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Below you can see a map of LCCT. You can simply scroll through the map with your mouse. Use the markers on the left to. Map Legend. Manage account. Create new map. Open map. Shared with you. Report inappropriate. Unlock Secret Prices Sign up for our latest offers Hotels. Kuching is the biggest Malaysian city on Borneo and also the capital city of the state of Sarawak.

Optimal passenger flow has top priority at LCCT; the goal was to help lcvt passenger as fast as possible from their flight to the taxi vice versa. You will see a roundabout after seeing a mosque on your left. Kuching is a very popular tourist destination as it serves as entry point to numerous great attractions within the heart of Sarawak. Along with clct requisite airport facilities this no-frills airport is just one stretch of essential stores and a few restaurants scattered along the strip.

Avoid those suspicious, whispering touts if you are a foreigner. Malacca is one of the most popular tourist destinations within Malaysia. There is a taxi counter at KL Sentral so you do not have to haggle with the driver up front. Historical town of Malacca Malacca is one of the most popular tourist destinations within Malaysia. Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur 3. The downside of the SkyBus service is that the driver sometimes waits until there are enough passengers on board the bus lccg depart every 30 minutes.

KL International Airport 2. Parking at the open air car park in front of the airport is expensive, as with most airports. AirAsia singlehandedly gave local people the option to fly within Malaysia and later within Southeast Asia.

There are two taxi counters at LCCT; one at the domestic arrivals mmap one at the international arrivals. Previous Next 1 2 3 4 5. See our Taxi Service Listings for phone numbers. Everywhere that you look you will find places to eat; mmap claim the best local dishes in Malaysia originate from Malacca. Make sure you always arrive well in time at LCCT. Tickets can be purchased at the SkyBus booth in the arrival hall or at the curb beside the bus.

Insist on taking the direct route as there is no savings in fare or time for the passenger. The are daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to Kota Bharu, but you can also opt to take the bus or even the adventurous jungle train. Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral 4.

Use at your own risk. There is also a Plaza Premium Lounge located at the International Departure Hall 24h — RM88 where you can relax in a quiet area before your flight takes off. KLIA was still a pretty new airport; but it still was not build for the tremendous amount of domestic flights and passengers.

Taxis are adequate and operate on a pre-paid coupon system. You can just buy a taxi ticket at the taxi counter one at domestic arrival, and one at int. Because of this the government decided to build this new terminal mainly because of the great success of the low cost carrier AirAsia. The LCCT also operates a budget taxi service; rates vary according to the destination zones. No lccr on validity, completeness or accuracy given or implied. Hotels If you need to freshen up ldct your flight then the Plaza Premium Lounge — located at the International Lcxt Hall — is well equipped with basic business facilities, Internet access, massage services and shower room; these facilities will cost you approximately RM88 for two hours.

Just keep going jap after you pass the SIC race track on your left. Travelling time to and from the heart of the city is about one hour when there is no traffic congestion. This service is only available from AirAsia check in counters close 45 minutes before departure time. The shuttle bus pcct from the Shuttle Service Bay opposite of the domestic arrival hall. Shangri-La Hotel — Kuala Lumpur 4. Best to call for a radio cab in advance.

If you exit the airport from the domestic area you can walk directly to the massive Food Garden. There are numerous small shops at LCCT; for example a Coffee Bean, McDonalds, lunchrooms and shops were you can buy magazines, toiletries and many other small products.

There are no travellators or aerobridges but amenities such as fast food outlets and ATMs are available. Main attractions in the city are the many islamic museums, and also the day and night markets. The Puduraya shuttle service is available from. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.

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LCCT MAP PDF

After you pay the exit toll at the KLIA toll plaza, turn left after another 5. You will see a roundabout after seeing a mosque on your left. Keep going straight 12 o'clock. You will then reach a set of traffic lights. Do not panic! The LCCT is only another 5.

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Along with the requisite airport facilities this no-frills airport is just one stretch of essential stores and a few restaurants scattered along the strip. This no-frills airline would obviously have a utilitarian airport terminal; stores and restaurants are not as outrageously pricey as KLIA but things here are not exactly cheap either. If you need to grab some grub and shop after your flight, this is the stretch along the LCCT to do it. If you need to freshen up before your flight then the Plaza Premium Lounge — located at the International Departure Hall — is well equipped with basic business facilities, Internet access, massage services and shower room; these facilities will cost you approximately RM88 for two hours. Buses operate to a variety of destinations; simply head to the booth in the arrival hall, pick out your intended destination zone and purchase your tickets. Ticket prices vary accordingly; below are some of the most popular destinations from the LCCT. Tickets can be purchased at the SkyBus booth in the arrival hall or at the curb beside the bus.

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Below you can see a map of LCCT. You can simply scroll through the map with your mouse. Use the markers on the left to. Map Legend. Manage account. Create new map. Open map.

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