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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
Written Oct 12, 2012
As a local, I am really curious, can one really walk from KL Sentral to Petaling Street in less than 30 mins?
1. KL is not pedestrian friendly
2. Its a maze from Brickfields where KL Sentral is to Chinatown.
3. Its quite far in my opinion?
LCCT -> KL Sentral. Take the RM 9 bus, no doubt. Purchase your ticket right after custom clearance and head towards "Domestic Arrival". Far left of LCCT terminal.
From KL Sentral,
1. Take LRT (NOT Monorail or Komuter, totally different).
LRT from KL Sentral - "Kelana Jaya Line", head towards "Gombak", stop at "Pasar Seni / Central Market" station, 1 stop away but LRT is more frequent than Komuter. Petaling Street is to the East of the LRT st.
2. Take the Bus
Im not sure which bus to take from KL Sentral (B112 ??) you have to ask the tourist center to confirm . But your stop is "Kota Raya".
Petaling Street is directly to the South. This is actually the easiest route but, you might get stuck in downtown rush hour traffic. Might...might not.
3. Walk ? hmm still no from me.
You should check out http://www.myrapid.com.my/
Got the bus number from there though never took a bus from KL Sentral. So good luck!
at @HenryG12 "You could try the Komuter from inside Sentral, and take the train towards Sungai Buloh. Get down at the next stop (KL Station)" ---this would take ages just to wait for a train. Plus, would be jam packed at rush hour. Not worth it for 1 stop.
Written Oct 11, 2012
In 2016, Kuala Lumpur will have its first MRT line linking Sungai Buloh to Kajang passing by City Center underground. The picture is the under construction site of a MRT Station in front of BB Plaza or Sungai Wang at Bukit Bintang.
For more information, check out the MRT official website.
Written Oct 9, 2012
This morning, i had called a taxi which appeared promptly in front of the hotel at 7 20 am and within forty five minutes was at KLIA. 80 MYR one way. i wanted to give him an extra 10 myr for tolls and he took it only reluctantly. the gentle driver AZhari is from Perlis on the border with Thailand and was a careful driver and at no time did he intimidate about overcharging. But the Taxi system in KL (and also Malacca) is less than optimal.
Those who wish to use the services of Mr Azhari may call him at +60193311950 (will put this as a tip on my KL page as well)
Written Mar 29, 2012
You got 3 options. Take a bus as they leave right away if the one youre in doesnt just take the next one that seems to be in a hurry to go. Some wants to fill others wont. Its 8-10RM. The train timings could vary and you have to wait but its also cheap just u gota get off at some station and move to another. U can take the express transit which is more costly but the fastest. Then taxi to your hotel.
Written Jun 21, 2011
You can now take double decker buses, this kind of transportation is very popular nowadays, try it. To get ticket, you can go to NiCE Counter, Mezzanine Floor, KTMB Railway Station Building, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin 03-22721586. The exact location is at the old railway station, walkable from Chinatown aprox. 20 minutes but you need a map, the roads are quite complicated.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Looking for good reliable buses to travel out of KL or back to KL and others, the bus in picture is one of the best choice. The ticket counter is at NiCE Counter, Mezzanine Floor, KTMB Railway Station Building, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin 03-22721586
Updated Apr 4, 2011
I better save my time to introduce this one, its already so well known. Monorail actually has nothing much needed to learn, passengers only need to have money and then go to the monorail station..... read the website lah.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
From LCCT you can take Sky Bus to KL Sentral. See this link http://www.skybus.com.my/services.html
From KL Sentral you have two option. You can take MRT to Bukit Bintang station. From here you can walk to your hotel. (See the map of your hotel http://www.federalkualalumpur.com/location.php )
or option number two is you can take taxi from KL Sentral to your hotel. Buy the taxi ticket at the counter near from bus stop in KL Sentral station.
Written Jan 16, 2011
Take the cable car in going to Genting Highlands to enjoy a panoramic view of the lush rainforest. Perhaps it's the longest cable car in Southeast Asia. You can ride the cable car after your bus trip from KL Sentral. The bus stops at the cable car station. You can also take your meal in the station.
Updated Feb 26, 2010
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