Like.A.Boss Meeting and Conference Rooms Sentul Eco Sky

Meeting and conference rooms for 15 at eco sky sentul

EcoSky, Jalan Ipoh KL

1-15 guests
  • Mon-Fri: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Sat: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Sun: 10:00 - 22:00

Like.A.Boss is where WORK and STUDY space meets. It is a coworking space that provides full-on hospitality of private offices, coworking, training and meeting rooms. Situated on the clamoring and prosperous principle trunk street of Jalan Ipoh, Eco Sky. It is an advancement that appreciates a prime area in the core of Kuala Lumpur. It is found about 20-minute from the Kuala Lumpur downtown area in clear rush hour gridlock, and the other fundamental rural areas, for example, Sri Hartamas is just 15 minutes away. The core of Bangsar is a 20-minute head out on the interstate and Petaling Jaya just around 20 kilometers away. Weekday: Hourly: RM50 for first three hours (50/hour) Additional hours: RM60 for following hours Weekends: Hourly: RM 75 for first three hours (75/hour) Additional hours: RM 80 for following hours Extra charge RM10 for each pax to get light refreshment (snacks & drinks) Contact FlySpaces representative for more details!

Airconditioning UseAirconditioning Use
Basic Tools and Equipments Basic Tools and Equipments
Board markersBoard markers
Chairs and tablesChairs and tables
Fax machineFax machine
Flip chartFlip chart
Fully FurnishedFully Furnished
LAN ConnectionLAN Connection
Lights and SoundsLights and Sounds
Maintenance StaffMaintenance Staff
Meeting roomMeeting room
Parking spaceParking space
Reception AreaReception Area
Sound SystemSound System
Staff supportStaff support
TV ScreenTV Screen
Wifi AccessWifi Access


Hi, I’m Lois!

With the growing number of entrepreneurs and companies looking for flexible workspaces in Malaysia, FlySpaces can help you lock down the perfect workspace for your business.

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Sentul is one of the more major towns in Kuala Lumpur where the Malayan Railway Train Depot is. Divided in two sections named Sentul Barat and Sentul Timur (West and East), the town is home to many Hindu temples and even churches as there is a distinct Indian influence stemming from the arrival of Indian workers that worked on the train depot since the time of 1896 when the British founded the Federated Malay States.