Wilayah Persekutuan Transportation

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Wilayah Persekutuan Transportation

  • LRT - Light Rail Transit

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Taking a ride on LRT or light rail transit train is easy. When you are in the station, read the route map to locate where you are and decide where to go to. Purchase the ticket or the train token, the " touch and go " may be used as a ticket if you have it. I took a ride on Rapid LRT from KL Sentral to KLCC, the fee is RM 1.60 a person. The token...

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  • Buses & Coaches

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Here is a link to a site for both railtraffic and Rapid buses in KL. Kuala Lumpur has a very good and efficient transport system which I really encourage you to use instead of taxi as far as possible because of the heavy traffic in town and on the ring roads. The driving culture is also NOT the best with lots of horrendous drivng crossing three or...

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  • KLIA - KL International Airport

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    About 45 kilometers outside the capital Kuala Lumpur is one of the world's busiest and modern airports - KLIA. It was completed in 1998, and in those years has grown from handling 6 million passengers to nearly 50 million. It's the 20th busiest airport in the world, and handles flights both international and internal, both intercontinental and...

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  • Monorail

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    The nearest monorail station is about ten minutes from the Shangri La Hotel. To get there you need to turn left out of the hotel and keep walking along Jalan Sultan Ismail until you come to Bukit Nenas monorail station. Basically you cant miss it as the track goes right past the hotel so simply follow that. The Kuala Lumpur (KL) Monorail,...

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  • Taxis

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Kuala Lumpur taxis are a cheap and convenient way to get around, but they have a justified reputation for ripping off tourists. But there are ways to avoid this, and we managed to use taxis every day in the city and not get ripped off once. There are many honest taxi drivers in Kuala Lumpur, you just need to know how to find them. First we used...

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  • KLIA Ekspres

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    We used the KLIA express to get from KL Sentral to the airport. It cost 35 RM one way and took around 25 minutes. It was comfortable and did not stop anywhere on route. It is an easy and quick way to travel.

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  • Airport Buses

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    The bus service is frequent, takes about 1 hour, and cost 10Rm from KLIA2 and 12Rm for the return journey, why the difference I have no clue. To get to the bus station, after getting through immigration and clearing customs, get out into the main concourse, then go straight ahead through the shopping area until you see external doors. There to you...

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  • Trains

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    I will post the link to the railway company's homepage down here. The most useful route for visitors is the North-South route connecting Johor Bahru (close to the border with Singapore) to Hat Yai in Thailand, running via Kuala Lumpur. You will also get the timetable for the trains running between Butterworth and Bangkok. Just click here.

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  • KLIA Transit

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    If you are traveling between different areas of the main terminal there is a small shuttle train that leaves every few minutes to are a C. The journey takes only a minute and the train travels quite fast and you are warned to hold on tight

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  • Air Asia

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    If you are arriving in KL via Air Asia which has some really good bargains from time to time. We usually book the seats up front that have the extra leg room as hubby is a big fella :o) Air Asia now is flying into KLIA2 airport which is good news as you can now catch the KLIA Express Train into the city. There is one problem though..... be...

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  • Hop On Bus

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    It will be worth it If you can kick start your trip with a bus tour which runs from 9am till late in the evening around KL 365 days. The bus tour covers approximately 40 attractions inside and around the City. There are some designated stops at each attraction which includes landmarks,shopping malls and heritage sites and museums. Fee:...

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  • Daytrip - Batu Caves

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    The best and cheapest way to travel to the caves, using public transportation, is by train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral. For timetable, please acced to the route Pelabuhan Klang - Batu Caves. Single Ticket 2 MYR (01/2015)

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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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  • Driving

    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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  • Aeroline

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    The trains in Malaysia are very slow, although comfortable. Most people recommend using the bus system, which uses modern, safe, buses. They are also relatively cheap, so you can pay a bit more and catch one with upholstered seats, lots of legroom, TV screens in the seat, and even in-ride meals. We used Aerolines, which I can partially recommend....

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  • Malaysia Airlines

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    Malaysian Airlines is having a bad rap nowadays due to the overhyped missing MH 370 flight, but if you com to think of it, it only has a few recorded air crash of Malaysian Airlines ever, other Major Full service airlines have multiple air crashes to it's name! Come on, Air Travel is still the safest means of transport and we did ride Malaysian...

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  • Cruise

    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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  • Genting Skyway Cable Cars

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    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.

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  • MRT

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    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.

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  • City Tour

    Kuala Lumpur Transportation

    A very popular thing to do seems to be to take an organised city tour by coach. Unless you have trouble walking, I really would not recommend this. The traffic in KL is very heavy, so if you choose a half day tour either the beginning or the end of your tour will be in very heavy traffic, which sometimes barely moves. Try to find an alternative to...

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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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  • From KLIA to KL city centre

    The aerotrain to KL Sentral will cost you RM35 after which you will need to take a taxi or LRT/monorail to whereever you are going! Shouldn't cost you more than RM10-15! Or you can take a budget taxi (buy the coupon at the counters as you are exiting the arrival hall) for maybe RM70-80?

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  • To get in or out from Terminal Bersepadu...

    Direction to or from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan Bandar Tasik Selatan (TBS-BTS), a new Bus terminal from Kuala Lumpur to South, including Singapore1. From KLIA Airport, you dont have to go to KL Sentral to get to this terminal. The ERL trains from KLIA will make a stop at this terminal. Make sure you use KLIA Transit instead of KLIA Express Train....

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  • Kuala Lumpur to Batu Caves

    Forget the taxi and bus. From now on, Komuter train is the easiest way.The easiest way would be by using komuter train now which newly open their station at batu caves, to extend their service which previously end at Sentul station. Depends on which part of KL you are, you can board to Komuter train from Putra Station, Bank Negara, Kuala Lumpur or...

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  • from the heritage hotel old railway...

    hello there travelearner, im a 23 y.old malaysian, living in, n familiar with kl/selangor area. I must first congratulate you on choosing a very good hotel, very strategically located. 1(a)- there are buses and trains (best choice my opinion) to go to Bukit Bintang(BB) KLCC MidValley n Bangsar baru. i suggest taking the komuter, LRT and monorail,...

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  • Transport within Taman Botani

    You have the choice of walking, taking the 'train' or riding a bike at Taman Botani.The train ride cost RM3.00 per ride around the park.

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