Our Home IN Kuala Lumpur
We are turning our adventure antenna to Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur. The people are fantastic, the melange of influencing cultures is unmatched and the marvellously great food make this a nomad destination to be reckoned with. Kuala Lumpur is ready to showcase its brilliance, and with so much to see and do, it would be a crying shame to miss out on all of the delights present here.
We'll be 20 Tribers strong, staying in close proximity to all the action! The accommodation comes equipped with good internet, plenty of space for work and play, and a setup that will make you feel comfortable and productive. Below, you can see a collection of previous spaces we stayed in to give you a general idea of quality. As soon as our new home in Malaysia is confirmed we will update the photos.
And here's a map to get an idea of where we'll be!
Adventures + Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia’s colourful history and the merging of lots of different people groups, contribute towards making this part of the world so spectacular. With an inexhaustible number of activities at your disposal, Malaysia is the right place to build those forever memories.
Explore the temples and mosques in the city. The Thean Hou Temple is just one of several places of worship. The six tier temple was built in honour of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. Its flamboyant, but tranquil ambience is sure to impress.
Maximise your productivity
Get plenty of work done in some of the many coffee shops and cafès in the city centre. Work your way through your daily tasks as well as some of the best coffee in the region in a sophisticated atmosphere that will help you stay focused and relaxed.
Shop until you drop
If you enjoy the thrill that only retail therapy can bring, you are in the right place. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is the biggest mall, and hailed as the shopping Mecca. With such an accolade under its belt, there’s no doubt it’s a fitting match for any shopaholic.
Inner city forest reserves
It’s only here in Kuala Lumpur, you’ll be surrounded by skyscrapers and yet be in virgin rainforest at the same time. Release your inner Indiana Jones and get yourself on a jungle trail to explore this pocket of mysterious landscape.
A world away in China Town
China Town in Kuala Lumpur is packed with food stalls, quirky neighbourhoods and a traditionally rich Chinese culture. Let the hustle and bustle overtake your senses as you prepare for the deluge of sights and delectable smells.
Enjoy a sparkling beverage as your eyes take in the view afforded to you by the many rooftop bars in the city. You could even watch the sunset and then continue the party in a rooftop club. Definitely a must for those who love to have a good time after a hard day at work.
Some experiences are bucketlist items that are essential for any travelling soul. Visiting the Orangutan sanctuary is arguably one of those items. Take a trip outside of the city and go and see the wonderful rehabilitation work that happens with orphaned orangutans.
Hikes and Treks galore…
For all of the hiking and trekking enthusiasts the standout option would probably be hiking up Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Malaysia. Alternatively you can always go for a trek through the hilly tea plantations in the Cameron Highlands. The landscapes are sublime either way.
Let the waters take you...
If you want to get off land and into the water, there’s plenty to do as well. Go scuba diving in the tropical paradise known as Pulau Tioman or ramp up the energy and give white water rafting a try on the Kiulu River.
Ready to Join Our Tribe in Malaysia?
June 22 - July 20, 2018
If you're interested in our Malaysia chapter, please apply here first. If you're already a WiFi Tribe member, please just send us an email and we can book your place in Kuala Lumpur!
How does it work? WiFi Tribe has an annual membership model: Successful applicants choose how often they want to travel with the tribe within a year and decide what membership they would like. You can find out more about membership prices here.
Monthly prices start from:
Private Room: $1400
Shared Room: $800
The rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are usually 2, max 3 people.