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KLIA2 Review

by web-administrator (April, 2016)


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(Guest Review) This new terminal in KL was designed for optimized passenger inconvenience. The corridors to the gates are narrow just after security and get wider towards the last gates. There is a mandatory 120 meter long handicap ramp at every single gate and the ramp is too narrow for anyone to get past slow passengers. The walking distance to the gates is incredible and the travellators make up less than 10 of the distance. I cannot believe anyone has said anything nice about KLIA2...

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Kuala Lumpur Airport Review

by web-administrator (May, 2016)


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(Guest Review) The seats at the main hall (checking area) are limited, toilet are wet all time.

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Sleeping and having a bath in KLIA 1/Terminal M

by ekoradesna (April, 2016)


Reason for Stay: Other
Where: Landside
Pros: Drinking water, bath room with shower and sleeping places
Cons: Very difficult to find and no train/bus to KLCC after 23.00


- Drinking water tap can be found at the lowest floor to the right behind the airline offices - Bath room with shower can be found near the same location although its only cold water and the sprayer is broken, no problem - Sleeping places are benches at the 5th floor near the viewing area. Some are at the 4th and 3rd floor but the best is at the 5th floor

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Horrible toilets

by web-administrator (April, 2016)


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(Guest Review) Worst toilets I have seen at any airport. You couldn't even pass outside them, so smelly. Inside was horrible. Dirty, unkept, untidy and smelled like hell. Would prefer another airport next time. And no vegetarian food anywhere!

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Lots of people and nice carpets

by web-administrator (March, 2016)


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(Guest Review) I arrived very late in Kuala Lumpur at KLIA2 and decided to stay for the night. As soon as you get in the arrival hall, two sections behind glass partitions have very nice carpeted floors. These spots are very popular and were all taken when I got there. So I went further into the mall where the stores and shops were on the same level and found a carpeted corridor where a few people were already sleeping. I slept until 5am when a security guard had to wake everybody up with a whistle because the mall was officially opening. I went back towards the arrivals hall and realized the area behind the glass partition is available past 5am for sleep and therefore is a much better place. Overall it was a pretty good experience and I felt quite safe since many people were in the same situation as me.

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