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Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)   Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)

Are you trying to find information on the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Malaysia's main international gateway? Wondering what is KLIA, what's going on, where is KLIA and how to get there? Need some maps to help you get there? Or simply want to take a satellite view of KLIA with Google Maps?

Going to KLIA is easy and straightforward. You can drive your own car or rent a car then drive through the ELITE highway, or LDP highway; and road signs are almost everywhere to guide you there. There are plenty of parking space in KLIA for short period and long term parking.

You can also consider taking a taxi, using the KTM Komuter or Express Rail Link (ERL), hopping on Airport Coach, MPV or Van or even flying in with one of the budget airlines. If you have extra time before boarding, do check on Duty Free Shops and see what's available for bargain. No shopping mood? You can select to hook up to the WiFi in KLIA to check on your email or any online stuff as you like.

If you have to stay a night around KLIA or KLIA, here are some hotels for you to consider. Hungry? Grab some food! Never been to Malaysia before? Check on the Malaysia travel information here!

You may want to review the entry requirements to Malaysia. And to get you around, maybe these Malaysia travel tips can be helpful?

Not sure about customs duty and taxable items? Questions? You can contact customs at the KLIA. If you are running low on cash, just make your way to one of the many ATMs in the airport. Arrivals information are available to every arriving passengers in KLIA, you can check the information for Baggage Handling Agent, Health Regulations, Immigration Regulations and Quarantine Regulations before your departure from country of origin.

The Business Centre and Plaza Premium Lounge at KLIA is exclusively designed with today's business executives' needs in mind. To make up for precious time away from the office, the Business Centre is the ideal venue for passengers wishing to make phone calls, go online and hold meetings.

The IATA airport code, KUL was inherited from the previous international gateway for Malaysia, Subang International Airport, which currently handles only turboprop aircraft, general aviation and houses a military air base.

Looking for information on Low Cost Carrier Terminal KLIA2, you can check on HERE.


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