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- This is by far the most convenient, fastest and most economical airport transfer you will find - probably anywhere in the world.
Off the plane, onto the train and into the hotel in less than an hour. The return ticket - a mere RM125- even included two days on public transport. Great dealWritten 4 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Using KLIA Express is the fastest way, not the cheapest way though, between KL Sentral and KLIA or KLIA2. The difference between KLIA Express and KLIA Transit, KLIA Transit stop at three stations along the same route, so it will be a little bit longer trip. However, both are really comfortable, and relieve passengers from any traffic jams that could be encountered during rush hours. Possible to use these KLIA trains to transit between KLIA and KLIA2 with ticket MYR 2, while if you want free ride, use Bus transfer between these two terminals.Written 14 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The elevated platform in the open offers good views to the iconic buildings in this central area, the spiked towers of the old colonial railway station and modern islamic Dayabumi tower. There is a new pedestrian walkway leading over the river. Chinatown with a huge skyscraper under construction is on the other side, the light blue Central market offers best and easiest Asian shopping without haggling.Written 27 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is an odd attraction. This is a line I've used many times when in KL and it's especially useful for KL Sentral, KLCC and Kampang Park, along with several interchange points for other lines on the LRT. All the stations I've used on this line are air conditioned, making it not only useful, but also a respite from the relentless heat outside.
Currently the lines are virtually empty because of you know what and there are fewer trains running than normal. Until the situation returns to normal, be prepared to wait up to 7 minutes for the next train.Written 19 March 2020
- The stations are very systematic (copied Singapore’s style, 🙄). The trains are spacious and comfortable. Don’t know why it took so long to finish, though...Written 19 December 2019
- There are four routes, but only two (green line and purple) are mostly use by traveller. Green line runs between Bukit Bintang and KLCC, and Purple line runs between Pasar Seni Statiin and Bukit Bintang. You can change line in front of The Pavillion Mall as two lines connecting in this stop. Frequency is every ten minutes and quite packed especially in morning and late afternoon after the office workers rush. It is free and convinence to save a few ringgits if you are travelling from these two area.Written 9 November 2022
- 2.6 MR gets a one way ticket from KL Sentral station to Batu Caves.
Newish trains,but 40 minutes is a long time for such a short distance.
The departure board kept changing the time,in the end it left on time.Written 17 November 2019
- One of the easiest ways to get around KL. The MonoRail runs out from Sentral to Bukit Bintang and beyond. It's never crowded and costs less than $1 for most journeys. We stayed at the Shangri La so it was really convenient to get to Sentral.Written 9 September 2022
- I visited the Bandar Tan Hussein Onn area to visit a friend and while coming back I saw this MRT feeder bus. I took this bus along with a friend to reach the MRT station. The bus stopped near the staircase of the MRT station. It was very comfortable and easily recognizable.Written 30 October 2018
- Serving the central Kelana Jaya line from the fast growing hub of scyscrapers around KLCC park the metro will take you to KL Sentral and the Central Market, Pasar Seni. There is a sushi stand by the entrance in daytime and other small businesses. Personal assistance is also available if the ticket automats accepting only small notes and coins don't function.Written 21 February 2020
- Huge network, large no fleet, can be seen all over in Kuala Lumpur. Good fully air condition buses with smooth drive. We mostly used it as linkage for LRT/MRT that why it was free in most of cases.
Use them frequently as & when required as they provide excellent service.Written 15 June 2018
- We travelled from KL Sentral to Alostar Price at rm167/- which is about same as flight ticket. Very sophisticated train but poor hygiene. Specially during such endamic of covid. The manage should have kept the train clean. Especially the restroom, and entertainment screen.
Not so surprised 😲Written 5 August 2022
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