Top 5 cheap Kuala Lumpur hotels is still a traditional guesthouse stronghold, but there has been an increase in gussied-up guesthouses.
This top 5 cheap Kuala Lumpur guesthouse is an extremely popular stay with limited number of rooms but has cheerfully designed rooms for those choosing to stay in a more personal, relax and romantic. Its also easy to access to nearest shopping streets.
This top 5 cheap Kuala Lumpur hotels was released by www.guardian.co.uk, Monday 14 January 2008 13.10 GMT. Booking hotels can be done via email and telephone through attached contact no.
1. Number Eight Guesthouse
Escape from the budget crypts to this boutique-worthy guesthouse carved out of a row of shop houses. Rooms have the novel addition of windows and contemporary Asian-eque décor. The budget wing offers dorms and the boutique wing has private, en-suite rooms. There's generous hangout space and lots of chummy TV watching. To scratch that environmental itch, the hot water is solar heated.
INFO : 8-10 Tingkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang; Tel no : 603 2144 2050;
2. Pujangga Homestay
If you were from the Kuala Lumpur (KL) middle-classes, you might have grown-up in something akin to Pujangga Homestay. It's a simple residence separated from the street by a garden courtyard and has space for 11 guests in various room configurations (singles, doubles, triples). There's no décor to write home about, but that is part of the charm - the linens are department-store variety, the walls are the colour of putty, and the floors are swept clean. Such an unassuming setting is often garrulous in communicating a sense of place.
INFO : 21 Jalan Berangan, off Jalan Nagasari, Bukit Bintang; +603 2141 4243
3. Pondok Lodge
Enjoy the laid-back simplicity of Malay living at this low-key guesthouse. The rooms are a bit of a mixed bag, which means you should use your backpacker savvy and ask to see a room before bedding down for the night. But once you're settled in, relax on the rooftop terrace where the cool breezes and buddy mood will erase all the unknowns of travelling in strange lands.
INFO : 20-2C Jalan Changkat, Bukit Bintang; + 603 2142 8449; doubles from £8.60
4. Red Palm
Distinguishing one bare-bones guesthouse from another requires a sensitivity for camaraderie over amenities. This small and basic hostel excels in the bonding department, partly because the amenities are so skeletal. Rooms are barely private with air-circulating gaps near the ceilings and showers, that sometimes involve a queue. Overall setting is a hybrid of college dorm and off-campus apartments: couches are for kicking back, a communal kitchen is for instant noodle prep and staff are often remembered like chums by former guests.
INFO : 5 Tengkat Tong Shing, Bukit Bintang; +603 2143 1279
5. Tune Hotel
The budget air carrier Air Asia has transplanted its no-frills philosophy into the accommodation arena. Granted the sweaty guesthouses already have budget cornered, but Tune Hotel tweaks the model with an emphasis on sleeping: you get a name-brand mattress instead of a stuffed palette and a splash of colour on the walls. Rates are determined by demand and a la carte services, meaning for more ringgit, you can buy soap, air-conditioning, and fresh towels - the land-based version of the rolling refreshment carts.
INFO : 316 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman; +603 2692 3300
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Seri Tanjung Homestay, Melaka is one of the high attractive cultural homestay in Melaka or Malacca.
A Famosa Melaka is one of the unique destination must be visited. Also Nyonya culture was known as a cultural homestay international. If you travel to Melaka don't forget to get these two spot point of visit location.
Experience the real kampung way of life at Seri Tanjung Village. Twice winner of National beautiful competition, Seri Tanjung offers accommodation for visitors under Homestay concept. The village is in Alor Gajah district, situated at 24km away from Malacca Historic City.
During your stay, you will be able to observe and participate in the activities organized by the villagers, such as poultry, husbandry and farming. there are also a number of ponds for plain water fishes, run commercially by the villagers. From time to time, visitors will be able to observe some traditional recreations such as gasing ( top spinning), congkak ( traditional Malay game) or seni silat (Malay Martial Arts).
You have two options: you can either take a taxi from the town to Seri Tanjung or contact your hosts to pick you up from the hotel.
Seri Tanjung Tours & Homestay Sdn. Bhd.
AG: 4926, Tingkat 1,
Bangunan Mara, Jalan Besar,
78300 Masjid Tanah, Melaka, Malaysia.
Telephone/Fax:+ 606 - 385 2330
Mobile : + 6013 - 613 8821
+ 6014 - 266 8821
+ 6016 - 669 1847
E-mail : email@example.com
Website : http://www.seritanjungtours-homestay.com.my/2007/index.php
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