Andalas Boutique Homestay
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Guest house | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Andalas Boutique Homestay NEWLY RENOVATED is located in Taman Sri Andalas, Klang, 300m from Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah. Perfectly located near amenities and shopping mall AEON Bukit Tinggi, Tesco & Giant.
Our 30m2 Studio Homestay is personally decorated for your comforts. Totally Private. Ideal for family and small group Max 4 pax with full use of kitchen and laundry facilities provided in unit.
YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME is ideally located:
(the approximate distance is indicated as below)
-Nearby KESAS Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and accessible via Federal Highway
-30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
-30 minutes drive from Petaling Jaya
-45 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur City Centre
-30m walking distance to Kedai Runcit/Grocery Store
-200m walking distance to Bus Stand (Bus directly to Kuala Lumpur and Banting available)
-300m walking distance to HOSPITAL TENGKU AMPUAN RAHIMAH Klang
-300m walking distance (short cut) or 2 minutes drive to MC DONALDS, KK Convenience Stores, Guidance Drugstore, Clinics, --Bank, Restaurants & Cafes, Spa and Hair Beauty Saloon and many other retail stores.
-500m walking or 2 minutes drive to Petronas Gas Station and MOSQUE/Masjid Al Rahimiah Klang
-1.5km or 5 minutes driving from AEON Bukit Tingi, Tesco & Giant
-Nearest Town: Klang Town Center
-Nearest City: Shah Alam
Cleanliness & Comfort where it counts!
2 unit of Queen Bed Size (Max Sleep 4)
1 unit of 5' modern sliding Wardrobe. Hangers Included.
Kitchen Cabinet with hood and granite table top complete with cooking appliances and accessories
1 unit of Water Filter
1 unit of Kettle
1 unit of Microwave
1 unit of Rice Cooker
1 unit of 2 doors Fridge
1 unit of Air Conditioner
2 unit of Standing Fans
1 unit of 32" TV
1 unit of Sofa
1 unit of Dining Table with 4 chairs
1 unit of Washing Machine
1 unit of Hot Shower
2 unit of Muslim Prayer Mat and 1 unit of Telekung
Mop & Broom & Basin (1 unit each)
BBQ outdoor area (upon request***)
Bath Towel (Optional: RM3/unit* - Now Promotion : FREE****)
Extra Mattress (Optional: RM20/unit*)
Cleaning Charge : RM30 one time - upon Check Out. Upon request daily cleaning with charge.
Deposit Required: RM200.00 (in Cash) upon CHECK-IN, will return upon CHECK-OUT
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) 53 km, Nearest railway: Klang Railway Station KTM 4.6 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ|
The Selangor region
Klang is the Royal Town also known as Kelang, in the town (where bloody civil wars were fought and tin was traded in the past), Klang offers some sites and buildings that are of historical value.
Tugu Keris (Kris Monument) - A towering silver Keris (the Malay crooked dagger) welcomes visitors who come to Klang via the Federal Highway. It can be seen on the left hand side of the highway as you pass the Sungai Rasau toll plaza. The monument was erected to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of the Sultan of Selangor's intallation in 1985. The Keris was chosen since it depicts power, strength and unity. Entry is free of charge.
Kota Raja Mahadi
Kota Raja Mahadi (Raja Mahadi Fort) - The fort, or what remains of it, is situated at Bukit Kota in Klang. The fort was built by Raja Mahadi as a defensive fortification against Raja Abdullah (his rival in a power struggle for the control of Klang district). The fort was used as a vantage point to look out for enemy ships that sailed through to Pangkalan Batu. Later on, the fort fell into the hands of Tengku Kudin who was sent by the Sultan of Selangor to take revenge on Raja Mahadi because the latter failed to pay his dues to the Sultan. The bloody battle lasted six months and ended with the retreat of Raja Mahadi. These days, the fort serves as an impressive landmark next to the Klang Municipal Hall.
Royal Palace - The Sultan of Selangor's royal palace can be viewed at Jalan Istana. However, visitors are not allowed into the grounds.
Pulau Ketam (Crab Island) - Go sightseeing to this island located around 30 minutes boat ride from the Klang Jetty (accessible via KTM; stop at Port Klang station). Pay a small fee for the speed boat ride. On the island, you can see a self sustaining island with a school,bank,fire station,police station and etc, mostly inhabited by the Chinese.Used to be a smuggling center,it now produces small food items like dried squid or fish paste. Seafood can also be found fresh from here as the people here mostly work as fishermen. A half day trip to see the simple life of the locals.
Another modern and interesting nearest to Klang to visit especially at NIGHT is I-CITY:
Located in Shah Alam is known as the city of digital lights. It is recognised at the first lightscape tourism destination in Malaysia with state-of- the-art LED technology showcase. The digital city includes trendy shopping streets and equipped with a theme park to cater to visitors' looking for a place to unwind. The township accommodates high-tech infrastructure allowing for a unique display of digital lights. These attractions are located at CityPark and CityWalk. You can chill in the park, view the wonderful sculptures and experience a whole new world with its dazzling light showcase. It is ideal for the whole family. Do bring a camera to capture the wonderful and majestic light displays. It is truly magical! Note: Entrance Fee : RM10 per vehicle.
WATERWORLD : Bring your Children, Family and Friends to ride the Ultimate Tornado, 1st South East Asia @ I-City
SHOPPING in Klang:
The Little India enclave along Jalan Tengku Kelana, Klang is the biggest Indian street in Malaysia. Fierce competition among shop owners translate into cheaper prices for consumers, and people are literally spoilt for choice amidst the rows of shops on the left and right sides of the road, with stalls spilling onto the sidewalks and backlanes. Myriads of items such as saris, colorful accessories such as bangles and necklaces, textiles, stainless steel pots, Indian delicacies, gold and flowers are sold here.
During Deepavali, the street is transformed into a colorful spectacle of light and sound befitting the "festival of light". Most shop owners pool their resources together to decorate the street and the walkways of their shops. The street will be decorated weeks before the actual festival. The atmosphere is eletrifying and traffic will be clogged up as thousands of people make their way from as far as Singapore to make their purchases. Some shop owners will also invite shoppers into their shops to sample delicacies and to celebrate the festival together.
It is easy to be caught up in the throngs of people walking in the narrow walkways, but a little awareness and precaution should be practiced for your own safety. Police patrol the street during the festive season to avoid unwanted incidents and to control traffic flow. Moreover, the Klang main police headquarters is just a stone's throw away from the street. So this area is quite safe for tourists.
Parking in this area is very limited, so it is advisable to take public transport to Little India. The bus station is located at the beginning (or the end to some people) of the street. Take the Metrobus from the junction facing Pasar Seni, Kuala Lumpur, This bus goes all the way to the Klang bus station. Alternatively, you can take the train from KL Sentral and alight at Klang station. Indian Street is only ten minutes away from the train station.
AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre (JUSCO Bukit Tinggi), Bandar Bukit Tinggi. Over a million square feet of shopping area and over 160 speciality stores, including a 10-screen cinema. First hour parking is free. Open everyday from 10AM - 10.30PM.
Bukit Raja Shopping Centre, Persiaran Bukit Raja 2 in Bandar Baru Klang, +603-3343 2166, . Bukit Raja Shopping Centre is more commonly known among locals as JJ, an acronym for its anchor tenant, Jaya Jusco. One of the more popular hangout places for families and youngsters alike, Bukit Raja Shopping Centre also has the ultra modern TGV cinemas, showcasing the latest international and local films. Another unique feature is the large number of car accessory shops, with an entire floor dedicated to the sale of a wide range of parts, accessories and sound systems that cater to car enthusiasts. Opening hours from 10.00AM to 10.30PM everyday.
GM Klang Wholesale City, Jalan Kasuarina 1, Bandar Botanic Capital, 41200 Klang. Tel: +603-33251788.. GM Klang which opened in 2009 is the South-East Asia's Most Comprehensive 1-Stop Wholesale City. More than 300 wholesale shops with variety of products such like fashion apparels, muslimah apparels, baby & kids wear, ladies accessories, luggage & bags, home decorations, IT & H/P accessories, educational materials, hardware, toys, gifts & souveniers, kitchenware, office equipments and many many more. Opening hours from 10AM to 7PM, M-Su (inclusive of public holidays).
Klang Parade, No 2112 KM2, Jalan Meru +603-3343 7889. Klang Parade is one of the major shopping complexes in Klang with Parkson Grand departmental store and Giant Hypermarket as its anchor tenants. Locals shortened the name to KP and it caters mainly to residents of the nearby neighbourhood as well as the industrial zone workers of Meru. It has a bowling alley and karaoke centre. HELP International College of Technology (HICT) is also located here. Opening hours 10.00AM to 10.00PM everyday.
Shaw Centrepoint, Jalan Raja Hassan +603-3344 8066. Located directly in the centre of the city, Shaw Centrepoint is just ten minutes away from the main bus station. It houses a GSC cineplex. Opening hours from 10.00AM to 10.00PM everyday.
Centro Mall, . Next to the Federal Highway. Centro Mall houses Klang's CITIBANK Branch, a large gym, Starbucks, Modestos and a few shops inside. A High End Chinese Restaurant is in the mall as well as a large hall that caters for functions and events.
Klang City Squarelocated at in the town of Klang near Shaw Centrepoint. However, much of the building is deserted and not much tenancy.
Carrefour Klang - Jalan KaparLarge hypermarket that caters mostly to the locals staying near Meru, Kapar and Klang Utama
Tesco Hypermarket, Bandar Bukit Tinggi.
Giant Hypermarket, Bandar Bukit Tinggi
Tesco Hypermarket, Taman Setia Alam. Located at a new Residential Area, Bandar Setia Alam. Large Hypermarket that houses few local restaurants with a KFC. With a Mcdonalds, KFC and Pizza Hut drive-throughs nearby
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