Green Hut Lodge

48, Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, 50200, Malaysia

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Excellent
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  • Families50
  • Couples19
  • Solo7
  • Business0
  • Lodge is now run by ignorant amateurs

    by

    As I read many reviews are about bedbugs. Maybe this is related.
    I recently stayed for 3 days in GH. On 3rd day, I returned from shopping around 1pm and was almost choked to death after I entered the main lobby. The pest control company and the lofge management were negligent in notifying the guests when they sprayed toxic fume in the rooms.
    Upon my complaint, I was asked to stay inside my room and not come out.
    I wanted to check out but they refused to refund me.
    To all who reads this review site, the photos you see are no longer valid, as Pakistanis are runing the lodge now, no more Javanese style deco. All deco are from Pakistan now. I suppose all previous reviews are redundent and would not mean anything anymore.

    Unique Quality: NONE

    Directions: Go else where

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    Stay a Little Bit More

    by

    Unique Quality: Stay here and u get:
    Free Unlimited Internet access
    Free breakfast
    Free Travel Advisory and lots more..

    Green Hut Lodge is a clean, bright, and colourful deco compliment your living senses right in the heart of downtown Kuala Lumpur.

    Ideally located in the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur, within walking distances from Petronas Twin Tower (KLCC), KL Tower, Chinatown and 24 -hour convenience stores, bars and restaurants.

    Where international travellers call home, ideal for between 18 - 45 years. It's definitely the place to meet new friends and exchange travel tips. The place is cozy, fun, and safe (they back this up with their previous guests' comments!!)

    Once in-house, you will find a wide array of facilities on offer. They offer shared, private accommodations and dormitories. All rooms air-conditioned and equipped with hot showers. Rooms with attached baths are also available for those who seek a little privacy.

    The reception is open round-the-clock (24-hours), unrestricted access for you. Local / long distance telephone booth (cheapest rates you can get in town), reading area, relax lounge, smoking area, satellite TV with DVD movies, luggage storage, travel and help desk, common kitchen, drinks counter (sodas / beers), and multiple-terminal broadband internet access. If you miss the sun bathing fun at the beach, they have an open garden on the 1st floor for a complete tan.

    You are 2 minutes away from the convenience stores, cinemas and post offices. Major shopping malls are also located nearby offering the best in bargain prices. For the food enthusiasts, restaurants and bars are just right out of the door steps.

    For security in mind, lockers are available to keep your important stuff. They organize city tours and trips to nearby tourist attractions. For those who prefer to explore the city on their own, maps and brochures are given away absolutely free.

    Directions: Just mention to go Allson Genesis Hotel at Bukit Bintang area at Tengkat Tong Shin. Green Hut is located just directly opposite Allson about 20 meters away.

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    One of the cheapest , clean and....

    by

    Opened in the middle of January 2004,
    Green Hut is located within distances to all major Shopping Centres, Banking, Dining, Entertainment Centres, KL Towers, Twin Towers and Chinatown.

    Facilities:
    *Rest area and TV lounge
    * Reading Room equipped with magazines, books and newspapers
    * Free maps, brochures of the city and nearby attractions
    * Kitchenette for breakfast service
    * Laundry services
    * Open garden with seating
    * Round the clock service personnel available
    * Internet services

    Unique Quality: Rates incl. breakfast :
    Single without windows -RM 50
    Twin Bed with windows RM 65
    Extra Bed RM 15

    Rates are quoted nett inclusive of 10% service charge and 5% government tax.

    Directions: Nearest LRT Station : Lot 10 station (abt 8 mins walk to Hotel)

    Frm KL Sentral: PRT Monorail to Lot 10 station.

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    Best budget accomodation in KL?

    by

    Helpful staff, clean rooms if a little small, air con, shared bathrooms very clean, breakfast, movies and net facilties.

    Unique Quality: Great location in golden triangle near bus station, shopping and places to eat/go out

    Directions: Golden Triangle

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    Kuala Lumpur's best backpacker hostel

    by

    I stayed in The Green Hut twice. The Green Hut is located near Sungei Wang and very close to major airlines' offices and shopping centres in Kuala Lumpur.

    Going from The Green Hut to Chinatown and KLCC is convenient. This Malay-Japanese style hostel that occupies former shophouses offers you a delightful hostel experience. There is a reading shelf , Internet facilities, common bathrooms, and a table for you to do your writing.

    Staying in The Green Hut is a modest and humble experience worthwhile for your trans-Southeast Asian solo journeys.

    Unique Quality: Malay-Japanese style deco and furniture. Free breakfast when you book your room on-line at www.thegreenhut.com.

    Directions: Bukit Bintang District

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    Green Hut RM30.00 - Bukit Bintang

    by

    Green Hut RM30.00 located behind Jalan Alor, opposite BB Plaza of Bukit Bintang. Many tourists there and the area has more than just one guesthouse, definitely a good place to stay and easy to go for shopping and eating at Jalan Alor at night.

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Taxi fare from sunway pyramid to mid valley

by kxz86

Hi,

ANyone can roughly tell me the taxi price from sunway pyramid to midvalley on saturady evening? (metered taxi and taxi using coupon system)

and how about taxi price from midvalley to 1 u/1u to midvalley?

thanks

Re: Taxi fare from sunway pyramid to mid valley

by sheherezad

Would be nice to at least know where you are from?? FYI no KL/PJ/any city/intercity cabs in MY use the coupon system - that system was established for taxis from the airports (to curb 'slaughtering' of tourists and locals alike). Elsewhere in KL/PJ/Sunway etc only metered taxis operate. The question is whether they'll use the meter (which they often won't if they've been waiting at a taxi stand/hotel etc for a passenger) - best to flag down a taxi on the street. But if you look 'Mat Salleh' be prepared for taxi driver antics. I HATE TAKING TAXIS IN KL :(( And use a cab driver I know when necessary. I can give you Andrew's no if u wish and you can liaise with him if he's available for when you need to go to MVC/1 Utama. Hope this helps?

Re: Taxi fare from sunway pyramid to mid valley

by fital69

agreed to the above,
sad to say, a lot of redneck drivers, just try insist on meter (wish you luck).
if all of them refuse, try to get from them the fixed price they wanted to charge, so you know you can afford it or not. during day time it could be around RM20-30 and by night they might looking for double.

actually via NPE (North Pantai Expressway), they can get you to Midvalley very fast, less traffic and end up the meter price in reasonable price. Maybe you can insist them to use this way, just remember the name NPE (avoid traffic jam period - morning when people going to work and after office hour)

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Address: 48, Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, 50200, Malaysia