Tourism in Malaysia


Tourism in Malaysia has recently being boosted with the introduction of Kuala Lumpur Hop On-Hop Off Bus where you will be able to hop on and off the specially designed buses for unlimited times. You just need to pay once and the ticket purchased will be valid for 24 hours or 48 hours depending on the type of ticket you purchased.

The double decker tour buses are equipped with English audio pre-recorded tour commentary of the city as they move around the different parts of the city. There are 3 monitor screens provided for your viewing and the facilities are disabled-friendly as well.


Malaysia Trishaws



Trishaws are still being used in some parts of Malaysia such as Melaka and Penang.



KL Hop On Hop Off Buse



One of the nicely decorated and clean hop on-hop off bus rounding the city of Kuala Lumpur.




There are altogether 30 stops and over 60 attractions that you can visit using the hop-on hop-off bus. If you have the time, why not sit through the entire journey of the bus and listen to the commentary in your own language. It will take you 3 hours to go though the tour of Kuala Lumpur without getting down the bus.

Once you are familiar with the places of interest, you can then plan where to get down and visit the many attractions in the city. Make sure that you wait at the bus stops which have the hop on-hop off logo as the buses will make their stop here.







Schedule and Price of Tickets

Schedule : 9:00am to 8:00pm at 20-30 minutes interval

You have to be patient in waiting as punctuality is affected by the condition of the traffic in the city.

Price of Tickets for non-Malaysians

The tickets can be purchased on the bus, travel agents, hotels and agents that display the hop on-hop off bus logo.

Adult 24 hours pass: RM50 per person
Children  24 hours pass age 5 and above : RM25 per person
Students 24 hours pass : RM25 per person
Disabled persons 24 hours pass : RM25 per person

Family Package 24 hours: RM140 for a family of 2 adults and 2 children(5-12 years old)

Adult 48 hours pass: RM90 per person
Children  48 hours pass age 5 and above : RM45 per person
Students 48 hours pass : RM45 per person
Disabled persons 48 hours pass : RM45 per person

Children below 5 years old do not have to pay.

Price of Tickets for Malaysians

The tickets can be purchased on the bus, travel agents, hotels and agents that display the hop on-hop off bus logo.

Adult 24 hours pass: RM25 per person
Children  24 hours pass age 5 and above : RM15 per person
Students 24 hours pass : RM15 per person
Disabled persons 24 hours pass : RM15 per person

Family Package 24 hours: RM65 for a family of 2 adults and 2 children(5-12 years old)

Adult 48 hours pass: RM40 per person
Children  48 hours pass age 5 and above : RM25 per person
Students 48 hours pass : RM25 per person
Disabled persons 48 hours pass : RM25 per person

Children below 5 years old do not have to pay.

Further information can be obtained by contacting +6 011 1230 5358.

You can get discounted rates by purchasing online and redeem the ticket at Bukit Bintang. Get more information here.


KL Hop On Hop Off Station




One of the Hop On-Hop Off bus stop.





Tourism in Malaysia - Places of Interests

The buses will go through the major parts of the city. Some of the places of interest that you can visit as you stop by the various bus stops are:

  • Bus Stop No. 1 Visit Petronas Twin Tower, KLCC and KLCC Park.
  • Bus Stop No. 2 Visit Malaysia Tourism Centre and get some brochures on Tourism in Malaysia.
  • Bus Stop No. 3 Sheraton Hotel stop.
  • Bus Stop No. 4 Seri Pacific stop. Sunway Putra Mall is located here.
  • Bus Stop No. 5 Visit Craft Culture Complex and Karyaneka.
  • Bus Stop No. 6 Shop all you want at Starhill, Lot 10, Sungai Wang Plaza and Berjaya Times Square.
  • Bus Stop No. 8 Visit Kuala Lumpur Tower, one of the modern landmarks of Kuala Lumpur.
  • Bus Stop No. 9 Get your souvenir at Central Market. Use your bargaining skill to bargain at Chinatown KL.
  • Bus Stop No. 10 Stop by the National Palace.
  • Bus Stop No. 12 Find out more about Malaysia history at the National Museum.
  • Bus Stop No. 13 Visit the national Monument, Asean Sculpture Park and the Parliament Building.
  • Bus Stop No. 14 Enjoy the parks in the city. Orchid Garden, Bird Park, Butterfly Park and the NationalPlanaterium is within walking distance.
  • Bus Stop No. 15 The National Mosque, Islamic Art Museum and Kuala Lumpur Railway Station.
  • Bus Stop No. 16 Visit the historical landmarks of Kuala Lumpur - Merdeka Square, Royal Selangor Club, JamekMosque, St. Mary's Church, National History Museum and Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
  • Bus Stop No. 21 National Art Gallery, National Library and Titiwangsa Lake Garden where the giant ferris wheel"Eye On Malaysia" is located.


See the route and bus stops map here.

















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