Car-sharing platform, SOCAR, has officially announced a brand new way to commute to KLIA and KLIA2. If you’re heading to the airport, you can book the car you want with SOCAR’s one-way feature. There’s no need to return the vehicle, and your booking ends when you drop it off at the airport car park.
In time for the year-end holiday season, Uber has reduced its fixed fare to/from KL International Airport to RM60. This is a RM15 reduction from its current RM75/trip fare on UberX.
With most major airlines including AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines and Malindo Air banning the Galaxy Note7 from their flights, Samsung Malaysia is setting up special booths to provide support to its current users.
Since you’re not allowed to carry the device onboard your flight, you may return your Galaxy Note7 at these booths located at KLIA and KLIA 2. This is applicable for Note7 units purchased from Samsung Malaysia and from other markets.
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Tun Dr. Mahathir, the fourth prime minister of Malaysia, has a long and coloured legacy that spans over two decades.
It was in 1996 that Tun Mahathir had identified that information and communication technology (ICT) would be a catalyst for growth in the coming years. A plan was devised to transition from a production based economy to a knowledge-based economy by the year 2020.
If you’re a frequent traveler, KLIA Express (ERL) is the best way to get to Kuala Lumpur International Airport in under 30 minutes. With everything going up, the fares will be increased to RM55/way effective 1st January 2016. That’s a hefty RM110 for two people heading to the airport.
Is there a cheaper alternative? What if we tell you there’s another way of getting there with zero emission and it costs less than an Uber ride?