Five Ways To Get Around Kuala Lumpur

“Traveling is an extraordinary experience every person needs to try. It reveals a whole new and exciting world out there, opens out your inner strength, and presents with unforgettable adventures.”

Malaysia has diversity in landscapes, culture and activities. Kuala Lumpur, also known as KL is the capital of Malaysia. It was founded near the place where the rivers Klang and Gombak intersect. Over the years Kuala Lumpur grew into an important Asian city. Kuala Lumpur is the cultural, financial and economic centre of Malaysia. .Tourists from all over the world come to Kuala Lumpur. It  has a comprehensive road system supported by an extensive range of public transport networks: Light Metro (LRT), monorail, public buses. When it comes to getting around the city of Kuala Lumpur, travelers have several easy and affordable options.

1 .BUS

Travelling by bus is always an extremely cheap and affordable idea .  Most of buses are fully air conditioned .  The biggest public bus operator in Kuala Lumpur is Rapid KL .It has the largest network in the country. Within KL city centre there are five major bus hubs: KL Sentral, KLCC, Maluri, Titiwangsa and Pudu Sentral. Busses go frequently and they depart from almost every LRT (Light Rail Transit) station . This usually
costs only a few cents (at most a few RM) . Bus services are available from 6 A.M till 11 P.M

PETRONAS Twin Towers

 
2 .Taxis

The other easiest way is probably the taxi. Taxis are almost always available at every corner in the city center. You can often get better prices . Taxis are available round the clock . There are two types of taxis available in KL .First is Metered taxis :- These are red and white in colour . The charges are from RM 3 for the first 1km and RM 0.10 for each consequent 115 metres .Second is Executive taxis:- These are yellow and blue in colour . The charges are from RM6 for the first 1km and RM0.20 for each consequent 150 metres .Don’t board it if the cabbies refuse to turn on their meters. You can use the taxi booking application . Grab and Easy Taxi are the most common apps in KL . It will provide you the Driver’s name , photograph, contact details and the fare amount (approximately).

Menara KL Tower

3 . Metro

Kuala Lumpur has a modern light rail network that reaches from north to south and east to west . Traveling by metro is considered comfortable and will provide you the utmost mobility. Each LRT station (Light Rail Transit) has big maps that tell you all the destinations of the metro in and around the city. The service starts from 6 A.M till midnight. Fares starts from RM 1 (for non-stop).Some of the tourist places are just at the walking distance from these LRT Stations . Tourist can buy the smart card called BEEP . The cards may either be purchased at manned ticket counters or at automated ticket vending machines (not available at all stations). You can buy either single-use or stored-value cards .

China Town – The Little Paradise

4. Self Driving (Rent – a- car)

Car Rental In Kuala Lumpur usually is the new modern type and driving in Malaysia and is generally safe. Couples, Families usually rent a car for a comfortable journey. Car rental companies provide the fully sanitized clean cars. These companies provide a free pick and drop services and have a wide range of cars. Tourist and local people can rent the car for hourly, daily, weekly, monthly basis. Foreigners on short-term visit may rent a car and drive with a valid foreign driver’s license in Malaysia. Economy is the most frequently booked rental car type in Kuala Lumpur . Road trip to go around is like Paradise on Earth .

Batu Caves

5.Bikes

The city is not entirely cyclists-friendly. Many recreation parks that comes with fascinating scenery views and cycling pathway, suitable for bikers to relax and enjoy what mother nature has to offer. People rent the bicycles just to relax and to go around the parks .

Aquaria KLCC

Conclusion:

Many reasons to convince you to plan a trip to KL :
*Getting deep knowledge about Cultural diversity
*Understanding different Religions
*To taste wide variety of Cuisines not only local street foods but also the cuisines from different part of the world
*To see the traditional architecture to Skyscrapers
*Trekking in rain and enjoying the beauty of nature
*Tropical climate and road side shopping

“MALAYSIA TRULY ASIA “

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