Travel from Koh Lanta to Kuala Lumpur

There are several different ways to travel from Koh Lanta to Kuala Lumpur, the easiest option is to take a direct bus and minivan service.

Bus Times from Koh Lanta to Kuala Lumpur


There is currently 1 service a day from Koh Lanta to Kuala Lumpur available to book online.

Koh LantaKuala LumpurCompanyCost
08:0007:00Lanta Transport1,600 THB
  • Departure times are in Thai time, and arrival times are in Malaysian time.

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Koh Lanta Bus Stop


The Lanta Transport service from Koh Lanta to Kuala Lumpur departs from the roadside close to the Lanta Transport Office.

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Kuala Lumpur Bus Stop


The Lanta Transport service from Koh Lanta to Penang terminates at the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan in Kuala Lumpur.

Google Map of Terminal Bersepadu Selatan

About Travel to Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur is one of the smaller capital cities in South East Asia, with a population around 1.8 million. It is also one of the newer capital cities, having been established in 1857. Nonetheless, there are lots of interesting things to do and see in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is also a very comfortable city with a good public transport system, lots of retail outlets and some fantastic food.

Arrival in Kuala Lumpur

Long distance bus services to Kuala Lumpur terminate at the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, which is located 10 km to the south of the city centre. Travel by public transport from the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan to Kuala Lumpur city centre is very easy. From the bus station all you need to do is to find the foot bridge connecting the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan to Bandar Tasik Selatan station.

Bandar Tasik Selatan station is a hub for a variety of light railway and local bus services. You can reach virtually anywhere in Kuala Lumpur by bus or train from Bandar Tasik Selatan station, and often there is more than one route you can take. Once you have decided where you want to go on Kuala Lumpur we recommend asking at the information desk in the station which bus or train service you should take to travel there.

Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur
Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur
Merdeka Square

Merdeka Square is one of the main tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur. The area around Merdeka Square is where the British colonial government built a series of impressive governmental buildings such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Old High Court, and the headquarters of the Federated Malay States Railways (now the National Textile Museum).

Also of note are the Selangor Club, with its mock Tudor facade, and the Jamek Mosque. Designed by British architect Arthur Benison Hubback, the Jamek Mosque was the principle mosque in Kuala Lumpur until the completion of the Masjid Negara Malaysia in 1965. The Jamek Mosque is one of the city’s best examples of Indo-Saracenic architecture.

China Town

Kuala’s Lumpur’s China Town is a second area of cultural interest in Kuala Lumpur. In addition to some interesting independent shops and restaurants, this part of the city has two great markets, Petaling Street Market and KL Central Market. Petaling Street Market is an outdoor market known for its range of cheap clothing and footwear, as well as its food courts. KL Central Market is located inside an historic market building, and houses outlets selling goods from all over Malaysia.

The other main points of interest in China Town are its temples, in particular the Guan Di Temple and the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. The Guan Di Temple is a Chinese temple dedicated to Taoist God of War. The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is a Hindu temple heavily influenced by the traditions of Tamil Nadu in India. The most striking feature of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple is its 22.9 metres tall gopuram tower decorated with images of hundreds of different gods and characters from Hindu mythology.

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