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No. 73 & 75 Jalan Haji Hussein, Off JalanRajaMuda Abdul Aziz,Chow Kit/Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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926 Total Reviews
  • 79%Value For Money
  • 69%Security
  • 71%Location
  • 71%Staff
  • 62%Atmosphere
  • 61%Cleanliness
  • 67%Facilities

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Stayed 2 nights-double room/ensuite. Bed was OK, slept over sheets + small fleece blanket. AC + Fan worked well. Shower had good pressure. Enough space. Small lockers in public area. No window/table/chair. Kitchen was small-average, enough cutlery/crockery, unlimited filtered water. TV area not busy, few chairs/pillows. Staff was nice. Smoking area in stairwell 4m outside office no ventilation - not too smelly. Lift old but OK. Cat friendly. Wifi weak. Near stalls,shops, fruit market, monorail.

  • 11th Apr 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Crowded and mixed culture. If you stay in dorm have to be ready to meet low educated people. So have to be ready for possible tensions. In my dorm stayed group of asian people who talked until 3 am and when finally they go sleep , they turned ON (!) radio. Also I heard shouting fight between man and reception man which was finished phrase " get out from my guesthouse!!!"

  • 27th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Russia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Think this deserves a higher rating by far! Clean, cheap and a social area. Could have had a few more fans in the rooms but overall a nice hostel. Also close to wet market and loads of places to eat :)


It is an alright place. The staff is nice. No AC and weakest fan ever ! Next street very nice food market


The staff were very nice and friendly. Every day I walked through the hall way, we always say hi or chatting a bit. I will always miss my chibatta with them!! They are a very peaceful and respectful family also very helpful and friendly. Originally I only booked for a night (I just jumped off a train from KUL ) ,but had been stayed for total 12 days!!! booked a dorm bed, but the day only males, and lucky to upgrade to a single room. impressive to enjoy their traditional food, my bestie in bkk :D


cheap and in a neighborhood quite good if you want to meet locals. you have to pay for the bed, then everything is added cost. but cool for the price!


i stayed there last weekend with my friend. The hostel doesn't look nice from outside, but once you get in, it's definitely worth what you have paid. I highly recommend this hostel to those on budget trip. :D

  • 14th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Malaysia
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Good: cheap Short walk to train Bad: ac cools to about 25-28 degrees Water leaking everywhere in bathroom No tp without charge Overall: If youre going for cheap, its totally doable, but be prepared to sacrifice a bit on your expectations. If youre going for a nice experience, then you might wanna look elsewhere. I personally would stay here again, but i don't expect much from the cheaper hostels on this site.


Close to monorail station food stalls just in front, but area quite dirty and seedy. Lockers, kitchen, wifi available but sanitary facilities weren't inviting.


The hostel is pretty sketchy because the building itself is quite rundown but the price and staff were amazing! Location is alright because it's conveniently situated next to a monorail station and near a free bus stop. Lockers provided and you must enter a code to open the door. I do recommend this hostel and would stay there again.


I almost never saw the staff smile - especially the woman. You have to pay for a blanket and pay for toliet paper - in 9 months of travel I've never had to do that. However I would stay here again - good location with good food around. Super close to the metro. Has its own kitchen as well. Lots of information on the walls.

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