Hostels in Kuala Lumpur

There are many hostels in Kuala Lumpur, the choices is on you. For any choices you may decide, the most important to be sure that during your stay your things are safe. Make sure that the safety and security such as rooms are built with fire retarded materials. Fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, exit signs, CCTV and lockers are also available. Take into considerations that even though hotels in Kuala Lumpur is always safe but always thing about safety.

China Town or Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Office Kuala Lumpur

While your staying in the hostel the location of hostel also important. Find the location that the hostel close to Central Bus Station, Metro Stations, Rapid kl, places of interest, banks, money changers, 7-elevens, pharmacy, hospitals, travel agencies, GPO, public swimming pool, food stalls and fast food chain stores. China Town in KL seem suit you.

The hostel should available anything for your convenient such as travel info like malaysia travel map, free city map, one-stop centre for city or country tours, fireflies, exploration tour, discounted air tickets, bus tickets, laundry, left luggage storage, free book exchange, international phone cards, lockers, airport taxi, buy & sell used guide books, latest and extensive travel info.

There is one hostels in Kuala Lumpur that has been established since 1905 that is YMCA Kuala Lumpur which located in Brickfields. It boasts of a 4-storey hostel block with 57 rooms and conference facilities. Besides providing an in-house café, launderette and a barber shop. YMCA Kuala Lumpur also offers ground sports facilities that include a football field, volleyball, tennis, and basketball courts.

YMCA Kuala Lumpur located at strategically positioned near the Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, the public transportation transit hub that is within 5 minutes walking distance. There are various hotels (if I may not mistake the hilton hotel kuala lumpur) is very near to YMCA), commercial buildings including banks, convenience stores, gas station, post office, eateries, places of worship, all of which has many years of history to it like the Temple of Fine Arts.

If you are tired of city life or in hostels in Kuala Lumpur may be you would like a respite the Home Stay will be the perfect opportunity for you to kick back, relax and practically nothing. If that too much for you, you can always participate in the various activities. For example Sungai Kertas Homestay that located just outside of Kuala Lumpur, offering quick respite from city life. Here, villagers as other Malaysia village still practice the communal Malay Culture spirit of gotong royong where people help one another.

There are lots to see and do just in the village itself. Relax under shady trees by cool, soothing streams, drop by the Orang Asli settlement. Go explore the nearby Batu Caves. Or take up the unique popular wedding package for celebrations with a difference! Normally the payment method is cash.

To reach Home Stay Sungai Kertas you can take LRT at any LRT Station in Kuala Lumpur and head to Putra LRT in Gombak. From there take a transit bus or taxi toward Sungai Kertas. Normally the taxi driver would know Sungai Kertas.

If you come to Malaysia by group, home stay is a choice instead of staying in the hostels in Kuala Lumpur. For more informations about Home Stay in Malaysia you can find it at Ministry of Tourism Malaysia or you can google in the internet.

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