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Bukit Bintang is a district bordering Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, known for its many interesting streets such as Jalan Bukit Bintang, a busy street lined with upscale malls and fashion boutiques, or Changkat Bukit Bintang, a lively strip lined with sidewalk restaurants serving Chinese clam soup and buttered prawns, and Jalan Alor, a lively strip lined with sidewalk restaurants serving Chinese clam soup and buttered prawns.
If you want to reach the bustling Bukit Bintang district, you can take one of the three available transportation options from the airport: taxi, subway, bus, e hailing services such as grab, airasia and maxis. The most convenient method to travel to Bukit Bintang is to take an e-hailing ride such as grab or taxi from the Kuala Lumpur airport, which takes only 50 minutes.
In typical traffic circumstances, a Kuala Lumpur airport cab trip is the most expedient method to get to Bukit Bintang, taking only 50 minutes for (RM 80). If you plan to take the bus or metro from the airport, you will need to arrange for additional transportation from the KL Sentral station, as both modes of transit finish here. The express train takes 28 minutes to get to KL Sentral station, and a one-way ticket costs (RM40). A bus ticket costs (RM12) and takes around 1 hour 30 minutes to arrive at the station.