Reggae Guest House 2 @ Kuala Lumpur


Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur is one of the four guest houses owned and run by the Reggae Hostels Group. It is a hostel especially for international backpackers. Located at Jalan Tun H.S Lee, it’s a stone throw’s away from the famous, happening Reggae Bar recommended by Lonely Planet. You will never run out of things to see or do during your stay there as China Town a.k.a Petaling Street and Central Market are just down the road.

I was fortunate enough to be able to stay there for 2 nights in one of their 6 bed dorms (with shared bathroom) which was booked via my preferred booking partner, HostelBookers.Com. A common trait found in most hostels in Kuala Lumpur, the room is relatively small and the walls are thin, however that does not bother me at all. Breakfast was the usual coffee, tea and toast. Plus point: I love its nicely decorated common room and facilities. The downside of the hostel is it has only two bathrooms/showers, one for each gender. Other than that, I would have to say that it is a pretty cool place to bunk in for the night.

Living up to its name, many international backpackers converge here for a short and even a long stay, either to enjoy and soak up the vibrant Kuala Lumpur city life or just to chill out with fellow backpackers. Sightseeing, tours and shopping are aplenty. The guest house is easily accessible via public transport as it is near Pasar Seni LRT Station and Pudu Bus/Taxi Terminal. Friendly reception, helpful staff, groovy atmosphere, happening backpackers and the fact that it is located nearby tourist attractions make it one of the sought-after hostels by backpackers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Give it a try and tell me your experience.

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The entrance to Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The staircase at the entrance of Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
Friendly reception at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
Fellow travellers at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The facilities in the mixed dormitory at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
My bed on the top of the double-decker bed in the mixed dormitory at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The mixed dormitory at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
World clock and travel books at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The common areas at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The kitchen / pantry area at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur is clean and spacious
The kitchen / pantry area of Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
Cosy atmosphere at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The interesting interior of Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
One of the shared toilets at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The common area at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
The information board at Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur
An Indian temple nearby Reggae Guest House 2, Kuala Lumpur

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Reggae Guest House 2

Address: 206, 1st Floor Jalan Tun H . S, Lee, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50000
Phone: +603-2078 8163 for more info
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8 Comment

  1. erika the explorer! haha

  2. Hahaha…you can be an explorer too! 😉

  3. So you should turn into a Rastafarian already, eh? Haha

  4. Hahaha…I've always liked Bob Marley and reggae. 😉

  5. You had me at reggae 😉 Awesome, I think I know where I am staying in KL now…thanks!

  6. You're welcome, I'm glad it helps. 🙂 So, which out of the four Reggae guest houses are you planning to stay at in KL?

  7. Hi Erika, just read your blog!! You can't believe my whole family like reggae too!! My husband is a DJ especially on Reggae music. And my little one's favourite song is Buffalo Soldier!!

  8. OMG, what a small, small world we're living in!! I can't believe we share the same love for Reggae and oh boy, your family is simply amazing!! Like your little girls, I love the Three Little Birds, Buffalo Soldier and all of Bob Marley's songs too!! (^_^)v

    How about you, what are your favourite songs? It's really wonderful to find someone and especially an entire family who shares the same love for something – good music and food.

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