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Kuala Lumpur Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Enjoy the magical city of Kuala Lumpur where many cultures and religions can be found. This self-guided audio tour will take you through the city where you will see the amazing Masjid Jamek Mosque and the impressive Sri Mahamariamman Temple. You will also see the Sultan Abdul Samad Bu Bukit Bintang the Lake Gardens Chinatown Chan See Shu Yuen Temple Central Market
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KL Tower Observation Deck Admission Ticket
"The KL Tower (aka the Menara Kuala Lumpur) is one of the most iconic sights in Kuala Lumpur and is visible from most parts of the city. It's one of the world’s tallest telecommunications towers a major tourist destination and a popular venue for special occasions. The tower sits on a hill making it appear taller than the city's famous Petronas Towers; KL Tower measures 1381 feet (421 meters) high while the Petronas Towers measures 1483 feet (452 meters). With your admission ticket you may visit whenever you wish during operating hours. Perhaps go to watch the sunset and see lights come on across the sprawling city below. When booking choose from the following two admission options.KL Tower Observation Deck and XD Theater:After arriving at KL Tower
From $18.00
Kuala Lumpur Tour including Petronas Twin Towers
"This four-hour tour provides a brief introduction to Kuala Lumpur's famous locations and allows time to explore the city at leisure. You will meet your local driver/guide upon pick-up from your city hotel in the morning and embark on your guided narrated tour in our comfortable air-conditioned vehicle.Visit the various Kuala Lumpur attractions making photo stops at any location you prefer. All you need to say “Pull Over” and the driver/guide will be more than happy to accommodate. The tour will take you to the King's Palace a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty as well as Merdeka Square which features the world’s tallest free standing flag pole nestled between the old courthouse and the famous Selangor Club built Victorian style architecture. Look up at the perfectly symmetrical twin structure of the 88-story Petronas Twin Tower
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Monorail to and from KL Sentral Station

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, previously known as the Peoplemover Rapid Transit Line, is an urban intercity rail system with two parallel elevated tracks. With 11 elevated stations, the line connects the city's transit hub, Kuala Lumpur Sentral station in Brickfields, to Titiwangsa Terminal in Jalan Tun Razak, passing via the central business district – the Golden Triangle.

The KL Monorail has 11 stations designed to accommodate longer trains. The stations are elevated structures with platforms on the top floor, and ticketing is provided on the ground or first floors.There has, however, been criticism that the platforms are not wide enough for free passenger movement. They also have low-level roofs with poor ventilation, and the escalators only

The system has ten permanently-coupled, two-car train sets travelling at a top speed of 80km/h. The trains are of a similar design to those of ALWEG Monorail in Seattle, and are 20m long and 3m wide. The trains have 48 seats and space to accommodate 196 standing passengers.The monorail train has two 75kW motors and runs on 750V DC power. The end of each car is equipped with a coupler to detach and dispatch it to the nearest station in case of power failure, and emergency back-up power ensures the train remains operational for a 30-minute period.

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Jul 23, 2014


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 do in English. You will receive a token. Touch the token to the reader at the monorail entry barrier. Put it in the slot to be swallowed up and reused at the end of your trip. The monorail was fine but can be crowded.

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Oct 26, 2013

Getting around by Monorail

Getting around on the Monorail is simple. The lines are colour coded for easy identification. Although they can tend to be quite packed. We had to wait for the next one as we couldn't get onto the first....but never mind, they are only about 10 minutes apart.

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Dec 01, 2012

Monorail & others

Like many other Asian cities, Kuala Lumpur dominated by motorized traffic. Cars and motorcycles given free rein, though congestion is the order of the day. In the nineties of the twentieth century, large amounts of money invested in the accessibility of the city. To replace the airfield was located in the city about seventy miles outside Kuala Lumpur's new "Kuala Lumpur International Airport Sepang" built. Public transport was boosted. Three subway lines were built, each with a private operator and characteristics. Later in the hands of the government.

Ampang Line (formerly, STAR): The most conventional of the three lines, a "normal" line that runs completely above ground. Large parts run on viaducts. The line has two branches.
Kelana Jaya Line (formerly, Putra): The underground on this line are driven by magnetic force and have no directors. The line runs primarily on viaducts. A section in the center runs underground.
KL Monorail: A monorail located entirely on an overpass.

From the central station are running regional trains in different directions. International trains to Singapore and Thailand.

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Mar 14, 2012
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Navigating the urban jungle

Unlike Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur is well served by mass transit system that includes trains of more than one type. The cutest to look at is the monorail which even seems build especially for the locals considering its low ceiling – perfect fit with the exception of some European head sticking out all the way to the roof. The only disadvantage of the otherwise immaculately knit network is the lack of advance purchase of tickets or passes. The result is long queues during rush hour and added stress for nothing. There must be some really important reason why this is a preferred option for the companies but at the end the customers that they are serving are the ones to suffer.

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Sep 10, 2011

Made famous by the film Entrapment

the monorail of Malaysia was made famous by the film entrapment in 1999 starring sean connery and catherine zeta jones) and remains one of the icon of kuala lumpur. lately it has been gradually replaced by the Light Railway Transit which have dual tracked rails hence the momorail one has a one line tracks along kuala lumpur unike the Light Railways which has multiple lines around KL. The Kuala Lumpur Monorail Line system consists of a single dual-way line that links areas of inner Kuala Lumpur previously not served by rail transport, namely Brickfields, Bukit Bintang and Chow Kit, with pre-existing LRT and/or KTM Komuter stations at KL Sentral, Hang Tuah, Bukit Nanas and Titiwangsa. The line's two terminus stations are on a single track. The Basic Fares start at 1.20 Ringgit one way and gradually increases depending on the number of stations. it is interconnected by the LRT at the Titiwangsa, KL Sentral and Hang Tuah stations that you can change to LRT stations (but pay for the LRT fares for the LRT destinations too).

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Apr 29, 2011

Monorail... Monorail...... Monorail.........

The monorail in KL is very different than the skytrain in Bangkok, the trains are much smaller and fatter, and there are a number of lines and changing points, the centre being KL Central. It isn't much cheaper than using taxis if there is more than 1 person but it is well worth trying out the monorail for the novelty value of travelling overhead.

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Apr 04, 2011

The Kuala Lumpur monorail.

The Kuala Lumpur monorail is a very convenient mode of transport for the tourists as it serves the central part of Kuala Lumpur where the tourists are likely to go.
It stops at 11 stations including places like KL central, Bukit Bintang and Petronas towers, so you have a good chance of stepping on to the monorail.
It´s a very fast and efficient way of getting around the city where you often have traffic jams during rush hour, so get on the monorail if you wanna get there fast.

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Nov 26, 2010

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Fun way of getting around

The Monorail is operated as a single line system with 11 stations over a length of 8.6 km. Completed in 2003, the stations on the KL Monorail line are KL Sentral, Tun Sambanthan, Maharajalela, Hang Tuah, Imbi, Bukit Bintang, Raja Chulan, Bukit Nanas, Dang Wangi, Medan Tuanku, Chow Kit and Titiwangsa. The fares range from RM1.20 to RM2.50, which can be paid using single-journey tickets, Stored Value Cards (which cannot be used on RapidKL LRT's), and with Touch 'N Go Cards (which can be use on the LRT as well as other selected places). Great fun to travel on!

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Aug 21, 2010

Monorail - the easiest way to see KL

I love the monorail and travel on it all the time when I am in KL (a couple of times a year).

It runs between 6am and 11.00pm at night and you can get to most of the shopping and many, many tourist areas very easily by using the monorail.

I also use the LRT (Light Rail Transit) and KTM (Komuter) at times as these can get you to other areas just outside the city or to other areas such as Port Klang.

Fares are cheap and the ticket machines are easy to use (tickets offices are in many stations as well.

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Jun 25, 2010


KL Monorail runs with two parallel elevated tracks & serves 11 stations. It connects KL Sentral with major hotels & shopping malls in the city. Operates 6am-12 midnight daily. Intervals of 5-10 minutes depending if it is peak or non-peak hours. It is convenient for those staying in the Golden Triangle.

Go on a trip on KL's Monorail that zooms about the city centre & you will be treated to a bird's eye view of some of the city's sights as well as city life below. Each journey is a mere RM2.50.

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Feb 26, 2010

KL Monorail for your trip into the city centre

KL Monorail runs 8.6km with 2 parallel elevated tracks and serves 11 stations. It connects KL Sentral, the transportation hub of Kuala Lumpur, with major hotels and shopping malls in the city. The KL Monorail starts from Tun Sambanthan Station which is located about 100 metres from the KL Sentral Station and terminates at Titiwangsa Station in the north of the city. Stations served in between are Maharajalela, Hang Tuah, Imbi, Bukit Bintang, Raja Chulan, Bukit Nenas, Medan Tuanku and Chow Kit. This is the best mode of transport if you are heading into the Central Business District of Kuala Lumpur i.e. Bukit Bintang. Single fare is priced between RM1.20 and RM2.50. Please follow this link to read about The Colours of KL Monorail.

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Jun 25, 2009

Things to Do Near Kuala Lumpur

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Hop On, Hop Off Bus

I would suggest the best way to see KL, is on the hop on/off double decker tour Bus which has a glass top roof. You can catch it at Petronas towers or at any other Bus stop on the route . Look for a...
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National Art Gallery

National Virtual Arts Gallery is near the Tasik Titiwangsa (Lake), around 6KM north of City Centre. The current Art Gallery building has been operating since 1998. Previously, the National Art Gallery...
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Hard Rock Café

Located about five to ten minute walk from the Menara Telecom Tower, I decided to stop by the Kuala Lumpur's Hard Rock Cafe,and as it was an exceedingly hot and humid day, I was looking forward to a...
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KL Tower - Menara Telecommunications Tower

Menara KL, the KL tower, is one of the two landmarks of KL, and I've finally gotten around to reviewing it due to a recent re-visit. 420m tall, and opened to the public in 1996, Menara KL was...
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Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers have become an icon and symbol of Kuala Lumpur. They are now the tallest twin towers in the world, at 451.9 metres. The buildings are 88 stories high, and the sky bridge...
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Dewan Filharmonik Petronas

Even if you are not a fan of classical music, it is worth making a trip to this hall just to have a look at the ID and architecture. The design is world class and you will be amazed by the beauty. The...
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