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More KL Budget Hotels & Hostels

Posted by on May 6th, 2007
Filed Under: Budget, Kuala Lumpur

Here are more choices of budget hostels & hotels if you couldn’t get a desired bed in the suggested KL Budget Hotels & Hostels guide.

Backpackers Travellers Lodge
The cheapest rooms at this popular establishment are windowless doubles; doubles with shower are large, but pricey for what you get. There’s TV lounge and internet access (not cheap).
Location: 1st Flr, 158 Jl Tun HS Lee
Tel: 2031 0889

Backpackers Travellers Inn
This is a relatively clean, popular and well-run place, albeit cramped with windowless rooms. It has an excellent location, a great rooftop bar, nightly movies, TV and cooking facilities.
Location: 60 Jl Sultan
Tel: 2078 2473

Le Mun Guest House
Right in the heart of Chinatown, this no-frills hotel is fun, cheap, place although the cardboard partition walls compromise privacy. Clean and communal toilet. The entrance is on Jl Sultan.
Location: 5th Flr, 109 Jl Petaling
Tel: 2078 0639

YWCA
Very quiet establishment tucked away east of Chinatown, with plain but acceptable rooms (fan and bathroom) for women or married couples.
Location: 12 Jl Hang Jebat
Tel: 2078 3225

Chinatown Guest House
Simple but amiable establishment.
Location: Wisma BWT, 103 Jl Petaling
Tel: 2072 0417

Anuja Backpackers Inn
Convenient location opposite Puduraya bus station with fine rooftop beer garden and evening movies.
Location: 28 Jl Pudu
Tel: 2026 6479
Email: anuja@sgsmc.com

Hotel Excel Inn
Clean, neat, all rooms (windowless) with aircon, shower room, TV and phones, upper rooms away from noise outside.
Location: 89 Jl Petaling
Tel: 2031 8621

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