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Transportation options from KLIA to Muar

by pannam1 Online Now Oct 31, 2011 at 8:45 PM

Hello,




Does anyone know how much a taxi fare is from KLIA airport to Muar city?

Is there a train from the airport? How about a bus? I'm sure there are buses from Kuala Lumpur, but as the airport is south of the city, any good options from there? Thanks for any advice

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    Re: Transportation options from KLIA to Muar

    by semper.max Online Now Oct 31, 2011 at 10:07 PM

    Take a bus to Seremban from KLIA and from there get a bus to Muar.

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  • Re: Transportation options from KLIA to Muar

    by iwannahavefuns Online Now Nov 1, 2011 at 11:13 PM

    KLIA-KL Sentral, MYR35 (train)

    KL Sentral - Hang Tuah Bus terminal estimated MYR10 (taxi)

    Bus Terminal - Muar estimated MYR25 (coach)

    try "KKKL" or "Transnational" coach. These 2 buses are more reliable.

    or as alternative u can cater for a cab from KLIA to Muar. always check the price with the counter.

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    Re: Transportation options from KLIA to Muar

    by limkahwan Online Now Nov 4, 2011 at 5:01 AM

    Yes, I fully agree with Semper.max. It's a good advice.

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  • Re: Transportation options from KLIA to Muar

    by mahstalleh Online Now Aug 19, 2012 at 4:56 PM

    A budget taxi from KLIA to Muar town centre currently costs RM218 including road tolls. They will usually join the N-S highway at Nilai which saves them about RM1, but costs them about RM5 more in fuel, most taxi drivers not being skilled cost accountants.

    You should also be aware that (1) you'll probably have a short wait in the taxi queue until they find someone who's prepared to drive to Muar (Malaysian taxi drivers operate on the weird premise that they, rather than the passenger, ought to select the destination) and (2) you'll certainly have a diversion at Ayer Keroh whilst the taxi tops up with LPG, as there is no LPG service station anywhere in the district of Muar whereas there are two within a kilometre of one another between the Ayer Keroh toll and Melakka. This is an example of Malaysian (Petronas) planning.
    The journey typically takes about 2.5 hours.

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