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Malaysia Transportation

History of Transportation Malaysia

Malaysia is served by an excellent public transportation Malaysia. Once in the country you would always find transport available to you to even remote areas. Traveling by road in peninsula Malaysia is popular as it has well- developed network of roads. After Malaysia’s modernization has made travel here whether it's by plane, train, bus, taxi, or self-driven car easier and more convenient than ever. Malaysia Airlines has service to every major destination within the peninsula and East Malaysia, and now budget carrier AirAsia connects all major towns for cheap. Public transportation Malaysia has buses with a massive web of routes between every city and town. Train service up the western coast and out to the east provides even more options. For a unique travel offering the outstation taxi is available to and from every city on the peninsula. Public transportation Malaysia has made it convenient enough for tourists to plan to hop from city to city and not waste too much precious vacation time.

By and large, all the modes of transportation between cities are reasonably comfortable. Air travel can be the most costly of the alternatives, followed by outstation taxis, then buses and trains. Malaysia has one of the best transportation systems in the world. A well-linked network of transportation routes makes it possible to travel easily to and within Malaysia.

Public Transportation Malaysia

By Air: The main gateway to Malaysia is through the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at Sepang located approximately 50 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur. The Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang serves a few domestic and regional airlines. Car rental, bus and coach, taxi, limousine, and rail services into the city of Kuala Lumpur and neighboring towns are available at KLIA.
Other major international airports that serve as entry points in Malaysia are Penang, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, and Langkawi.
By Sea: Malaysia's largest modern seaport is Port Klang, located midway on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It has excellent harborage and is a major shipping and cargo terminal. Other seaports in Malaysia are in Penang and Langkawi, in the north of Peninsular Malaysia, Johor to the south, and Kuantan to the east.
By Road: Located 48 kilometers north of Alor Setar in the northern state of Kedah, Bukit Kayu Hitam is the main entry point into Malaysia for visitors from Thailand. Padang Besar in Malaysia's northern-most sate of Perlis serves as another entry point.

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