The national carrier Malaysia Airlines (MAS) fly to 32 destinations
within Malaysia covering all the major towns and cities within
and including remote towns in Sabah and Sarawak. There are a growing
number of domestic airlines serving popular tourist destinations
within the country and the neighbouring countries. The list of
airlines and their destinations are as follows :
MALAYSIA AIRLINES ( MAS )
Tel : 603-78463000
MAS flies to the following local destinations :
Alor Star, Bakalalan, Bario, Belaga, Bintulu, Ipoh, Johor Bahru,
Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Kuching,
Kudat, Langkawi, Lahad Datu, Lawas, Limbang, Long Lellang, Long
Akah, Long Banga, Long Seridan, Marudi, Miri, Mukah, Mulu, Penang
Island, Sandakan, Sibu, Tawau and Tomanggong.
Tel : 603-78457777
Bookings Tel : 603-76512222
Penang Tel : 604-2962222
Sabah Tel : 6087-438222
Kelantan Tel : 609-5912222
Sarawak Tel : 6082-2832222
Air Asia flies to the following local destinations :
Penang, Terengganu, Kota Bahru, Alor Star, Langkawi, Kuching,
Sibu, Miri, Labuan, Kota Kinabalu.,Sandakan and Tawau.
AIRLINES and AIR ASIA
If you wish to make your flight reservations directly to Malaysia
Airlines and Air Asia please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To Kota Kinabalu
Malaysia Airline and Air Asia has daily flights to Kota Kinabalu
from various location. The following table is a guide on the estimated
traveling time from the respective location. If you wish to make
your flight reservations directly to Malaysia Airlines and Air
Asia please contact us at email@example.com
Tel : 603-22824681
Attention : Major Razak
Website : Nil
Asean Airlines offer Helicopter Services and Foker 27 serving
the following routes :
Johor Bahru to and from Palembang in Indonesia.
Johor Bahru to and from Padang in Indonesia.
Johor Bahru to and from Pekan Bahru in Indonesia
Malacca to and from Pekan Baru in Indonesia
Malacca to and from Padang in Indonesia
Tel : 603-21624448
Tel : 603-55110557
Website : Nil
Pelangi Air flies to the following local and international destinations
Langkawi, Alor Star, Kuala Terengganu, Kerteh, Kuantan, Tioman,
Taman Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Pangkor (Sitiawan), Penang
Tel : 603-77293201
Contact : Mohd. Nasir Che Daud
Website : Nil
Mofaz Air operates Helicopter charter services.
Aircraft : Bell 206 L4 Longranger.
Main Telephone Line : 603-78468228
Subang Malaysia Tel : 603-7847 6828
Kuala Lumpur Tel : 603-2145 2828
Singapore Tel : 65-6481 6302
Pulau Tioman Tel : 609-419 1303
Pangkor Tel : 605 685 5828
Website : http://www.berjaya-air.com
Berjaya Air flies to the following local and international
Koh Samui(Thailand), Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Pangkor and Tioman.
ASIA TENGGARA AVIATION SERVICES SDN. BHD.
Tel : 603-77830097
Website : Nil
Asia Tenggara Aviation Services Sdn. Bhd. operates Helicopter
charter services with their rotary wing aircraft, the squirrel
350BA and Robinson R44 Raven. The squirrel 350BA accommodates
five people (excluding the pilot).
Asia Tenggara Aviation has also introduced city tour rides in
its fixed-wing aircraft, the Piper 28, which can seat up to three
passengers and takes
to any destination.
Tel : 603-78465006
Website : Nil
Island Air operates Helicopter charter services to Pangkor Laut.
Aircraft : Dolphin 155
Destination : Pangkor Laut.
Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTM) or Malayan Railways
has an impressive rail network that stretches from north to south
and east to west in Peninsular Malaysia. This railway system is
also linked with Thailand railroads and travels down to Singapore.
Many travellers opt to travel the length of 3 countries ie Thailand
- Malaysia - Singapore by rail as one gets to see the countryside
at a slower and more relaxing pace.
Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad runs two type of services, namely
The KTM Intercity and KTM Komuter.
The KTM Intercity covers from north to south and east to west
of Peninsular Malaysia. The North-South link connects the following
towns and cities: from Thailand into Malaysia through Padang Besar,
Arau, Alor Star, Gurun, Sungai Petani, Butterworth ( Penang ),
Bukit Mertajam, Taiping, Kuala Kangsar, Ipoh, Kampar, Tapah Road,
Tanjung Malim, Rawang, Kuala Lumpur ( KLSentral ), Seremban, Tampin,
Gemas, Segamat, Kluang, Johor Bahru and Singapore. The Central-East
link connects Kuala Lumpur ( KLSentral ), Seremban, Tampin, Gemas,
Mentakab, Kuala Lipis, Gua musang, Pasir Mas, Wakaf Baru and Tumpat
and into Thailand.
The KTM komuter which are commuter trains running within the city
to the suburbs also operates from KL Sentral and the old railway
The KTM Komuter runs along 2 routes:
Route 1 = Seremban - Rawang
Route 2 = Sentul - Port Klang
For more information on details and services of KTM Berhad, please
logon to : http://www.ktmb.com.my
or call at : 603-22671200
LUXURY TRAIN SERVICE
A luxury train service, the Eastern and Oriental Express,
which is modeled after the renowned Orient Express, is also available.
The 41-hour round-trip journey from Singapore to Bangkok and back
again passes through Kuala Lumpur as well as some of Malaysia's
most beautiful regions.
For details, please call
Eastern & Oriental Express : 603-79849615
Buses/Coaches are the most
popular form of transport in Malaysia. Air-conditioned express
buses and non-air-conditioned regional buses are available from
Kuala Lumpur to many other towns in Peninsular Malaysia.
A major Coach company that operate to various destinations throughout
Malaysia is the Transnasional Express. It provides 3 types of
classification of buses, The Executive Class, The Business Class
and The Standard. These Coaches depart from 4 stations within
Kuala Lumpur, Hentian Medan Mara, Hentian Puduraya, Hentian Perkeliling
and Hentian Putra.
Hentian Medan Mara handles Executive Class Coaches departing for
Butterworth, Penang Island and Johor Bahru.
Hentian Perkeliling handles Standard Class Coaches departing for
Kuala Lipis, Temerloh and Raub
Hentian Putra handles Standard Class Coaches departing for Kuala
Krai, Kota Bahru, Pasir Putih, Kuala Terengganu, Kemaman, Dungun,
Pengkalan Kubur, Pasir Mas, Rantau Panjang, Tanah Merah, Machang
and Business Class Coaches departing for Kuala Terengganu, Dungun
and Kota Bahru.
Hentian Puduraya handles Standard Class Coaches departing for
Pengkalan Hulu, Parit, Batu Gajah, Bagan Datoh, Teluk Intan, Lumut,
Haatyai, Bukit Kayu Itam, Pattani, Kluang, Kota Tinggi, Mersing,
Baling, Kuantan, Raub, Kuala Lipis, Temerloh, Kluang, Muar, Batu
Pahat, Johor Bahru, Kuala Terengganu, Alor Star and Business Class
Coaches departing for Alor Star, Sungai Petani, Butterworth, Penang
Island, Kuala Terengganu, Johor Bahru and Singapore.
Transnasional Express Kuala Lumpur 603-20703300
Transnasional Express Singapore 02-62947034
Website : Nil
The other upcoming Coach operator that operate to various destinations
throughout Malaysia is the Plusliner Sdn. Bhd, the operator of
the Plusliner and NiCE Executive Coach services plying the North-South
Expressway, covering major towns and cities sprawled across the
Peninsular. Their major destinations are Haatyai, Kuala Lumpur,
Johore Bahru, Seremban, Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu, Ipoh, Alor
Setar, Kangar, Bukit Kayu Hitam, and many other destinations -
including Singapore. Plusliner have their own website and accept
online bookings via their website.
Plus Liner Sdn. Bhd. Kuala Lumpur 603-20720763
Plus Liner Sdn. Bhd. Singapore 02-62565755
Website : http://www.plusliner.com
Other Coach companies operating from Hentian Puduraya to all the
various town and cities throughout Malaysia includes :
Supercoach Sdn. Bhd. Kuala Lumpur 603-20708001
Supercoach Sdn. Bhd. Singapore 02-62947711
Sri Maju Sdn. Bhd Kuala Lumpur 603-20701279
Consortium Sdn. Bhd. Kuala Lumpur 603-20313036
Coach to Cameron highlands.
Kurnia Bistari Express Tel. Kuala Lumpur 603-20724285
Kurnia Bistari Express Tel. Cameron Highland 605-4912978
Bus Terminal Puduraya Kuala Lumpur 03-20700145
BY TAXI TAXI
FARES FROM KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO VARIOUS LOCATIONS
( RM per taxi per way )
Taxis are available in 2 grades, the Premier and the budget. Details
of the 2 types are as illustrated below.
For your comfort we would recommend the PREMIER TAXI .
CLASSIFICATIONS OF PREMIER AND BUDGET TAXIS
PREMIER SERVICE VEHICLES
Mercedes Benz E220, Proton Perdana & Multi Purpose Vehicles
Passenger Capacity :
Mercedes Benz – Max 3 pax + 1 child
Proton Perdana – Max 3 pax
MPV - Max 4 pax + 1 child ( below 7 years )
BUDGET SERVICE VEHICLES
Proton Wira, Klass and CT Cab.
Passenger Capacity :
Max 3 pax
Information given are accurate
at the point of insertion. Fares might change from time to time.
Interstate taxis are an inexpensive and rapid means of travel
from one state to another. The taxi stand in Kuala Lumpur is located
on the level 2 of the Pudu Raya Bus Terminal. Fares for interstate
taxis are fixed. Meters are generally not used by these taxis,
so you should be sure to negotiate a fare before the journey.
Roads and highways in Malaysia are among the finest in
the world. Malaysia have a total of about 50,000 kilometers of
world class paved roads. The North South Expressway, completed
and fully operational in 1991 was literally carved out of the
varying contours of the country, ranging from limestone hills,
marsh, swamps, padi fields, mountains and valleys. Every effort
has been taken to ensure the comfort and safety of motorists using
the North-South Expressway. It comes equipped with international
standard requirements of multiple carriageway, excellent safety
features, well landscaped, superb positioned laybys, rest and
service areas with food stalls, toilets, showers facilities, public
telephones, service station, resting shed, ample parking area,
and children's playground. At some point motels and automated
teller machines are available for public convenience. Vista points
are located at scenic sections along the highway. The Traffic
Monitoring Centre operates 24 hours to assist with inquiries and
breakdowns. Plusronda (highway surveillance) is a complimentary
24-hour service whereby PLUS vehicles patrol the expressway and
provide assistance to motorists who encounter difficulties.
With all the facilities available, it made self-drive is an excellent
and wonderful way to see the Malaysia. Apart from the Expressways,
Malaysia offers thousands of kilometers of country roads that
offer scenic views of mountains, pady fields, quaint villages,
beaches, features of a postcard.
You need an international driving permit or a valid licence issued
by your government to drive in Malaysia.
following car rental services are available in Malaysia :
National Car Rental 603-21480522
For reservation and enquiries on transport please get in touch
with all the contact as shown above directly and if any of the
above contacts does not answer your enquiries please feel free
to contact us at :
Information given are accurate at the point of insertion. Fares
might change from time to time.