Homestay – The Regalia Studio In The Heart Of KL

At the point of writing this post, Visit Malaysia Year 2014 (#VMY2014) is just round the corner. With one year of welcoming tourist from all over the world, and not forgetting domestic tourism, Malaysia is gearing towards tourist  swarming into the country to catch the culture, nature, adventure and diversity of Malaysia and her hospitality dubbed as Malaysia Truly Asia.

Malaysia has abundance accommodation to present to visitors and tourist to cope with the high volume of tourist for #VMY2014. There are varied places to stay from 5 Star and Signature Hotels to Bed and Breakfast not to mention Homestays that had been promoted widely by the authority to get tourist and visitors close to what Malaysia has to offer in terms of her diversity and real life of Malaysia.

Homestays in Malaysia spread out mostly outside the hustle and bustle of city life to bring guest closer to real life of Malaysia. However for those who still want to stay in the city, there are homestays too within or around the city boundary. So do you want to enjoy a view like this from your Homestay?

RegaliaThen opt to stay at The Regalia Studio, a comfortable homestay within the heart of Kuala Lumpur city  and just next door to Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC). It also facilitate  easy access to public transport, the Rapid KL Light Rail Transit at PWTC station and Keretapi Tanah Melayu‘s Putera Komuter Station besides taxis and city buses.

ImageEventhough a Homestay status, but being an apartment with 500 sq ft of space, the facilities provided for guest is nothing less than a standard hotel room but more than you paid for. guest has the whole apartment for themselves throughout the stay including all facilities provided, including a spacious living room, TV, fridge, air conditioning, queen size bed , single bed and even the baby cot for infants

The kitchen has the basic facilities and utensils where guest can cook or heat up their food in the microwave oven provided. A washing machine is also available to wash your dirty linen. 

Regalia1Other facilities provided and accessible to guest are the two swimming pools, one at Level 5 and another,  the Sky Lounge Infinity Pool with Free WiFi @ 37th Floor. Do not miss this opportunity to soak into the cool water while at the same time fascinate yourself with the breathtaking panoramic view of KL Golden Triangle, including KL Twin Tower,  KL  Tower and other skyscrapers scattered around the city especially after night fall.

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Kids can enjoy their children fun at the playground while others can enjoy the mini garden. Seperate Surau’s for Male and Female are also provided besides the steam room, paid laundry and even a mini gym.

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RATES

Weekdays (Monday- Thursday) – MYR 150 a night
Weekend (Friday- Sunday)         – MYR 180 a night

Booking/enquiries e-mail to  roomshortstay@gmail.com

With all the amenities and facilities provided what more can we ask for from a very comfortable Homestay at just RM150-RM200 a night. At that rate it might just be a budget or a 2 Star hotel with just a room and roof to lay your tired body after a hectic day in the city.

More photos of the homestay can be viewed HERE and their FACEBOOK.

WHY I WISH I CAN EXPERIENCE STAYING THERE

After looking at the photos and reading the experience of one guest  who had stayed at The Regalia, I am excited to bring along my family to stay a night or two to enjoy apartment living in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. I know I can’t afford to buy and own such property so, once in a while sharing the excitement from the opportunity given can be considered a worthwhile experience.  Not everyone can enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur city while chilling or soaking in an infinity swimming pool such at The Regalia.


THE ADDRESS

Regalia Residence
No.2 Jalan Anjung Putra
Off Jalan Sultan Ismail
50480 Kuala Lumpur

GPS Coordinates : 3.16431, 101.69246
Cik Hanizah : +60 16-656 0047
CREDIT : All photos and information are from their Facebook page.

Salam Media

 

salam mediaI chance upon this site when browsing and reading blogs that I use to follow. However I had heard about this name while surfing on the Facebook wall. Bloggers who attended the blogrr meetup at MIECC, Mines posted about a competition organised by Salam Media. I registered for the event but found out later that it clashes with an Internet Marketing Seminar that I had paid for making me not available to attend the former.

Salam Media is a community of bloggers and social media users ready to share and be associated with brands they love. They follow strictly on syariah compliance, transparent and trustworthy and dream to be the pioneer Islamic advertising platform for all social media users across the globe.

Companies can come forward to Salam Media if they want to increase brand awareness, get more leads & customer, improve conversion rate and create brand advocacy in the most cost effective manner. Social media is the new vehicle for such activity.

The future of marketing relies heavily on digital presence and content marketing.

With thousands of registered bloggers, Salam Media are able to leverage on their readership, viewers, stalkers, families, uncles and mak longs, to promote their brand through the most effective means, word of mouth. It will be an awesome mix of technology and personal touch for marketing.

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English: Infographic on how Social Media are being used, and how everything is changed by them. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Biz Startup With Just MYR80.00

How long have you been using your mobile phone and reload to enable it to serve you? How much had you spent on it monthly and only earn the facilities it provide for voice, text and data? Summed out its a lot.

How about a plan that gives you more returns not just voice, text and data? I have been surfing, reading and evaluating the Pro and Cons of this Tune Talk Tone Excel service where subscribers can earn more returns, beside the three main functions, there is also Personal Insurance up to MYR 100,000 (T&C), Corporate Rate at Tune Hotels, Monthly Lucky Draw, Contests, Reload Commissions, Loyalty point for Airasia Flights and also creating Passive Income for you and your friends. To sum up, you can claim that you are using your prepaid line for FREE.

What’s the strength of doing business in the telecommunication sector? It is a necessity for majority if not all of us daily. SKMM Source registered that there are 27.6 Million users that if all are usable means supersedes the population of Malaysia. With such a statistics what if you can capture just 0.1% of the users, you are already on the way to Financial Freedom.

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Mobile Prepaid Biz model

If you are going to venture into a business, this Tune Talk Tone Excel is considered cheap with just a one time capital of MYR80 and you already has MYR30 credit to start your business using your phone. However to keep receiving your commissions from your down line you need to reload at least MYR20 per month and I think that’s your normal expenditure on your phone, rite? You also need not be computer savvy to jump on it.

Why wait when you can get more information now. Go to Tune Talk or Tone Excel for more informations.

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Historical Sites Means Nothing?

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English: Early Kedah’s architecture – EarlyKedah001.jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Bujang Valley Candi
English: Bujang Valley Candi (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Archaeology Museum of Bujang Valley
Archaeology Museum of Bujang Valley (Photo credit: Tianyake)
Built in 6th century A.D, Candi Bukit Batu Pah...
Built in 6th century A.D, Candi Bukit Batu Pahat is the most well-known ancient Hindu temple found in Bujang Valley, Kedah, Malaysia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It has been circulating on media social about a heritage and historical site being demolished to make way for housing development. This is one site that has been detected, maybe there are more where some greedy housing and property developers who sees historical sites has no value compared to the money that they will gain after their projects gets done.

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Lembah Bujang at the foot of Gunung Jerai in Kedah has been identified as one of the earliest civilization on Golden Chersoneses or the Malay Peninsular. It is believed to be earlier than the Malacca Sultanate. The news broke out (that I first read on social media) that A candi called Candi Sungai Batu in Lembah Bujang, Kedah was recently destroyed by a developer angering the Kedah state government, NGOs and netizens over the demolition of the candi that is known as site number 11.

The destruction of candi number 11, rebuilt on its original site back in the 1970s by an archaeological team, was chanced upon by a scholar who happened to be investigating the historical valley.

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Malay Mail Online post : Prehistoric ruins at an archaeological site in Bujang Valley some 1,200 years old were secretly demolished by a land developer, a Penang lawmaker said yesterday, even as Badan Warisan Malaysia seeks to list the historical spot as a Unesco world heritage site.

Free Malaysia Today : The chairman of NGO Bujang Valley Study Circle said the developer had now demolished the most famous 8th century temple remnants known as Candi Sungai Batu estate or Bujang Valley site 11.

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