The Young Men’s Christian Association used to be a non-profit Christian organisation. Now, it functions as a community centre offering voluntary works, youth-building activities, recreational activities and sign-language classes. Of course, the YMCA is most venerable for their hostel service (from RM110). Amenities, though nothing fancy, are adequate like the launderette, sundry shop, hairdressing salon and café. And you might be surprised that these services are run by the deaf and mute. YMCA is often pigeonholed as a hub to learn dancing or martial arts but their ulterior motive is also to bridge youths internationally through exchange programs and mission trips.
95 Jalan Padang Belia
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri, 7am-8pm; Sat-Sun, 7am-5pm|