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  • Go-KL - Free Pink Bus - Kuala Lumpur
    Go-KL - Free Pink Bus - Kuala Lumpur
    by aussirose
  • GO-KL City Bus Green and Purple Routes
    GO-KL City Bus Green and Purple Routes
    by DaHongHua
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    Go-KL Free Pink Bus

    by aussirose Written Oct 24, 2014

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    You can miss this bus - it's Pink! Go-KL is the new free bus service in KL.

    It'll take you to the towers, Bukit Bintang, Chinatown and more. No need to pay for the Hop on Hop off bus any more.

    Check out the site below for the Go-KL Map..... or just look for the Pink Bus.

    Go-KL - Free Pink Bus - Kuala Lumpur
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    Visiting Other places Outside KL?

    by Paulm1987 Written Jul 16, 2014

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    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 places around South of Malaysia Mainland and Singapore. It's set up like an Airport, when you get there you purchase your ticket from there you can go to your designated GATE no.
    Malacca is about an Hour and Half from TBS bus station.

    If you planning to visit Penang Island you can make use of the Coaches at Pudu Sentral near Chinatown. You can walk to Pudu Sentral Bus Terminal if you're around KL. Penang Island is about 5hours by bus.

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    BTS Station for south Malaysia destination

    by tenluk Written Mar 26, 2014

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    If we would like to travel south part of Malaysia like Johor and Melaka, then it is more convenience if we take bus from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan. It is easy to reach just take the train Komuter from KL central to Bandar Tasik Selatan where the bus station located.

    Terminal Bersepadu Selatan waiting area for the bus Counter for buying tickets Waiting bus area with air conditioner

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    The Massage Coach To Singapore

    by cal6060 Written Dec 10, 2013

    You can take a massage coach from the Berjaya Time Square at Bukit Bintang to Singapore without going to the main bus stations like Pudu or Tasik Selatan Station. But it will cost you more for the comfort and convenience. The bus will pick up passengers at the west side of the Berjaya Time Square. The ticket office is right there too!

    One way bus ticket to Singapore will cost you S$30 or RM75.

    It also serves the route to Taiping, Perak.

    Check out its website for more information.

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    FREE GO-KL Bus in KL City

    by DaHongHua Updated Sep 13, 2013

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    The Go-KL City Bus started its operation for the convenience to the tourists and KL folks to enjoy free and easy transportation in KL follow two routes. You can go to many tourist attractions in KL Triangle by taking this bus. This free service started Oct 2012. It operates from 6am to 11pm daily, it brings a lot of convenience to tourists in this area. It is friendly to disabled persons, the entrance has same level to all bus stands it stopped. I first onboard this service, the purple line on 31/8/2013, next trip to KL, I will try the green line to goto KLCC.

    GO-KL City Bus Green and Purple Routes a print and paste work for a large guide top corner show it is disabled person friendly
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    KL city transit and GO-KL free buses

    by sheherezad Written Oct 12, 2012

    Do have a look at the KL transit map on: http://www.malaysiaexpat.com/resources/transitmap/i/transit_map.pdf.

    Do know that there is now a free bus service (to beat KL's infamous taxi drivers), called GO-KL, to travel within KL; see: http://www.wonderfulmalaysia.com/tips/gokl-free-city-bus-service.htm

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    Tasik Selatan Terminal (TBS)

    by cal6060 Updated Oct 9, 2012

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    Tasik Selantan Terminal (TBS) is a new bus terminal located south of Kuala Lumpur at a district named Bandar Tasik Selatan. This modern and huge bus terminal starts operating in 2011 with modern facilities including tickets counters, restaurants, food court, luggage storage, comfortable air-cond waiting room with television, and etc.l

    This bus terminal is convenient for buses travel to southern peninsular Malaysia including Malacca, Seremban, Johor and Singapore without going through the traffic in KL City Center.

    You can take the following public transports to reach this station:

    1) LRT (Ampang Line), stop at Bandar Tasik Selatan (PH5)
    2) KTM Komuter, stop at Bandar Tasik Selatan (PH5)
    3) KLIA Transit, Bandar Tasik Selatan Station
    4) Taxi

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    Main Transportation Hubs In Kuala Lumpur

    by cal6060 Updated Oct 9, 2012

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    These are the bus stations you need to know before traveling in/out of Kuala Lumpur:

    1) KL Sentral

    The main purpose of KL Sentral is the central of airport hub, railway stations, and main city public transportation. It is the main hub for Airport bus and train, and inter-states railway trains in/out from here. Once you arrive this station, you can take Putra LRT, KTM, and Monorail to KL City Central or sub-urban areas like Subang, Petaling Jaya, Klang, etc. The buses to Genting Highlands leave from this station also.

    2) Tasik-Selatan Terminal:

    This station is newly built. The main purpose of this station is get bus or coach in/out from Kuala Lumpur to Seremban and southern part of peninsular Malaysia, like Melaka, Johor, and Singapore.

    You can take the Star LRT reach this terminal.

    3) Puduraya Bus Terminal:

    This bus terminal is newly renovated. It is located near Chinatown. The main purpose of this station is to get bus in/out of Kuala Lumpur to northern part of peninsular Malaysia, like Kapar, Cameron Highland, Ipoh, Georgetown, Penang, etc.

    You can take Star LRT to Plaza Rakyat Station , and walk to this bus terminal.

    I hope this information to get you to the right bus-stop!!

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    Bus to Singapore

    by deeper_blue Written Sep 22, 2012

    From KL it's easy to find a bus to Singapore, it takes about 5 hours and provides a smooth journey across the bridge and to the border. At the border it gets a little confusing, some buses will dump you here, others take you further.

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    Free City Bus- GOKL City Bus

    by cal6060 Updated Sep 13, 2012

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    Recently, Ministry of Transport in KL provides FREE City Shuttle for both locals and tourists. The service is convenience link between KLCC (near Petronas Twin Tower), Bukit Bintang (Pavilion) and Chinatown (Pasar Seni LRT Station).

    It is divided into two major route: Green Line & Purple Line.

    Green Line (KLCC --> Bukit Bintang):
    1) KLCC (Petronas Twin Tower)
    2) Angkasaraya
    3) MATIC
    4) Condorde Hotel (Hard Rock Cafe)
    5) Wisma Hup Seng
    6) The Weld
    7) Wisma Lim Foo Yong
    8) Pavilion (Bukit Bintang Shopping Malls)
    9) Ain Arabia (Malaysian Craft Center)
    10) Monorail Raja Chulan (Monorail can link Times Square & Bukit Bintang)
    11) Wisma Rohas Perkasa
    12) Citibank
    13) Wisma Athlan

    Purple Line (Chinatown --> Bukit Bintang):
    1) HAB Pasar Seni (Chinatown Bus Interchange)
    2) Bangkok Bank (Old shop houses- near Merdeka Square)
    3) Telekom Museum (Old colonial buildings)
    4) Menara Olympia
    5) KL Tower
    6) The Weld
    7) Wisma Lim Foo Yong
    8) Pavilion (Bukit Bintang Shopping Mall)
    9) Ain Arabia
    10) Wisma Boustead
    11) Wisma HLA
    12) Mount Ceylon Interchange Road (Mount Ceylon, In front of St. Andrew church)
    13) Telekom Museum
    14) Kota Raya Mall (Old shopping, opposite Chinatown Outdoor Market)

    Or check out the map!

    Blue Color - Can get both routes!

    It is a comfortable air-conditioning bus ride to see downtown KL. I highly recommend it especially during non-rushing hours, 10:30am - 4pm.

    You can only ride the bus at designated bus-stops " GOKL City Bus".

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    Taking the bus to and from Kuala Lumpur.

    by cachaseiro Written Jul 9, 2012

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    Taking the hus to and from Kuala Lumpur is very easu these days after the new Pudu Sentral station has opened after a long renovation.
    The bus station was formerly known as Puduraya, but is now just called "Pudu Sentral".
    The station is located right in between Bukit Bintang and Chinatown, which is the two parts of town where most people travel from and that makes it very easy for the traveller.
    There are lot's of companies travelling from the bus station and lot's of counters where you can buy tickets to pretty much all of the malaysian peninsula aswell as Singapore and Thailand.
    Just be ware of the touts, especially at night.
    These guys are mostly not of the honest kind and many of them sell fake tickets, aso just ignore them and go to the ticket window yourself.
    Most malaysian long distance busses these days are very comfortable and the seats are comparable to what you see on business class on airplanes, so bus travel is fine in Malaysia.

    Pudu Sentral in Kuala Lumpur.
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    easibook KL-Singapore

    by BoonPing11 Updated Jul 8, 2012

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    Easibook.com is the online booking of luxurious coaches and express buses tickets from Singapore to Malaysia and within Malaysia itself. With more than 3,000 departures per day to various parts of Malaysia and Singapore and more than 1,000 departure locations and destinations, Easibook.com has been the largest integrated express bus and coach tickets sales portal in Singapore and Malaysia since 2005

    why us ?
    - Save the fuss of having to go to coach counters to purchase your tickets.
    - Enjoy the convenience of our one-stop portal for your traveling needs.
    - Reduce unnecessary expenses, i.e Extra travelling cost to coach counters just to buy/collect
    paper tickets.
    - Save the trouble of "No Ticket". Plan your travel here by buying tickets before traveling.
    - Save your time of joining a long queue to buy ticket. Buy here.

    buy your tickets online and get the lowest price now !!! www.easibook.com

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    easibook KL-Singapore

    by BoonPing11 Written Jul 8, 2012

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    Easibook.com is the online booking of luxurious coaches and express buses tickets from Singapore to Malaysia and within Malaysia itself. With more than 3,000 departures per day to various parts of Malaysia and Singapore and more than 1,000 departure locations and destinations, Easibook.com has been the largest integrated express bus and coach tickets sales portal in Singapore and Malaysia since 2005

    why us ?
    - Save the fuss of having to go to coach counters to purchase your tickets.
    - Enjoy the convenience of our one-stop portal for your traveling needs.
    - Reduce unnecessary expenses, i.e Extra travelling cost to coach counters just to buy/collect
    paper tickets.
    - Save the trouble of "No Ticket". Plan your travel here by buying tickets before traveling.
    - Save your time of joining a long queue to buy ticket. Buy here.

    buy your tickets online and get the lowest price now !!! www.easibook.com

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  • AVOID FIVE STAR TOURS AND COACHES

    by smoochmuah Written Jun 2, 2011

    I STRONGLY NOT RECOMMEND to take Five Star coaches(should be No Star coaches...!!!!). Driver bus are very rude, racist and not helpful.. Lovely memories at singapore change to a nightmare when the driver ask us to get off from the bus at One Utama, Petaling Jaya at 3am in the morning! Eventhough our tickets show our arrival destination is at Pudu, Kuala Lumpur. After about 15minutes arguing with the bus driver, he can just simply ask us to take taxi to KL.. Stupid! Where can get taxi at that time??!!! Luckily we didnt get robbed.. And some more, dont trust on their nice coaches pictures coz it is not as what you imagine when you get into the coach. Plz inform others..

    P/s : Coach registration no - AGF8399

    AGF8399 rude bus driver!

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    Best Way to Visit Major Attractions in KL

    by hxnis Updated May 15, 2011

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    If you want to visit Kuala Lumpur area, I suggest you to take Hop on Hop off bus to get around KL. It is a double decker bus. You can go to more than 20 city attraction with the bus. Cheaper than take a city tour guide.

    KL Tower
    KLCC
    Titiwangsa Lake
    Bukit Bintang (Star Hill) - Shopping heaven
    Little India
    Chinatown
    Istana Negara (national Palace)
    National museum
    Jalan P. Ramlee - Have many bars and cafes for nightlife outing.

    just name a few places.

    There are two type of ticket for adult.

    MYR38 (about $12) for 24 hours
    MYR65 (about $21) for 48 hours

    Different price for children.

    The hours stated above means you can use the ticket for 24/48 hours. No need to buy new ticket every time you get in the bus.

    The bus operating from 8am to 10pm.

    Just wait at any places that have special signboard that show "KL Hop on Hop off" because you can buy the ticket in the bus.

    Hope this will help you.

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