By Airplane

Malaysia has a total of six international airports with the main travel hub being centred at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Over 60 International airlines fly direct to Malaysia connecting 113 major cities from 35 countries, including Australia, the UK and the USA, making Malaysia easily accessible from anywhere in the world.

Flying Times from Malaysia



Flights to Malaysia

List of Countries with Flights to Malaysia & Weekly Frequency

 Brisbane7 Calcutta7New ZealandAuckland6
 Darwin4 Chennai32North KoreaPyongyang1
 Gold Coast7 Hyderabad7PakistanKarachi1
 Melbourne42 Kochi14 Lahore2
 Perth26 Mumbai12 Peshawar2
 Sydney35 New Delhi14PhilippinesCebu4
BangladeshDhaka56 Tiruchirappalli21 Luzon Island3
BruneiBandar Sri Begawan32IndonesiaBali77 Manila60
CambodiaPhnom Penh28 Balik Papan3Singapore 309
 Siem Reap11 Banda Aceh7South KoreaSeoul21
ChinaBeijing21 Bandung38 Busan4
 Chengdu7 Batam/Batu Besar4Sri LankaColombo26
 Dalian4 Jakarta156 Hambantota1
 Fuzhou3 Lombok7TaiwanTaipei41
 Guangzhou56 Makassar4ThailandBangkok158
 Guilin4 Medan77 Chiangmai14
 Hangzhou7 Padang14 Hat Yai7
 Hong Kong SAR77 Palembang7 Hua Hin3
 Kunming11 Pekan Baru18 Koh Samui12
 Macau17 Semarang4 Krabi18
 Nanning7 Solo City3 Phuket56
 Shanghai32 Surabaya47 Surat Thani3
 Shenzhen14 Yogyakarta14UzbekistanTashkent3
 Xiamen8 Tokyo25VietnamHanoi24
Mauritius 3MyanmarYangon28   
EthiopiaAddis Ababa4FranceParis10EgyptCairo3
USALos Angeles4NetherlandsAmsterdam14IraqBaghdad2
   TurkeyIstanbul7Kuwait 3
      Saudi ArabiaJeddah16
      UAEAbu Dhabi14


Other Options

Easy Access

Metered taxis are the most widely and easily available transportation in cities. Minivan type taxis are available to transport larger groups. Most hotels have their own limousine or their concierge can flag down or call for radio taxi service. Taxi fares in Malaysia are calculated according to meters.

  • The flag-off fare for taxis is RM3.00 (USD 0.69) and passengers will be charged 10 cents (USD 0.02) for every 115 meters thereafter.
  • Other additional charges include road tolls, RM2.00 (USD 0.46) for telephone bookings and a 50%surcharge is levied between midnight and 6.00 AM.
  • An additional RM1.00 (USD 0.23) is charged on 3rd adult passenger (max 4) and/or baggage.
Malaysia Cab

There is a system of Light Rail Transit (LRT) and a monorail service in Kuala Lumpur. These are two metro systems providing light rail services in Kuala Lumpur (the KELANA JAYA and AMPANG lines). The monorail is an inner-city public transit system that serves the central business, hotel and shopping districts of Kuala Lumpur. The costs of the services range from RM 0.70 to RM5.10 (approximately USD 0.16 to USD 1.18). The operating hours are from 6am until 12am.

Go-KL city bus is a free bus service which caters for both visitors and residents of Kuala Lumpur. Comfortable, air-conditioned, pink coloured single-decker buses now cruise two circular routes covering many of the main sight-seeing attractions in the heart of the city. The buses, which are disabled-friendly, run at five minute intervals at peak periods and every 15 minutes at other times. They operate from 6am until 11pm.