Where to Find Kuala Lumpur Public Transport Schedules

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Kuala Lumpur is both the capital city and largest metropolitan city in Malaysia. Commonly referred to as KL or the garden city of lights, Kuala Lumpur is a cultural, financial and economic capital while also being classified as an alpha world city, the only one of its kind in Malaysia.

Being the metropolitan city that it is, it boasts an often well-functioning and modern public transport system which penetrates most of the city. The network of buses, monorail, light rail transit and commuter transit ensure you can get around the city on much less than you would in a taxi or car rental...

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Discover Kuantan on the Malaysian coast

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There are several bus companies, as well as airlines, that will take you from the capital, Kuala Lumpur to the coastal town of Kuantan, the state capital of Pahang. The KL to Kuantan bus ride is three to four hours. The expressway recently opened takes three hours, and if the bus takes the slower route, it takes about four hours. Kuantan is an interesting city with many things to do, with beaches facing the South China Sea and being on the mouth of the Kuantan River. The KL to Kuantan bus ride on the East Coast Expressway is the fastest way and a pleasant ride through the green countryside. Here are some things to do once you get to Kuantan.

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Beaches 
One reason people come to Kuantan is the beaches, and they are not disappointed...

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Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan: Where to Get Bus Tickets Online

You will have no problem finding a bus to Kuantan from Kuala Lumpur. There are many options. Several comprehensive and user-friendly websites are available where you can choose and conveniently buy your bus ticket online. It’s easier and safer to book online than to buy your tickets at the terminal or station. Also, they offer discounts and comprehensive information. You can save a lot of money, from 6% to 50% discount, by doing a coupon search on the particular travel site. All the buses are very comfortable and deluxe. The driver usually allows one or two restroom stops. All in all, the one-way trip will take three to 3 1/2 hours. Major credit cards including Paypal are accepted.

Catch That Bus

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The website www.catchthatbus.com offers tickets on designated travel dates to Kantuan...

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