire city – the KL Monorail loops through the Golden Triangle, the KTM Komuter makes trips to the outer northern, southern & western suburbs and the Putra Light Rail Transit line goes from Kelana Jaya to Gombak.

KL has Rapid KL buses – largest stage bus operators.

For more information regarding local travel MyRapid

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Staying in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is teeming with accommodation options that range from frills-free hotels for backpackers to sprawling five-star hotels with breathtaking city views that are perfect for sophisticated travelers.

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