This is a Go KL bus. It is a free bus service. The frequency of the buses is written here in the timetable. The route is also given in the map. It runs from 6 AM to 11 PM on every working day. And 7 AM to 11 PM on weekends. The frequency of the bus is every 5 minutes from 7 to 10 AM and 4 to 8 PM. The frequency of the bus from 10 AM to 4 PM is 10 minutes. ‘Purple line’ route originates from Pasar Seni, where I am right now The orange colored seats are called Priority Seats. They are for women and the elderly. Rest all seats are colored blue. The two seats in the front are for ‘differently abled’ people. This bus is running on ‘Purple line’ route in total these free buses run on 4 different routes I’m travelling to Bukit Bintang. I’m going to buy a tripod for my camera, GoPro. Everybody is clueless what I am speaking now So these are the free buses of Kuala Lumpur. Take special care of your pockets in these crowded buses. This place is called Fahrenheit. Stand on the left side of the escalator. So that people can pass from the right. It’s raining heavily! Finally, I reached Plaza Low Yat! T-Shirts for 10 Ringgit! 10 Ringgit equals 150 INR there is a sale of t-shirts on the ground floor I found the same thing for 80 Ringgit which was being sold there for 110 Ringgit. I’ve reached KLCC. If somebody approaches you like this, maintain distance from them. Such people can mislead you into something wrong. I didn’t have a good feeling when I saw them. This bus dropped me at KLCC. KLCC is Kuala Lumpur City Centre. Here you’ll find Petronas Tower! Till a few years back it was the World’s highest building The fountain isn’t working here today. its 10:38 pm I’m running late! That was a museum. Go KL buses have great service! You can experience the whole of Kuala Lumpur by
just sitting in the bus! Both these guys are from Shimla and Jalandhar Indians are guiding me here! We’ve reached KL Sentral Station. You can find a lot of hotels around this place. KL Sentral is more like a mall. From here you can take trains for the airport. You can find a lot of facilities for travel at this place. He is Rounak. He is Ajay From here you can go to Batu Caves for 2.5 Ringgit. Within half an hour, you’ll reach Batu Caves. 2.5 Ringgit is almost 40 Indian Rupees. You can access the Monorail from there. The Touch N Go card can be used for Rapid KL buses operating in Kuala Lumpur. This is the KLIA direct train. There is Little India, which looks more like South India. There, you can find Rajnikanth’s market!