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When using public transport, it’s advisable to check schedules, fares, and any travel advisories or disruptions that may affect your journey.
Many cities in Malaysia offer travel cards or stored-value cards (such as Touch ‘n Go or MyRapid cards) that can be used for seamless transfers between different modes of transport.
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MyRapid ⇒ The official service website for Rapid KL, Rapid Penang and Rapid Kuantan by Prasarana Malaysia Berhad.
Causeway Link ⇒ operates bus services in Johor Bahru, connecting various parts of the city and the neighboring towns.
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RapidKL is the main bus operator in Kuala Lumpur and its surrounding areas. It offers extensive bus services within the city, making it a cost-effective mode of transportation for tourists. RapidKL buses also connect to LRT and MRT stations.
Inter-city Buses: Numerous bus operators provide services connecting different cities and towns across Malaysia. Companies like Transnasional, NICE/Plusliner, and Aeroline offer comfortable long-distance bus journeys with various amenities.
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KTM (Keretapi Tanah Melayu) – operates train services connecting various states in Peninsular Malaysia. It offers two main services: the Electric Train Service (ETS) for fast intercity travel and the KTM Intercity for slower, more economical journeys.
Kuala Lumpur has an extensive LRT and MRT network that connects major areas in the city and its outskirts. These train systems are convenient for traveling within Kuala Lumpur and accessing popular tourist spots.
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Malaysia has several domestic airports, and flying is a convenient option for traveling long distances or reaching destinations in Sabah and Sarawak (Borneo). Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, and Malindo Air are some of the main domestic carriers.
Most international flights land at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Largely thanks to budget carrier AirAsia, Malaysia is crisscrossed by a web of affordable flights with advertised “promotional” prices.
Ferry services operate in various parts of Malaysia, particularly to access islands and coastal destinations. For example, ferry services connect the mainland to popular islands like Langkawi, Penang, and Tioman Island.
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- Langkawi ⇒ Langkawi Ferry Services.
- Penang ⇒ Penang Port.
- Tioman Island ⇒ Cataferry.
- Redang Island ⇒ Merang Jetty
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To drive in Malaysia, you must have a valid driving license from your home country or an International Driving Permit (IDP) issued in your home country. The IDP must be accompanied by your original driving license. Ensure that your license is written in English or has an official translation.
If you plan to rent a car, ensure that it meets all legal requirements, including valid insurance coverage. Most rental agencies require drivers to be at least 21 years old, although some may have a higher minimum age requirement.
The official website of the Road Transport Department provides information on driving regulations, vehicle registration, licensing, and road safety.
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