Flights from Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur
Flight information Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur
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Average flight time, total distance 200 kilometres
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Kuala Lumpur International and Kuala Lumpur Sultan Abdul Azziz Shah
Airlines that fly from Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur
There are approximately three domestic flights per day from Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport in Kuantan, Malaysia to Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Daily flights are provided by Malaysia Airlines. There are currently no connecting flights that serve this route.
Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport is used primarily for regular domestic flights. The simple airport has an arrival hall, a departure hall, several small shops, a taxi stand, and a car park. The check-in counters and shops are located in the front part of the building, which is not air conditioned.
The domestic terminal for Malaysia Airlines in Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the contact pier connected to the KLIA Main Terminal Building. There are duty free stores located just after immigration. Also available throughout the airport are numerous ATMs in case you need cash, money changers on the fifth floor of KLIA, and counters of car rental providers. Of course shopping opportunities is abundant, with shops for fashion apparel and accessories, chocolates and confectionaries, liquor, perfume and cosmetics, tobacco, travel retail essentials, specialty stores, and others. Dining options include cafes like Chocolatte Bar, Galley's, and Gloria's Jeans Coffee, bars & bistros like The Bar, Bar Metropole, and Bones, bakeries & pastries like Délifrance, Dunkin' Donuts, and The Baker’s Cottage, fast food joints such as McDonalds and KFC, and restaurants like Hot Wok, Johnny Rockets, Malaysian Wok, and Taste of India. Various transportation options are also available here to take you to the city proper of Kuala Lumpur, such as taxis, limousines, buses, rail links.
Passengers of Malaysia Airlines from Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur are advised to be at the airport at least two hours before scheduled departure. Upon arrival at the airport, present travel documents at the airport counter, check-in, and obtain the boarding pass. Check in is available one hour before the domestic flight schedule.
What to expect in Kuantan
As the cities of Kuantan and Kuala Lumpur are in reasonably near proximity within each other, there is no time difference between the two.
The climate in Kuantan is classified as tropical rainforest climate, usually with two seasons a year: the "dry" and hot season, and the rainy season. While technically Kuantan does not truly have a dry season, this occurs when the seasonal southwest winds from Sumatra towards the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia are blocked by the Titiwangsa Mountain Range. The driest month in Kuantan is February, while the wettest is December. The warmest month on average is July, and the coolest month is also December. Expect temperatures in Kuantan to always be high, although there is nice average temperature during January, February, November, and December.
Kuala Lumpur also experiences a tropical rainforest climate. It is warm and sunny for the most part, although there is abundant rainfall, most notably from October to March. Regardless, it can rain heavily any time of the year. The wettest month is often November. Meanwhile, the "dry" season often runs from May to September. June is Kuala Lumpur's driest month of the year. The city has two monsoon periods: one from March to April and another from October to November. The temperatures, however, remain fairly constant, ranging from 28°C to 32°C all year round.
As for the cost of living in the two cities, there is very little difference between the two. In general, the prices in Kuala Lumpur are slightly higher than the prices in Kuantan.
This information is correct as of August 2015.
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