Female Couch Surfing in Malaysia

Couch surfing in Malaysia is a wonderful way to immerse oneself in the local culture, while making new friends and saving funds. It provides an opportunity not only to meet natives of the place but also fellow travelers from around the globe. This way of accommodation lets you learn about Malaysia’s rich culture directly from locals, offering a unique, authentic perspective often missed by conventional tourists. It can turn your journey into a series of memorable and personal experiences, making your Malaysian adventure truly unforgettable.

Hosts in Malaysia

Sheeda

Sheeda

Kuala Lumpur

Can host for:

3 days

About me

I’m sheeda love travel all over the world…53 years old.. Already travel to 35 countries

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Ivy

Ivy

Miri

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hello, I'm Ivy and I'm interested in food & cuisine, nightlife, photography, sightseeing, solo travel, camping, diving, live music and backpacking

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Komz

Komz

Bandar Puchong Jaya

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hey, My name is Gomathi and I'm interested in architecture, art, backpacking, books, boozing, caving, camping, business, cycling, culture, cinema, diving, education, events & social, fashion, food & cuisine, history, hiking, health, nature, live music, languages, nightlife, running, shopping, solo travel, sunbathing, sightseeing, science, photography, rafting, shoestring, surfing, skiing, swimming, technology, trekking, van life and writing

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Ren

Ren

Puchong

Can host for:

7 days

About me

Hey everyone I'm Ren I started my journey of solo travelling 2 years ago

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Cassandra

Cassandra

Kuala Lumpur

Can host for:

2 days

About me

Hello, I’m Cassandra from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and I am open to meeting new people, making new friends and travelling the world! To those I will meet in the future through this app, cheers to hopefully a long-term friendship wherever we are and may be :)

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Karl

Karl

Petaling

Can host for:

7 days

About me

Hey!, I'm Karl and I'm interested in backpacking, van life, food & cuisine, camping, nightlife, swimming, cycling and photography

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Lyn

Lyn

Seri Kembangan

Can host for:

2 days

About me

I love exploring the suburbs, budget friendly staycations, and going on local getaways every weekend. I like spicy food, local fruits, trying home cooked meals.

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Namratha

Namratha

Kuala Lumpur

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hey my name is Namratha I’m from India living in kuala lumpur love to make friends and host a hospitality

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Sirilah

Sirilah

Kuala Lumpur

Can host for:

5 days

About me

Hi… I’m Siri (like iPhone Siri 😜)… venturing into solo travelling post-pandemic. Currently based in Kuala Lumpur and hope to retire one day at the foothills of himalayas ☺️

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Michelle

Michelle

Penang

Can host for:

3 days

About me

I’m 36, turning 37 in a month. I’m a journey to find myself. Not sure if you can call it the mid life crisis but I really love to just travel and see different culture, open to new experience. I like just chilling and strolling down new streets and go on a adventure.

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Meet locals in Malaysia

Ain

Ain

About Me

Hi my name is Nur Ain. I enjoy traveling and had my fair share of solo traveling so that i can meet and learn more from the locals!

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Agnes

Agnes

About Me

Hi there! I'm Agnes and am excited to meet all of you and introduce myself. I'm an introverted individual who finds solace in exploring the world and embarking on soul-searching journeys. There's something incredibly liberating about immersing myself in new cultures, connecting with nature, and seeking out thrilling adventures. However, as much as I love the excitement of exploration, I also value deep connections and lasting friendships. That's why I'm here, hoping to meet like-minded individuals who share my passions and who are interested in forming meaningful and long-lasting relationships. I believe that having companions on my travels not only adds joy and laughter but also enhances the overall experience. So, if you're up for amazing adventures, heartfelt conversations, and creating lasting memories, I would be thrilled to connect with you and potentially become travel buddies on our incredible journeys ahead! Please feel free to have a chat with me!

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Upcoming visitors to Malaysia

Zahra

Zahra

About Me

Im a violinist who loves to travel and explore. I like to go off the beaten track and discover less touristy places but equally enjoy a cocktail and delicious food on a stunning beach.

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Experiences from Malaysia

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 8 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.5/5

Safety

4.1/5

Food

4.1/5

Budget-friendly

4/5

Solo travel experience

It was a memorable trip. I was in Malaysia to sit for my speciality exam and I passed 😄 One thing about traveling solo that I appreciate is the lack of commitment. I visited several cities, KL, Cameron and Genting highlands, Malaka and Lankawi. I stayed in luxury hotels and I stayed in windowless rooms😅. I enjoyed not having to plan or have a schedule ahead. I went ziplining and skydiving. 🪂

Posted: February 11, 2024Experienced: January, 2021
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Moana

Moana

Germany

Solo travel experience

I traveled to Malaysia after staying for 5 months in Nepal. People there were really kind and open. And also really interested but in a appropriate way. We met so many kind people on the street, who brought us to the next guesthouse or scooter rent station. One woman also offered me money because she noticed I had a problem with my credit card. I denied taking it but her gesture impressed me! And one man also called an Uber for me because I stranded in the middle of the night at the main station and no bus or train was driving anymore. Never met so many kind and helpful people. They just warmed my heart. By the way I part time traveled with a female friend. Also it’s a Muslim country and many people speak Arabic and a lot of signs are also in Malaysian language and in Arabic. Also everything is halal signed. Even the water. That’s why a lot of people from Arabic country’s like to travel there. BUT most locals don’t like them that much, because they experience them as arrogant and expect them to speak Arabic, just because it’s a Muslim country. They feel not respected from most Arabs. (That’s what many locals told me in different parts of the country) That’s why maybe they are not that super extra nice to people who approach them in Arabic. But still I would say it’s a safe country to travel to and I think they are still respectful to everyone. (Note: I am a white person and I can not speak for PoC)

Posted: January 7, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 3/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

Malaysia, Truly Asia. Safe for solo and easy access public transportation. The beaches are also beautiful, so many rainforest and nature. Food and night life also amazing. You will get amazing experiences.

Posted: December 29, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Couch surfing in Malaysia