Batu Gajah is well known for three attractions: Kellie’s Castle, the Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Course and Kinta Golf Club. There are two types of public transport you can use to travel the 209 km from Batu Gajah to Kuala Lumpur: train and bus. Travel by bus is the cheapest option.
Travel Times to Kuala Lumpur
There are two bus services a day from Batu Gajah to Kuala Lumpur which are available to book online.
|Batu Gajah||Kuala Lumpur||Cost||Company|
|10:30||13:55||20.00 MYR||Plusliner MY|
|17:30||20:55||20.00 MYR||Plusliner MY|
- Plusliner MY bus services are scheduled to complete the journey from Batu Gajah to Kuala Lumpur in 3 hours 25 minutes.
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Batu Gajah Bus Station
Bus services to Kuala Lumpur depart from Batu Gajah Bus Station, Jalan Gopeng.
Kuala Lumpur Bus Station
Bus services from Batu Gajah terminate at the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Jalan Terminal Selatan, Bandar Tasek Selatan, 57100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
About Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, located just off Merdeka Square, is a relatively new attraction which opened in 2o12. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is housed within an historic building dating back to 1898 which originally used by the British Colonial Government as a printing office. The building was designed by British Architect A.C Norman, who also designed the nearby Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is open from 09:00 to 18:30 everyday and admission costs 10 MYR.
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery has four main attractions:
- The Spectacular City Model Show: Miniature version of Kuala Lumpur featuring over 5,000 model buildings and taking up a floor space of 186 sqm.
- Merdeka Square & Chinatown Diorama Model: Intricate model of Merdeka Square and Chinatown with buildings, trees, rivers and people.
- Old Kuala Lumpur: Prints, photos and models showing the development of Kuala Lumpur from the 19th Century through the period of British colonial rule.
- KL Reflection: 9 exhibits inspired by Kuala Lumpur in front of which visitors can take ‘selfies’.