Domestic Transportation in Malaysia
Means of Transport Recommended in Town
- Besides buses, long distance taxis, which take a maximum of four passengers, are more expensive but more practical.
- Maps of Urban Networks
UT Library on line
- Urban Transport Agencies
Aeroline Malaysia Express Bus
NICE Malaysia Express Bus (Plusliner)
Transtar Travel Malaysia Express Bus
Transnasional Malaysia Express Bus
- Find an Itinerary
- Taxi Companies
Sunlight Radio Taxi
Comfort Radio Taxi Service
Transportation From Airport to City Centre:
|Kuala Lumpur Intl - KLIA (KUL)||55 km / 35 miles||MYR 68 / 60 min||MYR 9 / 75 min||MYR 35 / 35 min||Available|
Means of Transport Recommended in the Rest of the Country
- The most used means of transport is the bus, and the network is very dense. You can also use the two railway lines which cross the country, or the airplane, which is more expensive.
- Rail Companies
Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad
|Name||Type||Domestic Flights||International Flights|
You Can Consult the List of Airlines Banned Within the EU. Look Also at the rating of the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Traveling By Yourself
- The road network is rather limited but air transport is very developed and the river network is often used, although it is slow. The condition of the highways crossing the country from North to South is satisfactory. The regular road network has variable conditions but it is acceptable on the whole. No specific problems in terms of fuel supply. There is a very high rate of road accidents. In the event of an accident, it is necessary to call the police who will draw up a report. A third-party insurance is compulsory.
- Driver's License
- To drive in Malaysia you need an international driver's license or a Malaysian license.
- Conditions For Renting a Vehicle
- You need a driver's license with your photo, and you must be at least 23 years old.
- Rental Agencies
Advantage Car Rentals
Mayflower Car Rental
Insas Pacific Rent-A-Car
- Tolls or Taxes
- You have to pay on motorways and payment is according to a fixed scale (open system) or according to the tickets collected (closed system).
- Road Maps
- Find an Itinerary
- Traffic Conditions Online
Kuala Lumpur City Hall
- Parking Facilities
- You can easily find a guarded parking lot, especially near shopping malls and hotels.
Rules of the Road
- Minimum Driving Age
- Side of the Road For Driving
- On the left
- Speed Limits
- 110 km/h (or 90 or 80 km/h) on motorways, 90 km/h on roads outside urban areas, 60 km/h in urban areas.
- Safety Belts
- Permitted Amount of Alcohol in the Blood
- Drinking and driving is forbidden.
- National Roads Organizations
Road transport department
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