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Carpeted-floor to sleep on

by web-administrator (June, 2015)


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(Guest Review by Solo Lady Traveller) My first adventure to sleep in an airport is really unforgettable. Arrived KLIA2 at midnight from Jakarta, and after custom check, immediately find this glass-partition cubicle with carpeted-floor beside a 24-hour cafe; put a sarong or shawl to cover my body and the small bag as a pillow, my tired body quickly forget the outside hustle and bustle . Toilets are nearby with drinking water taps, and power sockets too. And with other passengers sleeping around, it's safe and comfortable. Nice sleeping!

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Kuala Lumpur Airport Review

by web-administrator (May, 2015)


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(Guest Review) Very comfortable and spacious airport. Good air conditioning throughout the airport (malaysia is pretty hot) and sparkly clean floor to 'sleep' on. Toilets are constantly being cleaned by the cleaners every after a couple of use or so. Thumbs up!

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Kuala Lumpur Airport Review

by web-administrator (February, 2015)


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(Guest Review) Try and get a coffee and snake after 0200 am. I could not find anything except Burger King and they only had Coke and a like, great if you have diabetes. While many cafes where open and had people behind the counters they where still closed. When a place states open 24 hours you should be able to something to eat and drink. It's a shame for a airport that operates 24 hours a day, I was suprised by the same old faces I saw at 0400 am, when I was sitting outside my gate ready for departure at 0930 am.

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KLIA2 Review

by web-administrator (March, 2015)


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(Guest Review) Overnighters slept on the concrete floor, outside at the balcony opposite McDonalds at Level 3. And the floor is wet from the rain. The carpeted empty floor inside the building at level 2M is cordoned-off by airport security, with security tape/baggage trolleys, ostensibly to avoid usage as sleeping area by the many migrants workers and their families, waiting for their flight.

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Air Asia Terminal

by web-administrator (September, 2014)


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(Guest Review) No seats available, hard to find correct place to check in or any other information. Air Asia flights are fine but this airport is just horrible.

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