Coaches / Buses in Malaysia
In Kuala Lumpur, bus services such as Rapid KL, City Liner and Metrobus ply a network of routes. Feeder buses are available from LRT stations to designated surrounding areas. There is also an airport coach service which connects KLIA to the Jalan Duta Bus Terminal and Chan Sow Lin LRT Station in Kuala Lumpur.
Express air-conditionaed buses are avalibale to all states in Peninsular Malaysia. The main terminals in Kuala Lumpur are Puduraya Bus Station, Hentian Putra, Pekeliling Station and Hentian Duta. Tickets must be purchased early during festive seasons. Visitors are advised to carry adequate small change before boarding buses and taxis.
Skybus - KL Sentral to LCCT to KL Sentral
SkyBus provides a point-to-point shuttle service from KL Sentral to the new Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCC-T) and vice versa. SkyBus boasts a fleet of 40-seater air-conditioned coaches with adequate luggage space. The journey between KL Sentral and LCC-T is estimated at 1 hour 15 minutes.Please click here for bus schedule.
Aerobus Shuttle - KL Sentral to LCCT to KL Sentral
The Aerobus shuttle is located at the basement level of KLSentral and has a non stop service to LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal). The ticket price is as follows:
Adult One-Way is RM 8.00
Adult Two-Way is RM 14.00
The bus schedule is:
For more information, please go to www.aerobus.my
KL Hop-on Hop-off buses
KL Hop-on Hop-off bus offers tourists a convenient way to discover Kuala Lumpur. You can either stay on the bus for the full tour or hop-off at any of the designated stops and attractions.
Tourists can spend the day in the city to shop, dine, sightsee, explore museums nd art galleries, take a break in the parks, watch movies or attend events at their own pace.
Covering 43 tourist attractions in the city, the buses operate from 8.30am to 8.30pm daily at 30-minute intervals. A total of 22 stops at strategic points including major hotels allow visitors to view any or all the destinations.
A pre-recorded tour commentary in various languages such as Malay, English, Mandarin, Hindi, Arabic, Japanese, French and Spanish is available and passengers can listen to it using headsets on board. The guided tour allows tourists to experience the places of interest through its history.
Tickets can be purchased directly on the bus or at most major hotels and travel agents.
Tickets valid for a whole day are priced at RM38 (adult), RM160 (family or group of five) and RM17 (senior citizens, students and the disabled). It is free for children aged below five.
Managed by Elang Wah Sdn Bhd, the company hopes to have 10 Hop-on Hop-off buses in service by April and cater to 1,500 passengers a day.
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