• From Satun to Langkawi

    To get to the island of Langkawi in Malaysia in several ways, but the most popular with tourists the way through the city of Satun in southern Thailand. In Satun is the port, from where there are international ferries to Langkawi. This is a comfortable speed boats that cover the distance to the island for a half hour for a very reasonable price. The cabin has air conditioning, a TV...read more...

  • How to get from Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur

    Very often travelers to Southeast Asia make a route from Thailand to Malaysia or Vice versa, trying to visit in one trip the two countries. This is not difficult, as Thailand and Malaysia connects frequent flights, including budget airlines. The railway connects Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur and you can inexpensively and comfortably get from almost any major tourist city of Thailand in popular destinations such as Penang, Langkawi (with a stopover for the ferry), Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, etc. and a very Well developed bus service between the two countries...read more...

  • Bus station TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) in Kuala Lumpur

    In 2015 most flights, long distance bus routes from Kuala Lumpur moved from Pudu Sentral bus terminal to bus terminal, TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan). It's not just the bus station, and a transport terminal, through which also the city subway, commuter trains, airport, metro, buses...read more...

  • How to get from the airport to KL Pudu Raya station

    One of the most successful areas to stay in Kuala Lumpur, is the area around the bus station Pudu Raya. Within walking distance from the bus station is also another good district – Chinatown or Chinatown.

    One of the reasons why budget travellers staying here is that you can get here from the airport of Kuala Lumpur can be cheaper. The trip from the airport or Vice versa will cost only 10-12 ringgit (refer to the currency of Malaysia, the exchange rate)...read more...

  • The system is free Shuttle bus GO KL CityBus in Kuala Lumpur

    The idea of free bus routes in Malaysia is not new, and one such route is already successfully operating in Georgetown on Penang. It is a system of buses MPPP Shuttle Bus (more here). Completely free and comfortable buses ply on the intricate route through the capital of Penang, approximately every 15 minutes and make stops in the most interesting places where to city sights of Georgetown are within walking distance. Now such a system implemented in Kuala Lumpur, but given the size of the city, routes, of course, more...read more...

  • New low cost carrier terminal KLIA2 in Kuala Lumpur

    On may 9, 2014 at the international airport of Kuala Lumpur KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) earned the new low cost carrier terminal KLIA2. Up to this point all of the budget airline worked through the LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal), with the commissioning of the new terminal stopped taking passengers. All the low cost flights now arrive and depart not from the LCCT, and KLIA2, including the most popular budget airline AirAsia in the region. We have been at this airport, and introduce you to some changes...read more...

  • What to see in Kuala Lumpur in the first place

    The capital of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist centers of the country. Despite the complete absence of a beach holiday destination there is always plenty. Most of them do in the capital a short stop in a day or two at the beginning or at the end of the trip as close to the main gate to the country – the international airport of Kuala Lumpur. Therefore particularly important is the question about what the capital's sights you should visit first, and what can be left for later. For this we have prepared a small list of the most interesting places in Kuala Lumpur, which, in our estimation, worth a visit in the first place...read more...

  • What to choose for a vacation: Langkawi or Penang

    We have already considered in detail in the pages of Our Planet information about the Islands of Penang and Langkawi. Both Islands – the most popular resorts of Malaysia, primarily due to their availability. And so the question of which of the two Islands to choose from, there is most tourists planning a holiday in Malaysia. If you don't have time to read detailed information about each of the Islands offer a brief overview and comparison of these resorts...read more...

  • How to get from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi

    If you plan to travel to Langkawi directly from Russia without visiting Kuala Lumpur, and arrive at the international airport of the capital, then the best way to get to Langkawi by plane, flying budget airline AirAsia. If you plan ahead and buy tickets ahead of time and wait for promo fares of airlines, one hour flight will cost hardly more than 100 ringgit (the Malaysian currency, the exchange rate), which is about $ 1000..read more...

  • A review of the trip to Malaysia "exploration": a Walk around Kuala Lumpur

    In Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, we got to Penang by train. Moved night train (left at 21:00 and arrived at KL Sentral at about 9 am). If someone wants to know how we got on the train, I have already described in the inserts in the article "trains of Malaysia". In General, we arrived completely exhausted and did not sleep because it was freezing in the car for air conditioning all night. Arriving at the station, another half hour we sat and warmed up before you move on...read more...

  • Vehicle rental in Malaysia

    I think no one will argue with the fact that one of the most convenient and interesting ways to get to know Malaysia is to rent a transport. Regardless of whether you are going to explore these remote corners of the selected island resort or travelling through Malaysia – it will be interesting and not too expensive.
    Vehicle rental in Malaysia developed, especially in tourist areas, and to your taste and budget you can choose cars of different classes or limited economical option of renting a motorcycle...read more...

  • Opinion about the first trip to Malaysia "exploration"

    So finally found the time to write about my first trip to Malaysia to investigate. The most practical and useful information gleaned from the trip, I already posted on the website in the section on Malaysia, and hereafter will make appropriate links to information. The report is mainly intended for those who will be interested to see pictures (they are, unfortunately, not very good quality happened because of machinery breakdown) and to hear just impressions...read more...

  • Overview: Malaysia is waiting for wealthy tourists

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    Malaysia is not among the countries for which tourism plays a major role in the economy. This is a fairly advanced and rich country with a powerful industry, agriculture, extractive industry, so that tourism is not so strongly affects the economy of the country. Therefore, the development of tourism in the country was paid not so much attention. But in recent years, the situation began seriously to change. It is not surprising for a site with such potential for tourism development...read more...

  • Guide to metro Kuala Lumpur

    One of the most convenient and fastest way to move around Kuala Lumpur is the metro. Many tourists are afraid to use it, believing it too difficult, and easier to take a taxi. Maybe do a taxi easier, especially if you plan to stay in town for the day. But if you want to explore the city a little longer and not go broke, best subway to find nothing. In addition, while the taxi will be stuck in traffic jams, it will fly over the congestion. That is why the hotel in Kuala Lumpur we recommend you to select close to the metro station, and it is best to metro station LRT...read more...

  • Trains and Railways of Malaysia

    I decided to write about his impressions of travel in Malaysia by train from Butterworth (near Penang island) to Kuala Lumpur, and at the same time to collect and share information about trains and Railways in Malaysia, Singapore and partly Thailand in the hope that it will be useful to someone. Photos is not much, but I think that the General idea of the trains, route network and how to use them, it will be clear and without a photo...read more...

  • Review: "the Attractions of Penang: snake Temple"

    If you ask me - "is it Worth it to see the snake Temple in Penang?", I answer - "Definitely YES!". And it's not that it's super-interesting place and nothing like you will not find anywhere else. "Temple of the serpent" or "snake temple" in Penang, quite a mediocre Church, and a small, which has only one small feature – the snake living in it. But the fact that every visitor will find it interesting. Albeit a bit interesting, but still interesting. Dissatisfied, I think, will not...read more...

  • Review: Botanical garden Kuala Lumpur (Botanical Garden, also Lake Gardens)

    In Kuala Lumpur we had planned to stay four days, and one of the days we have already decided to devote to the inspection of the Park "Botanical garden, Kuala Lumpur" (Botanical Garden, also Lake Gardens). Our stop was at the hotel Mayview Glory Hotel, near metro station, Plaza Rakyat, which is quite far from the Park. But despite this, we decided to do a serious hike to reach the Park on foot. On the way to the Park we jumped at the Merdeka square (Merdeka Square), went through the entire Park (and there are many strayed because of the ugliness of maps of the Park) and went to the southern part and then reached KL Sentral, where they boarded the monorail and successfully returned to the hotel, but with a change...read more...

  • Airport Kuala Lumpur,: description, orientation, transport to the airport

    International Airport Kuala Lumpur (Kuala Lumpur International Airport), abbreviated as KLIA was officially introduced in 1998 to replace the previously existing Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport. The airport ranked in the leading position among the airports of the world in many respects. Currently, KLIA is 13th in the world in terms of passenger traffic and 18th cargo turnover...read more...

  • April-may 2011. Savages of Malaysia KL-Langkawi-Sipadan-Tioman. Part 4. Tioman Island

    PARADISE!!!!!! People don't lie! About the end of our journey already write from home as to spend time on Tioman island – it was simply blasphemous! So, the hotel was SUPER!...read more...

  • Four ways to live in Malaysia

    Once you visit Malaysia, You now sit in a chair (on the couch, it doesn't matter where) and wistfully remembering your awesome vacation, suddenly catch yourself thinking that You want not only vacation forays to visit the country and You want to live there. Oh God, what should I do?...read more...

  • April-may 2011. Savages of Malaysia KL-Langkawi-Sipadan-Tioman. Part 3. Diving at Sipadan

    Flew on to our plan: From Langkawi to KL (1 hour) + docking 2 hours and then, from KL to Tawau (Borneo) – 3 hours. Sorry, no direct flights, only via KL. From KL to Tawau and back 7 750 rubles for two (AirAzia)...read more...

  • April-may 2011. Savages of Malaysia KL-Langkawi-Sipadan-Tioman. Part 2. Langkawi

    Arrived at Langkawi in 22:15. The flight out cost for two 4 760 rubles (promo did not get :-(). By the way, the most convenient flight in the evening, in the first place, the whole day can relax; in the evening, when arriving at the hotel, no need to wait for hour "H" - settlement; came, went to sleep and in the morning is a free man!!...read more...

  • April-may 2011. Savages of Malaysia KL-Langkawi-Sipadan-Tioman. Part 1. Kuala Lumpur

    This is our next journey, organized its forces. But, unlike the previous one, which was planned and organized for 3 months, this I organized quite spontaneously :-) the Main reason was, successfully purchased tickets from St. Petersburg to Kuala Lumpur...read more...

  • Photos: Go to Kuala Lumpur

    Nice little trip once a month to prolong the visa. (In order to extend the visa-free 30-day stay in Thailand usually go to one of the neighboring countries, for example in Malaysia, to the entrance again to get a 30 days stamp. approx. administrator)
    It's time to leave the country. I decided to go to Kuala Lumpur. The goal of trips is to extend the visa and to buy the necessary electronics, which, as it turned out, we are severely lacking...read more...

  • Review of resorts in Malaysia

    Many picturesque atolls in the sparkling turquoise water – that sees a traveler flying up to the famous resort Islands of Malaysia – Langkawi and Penang. TravelOnline offers a small overview of tourist opportunities of this great country...read more...

  • Malaysia – the true Asia

    Kuala Lumpur is a great city. It's all that useful I wanted to tell you about Kuala Lumpur, and now more about useless. If you think Kuala Lumpur is an expensive city, then at least wrong in one thing – it's expensive, but not everywhere and not all...read more...

Comments / recent posts on the topic on the forum
zhanna 23 October, 2018

No. Since October the Islands are closed, no boats, no running hotels, possible storm. Was last year in late September, a couple of days the sea was very restless. ...
admin 30 January, 2019

Here and there there are ferries and passport control on both. You mean by migration post, it's not migration office same as in Thailand? You can buy here, a proven website - https://12go.asia/en/travel/langkawi/koh-lipe?z=5962 and Tulagi on the official website, but I've never booked, never https://telaga-terminal.com/. ...
admin 26 February, 2019

Missed this post, I hasten to refute. Neither Uber nor Langkawi in Malaysia is working. Here works Grab-taxi ...
on 29 April, 2019
Train from KL Central to Batu caves run every hour ...
admin 12 June, 2019
Hello! I hope the answer is still relevant. I'm in the journey, and not always can answer quickly.
So, about direct buses to TBS from the airport is unknown to me, I haven't found it/ but it may have changed, you'll have to clarify on the spot. But I didn't really. From Puduraya, too, like all long-haul flights suffered. I can't tell because all the photos schedules at home, and I'm not home.
Kuala Perlis the buses come almost to the ferry/ here, read - https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/malaysia/langkawi-kak-dobratsa-is-kuala-lumpura
In General as far as I understand from your questions, you in KL are not going to stop, and immediately go to Langkawi. I would advise you to look at the tickets: if you pre-buy or wait for sales at AirAsia, it is possible for the price of the route by buses and ferries to reach. ...
admin July 20, 2019

Hello! Easily find, on the bottom floor down the signs Public Transport or something like that, already forgot exactly how they're signed. ...
Rigonia 1 August, 2019

I inertia wrote for himself)) I beach lying not very much, always travelling, sightseeing and so on :) If the goal is to lie on the sand, you are right - my advice is not suitable. By the way the author did not specify what he wants) ...
admin August 18, 2019

Hello! Well, you start to read our guide, it's no wonder they tried to write https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/malaysia/penang. And here is clarifying the questions to ask, and that they are too extensive you. ...
admin August 20, 2019

Hello! Wow, what details, I'm afraid such a difficult question to answer accurately can't. But simple logic dictates that if the visa is issued legitimately, and she didn't validity, it is still valid and you will be able to enter. If you inform themselves or to the consular section issuing the visa, the other sources will become aware of the disappearance of the basic conditions for its issuance, i.e. divorce, it may be cancelled by the Consulate.
On your place I would not "sweat" and traveled on this visa, if necessary. Even if the next entry you will not be allowed, then just get a visa stamp on entry. But if you still doubt and want to do it by the rules, better send a request to the consular Department at malmoscow@kln.gov.my or mwmoscow@kln.gov.my ...
admin September 2, 2019

Hello! It all depends on which flight arrive and depart. If the international transit, no passport control, no, just on arrival go aboard and go to the correct gate for departure. All the details of how it's done, now I can't remember, flew so last year, forgotten. But just do not remember, so everything was just, the signs most likely to go, and all. ...

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