London Hotels near Kingston-New Malden
Steaming plates of japchae, hearty bowls of jeongol, and a night of karaoke—no, you’re not in South Korea. New Malden has the highest concentration of Koreans in the United Kingdom which is reflected in its lively cultural scene. As part of greater London’s suburbs, the town is a slice of small-town charm near the big city, which developed around the 19th century. Visitors will find the village of Old Malden close by, with a history going back to the Saxon times. New Malden is home to an assortment of lively entertainment, dining, and public spaces to enjoy and explore. ... Read more »
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- To enjoy an authentic Korean dining experience in London try the Han Bar and Restaurant with savoury classic dishes like magkuksu and kimchi, and of course the ever-present karaoke rooms to round off your night.
- Discover Richmond Park’s scenic paths with tours of this 17th century wildlife park near New Malden, where red deer and panoramic views from lookouts are among London’s main attractions.
- Old Malden Conservation Area allows visitors to explore the manors, church, and fields of St. John’s medieval village. Stop by the 15th Plough Green house, now converted into a delightful restaurant.
New Malden lies to the south-west of London proper, a short distance away from Wimbledon and a part of the Kingston-upon-Thames district that lies slightly to the west. Heathrow Airport, the busiest in the United Kingdom, is located to the northwest of the city. Hiring a car is a scenic way to discover this outlying region of the city, and is probably the best way for you to get New Malden, if you make a point of exploring. As with many other suburbs, the town is accessible via train, more precisely, the New Malden Station.« Hide