Malaysia Transportation

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Malaysia Transportation

  • LRT - Light Rail Transit

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    MY Rapid is a company that run the main public transportation system in KL. They provide Putra (Kelana Jaya Line) and Star (Ampang Line) LRT, Monorail, and RapidKL buses. How good are they? I would say " okay", and not good enough compare to Singapore, HK, Melbourne, or even Bangkok, but they might be better than Hanoi. The LRTs and Monorail work...

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  • Public Transport in Penang

    Penang Transportation

    Penang provides free shuttle service to historical sites and the service runs in a loop. You can hop-on or off the shuttle at any point where the bus-stop signs shows the free shuttle service. We boarded the shuttle bus from within Komtar (see picture). Frequency, isn't great but it is free and stops are near historical sites.

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  • Buses & Coaches

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    If you planning to visit Malacca (Melaka) : Make you use of Coaches at TBS bus station located south of KL.It's about 10 minutes drive but you can take a taxi to TBS Bus station.If your budget is tight you can use KTM train from KL sentral to TBS bus station which is about RM4. TBS bus station a newly build bus terminal which connects you to most...

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  • Bus into/out of Penang

    Penang Transportation

    Sungai Nibong Bus Terminal (Long Distance or Long Journey Bus Station) http://www.malaysiasite.nl/nibongeng.htm http://www.mypublictransport.com/2011/04/sungai-nibong-express-bus-terminal.html http://www.journeymalaysia.com/ptapenang.htm

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  • Taxis

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Kuala Lumpur has a bad reputation in term of getting a taxi on the street or any major tourist attractions that using a meter that is governed by the local authority. In many cases, you will be seeing taxis with drivers lining up on the streets waiting for passengers. In fact, they are targeting foreign tourists like yourself who don't know how...

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  • Rent a Car in Penang

    Penang Transportation

    Penang is one of the best attractions in Malaysia. Tourists can experience diversified culture and various cultural foods. However, the best way to get to and around Penang is by having transportation such as a rented vehicle. If you are on budget and wouldn't want to compromise on the quality and ease of renting a car, please visit www.GoAnton.my....

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  • Monorail

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    This was our fourth visit to KL and we were not sure what we wanted to do or see, but when we took the monorail from KL Sentral to Raja Chulan we realised that the monorail passed several interesting buildings so we used it for our next day's sightseeing. It is very easy to use. Buy your ticket from a machine. You can set it to telling you what to...

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  • Ferry Terminal to Butterworth

    Penang Transportation

    I do not know since when the passengers' deck on a ferry has been fenced to a smaller area in the middle of the upper deck. It may because the passengers has become less compare to last time. On this trip to Butterworth, they are less motor vehicles crossing the Strait of Malacca, other wise, some cars are to be parked surrounding the passengers;...

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  • Air Travel

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    KLIA2 has replaced the lowcost terminal LCCT The fastest way to go from KL Sentral station to KLIA2 and KLIA is KLIA Ekspres RM 35 and 33 minutes The cheapest is KTM Komuter from KL Sentral to Nilai Komuter station then with a feeder bus to KLIA2 RM4.70 + RM1.50 and 40 + ~ 20 minutes Skybus has frequent buses from KLIA2 to KL Sentral for RM 8 and...

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  • Penang International Airport

    Penang Transportation

    Penang International Airport is situated at Bayan Lepas. Seems to be the third busiest airport in Malaysia after KLIA and Kota Kinabalu International Airport. The Airport was under expansion for the past two years and now, its almost completed with some minor renovation work around the departure lounge.

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  • KLIA Ekspres

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    If you want to save money and avoid being stripped off your cash by taxi drivers, try to use the Express train from the Airport to the City. The train will drop you off at KL Sentral and then from there you can take a taxi to your hotel or walk to your hotel if it's around KL Sentral. Taxis from the Airport can charge over RM100 while the express...

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  • Fun time - Trishaw ride

    Penang Transportation

    Once upon of time in 1960's and 70's, the trishaw is one kind of important mode of transport in town for short distance up to 5km in many township in Malaysia, and it was in my hometown, Parit Buntar too. Now, they are only for tourism purposes, to carry the lovely tourists for a sightseeing tour in town. In Penang, Kota Bharu, Melaka they are...

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  • Trains

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    The 6-hour train ride from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is safe, smooth, comfortable, and easy. We took the sleeper class. Though the price may be double than that of SG-MY bus/coaches, the train ride is definitely worth the SGD 40. I slept well during the ride... and the sheets and blanket are clean. They even provide plastic bags in case...

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  • Ferry Terminal to Langkawi & Indonesia

    Penang Transportation

    There are regular boat service between Penang-Medan and Penang-Langkawi (& Pulau Payar). It is about 5-6 hours to Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia and 2-3 hours to Langkawi. Beware that the seas can be choppy and so get your anti-histamine if you are prone to sea sickness. I took the an overnight bigger boat from Medan to Penang and decided that it will...

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  • Cars - Private and Rental

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Driving in KL on weekdays and weekend is a totally different experience. I prefer to avoid the traffic jam so I normally come to KL after weekdays. I ever experience traffic jam in KL sitting in a taxi. I did drive tail to tail in high speed on Federal Highway because to keep following the leading car in front, if not, the distance in front of me...

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  • Train terminal in Butterworth

    Penang Transportation

    KTM Intercity Train has the overnight route everyday between KL Sentral and Butterworth, Penang. I took a train in KL Sentral at 23:00 and reached Butterworth at 5:45am. I recommend you to buy the train ticket few days in advance to avoid disappointment. They are many Malaysians taking the train to go back hometowns as the train stopped at...

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  • KLIA Transit

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    We arrived at Kuala Lumpur Airport early in the morning and wanted to take a bus to Melaka as soon as possible. We went to the bus station to get one. To get there we took the train to Bandar Tasik Selatan Bus Station. The ticket cost 26.5RM. The KLIA transit goes all the way to Kuala Lumpur Sentral but stops at several places on route such as...

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  • Drive into Penang

    Penang Transportation

    The 2nd Penang Bridge - Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah is officially opened by the prime minister - Dato Seri Najib Razak on 1 March 2014. The bridge link Batu Kawan and the PLUS Highway in the mainland with Batu Maung in the island. It is a winding bridge with 24km in distance, the longest in Malaysia, another No.1 and another record....

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  • Touch 'n Go Card

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    The Touch n Go is a pre-paid card cash used primarily for paying the highway toll of the various highway that cuts across the country as well as those criss-crossing Kuala Lumpur... It can also be used as a fare card for the LRT and Komuter train services... The card is also used for some car parks but this didn't really take off and few car parks...

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  • Boats & Ferries

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    If you want to experience something different like a ferry boat ride to a shopping mall. Then try to take a water taxi to Mines Shopping Mall for a few Ringgit. The ride took only a couple of minutes but it's worth your penny. Alternatively, you can just walk for a couple of minutes to the mall from KTM Komuter Serdang Station.

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  • Motorcycling

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Yes, this is the one thing I have noticed in the city of Kuala Lumpur. There is plenty of motorcycle on the road. Many times during my tour, I have seen this means of transportation and mind you they are always in front waiting for the green light. I have taken a couple of pictures of the motorcyle while waiting for the Go signal. It is a nice...

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  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport

    The new Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) is a modern and efficient airport. Unfortunately, it is about 40 miles (64 kilometers) from the city center, so it can be expensive to get from the airport into the city. Try to book a hotel that has a transfer service to and from the airport.Airlines serving Kuala Lumpur International Airport: Air...

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  • Beca

    In a tourist area, this three wheeled bikes ( I forgot the actual name of them)--AliJoe says they are called *Beca*, Thanks for the help!--are the most interesting way of getting around--if you can wake-up the driver.This method of getting around town seems to becoming extinct except in the tourist area. So, if you see one try it out before they...

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  • Electric Train Service (ETS): KL- Ipoh...

    For the Electric Train Service to Ipoh (ETS), do check out http://www.ktmb.com.my/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=281.With the Gold Ticket the trip only takes 2hr 15 min! Otherwise, it takes about 2hr 30min!

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  • Malaysia to Hatyai

    Hi Judi...Besides opting for the railway service option...you can try out the coaches transportation services available in Malaysia... travelling by railway takes a longer time to reach Hatyai....i normally go for online booking through www.easibook.com...hope this help^^

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  • A Taxi Ferry a Local Option

    A taxi-ferry is the fastest way of getting around in rush hour traffic. I didn't actually try this form of transportation but saw it on all the roads and thought it a good alternative considering the slow-going through "rush hour" which lasted all day and into the night sometimes. Also I think it's more economical than renting a car.The driver...

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  • Car with Driver!

    Out of the city, a car is the most convenient way of getting around. Everywhere I went it was by car with a driver. Something I highly recommend. It was so easy just getting in the car and letting someone else deal with the massive traffic.Here we are driving up the mountain to Genting Highlands. The ride was smooth and the scenery lush and...

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  • Traveling From LCCT to Melaka

    My advice is to wait for the 5.30pm Transnasional Bus which takes you directly from LCCT to Melaka. Any other option would take you into KL itself and at the time that you are traveling would probably put you right smack in the rush hour jam. You're really not saving any time at all.Expect to spend a little more than RM 150 for a budget cab or more...

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  • Limousine or parking at airport

    Personally, I would drive and park at the airport, especially you are with a family of more than 4 persons.1st- you would need a larger limousine, and the charges are higher2nd- If you travel outside office hour, there is a surcharge of 50% from the cabbie3rd - If you arrived back in Malaysia in the late evening, especially if your flight arrives...

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  • Transportation in Kota Konabalu-Charter...

    I visit to KotaKinabalu every year with my family&my friends....I always charter Mr Leong's Van.(My friend introduced him)He is very Kind and nice.... his van is very clean and comfortable.He can speak English&Mandarin&Cantonese(a little Japanese).He charged RM450 for Kinabalu park & Poring Hotspring one day trip...cheaper than travel agente-mail :...

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  • Europcar Car Rental Malaysia

    I have a great experience car hire service in Malaysia. Europcar has offered a great value and service add to my journey. Their customer service is excellent and friendly. I am highly recommend to my friends to hire the car from Europcar.Else, you could browse the website http://www.europcar.com.my/

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  • Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh by bus

    There are generally 2 buses from KLIA or LCCT to Ipoh. I'm not too sure about the timings but I usually take Yoyo. So far, the rides have been smoothgoing. Just note that you need to inform the driver if you want to stop elsewhere besides the office in Bercham.

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  • Causeway Into Malaysia

    If you're travelling by land from Singapore to Malaysia, you can either use the Woodlands Causeway or the Tuas Causeway, also known as the 2nd Causeway. If you are driving in, you will be required to pay toll on both sides. Be prepared for traffic jams if you are travelling over the weekends or during festive periods. Alternatively, you can also...

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  • Air Asia.

    Air Asia is the biggest budget carrier and it is from Malaysia and connects Malaysia with mosy countries in South east aswell as other parts of Asia and Australia and Europe.Aswell as being a cheap airline they are also suprisingly good.Forget about lousy european budget airlines whe you are in Malaysia cause Air Asia are much better than them.You...

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  • Malaysia Airlines.

    One way of getting to Malaysia is with Malaysia airlines.They are in my opinion one of the best airlines in the world and have also won many awards over the years.They have extremely good onboard service with free food and drinks as often as you like and when i flew them from Istanbul to Kuala Lumpur they also had a very good movie selection on the...

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  • Ferry from Penang to Langkawi

    Take ferry from Penang (located in Georgetown) to Langkawi. Fare 60 MYR. It will depart at 8.30 am. Journey will take 2,5 hours.please check this website for more information http://www.langkawi-ferry.com/schedule.html#penang

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  • Touch N Go Cards

    While using the North South Highway (PLUS) in Peninsular Malaysia, the "Touch N Go" card is a convenient top up card where you can just swipe at the toll booth or going across Penang bridge. It can also be used on LRT in Kuala Lumpur and other applications.The card can be topped at selected booths (Tambah Nilai), selected PLUS stations, ATMs and...

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  • Take an alternate airport

    On our second trip to Malaysia we flew into Singapore and spent a few days before going on to Borneo. We discovered that by going to Johor Bahru and flying from there it was much cheaper so that is what we did. At Senai Airport we boarded Malaysia Airlines for our flight to Sarawak. We flew from Kuching to Laubuan (by way of Miri). From Miri to...

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  • Low Fare Airlines

    Our last trip to Malaysia we also flew out of JB(Senai Airport). This time we flew on Air Asia to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. We had a good fight and at a very low fare.

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  • Take the ferry to Gayana Island

    There is a ferry leaving the pier at Kota Kinabalu, several times a day for Gayana Island. You can make reservation and go out for the night or just go out for lunch and have a look around. It is a great place to get away to relax.

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  • Train from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

    Night Train to KlWe had planed to go KL from Singspore for a 4 day stay, so I had to find the best way to get there and as we had plenty of time on hand and I like trains it looked like it was a night train from Johor Bahru. I always like to find as much info. before making a booking which we did on the internet and had no problems doing so it all...

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  • Caoch/Bus service in Malaysia

    Taking a coach/bus in malaysia can a guelling or fun journey depending on the type of coach you choose ..so choose carefullyI have always prefered NICE and Plusliner coach because of the followings -1) The bus are more well maintained ( bus tickets you purchase from Puduraya can be a horrifying experience , where you can see practically see...

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  • Journey by train ...

    Train services in malaysia have taken a new image compared to the last time I go by trainIt covers major places of Malaysian town but might be slower as it has numerous stops . They have sleepers too, so you can take an overnight journey. Now you can even book online !!!(Singapore - Kuala Lumpur)(Kuala Lumpur - Hatyai)(Tumpat - Singapore)(Kuala...

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  • From KL to Singapore

    A new coach service between KL - Singapore with convenient departure/arrival venues in both cities and which offer great facilities on its double-deckers. Haven't taken this coachline myself but it does look promising...return fares and reservation services are available too! KUALA LUMPUR - Aeroline Service CentreCorus Hotel Jalan AmpangKuala...

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  • Buses / Coach

    If you want to avoid the crush around Pudu, this is a great alternative. You can purchase your tickets at the old KL Railway Station counters (get to the side of the station which is facing the KTM Berhad building - timetables are available at the counter windows) or go online to get schedules, fares and tickets. The NiCE ticket counters are...

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