Malaysia is served by an excellent transport system. Once you
are in the country there is always transport available to you to even remote
areas. Travelling by road in peninsula Malaysia is popular as it has well-
developed network of roads.
Malaysia has well-developed air and sea connections. It is also accessible by
road and rail through Thailand and Singapore on the Peninsular. More than 25
major airlines service the international airports throughout the nation. Port
Klang and Penang in the Straits of Malacca link the country to the rest of the
world by sea.
Internal travel is relatively easy, comfortable and cheap. The major towns and
cities are served by air-conditioned trains and buses and also by regular
scheduled flights. Travelling by road in Peninsular Malaysia is popular as it
has a well-developed network of roads.
There are various options available as to how you might wish to get to a
destination. Generally it depends convenience and affordability and what s
the best way to see the sights as you travel.
In Sabah and Sarawak, travelling by four-wheel drive is recommended on unpaved
roads, and many remote areas can only be reached by air or river-boats.
Travelling by rail is also highly recommended as you get to see the
To get value for money when travelling by rail, plan your journey in advance.
Naturally the main transportation hub is from its capital,
and road transport in Malaysia and road transport services such as the
express busses and taxis
Services with details on routes and destinations with links to view online
schedules & bookings, etc.
Main airports for
Kuala Lumpur. Main Domestic & National Airlines with Links and Contact
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