Hotel Noble

165-169, 4th Floor, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur, 50100, Malaysia
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  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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by kilpatrickalex

how do i book hostel online

Re: booking

by chrisbilal

It's probably best to go to the hostel's website. You can't book anything on virtual tourist - it's a place to share travel experiences.

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by putri_jogja

I m quite familiar with to find hostel for my accomodation. It is easy to book. U only pay 10% from the total amount on ur credit card. And the balace must be paid once you check in.
Hope this information is usefull

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by lynnehamman

Go to the TRAVEL GUIDE box (in blue strip atop of page)


On left side of page there is a menu- choose HOTELS- click on that

Once the accommodation/hotels page appears, TICK THE APPROPRIATE BOXES at top of page-

You can now read reviews for Hostels and Budget hotels, see where they are, and their rates.
If you find one that interests you, take a note of the name, and GOOGLE it to book online.

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by sheherezad

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Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Monkeys in the city center.

by cachaseiro

One thing that is quite odd to me as a dane is that you have monkeys hanging in the trees in KL and they are wild monkeys.
I have come across them a few times in the center of town and they surely add to the exoticness of the city for us northern people.


by Imbi

Its always good to get away from cold and murky, gloomy place to some where like exotic Kuala Lumpur any time of the year. But it bargain and a half if you go there during any festival. We were there near Chinese New Year and it was amazing there.

Breakfast on 19th Dec 2004@Jalan Sultan Ismail

by Wild_Orchid

Meeting VT friends is indeed a pleasure. Manueleb, the famous Venezuelan, who is practically an insitution and icon here on VT, who lived and works in Tokyo was in town for a couple of days.

I met up with him and his family-wife Maria, daughter Valentina and son, Pablo. Where to go for breakfast? decisions, decisions. While driving around thoughts flickered through my mind - Dang Wangi nasi lemak-hmmm -may be too spicy, a kopi tiam near Jalan Doraisamy-hmmm not sure if the hygiene level meets up to expectations. In the end, I drove them to Lot 10 and we ate at Hawkers the dai-pai thong styled food court. Not the most creative solution but anyway, Pablo said his noodles was 'oishyi' ("delicious" in Japanese) while Valentina seemed to enjoy the sui kow (water dogs! aka dumplings in soup aka chinese gyoza).

My son and I ate some fish porridge and dumplings. Mrs M had some fried rice with acar, while the big man enjoyed some noodle soup. It would be nice to meet & host Manuel and his family again. I wonder when they're planning a return trip to KL?


by Krystynn

go SIGHTSEEING and SHOPPING. Let me now share a little about what it's like to shop here in Kuala Lumpur. And these are some of my suggestions:

CHINATOWN. The unmistakable Oriental atmosphere is very evident particularly at night when petty traders spread out their wares along the street. It's the ideal place to test your bargaining skills (please refer to my 'Cultural Tips' section for more info). A must for any tourist.

Lot 10 Shopping Mall. No bargaining here. You can grab some nice designer stuffs... and the price is amongst the cheapest here in Asia (thanks to the low cost of living in this city). Let's just say that you can even find a lovely Mondi outfit for just over US$100! You can NEVER expect to pay this kind of money in Tokyo, Hongkong or even, Singapore.

Ramadan Stalls

by aussirose

We just happened to be in KL during the Ramadan Celebration. Those that celebrate fast during the day and then at around 7.20pm break the fast for dinner.

On our way out of KL heading south to Melaka we saw a number of Ramadan food stalls. Richard explained that quite a few busy families buy a ready made dinner on their way home from here.

I wish we had something like that here in Australia.....ready made cheap dinners to buy on the way home from work :o)


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