Lifestyle,  Travel

KLIA2: How To Get There – Driving Routes, Parking & Public Transport

KLIA2 marks the start of a beautiful journey if our First Look post  is of any indication. 

The latest travelling hub is now open for business and travellers, here are some vital information to help you along for a smooth experience.


Location wise, the KLIA2 is 2km away from the main KLIA. It is connected by six highways – Elite, LDP, KESAS, MAJU, North South Expressway Central Link and New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE).

GPS Coordinate 2.758819101.689698

From the KLIA toll plaza, head towards the KLIA direction. Look out for a slip road on the KLIA Expressway that will take you directly to KLIA2.

If you’re coming from KLIA, you must head towards Kuala Lumpur and make a U-turn at the flyover just before the Petronas station. After Petronas, exit left when you see the KLIA2 signage belowthis shall serve as your landmark.

Parking bays are located at the drop-off area.

Note: Departure drop-off area is at Level 3, while Arrival pick-up area is at Level 2.

Parking rates are as below. Autopay machines are located on Level 1, 4 and 7.

Long-term parking is only available at the KLIA Main Terminal Building.

Public Transport


The bus depot is located on Level 1 at the Integrated Complex (Transport Hub) in the main terminal building of KLIA2.

There are a number of buses plying the route from KL/PJ to KLIA2 – such as Aerobus, Airport Coach, Skybus and Jetbus to name a few. You can catch the buses from KL Sentral, 1 Utama or Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS).

Check here for a comprehensive list of bus operators and timings.

For outstation travellers, buses are available to and from Seremban, Ipoh, Teluk Intan, Sitiawan, Kuantan, Temerloh, Melaka, Yong Peng, Johor Bahru, etc. Journey time varies between each state.


The trains will arrive/depart from Level 2 at KLIA2 Main Terminal Building.

From the city centre, you’d be able to hop on the KLIA Express from KL Sentral direct to KLIA2, which will take approximately 33 minutes. Likewise, you can get into the city centre via the KLIA Express (RM35 per trip).

Alternatively, you can also take the KLIA Transit from key stops – Bandar Tasik Selatan station, Putrajaya & Cyberjaya station and Salak Tinggi station. Journey time to KLIA2 varies from each station.

Ticket prices are as below:

More information about the train services here.


Below are useful numbers for taxi operators in and around Kuala Lumpur/Petaling Jaya.

Alternatively, you can download the MyTeksi or Uber app to book a comfy ride to KLIA2 with ease.

Pro tip – When you get to KLIA2, here’s an estimate of how long it’ll take you through the following processes:

Allow plenty of time between travelling to the airport and also checking-in for flights. Get there early and not to worry, there are lots of things to keep you occupied to while the time away.

Stay tuned for our next reports on what to eat and do in KLIA2.

For more information on KLIA2, visit this site.

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