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Kuala Lumpur - Citin Masjid Jamek

HI - Citin Masjid Jamek is right in the bustling heart of KL, near to the main commercial & shopping hub.

79 %

  • Private
    From €28.73
10 or more people?

What travellers think

Travellers that stayed here think this hostel is best for

  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
  • Food-lovers
  • Culture

Hostel rating (3)

79 %

Rating category Satisfaction percentage
Staff 87%
Cleanliness 67%
Location 87%
Security 87%
Service 67%
Comfort 80%

Green rating



I booked 2 nights and aŕived late 1st night & i checked out bxt morning without completing my booking .. room very un clean .. no window .. bad smell also and very small room .. they refused to refund me the 2nd night fees..


Avatar for Eslam


Wed 21 Oct 2015

This is not like a hostel I usually stay in, i.e. there are no dorms, just single rooms - it is more a budget hotel. This has its advantages like TV, privacy, safe in room etc, but lacks the sharing of travellers stories typical of dorm


Avatar for Geoff


Tue 03 Mar 2015

The hostel was absolutely clean and very comfortable. It's located in busy market area and also very nearby metro station which makes easy access for daily dropping in and out of the hostel easily at your comfortable time.I strongly recommend new hosteler planning KualaLumpur in holidays might opt this hostel for stay. Goodbye.


Avatar for kartik


Sun 11 Jan 2015

Good location for National Sq and the metro, shop nearby for water and basic snacks. Not a youth hostel in the way most of believe them to be, this is a bare bones no frills hotel one step up from a flea pit. Not able to convince the staff a towel would be helpful, noisy at night with guests shouting and small kids running around.


Avatar for Duncan


Thu 07 Aug 2014

We had a lot of difficulty in locating this hotel. There is no signage of Youth Hostel which made the task doubly difficult. The entrance can not be seen as the footpath is encroached with vendors.


Avatar for Ashok


Wed 18 Jun 2014