Tips to Avoid Kuala Lumpur Taxi Scams and Know Difference between Budget & Executive Taxis28 January, 2014
Getting around by taxi around Kuala Lumpur can be a very convenient and affordable option (especially if you are travelling in a group of 2-3) as long as you are travelling on a budget taxi which agrees to charge you the metered fare.
Unfortunately, the taxi experience in Kuala Lumpur is a hit and miss one as Kuala Lumpur taxis are notorious for refusing to turn on their taxi meters and are quite likely to ask for a flat fee to bring you to your destination.
Our taxi experience during our recent Kuala Lumpur trip was a relatively pleasant one – of the 6 taxi trips, 2 were fixed coupon prices (more on this later), 3 were metered fares and only 1 tried to quote us a flat fee (which we refused and the taxi driver eventually agreed to turn on the meter). If you understand how the taxi industry work and the taxi price differentiation and some tips to ensure you get a fair taxi price, you should be in for a quite a smooth taxi ride around Kuala Lumpur. I will try to share some of my experience in this blog post.
Airport Taxi Coupon Counter
Let’s start with the airport taxis because that’s where most people will first start their taxi experience in Kuala Lumpur. There are cheaper options to get to the Kuala Lumpur city from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) e.g. KLIA Ekspres (KLIA Express) can bring you to KL Sentral from KLIA in 28 minutes for RM35 one-way. However, if you are travelling in a group of 2-3, it can be cheaper to take a taxi to your destination in Kuala Lumpur (if you buy a coupon from the airport taxi coupon counter).
At the LCCT, the Airport Taxi Coupon Counter is located right after you have cleared customs – you can’t miss it – look out for the booth shown in the picture below (note that this info is accurate as of 26 Jan 2014; the booth will likely change when LCCT closes and is replaced by KLIA 2). For KLIA, I think there will be a similar Airport Taxi Coupon Counter right after you clear customs.
Tell the staff where is your destination and the number of people and luggages and the staff will quote you a price. If you have a group of 2-3 people with 1-2 pieces of big luggage, ask for a budget taxi. If you have more people or luggage, the staff might require to take the bigger premier taxi (which is more expensive – also known as executive taxi). There is a third category of taxi – the family taxi which can take 6 passengers.
Once you pay the staff at the airport taxi coupon counter, you will be issued with the coupon as shown below which states clearly your destination and how much you have paid. There is no need to pay the taxi driver again – unless you want to tip the driver (there is no tipping culture here in Malaysia so it is entirely up to you). The driver will tear part of the coupon to record the trip. It cost us RM 74.30 to get from Kuala Lumpur LCCT to Grand Millennium Hotel at Bukit Bintang (in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city). Thus, if you have a group of 2-3, it is not worth it to take the KLIA Express (which would cost you RM 105 for 3 pax) and the KLIA Express only takes you to KL Sentral where you will need to take either public transport or taxi to your destination.
Once you have bought your coupon at LCCT, walk out towards MacDonalds and there will be long line of taxis – head to the centre lane (as indicated by the arrow in the picture below) and show your coupon to the first taxi in line. The area around here can be quite chaotic as this is also where passengers will alight to go to LCCT to board their flights. Ignore any taxi touts hanging around the area.
KL Sentral Taxi Coupon Counter
There are a number of such authorised taxi coupon counters within Kuala Lumpur city e.g. at KL Sentral (Central Railway Station) but do note that they may impose a service charge so it might be more expensive for you to buy the coupon than to take a taxi with metered fare to your destination. On a few travel forums, travellers had also highlighted that there are a few taxi coupon counters at KL Sentral which charge different fees.
But at least you buy a peace of mind with the coupon – saving you the potential hassle of having to negotiate fares with the unscrupulous taxi drivers and still ending up being overcharged. This service will also be useful if you are travelling by taxi to destinations outside Kuala Lumpur city e.g. Batu Caves. For info, we took a taxi from Grand Millennium Hotel (in Bukit Bintang) to Batu Caves for about RM22 (metered fare on a budget taxi).
Kuala Lumpur Budget Taxi
There are two kinds of taxi service in Kuala Lumpur, standard taxi (also known as budget) and executive taxi. I have been talking about budget taxis – budget taxis are actually sedan cars (or saloon cars in British English); the typical Comfort/Citycab taxis we see in Singapore.
It is termed budget because they are the cheaper taxis compared to executive taxis (in terms of flag-down fare) – however they drive just as fast and are just as comfortable as the executive taxis (but just more limited in terms of capacity for passengers and luggage). An example of a standard (budget) taxi is shown in the picture below.
The fare chart below shows the metered fare rates by distance and additional charges for toll and transfers to the airport. That is if you are lucky to get a taxi driver who agrees to turn on the meter.
When you manage to hail a taxi, tell the driver your destination and he might quote you a flat fee of perhaps RM 10 to RM 20 (sometimes a lot more) if you are travelling within Kuala Lumpur city. You can either choose to refuse and insist he use the meter or try to negotiate it to a more reasonable price – most (non-rush-hour) rides in the city are about RM6 to RM10. Just don’t board the taxi until you are sure the driver will turn on the meter or you have agreed on a price with the driver.
The picture below shows what an executive taxi looks like – the flag-down fare is double that of the standard (budget) taxi and the per kilometre fare is also double that of the standard taxi so taking this taxi can be quite expensive even with metered fares. These are station wagons and can take 4-5 passengers comfortably.
Booking Taxis via Taxi Apps
I have not tried this option before but I have read that you can secure metered taxis by booking them via Kuala Lumpur taxi booking apps e.g. “Easy Taxi” or “MyTeksi”. The apps claim that their drivers are certified safe and all will use taxi-meters. The apps will also allow you to call the driver directly and you can apparently also track him real-time on a map.
Paying a Service Fee for Guarantee of Metered Taxis
This whole hassle of trying to find a taxi who agrees to use their taxi meters had spun out an interesting industry. At Berjaya Times Square, we encounter this taxi queue which guarantees you metered taxis but only if you pay them a service fee of RM 2 so your total taxi fare will be metered fare + RM 2.
You pay the RM 2 direct to a counter nearby which will then issue you a receipt. It doesn’t matter what your destination is.
You will be issued with a receipt which you can show to the taxi usher who will wave in a taxi for you – interestingly, it appears that all the taxis in this queue are executive taxis so expect quite high metered charges. I don’t quite like the idea of a major shopping centre like Berjaya Times Square condoning the implementation of such a service (it seems a bit of a shady practice) but at least you buy a peace of mind for quite a small fee.
One thing to note though (as indicated in the signboard above) is that if the taxi eventually refuses to use the meter, you can only complain to the Land Public Transport Commission – apparently the counter is not responsible if that happens – sort of defeats the purpose of providing this service in the first place.
Booking Taxis via Websites
To get back to LCCT, we booked a taxi via this website – www.taxilcctairport.com for RM 74 – the fare quoted on the website for a taxi from Bukit Bintang (where Grand Millennium Hotel is located) to LCCT. As I didn’t have a local SIM card and being mindful of expensive roaming charges, I contacted the number provided on the website via Whatsapp using the hotel Wi-Fi. I arranged the taxi in the morning at around 10.30am and I received a confirmation of my booking by 12 noon (after a few to and fro Whatsapp on the details of the pick-up). The taxi arrived on time and I paid RM 74 upon arrival at LCCT.
By doing a Google search, you can find many other similar taxi booking websites. I cannot guarantee the reliability of the taxi booking website I provided above but I had a good experience during the one time I travelled with their taxi service to the airport.
Regardless of the mode by which you secure your taxis – from coupon counters, taxi queues, taxi booking apps, taxi booking websites, there will always be some unscrupulous taxi driver who don’t play by the rules so don’t be complacent and exercise common sense when taking taxis in foreign countries especially if you are travelling alone.
James P.29 January, 2014 at 11:39 pm
Great specific advice for arriving in KL! Not enough travelers think to document and chronicle the best way to arrive and avoid scams on their trips. I’d like to see more people do this.
Wayne Wilson10 February, 2014 at 1:40 pm
This is a great guide on the taxis at KL. I have learned new things, I didn’t know that you can book a taxi in a website.
Sandra Friedrich27 March, 2014 at 8:03 pm
Thanks for this tip!
I will travel to Malaysia this weekend, for the formula 1 f1 Grand Prix in Sepang and this will be very useful!
Vicky Hartman4 October, 2014 at 11:51 pm
Your comments on travels in Phuket and Kuala Lumpur were extremely interesting. I learned a lot from you and I want to thank you for taking your time to teach the public what to expect and how you saw some places.
Your descriptions of places were so much more real than what some travel sites give you. Thanks again, Vicky
Zhiqiang & Tingyi5 October, 2014 at 3:38 pm
thank you so much for your comments. I am glad that what we wrote helped you in your trip planning 🙂
Vandy25 October, 2014 at 10:17 am
Thanks for sharing! I’m going to try the website u intro for my family trip in KL this dec.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi27 October, 2014 at 3:23 pm
Hazette AK14 November, 2014 at 10:48 pm
Thanks for the tips! I’m going KL this weekend after not been there for at least 15 years.
Your guide is useful!
Les7 December, 2014 at 7:41 pm
Great tips and advice for taxis and street food vendors!
Any chance you would know best places for dim sum or yum cha in KL?
Best blogs I have seen on KL by the way!
Zhiqiang & Tingyi11 December, 2014 at 3:11 pm
Hi Les – thanks for your comments. Unfortunately, we didnt have time to check out dim sum/yum cha places in KL. I recommend the following places for food in KL though – http://www.passportchop.com/asia/malaysia/imbi-market-kuala-lumpur-popiah-hainan-tea/ and http://www.passportchop.com/asia/malaysia/top-kuala-lumpur-hawker-food/
Les11 December, 2014 at 7:10 pm
Thank you, will check out where you advise.
Lisa Tonkint19 January, 2015 at 7:16 pm
The taxi counter at Sentral is a sham. On arrival told there was 30-45 minute wait for ‘budget’ taxi so had to get the ‘premier’. I far I’ve been waiting in line for the Premier for 30 minutes and there’s still five people in front of me. Meanwhile there are more than 20 taxis sitting idle behind is. These are red taxis and I’m assuming budget since not as nice as ones arriving at our line. I won’t be going to the taxi counter again. It’s a sham!!!
Zhiqiang & Tingyi19 January, 2015 at 9:38 pm
Hi Lisa – Thanks for sharing! I heard that those taxi counters at Sentral are the worst
alishabrown26 January, 2015 at 12:22 pm
The above post about the Tips to Avoid Kuala Lumpur Taxi Scams and Know Difference between Budget & Executive Taxis, is quite impressive one because you can not have all and all services from a single taxi service. So, you need to take care of the services you want to adhere from the taxi service you are about to get in touch with.
Rudi11 February, 2015 at 3:22 pm
Great tips, I am going to KL this friday. From KLIA2 (LCCT) to Kuala Lumpur is beter using taxi rather than KLIAexpress right? But I’ll arrived at 23.25, do you think the taxi coupon still open?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi11 February, 2015 at 3:36 pm
Sorry Rudi – when I went to KL last time, it was LCCT – now that KLIA2 has open, things might have changed so i can’t advise on this.
Rudi12 February, 2015 at 5:55 am
Oh, allright then.
Thank you for the articles and info 🙂
Melody16 May, 2015 at 5:29 pm
Hi, is it recommended for 6 people to take the family cab? Or is it not worth the money?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi17 May, 2015 at 9:04 pm
6 adults definitely can’t squeeze into the budget taxi. So it is either 2 budget taxis or 1 executive taxi. If based on metered fare and travelling short distance within KL, 1 executive taxi might be more worth it
taxiind2 July, 2015 at 3:17 am
its good . Great specific advice for arriving in KL! Not enough travelers think to document and chronicle the best way to arrive and avoid scams on their trips.
Al8 July, 2015 at 1:44 pm
Hi, Thank you very much for the info. I am going to pass through Kuala. I shall come to the airport and I have to go to Puduraya Busstation. I have with me 3 pieces of 20 kilos bags but they are not so big as a suitcase. Can I take them on the bus to Sentral from the airport for 9 ringit. Than it must be impossible to find a taxi from Sentral to Puduraya what I hear. Than it should be the best to take a MIJ taxi direct to Puduraya from the Airport for maybe 70-80 ringit, Am I correct ? Thousands of thanks in adwance.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi13 July, 2015 at 10:39 pm
I am sorry I can’t advise on this. With 60 kg of luggage, i suggest taking a taxi and if you find it challenging to get a cab, you can consider one of those cab hailing apps like Uber or Grabtaxi.
cynthia24 July, 2015 at 1:51 am
Hello, thank you for the details.
I am traveling to KL soon, its my first time and im kinda confused.
Are the red taxis (Budget taxi) the ones that we should take to reach our destination?
Do you have any idea how much should i pay from the airport to Pacific Express Hotel Central Market?
Looking forward hearing from you ^^
Zhiqiang & Tingyi24 July, 2015 at 11:04 am
yes – take the red taxis if you have less than 5 persons and not a lot of luggage. According to this: http://www.taxiautofare.com/my/taxi-fare/Kuala%20Lumpur-taxi-fare-from-Central-Market-to-KLIA – it seems to cost 56 RM by taxi and cheaper (around 30 RM) by UberX. You can sign up for Uber here: https://www.uber.com/invite/uberpassportchop – to find out more on Uber, see: http://www.passportchop.com/travel-articles/ubertaxi-singapore-review-promo-code/
Stewart6 September, 2015 at 4:32 am
Very informative .. but I kind of lost track of all the information. 😉
I am arriving via EVA Airlines in October. Arrival time 2 pm – ish. By the time I clear custom will be 3 pm; I guess. And it is a Friday noon. Major traffic jam? I will be staying at One World hotel in Petaling Jaya. Please give me some advice about taking a taxi from KLIA to One World, such as where to buy taxi voucher, $2 surcharge applicable, how much, and any other information. Thanks.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi6 September, 2015 at 4:34 pm
Go to the airport taxi coupon counter (it is usually located just outside the baggage collection area) and you will be able to purchase a fixed fare taxi ride from airport to wherever you need to go.
Stewart7 October, 2015 at 6:50 am
RidNoor23 September, 2015 at 12:56 pm
You can go to the budget meter taxi (red color signage) and purchase a RM2.00 coupon .. In line with the budget meter taxi queue , you can see toffee white taxi with the name TEKS1M on the rooftop ..
Mrs Haider28 September, 2015 at 4:43 pm
I intend to take a flight home from KL to Singapore Via Air Asia
Can I book a taxi from Jalan Ampang to the airport.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi29 September, 2015 at 6:10 am
yes you can – try Grabteksi or Uber
Albert1 December, 2015 at 4:37 pm
Go to the airport taxi coupon counter (it is usually located just outside the baggage collection area) and you will be able to purchase a fixed fare taxi ride from airport to wherever you need to go.
JOHN MASON7 December, 2015 at 11:04 pm
Hi,great article.We will be arriving in Kuala Lumpur in April 2016,2 adults with 2 large suitcases,do you think we will be ok in a budget taxi.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi7 December, 2015 at 11:20 pm
yes – a budget taxi will be able to take 2 adults with 2 large suitcases – that’s what we did
Moa Ramini11 February, 2016 at 6:34 am
until now the best information yet. i just have a question, can you send me your trip plan at the time? the places you went to or the best places to visit and so on. would be lovely to get that info from a person who knows best or have been there before.
Sunny15 February, 2016 at 2:46 am
Hi guys, firstly thnx for such a nice & informative blog. Cheers 🙂
I have a question of my own, appreciate if you could advice us.
We are a family of 8 Adults & 3 kids arriving at KLIA2 via AirAsia noon time with approx 8 cabin bags (55cm). So, does a 12 seater taxi work economical ? And if so, where & how to we book this big capacity taxi ? Or do we take a bus to KL city ?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi18 February, 2016 at 10:33 pm
seems like they have a budget van – i am not sure of the capacity. You might have to split up the group – you can book the taxi at the taxi coupon counter when you exit the airport immigration clearance area
Ashwani13 March, 2016 at 12:51 am
Thanks for such a useful information. Me arriving KLIA2 by Air Asia at 7 AM on 5th April and have 8 hours for next flight.
I wish to visit KLCC. How far it is and Is it possible to visit and come back from city center with in 4 hours.
Taxi or rapid train which is more suitable for travel between 8 AM to 12AM ?
I shall be grateful if you guide.
Thanks once again.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi19 March, 2016 at 11:00 pm
If you have only 4 hours and you are arriving at 8am to 12 noon – then avoid taxi because you will be caught in traffic jams during morning peak hours
Gunter28 April, 2016 at 10:25 pm
Thanks for this very helpfull informations.I already thought taxi could be cheaper for three persons as the express train.
Now i know how it works with coupon Taxis, I already have read about.
Michael Kentish1 May, 2016 at 2:33 pm
Thanks for the article. 2 of us arrived at KLIA2 and got the pre-paid taxi from the counter no problem (RM 75 to Seri Pacific Hotel, near the Putra World Trade Centre).
We tried http://www.taxilcctairport.com for the return and they were comunicative via email, but moved the pick up time by 20 minutes and then didn’t show up at all.
Fortunately the hotel quickly got us a taxi for RM 100
Steve26 May, 2016 at 12:01 pm
Hi Guys, I have a party of 4 adults arriving late evening on 1st June, with approximately 5 baggages. Would it be cheaper to arrange 2 x budget taxis or 1 x Executive taxi. We are staying at the Renaissance Hotel, Ampang.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi28 May, 2016 at 9:51 pm
check with the taxi counter – they will be able to advise you on the price difference
rajendra29 May, 2016 at 7:28 pm
Thanks , this is vary useful advise for first time travelers. we are 4 persons with 3 bags total 35 kg. we need taxi from KLIA to Hotel Ramada Plaza, tun sambanthan, pls advise the approx. fare and the type of taxi.
Judy21 June, 2016 at 10:20 am
Hi – your information is very good…2 years ago we caught the airport train into KL Sentral and then purchased a coupon for taxi to take us to the Novotel…$10 MR – dont know how it happened but we ended up paying the driver $73MR which was on the meter…our return journey to KL Central was a flat rate of $20 which we were happy with as it was a holiday and quite busy…we are going again in August so think we will just stay at the Aloft Hotel for a night and then get a taxi the next day to the Pullman.
malcolm Cox29 June, 2016 at 9:54 pm
What a fantastic blog……..it is by luck that I came across your most helpful information…..
We will arrive in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday 12.35am from the Phillipenes, so need to get to The Royal Chulan hotel in Times Square. I have read your blog, and advice, but arriving in the early hours, is there any further advice to take in?
Again, great advice, thank you in advance……Malcolm Cox
Zhiqiang & Tingyi30 June, 2016 at 2:37 pm
No further advice. Buy a taxi coupon from the airport
malcolm Cox29 June, 2016 at 11:29 pm
Also……..I have heart the words Road Toll mentioned…..do we have to pay a road toll as well going to Times Square?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi30 June, 2016 at 2:36 pm
Malcolm30 June, 2016 at 4:42 pm
Thank you again for a great service…..I booked my taxi and the cost for 2 of us with carry on luggage to The Royale Chulan Hotel in Times Square is 74.30 MYR, + 35 MYR = 109.30 MYR as it s 2am arrival…..so a fair price. That is £20.00 in UK pounds or 1263 peso in Philippine pesos…
We are landing at KLIA (2) and the taxi is from either terminal….
great service, and thanks again…regards..Malcolm
Phil3 July, 2016 at 1:48 pm
Very helpful advice. Thank you
Nida Shahid17 July, 2016 at 6:40 pm
Just wanted to ask you if the budget taxi can carry 4 people with 2 small bags.
Zhiqiang & Tingyi18 July, 2016 at 10:36 am
it will be a squeeze depending on how big size the 4 persons are.
Solina19 July, 2016 at 1:24 pm
We have a group of 4 arriving KL airport at 10:40 pm. Is the taxi counter still open before 12 noon? I would like a budget taxi as we only have one hand carry bag. I need to go Hotel 99 KL, 44A – 44B, Jalan Pudu.
Maznah29 July, 2016 at 10:22 pm
I will reach KLIA Airport
on this coming Friday roughly around 2230 hrs . Is the taxi counter still open? And how much the taxi fare from the KLIA Aiport to Shangri la Hotel ? Thank u
NH15 October, 2016 at 7:36 pm
This is very informative, thank you so much.
We 2 persons from Europe will arrive in january 2017 at Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 22.00 hours. Two suitcases en 2 carry-one luggage. As we take the taxi just before midnight, do we have to pay the normal tariff plus EXTRA voor night-tariff ? We intend to book a budget taxi to our hotel in Bukit Bintang. Do you know what the fare-price is at this moment ?
Bryan23 October, 2016 at 9:01 pm
Great page. Very useful advice. We are a family of 5 (2 adults + 3 young kids) and will be visiting KL in December arriving 9PM. Which taxi service do you recommend to bring us from KLIA to Bukit Bintang area?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi25 October, 2016 at 9:09 pm
you need a big taxi – the Executive type – you will also have quite a few luggage. Check at the taxi counter to confirm – they will be able to advise – i am not sure how big your kids are.
ak30 December, 2016 at 5:53 am
What about the bus service? How convenient is it to take bus from KLIA to KL sentral?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi31 December, 2016 at 10:01 am
i havent tried it before
Leanne23 February, 2017 at 11:50 am
I tried the bus last year, it was good, RM10 per person one-way, the bus pick-up was right in front Exit of KLIA2, I think no one can miss that. Once the bus is full, it leaves. The buses get filled up pretty fast, i waited about 10 mins. I can’t remember if one can pay on the spot, Don’t worry about seat allocation, i grew suspicious at one stage, and asked the redbus hotline if the bus service was real or running since the whole bus seem empty as i could literally click and choose any seat I wanted, none was occupied. So it turned out that no one followed the seat number, just pick any available seat upon boarding.
The ticket controller was present to check the printed ticket before boarding.
The journey took 1 hour 5 mins, arrived at KL Sentral, same building as the KLIA EXPRESS TRAIN, from there one can buy a coupon from taxi counter to reach any destination in town, and I headed to ETS platform to catch my train to Ipoh, which cost RM35 one way. So the journey cost me RM 45 instead of RM 55+RM 35 by KLIA EXPRESS Train or by flight RM 1000 ( Pre-CNY period ).
F.Khan31 December, 2016 at 9:29 am
Great recommendation. !
Thank you for the tips. As someone who had been to KL a couple of times , I feel these these tips are priceless.
Raf9 January, 2017 at 7:22 pm
Hi I’ve got a flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka. I’m traveling with my six years old sun. We’ve 12 hours lay over in klia. During this lay over time we want to have quick look to few attractions of kuala Lumur city. Is there any budget taxi available which can take us from airport to the city and some places and get back to the airport again?
RD24 March, 2017 at 6:58 pm
Hi, We are a family of 6 but as four are only children we squeeze happily into a taxi sedan. However will the taxi driver allow this? Are there any rules (offical or unofficial) regarding how many passengers a taxi may take? Thanks
Zhiqiang & Tingyi24 March, 2017 at 9:37 pm
it depeds on the taxi driver. As the budget taxi is very small, they will likely not allow that as it will be quite a squeeze
Shiranthi11 April, 2017 at 1:45 am
Hi my daughter has to travel from KUL airport to International Medical University. As she will be travelling alone I would be thankful if you could advise the best way to get a safe airport taxi. She will have 1 bag ( 30 kg ) and 1 hand liggage
Thank you in advance
Tax22 May, 2017 at 6:54 pm
Nice blog article…
Veronica14 June, 2017 at 12:03 am
Hi. I’m Travelling with in a group of 5 adults in KL this wk. could you advise which taxi is suitable for us? Can the premier taxi take 5 passenger?
Zhiqiang & Tingyi16 June, 2017 at 6:29 pm
yes – premier taxi is best.
Veronica14 June, 2017 at 12:04 am
Oops sorry. Forgot to mention we are Travelling from KLIA2 to hotel near kl Sentral
Thomas22 August, 2017 at 5:50 pm
Great post! Have nice day ! 🙂
Thomas23 October, 2017 at 2:04 pm
Great post! Have nice day ! 🙂 accwt
Hotlin4 November, 2017 at 1:26 am
Great and nice post ……
KK20 November, 2017 at 3:52 pm
Great post. Very useful for first–timers like us.
We are a group of 8 adults plus 2 kids. Are there any taxis to accomodate all of us?
Will there be queue to buy coupon in the airport?
Our hotel is in Bukit Bintang.
How long and how much will it be approx?
Generally, for city tour, is it possible to hail a taxi for 10 of us or do we need to prebook?
Thanks and regards,
Shahul Hameed3 May, 2018 at 2:17 pm
This post is really informative and useful. Thank you very much for sharing this.
Marcelo12 June, 2018 at 7:29 am
Thank you! Very useful information.
hussein30 August, 2018 at 5:33 am
can you please tell me how much will it cost from airport to our hotel Berjaya times square In kuala lumpur taxi
2=penang air port to our hotel bayview hotel George town
3=Langkawi to holiday inn villa beach resort
taxi from air port to our hotels
hussein26 September, 2018 at 11:40 am
how much will a taxi cost from airport k/L to Berjaya times squre