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Kuala Lumpur International Airport – Cuti-cuti Malaysia

  1. 1. Kuala Lumpur International Airport – Cuti-cuti MalaysiaVisit Kuala Lumpur http://klsentral.orgWilliam asks…Is there an internet café in or near Kuala Lumpur airport?I have never been to Kuala Lumpur airport and need to find out if there is an internet café. Iam aware that there is free wifi in places but I specifically need to be able to go and print offsome tickets. Are there any such facilities in or within walking distance to the airport?Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Hello, if you want to print tickets, you can always go to the related counter to have your ticketsprinted. For example, if you are using Malaysia Airlines, go to their counter and they will do it foryou. Have a safe journey and welcome to Malaysia! 1/5
  2. 2. Sandra asks…Can I recharge my Nintendo DS at Kuala Lumpur Airport?I was wondering if I could recharge my Nintendo DS at Kuala Lumpur Airport in Malaysia. Ifit’s possible, how? Are there public power points with adapters? The format of the plug for myNintendo DS is Australian.Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Yea I think you can. I did it at the lounge but I am quite sure there are some plug points in theairport. You have to get an adapter though because the format of the plug here British.Ken asks… 2/5
  3. 3. How long will it take me to get from Petronas to the Kuala LumpurAirport?Travel time from Petronas to Kuala Lumpur Airport.Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Depends on what mode of transport that you are using..if you are travelling by a car or a cab,the journey would be approx 1 hour 30 minutes. If you are travelling by connecting busses, itwould takes about almost 2 hours and the fastest would be by the KLIA Express train. FromPetronas KLCC, take a cab to KL Sentral and catch the KLIA Express to KLIA direct. You will bethere in less than an hour.Charles asks…Can i stay in Pan pacific hotel Kuala Lumpur airport withoutclearing immigration?Hi guys, Im a sri lankan passport holder and i have a transit at Kuala Lumpur for 14 hours. cani stay at pan pacific hotel without clearing immigration? Or if i should clear immigration should iapply for transit visa?I heard that Sri Lankans are able to go out of the airport without a transit visa. Is this true? Icould not find this in the Malaysian immigration website. Please advice me. 3/5
  4. 4. Many thanks in advanceKaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Pan Pacific Hotel is located outside the arrival hall of the KLIA and you must clear Mmmigration& Custom before you can get to it. Sri Lankans are required to get a visa for Malaysia. However,Transit With Out Visa (TWOV) are available to Sri Lankans if you meet the listed conditions,including valid visa for the listed 3rd country, if you travel on MAS or AirAsia – see here fordetails: http://www.malaysia.org.au/travel1.htmlPlease note that there is the Airside Transit Hotel located at KLIA’s Satellite Building, that youcan stay without having to clear Immigration and Custom. It also has the option to use itsshower facilities without checking in. Maybe this is all you need.Paul asks…Can I leave Kuala Lumpur Airport for a short time?Hello,I am travelling and am making a stop in Kuala Lumpur airport for a night. I would like to dosome shopping whilst there. Does any one know from experience if I would be able to leave myluggage in my hotel room at the air port for a short shopping trip so I don’t have to take it allthrough customs?Thanks for your help 4/5
  5. 5. Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers: Good luck with that. The airport is extremely far from KL. At least 1-2hr by bus or taxi (depending on traffic). If u’re gonna do it, make sure u give yourself enough time to get back to the airport cos traffic in KL is a bitch! Powered by Yahoo! AnswersCuti-cuti Malaysia Hotels http://cuti-cutimalaysia.org Cuti-cuti Malaysia Vacation 5/5Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)