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  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2

    The World's Largest Low-Cost Carrier Terminal - KLIA2


    Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2), situated in Sepang, is the world's largest airport for budget airlines. It is located approximately two kilometres away from KLIA's Main Terminal Building (MTB), and has its own runway and air traffic control tower. Replacing the former KLIA Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), budget carriers using KLIA2 include home-grown airlines Air Asia and Malindo Air, the Philippines' Cebu Pacific Air, Singapore's Tiger Airways, and Indonesia's Lion Air.

    KLIA2 consists of two main buildings that are connected with a 300-metre Skybridge, namely the Main Terminal Building (MTB) and the Satellite Building. All domestic and a number of international arrivals are from MTB while Satellite caters solely for international arrivals and departures.

  • Car Park and Public Transport Services

    The terminal is also adjoined with an integrated complex, Gateway @ KLIA2, which hosts an eight-storey car park. Shuttle buses are available to take the public to the KLIA2 main terminal. The parking rate for the covered parking facility at KLIA2 is RM4 per hour for the first three hours, and up to a maximum daily rate of RM46. The car park is fully gated with 24-hour security personnel on duty.

    The Transportation Hub is located on Level 1 of the Gateway @ KLIA2, with taxi and express bus services available as well as the Express Rail Link (KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit). The Express Rail Link (ERL) allows passengers to head to KL Sentral Station in the city in just over 30 minutes for Rm35 while the KLIA Transit train services make four intermediate stops along key townships namely Bandar Tasik Selatan (RM26.50), Putrajaya and Cyberjaya (RM6.20), as well as Salak Tinggi (RM3.20).


    For the mobility-impaired and senior citizens, there is a buggy service available, and Braille in elevators and designated toilets. Ramps and people-movers or ‘travelators’ are available also throughout KLIA2. Tact tiles leads are installed from the drop-off kerbside at Gateway @ KLIA2 all the way to the Departure Hall and from the Arrival Hall in the main terminal to Gateway @ KLIA2. Free Wi-Fi is available at KLIA2 for the first one hour with a number of Internet kiosks at each boarding pier.

    Other amenities offered in KLIA2 on all levels include massive flight information display systems (FIDS) and public information display system (PIDS), ATMs, first aid rooms, baby care rooms, as well as prayer rooms.


    Perfectly catering to travellers on a layover between flights, KLIA2 offers a variety of different accommodation options both within and nearby the vicinity. Sama-Sama Express Hotel KLIA2 is an airside transit hotel on Level 3 of the Satellite Building, offering 70 comfortable non-smoking rooms. Guests are able to check in without having to clear Malaysian Customs and Immigration.

    Adjacent to the terminal is the Tune Hotel at KLIA2 which is directly linked by a covered walkway. For a more unique lodging experience, there is also Capsule by Container Hotel at KLIA2, hailed as the first capsule transit hotel in Asia. The 3,300 square-foot container hotel offers 79 capsule bedrooms for three, six or 12 hours with locker, shower, lounge and free Wi-Fi facilities.

    Food & Beverage Outlets

    KLIA2 houses a variety of restaurants and cafes on Level 1 and Level 3. Weary travellers looking for a quick pick-me-up can unwind at numerous coffee joints such as Starbucks and Pacific Coffee while those needing a quick fill can enjoy a number of local and international cuisines at eateries such as Hometown Hainan Coffee, Uncle K’, and Nyonya Colours. There is also an abundance of fast food outlets including McDonald’s, Nando’s, Texas Chicken, and Burger King.

    KLIA2 - Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2


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