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    Cheap bus to the airport.
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    GO-KL City Bus Green and Purple Routes
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    KLumpur-Spore by Aeroline Coach

    by chiabh Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    aeroline coach...

    Aeroline provides coach service from KLumpur to Spore, with 4 trips a day at 8:00am, 10:00am, 3:00pm and 6:45pm (6:00pm on saturdays and sundays)... It also provides a daily PJaya to Spore at 8:30pm... Travel time is about 5 hours...

    The coach terminals are at Corus Hotel in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Menera Axis in Janal 223, Petaling Jaya and Grand Copthrone Waterfront Hotel in Havelock Road, Singapore...

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    Buses to all destinations in Malaysia

    by Ines28 Written Sep 26, 2004

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    Pudu Raya

    Buses are in my opinion the best way to travel, they are inexpensive and comfortable, if you travel at night you will certainly have a nice bus with large seats.
    The Pudu Raya bus station is a great spot to continue your travels, it is extremely big and offers tickets for any destination on Peninsula Malaysia, Singapore and also Thailand. They are well-organised and the buses are - according to our experience - always in time.
    Some examples for travelling with Eltabina Ekspres:
    to Singapore: RM 25,00
    to Penang : RM 22,70
    to Ipoh : RM 11,25

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    Puduraya Bus Station

    by kenmerk Updated Jun 17, 2003

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    Small Hawker  Bus Stands at Puduraya...

    While KLIA is a sleek, modern airport, Puduraya Bus Station is more like a step back in time.

    There are scads of different private companies here, all in small booths madly waving their hands, and shreiking sales pitches to whoever walks by...

    Careful to stay a least an arms length away from the windows. You may wake up on a bus to Melaka with a big lump on your head before you know what hit you...

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    Bus Everywhere

    by freddie18 Updated Aug 25, 2007

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    Buses in Kuala Lumpur
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    I can see buses plying around the city of Kuala Lumpur but I cannot recommend to use because they are a bit uncomfortable based on my observation. If you are a tourist, use a taxi or a tour bus for fixed and affordable rates and for a convenient journey.

    For airport coach bus coming from KLIA to KL Central, express bus runs every half an hour starting at 5:00AM with RM10 for a one-way trip.

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    Not so hot

    by glennkasner Updated Oct 28, 2003

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    Luxury coach?

    When booking sightseeing tours of KL insist on getting particulars and preferably a picture of the coach being offered. The bus we had was far below international standard but this seemed to be the norm. There seem to be very few good tourist coaches in KL.

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    Bus

    by Rinjani Written Sep 8, 2006

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    Bus

    Tickets for the bus service can be purchased at Hentian Duta, Chan Sow Lin LRT Station and the Arrival Concourse (Level 3) of KLIA or at the covered car park. For enquiries, call 6203 3154.

    Taken from City Map of Kuala Lumpur

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    Sri Maju Express - KL to SIN

    by imstress Updated Oct 13, 2006

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    Sri Maju Express operates from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and 5001 Beach Road, #01-17, Golden Mile Complex.

    The Super VIP Coach departs daily from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and arrives at Golden Mile Complex.

    You may purchase the ticekt at the counter at Pudu Raya. Price is RM 65.10.

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    Gunung Raya - KL to SIN

    by imstress Updated Oct 13, 2006

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    Gunung Raya Travel operates from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and at 5001 Beach Road, #01-13, Golden Mile Complex.

    Executive Service departs daily from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and arrive at Golden Mile Complex.

    Super VIP Coach departs from Imbi Bus Terminal at Pasar Rakyat and arrives at Great World City.

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    Five Stars - KL to SIN

    by imstress Updated Oct 13, 2006

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    Five Stars Tours operates from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and 5001 Beach Road, #01-27, Golden Mile Complex.

    The Super VIP Coach departs daily from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal.
    You may purchase the coach ticket from the counters at Pudu Raya.

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    Coaches from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

    by victorwkf Written Oct 8, 2005

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    A typical coach from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

    There are many comfortable coaches which you can take from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and vice versa. The journey takes about 5 hours and it cost about Singapore $30-$50 per trip. I think it is better to take a coach from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur than a plane (please see the tourist trap section of this VT page for more explanation).

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    LCCT to/from KL Sentral Station.

    by cal6060 Updated Sep 13, 2012

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    Tickets to LCCT

    This is how I usually travel in/out to LCCT.

    From KL Sentral to LCCT:

    ---> KLIA Transit: Buy the ticket KL Sentral at KLIA Express Ticket Counter. You pay RM12.50, you will be given one train ticket plus one coach ticket. You will ride the KLIA transit train from KL Sentral to Salak Tinggi Station. When you exit the Salak Tinggi Station, you will see the coach waiting for you to continue your journey to LCCT.

    ---> The whole journey takes between 50 minutes to 1 hour.

    ---> Alternative Skybus: If you choose the skybus, sometimes the bus is full you have to wait another 30 minutes for another bus to leave. Driver and staffs are not friendly, and lie to you about the schedule. Especially if you are in the rush to the airport, you could turn out to miss your flight. They are not responsible for the delay. Unless you have plenty of time, then it is okay to take the skybus, RM9.

    From LCCT to KL Sentral:

    ---> I usually take skybus RM9 from LCCT to KL Sentral.

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    How to go Genting from KL / Day trip to Genting

    by IcePeing Written Oct 27, 2005

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    Direct Bus:
    Take monorail & stop at Titiwangsa station. Right next to the stn is a ex-Pekeliling bus terminal, u can get buses heading straight to Genting bus terminal next to First World Hotel, bus fare is around Rm6/7 one way. It's more or less an hr trip, the bus driver drive quite fast. For saving on outdoor theme park ticket, it's always a good idea to take the Genting Golden Package which is inclusive of return transportation & an outdoor theme park ticket or buffet lunch, RM29 per person weekday (Mon-Fri), weekend RM39.

    I always feel more 'solid' when I travel by bus instead of Cable car, if u prefer a scenic view, go by cable car. If u prefer a layman way, I suggest bus. the view ain't bad either.

    Cable Car:
    There's always an alternative, u can take boht, take Putra lrt & stop at the last stn, terminal Gombak. Genting Golden Package for this option is RM25 [bus - cable car - theme park ticket/lunch voucher - cable car - bus] back to Putra terminal stn. Putra line start operating from 6.30am to 11pm. Jz watch out the time flow when u enjoy urself at Genting theme park. U can oso take package of this option at KL Sentral or Pasarakyat. Weekend price'll be higher, RM35.

    If u r taking cable car, be ware of the weather, it could end up a traumatising trip if the wind blows strong & fogging is heavy until u wouldnt be able to see a thing at all from the cable car, it's like u r alone in the fog.This is why I prefer bus. =)

    It'll get very pack when the closing time of public transport arrive. The tidbits store located at the cable car connection sell tasty dried fruits slices, their dried strawberry slices is nice when I bought it last time. Hope u r good luck as me as well. lol~

    Check out the Genting website for further details on particular information. It's very easy now-a-days when u can search for almost everything online. =)

    The package that I've suggested is the lowest position promotion package.

    Hope my tips enlightens u. Cheerios~

    With lots of happiness,
    Tina IcePeing =)

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    Intrakota Is Slow, CityLiner Is Fast

    by d_Nasution Written Jan 3, 2003

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    Intrakota and CityLiner provides services to and around KL. The terminal is all around Central Market area. Get ready with more coins as they dont give you back the balance. Ask the Inspector in white shirt and name tag your destination if the signboard and numbers confused you.

    Or other alternative, by walk. Sometimes it is much more faster than riding a bus if the destination isnt far. You can walk from Central Market to Bukit Bintang area and from Bukit Bintang area to KLCC.

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    Trasfer from airport

    by Imbi Written Jan 13, 2003

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    I arrived in Kuala Lumpur in the morning, it was not hard to find Airport Coach to get to my Hotel. It cost around £ 5 but if you have ISAC card it will be for £4. most important and convenient thing is that you just tell driver name of your hotel and they will take you at the doorstep of the hotel. You need to change from coach to mini buses few miles from city.

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    Buses to/from LCCT

    by travelpug Updated Nov 15, 2007

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    Star Shuttle Bus at LCCT

    Now there is a convenient and economical way to travel between LCCT Terminal (Air Asia) and Kuala Lumpur. There are at least 3 bus companies providing services to KL. Travel time: about 1 hour.

    Bus fare starts from RM8 depending on which bus company you are going with and where.

    Starshuttle: From LCCT or KLIA to: KL Sentral, Puduraya Bus Terminal (downtown KL), Jalan Ipoh, Subang Jaya, and even to selected hotels. Bus fare starts from RM10

    Aerobus: Located at the basement level of KL Sentral Station, it offers a non-stop service to LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal) for RM8.00 per trip, or RM14.00 for a two-ways trip.
    link: http://www.lcct.com.my/aerobus.php

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