Mitsui Outlet Park

6 years ago, Malaysia had its first branded outlet known as the Johor Premium Outlet (JPO). Later on, another branded outlet known as the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA came to the scene in May 2015. In contrast to the local brand Johor Premium Outlet, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA is actually an outlet of Mitsui Outlet Park, a beloved Japanese luxury goods outlet mall chain and they have 13 of these similar outlets across the entire Japan. In addition, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA is the first Mitsui Outlet Park outlet that is outside of Japan and the first of its kind in the South East Asian region. Essentially, this Mitsui Outlet Park is a joint venture project between the Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd, a giant Japanese real estate company and Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad.

With an area of 25000 square metres with around 140 outlets when all the 3 phases are completed, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA is huge. This outlet is only located around 60 kilometres away from the Kuala Lumpur city and 6 kilometres away from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2, an airport designed for budget air carriers. The first phase was completed in 2015 and Phase 2 will be completed sometime this year in 2018 while the final phase will be completed in around 2021.

As this is part of a luxury goods outlet mall chain, you can expect to find many off-season products from upper middle to high end brands such as Ermenegildo Zigna, Diane von Furstenberg, Aigner, Hugo Boss, Bally, Hush Puppies, Timberland, Nike, Adidas, Puma, Porsche Design, Rip Curl, Vinci, and so on. These brands are typically sold for 30 to 70 percent off from their standard retail prices. You can also visit the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA official website to see a list of brands that are available in this outlet.

In contrast to the Johor Premium Outlet or any Premium Outlets franchise in the world, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA looks rather like a typical shopping mall than a premium outlet. It is indoor and fully air-conditioned with plenty of sofas and benches to sit on if you would like to take a break from your shopping spree. There is a food court and several restaurants such as Straits House, Sushi Maru, Gao!Gao!, and M.A.D for hungry shoppers. There are also 4 different interesting concepts that you can see inside the outlet park and they are Sunshine Square, Pier Walk, Beach Walk, and Tropical Plaza. For example, you will feel as if you are on the beach when you walk into the Beach Walk area.

In terms of current brands available, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA do not offer certain brands such as Coach, Columbia, Fossil, Kate Spade, Furla, GAP, Michael Kors, Padini, Swatch, Rubi Shoes, TUMI, Victoria Secret, and Bath and Body Works that are usually available in Johor Premium Outlet. However, this may change once the second phase and third phase is completed.

Due to its close distance to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA 2, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA is an ideal shopping place when you are waiting for the next flight or between flight transits. The outlet also provide amazing Shop and Fly facilities such as the Flight Check-In center where you can store your luggage for free of charge, SITA Self Check-in kiosks machines, computers with printers to print your check-in flight and boarding pass, and LED TV displaying the flight information system to keep you updated on your next flight. The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA offers free shuttle bus service, taxi, and car rental if you need to get back to the airport. The free shuttle bus from Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA to KLIA and KLIA is scheduled to run every 20 to 30 minutes. The first bus will depart at 8.30AM and 8.40AM from KLIA2 and KLIA respectively while the last bus departs at 11.10PM and 11.20PM. From 10.10PM to 11.10PM, the bus will depart on every 30 minutes instead of the usual 20 minutes. There will be a total of 41 bus trips from KLIA and KLIA2 to the Mitsui Outlet Park every day and this includes Saturday, Sundays, and Public Holidays. The whole ride will take less than 15 minutes and it is comfortable and convenient for travellers. From KLIA2, you can get a free shuttle bus service to the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA at Transportation Hub Level 1, Car Park Bay B9/B10, and exit door 3. The free shuttle bus service is also available at KLIAs main terminal Level 1, Gate 2 and exit door 2. However, it is important to note that the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA only opens from 10AM to 10PM. Other useful facilities that are available in the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA includes a mosque, ATM machine, money changer, changing room for babies, accessible restroom, and parking area for disabled people.

The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA main intention is to target tourists, bargain shoppers, big shoppers from the ASEAN region, China, Middle East, and the rest of the world. They also hope to attract Malaysians living in the Klang Valley area to visit the outlet. According to a news report by New Straits Times on 4th of January 2017, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA has hit least two million visitors for the first phase. Datuk Badlisham Ghazali, the managing director of Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, also said that the total numbers of visitors looked good so far for the first phase and most of their customers are tourists that come from China in this news report.

If you are a tourist, you can also take full advantage of the special discounts and shopping privileges available by visiting the Information Center at the Ground Floor of the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA to collect your Tourist Privilege Pass.

If you are local Malaysian and plan to drive there using your own vehicle, you will be pleased to know that there will be ample parking spaces available. According to an update on 2nd of March 2016, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA parking rate for the first hour is RM2 and RM2 for every subsequent hour after that. The penalty for loss of ticket is RM50. Alternatively, you can also use a ride-sharing service such as UBER or GRAB to get to Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA.


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KLIA 2 is equipped with a bus platform (Transportation Hub) which is located at Level 1. Do  take note that all bus tickets need to be bought at Level 2 after the international and domestic arrival halls. KLIA2 provides easy bus access to places around Klang Valley and outstations in Peninsular Malaysia.

klia2 bus counter


Alternatively, passengers may also book their bus tickets in advance


There are a few bus companies offering bus services from KLIA2 to destinations in Klang Valley and directly to other states. Among the various bus companies that operates in KLIA2 and the destinations provided are listed on the table below

Bus Destinations Link
Skybus KLIA2,KL Sentral, 1Utama readmore
StarShuttle KLIA2, Ipoh, Teluk Intan, Setiawan, Bercham, Puduraya, Batu 3 (Jln Ipoh) readmore
Aerobus KLIA2, Kl Sentral, Genting Highlands ,Paradigm Mall (Petaling Jaya),Premiere Hotel(Klang) readmore
Jetbus KLIA2, Bandar Tun Razak TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) readmore
Transnasional KLIA2, Melaka readmore
Yoyo Bus KLIA2, Ipoh(Aman Jaya), Yong Peng ,Johor Bahru readmore
Airport Liner KLIA2, Desa Jasmi,Desa Chempaka, Inti College, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, KTM Nilai (Nilai Town , KTM Commuter access   readmore

* Travellers who wants to reach Kuala Lumpur  city center are advised to travel to KL Sentral while travellers who want to reach Petaling Jaya are advised to travel to 1Utama.

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Klia2 Hotel

Klia2 is a modern airport that is also equipped with  good choices of accommodations.   Currently around Klia2, travelers can consider a few options for accommodation

  • Tune Hotel
  • Sama-Sama Express
  • Capsule by Container Hotel

Tune Hotel klia2

tune hotel klia2

Tune Hotel, klia2 is located about 1km away from klia2 terminal, it takes travelers a 10 minutes’ walk under a covered walkway from hotel to KLIA2. Room rates ranges from RM188* (USD$62).


Hotel Features:

  • 10 mins walk (covered walkway) to check in counter at klia2 airport terminal
  • 1.5 km from KLIA, also accessible via KLIA-Ekspres, a 3 min train ride
  • Skybus shuttle service from Tune Hotel to KLIA main terminal is available at RM2/person
  • 167 car park bays available at RM2.00/hour for the first 3 hours, and RM3.00/hour for every subsequent hour. Maximum of RM36.00 for 24 hours
  • Luggage stored would be chargeable at RM5.00 per luggage (up to 3 days) and RM10.00 per luggage (from 4th day onwards)

Sama-Sama Express Klia2

same same express klia2

The Sama-Sama Express klia2 is strategically located at the Satellite Building, at the International Departure Level 3. Hotel guests do not need to clear Malaysian Customs and Immigration between transits. This would be the perfect hotel if you are looking to transit between flights

Hotel is located near the KLIA terminal and 2km away from KLIA2 terminal, it takes 3 minutes on ERL (KLIA Express, KLIA Transit) to reach klia2. Room rate ranges from RM800* (USD$266).


Hotel Features:

  • In room coffee/tea facilities
  • Satellite TV channels
  • In room safedeposit box
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi and internet facilities

 Capsule by Container Hotel Klia2


Capsule by Container Hotel KLIA2 is located at the Level 1 of the Gateway@KLIA2. It offers 79 capsule bedrooms to those checking in for 3-hours, 6-hours, or 12-hours packages priced around RM45, RM70 and RM90 respectively. Guests share bathrooms just like a backpacker’s concept.


Hotel Features:

  • The hostel offers a bar/lounge
  • Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas
  • Additional amenities include a library
  • Safe deposit box at the front desk
  • Smoke-free property

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erl klia2

If you plan to travel to KLIA2 for a trip and was wondering which will be the most affordable mode to travel to KLIA2.  You may consider ERL, the rail link is ready for use and it’s a cheaper mode of transportation for travellers. ERL is a great and convenient way to get to KLIA2. The train travels as fast as 160km per hour away from the traffic congestion in Kuala Lumpur and it’s surrounding areas.

There are a few options on which station to choose to head to KLIA2 which are the Transit service and Ekspres service.

KLIA Transit

KLIA Transit is a rapid transit service designed especially for commuters and airport personnel. KLIA Transit train services make 4 quick intermediate stops along key townships namely Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, SalakTinggi and KLIA / KLIA2.

Passengers can check in at KL Sentral and head to KLIA2. The ticket is priced at RM55.00 per way and RM 100 for return while Child ticket is RM 25 one way and RM 45 for 2 ways. Passenger will also be able to enjoy a 10% discount if tickets are purchased from self-service kiosk. The journey with take you approximately 40 minutes to KLIA2. You also can park you vehicle at Bandar Tasik Selatan station and hop on the transit towards KLIA2. From Bandar Tasik Selatan station the tickets will cost RM 38.40 and your journey will be approximately 35 minutes to KLIA2.

If you are based closer to Putrajaya & Cyberjaya area,you may consider taking the train from the station which will cost RM8.00. The journey will take approximately 20 minutes. There is also another transit at SalakTinggi station to KLIA2 which only cost RM4.90. The journey will take approximately 11 minutes.

Just in case if you have a long stop over, you can take a 3 minutes train ride from KLIA station to KLIA2 station or vice versa which cost RM2.00.

KLIA Ekspres

KLIA Ekpres maintains a 99.7% on time record. KLIA Ekspres train service shares the same tracks as the KLIA Transit connecting to KLIA2. If you plan to travel directly to KLIA2, perhaps you can consider taking the KLIA Express. KLIA Express departs from KL Sentral directly to KLIA2. This is known as a fastest way to reach KLIA2 and KLIA.This will only cost you RM55.00 and the journey takes you approximately 30 minutes.

By taking KLIA Transit or KLIA Express, you will enjoy a convenient inter-terminal transfer, affordable fares and easy access to the KLIA2 terminal. The best part about the train fare, is it does not matter if you’re arriving at KLIA or KLIA2, the fare is still remains the same.

KLIA Express VIP service

This service is offered for those who prefers VIP treatment


Onboard facilities

  • Wifi
  • Rack for large luggage
  • Overhead rack for hand luggage
  • Onboard screen that shows latest news, weather and travel information

KLIA Transit Fares

Flight Check In

Passengers can save time with hassle free check in at KL Sentral before taking their flights at KLIA2. At the moment passengers from Malindo Air offers baggage drop and check in at KL Sentral

KL Sentral

Klia2 Express is accessible to Kl Sentral which is one of the major transportation hub in Kuala Lumpur city. Kl Sentral is interconnected with major LRT, MRT  to passengers to access various areas such as Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur and KTM train station to access destination across peninsular Malaysia.


KLIA Express Schedule

Isnin – Jumaat / Monday – Friday
KL Sentral Æ KLIA2 KLIA2 Æ KL Sentral
05:00 05:30 05:33 04:55 05:00 05:28
05:20 05:50 05:53 05:15 05:20 05:48
05:40 06:10 06:13 05:35 05:40 06:08
06:00 06:30 06:33 05:55 06:00 06:28
06:15 06:45 06:48 06:20 06:25 06:53
06:30 07:00 07:03 06:35 06:40 07:08
06:45 07:15 07:18 06:50 06:55 07:23
07:00 07:30 07:33 07:05 07:10 07:38
07:15 07:45 07:48 07:20 07:25 07:53
07:30 08:00 08:03 07:35 07:40 08:08
07:45 08:15 08:18 07:50 07:55 08:23
08:00 08:30 08:33 08:05 08:10 08:38
08:15 08:45 08:48 08:20 08:25 08:53
08:30 09:00 09:03 08:35 08:40 09:08
08:45 09:15 09:18 08:50 08:55 09:23
09:00 09:30 09:33 09:05 09:10 09:38
09:20 09:50 09:53 09:20 09:25 09:53
09:40 10:10 10:13 09:35 09:40 10:08
10:00 10:30 10:33 09:55 10:00 10:28
10:20 10:50 10:53 10:15 10:20 10:48
10:40 11:10 11:13 10:35 10:40 11:08
11:00 11:30 11:33 10:55 11:00 11:28
11:20 11:50 11:53 11:15 11:20 11:48
11:40 12:10 12:13 11:35 11:40 12:08
12:00 12:30 12:33 11:55 12:00 12:28
12:20 12:50 12:53 12:15 12:20 12:48
12:40 13:10 13:13 12:35 12:40 13:08
13:00 13:30 13:33 12:55 13:00 13:28
13:20 13:50 13:53 13:15 13:20 13:48
13:40 14:10 14:13 13:35 13:40 14:08
14:00 14:30 14:33 13:55 14:00 14:28
14:20 14:50 14:53 14:15 14:20 14:48
14:40 15:10 15:13 14:35 14:40 15:08
15:00 15:30 15:33 14:55 15:00 15:28
15:20 15:50 15:53 15:15 15:20 15:48
15:40 16:10 16:13 15:35 15:40 16:08
16:00 16:30 16:33 15:55 16:00 16:28
16:15 16:45 16:48 16:20 16:25 16:53
16:30 17:00 17:03 16:35 16:40 17:08
16:45 17:15 17:18 16:50 16:55 17:23
17:00 17:30 17:33 17:05 17:10 17:38
17:15 17:45 17:48 17:20 17:25 17:53
17:30 18:00 18:03 17:35 17:40 18:08
17:45 18:15 18:18 17:50 17:55 18:23
18:00 18:30 18:33 18:05 18:10 18:38
18:15 18:45 18:48 18:20 18:25 18:53
18:30 19:00 19:03 18:35 18:40 19:08
18:45 19:15 19:18 18:50 18:55 19:23
19:00 19:30 19:33 19:05 19:10 19:38
19:15 19:45 19:48 19:20 19:25 19:53
19:30 20:00 20:03 19:35 19:40 20:08
19:45 20:15 20:18 19:50 19:55 20:23
20:00 20:30 20:33 20:05 20:10 20:38
20:15 20:45 20:48 20:20 20:25 20:53
20:30 21:00 21:03 20:35 20:40 21:08
20:45 21:15 21:18 20:50 20:55 21:23
21:00 21:30 21:33 21:05 21:10 21:38
21:15 21:45 21:48 21:20 21:25 21:53
21:30 22:00 22:03 21:35 21:40 22:08
21:45 22:15 22:18 21:50 21:55 22:23
22:00 22:30 22:33 22:05 22:10 22:38
22:20 22:50 22:53 22:20 22:25 22:53
22:40 23:10 23:13 22:35 22:40 23:08
23:00 23:30 23:33 22:55 23:00 23:28
23:20 23:50 23:53 23:15 23:20 23:48
23:40 00:10 00:13 23:35 23:40 00:08
00:05 00:35 00:38 23:55 00:00 00:28
00:40 01:10 01:13 00:25 00:30 00:58
00:55 01:00 01:28

Sabtu – Ahad / Saturday – Sunday
KL Sentral Æ KLIA2 KLIA2 Æ KL Sentral
05:00 05:30 05:33 04:55 05:00 05:28
05:20 05:50 05:53 05:15 05:20 05:48
05:40 06:10 06:13 05:35 05:40 06:08
06:00 06:30 06:33 05:55 06:00 06:28
06:20 06:50 06:53 06:15 06:20 06:48
06:40 07:10 07:13 06:35 06:40 07:08
07:00 07:30 07:33 06:55 07:00 07:28
07:20 07:50 07:53 07:15 07:20 07:48
07:40 08:10 08:13 07:35 07:40 08:08
08:00 08:30 08:33 07:55 08:00 08:28
08:20 08:50 08:53 08:15 08:20 08:48
08:40 09:10 09:13 08:35 08:40 09:08
09:00 09:30 09:33 08:55 09:00 09:28
09:20 09:50 09:53 09:15 09:20 09:48
09:40 10:10 10:13 09:35 09:40 10:08
10:00 10:30 10:33 09:55 10:00 10:28
10:20 10:50 10:53 10:15 10:20 10:48
10:40 11:10 11:13 10:35 10:40 11:08
11:00 11:30 11:33 10:55 11:00 11:28
11:20 11:50 11:53 11:15 11:20 11:48
11:40 12:10 12:13 11:35 11:40 12:08
12:00 12:30 12:33 11:55 12:00 12:28
12:20 12:50 12:53 12:15 12:20 12:48
12:40 13:10 13:13 12:35 12:40 13:08
13:00 13:30 13:33 12:55 13:00 13:28
13:20 13:50 13:53 13:15 13:20 13:48
13:40 14:10 14:13 13:35 13:40 14:08
14:00 14:30 14:33 13:55 14:00 14:28
14:20 14:50 14:53 14:15 14:20 14:48
14:40 15:10 15:13 14:35 14:40 15:08
15:00 15:30 15:33 14:55 15:00 15:28
15:20 15:50 15:53 15:15 15:20 15:48
15:40 16:10 16:13 15:35 15:40 16:08
16:00 16:30 16:33 15:55 16:00 16:28
16:20 16:50 16:53 16:15 16:20 16:48
16:40 17:00 17:13 16:35 16:40 17:08
17:00 17:30 17:33 16:55 17:00 17:28
17:20 17:50 17:53 17:15 17:20 17:48
17:40 18:10 18:13 17:35 17:40 18:08
18:00 18:30 18:33 17:55 18:00 18:28
18:20 18:50 18:53 18:15 18:20 18:48
18:40 19:10 19:13 18:35 18:40 19:08
19:00 19:30 19:33 18:55 19:00 19:28
19:20 19:50 19:53 19:15 19:20 19:48
19:40 20:10 20:13 19:35 19:40 20:08
20:00 20:30 20:33 19:55 20:00 20:28
20:20 20:50 20:53 20:15 20:20 20:48
20:40 21:10 21:13 20:35 20:40 21:08
21:00 21:30 21:33 20:55 21:00 21:28
21:20 21:50 21:53 21:15 21:20 21:48
21:40 22:10 22:13 21:35 21:40 22:08
22:00 22:30 22:33 21:55 22:00 22:28
22:20 22:50 22:53 22:15 22:20 22:48
22:40 23:10 23:13 22:35 22:40 23:08
23:00 23:30 23:33 22:55 23:00 23:28
23:20 23:50 23:53 23:15 23:20 23:48
23:40 00:10 00:13 23:35 23:40 00:08
00:05 00:35 00:38 23:55 00:00 00:28
00:40 01:10 01:13 00:25 00:30 00:58
00:55 01:00 01:28
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KLIA2 Parking


Traveling with a budget airline has been a growing trend among us Malaysians recently, so let’s not forget that budget flights are all departing from KLIA2 now. So typically when I drive to KLIA2, I will head to the Gateway@KLIA2 and drop off the travelers as it’s more convenient to place the luggage on the trolley instead of pushing the trolley from the car park to departing hall. You are allowed to stop to drop off the travelers so take your time.  KLIA2 official parking is connected with main KLIA2 building.

There are no need to go through the hot weather or rain. However a passenger will have to take lifts when going to or from the main KLIA2 building.

Gateway@KLIA2 is strategically located between the drop-off and KLIA2 Main Terminal Building. KLIA2 has a 2 blocks 8-storey car park that directly adjoins the Main Terminal, and accommodates over 6,490 vehicles including motorcycles. The parking bay is fully covered and equipped with surveillance cameras. You will also notice guards circling the area on motorcycles to ensure the safety are maintained.

I prefer to park at Block B parking and drive towards the closest lift and head towards level 4 which brings you to the lobby. The parking area is spacious and there is allocation for disabled-friendly driver and hybrid cars as well. Ironically I have spotted some non-hybrid cars parked In the hybrid car parking. There is also parking allocation for 800 motorcycles.

For Touch n Go users, make sure your balance is not less than RM20.00. There is a 10% commission applicable when you are using Touch n Go. Autopay machines are located on levels 1, 4 and 7. Please make sure you have small change as the machines do not take notes above RM50.00.

Duration  Parking rate
First One (1) hour to Third (3) hours RM4.00 per hour
Fourth (4) hours to Sixth (6) hours RM3.00 per hour
Seventh (7) hours to Ninth (9) hours RM3.00 per hour
Tenth (10) hours and Above RM2.00 per hour
Daily Maximum Rate   RM46.00 per day
Motorcycles RM1.00 per entry
Lost Ticket  RM50.00 per day

* Inclusive of 6% GST Tax


As of August. KLIA2 has lowered it’s rate for long term parking. This would be very good to travelers who wants the convenient to park at KLIA2. If you park long term, the day 4 charge would start from RM 20 onwards


klia2 hybrid parking

Besides parking for disabled, Hybrid cars will also enjoy special privilege with special allocated parking space nearer to departure and arrival halls.


If you are a frequent flyer and plan to park your vehicle in KLIA2 to travel, you can consider “Long Term Car Park” area which provides a shuttle bus to the KLIA/KLIA2 airports at a 15-minute interval. The parking rate atLTCP is RM2.50 for an hour or RM32 per day, while motorcycle will be charged only RM1 per entry.

Cheap parking for longer periods


You may also consider parking at the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) at Bandar Tasik Selatan which charges you RM3.00 a day for parking fee. From TBS, you can take the KLIA Transit from the Bandar Tasik Selatan station to KLIA2 for RM26.50 per trip, or the Jetbus to KLIA2 for RM8.00 per trip.

Putrajaya Sentral

KLIA2 users can consider parking at Putrajaya Sentral at RM 5 per day or RM 35 per week while taking a bus to Klia2 for RM 10 per trip. There is also a KLIA transit to KLIA from Putrajay Sentral at RM 6.2 per person. Putrajaya Sentral is located approximately 30KM from KLIA2.


EhailingApp such as Uber/Grab is probably one of the cheapest way for anyone to get to KLIA/KLIA2.

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Aerobus Klia2

aerobusAerobus a brand that is fully owned by “Wawasan Sutera Travels and Tours” is a familiar name in bus industry has been in bus and coach operation since 2007. Armed with the motto of “Cheap, Convenient and Comfort”, Aerobus has a platoon of 80 staffs, 20 express coaches servicing route from Klia2 to various destinations such as Kl Sentral, Paradigm mall in Kelana Jaya (Petaling Jaya), Premiere hotel in Klang and Genting Highlands. This company provides around 50 trips daily while buses starts from 3AM to 11PM daily. Aerobus has serviced more than 80,000 passengers since 2008.



Bus ticket for Aerobus can be purchased from bus ticket counter while bus departs from transportation hub in Klia2.

Kl Sentral to KLIA2

Ticket cost: RM 10 (Adult ) , RM 5 ( Child below 13 years old)


aerobus schedule kl sentral

aerobus klia2 to kl sentral

Genting Highlands

Ticket cost : RM 35 ( Adult), RM 25 ( Child below 13 years old)

Bus will leave and arrive at Mushroom farm in Genting Highlands instead of One World hotel. Free shuttle bus will be provided to passengers

genting from klia2

Paradigm Mall (Kelana Jaya & Petaling Jaya)

Ticket cost: RM10 (Adult), RM5 (Child)

kelana jaya klia2

Premiere Hotel (Klang)

Ticket cost: RM13 (Adult), RM5 (Child)

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Aerobus Contact

Telephone number: (010)2923888

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Klia2 Grab Uber

Getting to KLIA2 KLIA using UBER/GRAB

Note: Both Uber and Grab are still in the process of being legalized in Malaysia. There are very little risks of taking such services however both services are cheapest as compared to Taxis.

Great news, Uber and Grab services are also operating from and to KLIA2 or KLIA. As of 2017 , the prices of both services from KLIA2 starts at RM 65 for areas in Klang Valley There should be ample of drivers to get you to KLIA2 even at odd morning hours. You can get both of these services from and to KLIA2 at an amazing price.  At peak hours, there are few hundred drivers waiting for passengers leaving from KLIA2.

As for Uber , you can use your existing rider App if you are an Internatioal Uber rider. As for Grab , You will need to download Grab app from Google Playstore. Only Android support is available for Grab. Drivers from both of these companies use their own personal cars and payments can be made using either a credit card or cash.  There are abundant drivers from both providers services from KLIA/KLIA2 to various destination across Klang Valley and it’s surrounding cities

Similar to most international airports found around the world, KLIA2 is located rather far from the city centre and suburbs. Hence, getting a normal taxi to get to KLIA2 will cost a lot of money. It is located 60 kilometres away from KL Sentral. Fortunately for us, there are other additional options such as UBER and GRAB to choose from in order to get the best value of our money.



Uber Technologies Inc. is an American-based multinational online transportation company. The Uber app allows the rider to request for a trip and that request will be sent to the Uber driver that is located nearest to the rider and the driver will be given the location of the rider. The duration to take a UBER from KL Sentral to KLIA2 is about 49 minutes There are also additional toll charges to be included in the fare. You will have to pay RM3.50 for the Putrajaya Toll and another RM4.30 for the KLIA toll. The estimated fare without including the above mentioned additional amounts for tolls for using UberX is around RM87 to 88. An estimated fare for using UberXL is around RM122 to RM123. A request with UberBLACK will cost you around RM212 to RM213. Uber does not allow pre-book unlike normal taxis so this option is only advisable if you happen to be in an area where there are lots of Uber drivers. The good thing about UBER is that it does not impose additional charges for midnight rides so this is ideal if you are planning to fly off late or early hours in the morning.

Feel free to sign up here and receive free credits if u want to ride with Uber.


Grab Klia2 Promotion


Similar to UBER, Grabcar is another app that allows you to request for a ride to KLIA2 using your smartphone. This service is only currently available around Klang Valley, Hartamas areas, KL City Centre and Mont Kiara. It is also based on a fixed rate basis and the fixed rate is calculated based on the distance between pick-up, drop-off points and estimated travelling time. The duration to take a GRAB from KL Sentral to KLIA2 is about 49 minutes too. You will also need to pay the same toll charges mentioned above. An estimated fair excluding the additional charges for the economical Grabcar is around RM80 to RM110 and a more premium version offering known as Grabcar+ will cost you a fixed rate of RM200. GRAB also do not impose additional charges for midnight rides.

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KLIA2 Ticket

It is possible to buy ticket at KLIA2 manually at airline ticket counter instead of booking online. Fortunately, some airlines that fly to KLIA2 has a sales office at this venue.


AirAsia Ticket Sales Counter

30, Level 2 , KLIA2 ,64000 Sepang, Selangor

Malindo Air Ticket Sales Counter

AS 1 -1 -61, Terminal klia2, 6400, Sepang


Flight locator

Alternatively you can use our cheap flight locator tool. Do bear in mind that this tool only located the cheapest flights available thus the location that you depart may also start from KLIA or KLIA2

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Klia2 Airlines

List of Airlines in KLIA2

KLIA2 is a separate terminal that only caters to low-cost carriers located within Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). This terminal is located about 2 kilometres away from the main terminal KLIA building. The objective of KLIA2 was to cater to the sudden explosive growth in the low-cost travel carriers in Malaysia and to replace the previous low-cost terminal known as Low-Cost-Carrier Terminal or popularly known as the LCCT. It began its operations on 2nd of May 2014 and all of the low-cost flight operations that were previously in LCCT were moved over to KLIA2 on 9th of May 2014. Below is the list of airlines that were moved to KLIA2.



AirAsia or also known as AirAsia Berhad is a Malaysian-based low-cost airline and it also the largest airline in Malaysia based on its fleet size and flight destinations. As of this moment, the AirAsia group operates domestic and international flights to as many as 120 different destinations and spanning around 24 different countries. The company was founded in 20th of December 1993 and they commenced operations on 16th November 2016.


AirAsia X

AirAsia X is part of the AirAsia Group brand that focusses on long-haul flights on a budget. This brand is also affiliated to the famous Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and Air Canada. It currently flies to 19 different destinations across the Asia Pacific region and they include Sapporo, Osaka, Tokyo, Seoul, Busan, Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Chengdu, Taipei, Kathmandu, New Delhi, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Perth, Auckland and Jeddah.


AirAsia Zest

AirAsia Zest or also formerly known as Asian Spirit and Zest Air is an airline that was based at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manilla, Philippines. Asian Spirit and Zest Air ceased its operations on January 2016 and merged into AirAsia Phillipines. It was then rebranded as AirAsia Zest.


Indonesia AirAsia

Indonesia AirAsia or also known as PT. Indonesia AirAsia is a low-cost airline that is based in Tangerang, Indonesia. It is the Indonesian associate for the AirAsia group. It was first founded on December 2009 as Awair and later changed its name to AirAsia Indonesia on 1st of December 2015. Its main hub is in Soekarno-Hatta International Aiport, Jakarta.


Thai AirAsia

Thai AirAsia is a joint venture between the AirAsia group and Thailand’s Asia Aviation. It currently operates regular and scheduled domestic and international flights from Thailand’s main capital, Bangkok and other cities located in Thailand. It is also the only low-cost airline based in Suvarnabumi Aiport.


Cebu Pacific

Similar to AirAsia Zest, Cebu Pacific is another low-cost Philippines airline based in Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila. It first commenced its operations 20 years ago on 8th of March 1996.


Malindo Air

Malindo Air is another low-cost airline based in Malaysia. It is a joint venture between the National Aerospace and Defence Industries also known as NADI and Lion Air of Indonesia. NADI owns the majority of the shares with 51% and Lion Air has 49%. The name Malindo is also derived from the names of these two countries; Malaysia and Indonesia. It first commenced operations on 23rd of March 2013.


Tiger Air

Tiger Air or also known as Tiger Airways Singapore Pte Ltd is a Singaporean-based budget airline that is mainly based in Singapore Changi Airport. It operates flights to regional destinations like Southeast Asia, India and China. It was founded on 12th December 2003 and later became a subsidiary in the SIA group that bought over 56% of ownership stake in October 2014.


Lion Air

Besides Malindo Air’s joint venture, Lion Air also operates an Indonesian based low-cost airline and it is Indonesia’s largest private airline company and the second largest low-cost airline in Southeast Asia region. It was first founded on 19th of October 1999 and commenced its operations on 30th of June 2000.


Jetstar Airways

Jetstar Airways is an Australian-based low-cost airline based at Melbourne Airport. It is a subsidiary of Qantas Airways Limited, the largest airline in Australia based on its fleet size. Jetstar Airways was founded in 2003 and operates flights flying into and out of Australia.

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Klia2 Taxi

KLIA 2 Taxi

Taxi services are available 24 hours to cater to travellers who are departing from Klia2. Travelers can get taxi services at the Transportation Hub located directly at Level 1 of the Gateway@KLIA2 building. Klia2 Gateway is convenient to locate, however if travellers who are not sure of the location can always  refer to the information counter.



To cater to travellers’ convenience, Klia2 provides 3 types of taxi services available for traveller to choose. Taxi services that are provided are better known as the Coupon Taxi, Metered Taxi and Premier Taxi. Travelers can check on taxi fee stated at the counter as all taxi used in Klia2 are registered to ensure that taxi rates are regulated.

After selecting the preferred taxi services at the taxi counter, travellers can make the payment directly and lookout for “Door 4” to queue up for the taxi. Please take note that there will be an additional 50% fare surcharge from 11:30pm to 6:00am.

Purchasing Official Taxi tickets

klia2 taxi counter

Taxi tickets can be purchased at Taxi ticketing counter at Gateway@klia2 , Level 1 transportation hub. This location is not hard to find after leaving arrival halls. Passenger will have to inform the counter on the destination where charges would be determined and paid. The colour of the counter will determine the type of taxi being booked.

budget taxi


Coupon/Budget Taxi

Once travelers inform the destination and make the payment, where a coupon will be issued. Proceed to “Door 4”to line up, and wait for the Budget Taxi. When the “Red “taxi arrives, kindly pass the coupon to the taxi driver so he will know the destination that you are going


Metered Taxi

Proceed to the metered taxi counter and purchase the coupon for RM2.00. Exit from “Door 4” and wait in line for the Metered Taxi. Pass the coupon to the taxi driver to begin the taxi meter from klia2 to the preferred destination. The final taxi fare is based on what’s displayed on the taxi meter monitor plus the toll charges, if any.


Premier Taxi

These are the ‘Blue’ taxis that are slightly more expensive compared to the coupon taxi& metered taxi. Charges are roughly doubled when compared to budget taxi at Klia2. However this taxi is larger in size and more comfortable which makes is suitable for family or a group.

To check the Klia2 taxi rate


What to avoid on Klia2 ?

It is best to avoid unlicensed taxi at Klia2 especially those that requires price negotiation and hagging. Please take note that public taxis are only allowed to drop off passengers at Klia2. They are not allowed to take passengers from Klia2. You should be taking taxi from the official booth in Klia2. Uber and Grab are great choices if you are on a tight budget.

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