- 1 Where can I sleep in Kuala Lumpur Airport?
- 2 What can you do on a long layover in Kuala Lumpur?
- 3 How do I get from KLIA to hotel?
- 4 Can I visit Kuala Lumpur during layover?
- 5 Where can I sleep in KLIA 2?
- 6 How many terminals does Kuala Lumpur airport have?
- 7 Do I need a visa for layover in Kuala Lumpur?
- 8 Can we sleep at airport?
- 9 Can I go out from airport during layover?
- 10 Can I visit Malaysia without visa?
- 11 How far is Petronas Towers from airport?
- 12 How do I get a transit visa for Malaysia?
Where can I sleep in Kuala Lumpur Airport?
Where to sleep in Kuala Lumpur International airport of Malaysia
- Terminals of KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International airport in Malaysia)
- Places to sleep in Kuala Lumpur International airport.
- Nap cabins or sleeping pods in Kuala Lumpur airport: the Rest N Go lounge.
- Airside transit hotel in Kuala Lumpur airport.
- Airside transit hotel in KLIA2.
What can you do on a long layover in Kuala Lumpur?
If you have a longer layover you may like to go into Kuala Lumpur and see the major sights.
Places you might like to consider seeing include:
- Petronas Twin Towers.
- The Royal Museum (Old Istana Negara)
- Perdana Botanical Garden.
- Menara KL Tower.
- Merdeka Square.
- Thean Hou Buddhist Temple.
- Central Market.
How do I get from KLIA to hotel?
The Tune Hotel klia2 is about 8 mins walk from the Departure Hall at the klia2, and it is connected to Gateway@klia2 mall by covered walkway. To go to the hotel, exit the arrivals terminal after customs checkpoint and keep left. Follow signs towards BUS / TAXI. Then turn left to take the LIFT TO CARPARK B to Level P3.
Can I visit Kuala Lumpur during layover?
The short answer is YES! Of course you can, provided you have a valid Malaysian visa or are eligible for visa on arrival. Depending on how long your Kuala Lumpur layover is, you may decide to visit the large shopping mall right next to the airport, or head into the city.
Where can I sleep in KLIA 2?
At the klia2, If you need a night-stay or a short nap before your next flight, you can easily find hotel room located inside the klia2 terminal or just short walking distance to the terminal. The Tune Hotel klia2 and the Capsule by Container Hotel are the favourite choices of many passengers.
How many terminals does Kuala Lumpur airport have?
The airport is part of the KLIA Aeropolis, and is made up of two main terminals; the original terminal, KLIA Main and the new terminal 2, also known as klia2.
Do I need a visa for layover in Kuala Lumpur?
The Transit Visa is issued to foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia on transit to other countries. Foreign nationals on transit without leaving the airport premises and who continue their journey to the next destination with the same flight do not require a transit visa.
Can we sleep at airport?
Generally, sleeping in the airport is safe as long as you take normal precautions that one should expect to do when sleeping in public places. While we have never received any reports of attacks against airport sleepers, there have been a few bum fondlings. You can sleep on the plane the next morning.
Can I go out from airport during layover?
For most layovers, you can leave the transit area (and airport) in between flights, as long as you have a visa (if necessary) and go through customs and immigration on the way out, and of course you’ll have to pass through security again on your way back into the airport.
Can I visit Malaysia without visa?
You do not need a visa if you are coming for business or tourism for 90 days or less. Immigration officials will place an entry stamp, known as a social visit pass (visa), in your passport authorizing a stay of up to 90 days.
How far is Petronas Towers from airport?
The distance between Petronas Towers and Kuala Lumpur Airport (KUL) is 45 km. The road distance is 59.1 km. How do I travel from Petronas Towers to Kuala Lumpur Airport (KUL) without a car?
How do I get a transit visa for Malaysia?
Applying for a Malaysian Transit Visa in person
Download the Malaysia visa application form from the embassy/consulate’s website (if available) or the official website of the Immigration Department of Malaysia. Complete the application form. Gather the required documents. Pay the visa fee.