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Co-Living @ Damai Residence From RM800 Per Month In Kuala Lumpur

Co-Living @ Damai Residence is one of the few co-living spaces that is currently available in Malaysia. Situated in the heart of KL city, they aim to provide a contemporary living option that’s flexible and hassle-free.

Dictionary Time: The term co-living refers to the act of living in a shared space with other individuals who share similar interests. It differs from hippie hostels and dorms as the space is designed for young working professionals in mind.

Here’s why they’re worth every penny of the RM800 monthly fee with bills (water, electricity and WiFi) included:

1. It’s perfect for jet setters

With a minimum lease of 3 months, this co-living situation is perfect for those who are required to stay in KL for short periods of time for work.

The concept of Co-Living @ Damai Residence is built as a platform for like-minded individuals to live, work and network with each other. Hence, with their strategic location being in the middle of the city, you could be crossing paths with various professionals from around the globe.

2. Social activities are planned occasionally

Co-living spaces would more often than not have community events for tenants to join and network. At Co-Living @ Damai Residence, their community team schedules free curated activities and events that ranges from leisure to health and educational activities.

Here are some examples of activities you can enjoy in their outdoor area and lounge:

Leisure

  • Movie nights
  • Themed dinner nights
  • Game nights
  • Day trips/Foodie tours (for foreign residents new to the country)

Health

  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Zumba
  • Body combat
  • Rock climbing

Education

  • Workshops
  • Industry nights
  • Cocktails and Networking evenings

On days without activities, they’ve got an Entertainment Zone with screens for Netflix or PS4 games as well as colourful bean bags to chill on. Plus, no gym membership is required for the indoor and outdoor gym too.

3. You can work and rest with ease

In this current day and age, there is a rise in freelancers as businesses are becoming more technology dependent. Residents will gain full access to the co-working area, library, meeting room, photocopying room or the lounge area to work.

These areas are located at the communal area, Co-Coon Hub @ Level 19. All you’ll have to do is bring your own laptops and prepare your own meals with the necessary kitchen appliances and utensils provided.

4. Comfort and security is their priority

Co-living @ Damai Residence ensures that their residence is secured via a phone application with access granted to residents only. Residents will have to download a phone app which works as an access card.

Next, their fully furnished rooms come either with the view of KLCC or Genting Highlands which is pretty sweet either way. Prices of the rooms differ due to three main factors namely the room size, shared or en suite bathroom and the view.

Their fanciest room goes for RM2,500 a month for a double occupancy with an en suite bathroom and a KLCC view. But if you’re a single pringle on a budget, you can opt for their smaller single rooms with a KLCC view from RM900 or the garden view for RM800 per month.

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The design of this place is created with accessibility and flexibility in mind. Placed in a strategic location, this could be a great option for young working adults who would love to live in the city.

Address: Damai Residence, No. 1, Lorong Damai 13 Kiri, Kampung Datuk Keramat, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Website: Co-Living @ Damai Residence

Tel: 012-253 6322

All Image Credits: Co-Living @ Damai Residence

 
 
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