Getting Around Kuala Lumpur / tips and guidelines
If you are flying in from KLIA or KLIA 2 and will be staying around the vicinity of KL Sentral, simply hop on the KLIA Express. Terminate your journey at Bandar Tasik Selatan or KL Sentral or catch the LRT/MRT services to nearby destinations. Metered taxis are also available at the stations. Express Coaches are also available to ferry passages between KLIA to KL Sentral with a one way trip of RM10.00 or rm18.00 with return. Metered taxis and airport limousines are available at Level 1 and Arrival Hall respectively of the Main terminal building.
There is never a better way of getting to learn a city other than walking the streets. Areas of Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Ampang Park are connected via the Bukit Bintang-KLCC Pedestrian Walkway. It is open from 0600 to 2300 hours and yes, you are shaded from the sun and rain!
It covers the city’s most popular districts, train stations, shopping malls, and landmarks - completely free of charge! There are four lines Green Line (between KLCC and Bukit Bintang), Purple Line (Bukit Bintang district to Chinatown and back), Red Line (to the city from KL Sentral) and Blue Line (Medan Mara to Bukit Bintang) More info at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/magazine/go-kl-city-bus.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
The KL Monorail covers areas of KL Sentral, and Titiwangsa over a distance of 9km with 11 stations. The monorail also stops in front of the MMA Building located at Jalan Pahang.
Indeed, simple, comfortable and fast! Stay within the same line or switch lines, it connects the city centre to surrounding townships. Grab or Uber it from the stations or consider their connecting busses.
If your are tech savy, simply plan your journey via the MYRAPID website at www.myrapid.com.my. Includes buses and rails. Still feeling lazy? GRAB or UBER it!