Future Travel Experience Asia – Venue & Accommodation


Sama-Sama Hotel KLIA

FTE Asia 2014 is taking place at the Sama-Sama Hotel KLIA, a state-of-the-art, award-winning hotel and venue adjacent to Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s main terminal building, which is connected via a Skybridge.

Just 28 minutes from Kuala Lumpur city centre via the KLIA Express train, 10 minutes from Putrajaya, the administrative capital of Malaysia, and within easy reach of Cyberjaya, the technological hub of the nation, guests can rest assured they are ideally located.

Providing an award-winning guest experience with 442 newly renovated guestrooms on nine floors, Sama-Sama Hotel KLIA is equipped with every convenience to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. With a choice of three restaurants serving fusion delights, you can dine at any time of the day. If you need to beat jetlag, you can drop by the 24-hour health club for a workout, or relax with a rejuvenating massage or soothing sauna.


Discounted accommodation is available exclusively to Future Travel Experience Asia attendees at the Sama-Sama Hotel KLIA, the venue for FTE Asia 2014, for a limited period only.

To make your reservation, please contact the Sama-Sama Hotel KLIA directly, remembering to quote FTE Asia, on the following:

Tel: +603 878 73333
Email: joan.ng@samasamahotels.com; Faridah.Khamzah@samasamahotels.com

We would strongly recommend making your hotel reservation as soon as possible in order to benefit from reduced rates. Once all discounted rooms have been filled, rates cannot be guaranteed and will be strictly subject to availability.

About Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. It is a city of delightful contrast – a combination of urban cosmopolitan, sophistication and lingering old world charm. Amidst the juxtaposition of gracious remnants of colonial buildings and towering skyscrapers is one of Asia’s most bustling city centres. Narrow streets of quaint old shop houses open out to wide-open tree-lined avenues. The equatorial climate accounts for the lush greenery and profusion of tropical blooms in a riot of colours – a truly fitting background for its happy mix of multi-racial populace of Malays, Chinese, Indians and other races. The end result is a unique blend of age-old customs and traditions: colourful festivals, songs and dances, and a rich variety of foods to tempt the palate. Experience the multi-faceted fascinations of Malaysia – right here in Kuala Lumpur.