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Zaid bin Haritsah Mosque also known as Masjid Zaid bin Haritsah and Masjid Jamek Sungai Mulia.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Zaid bin Haritsah Mosque also known as Masjid Zaid bin Haritsah and Masjid Jamek Sungai Mulia.

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Masjid Zaid Bin Haritsah Jalan Gombak 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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Five daily prayers, Jumu’ah prayers

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  • Here Are 10 Best Family Road Trips In Malaysia

    Planning a family trip where everyone can enjoy themselves can be exciting but stressful as well. After Covid-19, it is expected that domestic travel will recover first. Why not use this time to plan for a road trip in Malaysia? Going on a road trip is a great way to bond and spend quality time with your family! Whether you are planning for a short weekend getaway or a vacation, Malaysia has so much to offer! Malaysia is ideal for family road trips as there are so many destinations that you can explore and enjoy with your family. Here are 10 best family road trips in Malaysia!  via GIPHYAlso Read: Here Is What Travel Will Look Like After Covid-19 1. Kota Tinggi to Desaru Image Credit: Kota Tinggi Waterfalls Resort It will take approximately 50 mins to drive down from Kota Tinggi to Desaru, hence making it an ideal short weekend getaway to enjoy with your family. Bring your family for a picnic and take a dip in the Kota Tinggi Waterfall. This spectacular view offers serenity, allowing us to relax and unwind. If you have more time to spare in Kota Tinggi, you can also visit the Kota Tinggi Firefly Park. Participate in outdoor studies with your family and get close to nature. This can be a fun yet enriching experience for the family! Image Credit: Desaru Fruit Farm More family-fun activities await you in Desaru. Drive down to Desaru Fruit Farm and learn how to grow various kinds of fruits. On top of that, you can even do a taste testing of the fruits you have picked. You can also bring the kids to feed the ostriches at the Desaru Ostrich Farm. My best pick will be the Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark, which can be enjoyed by people of all ages - adults and kids alike.    2. Port Dickson to Malacca Image Credit: Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson This trip is another ideal short getaway that you can consider. Stay for a night in Port Dickson and the following day, you can drive down to Malacca in less than 1.5 hours. Port Dickson is the best place to relax and rewind. Book one of the water chalets available like Lexis Hibiscus and enjoy a night stay. Nothing can go wrong with spending quality with the family in a private pool. Image Credit: St. Paul's Church on Lonely Planet The following day, you can take a drive to Malacca. There are many historical sites that you can visit in Malacca, which is known for its rich history. Head down to A Famosa and walk up the small hill to reach St. Paul's Church. Image Credit: Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum There are also plenty of museums around the area that you can visit too, like Flora de la Mar Maritime Museum and the Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum. If you happened to be in Klebang area, you must not miss the Klebang Original Coconut Shake! Nothing can beat teatime with some traditional Malay kuih (delicious!) and a cup of coconut shake topped with vanilla ice cream (yummy!). 3. Kuala Lumpur to Penang Image Credit: Wayne Chew on Unsplash No matter how long you are planning to stay in Kuala Lumpur, there are always things to see and do. It has become mandatory to take a trip to PETRONAS tower whenever one is in Kuala Lumpur. There are various things to see and do around the area like exploring Aquaria KLCC, visiting the aquarium, or shop at Suria KLCC. After spending some time sightseeing and shopping at Kuala Lumpur, continue your journey down the road for about 4 hours to reach a UNESCO heritage town, George Town in Penang. Image Credit: Dark Mansion More fun-filled activities await you in Penang. Visit Dark Mansion, a 3D trick art museum unlike the normal, because they glow in the dark! Your kids will definitely enjoy this, we promise!  Image Credit: Penang Hill on Facebook One of my best take in Penang will be Penang Hill. Ride up the funicular ride to enjoy breathtaking views, learn heritage and culture, and enjoy mother nature. Make sure to feast on their local delights like Char Kuay Teow and Assam Laksa. Penang houses some affordable cafes too so be sure to check that out with your family! 4. Ipoh to Cameron Highlands Image Credit: Old Town Ipoh on Lonely Planet  If you are looking for a lush greenery view on a trip, this road trip is made for you. The drive from Ipoh to Cameron Highlands takes about 2 hours. Firstly, wander down Old Town in Ipoh and discover the street arts and cute streets. You can also visit the city's gem such as Kellie's Castle and Birch Memorial Clock Tower. Once you're done exploring Ipoh's beautiful landmark and art, take a trip to Cameron Highlands. Image Credit: Strawberry Farms on visitmalaysia.info Meanwhile, at Cameron Highlands, you can bring your family out for some outdoor activities. Don't miss out on fun activities like strawberry picking in the strawberry farm, visiting the butterfly farm, and exploring the lavender garden. At the end of the day, spend some quality family time over steamboat in Cameron Highlands.  5. Johor Bahru to Mersing Image Credit: Legoland Malaysia on Facebook Our trip down to Johor Bahru will always be about the food or groceries on the usual days. How about a short getaway, let's say a 2-days 1-night trip with a detour to Mersing? In less than 2 hours drive, you can get to Mersing from Johor Bahru. Over at Johor Bahru, you can visit Legoland, a popular theme park that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Spend a day with your family here; enjoy the rides and attractions it has to offer.  Image Credit: Kishor on Unsplash After having some fun at Legoland, you can drive to Mersing. Mersing is all about the beautiful beaches and white sands. You can opt for snorkeling and island hopping in Mersing if your family is up for it. My best take in Mersing is to book a resort and enjoy a relaxing time at the beaches with your loved ones.  6. Sepang to Genting Highlands Image Credit: Sepang International Circuit  If you think that Sepang is only home to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, you are wrong. There are some fun-filled activities that you can do with your family here. In less than a 2 hours drive, you can get to Genting Highlands and the fun continues. Sepang is known for its Formula One race circuit, but if you're not in Sepang to watch one, head down to Avani Gold Coast Resort. You may choose to stay a night here or visit the Extreme Park for some activities like Go-kart, archery, and ATV jungle trail. Image Credit: Resorts World Genting Next, take a 2-hour drive to Genting Highlands. Enjoy the rides and attractions at the outdoor theme park, which caters to both kids and adults. You might also want to check the indoor theme park and video game park. Hop on the Awana Skyway; you can enjoy the spectacular view from a distance together with your loved ones. 7. Kuantan to Kuala Terengganu Image Credit: The Sungai Pandan Waterfall on Hotel Grand Continental Kuantan For me, Kuantan is an underrated city. Not many tourists visit this beautiful destination. In less than a 3-hour drive from Kuantan, you can reach your destination, Kuala Terengganu. In Kuantan, you can find several beautiful waterfalls. In my opinion, Sungai Pandan Waterfall will be an ideal spot if you are on this road trip with young kids or the elderly. Make a trip to Kula Cakes to eat the local's favorite Mango Cheesecakes. This store should be in every cheesecake lovers' list as they serve other unique flavors as well. Image Credit: Terengganu State Museum on Malaysia.travel After all that fun, drive to Kuala Terengganu for a heritage tour. Visit the Terengganu State Museum to learn about the history and culture of this place. Don't forget to also visit Pantai Batu Burok to enjoy the scenic beach view. 8. Bukit Tinggi to Kuala Selangor Image Credit: Berjaya Hills on visitmalaysia.info Another two locations that are off the beaten track should be on your list if you want to have a unique experience. It takes a 1.5-hour drive to get you to Kuala Selangor from Bukit Tinggi. The Japanese Tea House in Bukit Tinggi, also known as Berjaya Hills, offers you a soulful retreat. Explore the French-themed Colmar Tropicale and the zen-inspired Japanese garden. The rabbit farm is a must-visit for families; you can play and feed the cute little furry friends. Image Credit: Mount Melawati on The Star Next, drive to Kuala Selangor which takes about 1.5 hours. You can hike up Mount Melawati with your family and learn more about the history behind this notable hill. Also, make time to visit the Kuala Selangor Nature Park and walk through the mangroves. You can spot various species of birds here too! You should also try the Cendol Bakar. The preparation of the gula Melaka in this cendol is different from those of the normal cendol out there. 9. Banting to Sekinchan Image Credit: Tadom Hill Resorts This trip is catered to you if you're bringing along pre-teen kids or older who are adventurous and love outdoor activities. It takes 2 hours to reach Sekinchan by car from Banting. First, enjoy various adrenaline attractions in Banting. Head down to Tadom Hill Resorts, where you can enjoy activities like ATV and water swings. If you want to try some paragliding, you can hike up Bukit Jugra. Otherwise, you can just enjoy the scenic view from the peak with your family. Next, take a 2-hour drive to Sekinchan. Expect to see the lush green field of paddy in Sekinchan as it is home to the Paddy Processing Factory. Don't forget to drop by any of the small businesses selling tropical fruits nearby. The juicy giant mangoes, soursops, and guavas can quench your thirst over the hot day (Yum!). 10. Kota Kinabalu to Kundasang Image Credit: Sosodikon Hill on Facebook Located in Sabah, both Kota Kinabalu and Kundasang offers you scenic locations with fresh mountain air. Just about a 2-hour drive, you can get from Kota Kinabalu to Kundasang. You don't always have to hike up Mount Kinabalu when you're in Kota Kinabalu. If you still want to enjoy some mountain views but don't want to break a sweat, visit Sosodikon Hill. Don't forget to visit the Asquare Kota Kinabalu, the first creative container night food market in Kota Kinabalu. You will be spoilt for choices with over 60 varieties of food to choose from different street vendors. Image Credit: Desa Dairy Farm on Facebook Next, take a 2-hour drive to Kundasang. You can visit Desa Dairy Farm in Kundasang with the kids and feed the calves and goats while enjoying some freshly made gelato. I'm sure your kids will enjoy this activity! Also Read: 10 Tips On How To Prepare For A Road Trip There you have it, the 10 best family road trips in Malaysia. So what are you waiting for? Start planning for your next road trip to Malaysia now! via GIPHY     ...

  • 7 Restoran Jepang Halal di Kuala Lumpur

    Ada pepatah mengatakan bahwa sushi itu membagi orang menjadi dua tipe – Mereka yang menyukai atau membencinya. Bagi pecinta sushi, artikel ini cocok untuk kamu! Sebenarnya terdapat banyak makanan khas Jepang selain sushi, bisa jadi rasa – rasa baru lainnya akan juga menggugah selera kamu. via GIPHY Memang sulit menemukan restoran khas Jepang yang menyajikan makanan Halal di Kuala Lumpur, karena meskipun dagingnya Halal, makanan yang disajikan cenderung menggunakan mirin dan anggur beras. Kami ingin memberikan kamu pengalaman menyantap makanan khas Jepang yang luar biasa dan Halal di Kuala Lumpur, jadi simak deh restoran – restoran Halal khas Jepang di KL berikut ini: 1. Sushi King Kredit Foto: Sushi King di Facebook Ini bisa jadi adalah restoran paling terkenal di KL, kebanyakan orang pergi ke Sushi King untuk memuaskan rasa ingin makan sushi mereka. Ada banyak pilihan menu tersedia di restoran ini, dari buffet sampai à la carte, dan lebih kerennya lagi jika tidak ada menu yang kamu inginkan di buffet, kamu bisa memesannya secara terpisah. Sushi King jelas merupakan salah satu restoran sushi buffet terbaik yang terbaik di Kuala Lumpur, meskipun begitu mereka tetap memiliki variasi menu yang banyak jadi walaupun makanan khas Jepang bukanlah makanan favorit kamu, dijamin kamu akan menemukan sesuatu yang kamu suka disana! Temukan di: Ada lebih dari 100 outlet di Malaysia, jadi Kamu pasti menemukan satu di dekat kamu 2. Sukiya Malaysia Kredit Foto: Sukiya Malaysia di Facebook Bersertifikat halal, Sukiya Malaysia menyajikan makanan Jepang seperti masakan lokal - tanpa daging babi dan kandungan alkohol - maka jika kamu sedang mendambakan semangkuk mie ramen, kamu tahu harus ke mana. Salah satu restoran Jepang tertua di Malaysia, Sukiya Malaysia telah dibuka sejak 1982 dan mereka paham benar tentang cara memperlakukan pelanggannya. Datang langsung dari Jepang, suasana restoran ini adalah budaya pop Jepang dengan makanan khas Jepang seperti Gyudon, Kari Jepang dan Chicken Bowl, dan yang terakhir tentunya Ramen. Temukan di: Restoran ini kebanyakan berada di mall. Dua outlet yang paling terkenal di Kuala Lumpur adalah di Mid Valley Mega Mall dan Sunway Velocity Mall. 3. Ramen Village Kredit Foto: Ramen Village di Facebook Tempat lain untuk memanjakan diri kamu dengan mie Ramen adalah Ramen Village – nama yang menggambarkan isi menu dari tempat tersebut. Rasa yang disajikan sangat mantap lebih lagi mereka bahkan menawarkan hidangan fusion, gabungan antara masakan khas Jepang dengan cita rasa Thailand dan Korea, yang disesuaikan dengan standar Halal. Kuah kaldu miso adalah salah satu menu yang terbaik disajikan dengan ayam yang begitu lembut sehingga hanya hancur berantakan. Karena harganya, restoran ini bukanlah restoran yang tepat untuk kunjungan rutin, tetapi sangat layak kok untuk dicoba sekali-kali. Temukan di: NU Sentral, Lot L5 09, No. 201, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 50470, Kuala Lumpur 4. Agehan Japanese Restaurant, Grant BlueWave Hotel Kredit Foto: Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam di Facebook Kalau kamu mencari restoran Jepang tipe fine dining di KL, maka Agehan adalah tempat yang harus kamu datangi. Restoran Jepang bersertifikat halal ini berada di hotel bintang lima, tetapi mereka memiliki berbagai menu dengan macam - macam kisaran harga. Bermewah ria dengan menu à la carte untuk fine dining, atau pilih menu buffet dengan harga terjangkau di akhir pekan. Menu unggulan Agehan adalah masakan tradisional Jepang - seperti Hosomaki Sushi, Nigiri dan Makimono - serta sentuhan rasa lokal pada masakan seperti Tuna Mayo Maki dengan Cili padi (cabai mata burung). Restoran ini adalah salah satu restoran Jepang terbaik di Lembah Klang. Temukan di: Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam, Persiaran Perbkamuran, Seksyen 14, 40000 Shah Alam. 5. Wagyu Kokoro Kredit Foto: Wagyu Kokoro di Facebook Pastinya tidak mudah untuk menemukan Wagyu Yakiniku Halal di KL. Eiitsss.. tunggu dulu dan jangan berkecil hati! Karena Wagyu Kokoro ada untuk kamu. "Yakiniku" sendiri, yang artinya adalah daging panggang menjelaskan menu yang mereka sajikan. Benar saja, disini kamu bisa memanggang - panggang sendiri daging beef Halal pilihan chef mereka yang kualitasnya di atas rata - rata yaitu tingkatan A4 sampai A5. Mantap bukan? Selain daging beefnya yang lezat, mereka juga menyajikan menu berbahan ayam dan seafood yang segar. Menu yang disajikan ada beberapa tipe, dari menu pedas dan tidak pedas, serta dari menu set yang bisa dimakan 2 sampai 6 orang dan menu terpisah. Semua makanan yang disajikan pasti nendang. Selain itu, tempat ini memang cocok sekali untuk berkumpul bersama keluarga tersayang dan teman - teman kamu. Jangan lupa untuk mencoba Chicken Yakitori dan Kokoro Spicy Seafood Stew-nya, ya! Temukan di: Jalan Teknologi 2/1C Signature Park, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia 6. Pepper Lunch Express Kredit Foto: PepperLunch Malaysia di Facebook Meskipun salah satu outlet Pepper Lunch Express yang berada di Pavilion ditutup, mereka masih memiliki cabang di beberapa food court tertentu yang masih buka. Spesialisasi masakan Pepper Lunch adalah hidangan lada mereka (hampir semuanya sih) dan masakan disini paling enak dimakan langsung waktu sedang panas - panasnya. Coba deh Pepper Rice mereka yang diberi berbagai pilihan daging atau seafood dicampur dengan semua saus dan topping yang mereka tawarkan untuk membuat lidahmu bergoyang. Siap – siap ya terkena tendangan panasnya! Where to find: Bukit Bintang Food Court, Pavillion Food Court 7. Toyyiban Sushi, Bangi Getaway Kredit Foto: Toyyiban Sushi di Facebook Satu-satunya restoran sushi milik seorang Muslim, Toyyiban Sushi adalah bisnis milik sebuah keluarga yang dimulai oleh salah satu anggotanya yang merupakan orang asli Malaysia yang pernah belajar di Jepang. Meskipun tidak memiliki banyak pilihan pada menu mereka, restoran ini membuat orang muslim nyaman karena hidangan yang mereka sajikan adalah hidangan Halal terbaik di Kuala Lumpur. Selain sushi goreng renyah, mereka juga menyajikan hidangan mie seperti Udon, Soba dan Bento dengan harga yang pas. Mereka menawarkan sentuhan lokal pada kecap pedas (sambal kecap) yang dicampur dengan wasabi. Fakta menarik tentang restoran ini adalah bahwa restoran ini dinamai berdasarkan ayat Al-Qur'an loh! Dimana umat Islam diperintahkan untuk makan makanan murni, murni - Halalan Toyyiban – jadi pastinya kamu bisa yakin bahwa yang kamu makan disini itu makanan Halal! Temukan di: Bangi Gateway Shopping Complex, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan Itu tadi adalah beberapa restoran Jepang halal terenak di KL, jadi sekarang kamu bisa memuaskan hasrat ingin makan sushi atau masakan Jepang kamu di restoran – restoran diatas. Dari ikan bakar, sticky chicken, sashimi segar, atau wasabi yang nendang, buffet dan menu yang menyediakan semua yang kamu inginkan. Makanya, simak terus Aplikasi HalalTrip agar kamu bisa memberikan pendapatmu tentang tempat-tempat tadi, menu favorit kamu, dan jangan ragu deh untuk share tentang temuan - temuan kamu saat traveling langsung ke kami....

  • We Would Go To KL Just To Try Out These Hotels!

    Kuala Lumpur – the city that never stops growing. Beneath all these skyscrapers, you can always discover new places that are beyond the ordinary. From classic to contemporary designs, the hotel industry in KL has really put itself above the rest. These hotels create experiences and set a unique ambiance for their guests. Each one of them holds their own identity and story. Here at HalalTrip, we want you to discover only the best of Kuala Lumpur, so here are our top picks of hotels this year.   via GIPHY And the best part is, we have carefully cherry-picked these hotels so that they (hopefully!) won't burn a hole in your pockets. If you're on a budget, hang in there cause the cheapest one is right at the bottom of this article! So stay tuned!   1. The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel Credit: Kuala Lumpur Journal HotelNestled along the busy streets of Bukit Bintang, The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel is the ideal hotel for a luxurious stay while being on a 'budget'. Just 300m away from Bukit Bintang Monorail Station, this hotel is minutes away from local nightlife and KL's food galore. Credit: Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel   Credit: Kuala Lumpur Journal HotelWhat we love most about Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel is its retro-inspired design. Our favorite spot at this hotel is The Swimming Club. When you're staying at this hotel, don't miss the chance to lounge by the outdoor swimming pool. Imagine rattan lounge chairs, mismatched printed sofa, open air alfresco setting and neon lights. Relax and enjoy the city view from above.Feeling extra glamorous? Pack your velour tracksuits because all those neon lights will gladly take you back to the ’80s or maybe pretend you're in Yuna and G-Eazy's Blank Marquee music video! Price per night: Starting from SGD 95Address: 30, Beremi Street, Off, Sultan Ismail Street, Bukit Bintang, 50200, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite | Facebook | Instagram   2. Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur, Autograph Collection Credit: MarriottLocated in the city center of Kuala Lumpur, Hotel Stripes KL is part of the Marriott Autograph Collection, offering bespoke guest rooms designed with a contemporary and urban touch. Never miss a chance to catch the sunset by the infinity pool at the rooftop.   Credit: Marriott Our favorite part of this hotel is the urban neighborhood it's in. This is definitely a different side from the usual sight of Kuala Lumpur. Walk down the streets of this neighborhood and you'll find a mix of old and new businesses. Being in this area of Kuala Lumpur, you'll still find yourself reminiscing the colonial era. Price per night: Starting from SGD 101Address: 25, Kamunting Street, Chow Kit, 50300, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite | Facebook | Instagram   3. Alila Bangsar Credit: Alila Bangsar Just 3 minutes from Bangsar LRT Station, Alila Bangsar welcomes you with its high-level oasis. Why? Because its lobby is on the 41st floor! This 5-star hotel is the go-to hotel if you're looking for extremely stylish yet spacious rooms in Kuala Lumpur. Expect huge beds with a spacious lounge area all in one room at an affordable price. Along with sleek design washrooms and a full rain shower, Alila Bangsar is an absolute dream for a stay in Kuala Lumpur.  Credit: Alila Bangsar   Credit: Alila Bangsar Alila Bangsar gives you the best stay if you're someone who appreciates contemporary design. Alila Bangsar is all about combining modern minimalist features and natural elements together. Along with minimalist lounge area, the pool in this hotel is simply amazing. Price per night: Starting from SGD 106Address: East Side, 58, Ang Seng Street, Brickfields, 50470, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Website | Facebook | Instagram   4. Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur by Far East Hospitality Credit: Oasia Suites Kuala LumpurSituated close to the Menara KL Tower, Oasia Suites creates a fresh and vibrant ambiance for guests. This hotel emphasizes the natural elements and brings healthy lifestyles together in their hotel. In essence, Oasia Suites is a simple retreat from your busy lifestyle schedules. Credit: Oasia Suites Kuala LumpurOasia Suites accommodates you with its range of room types. It starts from the deluxe room, two types of one bedroom suite, two types of two bedroom suite to the family room. What’s fun about this hotel is the fact that each room has a very cute kitchenette and washing machine.This 4-star hotel also has a large rooftop swimming pool, gym, and a restaurant. For a longer stay, this hotel is the best choice you could ever make! Price per night: Starting from SGD 52Address: 10, Lorong P. Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur, 50250, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite | Facebook | Instagram 5. MOV Hotel Credit: MOV Hotel KLLocated in the Changkat area of ​​Bukit Bintang, a busy area in Kuala Lumpur, MOV Hotel will greet you with its European-style interiors. The hotel was first opened in 2018. The building is still new and fresh. MOV Hotel’s interior is very well-thought. It has a strong modern style - black, gray, white and red are used as their main colours. This hotel provides 147 rooms including 9 lofts. The room design is very edgy. With the hint of red inside the room, the ambiance becomes very romantic. On the rooftop, there is an outdoor swimming pool with a view of the city. You can chill and relax while sitting on a modern hanging chair. Let’s slide down to the restaurant. Well, quite literally, because an actual slide to the restaurant is built just for you. In this playful restaurant, you can enjoy Wurst: a semi-buffet style breakfast. So unique, right? Price per night: Starting from SGD 44Address: 43, Berangan Street, Bukit Bintang, 50200, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite | Facebook | Instagram   6. Tian Jing Hotel Credit: Tian Jing HotelIf you are looking for a hotel with a traditional touch and ambiance, then you must try to bunk into this amazing hotel. Situated in Chinatown, Tian Jing Hotel is a boutique hotel that is inspired by traditional Chinese architecture. Prepare to get charmed. Credit: Tian Jing HotelHandpicked unique furniture is all over the hotels and the rooms. From its wooden bed frame, wardrobe to its china glassware. Each room has a private gravel based courtyard separated by bamboo blinds from the bedroom. Credit: Tian Jing HotelFacing the bedroom is a large spacious outdoor bathroom with copper pipelines. Yes, it is outdoor, natural yet private. You can literally enjoy having a warm or cold fuzzy shower in the open air. Price per night: Starting from SGD 65Address: 66-68, Sultan Street, City Centre, 5000, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite | Facebook | Instagram   7. Bello & Bella Boutique Hotel Credit: Bello & Bella Boutique HotelLocated in the residential segment of Cheras, Bello & Bella Boutique Hotel stands out from its surrounding. It will be hard for you to miss it. Bello & Bella pampers you with its European style and a touch of modern colors: ash gray, turquoise, gold, and honey-ish yellow. Credit: Bello & Bella Boutique HotelBello & Bella is a 4-story tall building with 19 available rooms that come in different sizes. With the exception of the studio type room, each room is equipped with a bathtub. The penthouse rooms have a sky view design bathroom where you can relax and watch the sunsets while taking a bath. What’s fun about this hotel other than its style is its 24/7 free coffee machine. You can enjoy having your coffee anytime while reading some interesting magazines on the reading corner - Edgy. Credit: Bello & Bella Boutique Hotel Price per night: Starting from SGD 37Address: 19, 6 Manis Street, Taman Segar, 56100, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWebsite | Facebook | Instagram ...

  • Bunk In At KL's Most Chic Hostels For As Low As $13!

    Kuala Lumpur is known to be one of the most visited city for backpackers. It is pretty easy and cheap to roam around the city of KL which makes it safe and affordable for a first solo trip. It is rich in culture, history, and there is a whole array of religious sites you can visit. KL has so much to offer! There are plenty of hostels available in KL, but not all of them are worth a stay. If you are doing a solo or getaway trip with your friends, you will need a place to impress. Cheap but stylish hostels? We definitely got you! If you are planning to backpack to KL but have not really decided where to stay, we have gathered..... drum roll via GIPHY 5 MOST CHIC HOSTELS TO BUNK IN KL for as low as S$13! 1. Bunk & Bilik Jalan Ipoh | Bunk & Bilik Sri Petaling Credit: Bunk & Bilik Jalan Ipoh Credit: Bunk & Bilik Sri Petaling Bunk & Bilik is a contemporary designed hostel located in both Jalan Ipoh and Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. This hostel accommodates bunk beds and private rooms (bilik in Bahasa Melayu). So, you can choose your room based on your budget or your privacy needs. Talking about price, Bunk & Bilik’s shared bunk bedroom type is priced at only SGD 14. Seriously, don’t believe me? Check out their website for more information lahh! Credit: Bunk & Bilik Jalan Ipoh Credit: Bunk & Bilik Sri Petaling If you're new to hostels, the bunk beds are located in a shared room. Every shared room comes with its own shared bathroom. The most important thing is, you do not have to worry about being in the same room with the opposite gender. In Bunk & Bilik, you can choose to book a bed in a mixed-gender room or a female-only room. Credit: Bunk & Bilik Jalan Ipoh Credit: Bunk & Bilik Sri Petaling The Bunk & Bilik at Sri Petaling has a dark and industrial, minimalist look while the Bunk & Bilik at Jalan Ipoh has a bright, vibrant look to it. You can expect well-maintained amenities, cozy lounge areas as well as bits and pieces of the Malaysian culture at every corner of the hostels. Don't miss the chance to grab a sit at their dining tables to experience communal dining the Malaysian way! And did we mention? Refreshments are free to flow guys! Price per night: Starting from SGD 13Address: 646, Sultan Azlan Shah Street, Segambut, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 9, Radin Bagus Street, Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Website | Facebook | Instagram (Jalan Ipoh) | Instagram (Sri Petaling) 2. Mingle @ Chinatown | Mingle @ High Street  Does sleeping in a 100-year-old building sounds fun to you? Then this one is perfect for you! To start off, Mingle has two hostels located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, one in Chinatown and the other in High Street. Mingle hostels provide shared rooms with bunk beds as well as private rooms. 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Credit: Paper Plane Hostel The walls of Paper Plane Hostel is carefully decorated with black decals that turn it into an artsy hostel. The Paper Plane Hostel a mix of double and triple bunk beds. If you're a solo traveler, you can also opt for a single bedroom. Once you step into the Paper Plane Hostel, you'll be greeted with a full glasshouse lobby. Did we mention that this hostel has its own rooftop garden? Oh yes, they do! Price per night: Starting from S$23Address: 15, Sin Chew Kee Street, Bukit Bintang, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Website | Facebook | Instagram 5. BackHome KL Credit: BackHome Hostel Located in the bustling area of the financial and historical district in KL, BackHome is an interesting boutique hostel to stay. Restored from 6 colonial shop houses, BackHome offers you a spacious contemporary designed place to stay. Credit: BackHome Hostel Double and gender-based dorm rooms are accommodated in this hostel. 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