Taxi From Kuala Lumpur To Singapore

Overview of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is not only the capital of Malaysia but is a fantastic city to visit packed with steel-clad skyscrapers, historic monuments, mega-sized shopping malls, lush parks, trendy nightspots and busy street market. It is a popular attractions destination in Malaysia and offers delicious food mix of Asian cuisines and local delicacies. If you travel to Kuala Lumpur from other country, then you can take flight to Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2). KLIA2 is links to major airports around the world bring convenient for visitors travel to Kuala Lumpur by plane. The huge air hub is situated 60km south of the city and you can hop on buses, car, shuttle bus, taxi or train to reach downtown. Annual temperature is ranging from 22 to 34 degree Celsius.

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Things To Do in Kuala Lumpur

Getting around Kuala Lumpur is an inexpensive when you use LRT (Light Rail Transit) but some places cannot be reaching without taxi. Travelling using taxi can be expensive unless you are with a group.  Sometimes, heavy traffic jams in the city could cost you more. Travel around with bus could be least expensive, because of no routes, map or schedules are listed, then you don’t have idea when bus coming and where it’s going. So, make sure you find the right hotel provide the best location for your preferred activities.

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Kuala Lumpur has a lot of mega-sized shopping mall where you can find anything from handicrafts to electronics. Not to surprise that Mid Valley Megamall is the world biggest shopping mall in the world consists of 430 outlets, food courts and a Cineplex. It is enough for you to spend a day in this mall. If you don’t like indoor shopping, then you can head on over for outdoor bargain-hunting at Petalling Street (Chinatown). The roads are paved with food courts and stalks. It is the place where you can buy and bargain with assertive vendors for the price of watches, sunglasses, souvenirs, handbags as well as replica designer items.

You can visit Petronas Twin Tower where it is the famous landmark in Kuala Lumpur and once the world’s tallest buildings. You can visit the observation deck on 86th floor or walk on skybridge that connects two towers to view the Kuala Lumpur city. If you have time, you can head on to Batu Caves located approximately 25 minutes ride with KTM Komuter from Kuala Lumpur. It is a huge golden structure of Lord Murugan. You need to climb 272 concrete steps in order to reach the entrance. Besides that, you can visit Helipad Lounge of the Menara KH, where it is worth to enjoy a nice sunset and amazing panoramic view of KL city. And also not to be missed visit place is KL Bird Park where you experience watching melodic and colourful of 200 species of both local and foreign birds winging and perching freely. At the same time, you can relax in beautiful and natural landscaped surrounding.

Food To Eat in Kuala Lumpur

On any holiday, it is important to taste the local cuisine and delicacies. An apparent reflection of its population, the street food of Kuala Lumpur is predominantly a vivid mix of Chinese, Malay and Indian. There are a lot food you can try in Kuala Lumpur such as Ayam Percik, Kari Udang Galah (Curried Lobster), Bijian and many more. Stop by Old China Café near Petalling Street to try the Nyonya Laksa, a dish consist of noodles with tofu, prawn and boiled eggs in spicy coconut gravy. You can head to Ravi’s too to eat the Banana Leaf Rice, a dished consist  of  cucumber, fried salted dried chillies, papadum, rice and some vegetables. If you are grilled fish fans, then you can try ikan bakar at Kedai Kat Jat. Roti Canai also one of the favourites bread dish and cab be order at mamak stall in town. It is crispy and light with a slight sweetness. You can stop by at Kim Lian Kee near Petalling Street to eat Hokkien Mee. Feel thirsty? You can try Cendol, combination of fresh coconut milk and green pandan cendol jelly.

Taxi Service To Singapore From Kuala Lumpur

We do provide private taxi transport service between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. With our services, you will fetch you at any location you preferred in Kuala Lumpur and take you directly to Singapore. You can reserve our private MPV taxi via online booking form and submit to us in advance so that we can arrange the suitable transport for you for long journey ride. We look forward to hearing from you soon.