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TravelPod Member ReviewsEquator Hostel Kuala Lumpur
Having been to KL several times before, I didn't want to explore the city too much this time round - I was pretty much here to go to the Thai embassy and that's what I did. For the rest of my time, I wanted to just chill out and relax, so I was able to watch endless DVDs and lounge around the common areas at the hostel.
Toby and Wan were both very helpful and were always up for a chat as well as helpful with directions and so on. Owner Hady was also lovely and made sure that my Christmas eve was fun-filled.
Great location too, as directly opposite Time Square for supermarket, etc.
I will definitely stay there again on my next visit to KL.
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