Kuala Lumpur Airport
Car Rental in Kuala Lumpur Airport
The next time you visit Malaysia consider a rental car in Kuala Lumpur Airport to get your holiday or business trip off to a quick and convenient start.
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Driving in Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia’s roads are generally in a good condition and there is a superb North-South highway to get you from one end of the country to the other.
You do need to remember to keep Left – your car will be a Right-Hand-Drive vehicle which makes this a lot easier!
The major highways are patrolled and you need to keep to the speed limit which is strictly enforced.
Driving trips in and around Kuala Lumpur
Like most Asian cities, the traffic in Kuala Lumpur can be very hectic and it is probably better to park your rental car while exploring the city.
However, when you leave the city, your hire car will be invaluable for exploring out-of-the-way places.
Experience some of Malaysia’s best kept secrets when you drive up the west coast to the Cameron Highlands.
Visit a waterfall, Buddhist Shrine and some of the roadside stalls where you can buy local fruit and then wend your way among the tea plantations.
From the Cameron Highlands, head towards Ipoh to admire some of the colonial mansions and the magnificent railway station.
You can park your rental car at several places along the coast and take the ferry to one of the Islands (Penang or Pangkor Laut) for some sun, sea and underwater magic.
Or drive the East-West highway to visit some of the east coast towns to enjoy the beaches on that side of the coast and the famous floating market in Kota Bharu.
Further south is the multi-cultural Singapore, a popular hub and destination for westerners.
One-way drops offs are possible at some of the other airports around the country, (enquire when booking) so you don’t have to re-trace your steps back to Kuala Lumpur.