GO KL City Bus

GO KL City Bus, Kuala Lumpur: Address, Phone Number, GO KL City Bus Reviews: 4.5/5

GO KL City Bus
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  • KL Sentral • 2 min walk
  • Tun Sambanthan • 9 min walk
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jhon
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia10 contributions
Jan 2022 • Family
Now changed ,new team Gokl blue line. Firsty just wanna saying ,thank for all your service ,free charge and all of your so kind /helpful person. BUT should be learning from old team blue line who drive the car is right time(on time).....NOT IN TIME please. We need on time..
..all of your like same play drive to car 😂😂😂 .please follow the time (on time) if you same play want to drive (drive a toy car)..any way thank for all of you..if.you don't know timing please following to (red line gokl)😂.
Written 18 January 2022
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Daniel J
1 contribution
Sep 2021 • Friends
Bus driver very rude, he’s being mean to customer almost stuck my friend leg at the bus door.
Bus plate(WB 7284 P) driver name Munshi Abdullah.
Very terrible!!
Written 23 September 2021
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Homing_Pigeon1
Cuneo, Italy362 contributions
Feb 2021
I had no idea that even a bus service like GoKL could be reviewed. So when I found out the big amount of reviews, I had some fun browsing through the worst reviews (1 dot), just to see what people have to complain about when you’re getting a FREE service.

I’m not a passing-by tourist. I happen to use the GoKL bus mainly over the weekend, to go around downtown. It may occasionally happen to have not the best of driver (only once, really a brusque driving style, better be seated or you risk falling on the floor), it’s not Japan, so you can’t expect the buses to be punctual by the minute. Other than that, for what is worth given the special times we are living (no tourists around at all, thanks Covid 19 for the misery you are putting in the whole world!), here’s my experience.

The social distancing is respected and taken care of. To get on the bus you need to scan the MySejahtera app, which checks where everybody has been. No smartphone? There’s a booklet where each passenger has to fill his details (left totally to the honesty of the people). You can download and print a map of the five lines (orange, blue, green, red, purple) so to know where each one goes, where do they cross each other or other public transport means, and where all the stops are. Drivers are mainly supposed to drive competently, and not to smile to possibly grumpy tourists with expectations. Nevertheless, if you have the simple courtesy to thank them when you get off the bus, the chances of getting a smile back increase exponentially. Buses are airconditioned, like any other mean of transportation except bikes and motorbikes. If you don’t like it (as I do) search a point or a seat where you are not directly under the blow of frozen air. A bus stays clean as long as the people travelling in it behave like civilized persons and not pigs. Just saying, in the last few months I never happened to find a single piece of trash on any of the buses. Is the quality of the average passenger improved? There’s a good free Wi-fi signal (with no catches, no need to register to any site, nor to drop you personal info somewhere) on board all the buses. You can even download free e-books while on, if you feel like reading rather than looking around thru the windows. All in all, it’s a nice and relaxed way to go around downtown KL and see quite some landmarks too.

And don’t forget this main feature: it’s FREE.
Written 1 March 2021
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Rtx I
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2 contributions
Jan 2021 • Friends
The behavior of most drivers is very bad. Free bus misbehaves with customers. Used before them, gave humanitarian training days later gave driver training.(Blue Line)
Written 5 January 2021
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PAALAY
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia66 contributions
Jan 2020
its not just a BUS, its a guide , sitting inside is like you are on tour of MALAYSIA with best guide available
Written 19 August 2020
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Manis Chen
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia387 contributions
Aug 2020
from istana hotel, for example, you can get three routes(lines), to pasar seni (red line), to titiwangsa (blue line) and to klcc (green line). however, make sure you read the route name before you board your bus as all buses of the same color!
Written 3 August 2020
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Apoorv Jain
Ghaziabad, India30 contributions
Nov 2019
The buses are easy to travel and have the facility of free wifi. This is one of the best thing I found during my visit. Though the area covered is very less, but If you are a tourist this is the best for you.
Written 11 July 2020
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The Travelling Ambivert
London, UK267 contributions
Nov 2019
I absolutely love that there is a free transport system for local workers and tourists alike within the KL area. I recommend all tourists grab a map of the route and get familiar with the area they're staying in.
Written 25 March 2020
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IRHS
Rochester191 contributions
Feb 2020
I used the bus system almost all the time. There was a stop close to my hotel and it was easy to use. It did sometimes get a little crowded, but you never had to wait long for a bus.
Written 8 March 2020
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Heli P
Helsinki, Finland5,373 contributions
Feb 2020
The locals have taken to the free bus circling KL on five colour coded routes, some tourists can squeeze in too. The Green line does an 8 shaped round from Petronas to Pavilion and is often stuck in traffic. Purple line overlaps its other loop and travels further to Pasar Seni, Central market, the starting point is at the corner of Chinatown. Red line operates on the opposite side of these two connecting KL Sentral railway station to Titiwangsa park and monorail. Blue line does the Pavilion loop too and continues to Hospital KL, where you can change to a new Orange line for National Art Museum and Istana Budaya building.
Written 1 March 2020
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