Bedz Kl

58, Cangkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, 50200, Malaysia

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    cheap dorm in good location: BEDZ KL

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    If you´re just looking for a clean bed for little money close to Bukit Bintang, this might be a place for you: the newly opened Bedz KL offers dorm beds for just 28 RM on Changkat Bukit Bintang. The problem is they ONLY offer dorm beds.

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Forum Posts

Affordable Buffet in KL

by pchan88ca

Hi,

I will be visiting KL and staying at Bukit Bintang in Jan 2011. One of my favourite is going for buffet.

Can someone tell me some good places to go for afforable dinner buffet? I also heard there is a Japanese buffet in KL. Can anyone tell me?

Thanks.

Re: Affordable Buffet in KL

by din2x

Most major hotel do Buffet in KL, and Japanese buffet is also easy to find.

The question now is, at what range do you consider affordable? A value in Malaysian Ringgit or US Dollar would help me suggest, where to get the reasonable buffet for that price.

Re: Affordable Buffet in KL

by pchan88ca

Affordable around M$40/head.

Re: Affordable Buffet in KL

by din2x

IF RM40 is your budget for buffet, it is everywhere. The common price offered by most hotel is within that range.

Re: Affordable Buffet in KL

by Triv

There is a place call HOB ( House Of Buffet) behind The Federal Hotel in Bukit
Bingtan, last time I was there, there was a special offer for $US20 all you can eat Japanese and international food. The best buffet compare to those at 5 star
hotel.But don't tell everyone as the price may go up when I come back.:-).

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

For better Towers Pic

by cornerkick

The Petronas towers are a must-see but it's always crowded in the morning.Try going there around 10pm-12midnight.The stores should be closed by then and you will have a chance to get better pictures without the crowd. Best view point would be the side facing the National Bank.

Go to this place called...

by harbir

Go to this place called Emporium...it's a night club and they had the most awesome live band. We entered at 12:30 and were there till 3:00....very rocking What i like about Kl is that people were very friendly, starting from the hotel staff to the taxi drivers to the shopkeepers....everyone

Passports and Visas

by Kakapo2

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To be allowed entry into Malaysia you need a passport valid for more than six months from the date of entry. This easy process applies to visitors from most western countries. Nationals from most African countries, the Middle East, some Asian countries, and interestingly enough, Suriname, require a visa. If you are from a country which has a visa abolition agreement with Malaysia (all European countries, USA, Japan, etc.) and want to stay longer than three months you also need to apply for a visa.

More and detailed info here:
http://www.kualalumpur.gov.my/travel.htm

Different ways of tarting up Chinatown

by phil_uk_net

In the past I have been quite critical of Singapore because of the fact they removed all the old buildings to build new ones. What I didn't realise was quite how bad those old buildings were. When buildings get beyond a state that is fit for human habitation they have to be pulled down and rebuilt. This is just what happened to Chinatown in Singapore.

In KL they have taken a different approach. The filthy, old buildings are there but with a new roof and a few palm trees. Malaysia is obsessive about becoming a developed nation by 2020 but the 'Band Aid' approach they are using in problem areas is not the way to achieve their ambition.

The picture shows the new roof over an original old building.

Prada? Fendi? Nike?

by Wardatul

When entering a malay home or most chinese and Indian homes as well in malaysia... shoes off please. We can arrange a display of our designer shoes or not so designer shoes by the front door. It has been a custom here for as long as anyone can remember.

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Address: 58, Cangkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, 50200, Malaysia