Rapidkl Route

Maria asks…

i stay in brickfield, kl and i work in Tractor malaysia Puchong. Which is the right bus number for getting the

KL Boy’s answers:

There is a direct bus that goes to your workplace in Puchong Utama from Brickfields.

From KL Sentral ground floor, just board the RapidKL bus number T60 (KL Sentral – Puchong Utama). The frequency of this bus is about 20 minutes & the bus will ply the following routes & main landmarks: Brickfields – Jalan Syed Putra – Jalan Klang Lama – Pearl Point – Jalan Puchong – Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) – IOI Mall – TESCO Puchong – SRK Puchong Utama – Puchong Utama

the bus fare is only MYR 2.00 but you can use the ticket once again if you wish to return home in Brickfields as the ticket is valid for the whole day.

RapidKL bus no: T60 (KL Sentral – Puchong Utama)
– KL Sentral
– Jalan Tun Sambanthan (Brickfields)
– Brickfields Police Station
– Mid Valley Megamall
– Jalan Klang Lama
– Wisma Buddhist
– Batu 3 Jalan Klang Lama
– Taman Desa junction
– SRJK (C) Choong Wen
– Jalan Klang Lama market
– Jalan Kuchai Lama junction
– Pearl Point
– Taman Overseas Union (OUG) junction
– Jalan Puchong
– Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP)
– IOI Mall
– TESCO Puchong
– SRK Puchong Utama
– Puchong Utama (last destination)

Helen asks…

From KLIA to Bukit Bintang?

Please tell me the easiest and fastest way to get to Bukit Bintang from the Airport…. Answers will be greatly appreciated (and I did I say I’ll give you 10points too?) =)

KL Boy’s answers:

From Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), you may board the KLIA Express available at the airport itself to KL Sentral. Once you are there, you need to walk about 100 metres to get to the KL Sentral KL Monorail station located at Jalan Tun Sambanthan @ Brickfields. Just board the train & the train will take you all the way to Bukit Bintang which you can disembark at KL Monorail Bukit Bintang itself. The fare is only MYR 2.10.

Summary of route destinations:

KLIA Express
– KLIA to KL Sentral (non-stop)

KL Monorail
– KL Sentral
– Tun Sambanthan
– Maharajalela
– Hang Tuah (interchange to RapidKL STAR LRT)
– Imbi
– Bukit Bintang < disembark here
– Raja Chulan
– Bukit Nanas (interchange to RapidKL PUTRA LRT)
– Medan Tuanku
– Chow Kit
– Titiwangsa (interchange to RapidKL STAR LRT)

Donna asks…

Anyone know hw to get from Mines resort to Kuala Lumper city area? Hw much it cost to take a cab there?

by public transport

KL Boy’s answers:

You can board the RapidKL bus route no U41 from Jalan Sultan Mohamed bus terminal in Kuala Lumpur city centre which is next to Pasar Seni LRT station & Pasaramakota bus station. The bus will bypass the MINES Resort City along the SILK highway & then continue its journey to Bandar Sungai Long in Cheras.

The bus fare to the MINES Resort from Kuala Lumpur city centre is only RM 2.00 for their trunk (UTAMA) service & if you wish to return to KL city centre on same day, you may use the same as the ticket is valid for the whole day on the same bus route service.

Summary of RapidKL bus route no U41:
(Jalan Sultan Mohamed – Bandar Sungai Long)

– Jalan Sultan Mohamed (Pasar Seni LRT station)
– Kota Raya, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock
– Puduraya
– Tung Shin Hospital, Jalan Pudu
– Magnum Plaza
– Pudu Jail
– Majestic Theatre
– Pudu Post Office
– Jalan Chan Sow Lin
– Chan Sow Lin LRT station
– Sungai Besi Highway
– Razak Mansion
– Salak Jaya Toll Plaza
– Jalan Kuchai Lama junction
– Kampung Malaysia Raya
– Taman Castlefield
– The MINES Toll Plaza
– Serdang KTM Komuter station
– SILK Highway
– The MINES Shopping Centre & The MINES Resort City
– Taman Tanming Jaya
– JUSCO Balakong
– Jalan Balakong
– Pekan Batu 11 Cheras
– Cheras – Kajang Highway
– Jalan Sungai Long
– Institut Pengurusan Veterinar
– Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
– Bandar Sungai Long

James asks…

please help me find my way to go to wisma help JALAN DUNGUN damansara from klcc. i dont have a car. help pls?

here is the exact address.. please guys im a foreigner here in KL
thank u 2 all who gave practical answers on taking bus and train. i wud really prefer to take the train and/or the bus that is why i posted this question Lah! coz i already know that cab is easier of cors. thanks anyway.

KL Boy’s answers:

To get to HELP University College via public transport, there are RapidKL bus route no T634 which departs from Bangsar LRT station to Pusat Bandar Damansara.

The bus departs from Bangsar LRT station & makes its’ way along Lorong Maarof, passes thru Bangsar Shopping Complex & continue its’ journey to Pusat Bandar Damansara via Jalan Dungun & Jalan Gelenggang. The bus will return to Bangsar LRT station via the same route destinations.

The bus fare is only RM 1.00 for their local shuttle service (TEMPATAN) & you may use the same ticket on the same day if you wish to return to Bangsar LRT station using the same bus route destination.

Summary of RapidKL bus route destinations:

T634 – Bangsar LRT station to Pusat Bandar Damansara
– Bangsar LRT station (Kelana Jaya Line)
– Jalan Bangsar Utama 1
– Bangsar Utama
– Lorong Maarof
– Taman Bangsar
– Jalan Maarof
– Bangsar Shopping Centre
– Menara Bangsar
– Jalan Johar
– Jalan Beringin
– Jalan Dungun < disembark here
– Wisma MBSB
– Jalan Gelenggang
– Wisma Guthrie
– Jalan Damanlela
– Pusat Bandar Damansara

T634 – Pusat Bandar Damansara to Bangsar LRT station
– Pusat Bandar Damansara
– Menara Millennium
– Jalan Maarof
– Menara Bangsar
– Bangsar Shopping Centre
– Lorong Maarof
– SMK Bukit Bandaraya
– Bangsar Indah Condominium
– Dataran Maybank
– Jalan Bangsar
– Bangsar LRT station (Kelana Jaya Line)

Sandy asks…

Advice on holiday tour from Hyderabad, India to Sri Lanka/Malaysia/Indonesia/Thailand.?

I’m in Hyderabad, India. I’m planning to go on a 3-4 day budget, economy holiday trip to Sri Lanka or a south east Asian country – Malaysia or Thailand or Indonesia – in the month of August or September. Could someone give me advice, tips on choosing the right places, weather conditions, local cost of living and expenses, choosing the right travel agent, air tickets, visa formalities, hotel stay, or choosing the travel package, etc? Please give me any information, from your own experience, that you have that will be helpful to me in planning my holiday. I shall be travelling with my wife and infant child. I see a lot of packages being offered on some travel web sites but most are confusing. I don’t know if it works to be cheaper to go with a package or plan on my own like air tickets, hotel bookings, etc. Thanks.

KL Boy’s answers:

Go for packages. Its cheaper and they cater vegan food.
>>>KL Twin Towers
>>>Suria KLCC
>>>Sunway Lagoon and Sunway Pyramid
>>>Kl Tower
>>>Petaling Street and Chinatown
>>>shopping malls (One Utama, Mid Valley and Suria KlCC)
>>>Malacca (i totally love malacca!!) loads of places to see’ A Famosa, Stadhuys, Jonker Street **dunt miss this one!! N stay in Aldy Hotel, Malacca if u plan to tour malacca. U can do online booking. Www.aldy.com.my
>>>stay in 3/4 star hotels in Kl than is nearest to the places u want to go. Try Hilton, Crown Plaza, Cititel (next to shopping mall) budget hotels like Malay hotel, Chinatown is bout MYR 100 or less per day.
>>>Penang (food heaven)
>>>Genting Highland (gambling, rides, theme park)
If ur package offers all that i mentioned above, then its worth it. Ur budget for hotel, food and travel can be up to MYR 3000. (if u spend well) save on hotels and use public transport. U can reuse the same ticket for all buses for the whole day. Check out www.rapidkl.com.my for bus routes and schedules.

Visa shud be ok for u guys. Be careful with cab drivers, they cheat alot, make sure they use metered cabs.

If that helped, pls vote!

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