Travellers from all over the world go in and out of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) in Sepang, Selangor on a daily basis. Whether you are coming to Malaysia to explore this beautiful country or to avoid the cold weather, plan your route from the airport to your destination. Buses are your best option whether you are heading into the city centre of Kuala Lumpur or to other parts of Peninsular Malaysia. We are here to make that trip even smoother when you can book your bus tickets online on Easybook without having to queue up at the counter.
Both KLIA and KLIA2 are Malaysia’s main airports and they are located approximately one hour away from Kuala Lumpur with terminals about 5.5 KM apart. You can get to the KLIA bus terminal on the ground floor of Block C Annexe located 3 minutes away by foot from the arrival hall at the main terminal building. You can find bus ticket counters over here at the KLIA bus terminal as well.
Upon arrival at KLIA2 on Level 2 (L2), look out for the “Bus Station klia2 Terminal/Other Destinations” signboard and follow accordingly. You will need to take the escalator down to the transportation hub on Level 1 where you will see all the platforms for the buses. There is a convenience store located here for you to buy some snacks while waiting for the arrival of your bus. Ticketing counters can also be found here at the KLIA2 bus ticket counter.
Why risk the chances of not getting a seat on the buses, now you can book them ahead of them through Easybook. Just follow these simple instructions and you will be ready to travel to the location of your choice upon arrival at the airport.
Not all tourists will want to travel into the big city of KL upon arriving in the country. They would choose to visit other states to experience a different perspective of Malaysia. There are various routes you can take from the KLIA or KLIA2 bus station to the other bus terminals around Peninsular Malaysia via Easybook. Here are some of the routes and companies that operate from the two bus terminals at the airports.
Even though the airports may be far from the bustling city centre, there are still plenty of things that you are able to do at its surrounding area. Let us share with you the places and things you can do around Sepang.
AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort – This is the ultimate stay for those who want accommodation overlooking the Sepang resort. Whether you want to just take it easy by the pool or dive into some extreme water sports, this place has everything for the entire family to enjoy. You can also hit the beach for some fun or visit the elephant sanctuary for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang (MOP) – Just 6 KM away from KLIA and KLIA2 is this factory outlet shopping mall. MOP comes has an amazing selection of retail shops at great prices, as well as a Japan Avenue called Japanese Specialty Store in which you can find all things from the land of the rising sun from music to culinary delights. Mitsui Outlet Park adapts the Paradise Village Concept which comprises different architectural designs for zones such as Sunshine Square, Pier Walk, Tropical Plaza and Beach Walk. A great place to visit during your flight stopovers.
Sepang International Circuit – It is a must-visit place for motorheads, this motorsport race track has hosted the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix, Malaysian Endurance Race, and other major motorsport events, as well as others as well. This venue is buzzing with people and excitement when an event is taking place, so if you are heading over for a motorsport event from another country, you are in luck as it is located very near both airports.
Cyberjaya – You can travel 30 minutes away by car to the town that is a key location of the Multimedia Super Corridor in Malaysia, which is still in the Sepang District. The town that inspires to be the Silicon Valley of the country is packed with activities. You can visit the Cyberjaya Lake Gardens for a quick jog, catch a movie at D’Pulze Shopping Centre, Masjid Raja Haji Fi Sabilillah to witness the eco-friendly mosque, get pampered at Cyberview Resort, try out go-karting at Raycer Powerhouse near Cyberjaya Lake Gardens, and simply check out one of the many cafés opened in this great town.
Whether it is a layover at KLIA or KLIA2, there is always something you can find to do in the airports while waiting for the buses to arrive. Getting transportation from the airport is as easy as 1, 2, 3. We want to help make it even easier when you book your bus tickets online through Easybook to your preferred bus terminals within minutes. We even prepared this simple step-by-step guide on How to Book Bus Tickets for your convenience when you are purchasing tickets that stop or leave from KLIA & KLIA2 Bus Terminals.