The Wonders of Kuala Lumpur and it’s polo fields.
The Kuala Lumpur (KL) metropolis is Malaysia’s booming capital. With cutting-edge architecture coupled with flourishing infrastructure next to beautiful temples.
Your private jet lands at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. Namely Kuala Lumpur’s premium private jet terminal. Your VIP transportation brings you and your friends to Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur. There, you drop off your bags.
Soon, you are in the futuristic hotel lounge. Besides an infinite choice of exclusive Champagne, it also offers floor to ceiling views of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. The tallest twin buildings in the world. A few floors above, the luxurious infinity pool has VIP service and views of the KL skyline.
After getting changed, you grab a couple of neighboring luxury beach cabanas together with your friends. There, you enjoy cocktails under the comfort of the shade and breeze.
A mind-blowing destination
The next day, you take a day trip to Batu Caves to experience the traditions of Malaysian culture.
The first thing you see is the colossal gold statue of Lord Murugan. The infamous Hindu deity guards the stairs to the limestone caves surrounding beautiful Hindu temples. After this mindblowing trip, you travel through the vibrant streets of Chinatown on your way to Suria shopping center.
At Suria, you stop in the Petronas Art Gallery. It is the place to browse through small boutiques. You purchase a new Omega watch with a polished black ceramic bezel bordered with 18K Sedna gold. It will be perfect to wear to the Royal Selangor Polo Club tomorrow morning.
Situated next to Merdeka Square, the Royal Selangor Polo Club hosts top-level polo tournaments. It attracts athletes from around the world. With its tudor-style, charming architecture, the facility is a perfect laid-back getaway. At the entrance, walk past white picket fences and enjoy a day full of polo and conversation with politicians, corporate leaders, and celebrity jet-setters.
History Polo in Kuala Lumpur
The Royal Selangor Polo Club was founded in 1884 under British rule. It is now Malaysia’s favorite polo destination. At this time, The club started out as a highly-selective, members-only club for British expatriates.
There, the picturesque corridors are filled with historical photos, paintings, and sculptures. Certainly to take members on a trip back to the late 1800s when Royal Selangor was first established. Originally, the club was a founding member of the Royal Malaysian Polo Association in 1922. A group that is still active and passionate about the sport today. Today, the club hosts several different bars and restaurants. The sophisticated staff offers vintage wine, cold beer and a fabulous chicken curry.
Polo in Malaysia is booming beyond the borders of the Royal Selangor. For instance, the number of registered members and players is growing. Young enthusiasts have the choice to practice at four different locations. The Royal Selangor Polo Club, Bukit Kiara Resort, Tanamera, and Putrajaya Equestrian Park.