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How to go to kuala lumpur

How to go to kuala lumpur By Air

The state-of the art Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is the main gateway into the country. It is situated in Sepang, about 55km from Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia’s national carrier is Malaysia Airlines which spans about six continents. Malaysia Airlines is complemented by AirAsia, the budget carrier, which operates from KLIA 2. It is situated about 1.5km away from the Main Terminal Building.

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how to get to kuala lumpur city centre from airport

from the airport to the city Upon arrival in KLIA or KLIA 2, visitors can board the high-speed KLIA Ekspres or KLIA Transit trains to KL Sentral Station, the city’s main transportation hub. KLIA Ekspres is a non-stop fast train that connects the airport to the city. The journey to KLIA takes 28 minutes while the journey to KLIA 2 takes 33 minutes. KLIA Transit offers a similar service but with four stops along the way, at Bandar Tasik Selatan, Salak Tinggi, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya and KLIA. The journey to KLIA 2 by KLIA Transit takes 38 minutes.
From KLIA 2, visitors can take the Aerobus or Skybus/ Skyvan services. Tickets can be purchased online, onboard the AirAsia flights or at the counters.

GETTING TO kuala lumpur

By Sea

Kuala Lumpur is easily accessible from Port Klang, Malaysia’s largest and busiest port. It is situated about 50km from the city. The Star Cruises Terminal is situated at Westport.

By Road

An excellent road network links Kuala Lumpur to Singapore in the south and Thailand in the north.

By Rail

Kuala Lumpur is linked to Thailand and Singapore via a good rail network. Arriving guests can disembark at the KL Sentral Station, which is the transportation hub for trains, buses and taxis. More information on rail transport can be obtained at www.ktmb.com.my. The city is a stopover destination for the Eastern & Oriental luxury train, which takes visitors from Thailand to Singapore.

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