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REVIEWS

Comfortable

by tashore14 (December, 2015)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Landside
Pros: It's somewhere to sleep.
Cons: Security is getting tighter.


On my most recent occasion of sleeping in KLIA-2, I found that it had gone down in quality. In the past, sleeping was perfectly simple and pleasant. On this occasion, it was more difficult to find somewhere to sleep, without the security staff opposing me. The area between the 'mall' area of the terminal and the actual departures area, is outdoors and the benches fill-up quickly, though this only an option if you can bear the heat. Get in early.

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Kuala Lumpur Airport Review

by web-administrator (October, 2015)


Pros: -
Cons: -


(Guest Review) I had a layover of around 8 hours at KLIA. There are no comfortable seats to have a nap. The departure gates are not announced until the last moment. The lights in most of the areas are too bright. The only hotel inside the airport is exorbitantly priced. The only saving grace was the multiple food options.

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Kuala Lumpur - KLIA2

by web-administrator (February, 2016)


Pros: -
Cons: -


(Guest Review) The ambiance is comforting and excellent as it was new airport. A lot of outlets and shops, it's more like a shopping mall rather than airport. Be alert of your departure gate because the location of the gates, urghhh... be sure to spare at least 1 hour before your international boarding as walking to the gate will take about 30 minutes, not counting the duty-free shopping, eating and whotnot. They do provide free cart shuttle, but it will only get you as far as the security check and not frequent. Due to some problem (*cough*corruption*cough*) during the construction, a lot of the gates near the terminal rendered unusable, so they opted to use the further gates. Same beautiful condition with domestic terminal, only less shops. For smokers on night flight, please bring your nicotine patch. The smoking room is closed at night (I think around 8,9 pm last time I went there in Aug 2015).

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Kuala Lumpur - KLIA2

by web-administrator (December, 2015)


Pros: -
Cons: -


(Guest Review) Airport hotel was fully booked, We slept in the seats of the food court instead and it was uncomfortable. There were no beds in the airport even if there were many seats.

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Kuala Lumpur - Low cost Carrier Transit

by web-administrator (February, 2016)


Pros: -
Cons: -


(Guest Review) I had a nearly ten hour layover that began at midnight. There is a hotel, which books up quickly- book ahead! I had booked a six hour stay, but when I found out my flight was going to be arriving later than originally scheduled, I cancelled thinking it would not be worth the money. I did not find 'quiet rooms' or recliners, but there are lots of places to camp out and many people doing so. I was able to stretch out on the floor in a spot where no one bothered me. The temperature is also comfortable- not too cold or hot. There is a spa that opens in the morning, and I was able to get a shower for about 8.00 (U.S.) Plenty of food options and free wifi which works quite well. They also have places for kids and a sports lounge, and a movie lounge, though I didn't use any of these.

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