Get a suitable MyRapid Card/Travel Pass for your travel around Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley on buses, MRT, LRT, BRT and monorail. Get a suitable card/ travel pass and stretch your ringgit. Here are some options for you to consider.
MyCity 1-Day Pass and MyCity 3-Day Pass
You can now purchase the travel on MRT, LRT, BRT and Monorail with unlimited rides for 1 day or 3 days using the MyCity Pass which was launched on 22 April 2019. The 1 day pass costs RM25 inclusive of RM5 purse value in the Touch N' Go card. The 3 days pass costs RM55 inclusive of RM5 purse value in the Touch N' Go card.
Take note that you will need to have a minimum RM5 stored value in order to use the cards.
You can get the cards at any MRT, LRT, BRT and Monorail stations.
If you have your own Touch N'Go card, you can activate the pass for a fee of RM15 for 1 day pass and RM45 for 3 days pass.
For Malaysians, you can also activate the Touch N' Go in your MyKad to purchase the MyCity Pass. The costs is RM15 for 1 day pass and RM45 for 3 days pass.
The My100 and My50 Unlimited Travel Pass for 30 days are for all Malaysians and took effect from Jan 1, 2019.
The My100 allows you to travel on MRT, LRT, BRT, RapidKL buses, Monorail and MRT feeder buses for RM100.
The My50 will enable you to travel on all RapidKL buses & MRT feeder buses for RM50.
You can activate the pass at the customer service counters of all MRT, BRT, Monorail and LRT stations. It can also be done at the bus hubs at Pasar Seni, Sri Nilam, Seksyen 2-Shah Alam, Greenwood and Terminal Kajang.
Remember to bring your MyKad or MyTentera for the activation. It uses the Touch 'N Go chip in the MyKad/MyTentera card.
Apply for concession card if you are a Malaysian citizen aged 60 years and above, a Malaysian who is disabled or a student. With this card, you will enjoy 50% discounts for RapidKL bus, LRT, BRT and Monorail.
Get the application form at Concession Registration Counter, Pasar Seni Bus Hub. Take the Kelana Jaya Line LRT and get off at Pasar Seni Station. Take the stairs down to the bus station and you will be able to see the office. Bring along your original and a copy of identity card. Counter will be open from 9am-5pm, Mon-Sat.
If you are applying for disabled card, make sure you bring along your OKU card.
If you are a college or university student, bring along your student card and original student confirmation letter as well. Make a copy of your identity card and student card for submission together with the registration form that can be obtained at the office. The original confirmation letter from the college that states that you are a student there must also be submitted.
If you are coming to Malaysia through KLIA or KLIA2 international airports, you may want to purchase the KL TravelPass that will allow you to travel on KLIA Express Airport Transfer, MRT, LRT and Monorail.
KL TravelPass Single
KL TravelPass Return
You can purchase also purchase the cards at:
You will enjoy discounts on LRT, BRT, MRT and Monorail if you have this type of Myrapid card. There are two types of card.
The Smart 30 Monthly will give you better discount. These cards can be purchased at any LRT or Monorail stations as well as Rapid KL Customer Service Office.
The following are the types of transportation that you can utilize depending on the type of myrapid card you purchase.
Ampang Line LRT which runs from Ampang to Chan Sow Lin. Sri Petaling Line runs fro Sri Petaling to Putra Heights. The Kelana Jaya Line LRT which runs from Gombak to Putra Heights.
This line runs from Sungai Buloh to Kajang, with 31 stations in total. The end to end journey time is 84 minutes covering a distance of 51km.
This elevated bus rapid transit line runs around Sunway and Subang Jaya. Check out here for more information.
This monorail has 11 stations and runs from KL Sentral in Brickfields to Titiwangsa Station in Jalan Tun Razak, operating from 6am to 12 midnight daily. The cost of the tickets range from RM1.20 to RM2.50 one-way.
Get the details of the monorail routes here.
Effective 1 Dec 2015, the entire Klang Valley bus network has been overhauled to provide better services and less waiting time for passengers.
The routes have been divided into 8 corridors.