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"What a great undertaking. Free bus, which reaches almost the entire city in 4 loops. And then also free super fast WiFi on the bus.
Find out at home which color makes which loop and where you want to go and get on. The bus normally comes every 7 minutes but during rush hour this may differ. You stand at a stop and you see the bus coming, wave and they know you want to along. "

Go-KL Bus
The free Go-KL bus

It's in Kuala Lumpur it's a big hit with tourists and locals alike: GO-KL bus, the free bus! There are four main routes, the green, purple, blue and red line, that are driven. The Go-KL buses are an amazing success, because they run fast; stop at some major attractions (including China Town, KL tower, Petronas Towers); drive through the center and are wheelchair-friendly. The buses are equipped with WiFi and run every 5 minutes during peak hours and around the 15 minutes in the other hours. A round with such a line takes 35 - 36 minutes.
Despite protests from taxi drivers, 15 buses are currently running and these run from 6am to 11pm. The bus can accommodate 60 people at a time.
It is perfect for travelers who want to do some sightseeing, shopping and dining in Kuala Lumpur city center.
Green Line
The Green Line commutes between KLCC and Bukit Bintang, with stops near Suria KLCC, Pavilion KL, Sungei Wang Shopping Center, and Grand Hyatt Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
Purple line
The Purple Line takes passengers from Bukit Bintang area to Chinatown and back, stopping at Menara KL Tower, Pudu Sentral Bus Terminal and Pasar Seni LRT Train Station.
Red Line
If you want to travel to the city from KL Sentral, take the route with the Red Line commuting to Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, with Go KL City Bus stopping at Chow Kit, Muzium Negara, Tune Hotel, Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square), and Kuala Lumpur KTM Station.
Blue line Finally, the Blue Line takes passengers from Medan Mara to Bukit Bintang, where they can disembark at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Starhill Gallery, KL Sogo and Campbell Complex.

Fast, convenient, comfortable and wheelchair friendly, the Go KL City Bus is an ideal mode of transport for budget-conscious residents and travelers looking to visit Kuala Lumpur's many attractions, shopping centers and popular eateries.

This free bus is an initiative of the government, while the hopon / hopoff bus is a private initiative. The advantage of this private bus is that the ticket is valid for 24 hours. So you can get in and out for 24 hours. You also get a & quot; headset & quot; with information about the places you will visit.

Operation Hours of the GO-KL bus:
Monday - Thursday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm,
Friday - Saturday: 6:00 am - 1:00 pm,
Sunday: 7.00 am - 23.00 pm



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