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Budget special

Overlooking the river by the road, Kuala Tahan T: (013) 949 6139(012) 693 5051 

Rayyan Hostel

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Midway down the steep-ish river road, just past Teresek View Hotel, what was previously named Rippa, the new Rayyan Hostel has upgraded a bit with new bunk beds plus a bright turquoise and lavender colour scheme.



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Their four dorm type rooms are spacious and clean with a large shared pebble-washed, modern bathroom and shower at the end of the hallway. The rooms come in four or six bed options and are equipped with air-con or fans and a large window, which keeps the rooms decently lit during the day. Toilet and shower use is also available for non-guests for a couple of ringgit. Although they do have a kitchen on site, the café was not open when we came by, but they did have a few snacks for sale. It’s just a short roll down the hill to the abundance of floating riverhouse eateries.

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Walk-in rates at Rayyan Hostel

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Dorm fan cooled
20 ringgit
20 ringgit
Dorm air-con
25 ringgit
25 ringgit
Room: Dorm fan cooled, low season: 20 ringgit, high season 20 ringgit. Notes:
Room: Dorm air-con, low season: 25 ringgit, high season 25 ringgit. Notes:

Where is Rayyan Hostel

Rayyan Hostel
Overlooking the river by the road, Kuala Tahan
T: (013) 949 6139(012) 693 5051 
Coordinates (for GPS): 102º24'7.68" E, 4º22'59.67" N
Room rates: Under 60 ringgit

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