Where to go in Kuala Lumpur (KL), Malaysia: KL Sentral, Malaysia Tourist Transportation Hub

KL Sentral, Malaysia Tourist Transportation Hub

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KL Sentral was opened in April 16, 2001 as the tourism transportation hub in Kuala Lumpur, which links all major intercity and intra-city lines, as well as Kuala Lumpur commuter network and airport rail service.

Two 5-Star hotels called Hilton Kuala Lumpur & Le Meridien are located just opposite the building. The location of the hotels near KL Sentral make them an ideal accommodation for those who travel frequently within the city, KLIA and other parts of the country.

KL Sentral Malaysia Tourist Transport Hub Guide

KLIA Transit
Links Stesen Sentral with the KLIA Kuala Lumpur International Airport, stopping at three satellite towns – Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya and Salak Tinggi – en route. Trains depart at every half hour from both points and the journey from one end to the other takes 36 minutes.

KLIA Express
Provides 28-minute, non-stop access to the KLIA Kuala Lumpur International Airport. As added convenience, travellers can check in and out at the Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal (KLCAT) in Stesen Sentral. Trains depart every 15 minutes on the hour from both ends.

KL Monorail
The monorail connects Kuala Lumpur’s major attractions, and will stop in the shopping mall at KL Sentral once this is ready.

PUTRA line
An intracity light rail transit (LRT) system connecting major parts of Kuala Lumpur. Provides access to another LRT network, the Star-LRT, via a connecting stop at Masjid Jamek.

KTM Intercity
The main national railway line, running along the length of the peninsular and linking major towns from Singapore in the south to Bangkok in the north.


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