Bus from KL Sentral to KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) Terminal 1, Malaysia

For International flights, I always tried to came to airport 3 hours before flight. Because KLM flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta was at 16:30 then I would try to KLIA 1 (Kuala Lumpur Internatinal Airport Terminal 1) at 13:30.

Time was 11:15 at Bandaraya Station. Actually I canceled trip to Batu Caves because of transportation route changing. It was unfortunate although I could make it happen 2 weeks later on different trip.

To reached, I would use cheapest transportation mode i.e Airport Coach. Well, to boarded Airport Coach, I must go to KL Sentral first because Airport Coach base was there.

From Bandaraya Station, I went to Masjid Jamek Station (both stations are located at Sri Petaling Line). From Masjid Jamek station, I continued to used Kelana Jaya Line and got off at KL Sentral. Simply paid 1.8 Ringgit for all this trips. Just bought token at Bandaraya Station and returned at KL Sentral.

Before boarding into bus …… When arrived at KL Sentral, I decided to Dzuhur pray and continued to lunch.

Panettone KL Sentral

Panettone …. The owner was Indian and the noodles was very nice…. worthed to tried

Penang White Curry Bowl

Original view Vs menu view

I was so enjoying the noodles but the time was at 13:00. Even though my target to reached KLIA was at 13:30, so it was certainly late for 30-45 minutes depended on Airport Coach waiting time in KL Sentral.

Before going downstairs, I bought a softdrink on a vending machine near escalator towards Aiport Coach counter and I would drink it while sightseeing at bus. Understandably because the Airport Coach would be quiet and there wasn’t TV or music. Not bad for 1 Ringgit per cans, very cheap if  was compared to minimarket around KL Sentral.

ticket Airport CoachPrices are different for children and adult

The journey covered distance about 60 km within 1 hour.

During trip through highway, I saw very well organized and patterned settlements. This made Kuala Lumpur was impressed in city landmark.

Highway to KLIA during I visited Kuala Lumpur four times never jamed. it was OK for their transportation system. For me, It didn’t need to be ashamed to admit their excellence on spatial and transportation system because my traveling purpose was learnt from other country, opened my insight and appreciated the differences.

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