Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur is accessible via air connectivity, train tracks and extensive highway links within Peninsular Malaysia. 

Two main airports, Kuala Lumpur International Airport at Sepang, Selangor and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang respectively...

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By Air

Air connectivity has made travelling to Kuala Lumpur so much easier and faster. Travel within Peninsular Malaysia takes less than an hour as compared driving which takes few hours. Two main airports serving Kuala Lumpur are the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at Sepang, Selangor and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (formerly the Subang International Airport). 
Travel Agency

There are many travel agency and tour agents in Kuala Lumpur to help you get around locally and abroad! With their connection, negotiation power, experts and multi-language skills, they will handle all unnecessary hassles and unexpected encounters in unfamiliar land. Check and compare rates for listed travel agency as well as their credibility.
Taxi Service

Taxi drivers have most alternative routes and updates on road conditions to avoid traffic jams. Taxi can be engaged at any taxi stand or through advance call booking. Taxi service is helpful to saves hassle on unfamiliar routes. Please book with credit taxi companies. As there are many private taxi owner, be alert with your safety especially boarding alone.
Car Rent

Car rent is popular among family and group travellers, free and easy travel as well as distance travelling. With so many car models and prices, check and find a comfortable rate for your trip from listed rental car suppliers here.  
By Bus

Cheapest mode of public transport, local bus within Klang Valley only charges only more or less of RM1.00 and travelling to other states only charges between RM30 to RM70 generally depending on the distance and value-added services. For tourists, Hop-on Hop-off bus is provided for tourist planning for a one day tour around popular places and landmarks of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Click to check list of public busses and coaches.
By Train

Light rail transit is the most preferred public transport for punctuality and relatetively low fares. It is not affected by any traffic jams since it is running on its own  track. What can better than travelling on a high speed air-conditioned train at low fare and contributing towards a greener Malaysia. There are four rail networks that connects the city with other states in Malaysia.