Menara Aik Hua is an established and old corporate tower sited along the bustling Jalan Raja Chulan. The building can easily be spotted in between Plaza See Hoy Chan and MCB Plaza, and near to Menara AmBank, Wisma MPL and Seri Bukit Ceylon. Completed in the 1990s, it is wholly owned by Aik Hua Holdings, an investment company initiated and controlled by MCA. This single 22-storey tower hosts lifts, indoor car park, broadband and 24-hour security.
Sited at the edge of Bukit Ceylon, Menara Aik Hua is neighboring several amenities and facilities. In just a 6-minute walk, one can reach rows of chic restaurants and hip bars along Jalan Ceylon such as Havana, Ciccio Ristorante, Ceylon bar, Twenty One kitchen and bar, Pinchos Tapas bar and The Social to name a few. It is also mere minutes to the famous street eateries along Jalan Alor.
Moreover, Menara Aik Hua is approximately 15 minutes walking to Bukit Bintang’s shopping district that hosts Bukit Bintang Plaza, Sungei Wang Plaza, Lot 10, Pavilion and Fahrenheit 88. In terms of accessibility, Menara Aik Hua is accessible via Jalan Raja Chulan and Jalan Ceylon. It is within close proximity to Jalan P Ramlee and Jalan Sultan Ismail. If you prefer to use public transport, it is approximately 10 minutes walking to Raja Chulan Monorail Station.
Menara Aik Hua commands the great view of the surrounding greenery of Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve and remaining green pocket of Bukit Ceylon, and unobstructed view of Menara KL which is located just a stone’s throw away from the tower. As usual, high parking fee is a normal issue for the employees working in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. If you do not mind leaving your car in hot sun and rain, there are 2 open car parks next to Plaza MCB and also opposite Menara Aik Hua which charge about RM5 for a whole day parking. The rental rate is also quite high considering that it is a very old building. However, you may not find anything lower than this rate in the city centre area but you can definitely opt for newer office towers with the same budget.