Starwira is a public ransport company that provides a direct, non-stop shuttle from Klang Valley to the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCC-T). Visit the site for more information on fares and departure schedules.
Airebus is a bus company in Malaysia. Here you can buy online tickets (see: e-tickets) for the route Kuala Lumpur - Singapore. Visit the site for more information on pricing, departure and arrivals and reservations.
KL hop-on hop-off offers daily KL city tours. You can start this tour at any hop-on hop-off bus stop and you can buy a ticket on the bus or buy the tickets at tourist offices and hotels. For more detailed information about prices, bus stops and sightseeings, visit the website (Flash).
Biaramas is a bus company for East-Malaysia. Here you can view fares schedules and destinations: Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, Miri, Kuala Belait (Brunei), Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), Pontianak (Indonesia). View "contact us" to find out where you can buy tickets. They also offer a holiday package, including a bus ticket, taxi and hotel.
Transmile Group Malaysia offers a total range of aviation services:
- Freight Carriage,
- Aircraft Leasing and Charter Services,
- Ground Handling,
- Supply of Aircraft Spares Parts, and
- Provision of Aircraft Maintenance Services.
Lion Air is an Indonesian no frills low cost air carrier offering cheap flights from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to:
Indonesia - Ambon, Balikpapan, Bandung, Banjarmasin, Batam, Bau Bau, Cilacap, Denpasar, Jakarta, Kendari, Luwuk, Makassar, Manado, Mataram, Medan, Padang, Palembang, Palu, Pakanbaru, Pontianak, Solo, Sorong, Surabaya, Tanjungkarang, Ternate and Yogyakarta Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City Singapore Malaysia - Penang
Malaysian Airlines is an airline company in Malaysia. Here you can search for tickets to several domestic and international destinations. You can book your flight online and check the latest flight information (see online flight schedule). Don't forget to look at the special fares in the "travel info" menu for cheap tickets.
Berjaya Air offers cheap tickets from/to various (Malaysian) destinations: Koh Samui, Krabi, Malacca, Pangkor Island, Redang Island, Tioman Island and Singapore. You can book your ticket online with the reservation form.
Air Asia is since January 2002 the first low fare, no frills carrier in Malaysia. Air Asia uses the similar concept as European companies like Ryan Air, Easy Jet and Budget Air. Here you can book cheap tickets to Brunei, Thailand, Singapore and several destinations in Malaysia.
Projek Usahasama Transit Ringan Automatik was incorperated to maintain and operate the Putra Line. Putra Line or LRT System 2 links the eastern and western suburbs of Kuala Lumpur servicing some of Kuala Lumpur’s most affluent and heavily populated areas. The total alignment which starts from the Depot in Subang and ends at Terminal PUTRA in Gombak is 29km in length. For the convenience of commuters, PUTRA Line provides dedicated feeder bus service within 3-km radius from each station. Their website offers all info about routes, maps, tickets, passes, fare tables, departing times, train and bus services and a travel planner.
Link to the Sabah State Railway Department website. Click on fares & distance to view the table of inter station passenger fares and distance in kilometers. Click Schedule to find out at what time which train leaves to where (Macromedia Flash Player required).
Kuala Lumpur International Airport Ekspres (KLIAEkspres) is a railway system designed to connect the airport with various parts of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya. Here you can find ticket sales, types and fares, a transit rail map and a floor plan of KL Sentral.
Besraya Highway forms a link between the city and various other highways leading to key areas in the Klang Valley. Here you can find info about work in progress, facilities, toll fares and a highway map.
Penang Port offers Ferry and Cruise services to various destinations: Pulau Undan, Pulau Talang-talang, Pulau Angsa, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Rimau, Pulau Kapas, Pulau Pinang and Pulau Payar. Site navigation: take a look at the pulldown menu item "facilities", look for "Ferry & Cruise" and click on it. If the pulldown menu doesn't work, close the Travelportal Toolbar and try again.
The National Maritime portal is a huge and very informative portal offering detailed information about ports, ships, cargo & shipping, laws and regulations, transport stocks, publications and a lot more. A good place to start your search for maritime resources.
Langkawi Ferry offers ferry services to/from: Langkawi/Kuala Perlis, Langkawi/Kuala Kedah, Langkawi Penang, Langkawi/Satun, Penang/Medan, P. Tioman/Tg.Gemok. View "Schedule and Fare" for information about ticket prices, departure times and telephone numbers. View "reservation" for online booking.
In Sabah it's sometimes easier to travel by boat. Sabah Port Authority offers ferry services to between the mainland, the inter-islands, Federal territory of Labuan and Zamboanga of the Southern Phillippines. Here you can view ferry fares, destinations and departure schedules.
Here you can rent a car near hotels in Kota Kinabalu or Kota Kinabalu International Airport (Sabah). Their site also offers a Kota Kinabalu district map, Kota Kinabalu city map and a Sandakan city map.