Book now your luggage storage in Kuala Lumpur with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
600 meters from KL Sentral
600 meters from Buddist Maha Vihara
400 meters from Menara Tower KL
450 meters from KL Forest Eco Park
300 meters from Batu Caves station
600 meters from Batu Caves
450 meters from Merdeka square
210 meters from Masjid Jamek station
Inside Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)
500 meters from Bandar Tasik Selatan
220 meters from Petaling Street market
250 meters from Sin Sze Si Ya Temple
210 meters from Pudu Sental (Puduraya)
500 meters from Petaling Street Market
750 meters from Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
250 meters from Sunway Pyramid
How does our luggage storage service in Kuala Lumpur work?
Have you just landed in Kuala Lumpur but there is no time to check into your hotel before your meeting? Are you on a layover and want to see a few local landmarks but don't want to drag your luggage around? Take advantage of a new service that could simplify your travel and allow you to focus on your business rather than your luggage!
Finding a location
You can find our luggage storage locations online. Just enable geolocation to see the list of the closest Radical's spots. Don't be thrown off if it is in a trendsetting internet cafè or a shop next to the Petronas Twin Towers. We have a fixed rate of RM25 a day. This price is valid for one piece of luggage.
How long does it take to visit Kuala Lumpur?
Although Kuala Lumpur is not a favorite destination for tourists who travel to Asia, it hides priceless treasures. In Kuala Lumpur past and present coexist and you can see it in its architectural style and culture. But how many days does it take to visit this city? It's hard to answer this question, but in a week you'll be able to visit all the major attractions.
Petronas Towers and Menara Tower
Two of the main attractions of Kuala Lumpur are certainly its hyper-modern towers! The Petronas Towers, located in the heart of the city center are two twin towers, almost 500 meters high, considered the most impressive engineering works in the world. The Menara Tower, on the other hand, is located at number 2 of Jalan Punchak Off and is a beautiful tower built in the 1990s. Here you'll find a marvelous rotating restaurant.