We are a family that has two hostels and many years of experience in hospitality business.
Our place is a budget Guesthouse that is located in the well-known Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur, where everything is easily within walking distance.
The moment you walk in the door, you are considered part of the family. In our comfortable lobby you can enjoy free coffee and tea and meet other like-minded travelers. :)
We do our best to establish a warm homey environment.
Helping with Tourists
Help with Computers / internet
we believe that volunteers are able to explore the Malaysian culture through the eyes of the locals, we will show them the best places to eat and the best food to eat at Bukit Bintang.While engaging with our wonderful guests from all over the world you will marry and explore the way of life and their culture
Requirement for the volunteering
- Fluent English (other languages are a bonus)
- Social skills and enthusiastic character
- Minimum commitment of 1 month
For reception mainly you just have to be at the front desk, receive the calls, emails, check-ins and check-outs.
You also have to explain the guests where they can go to fulfill their day and how to get there by using a map. If you are not familiar with KL don't worry, we will teach you everything you need to know! :)
In return you will be provided accommodation, laundry and a pocket money (Malaysia is very cheap country).
In Kuala Lumpur the real joy lies in wandering randomly, seeing, shopping and eating your way through it.
KL hosts an amazing variety of architectural delights. The grandest old British colonial buildings lie in the city center and include the former offices of the Colonial Secretariat (now the Sultan Abdul Samad Building) on Merdeka Square and the old Kuala Lumpur Railway station. They blend themes from the architecture of Britain and North Africa.
On Merdeka Square's west side, looking like a rejected transplant straight from Stratford-upon-Avon is the Royal Selangor Club. Near Merdeka Square is Masjid Jamek, a charming Moorish-style mosque set at a confluence on the Klang River.
The National Mosque, Masjid Negara, (1965) celebrates the bold ambitions of the newly independent Malaysia. The National Monument in the pretty Lake Gardens is inspired by the Iwo Jima Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. The ASEAN sculpture garden is nearby. Also in the lake gardens is Carcosa Seri Negara, the former residence of the British High Commissioner, which now houses an upmarket hotel and colonial-style tea rooms.
While some buildings in the high-rise Golden Triangle, such as the KL Tower, are uninspired copies of other famous structures, the Petronas Twin Towers are truly marvelous.
Within the city center is also the fascinating narrow streets of Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur's traditional commercial district, with its many Chinese shops and places to eat.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week