Have you already booked your trip to Malaysia, but you're worried about how you'll find a place to stay? Are you currently in Malaysia and having trouble communicating with the staff at your accommodation? Well, worry no more! In this blog post, we'll be going over all you need to know in terms of learning Malay (Bahasa Melayu), including Malay accommodation vocab and phrases.
But, before we go into common vocab, let's talk about the beautiful country of Malaysia! If you've never been to Malaysia before, or Southeast Asia in general, we're sure you're very excited and have lots of questions!
We'll briefly be going over the top 3 destinations to visit in Malaysia, so be sure to either take note or save this blog post to remind you later!
If you plan to go to Malaysia, you must visit the capital city of Kuala Lumpur! In Kuala Lumpur, you'll find vibrant city life at its finest, from events at night hours to unbelievable shopping malls and endless food.
Since Kuala Lumpur is, as we just mentioned, the capital city, finding a flight to this place should be no problem!
If you prefer a more adventurous vacation, then you should definitely check out the Bako National Park! Located in Kuching Division, Sarawak, Malaysia, this national park was established in 1957 and is the oldest national park in Sarawak.
In this national park, you'll find hundreds of hiking trails winding through tropical forests, rock formations, and breathtaking beaches.
Ipoh is a city in northwestern Malaysia that's home to several other iconic destinations. From museums to Buddhist temples to caves to rock formations, there's nothing you can't find in Ipoh.
If you're looking for places to stay in Malaysia, you can't go wrong with a hotel. However, if you're traveling on a budget or want to save money on accommodation to spend elsewhere on your vacation, then you can always spring for a nice hostel instead. Below are the average prices for accommodation in Malaysia.
Please keep in mind that these are average prices and can vary depending on the time of year you're traveling, how many people you're traveling with, how long you stay, and more. Malay accommodation vocab
Are you ready to learn some Malay vocabulary to help you on your next stay in Malaysia? If so, mari kita mula belajar ("let's start learning" in Malay)!
|Bed & breakfast||katil|
|Booking confirmation||pengesahan tempahan|
|Double room||bilik berkembar|
|Exercise room||bilik senaman|
|Extra bed||katil tambahan|
|Hotel room||bilik hotel|
|Room key||kunci bilik|
|Room service||servis bilik|
|Single room||bilik bujang|
While learning this Malay vocabulary will be undoubtedly helpful, it would be even better if you knew Malay accommodation phrases! Lucky for you, we've also included those in this ultimate guide!
|Can I have an extra room key?||bolehkah saya mendapatkan kunci bilik tambahan?|
|Do you have any rooms available?||adakah anda mempunyai bilik tambahan yang tersedia?|
|Do you have free WiFi?||adakah anda mempunyai wifi percuma?|
|Do you speak English?||adakah anda bercakap bahasa inggeris?|
|Does this hotel offer room service?||adakah hotel ini menawarkan perkhidmatan bilik?|
|How much is the room for one night?||berapa harga bilik untuk satu malam?|
|I booked my room online. My name is...||saya menempah bilik saya dalam talian. siapa nama awak...|
|I need a hotel room for the night.||saya perlukan bilik hotel untuk malam itu|
|I need to check in to my room.||saya perlu daftar masuk ke bilik saya|
|I need to check out of my room.||saya perlu daftar keluar dari bilik saya|
|Is there a complimentary breakfast?||adakah terdapat sarapan percuma?|
|I want to book a double room.||saya nak tempah bilik double|
|I would like to book a single room.||saya ingin menempah bilik single|
|No thank you.||saya tak faham|
|Thank you!||terima kasih!|
|What time is check-in?||jam berapa daftar masuk?|
|What time is check-out?||pukul berapa daftar keluar?|
|What time is housekeeping?||housekeeping pukul berapa?|
|When does breakfast start?||bila sarapan bermula?|
|When does breakfast end?||bila masa sarapan tamat?|
Whether you're staying one night or one month in Malaysia, these vocabulary terms and phrases should be enough to get you speaking Malay and enjoying your stay even more!
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