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1. Posted by Dakie_cute (Budding Member 41 posts) 9y

hi, can anyone help me for budget hotel or hostel in KL.
what location is the best to stay with good access to most place in KL.

how about reppalm in KL ?? do any want stay there before??

rgd's
Dakie

2. Posted by MishMish (Budding Member 44 posts) 9y

Hi there! Hein posted this reply on my question, which was basically the same as yours:

For KL, you can safely book these hostels:

Red Palm
Green Hut Lodge
Number 8

I've been to the first two to meet some TP members staying there, and only good comments so far. All of them are on the same road (less than 200m apart).

I have looked them up and red palm does look great!

3. Posted by Dakie_cute (Budding Member 41 posts) 9y

hi MishMish,

thanks for ur info....
trully i preffer red palm...seen so nice to stay and hang around....but still don't now yet..coz still scheduring my trip...

rgd's
Dakie

4. Posted by Kyels (Budding Member 69 posts) 9y

Hi,

Trekker Lodge and stayOrange looked good to me too. Maybe you can check them out.

(:

Links for Trekker Lodge and stayOrange:

http://www.thetrekkerlodge.com/
http://www.stayorange.com/

5. Posted by Mohammad_Amir (Inactive 160 posts) 9y

Green hut was koool.... but i hear some cheaper places r available too...

Cheers & have a safe trip...

6. Posted by MishMish (Budding Member 44 posts) 9y

StayOrange sounds too good to be true! It LOOKS amazing, and relatively cheap...

Has anyone ACTUALLY stayed here before? Are the photos on the website a true depiction of the place?????

7. Posted by Dakie_cute (Budding Member 41 posts) 9y

Quoting MishMish

StayOrange sounds too good to be true! It LOOKS amazing, and relatively cheap...

Has anyone ACTUALLY stayed here before? Are the photos on the website a true depiction of the place?????

Hi,Kyels & Rola_jutt

thanks for ur info,now i have many option to arrange my trip, but for stayorange,just chekc they web, can't reserve in advance by now for january?
can anyone help me?

and one more where the best location between petaling and redpam/green hut?
i mean the efficient to around KL and the best view around both hostel.:)

rgd's
Dakie

8. Posted by opospa (Travel Guru 1837 posts) 9y

Quoting MishMish

StayOrange sounds too good to be true! It LOOKS amazing, and relatively cheap...

Has anyone ACTUALLY stayed here before? Are the photos on the website a true depiction of the place?????

Its located on the Petaling Street itself. I pass by it few times. From the outside, looks really fine!!! Well, its convinient since lots of public transport. But dont take taxi without meter(A LOT!) there.

9. Posted by Kyels (Budding Member 69 posts) 9y

Quoting MishMish

StayOrange sounds too good to be true! It LOOKS amazing, and relatively cheap...

Has anyone ACTUALLY stayed here before? Are the photos on the website a true depiction of the place?????

MishMish,

I've passed by the place and it looked good but I did not step into the venue though. True, in the website it looks good, just like Tune Hotels by Air Asia.

(:

10. Posted by Kyels (Budding Member 69 posts) 9y

Quoting Dakie_cute

Hi,Kyels & Rola_jutt

thanks for ur info,now i have many option to arrange my trip, but for stayorange,just chekc they web, can't reserve in advance by now for january?
can anyone help me?

and one more where the best location between petaling and redpam/green hut?
i mean the efficient to around KL and the best view around both hostel.:)

rgd's
Dakie

Dakie,

I think you should try calling them and inquire about advance booking. Previously when I went to Philippines, they (the backpackers inn which I stayed) did not offer advanced booking as well but I called them up and emailed them to get my bookings done. They should be lenient enough to do what you want because it's business for them. And stayOrange is located in Petaling Street itself, just one or two shoplots beside McDonald's and it's orange it colour so you won't miss it anyway.

Do you mean the efficient way to go around Kuala Lumpur?!

If you meant that, Petaling Street is very near to Pasar Seni LRT line, just a stone's throw away, so I believe you can move around efficiently. However, do not take any cabs there and always ask for a taxi with a meter, those people can be bloody cut throats, seriously.

[ Edit: Edited on Dec 7, 2007, at 6:45 PM by Kyels ]