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Transportation from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Hotel

Airport Limousine
This service is operated on a pre-paid coupon basis and is available 24 hours a day. Please purchase the coupons at the Limousine Counter in the International Arrival Hall. The journey from KLIA to the congress venue is around 60 minutes and cost about RM200 per way. Budget taxis are also available. Please purchase coupon at the designated counters.

KLIA Ekspres
The KLIA Ekspres service links KLIA and Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station. The journey from KLIA to KL Sentral is 28 minutes. Trains are available every 15 minutes to 20 minutes from KLIA to KL Sentral. From the Sentral Station, passengers may purchase coupons at the taxi counter for the journey to their respective hotels.

Airport Coach
The pick-up point for Airport Coach is at the Ground Level of Block C at KLIA. Passengers will disembark at the Hentian Duta where shuttle services are provided free of charge to major hotels in Kuala Lumpur. The journey is one hour to Hentian Duta and another 30 minutes to the congress venue.

Getting around Kuala Lumpur

Operators include, RapidKL, GoKL, KL Hop-on Hop-off, Cityliner, SJ Bus

Are a flexible option to get from one point to another. Simply hail one from the road! In addition, UBER and GRAB are another easy option to take. They can be easily accessed through their applications. This can be obtained by downloading the application from for iOS or for Android.

The city is linked by rail with five major lines: The RapidKL LRT (Light Rail Transit), KL Monorail, KTM Komuter, ERL Transit (Express Rail Link) and MRT (Mass Rapid Transit). The services are frequent, punctual and convenient, with feeder bus services from train services to designated areas.
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On Foot
Travelers and shoppers in KL can enjoy safe and secured pedestrian walkways built specifically for their convenience and comfort.

Car Rental
Cars can be hired from car rental agencies. Drivers must be in possession of a valid international driving licence. Drivers must always drive on the left side of the road.



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