Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
50088 Kuala Lumpur
Arriving in Kuala Lumpur
KL has an advanced and well-connected transportation infrastructure. So whether you choose to fly in with Malaysia Airlines or take a ride on any of the transnational buses, getting into KL is easy. While you are here, as KL is the national transportation hub, you can take advantage of KL's network to see the rest of Malaysia and the world.
Flying into KL would be the most preferable option as it is fast and convenient. The airports have the capacity to adequately serve the needs of all air travelers, ensuring that getting in and out of the city is smooth and swift. There are three gateway airports that will lead you directly to KL: the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) and the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (also known as Subang Skypark).
There are many ways to travel into KL by land. You can either take the bus, train or drive a car and enjoy the scenic views that the country has to offer. Travelling on the road in Malaysia is safe and most transportation services are comfortable and reliable.
All passenger sea vessels berth at the Port Klang Cruise Centre (PKCC), a dedicated passenger cruise terminal located at Westport, Port Klang.
To provide comfort for travelers, this terminal is modern and equipped with various facilities and amenities including link bridges for embarkation and disembarkation, covered walkways connecting the wharf side and terminal, ATMs, foreign exchange counters, restaurants, souvenir and gift shops, and duty free outlets. Ample parking space is also available for cars and buses. Access to and from the city centre is either by KTM Komuter (station stops at Port Klang) or by taxi. It takes about an hour, on road, to reach KL from Port Klang. For travelers with more than 5 hours of layover here, it is highly recommended that you visit KL and its main attractions.
Getting to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
If you are in a taxi or a chauffeured car, approach the Convention Centre along Jalan Pinang and turn left into the Main Entrance (second turn after the Mandarin Oriental Hotel) for drop off.
If you are driving, here are your parking options:
- Take the first left after the Mandarin Oriental Hotel from Jalan Pinang up the ramp to access the car park at the Centre’s basement.
- Park at the KLCC Suria car park and exit to the Concourse level Centre Court. Make your way past Cold Storage to the Guardian Pharmacy where there is a covered walkway through to the Centre. Take the elevator to the Ground Floor where you will be directed to the Registration area.
Take the Light Rail Transit (LRT), Kelana Jaya Line to the KLCC Station. Turn left after exiting the turnstiles and walk through the Suria KLCC shopping centre Concourse level to the Centre Court. Turn left and make your way past Cold Storage to the Guardian Pharmacy where there is a covered walkway through to the Centre. Take the elevator to the Ground Floor where you will be directed to the Registration area.
From the Suria KLCC shopping centre’s Concourse Level Centre Court, make your way past Cold Storage to the Guardian Pharmacy where there is a covered walkway through to the Centre. Take the elevator to the Ground Level of the Centre where you will be directed to the Registration area.
The Centre is also accessible for delegates and visitors via the air-conditioned Bukit Bintang-KLCC Link Bridge. The link bridge features entrance/exit at the Pavilion Mall (Bukit Bintang), Wisma Cosway, Jalan Perak and the Impiana KLCC Hotel with convenient exit escalators and staircases) located at the main entrance to the Centre. This air-conditioned link allows delegates and visitors to travel conveniently, comfortably and safely on foot.
Getting Around Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is a relatively accessible city with many ways to get around conveniently. There are three major rail networks within the city, a number of air-conditioned buses to all areas in the city, and a fleet of taxis that will take you anywhere you need to go. Nevertheless, the best way to experience the sights and sounds would be to go for a walk around town.
- KL Hop-on Hop-off – The best way to experience all of KL is via the KL Hop-on Hop-off city tour, more info visit website
- RapidKL Bus – Services 6 key areas of the Klang Valley with total of 165 routes with 5 types of bus services
- GoKL Bus – Free bus service, which operated by the Land Public Transport Commission Malaysia
- Premium taxi
- Budget taxi
- GrabCar Malaysia – Alternatively, use GrabCar for a quicker & a much more convenient way of getting taxis! In just two taps, you can get a taxi to pick up and send you to your next destination, more info visit website
- Train - The city is linked by rail with three major lines: The RapidKL LRT (Light Rail Transit), KL Monorail and KTM Komuter. The services are frequent, punctual and convenient, with feeder bus services from train services to designated areas.
- On foot - Taking the scenic route on foot around KL is a good way to explore the city. Travelers and shoppers in KL can enjoy safe and secured pedestrian walkways built specifically for their convenience and comfort.
For more information: http://www.visitkl.gov.my/visitklv2/index.php?r=column/ctwo&id=23