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  • Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) of Kuala Lumpur is located far away from the city center, though it is easy to get there from the Central Station
  • I think the only positive point of this terminal is that the domestic and international areas are well separated but they are still under one roof, so it is easy for passengers to transfer from one area to another just on foot
  • Unfortunately, that my check-in desk belonged to the difficult-to-find area
  • At last I found the way after having got information from an officer working at the exposed check-in desk group and another guy in a service kiosk


    • by Pusaka

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      Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) of Kuala Lumpur is located far away from the city center, though it is easy to get there from the Central Station. The cheapest way to get to LCCT is by Air Asia Skybus which costs you around US 2.75 dollars. Taxi fare will be a lot more expensive (US 25 dollars). In terms of size and facilities, this terminal, are sufficient. Basic facilities for passengers such as restaurants and money changers are also there though not so many choices. As in other airports in common, prices of food are not cheap. I tried an Indian food for US 5 dollars which is

      no more than half price in town. I think the only positive point of this terminal is that the domestic and international areas are well separated but they are still under one roof, so it is easy for passengers to transfer from one area to another just on foot. In term of transfer between the two areas, it really reflects the name of the terminal, low cost. There is another positive point (but this applies to all Malaysian airports), you do not need to complete any embarkation/disembarkation card.

      The negative points are, however, so many. The check-in desks are not positioned sequentially, a group is here and another group ...


      • is far away and hidden behind a row of luggage examination machines. Unfortunately, that my check-in desk belonged to the difficult-to-find area. I spent no less than 15 minutes to walk around and try to find some signboards leading to nowhere. At last I found the way after having got information from an officer working at the exposed check-in desk group and another guy in a service kiosk.

        I do not blame the cleanliness of the restroom and the tidiness of the boarding area for this is a low cost terminal. But lack of information center (or at least not easy to find one) is a serious matter. Do

        not expect more than basic facilities in boarding area, there are only rows of seats and nothing more. Similar situation on the upper level, there are only several shops selling magazines and flowers. I think that the management is very successful in making crowd of passengers around in this terminal as it is the main hub for flights to South East Asia and the Far East.

        If you are to fly Air Asia to Vientiane, Phnom Penh, or Jakarta, go directly inside the international area, find the only plastic wrapping kiosk, and turn left through one of the luggage examination machines, and you are heading to correct check-in desk.




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