The are is residential and industrial and there is not too much to attract the visitor except maybe for major sporting events which are usually held at the Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex, and The Mines theme park which was once the world's deepest opencast tin mine.
This page covers the areas south of the Federal Highway, East-West Link and Jalan Kampung Pandan in Kuala Lumpur, and north of Kajang and Putrajaya. Some of the major suburbs are the areas adjacent to Old Klang Road, Sri Petaling, Bukit Jalil, Serdang/Seri Kembangan, Bandar Tun Razak, Salak South, Cheras and Pandan.
Try some cheap and tasty noodle near Taman OUG Wet Market Restaurant Ong Lay beside Sports Toto there is one stall Uncle Liong, selling Pork Noodle and Spicy Noodle. Other than that there is also a choice lot of Chinese Restaurant around that area. It was located nearby MCA Seputeh Community Center. To go there simply take taxi from Pearl International Hotel, just a 10 minutes ride or take bus number U73 from KL Sentral and take off at Jalan Hujan Emas Open daily from 7am to 1pm
Taman Cheras, one of the suburbs south of the Malaysian capital, is a good place to stay if guests want some time off from the hurried pace of the city. The area, however, still offers easy access to the city centre via the major highways of Jalan Cheras-Seremban, Jalan Cheras, and Jalan Cheras-Kajang.