There are currently 21 direct bus services a day from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur which you can book online. Melaka is not connected to Malaysia’s railway network so bus travel is the only public transport service from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur. Bus services go direct to both Kuala Lumpur’s main city centre bus station and Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Bus Times from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur
The journey by bus from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur is scheduled to take between 2 hours 10 minutes and 4 hours 00 minutes depending upon which service you take.
|07:00||09:19||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|08:30||10:49||13 MYR||TBS||Billion Stars Express|
|08:30||10:49||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|09:00||13:00||15 MYR||TBS||Transnasional MY|
|09:30||11:49||13 MYR||TBS||Super Nice Express|
|10:00||12:19||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|11:00||13:19||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|11:45||14:04||11 MYR||TBS||Mayang Sari|
|12:00||14:19||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|12:30||14:49||11 MYR||TBS||Sani Express|
|13:00||15:19||11 MYR||TBS||Billion Stars Express|
|15:00||17:19||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|15:30||18:00||15 MYR||TBS||Transnasional MY|
|18:30||20:49||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|18:30||21:01||15 MYR||TBS||Transnasional MY|
|21:00||23:19||11 MYR||TBS||Billion Stars Express|
|21:00||23:19||13 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|22:00||00:19||14 MYR||TBS||KPB Express|
|23:45||02:04||11 MYR||TBS||Mayang Sari|
- TBS: Terminal Bersepadu Selatan.
- KLIA: Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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Melaka Sentral Bus Station
Direct bus services from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur depart from Melaka Sentral Bus Station.
Kuala Lumpur Bus Station
Bus services from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur city terminate at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan.
Travel to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia with a population of over 1.7 million people. Kuala Lumpur is the cultural and economic centre of Malaysia with the Malaysian stock exchange, parliament and the official residence of Malaysia’s King all located within the city. The only important institution not located in Kuala Lumpur are main government buildings and the Palace of Justice which are located in nearby Putrajaya. Kuala Lumpur is a diverse city with a mix of cultures and in many ways it the city encapsulates the diversity of Malaysia as country. The three main ethnic groups in Malaysia (Malay, Chinese and Indian) have made a mark on the city with their own distinctive shops, restaurants and temples and they always blend together seamlessly in Kuala Lumpur with people of different ethnic background continuously interacting as a part of their daily life.
In 2017 Kuala Lumpur was the world’s ninth most visited city with overnight visitors estimated to have totalled 12.08 million people, with 92.2% of those visitors coming to the city on holiday. There are lots of reasons for Kuala Lumpur’s popularity. One of the principle reasons people go to Kuala Lumpur is for shopping. The city has one of the best range of shopping malls in South East Asia, second only to Singapore (which was the world’s 5th most visited city in 2017). Visitors come from all over the world to shop at Berjaya Times Square and Starhill Gallery shopping malls. The second major aspect of the city that attracts visitors is the food. As well as traditional Malay food you can also eat authentic Indian and Chinese food at prices that are very cheap even by South East Asia standard – the food in Kuala Lumpur is better value for money than even the food in Bangkok. For brilliant and cheap food try the street vendors on the Jalan Alor Road near Bukit Bintang. Tourism in Kuala Lumpur is also supported by a fantastic transport infrastructure, which within in South East Asia is second only to the public transport system in Singapore. Cities such as Bangkok, Phnom Penh and Saigon trail far behind Kuala Lumpur in relation to the ease with which visitors can move around the city. The city has two airport, several large train station and 4 suburban light railway system connecting nearly all point within the city quickly, cheaply and efficient.