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luggage storage in kl

Posted by alma on 19/9/2009 at 14:51

hi,

does anyone know any places in kl where the luggage can be stored for longer period of time (2 months approx) and if so how much does it costs?

thank you

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Posted by somtam2000 on 19/9/2009 at 18:58 admin

Do you mean at the airport, or at a guesthouse?

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Posted by alma on 20/9/2009 at 04:39

i know there are lockers at the airport but it would work out to be quite expensive for 2 month. are there any other places around the city?

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Posted by rosalindcayci on 1/6/2011 at 13:17

hi guys, if you're looking for budget luggage storage you can try out this one
http://klspareroom.blogspot.com

I've used their service thru recommendation from a tour guide. They are cheap and reliable.

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Posted by Alec on 9/6/2011 at 21:27

Hi guys;

You can also try out the LCCT (low cost carrier air terminal), they have an area for luggage storage. The prices are shown in their website:

http://www.lcct.com.my/facilities/locker-and-luggage-storage


Hope this helps! Cheers!



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Posted by busylizzy on 10/6/2011 at 08:17

Thanks for that Alec - that's good to know as I will have about 8 hours to kill at LCCT in Sept.

I had considered getting a room for 1/2 day at Tunes to catch up on sleep but given it's during the day I'm not sure how well I'd sleep. So it's good to know I have an option to leave bags there if I decide to just wander around the vicinity of the airport (not that there's much to do there!)

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Posted by Alec on 14/6/2011 at 14:09

Hi Busylizzy;

You are more than welcomed. Glad to know that its of some help to you. Wow 8 hours to kill at the LCCT, thats gonna be tough. There's absolutely nothing to do at LCCT. Have you considered making a quick trip to Putrajaya just to checkout the cool administrative buildings there? Its the closest place near the airport. There's an express train you can catch from LCCT to Putrajaya. Its called the KLIA transit train. More info here:
http://www.kliaekspres.com/erlsb/LCCT/tabid/158/Default.aspx

At least it gives you some more options, to kill some time there. Cheers!


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Posted by busylizzy on 14/6/2011 at 14:40

Thanks again, Alec. I'll have to just see how I go on the day. After flying 12 hours overnight (landing at 7am I think) I'm not sure what I'll be up for when I land! It'll be sleep - or exploration. But it's good to know my options just opened up a bit more. Hanging out at LCCT is not my idea of fun!

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