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Good sleep at the new airport

by Vojtech (January, 2015)

Reason for Stay: Early flight departure
Where: Landside
Pros: Big new airport,prices at the shops are same like in the city
Cons: Crowded,confusing signs

I was excited to try this new low cost airport and it really met my expectations. I love airports like this,where literally everything a traveller might need is available. Free showers,free drinking water,plenty of electric sockets in carpeted 'sleeping area' where seating is also available. They present it as airport at the shopping mall,and it really is,loads of shops as well as groceries with same prices like in the city,so no need to worry about the airport prices. I've visited this airport many times since January but only slept once and had a good night sleep,i would definitely sleep there again even if it's get crowded sometimes but that happens in every airport in Asia.

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KLIA2 - used to be good... not anymore.

by web-administrator (August, 2015)

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Cons: -

(Guest Review by andy williams) Having had no problems sleeping at this airport ahead ago.. Things have changed. Moved on by security.. Only place allowed now is 3rd floor with concrete floor and bright lights.. Mostly chairs with armrests. Wouldn't recommend... Which I think is what they want.

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One of the best airports

by aleahphils (March, 2014)

Reason for Stay: Early flight departure
Where: Landside and Airside
Pros: Benches with no armrest, Wifi
Cons: Cold

I've slept in KLIA several times, and all I can say is that I wish all airports were like it! You can find seats with no armrests both landside and airside, Wifi connection is very good, and there are 24 hour restaurants whenever you get hungry. I've worked a couple of hours in McDonald's, using their power outlet, by just ordering a budget meal. I love KLIA!

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Carpeted-floor to sleep on

by web-administrator (June, 2015)

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Cons: -

(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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