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When you are in KL Sentral, you have the option to move anywhere you wish. Excellent connectivity with the city; infact, central hub of Train contion of the city. Also it has some options for bus connections. Airport is very much accessible by both BUS...More
this place is huge, so many train lines you really had to ask where to go very well planned for huge city and works very well, they also had shops for snacks and plenty of help even tho not many could speak godd english
A fairly easy to navigate public transport system under one roof but can be confusing for first time visitors namely ME.It is important to understand that KL has a number of transport system operators all using the one facility but separate train platforms. By standing...More
Usually, I prefer to stay nearby the station when I visit Kuala Lumpur because I can go anywhere in Kuala Lumpur by metro or by bus or by taxi. Besides the station is good for transit, there are shopping mall just beside the station, so...More
It's a joy to buy tickets and take trains from here. No problems at all and feels very safe. The staff are helpful and all have good English and there are lots of eateries and coffee bars (even more in the adjacent mall).
Came here most days on our travels around the city - easy and cheap to manipulate. Took train to Penang/Butterworth from here (prebook tkts when you get to KL) and also prebooked tkts on KLIA Express train out to airport - 29mins and sooo relaxing....More
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One can take a taxi (for one day visit on a contract RM250 to 300). This is good for a group of 3 or 4. If you are solo take a Genting Express bus from the ground level rear side of KL sentral. It costs less than RM5 one... More
One can take a taxi (for one day visit on a contract RM250 to 300). This is good for a group of 3 or 4. If you are solo take a Genting Express bus from the ground level rear side of KL sentral. It costs less than RM5 one way. Cable car facility has to be used to g60o up the hill from the bus station at Genting. Week ends and holidays will be crowded and expensive on taxies. Of course, there are daily tour operators (from RM60 to 100). You will be picked up and drop from and at your hotel.