The Go KL free city bus service was launched to help improve public mobility in the areas of KLCC, Bukit Bintang and Chinatown, and slowly expanded in stages to cover wider area of Kuala Lumpur district.
Travellers can hop on and off at numerous official Go KL City Bus stops that are located conveniently near tourist attractions, shopping malls, food and entertainment areas.
Go KL City Bus – Green Line
This bus route has a stop in front of Suria KLCC and Starhill and Pavilion KL plus other numerous interesting stops along the way.
Go KL City Bus – Purple Line
You can get on the bus in front of Pavilion KL, and you can get down at the Central Market, or directly in Chinatown.
|Purple Line (14 stops, 6.5km, 36mins)|
|12.||Simpang Bkt Ceylon|
|13.||Muzium Telekom (Opp)|
Go KL City Bus – Blue Line & Red Line
The Red Line and Blue Line Go KL buses start from the Jalan Tun Razak bus terminal (formerly known as the Pekeliling bus terminal) for better transit integration.
It is a plan to increase the service’s ridership with increased focus on public destinations.
|Blue Line (20 stops, 12km, 45mins)|
|1.||Terminal Jalan Tun Razak|
|2.||HKL (Jalan Pahang)|
|3.||IPP (Institute for Medical Research)|
|4.||Masjid Kg Baru|
|5.||Sekolah Khas Kg Baru|
|10.||Bukit Bintang (Nearby Monorail)|
|12.||Menara Hap Seng|
|13.||Bukit Nanas (Nearby Monorail)|
|14.||Dang Wangi LRT Station|
|Red Line (21 stops, 13km, 50mins)|
|1.||Terminal Jalan Tun Razak|
|3.||Monorail Chow Kit|
|4.||Pasar Chow Kit|
|7.||Globe Silk Store|
|11.||KTM Kuala Lumpur|
|14.||National Moseum (Muzium Negara)|
The Sri Mahamariamman temple is one of the KL’s attractions you will pass through when using the Go KL City Bus.
Go KL City Bus – FAQs
1. What is Go KL?
Go KL is intended to provide a reliable, affordable, accessible, safe and comfortable “first and last mile” city bus service for private vehicle users, public transport users and tourists in Central Business District (CBD).
Go KL connects users to various places around Kuala Lumpur, such as main office blocks, shopping centres, public transportation hubs, education institutes and tourist attractions.
2. How much will I be charged for riding Go KL?
There will be no charge. Go KL is a free bus service for the time being.
3. How can Go KL benefit the commuters?
Go KL helps users to save money by allowing users to move around KL with no cost. With the availability of park & ride facility, users can reduce the fuel usage of their private vehicles for the day.
Go KL also offers users convenience as the stops are assigned to major shopping malls, business centres and public transport hubs.
In addition, Go KL increases the mobility of KL visitors by reducing the number of private car users in CBD during peak hours. Go KL is eco-friendly since the buses are NGVs, and fewer vehicles in CBD means less carbon footprint.
4. What are the operations hours for all lines?
- Working Day: 6.00am – 11.00pm
- Weekends and Holidays: 7.00am – 11.00pm
5. What is the frequency of Go KL bus?
The frequency for all lines is 5 minutes during peak hours and 10 minutes during non-peak hours.
Working Day – Peak Hours (7.00am – 10.00am & 4.00pm – 8.00pm): Every 5 minutes
Others: Every 10 minutes
6. Can I change between lines?
- Between Blue Line and Red Line at Medan MARA, Puteri Park, and Chow Kit (Jalan Ipoh)
- Between Blue Line and Green Line at Concorde Hotel and Life Centre
- Between Purple Line and Blue Line at Pavillion, Starhill Gallery, Bukit Bintang, Wisma Boustead
- Between Purple, Green, and Blue Line at Pavillion, Starhill Gallery and Bukit Bintang
7. Do I have to book in advance?
No. You can just hop on Go KL bus at any of the stops
8. What are the facilities available on the Go KL bus?
The Go KL bus service can accommodate up to 60 people per bus. Each bus will provide easy accessibility for the disabled, such as wheelchair ramps. Free Wi-Fi is provided for the convenience of tech savvy travelers.
9. Where can I find the latest information on Go KL bus services?
Please check out the moovitapp.com for schedules, routes and stops.
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