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Kuala Lumpur Hotels Cheap

  1. 1. Kuala Lumpur Hotels CheapKL Sentral http://klsentral.org FAQs on LRT, KTM, Monorail, KLIA Express, Skybus, GentingBus and Hotels.Donna asks…What’s the best location to be at in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur?I’m going to Southeast Asia, specifically Thailand and Malaysia…as far as Bangkok and KualaLumpur go, where’s the best place to pick a hotel at, one that’s centrally located and close tobars, restaurants, shopping, and cultural sites? Does anybody have any recommendations onnice hotels that aren’t too expensive? Also I’m going to Phuket too, any advice orrecommendations for that as well? And what’s the best way to find a cheap flight out of theU.S.?Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:Kuala lumpurgolden triangle area is the best areamany hotels around there -we stayed at equitorial hotel – was really good -other good hotels are also aroundtry istana hotelgolden triangle is full of bars, pubs, coffee housesyou will enjoy there -very close to the sky train station – i think it was buki bintang 1/6
  2. 2. Bangkok========If you like hustle and bustle then stay at sukhimvit-aukhimvit area is bussiest area in bangkok , and has almost all the attractions , bangkok has toofferfor more quieter area , try silom – and other areas around.PHUKET=======stay at the patong beachthis is the most famous beach of phuket -we stayed at Ban thai beach resort -right on the beach – very close to mc donald and star bucksjust a road cross away from the beach -there are many other hotels in phuket -brusari resrotjw marriotamari coralcheck on the sites in the referenceGeorge asks…what is the cost of 10 days in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia? 2/6
  3. 3. I would like to go for Malaysia for vacation about ten days and would like to get cheap andreasonable prices of hotels due to my limited budget for this vacation.Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:Budget Hotel about RM 80.oo one night.Budget Foods about RM 18 a day with soft drink / tea/coffee.By public transport .You need about RM 130 for a day.130 X 10 = 1300 RM for 10 day to stay in KL.if you want to go other Town. Genting ? Penang ?.another RM 120 for transport.Richard asks…where can i rent an Apartment for 2 months in Kuala Lumpur nearHospital Kuala lumpur?I need a relatively cheap but nice and secure place close to Hospital Kuala Lumpur. My budgetis 400GBP per month (2000MYR per month). It can either be serviced apartment, self catering,or hotel. I dont want a dormitary style accomdation, I need a single room for myself. Please anyadvice would be great! Thanks 3/6
  4. 4. Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:Depends and how near is near. There are lots of apartments on Jalan Genting Klang (googlemap to see how far is it) but most of those who rent an apartment there are students whousually live on a budget with no furniture. However, apartments at Jalan Genting Klang verynear to all food stalls, convenience shops, etc. It’s easy to travel to the hospital by buses thatare quite frequent but the jam can be horrible sometimes. You can get a personal room fromaround RM200-300, depending on the size, furnished/unfurnished, etc etc.Assuming you are not local, I don’t think it’s easy for you to get a room especially for 2 monthsonly. Anyway, good luck.Other options:1. Wangsa Maju (similar to Jalan Genting Klang, but with LRT station)2. Taman Sri Rampai (similar but quieter than Jalan Genting Klang)3. Jalan Ipoh4. Titiwangsa (pricey and high end), but less congested.5. Chow Kit6. OthersMark asks…Are there available hotel booths at Kuala Lumpur LCC Terminal?I’m planning a short vacation in KL, Malaysia. I’ll be arriving at LCC Terminal. Are there manyhotel booths or agencies available for tourist in the terminal ? What are the good but cheaphotels ing Kuala Lumpur? 4/6
  5. 5. Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:The airport booths will be for expensive hotels.However the Concorde Inn, Kuala Lumpur Airport isadjacent to the airport grounds. And has an airportshuttle service. 3 star and from $55.The 313 rooms provide the guest with such amenities as climate controls, personal safes,satellite TV, minibars and beverage stations, and full baths.It also has many fine facilities including a café, lounge, in-house restaurant, outdoor swimmingpool with sundeck, dry cleaning and laundry services, a fitness center, currency exchange,business meeting rooms and services, and 24-hour receptionDonald asks…Can anybody recommend me a cheapest hotel near airport inKuala lumpur malaysia?AND also tourist spots? 5/6
  6. 6. Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers: Check this out http://www.tunehotel.com. However bear in mind this is a no frill hotel just like its counterpart Air Asia which means the room is bare. You even need to purchase credit hours if you want to use aircondioner. There is one in Kuala Lumpur city centre and another one near LCCT airport. If you want really cheap hotels then you should go hunting for those shop house hotels but be warned these small hotels are not clean in the sense that they are often used by cheap prostitutes. If you just need to use the hotel to sleep, then Tune Hotel should be fine. Book in advance and look out for promotional rate, sometimes you could get extremely cheap rate. As for tourist spots in the city, the most popular among tourists are the icon of Kuala Lumpur which is the Petronas Twin Tower. To get a bird eye view of the city, go to KL Tower. For night entertainment and shopping go to Bukit Bintang or Bangsar. Petaling Street is famous for street shopping while nearby Central Market is for souveniers shopping. Going further from the city center, you may visit Sunway Lagoon Resort ( water theme park ) or Genting Highlands ( highland resort ). If you like nature and yet near to the city, then visit KL Bird Park, KL Orchid Park. Powered by Yahoo! Answers Top 10 hotels in Penang http://pulaupinang.org/10-hotel-terbaik-di-pulau-pinang for your visit to Pulau Pinang. Kuala Lumpur Hotels Cheap 6/6Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)