97-1 Jalan 3/93, Taman Miharja Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Khun Bög (‘Bög’ means PLU in Swedish) is a relatively new addition to the Kuala Lumpur sauna scene. Facilities include a dry sauna, steam room, ‘raining room’ and other areas.
The sauna reception is on the 2nd floor along with the ever-popular Khun Café. A favourite hangout for bears and their friends.
venue: sauna (桑拿) | features: steam room, massage, sauna, gym (蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 健身房)
“Not worth the trouble. Save your time.“
Ken on 21-03-2014 | Problem with this review?
Are this sauna still open?
“Is this sauna still open? I hear from my friends many sauna is close currently. I hope to get some information on it.“
K on 12-11-2013 | Problem with this review?
“I went to Khun Bög few days ago. Great place actually, but I didn't like walking into the raining room that was too dark. Some light would have been better. Nice place otherwise, just not very busy.“
Tan on 12-07-2013 | Problem with this review?
“Went to Khun last night and had quite possibly the worst massage experience ever. The receptionist suggested that I try a hybrid massage (Malay Urut & B2B) that cost RM135. I agreed and proceeded to the massage room downstairs. The session was very boring and the masseur (a 22-year-old guy) had no skills whatsoever. After the massage, I asked him where the sauna was apparently there was not a single soul in that entire building! Avoid this place.“
Dominic on 27-02-2013 | Problem with this review?
“Re-visited Khun for both massage and sauna. The massage was good. Went on a Saturday. Every Saturday is the Bears, Chubs and Chasers day. Had some good fun moving around the raining room and steam room. Just need to be cautious a little on slippery floor. Well done job for having this theme on every Saturday. After enjoying the sauna activities, I stayed on and proceeded to the karaoke to have a few drinks with a guy I met in the sauna. Will recommend to others who are interested in this theme to visit the place. Hopefully can see more Bears, Chubs and Chasers gather together in one place and have great fun.“
Brandon on 27-05-2012 | Problem with this review?
“I've been a regular customer with Khun since their days as Khun Bodyworks. Been to the place twice since it was converted into a sauna and the place is completely empty...... The stairways are steep and (in my opinion) quite dangerously slippery.
If you are looking for a place for a direct hookup, I really wouldn't recommend it. However, if you are looking for a sauna with a fairly good ambience that you could relax and experience the steam room ....this might just be what you're looking for.
Of course, I would want to emphasize that you might want to watch out for that slippery stairway!“
Jess on 27-03-2012 | Problem with this review?
“Don't recommend this place for a few reasons.. No crowd, slippery stairway, bad service (receptionist would not reveal the number of people when asked), narrow walkways. Can only accommodate small number of customers. (edited)“
Ken on 01-01-2012 | Problem with this review?
“Very nicely done up and innovative as well compared to other saunas. Very impressed with their glass steam room....But there are minuses.. there was no place for me to lay down for a rest. The private rooms are hot and stuffy inside when you closed the door. Hopefully, this can be look into by the management. Overall, there are more pluses than minuses to Khun sauna. Definitely deserves my second visit or many more visits in the future.“
Brandon on 20-12-2011 | Problem with this review?
“New and clean. Not very big but is definitely very well done up... Impressive 1st floor flooring.. innovative solid stone slabs surrounded by lines of glowing red lights give the feel of walking into a volcanic environment. Then came the next two amazing things.. the castle wall in the "raining room" and the fully glass steam room with a simple maze inside.. a very daring attempt that no other sauna in KL has done so far. It's not too crowded now. Maybe because it is still so new. A big thumbs up from me for putting much effort in creating such a great environment for gay men.“
Luke on 28-11-2011 | Problem with this review?
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