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The station is vast. At times I did find the signage a tad confusing however there are a couple of help desks. There were no announcements trackside so be careful when you train disappears from the notice board. You have to wait for it to...More
KL Sentral Station is the Hub for rail travel in KL and beyond. The monorail / light rail lines start / terminate at KL Sentral making it a very busy place as all times of the day. That said, the staff at the information desk...More
This is certainly the hub for travel, whether it be local or long distance trains, monorail, or express trains from the airport , buses on various routes as well as taxis. In addition to the efficient transport modes are shops, restaurants , clean toilets and...More
if you want to go anywhere around Kuala Lumpur, , to the airport or to other cities,
this is where you must start your trip or pass bye
- connect few Metro lines like LRT, MRT, Mono rail, etc..
- take the express train to...More
its a very good trasport system in and around KL, but buy a debet card and travel touch and go at the gates, the card cost 15 rm then put on 20 rm or more for some travel, the gates let you know when your...More
Response from Sundaramurthy P | Reviewed this property |
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.