Kuala Lumpur Airports

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Airports in Kuala Lumpur

  • Kuala Lumpur is a beautiful city and also a favorite stopover destination for anyone travelling to Singapore or Thailand. This city is a melting pot of Asia culture where you get to see some iconic views, join on-going festivals, reconnect with nature and eat fantastic food. With some planning and an experienced local guide, this city can blow your mind. Here are a few things to know when you travel by the Kuala Lumpur Airport.

Top city tours in Kuala Lumpur:

Batu Caves, Waterfalls & Hotsprings Tour



€52.00 p.p.

Discover Brickfields - 'Little India' tour


€10.00 p.p.

Private Tour - The Best of Kuala Lumpur



€24.00 p.p.


  • There are two main airports for Kuala Lumpur, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA 2 (sometimes known as the low cost terminal - LCCT2). The airports are situated about 50km away from the city.
  • While both airports are connected and share similar flight facilities, the access between these two airports is slightly restricted. The two airport are equipped with modern facilities and travel services like baggage storage, express hotel, currency exchange counter and eating spots.
  • The airports are well connected to the Kuala Lumpur City Center via KLIA express train and other public transportation methods. It takes only RM55 (14 USD) and a 28 min ride to reach Kuala Lumpur Sentral, the train terminal in city.
  • Coaches and buses can be cheaper at a RM12-15 (3-5 USD) range but could take up to 2.5 hours to arrive in Kuala Lumpur. Limousine and taxi services start at RM60 (15 USD) for Kuala Lumpur area.
  • The taxi tickets have to be brought at counter outside the arrival hall before queuing up out for the car. Both train and coaches’ station are located below the arrival hall while the taxi waiting area is just outside the arrival hall.
  • If you need a quick rest or nap before your flight, you can find some capsule style lodgings inside the terminal 2 building. For a quick bite, head to Food Garden at Level 2 for local delights with breakfast set as low as RM2 (0.50 USD) or savor one of the best halal dim sum in Eden’s in KLIA, where they serve fresh lobster dumplings and cod fish dumplings.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

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Gabriela Ranita

A customized trip with Ranita

Highly recommended, Ranita knows well Kuala Lumpur and its culture, the tour was pretty nice and included ice cream. Ranita is a really sweet young lady and will show you around explaining the history of each place.
We had a great time 🙂!

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saemyi Tomas

Tapas and Wine Tour

Was good to talk with Tomas as a local guide.
We could know some information about the area and enjoy Wine with snacks!
Thank you Tomas! :)

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Donna Orlando

The Best of Porto: Highlights & Hidden Gems

Orlando is an awesome tour guide. Not only did we get the full Porto experience - it was a lot of fun too! He’s extremely knowledgeable about Porto and even extended our tour when we asked. Very reasonable prices - definitely way way better than other tours we took.

Skypark Terminal

  • The third airport that serves Kuala Lumpur is Skypark Terminal Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. It’s originally an international airport that now only serves domestic flights and regional destinations (Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore) or private flights.
    This airport is located near the city, with only about 20 minute drive to city center. However, this terminal is not connected by trains. The main transport available from it is by taxi or private cars. Taxi to nearest Light Rail Transit cost around RM10-25 (3-6 USD) depending on traffic.
  • One thing to always remember is that the safest and easiest way to travel to and in the city is with a local host as your private driver. They can make sure you arrive to the places you want to go to and also give you insights on the best things to do in Kuala Lumpur.

Top eating experiences in Kuala Lumpur:

The Indian Food Trail: Cooking Workshop


€20.75 p.p.

The Best of Asia Food Tour



€33.00 p.p.

Discover the Best Local Food Spots @Night



€17.00 p.p.