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1. Posted by Rubylulu (Budding Member 12 posts) 7y

Do anyone of Malaysian know abt Malaysia Hall in London?

I am going to London with a friend in the early August. We made online booking for a room with Malaysia Hall, and then we fax to confirm our booking. However, after 3 working days, there is no reply at all.

So I call them to check my booking. The answer is that I call them too early and I shd call only 1 week before I go UK. Is it true? will it be too late to confirm the booking? If my booking to them is fail, I have to find another place to stay in a rush.

Somemore, the check in time is after 2pm, but I will reach Heathrow Airport at about 5.50am. Can I check in earlier than that?

Anyone can advise me? thx so much.

2. Posted by skyef (Full Member 105 posts) 7y

Hi Rubylulu,

I do not know about this Malaysia Hall
Usually once you've made an online booking and it been processed, it'll be alright. Did it the site gave you a confirmation after you booked it?
It's probably their policy to confirm booking only a week before.
Through phone, you could explain to them your situation (you're touching down early) and ask if they've a luggage room/area that you could leave your luggages down and come back when the room's ready (instead of just popping up suddenly). I think it's a courtesy to do that as a guest :)

3. Posted by 1688 (Budding Member 11 posts) 7y

tell them u r malay before u book the room.if not i think .......hehe...
from wat i know ,malaysian hall is mainly reserve for malay...:)

4. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 7y

Quoting 1688

tell them u r malay before u book the room.if not i think .......hehe...
from wat i know ,malaysian hall is mainly reserve for malay...:)

Do you think you could fool a Malaysian by saying that you're a Malay when they have your name in the registration form?

Anyway, I do not know where you got the information that Malaysia Hall is reserved for Malays. From the website, it clearly states that the rooms are for Malaysian Passport holders only. There is no word mentioning the exclusivity of the room bookings to a certain ethnic group only.

5. Posted by Rubylulu (Budding Member 12 posts) 7y

Malaysia Hall should available for all Malaysian.

Although I also heard that they only entertain Malays, my friends who are Chinese ever stay there when they were in London.

I will call them again on 30/07/07. Hopefully I can get a confirmation that time.

6. Posted by 1688 (Budding Member 11 posts) 7y

Do you think you could fool a Malaysian by saying that you're a Malay when they have your name in the registration form?

Anyway, I do not know where you got the information that Malaysia Hall is reserved for Malays. From the website, it clearly states that the rooms are for Malaysian Passport holders only. There is no word mentioning the exclusivity of the room bookings to a certain ethnic group only.

by law,malaysian hall is for whole malaysian.but by practise,they only entertain malay.do u understand wat i mean.???
may b when u call them u need to start ur conversation with Assalamualaikum,then follow by insya allah !!!then they reserve u a big room:):):)

7. Posted by Rubylulu (Budding Member 12 posts) 7y

Dear 1688,

As what I know, a Chinese shdn't say Asalamulaikum to a Malay. It is impolite.

So, you better don't simply use this word ;)

8. Posted by 1688 (Budding Member 11 posts) 7y

Dear Rubylulu:

Asalamulaikum in Arabic languages means : welcome.
tis word is not restricted to muslim.this is a language.like 'welcome' in english.every 1 can use it.

u can start in tis way:

Asalamulaikum Bang,I want to book for a room.if they ask u ur name,give them ur malay name n follow by isya allah.then i believe they will immediately process ur request

9. Posted by Rubylulu (Budding Member 12 posts) 7y

i already book a room v Malaysia Hall. :)

10. Posted by shaari (Budding Member 2 posts) 6y

I plan to go to UK come Oct/Nov 2008 and wld like to stay in Malaysia Hall. First of all,
a) Where is Malaysia Hall located?
b) What is the rate for a room (double)
c) Any website? (couldn't find any)

Can anyone assist, please

Thanks