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Travelers must hold a valid passport or travel document with a minimum of six months beyond the intended period of visit. All passports and travel documents must be endorsed for travelling in Malaysia. Most nationalities do not need a visa for stays of fewer than two months in Malaysia. However, passports must be valid for six months beyond your date of departure. For more info please visit Ministry of Foreign Affairs website and check with your local consulate. If visa is needed, please ensure that your visa application is approved prior to your departure.
KLIA: The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (airport code: KUL) is an impressive, glass structure located about 31 miles south of the city. KLIA services most transcontinental flights into Malaysia, however, the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal, was added in 2006 to service budget flights around Malaysia and to other parts of Asia until KLIA2 opened.
KLIA2: The new KLIA2 terminal opened in May 2014 to replace LCCT as the main hub for budget carriers. The brand new terminal is located only two kilometers from the main KLIA site.
Subang Airport: Subang Airport (Airport code: SZB) was Kuala Lumpur's primary airport before the opening of KLIA in 1998. Today, the airport only services small planes mostly to island and vacation destinations around Malaysia such as Tioman and Langkawi. Subang Airport is the hub for the small budget airline Firefly, which flies as far as Koh Samui, Thailand; Medan, Indonesia; and Singapore.
Getting from/to KLIA
The shuttle bus runs between Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) Station and KLIA and vice versa. The first bus from KLIA leaves at 5.30am and the last bus is at 12.30am midnight. Further details can be found here