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KL City Rail System

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Kuala Lumpur City Rail System


There is a very efficient LRT system divided into three: Putra Line, Star Line, and the Monorail. The train services run independently, but they have points where they have interchanges.
Where to stop:

  • Bukit Bintang (KL Monorail), for shopping in the Golden Triangle

  • Bukit Nanas (KL Monorail), for KL-tower

  • KLCC (Putra), for the Twin Towers and the Suria KLCC shopping mall

  • KL Sentral (Putra/KL Monorail/KTM Kommuter), for intercity trains and the KLIA Ekspres to the airport

  • Masjid Jamek (Putra/Star), for access to Chinatown and Little India, and interchange between Putra and Star

  • Plaza Rakyat (Star), for Puduraya bus station


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