Review for Mingle Hostel Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur


If you are a solo traveller and planning for a visit to Kuala Lumpur, you may want to read this. Sharing my experience staying at one of the nicest hostel in Kuala Lumpur.

The place called Mingle Chinatown Kuala Lumpur. It is housed in a century old colonial-era building, Mingle Chinatown features a relaxing rooftop terrace, and superb location which is 3 minutes walk to train stations that connect to the international airports, the twin tower and city center.


Mingle @ Chinatown occupies the 100  year old heritage building, was formerly a social hub in the 1920s and 30s where people mingled for mahjong, drink and poem. After WWII, it became a public reading room for the local community.

Following the overall theme of Chinatown and deeply rooted stories of the building, the space is revamped by retaining the building original’s character, fitted with the furniture sourced from the building itself or salvaged from the renovation debris.

Mingle Chinatown Kuala Lumpur is only 5mins away from Merdeka MRT Station & 10mins to Plaza Rakyat LRT station! Isn’t it cool?

On  top of all the excitement, Mingle Chinatown also offer ‘wider bed’ with personal locker. They also provide various choices of accommodation for you to choose. So don’t worry, if you like travelling alone or travel as a group of friends even couple and families. You will easily fit in here.


So if you are in Kuala Lumpur, please do check out this wonderful space.

Credit to Mingle Chinatown for the hostel background.

Author: Hafiz Mahadzir

I'm Hafiz. I have a passion for food, travel and having fun. I hope to lead you to delicious and enjoyable experiences around the world. For enquiries or just to say hi, email me at

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