The KL Hop-On Hop-Off Bus, featuring double-decker and sky-roofed buses carrying sight-seeing tourists, provides fast and easy city tour that has 23 stops which cover more than 40 attractions in Kuala Lumpur areas.
The KL Hop On-Hop Off City Tour will run from 9am to 8pm daily at 30-minute intervals. The tour goes by the “hop-on, hop-off” concept, which allows ticket holders to hop on and hop off the bus whenever and wherever desired at all of the 23 stops. It also serves major hotel areas.
The buses are disabled friendly, fully air-conditioned, equipped with glass roof panels on the upper deck and equipped with CCTV cameras. In addition, a friendly customer service officer will assist you on the bus.
More about KL Hop-On Hop-Off Bus
All buses are equipped with different languages of pre-recorded tour commentary in Malay, English, Mandarin, Hindi, Arabic, Japanese, French and Spanish.
The commentary is available by using headsets on board. The guided tour is designed for tourists to experience the places of interest through stories of the present and past.
Buy Bus Ticket
Tickets can be bought at a ticket counter to be built in Bukit Bintang, on the bus and over the Internet while hotel and travel agents will act as agents to sell the ticket to their customers.
The tickets, which will allow passengers to use the service the whole day (24 hours), are priced at RM45 for adults and RM24 for senior citizens, students and the disabled. It will be free for children aged below five.
|Ticket Type||Price (RM)|
For students, Student Card need to be presented for student fare.
Children apply for 5 to 12 years old.
Chidren below 5 years old will be free of charge.
|Standard (24 hours)||45.00|
|Child / Student / Disabled (24 hours)||24.00|
|Standard (48 hours)||79.00|
|Child / Student / Disabled (48 hours)||43.00|
The ticket is valid for 24 hours or 48 hours which gives you the freedom to view and roam the city at your own time and leisure.
List of Hotels & Bus Stop
The KL Hop-On Hop-Off bus will be connected from hotels to routes approved by the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board (CVLB), police and the Tourism Ministry.