Singapore to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA/KLIA2)
|Departure||Any point in Singapore|
|Arrival||Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)|
|Rate||SG$390 (direct from Singapore)|
Toyota Alphard (extra cost applies)
The Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the main airport in Malaysia. It is not technically in Kuala Lumpur despite carrying the name. It is 45 kilometers from the city but it is the city’s gateway for international and some local flights. The site officially dedicated to the airport occupies 100 square kilometers and many regard it as one of the largest sites on earth dedicated to an airport. A mega undertaking to expand the airport will see KLIA have no less than 5 runways and two main terminals each with its own two satellite terminals. At its end, the project will see the airport handle at least 100 million passengers per year smoothly. Today, KLIA is the leading airport in passenger numbers in the world handling tens of millions arrivals and departures in the last few years.
KLIA2 is a terminal dedicated to the ever growing low-cost air transport destined for Kuala Lumpur. This terminal is about two kilometers away from the main terminal. It has its own runway and control tower. Expansion is ongoing and it is expected to process over 45 million passengers when complete. It is the largest terminal dedicated to, low cost flights in the world.
Commuting to and from KLIA/KLIA2
Being one of the busiest airports in the world, KLIA is served by two rail services that connect it to the city of Kuala Lumpur. The terminals are at both KLIA and KLIA2 and KL Sentral station in the city.
- KLIA Ekspres: This is the airport rail link that is exclusively for running non-stop between KLIA and KL Sentral. The trip lasts 28 minutes to and from KLIA and 33 minutes to and from KLIA2 which will include a 2 minutes’ stop at KLIA.
- KLIA Transit: This is a commercial rail service between the airport and KL Sentral. Unlike the Ekspres, this service has scheduled stops at Salak Tinggi, Bandar Tasik Selatan and Putrajaya Cyberjaya. The ride takes 35 minutes and 39 minutes from KLIA and KLIA2 respectively.
There are plenty of buses, both private and public, that will transport you to KLIA and KLIA2 from the city. You can also take the same buses from the airport to almost all destinations in and around Kuala Lumpur and the Greater Klang Valley.
Limousine and taxi
There is a taxi and limo service at the airport. From here they will take you to Kuala Lumpur and to other destinations in the Klang Valley. This premium service receives payment at their counters in the airport. They do not have an office in Kuala Lumpur. This means that you will need to take your taxi or rail service to the airport from the city.
The most comfortable and convenient way to travel to and from either KLIA or KLIA2 to any destination in Kuala Lumpur or any other part of Malaysia is by private taxi. These can be hired from sgmytaxi.com, a leading provider of comfortable, spacious and well maintained cars. Their drivers are experienced and professional and they are able to handle both international and local arrivals and departures with the courtesy you will expect from a top taxi company.
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