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Getting to Ecotrail Putrajaya

Getting to Ecotrail Putrajaya

By Air
Many international airlines offer flights to Malaysia(KUL), most of which land at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the new KL International Airport, KLIA2 at Sepang. Both airports KLIA and KLIA2 are located side by side.

The national carrier, Malaysia Airlines, flies to 95 destinations worldwide. Another local carrier is Air Asia Airlines, the Malaysian low-cost airline. It is the largest airline in Malaysia by fleet size and destinations. AirAsia Group operates scheduled domestic and international flights to more than 165 destinations spanning 25 countries.


By Rail Express Rail Link (ERL) 

From KLIA ERL station

KLIA : located on Level 1 of the KLIA’s Main Terminal Building (MTB).

KLIA2 : located inside the Gateway at KLIA2 mall.

 A ticket available at ticketing counter is needed before entering the boarding platform.

ERL Route – stop at Putrajaya/Cyberjaya station

ERL frequency: every half an hour (peak hours) every hour (off peak hours)

First service 4.55AM and last service 00.55AM

Fare: RM9.40 adult RM 4.20 child

Duration: 16 mins

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By Bus
Buses can take you from Kuala Lumpur to other areas in Peninsular Malaysia. Buses traveling inside towns and cities charge according to distance. Minibuses in KL charge a standard fare of 60 sen wherever you stop.


By Taxi
Limousine service can be hired at the airport going to hotels in the city. Enquire at the taxi counter for service.

Interstate taxis can take you across state lines relatively cheaply. Fares for these taxis are fixed.

City taxis are metered. In Kuala Lumpur, taxis are colored yellow and black, or red and white. Fares are calculated according to distance. Flag-down rate is RM 1.50 for the first two kilometers, plus 10 sen for every 200m afterward.


By Rented Car
If you want to drive yourself, car rentals are easy to arrange through your hotel, or directly with a reputable car rental company. Rates for a car vary from RM60 to RM260 per day.

Malaysia requires drivers to be at least 18 years old with a valid international driver's license. Malaysians drive on the left-hand side of the road.

The Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) is Malaysia’s national motoring organization. If you belong to a motoring organizations affiliated to AAM, you can enjoy the perks of reciprocal membership.