There are very few places which offer a view of the city itself and less so at a non-crowded place, so after a few searches online, I think I’ve found the right place for the occasion. Voila! Hugo’s On 6 at Western Premier Dua Sentral.
Located at the sixth floor, hence the name. It shares the swimming pool area with the hotel guests. But, it was the view that drew me to the place rather than the food. Getting a little skeptical? Let me show you.
You can see the old train station on your left, the KL Tower straight ahead and the Petronas Twin Towers a little to your right. What else do you want? Such views are best enjoyed during the setting sun and of course, clear weather. These photos were taken with my iPhone rather than with the digital camera so pardon the quality. It was my oversight not to bring along the camera.
Food-wise, there was nothing much to shout about. Unless you were there for the RM95 per person buffet, their a la carte menu serves only 3-4 Mediterranean styled dishes, including pizzas and burgers. I had to keep reminding myself that it was all for the view.
You can view the difference between this photo and the one previously as the surrounding buildings are bathe in the warm glow of the Malaysian sunset.
And to top it off, the night view as we were about to leave. It can be quite cold as the night starts to descend, so unless you’re planning to stay pass 8pm, please make sure you get yourself a coat. They do have inside dining arrangements but then that would have most probably spoilt the view.