The cost of living in Semenyih is low compared to most cities in Malaysia.
Whilst you are at the University, your spending patterns may vary from your usual spending patterns and it therefore can be difficult to work out how much you are likely to need to spend as a student.
Below is a brief estimate of some of the main expenses. You will, however, need to think about your own spending style in order to make an accurate budget estimate.
RM415 - RM850 per month. Rent varies depending on room type and facilities. Electricity, internet and water bills are included excluding air-conditioning.
RM250 - RM900 per month. Rent varies depending on the area and the distance from the University. This estimate may not include facilities, electricity and water bills.
RM500 - RM700 per month. The amount depends on how expensive your tastes are.
Meal at a local cafe/ stall - RM5 Meal at a fast food joint - RM8-RM12 Meal at an upscale restaurant - RM20++ Bread - RM2.80 (small loaf) - RM4 (big loaf) Mineral water - RM 1.50 (500ml) - RM 3 (1.5l)
There is a 24 hour convenience store on-campus and the nearest supermarket is Tesco, which also provides delivery services.
It costs RM4.50 each per use of the washing machine and dryer
Free shuttle buses are provided to KLTC in the city centre, the Kajang KTM train station, Taman Tasik Semenyih (TTS), Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) and Tesco Semenyih. In the surrounding areas, students tend to either drive or hire taxis using apps like MyTeksi or Uber.
List of taxi providers near Semenyih
Taxi to KL city centre - RM70 Taxi to KLIA/KLIA2 airport - RM70 - RM90
How much you spend depends on your interests and how much socialising you do.
Common expenditures for students:
Groupon Malaysia is a popular site for getting discounted food, drink and lifestyle activities.
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