Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur Bus

Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur Bus

Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur Bus Timings & Fare

Bus OperatorFirst BusLast BusDuration
RTM Travel
Plusliner Nice
GJG Express

Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur Bus Service

Avg. Bus Duration: 2 hours 18 mins
Distance: 202 km

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Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur Bus

Ipoh to KL Bus

Both Ipoh and KL are two of the most popular cities in Malaysia. Ipoh to KL (Kuala Lumpur) is a busy route with many people travelling between the two cities. Several buses run between these two cities. The Ipoh to KL bus travels a distance of 202 km, and it takes 2 hrs 18 mins on average. The buses start from the Ipoh Amanjaya bus station. These buses have different amenities like recliner seats, charging points, extra legroom, etc. Several travellers take this route daily, making it one of the busiest routes in Malaysia.

About Ipoh

Ipoh is the capital of Perak. The city has experienced significant developments in the 19th century. Ipoh is a beautiful location to enjoy holidays. It is the fourth largest city in the country and is famous as the gateway to Cameron Highlands and, as well as for its world-class restaurants. Ipoh is full of marvels, and you can sit by one of the beaches and enjoy your time in Ipoh.. It used to be the administrative centre after Kuala Lumpur during the colonial era. There are several buildings of this era making a statement in Ipoh.  

This city is one of the expensive shopping destinations in Malaysia, but the food is affordable in comparison. There are some trademark recipes of Ipoh that people need to try. Here, you will find many people following Chinese culture.

About Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is known for its skyscrapers and other architectural wonders. However, the capital of Malaysia also has some beautiful natural places of interest. It is a perfect destination for family vacations, honeymoon trips, weekend getaways, or solo trips. The most popular districts here are KLCC, Chinatown, and Bukit Bintang. The city is teeming with street sellers, and foodies will enjoy it. You can either spend your time in one of Kuala Lumpur's best malls or trekking routes. The city provides the best of both worlds.

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Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

Some of the popular things to do in KL are -

  • Enjoy a day at Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
  • Take an under the sea tour at KLCC Aquaria
  • Visit the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
  • Visit the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary
  • Enjoy your meals at the Plane in the City
  • Go on a food tour
  • Sightseeing at Putrajaya
  • Enjoy the night at Golden Triangle

Places to visit in Kuala Lumpur

Some of the popular places to visit in KL are -

  • Menara KL Tower: Menara KL Tower is a must-see attraction in Kuala Lumpur for breathtaking views of the city. The Menara tower provides an excellent vantage point from which the city spreads out dramatically in front of your eyes. The vista becomes even more magnificent after night.
  • Batu Caves: It is a hill that is made out of limestone. It is situated in Gombak, and the area is full of small hills and temples. Batu means 'rock'. The hill is a popular tourist attraction in Malaysia.
  • Chinatown: Chinatown is the busiest area of Kuala Lumpur. You can enjoy local delicacies when you are in Chinatown. You will find several antique goods back home from Chinatown. The place is one of the most famous spots for shopping in Malaysia.
  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple: This temple is known to be the oldest temple of Hindus in Malaysia. It is one of the most beautiful temples in Malaysia. You must visit this temple if you are in Kuala Lumpur.
  • National Mosque of Malaysia: The mosque is enormous and can accommodate around 15,000 people. It is known to be designed by three architects, and it is world-famous—tourists worldwide travel to Malaysia to visit this mosque.
  • Istana Negara: The house of Yang di-Pertuan Agong, who is thought to be Malaysia's king, is this location. You are welcome to bring your family to the location.

Best time to visit Kuala Lumpur

May-July or December-February are the ideal months to visit Kuala Lumpur. Visitors can visit Kuala Lumpur in December as the city prepares to celebrate Christmas and New Year. The joyful spirit in the air and the magnificently decorated roadways and stores are a sight to behold.

On New Year's Eve, the city is dressed out for the festivities, and you may watch the fireworks. You can also visit the lovely city between May and June when the sky is often clear, and the weather is excellent for birdwatching and sunbathing. If you visit Malaysia during these months, you can also attend the Rainforest World Music Festival and Malaysia's Independence Day celebrations.

Popular Bus Companies from Ipoh to KL

Some of the popular bus companies from Ipoh to KL are -

  • Mayang Sari Express
  • Alisan Golden Coach
  • Plusliner Nice
  • Eltabina Jaya Express
  • Transnasional
  • StarMart Express
  • Kesatuan Express
  • KPB Ekspress
  • Supernice Grassland
  • UBT Liner Express
  • Cepat Express


Can I reschedule my bus ticket on this route?
Yes, you can. However, this option is available with some selected bus operators on You just have to enter your bus ticket number and email address, verify your ticket details, and choose a reschedule date.
Are there any discounts available on the route from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur?
Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur is one of the popular routes and it’s quite likely that you may get exciting discounts on booking bus tickets through redBus on this route. It would be better if you plan your journey in advance and book your tickets so that you can get the best price and best seat for your trip.
Do I need to print my ticket for this bus route?
This depends upon the bus operator and the country you are travelling in. You can check this information while booking a bus ticket for a particular bus operator. However, most of the bus operators allow M-ticket or E-ticket sent to your registered email address, you may require to print the ticket if any bus operator specifically asks for the same.
Where can I find the location of my bus stop?
As you get the listing of buses available on a selected route, you can click on the 'Boarding & Dropping Point' tab to check the exact location of your pickup and drop-off points. redBus also offers ‘Track my bus’ facility in a few countries to check the live location of the bus.
At what time do buses start from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur?
Buses from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur generally start early in the morning and continue until late evening. However, the bus timings may vary depending on the bus operators and season. This is where redBus helps you out. You need not contact several bus operators to get updated about the bus schedules. You will find all the updated information on redBus website while booking a bus ticket online.
How can I book a bus ticket online from one route to another??
You can simply log on to, choose any specific country you would like to book a bus in, and select the source and destination. After choosing the route and the date, you will find a number of options for buses available. redBus site is user-friendly and booking a bus ticket is just a matter of a few minutes.



Kuala Lumpur


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