The Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) certainly has a lot to offer its weary or excited travellers. We all agree (in general) that travelling can certainly build-up an appetite and weigh heavy on our body’s performance. Hence the idea to discover a rest area that I could slightly nap or rest, charge my phone, and not worry about my luggage. To my excitement, I had no idea that such a place existed till now!
THE GREAT MASSAGE
Tucked away from the busy walkways of the airport is the ‘Rest N Go Exclusive Lounge‘ at Level 2 gateway@klia2. Its intimidating exterior at first rattled my wallet, but a closer inspection at its packages – surprised me. For now (as of March 2019) its RM48/pax for 2 hours package is an absolutely steal!
Not only am I able to rest or sleep in utter comfort but my aching musles get to experience the therapeutic luxury of the‘GINTELL DéWise Care Butterfly Message Chair’. That’s not all – free wifi, charging ports beside your chair, luggage storage compartments, disposable socks, blanket, aromatherapy wafting in the air, and a complimentary drink are also provided.
There are many packages to choose from and its all affordable especially for backpackers; like myself – so choose wisely, or you might miss your flight.
GRAB SOMETHING TO EAT
After a theraputic rest, time to get something to nibble before the long trip. Stationed beside the departure hall for local flights is the Agrobazaar Malaysia; where every product manufactured and produced are made locally. I’ve always favored ‘Agromas Tapioca Chips’, because of its taste and value.
Eating tapioca chips reminds me of sharing a humble yet delicious tapioca meal with the Orang Asli community in Sungai Siput, Perak. The flavour isn’t overpowering the tapioca taste and quantifies moderately in serving.
For convenience, customers can chose to sit at its café and savoir its delicious breakfast or lunch set meals – amongst a very vibrant setting, surrounded by more than 500 locally produced, innovative, and tasty products that I’m sure will come in handy transiting within or out of Malaysia.
6:00am – 12:00midnight