Michael asks…

What is the best way to go to petronas towers from Kualalumpur LCCT …?

I am flying from chengdu (china) to Hyderabad (Ind) by Air Asia and i have about 9 hours halt in KL LCCT. I will be landing in kl at 7:30 pm and my onbound flight is at 6 am in the morning, As it is the night what is the best and cheapest way to go to petronas towers and i should be back to the airport by 4 am so any give me a suggestion….

KL Boy’s answers:

Leave your luggage at the locker and luggage storage. Check this website out: http://www.lcct.com.my/facilities/locker-and-luggage-storage

Get on a bus (e.g. Skybus). It’ll take you straight to KL. It should take you approximately 45 minutes to an hour to get to KL depending on traffic. The bus will take you to KL Sentral.

Once at KL Sentral, take the RAPIDKL LRT (formerly known as PUTRA line) to the Petronas Twin Towers. The station that you will be getting off is called KLCC. This website will tell you the ticket fare: http://www.rapidkl.com.my/tickets-fares/rail-fares

I’m not sure if it’s a good idea to travel down to KL since you will be reaching at 7.30pm. Nevertheless, do enjoy your 9 hours halt in KL! 🙂

Steven asks…

How do I get to The CURVE at Mutiara Damansara???

OMG! URgent..how do i get to the curve shopping mall in mutiara damansara! I need to take public transport from Bangi!! HELPP!! I have an interview!

KL Boy’s answers:

From Bangi take a cab to Kajang KTM station. Get on board the KTM train to KL Sentral…then take the Putra LRT to Kelana Jaya station. Walk to the shuttle bus stop opposite and wait for public transport to reach Ikea or 1 Utama..

Kota Damansara, Ikano, The Curve, Cineleisure, Tesco Mutiara Damansara – From Kelana Jaya LRT, take either RapidKL Bus U89 or Ikano Free Shuttle Bus.

1 Utama, Damansara Uptown & KDU College – From Kelana Jaya LRT, take RapidKL Bus U89. For KDU a cheaper by RM1 alternative is to take LRT to Taman Bahagia, and from there take Bus T626 to KDU.

Robert asks…

What is The Curve, in KL?

I always hear people saying they went to the Curve, what is it? A shopping center?

KL Boy’s answers:

The Curve is one of the latest shopping centre which is located in Mutiara Damansara in Petaling Jaya. The other main landmarks nearby is Ikano Power Centre & IKEA stores which is connected to The Curve via the bridge at Level 2.

The Curve is accessible via Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP) if are driving. RapidKL buses & Metrobus also serves this area too:-

Metrobus Nationwide:
99 – Pasar Seni (Kuala Lumpur) – Kota Damansara – Pasar Seni (Kuala Lumpur)

rapidKL buses:
U86 – Metro Prima, Kepong – Bandar Utama – Metro Prima, Kepong
U88 – Pasar Seni LRT – Kota Damansara – Pasar Seni LRT
U89 – Kelana Jaya LRT – Kota Damansara – Kelana Jaya LRT

alternatively, there is also a free bus service from Kelana Jaya LRT station to The Curve via Ikano Power Centre everyday. You may board this free bus at the bus stop located across the Kelana Jaya LRT station. The bus schedule from Kelana Jaya LRT station to Ikano Power Centre are as follows:

9:00am, 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 7:00pm, 8:00pm, 9:30pm (last trip)

Betty asks…

What is the best place to visit in Bukit Bintang and how to get back to KL Sentral from B.B?

Hi there, I would like to ask about Bukit Bintang. I know I have to take train from KL Sentral to Bukit Bintang which stop in Bukit Bintang stesen. My questions are:
– is it covenient to walk place to place in bukit bintang or should I take a bus to shop and see around?
– what is the best place to visit there to shop, having lunch and sightseeing with not too expensive budget (but not too cheap :p)?
– how to get back to KL Sentral from Bukit Bintang because I will left my suitcase at KL Sentral locker since my convenient to save time to not check in first to my hotel in Chinatown area since I will arrived from airport coach bus from KLIA-KL Sentral.
Thank you so much for the answer 🙂

KL Boy’s answers:

-you can walk from times square to sungai wang to lot 10 to pavilion and that about covers the tourist shopping places in BB. Or take the monorail from times square to lot 10 if it rains.
– the place is all about shopping and there is a vast amount of food choices in the malls and shops. You will find affordable food wherever you are so its hard to answer without knowig your preference
– take the monorail to bukit nenas, walk to dang wangi station for rapidKL to sentral. Alternatively take a long walk (there is an airconditioned walkway) from pavilion to KLCC and take the rapidKL to sentral

Sandra asks…

what do i say to a stranger?

KL Boy’s answers:

“Pakcik…Pls move away your feet, i’m almost squashed in my seat becoz you kangkang too wide” a very annoyed RapidKL experience

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