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Tanie loty z Kota Kinabalu do Kuala Lumpur

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Informacje o lotach Kota Kinabalu – Kuala Lumpur

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Dystrykt Kota Kinabalu(BKI) ⇒ Kuala Lumpur(KUL)

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Dystrykt Kota Kinabalu(BKI) ⇒ Kuala Lumpur(KUL)

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Rozkład lotów z Kota Kinabalu do Kuala Lumpur

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

02:30

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Malaysia Airlines

05:35

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Emirates

07:10

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09:35

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Firefly

07:25

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Malindo Air

08:00

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10:35

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

08:40

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

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Emirates

09:55

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12:25

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Malaysia Airlines

10:05

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

10:35

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

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Malindo Air

11:25

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

11:40

BKI

14:15

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

11:45

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14:15

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Emirates

12:05

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14:30

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Malaysia Airlines

12:10

BKI

14:35

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

12:30

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15:00

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

12:35

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15:10

KUL

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

12:45

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15:25

KUL

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Emirates

13:10

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15:35

KUL

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Malaysia Airlines

13:15

BKI

15:45

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

13:20

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15:50

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

13:55

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16:25

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Emirates

14:55

BKI

17:25

KUL

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

15:00

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Malaysia Airlines

15:10

BKI

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

15:20

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17:45

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Emirates

16:15

BKI

18:45

KUL

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Malaysia Airlines

16:35

BKI

19:10

KUL

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Flight Information from Kota Kinabalu (KK) to Kuala Lumpur (KL)

Kuala Lumpur, often known as KL by the locals, is the capital city of Malaysia. It is the gateway for many travellers visiting Peninsular Malaysia and is a favourite for its gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, countless dining options and shopping malls.

Documents Required For Entry

Although Kota Kinabalu (KK) and Kuala Lumpur (KL) are cities in the same country, these two cities are not located in the same geographical part of Malaysia. Kota Kinabalu is the capital city of Sabah, a state located in East Malaysia whereas Kuala Lumpur is located on the central west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The immigration processes for Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia are all separate and distinct from one another, each with its own specific requirements and processing times therefore; you will have to pass through immigration when travelling between Kota Kinabalu and Kuala Lumpur.

This means that you will require a valid passport/travel documents and relevant visas to enter Kuala Lumpur. All documents must be original and copies are not acceptable. Upon arrival, you will receive an entry passport stamp. If you are travelling on a foreign passport, this stamp does not extend your time in Malaysia and you still must leave the country within the timeframe you were initially given on your first entry. All visitors are required to complete an Arrival/Departure card, a Customs Declaration, and if required, a Travelers Declaration Form and Quarantine Form. For East Malaysians, a MyKad is sufficient for them to enter any cities in Peninsular Malaysia.

Distance & Flight Duration

The fastest way for you to reach any cities in Peninsular Malaysia is by flight since Peninsular Malaysia is located on the mainland and East Malaysia is located on the island of Borneo, separated by the South China Sea. According to Google, the distance between Kota Kinabalu and Kuala Lumpur is about 1,625 km. The flight duration from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur is approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes.

Airlines & Airports

You can easily book direct non-stop flights from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur via Malindo Airways, Malaysia Airlines, or AirAsia.

Depending on which airline you choose, your flight from Kota Kinabalu will depart from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) and arrive in Kuala Lumpur either at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2).

Earliest & Latest Flight Time

The earliest flight you can get to Kuala Lumpur from Kota Kinabalu is at 06:00, operated by Malaysia Airlines. It departs from KKIA and arrives at KLIA approximately at 08:25.

The latest flight you can get to Kuala Lumpur from Kota Kinabalu is at 21:45, operated by Malaysia Airlines. It departs from KKIA and arrives at KLIA approximately at 00:10 (past midnight).

Airfares & Flight Tickets

The cost of a one-way Economy flight ticket from Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur can be as low as RM 149 or as high as RM 1,284, depending on the airline, current sales and season. Flight tickets tend to be higher during public holidays and festive seasons.

For example, prices are generally high during Chinese New Year in January/February, March school holiday period, mid-year school holidays, Hari Raya Aidilfitri period, year-end school holidays and Christmas/New Year period.

Getting To The City Centre From The Airport

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is Malaysia’s main international airport and one of the biggest airports in Southeast Asia and worldwide. It is approximately 57 km from Kuala Lumpur city centre. Both KLIA and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) are two terminals in the same area, separated by a 2 km distance. You can get to the city centre from KLIA or klia2 through various ways:

1. Shuttle Services

Taking a shuttle bus from the airport is the cheapest way to get to the city centre. You can choose to board the KLIA Airport Coach from KLIA at RM 10.00 per trip or the Skybus from klia2 at RM 11.00 per trip.

Airport Coach starts operating its services daily from KLIA at 06:00 am until the last bus at 00:30 whereas Skybus’ first bus from klia2 starts at 05:00 and the last bus is at 02:45.

Since KLIA and klia2 are located near each other, the travel time by bus is almost the same. It takes approximately 1 hour and the drop-off point for these buses is usually at KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur’s main transportation hub in the city.

2. KLIA Express Train

Although not the cheapest, KLIA Express is the fastest way to get to the city centre, with a direct non-stop journey to KL Sentral. Regardless of whether you are taking the train from KLIA or klia2, each adult ticket costs RM 55.00 and RM 25.00 for every child (aged 6 – 15 years old).

This is a great option for those who are traveling with lots of luggages and are in a hurry to reach the city centre. It takes approximately 28 minutes to reach the city and its operating hours is between 06:00 am to 11:10 pm daily.

3. KLIA Transit Train

KLIA Transit shares the same tracks as the KLIA Express Train and charges the same amount of ticket fare to get to KL Sentral. The only difference is that it makes a few stops before it reaches KL Sentral. This train is convenient for those who need to get off at the following stations; Salak Tinggi, Putrajaya & Cyberjaya and Bandar Tasik Selatan.

If you want a faster, non-stop train that goes directly to KL Sentral, look for the KLIA Express train schedule and be careful not to purchase the KLIA Transit train ticket instead.

4. Taxi / E-hailing Services

You can opt to take a taxi directly from KLIA or klia2 to the city centre. The airport taxis operate on a fixed fare system depending on your destination and will take approximately 50 minutes to reach the city centre.

Alternatively, you can also download e-hailing apps such as Grab Malaysia or MyCar. Usually, the fares on these e-hailing services would be cheaper than taking a regular taxi or an airport taxi.

5. Rent a Car

If you would like to drive a car throughout your trip, consider renting a car directly from Trip.com’s Car Rental Service page. You can choose to pick up your vehicle at either KLIA or klia2.

6. Airport Transfer

To save time and enjoy a peace of mind during your trip, you can also consider booking an airport transfer directly from Trip.com’s Airport Transfers page.

Best Time to Travel to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is generally warm throughout the year, with occasional rainy days all year round. If you like outdoor activities, the best time to visit Kuala Lumpur is from June to August and from December to January when the rainfall is relatively lesser than the rest of the year. Nevertheless, if you do experience rain during your trip, there are plenty of indoor activities such as a relaxing spa, visiting the aquarium, hanging out at the shopping malls, and taking some cooking classes to learn the recipe of traditional local cuisines.

In addition, tourists who visit Kuala Lumpur from December to January can enjoy the festive atmosphere as the capital city prepares to celebrate Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year in these months. You will experience roads, shops and shopping malls beautifully decorated along with festive performances and pop-up stalls offering special promotions and discounts.

Recommended Sightseeing Spots at Kuala Lumpur

1. Petronas Twin Towers

The most prominent attraction of Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world. Soaring to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88-storey twin structure is Kuala Lumpur's crown jewel since 1996.

Visitors can experience a panoramic view of the city from the Skybridge, a bridge that connects the two towers at 170 metres high, on the 41st floor of the towers. Visitors can also enjoy another 360-degree view over the city at the Observation Deck on the 86th floor.

2. KL Tower

Kuala Lumpur’s second iconic tower is none other than the KL Tower. Standing at 421 metres tall, it is the seventh tallest telecommunication tower in the world and the tallest in Southeast Asia. KL Tower offers an indoor Observation Deck, with a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur at 276 metres high. If you want a higher view, visit the open-air Sky Deck at 300 metres. Here you can also experience the Sky Box, where you can literally enter a ‘glass box’ that extends out from the Sky Deck ledge.

For those seeking adrenalin-rush activities, KL Tower is also known as the World’s Base-jump Center since 1999. KL Tower is the venue for urban base-jump event each year, one of the most thrilling and largest competitions of its kind.

3. Batu Caves

Batu Caves is one of Kuala Lumpur’s top tourist attractions. This 100-year-old temple is both a natural and man-made wonder; with natural limestone that is said to have been around for 400 million years and man-made majestic statues that were erected inside the main caves and around it.

Batu Caves is located approximately 11 km to the north from Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is considered an important religious landmark by the Hindus and is the main venue during the Thaipusam festival, attracting thousands of devotees and visitors each year.

4. Shopping

Shoppers would love the endless shopping options in Kuala Lumpur. Some of the large and popular shopping malls not to be missed are Pavilion KL, Suria KLCC Mall, Mid Valley Megamall and Bukit Bintang shopping district. Retailers and mall operators would usually offer shopping discounts and promotions in the months of March, August and December.

When it comes to bargain hunting, the most popular shopping area is Petaling Street Market in Chinatown. This well-known market is a shopper’s paradise and a foodie’s galore with hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of cheap products and delicious food. It becomes lively and vibrant after dark, making it one of the most happening night markets in the city.

Basic Information on Kuala Lumpur

1. Getting Around

Getting around Kuala Lumpur is easy. You can use the widely available public transport such as the Monorail/MRT/LRT rail network, Komuter trains, taxis or public buses. You can also download e-hailing apps such as Grab Malaysia or MyCar and travel worry-free within the city. Alternatively, you can also rent a car or a motorcycle. However, always ensure that you have the proper driving licence requirements and documentations before you rent any vehicle.

2. Language

Being the capital city, majority of the locals in Kuala Lumpur are well-versed in English as the language is widely used, despite the national and official language being Bahasa Malaysia (Malay). So do not worry about not knowing any local phrases or words. It is, however, recommended to learn basic Malay if you are heading towards any rural areas. Like other countries in the world, speaking at least some local phrases or attempting to learn the language will be appreciated by the locals.

3. Religion

One of the major religious community in Kuala Lumpur is Muslim. Therefore, like any place in Malaysia, it is important to remember some of the do’s and dont’s while touring the country. As a foreigner, you do not have to dress in traditional clothing. However, it is advisable to avoid wearing revealing clothes to avoid unwanted attention. When visiting religious places such as mosques and temples, it is highly recommended to dress modestly. Removing your shoes is also required before entering these holy places. You must also know that non-Muslims are not allowed to enter a mosque during prayer time although it is okay to stand outside and look around.

4. Tipping

Tipping is not mandatory as service charges are usually included in the bills. Generally, the service charge rate is around 10%. However, although tipping is not expected, any extra tipping from foreigners to the services provided by the locals will often be greatly appreciated.

5. Safety

Residents in Kuala Lumpur are generally known to be easy-going and friendly towards tourists. Nevertheless, it is advisable to avoid unnecessary exposure of valuable and expensive items in crowded areas. Like any other tourist spots, petty crimes, such as pick pocketing or bag snatching may happen therefore always exercise caution on your valuables.

6. Smoking

Working towards a smoke-free generation in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur adhere strongly to the laws to establish more smoke-free zones. Smoking is strictly prohibited in public transportation, all eateries, government buildings, airports, entertainment centres, theatres, elevators and other public spaces. Any violation in this act can be treated as a punishable offense with a fine or jail.

7. Drinking Water

The water from the tap is not for direct consumption, even if the water is from the bathroom faucet in your hotel room. You are encouraged to purchase bottled water. In addition, when you purchase any bottled water, make sure that the seal is not broken. Inspect these seals before making any purchases from a local store.

*Disclaimer: Note that the information above is for reference only and may be subject to changes. We hold no responsibility in any inaccurate information stated above. We strongly advise that all travellers coming into Malaysia to check the latest entry requirements/visas from the Immigration Department of Malaysia and the latest flight details from the relevant airlines.

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