With thousands to millions of tourists seeing for themselves what this Southeast Asian country has to offer, a wide array of accommodations sprouted from all over the country to cater to the increasing number of visitors this gets every year.

Guide to Different Accommodations in Malaysia

With it numerous modern and natural attractions and its accessibility to Thailand and Singapore, we’re not surprised how Malaysia landed on the top 10 countries mostly visited by travelers from all over the world.


With thousands to millions of tourists seeing for themselves what this Southeast Asian country has to offer, a wide array of accommodations sprouted from all over the country to cater to the increasing number of visitors this gets every year. Read on to get more information on the different types of accommodations in Malaysia.

1. Hotels
Malaysia features economy, mid-range and luxury hotels, most especially in its capital city, Kuala Lumpur. Primarily, travelers on a shoestring should book reliable budget hotels, such as Heritage Station Hotel, which generally costs $2 to $18 per night.

While mid-range hotels like Federal Hotel costs $71-$127, travelers who would rather relax in a posh accommodation should check out 5-star hotels, such as Shangri-La Hotel and Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur, for about $131-$212 a night.

You could also take a look at the Malaysian Association of Hotels website to learn more about these hotels.

2. Resorts
Beach and island resorts as well as nature and adventure resorts should be also given a try, especially by travelers who simply love nature.

Whether they are surrounded by rainforests or pristine beaches, you could prepare around $43-$378 for resorts like Berjaya Tioman Resort and approximately $283-$2,500 for high-end resorts like Andaman in Langkawi.

3. Homestay
The Malaysian Homestay Programs allow travelers to encounter everyday Malaysian living via economy accommodations offered by residents in some states in the nation. You should communicate with a local tourism officer for relevant information regarding this government program.

4. Youth Hostel
Lastly, since the country is part of the International Youth Hostel Federation, there are several budget-friendly youth hostels that scatter in the cities of Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Malacca.

You can check out the Malaysian Youth Hostels Association for more information about this.

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