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You're on a long-haul, transit flight, and the only thing on your mind is to find a nook to curl up and catch a few winks before boarding the next plane. Major international airports do have lounge facilities and napping pods, but most of them are not cheap, especially for travellers on budget. If you find yourself on layover or waiting out a flight delay at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the newly set up napping facility Snooze KL is poised to offer you a safe, comfortable place to rest, with napping packages for as low as USD7.90 an hour. 

As the number of occupants and hours increase, the rates get more value for money. Along with their rooms, travellers get a bunk bed, storage for their hand-carry bags, Wi-Fi, phone, power supply, printing, photocopying and other thoughtful facilities. Located at the major transit zone of the KLIA Contact Pier near gates G4 and G6, Snoozecube is inspired by a Dubai napping service, operated by New Zealander Wetini Mitai. The facility consists of 13 rooms, each big enough to accommodate two adults and one child. The facility accepts walk-ins as well as online bookings. 

For more information or to make bookings, visit snoozekl.com.

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