ELS Kuala Lumpur

Megan Avenue 2,
12, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: (+603) 2166 5530
Fax: (+603) 2166 5220

Office Hours

Monday – Friday: 8.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 1.00pm
* Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

ELS Kuala Lumpur has been operating since 1996. It is located in the prestigious Golden Triangle business district of Kuala Lumpur and is just a 10-minute walk from the KLCC LRT station. This centre enjoys a panoramic view of the capital city’s skyline as it faces one of the tallest buildings in the world — the Petronas Twin Towers.

ELS Kuala Lumpur is situated in Megan Avenue 2. It has 26 classrooms and a networked Language Technology Centres with internet facilities.

ELS Kuala Lumpur prides itself on being one of the largest ELS centres in the world. We have gained a reputation as the leader in providing quality English language proficiency programmes. At the same time, we are offering teacher training programmes to build up a pool of qualified English teachers to serve the region. We guarantee you an enriching and challenging experience while you study with us. Not only are we situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City, we also offer you opportunities to meet coursemates from different countries.

I wish you a warm welcome to ELS and every success in your studies here. Together we study English, explore and succeed.
ELSKL VP-Josephine Teo

Josephine Teo



Area Information

Experience the cosmopolitan life in the heart of Malaysia’s capital. Many modern buildings, commercial centres and parks are located within the city area. The large expatriate community here also draws many international festivals.

Area Attractions

  • Suria KLCC
  • Bintang Walk
  • The Pavilion
  • Sungei Wang Plaza
  • Lot 10
  • Starhill Gallery
  • Malaysia Tourism Centre

Getting Around
By Train

Kuala Lumpur has a comprehensive rail transportation system, serviced by KL Monorail, Rapid KL Light Rail Transit (LRT) as well as the KTM Komuter Train. Operates Daily: 8am – 12midnight

By Taxi

Metered taxis and call taxis are easily available. Metered taxis can be hailed at the designated taxi halts. Fee is a minimum of RM3.00 upon boarding.

By Bus

City buses ply most parts of the city. RapidKL is the main bus company. RapidKL’s bus hubs are KL Sentral, Titiwangs, City Centre, Maluri and Medan Pasar.


City Campus is strategically located in the heart of the growing business centre, Fraser Business Park, Kuala Lumpur. City Campus is just 5 km from Kuala Lumpur city centre and is easily accessible by car, public transports and Light Rapid Transit (LRT- Chan Sow Lin LRT station with a linked bridge to building).

Around City Campus there are convenient stores, laundry shops, restaurants, retail outlets and banks to meet your everyday needs.


RM1000 – RM1400 per month

One-Stop Serviced Residence Hotel & Office is nestled right in the heart of the city, caters for the working professional, expatriate and even the modern family on holiday.

Besides overlooking a breathtaking view of KL’s renowned Twin Towers (KLCC One-Stop Serviced Residence Hotel & Office’s facilities also include WIFI, 24 hours security, parking bays, and many more to compliment the rest of your stay.

Situated in Fraser Business Park, One-Stop Serviced Residence Hotel & Office provides the guests with convenient facilities within a stone’s throw.

RM3288 per month


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Shinora Miyuki, JAPAN

First and foremost, I got the courage to talk with people who come from abroad. Because there are little opportunities to communicate with them in Japan, I was really nervous at first. However, soon I could feel relax at ELS. The teachers and classmates are so kind and friendly! Second, I knew a lot of differences about culture. Since more than half of students are from the Middle East such as Iraq and Iran, which are unfamiliar to Japanese people, the stories they told to me were interesting. For example, I didn’t know that Iraqi and Iranian use the same word which means something quite different to each. Third, I learned how to study English. When a new word appears, everyone tried to explain the meaning in English using their own words. It helped me not only increase my vocabulary but also how to speak English. I am also used to using an English-English dictionary. After I go back to Japan, I will try to use many words which I learned from Ms. Anita and Mr. Steven and I will try to find someone with whom I talk in English! If I cannot find anyone, I use mirror – Ms. Rachel told me to do so! Thank you for everything! Mr. Steven, Ms. Anita, Ms. Rachel and my classmates in 108, arigato!
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