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The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is a sprawling metropolis with a busy central area that spreads out into commercial and residential zones.
Tourists will find most of this modern city's attractions, such as the Petronas Towers or China Town in the central areas which are all linked via modern rail systems. These central areas can be broken up into different accommodation areas with several offering great budget options. Take advantage of the rail system (LRT & Mono Rail) over infrequent buses or the crooked taxi ranks for a more relaxed way to get around Kuala Lumpur.
Planning ahead when staying in Kuala Lumpur, including choosing where you stay, can make your trip here much more enjoyable.
Known for its exclusive shopping areas, business zones and the city highlight that are the impressive Petronas towers the Golden Triangle is the elite district of Kuala Lumpur. With fabulous 5-star hotels taking up permanent residence nearby it's surprising to see that there are also quite a few cheap accommodation offerings. Budget conscious travellers looking to shop in Bukit Bintang will only be a single monorail ride away. While a single Light Rail Transit (LRT) stop could deliver you directly under the giant silver Petronas towers that light up the skyline at night. A visit that's well worth it for that all important iconic photo of the city plus some mall shopping at Suria KLCC inside.
This is the older more traditional shopping area of Kuala Lumpur with plenty to see and do for the traveller. Masjid Jamek is a beautiful building that can be visited by all wearing suitable attire (long sleeves and long trousers for all). Across the road is Chow Kit market which is filled with great food stands and everyday market stalls. During Ramadan evenings the streets here are positively brimming with fantastic hawker stalls with included seating thus making it a great night out for all.
Often known as the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the central area is also where you fill find the majority of budget accommodation. With a vast area comprising of what is now known as Chinatown there's an incredible amount of activity and things to do here. Everyday the street market in Jalan Petaling is filled with souvenir and food stalls. Go early to avoid the crowds and eat away from the street to avoid high tourist prices. Visit the colourful Sri Mahamariamman Temple or shop again for more tourist souvenirs at the Central Market. All of which is very close to both KL Sentral Railway Station and the main bus station linking you to the rest of Malaysia. If you are looking for a budget location in Kuala Lumpur that offers access to all the main attractions then Chinatown is the ideal place to stay.
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Kuala Lumpur is £19 per night.
No 52, Jalan Metro Pudu Off Jalan YewOutstanding 97%
30, Jalan Tun H.S. LeeExcellent 93%
kvladn A nice place, especially I liked the staff of the hostel, thanks to their advice was the most optimum route of travel. With pleasure, stop by the next visit Malaysia.
No.17, Jalan Tun H S LeeExcellent 92%
65 B, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang,Excellent 91%
jmigalbin very helpful staff. new rooms, mattresses and facilities. well kept and clean. i'd definitely come back.
No 2, Jalan Lapangan Permai 1, Off Jalan Sungai Besi, Batu 2Excellent 90%
12 & 14, Jalan Sin Chew Kee Bukit BintangAwesome 88%
210 Jalan Tun HS LeeAwesome 88%
49-59, Jalan Tun H.S LeeAwesome 85%
Fan1234 Probably the best hostel I ever stayed in! Clean, free WIFI, good breakfast, always friendly, nice mansion... Nothing more to say!
Jollydowndilly fantastic. very central location. excellent, helpful host. nothing too much trouble. good breakfast and great indian restaurant next door. order food and they deliver it to you. best laundry service ever. relaxed atmosphere and plenty to do. if you dont fancy going out, there are books and dvds to use. highly recommended
First Floor, No.13, Jalan Balai Polis Off Petaling StreetAwesome 85%
27 Jalan Mesui off Jalan Nagasari Bukit BintangGreat 84%
travelmark A nice clean hostel, Good breakfast of cereals, toast . fuit . coffee and tea, as was said before , can be noisy at night because of the"lust" bar and music opposite until 2am, but only the Friday, Saturday was none, and cant blame the Hostel for that. 5 minutes walk to the Monorail and only 10-15 mins walk to lively Bukit bintang shopping area, Be nice to have more than 5 channels on cable TV
rochelle_bantog The staffs are kind, they would assist you if you need to go to a place and ask for directions... Near everything... just a walking distance from Chinatown, KL City Gallery, Central Market, Sri Maha Mariammam Temple... From here there's a GO KL free shuttle service going to Bukit Bintang and from Bukit Bintang to KLCC and Petronas Towers. Value for money superb! because a simple breakfast is already included in your payment, with unlimited coffee. The place is super clean and super spacious... and im thankful that although i have brought my kids, they allowed us to stay...More Power to Raizzy's =)
6-1, No 30 Jalan Thambipillay Brickfields, Kuala LumpurGreat 83%
lansiumd I am very happy that I found PODs...thanks to Travellerspoint for having it on your website. The staff are friendly, courteous and very helpful. The living spaces are clean and has a nice aura to it. I also like the way PODs cools the living spaces (ie, no need to sweat it out or pay extra for a good nite sleep). Also, it is within easy access/very short walking distance to all kinds of public transport (the MRT, monorail, train, bus or taxi). The only drawback was that I could hear the street sounds (people shouting, cars honking and various construction sounds) until quite late at night. But this should not be a problem if you can tune this out or stay out till late. I would definitely come back and recommend PODs to my friends.
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