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George Lex is a traveling journalist who started their journey five years ago. They travel the world and do it from the most beautiful places to the hardest places in the world.

Travelling is never fun, for some people it is quite enjoyable though; the thrill of flying, departure lounges, duty free and especially if you’re flying First Class, soaking up some luxury on board, in mid-air, is a thing to enjoy all moments of. However, most of the time it is the process of getting from home (A) to the destination (B) and is nothing short of a horrific ordeal of hauling luggage off one baggage train to the next. Add in aeroplane food, cramped seating – not to mention delays – any traveller hopes these destinations are worth it!

Space to Rest

Having some space to unwind before or after travelling somewhere to decompress (to use an aeronautical pun) when burdened with the stresses of journeying from one side of the globe to the other, is a blessing. But so is convenience; such as having a place to relax while waiting for the next flight, which for most travellers would have the added headache of getting a hotel room. Although spending out money for a room with an overnight stay attached to it may not suit everyone though. So marrying the advantages of hotel space without paying for at least 24-hours is a boon.

Time to Rest on a Layover

The airport in Malaysia’s capital lies at a unique junction in the world; as a nation it lies close to the equator, bridging the gap between the Asian and Australasian continents. For this reason, many flights stop off here and passengers pause to await a change in flights on the long haul of their journeys elsewhere. Unfortunately, jumping off a plane straight onto another is very rare, travellers expect several hours before they get on a flight to the destination or home. Some fill this time with shopping or relaxing at a bar, but some may wish to get some shut eye instead of boarding the Red Eye? Which is why it might be a good idea to book a Kuala Lumpur Airport Transit Hotel Room?

Expertly designed to shut you away from the hassle of travel, such transit rooms are perfect for transit travel. That way, any traveller can permit themselves from having time sitting, bored and watching a clock or the departures board that makes watching paint dry seem enjoyable! Instead, why not indulge in the deserved luxury of getting forty winks in a private room that comes with a shower, TV and free wi-fi? Meaning no more frenzied turnarounds in the manic hives that are international airports, when you can now enjoy a drink in a space that is designed in an area tailored for you.

Rest is also vital for you to be more productive, so if this is a business trip, being able to relax and sort out your work, put your feet up to recharge your batteries, refuel just like planes have to before they take off again. Need an hour? Or ten hours? Hop ‘onto’ a transit room.

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