5 Airbnb homes for your Malaysia Travel Accommodation
Since it was founded in 2008, Airbnb has become the ultimate game changer in the fun and exciting world of travelling. With over 2 million listing from different parts of the globe, it serves as a great alternative for travellers looking for the perfect accommodation that would suit their style, needs and preferences. In Malaysia, there are tons of Airbnb homes to choose from. To help you narrow down the list, check out our featured Airbnb homes that will be perfect for your Malaysia travel experience!
Lorong One Malacca
Photo Courtesy: Lorong One Malacca Airbnb
First one in today’s Malaysia travel guide is Lorong One, situated in the quiet neighbourhood of Ujong Pasir in Malacca. It’s a modern, industrial style homestay located less than 10 minutes away from Jonker Street – a famous Malaysia attraction in Malacca dotted with restaurants, bars, cafes and a bustling night market for some late night shopping extravaganza. Lorong One can accommodate up to 6 guests so if you’re staying with a couple of friends or family, it’s a great choice for your trip!
Rate: RM 380/night
Photo Courtesy: Sekeping Serendah Airbnb
Sekeping Serendah is one of the beautiful Sekeping homes designed and owned by award-winning architect Ng Sek San. Located in the chic neighbourhood of Bangsar Baru, this unique accommodation with a simple and nature-inspired design is the perfect choice if you want to stay within close proximity to the city but still enjoy a quiet neighbourhood. You also have easy access to nearby restaurants and the public transportation so going in and out to explore other places to visit in Malaysia won’t be a problem!
Rate: RM 330/night
Home at Regalia
Photo Courtesy: Home @ Regalia Airbnb
Located near the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, the Home at Regalia is an Airbnb listing that features a black-and-white-themed room with a modern, minimalist style. It’s a 650 – square metre service suite with an infinity pool and Sky Lounge at the 37th floor which guests have access to. Other amenities such as infinity pool, gym, steam bath, mini market, library, kid’s playground and laundry service are also accessible to guests.
Rate: RM 199/night
Eco Bed & Breakfast
Photo Courtesy: Eco Bed & Breakfast
Eco Bed & Breakfast is an eco-friendly, white-clad home with wooden panels. The owners of this place believe in striking a balance between luxury living and being environmentally friendly, having locally sourced raw materials and products used in building the home. Nestled in Johor Bahru, this homestay is the perfect choice for people travelling with big groups. The whole house can hold up to 24 guests but there’s enough space for 30 people.
Rate: RM 978/night
Photo Courtesy: The Loft Airbnb
George Town in Penang is one of the famous places to visit in Malaysia which is why there are also quite a few number of Airbnb homes available in the area. One of these listings is The Loft, a duplex loft that can accommodate up to 5 guests. The owners of this Airbnb listing has created a common area for guests to read books, have coffee and meet fellow travellers during their Malaysia travel experience.
Rate: RM 148/night
Which among these Airbnb homes do you think you’ll book for your Malaysia travel? Once you’ve settled your accommodation, you can look at our travel guides for things to do and other Malaysia tourist attractions you can visit while you’re in the country!
- Places to visit in Malaysia: Highland Resort Berjaya Hills
- Malaysia Travel Guide: Attractions in Penang to include on your itinerary
- 5 Ipoh Hotels to book for your Malaysia travel holiday
- Malaysia Travel: Experience paradise in these vacation homes
- Your Malaysia food guide to the famous Pao Xiang BKT