Public Transportation

Pudaraya Station

The Puduraya station also known to the local called Hentian Puduraya is the oldest main bus station terminus in Kuala Lumpur. The bus terminus was officially open by the late former Prime Minister Tun Hussein Onn in 1976.

The terminal bus provided transits bus to all over Peninsula Malaysia and as far as Thailand and Singapore. Do check out the local public holiday’s calendar to avoid the human traffic flow that can be quite hectic. Avoid the approach of illegal tout that are operated out side the Terminal area beside that they normally sell over price ticket compare the normal ticket prices inside.

East side of Malaysia has less developed transportation network. Most of the major cities there rely on air routes.

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Local Buses

Kuala Lumpur has two main bus companies; Metrobus and Rapid KL that operated around the city area and beyond Klang Valley boundaries like Subang Jaya, Sunway Pyramid,Shah Alam and etc.
For more information please check the website links.

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User-Friendly
Only Rapid KL buses are equipped with Volvo B7RLE low floor buses that operate mainly on Utama routes. Apart from that, there are no other disabled-friendly buses available.