Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is Malaysia's main international airport.  All scheduled flights, domestic and international, arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

KLIA is located in the district of Sepang about 60km from Kuala Lumpur and an hour journey by road to Kuala Lumpur.

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KLIA2 is located less than 2 kilometres away from KLIA, and is connected to KLIA via ERL's high-speed train, creating a highly touted feature of seamless connectivity between full service and low-cost airlines. A skybridge links the main terminal building and the satellite building at KLIA2, making it the first airport in Asia with a skybridge that will give the added advantage of greater aircraft manoeuvrability while providing a spectacular view of the airside to passengers crossing it.

The terminal design meets the requirements of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Certification and Environmentally Responsible Interior Design (ERID), in line with Malaysia Airports' objective to create a green airport.

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Subang Airport

Subang Airport is located in Subang and currently the hub for Berjaya Air and Firefly commercial turboprop services. Transmile Air Services is the only other non-passenger non turbo prop aircraft landing and utilising Subang Airport Terminal 2.

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  • KTM Intercity
    A central rail point for all rail destinations throughout Malaysia and as an international transit point for travellers/transits from Bangkok and Singapore. It is also part of the TransAsia Railway Network to Vietnam and China.
  • KTM Komuter
    Connects suburban towns of Rawang, Sentul, Port Klang & Seremban
  • Kelana Jaya Line (formerly known as PUTRA Line)
  • Ampang Line (formerly known as STAR Line)
    Connects major points within KL city from Gombak to Lembah Subang
  • KLIA Ekspres
    A direct link to Kuala Lumpur International Airport and KLIA2
  • KLIA Transit
    A link to Kuala Lumpur International Airport with transits in key areas within the Multimedia Super Corridor and the Federal Government Administrative Centre (Putrajaya & Cyberjaya), as well as Bandar Tasik Selatan and Salak Tinggi.
  • KL Monorail
    Connects major hotspots within KL city from Jalan Pahang station to Stesen Sentral via Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang and Times Square

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Taxies in Kuala Lumpur are available 24 hours a day and can be flagged down at any taxi stands.

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Most of the city’s main areas are served by a fairly reliable bus service. The bus schedules are reliable although the travel times on buses will vary according to the traffic conditions and time of day.

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GOKL City Bus

Go KL city Bus, a FREE bus service for both visitors and residents of Kuala Lumpur.

Residents of Kuala Lumpur & tourists alike may enjoy GO KL as Go KL stops at various main attractions & business centres for city dwellers convenience.

If you happen to be in KL and spot light purple bus near you, just hop on the bus and enjoy the ride!

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KL Hop-on Hop-off Bus City Tour

The base concept of this service is to offer tourists a more convenient way to discover Kuala Lumpur where tourists can either stay on for the full tour circuit, or hop-on or hop-off at any of the attractions. This services will also allow tourists to spend the day in the city either to shop, dine, sightseeing, exploring museums and art galleries, taking a break in the parks, watching movies, attending festivals, discover the unique culture activities or simply enjoy the freedom of exploring the city at their own pace.

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