Back to hosteling

Back to hosteling

We had been in hotels for the last couple of weeks – since very cheap and excellent value – but now we wanted to be more sociable and interact with some young people.

So we booked up Special Bedz Hostel right in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. Hostelworld described it as a clean, great location with a friendly atmosphere. The entrance was not promising, with a dark stairwell off a very busy, not very affluent street, with a band playing loud music outside.

However, once up the flight of stairs and having taken our shoes off, we were made to feel instantly at home with the two receptionists, fun and friendly Fatin and Iera, who couldn’t do enough for us.

The communal area was full of a multinational group of young people, mostly conversing in English about their travels past, present and future. This is what we miss at hotels;  the fascinating exchanges with lots of very positive young people, many at the start of their travelling lives.

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