Go - KL City Bus
Free Bus Service

In September 2012, the Government introduced Go - KL City Bus, a convenient FREE bus service for both visitors and residents of Kuala Lumpur. Originally with two routes, the network was expanded in May 2014 with the addition of a further two routes

Comfortable, air-conditioned, pink coloured single-decker buses with FREE WiFi now cruise four circular routes covering many of the main sight-seeing attractions in the heart of the city.

The buses, which are disabled-friendly and eco-friendly (powered by compressed natural gas) run at 5 minute intervals at peak periods (weekdays 7-10am and 4-8pm) and every 10 minutes at other times.

They operate from 6am until 11pm from Monday to Thursday, from 6am to 1am on Friday and Saturday, and from 7am to 11pm on Sundays.

There are four Go - KL City Bus routes; Green Route with 14 stops, Purple Route with 15 stops, Red Route with 19 stops and Blue Route with 17 stops, totalling 65 stops between them.

Where Does the Go - KL City Bus Stop?

Green Route (KLCC – Bukit Bintang)

Stops At:

KLCC   (for Petronas Twin Towers, Suria Mall, Petrosains, Malaysia Philharmonic, Convention Centre, Aquaria)

Angkasaraya (for British Council)

MaTiC (Malaysia Tourism Centre)

Concorde Hotel (Hard Rock Cafe, Shangri-La Hotel, Bukit Nanas Monorail Station)

Life Centre (dining & entertainment hub)

Pavilion (KL's top mall, food court and restaurants) 

Starhill Gallery (more upmarket shopping, restaurants, spas etc)

Bukit Bintang (HSBC Bank, restaurants, bars especially in Changkat Bukit Bintang area, entertainment)

Menara KH (Raja Chulan Monorail Station, hotels, restaurants)

Wisma Rohas Perkasa (Beach Club, Rum Jungle)

Grand Hyatt Hotel 

KL Convention Centre (Aquaria KLCC)

Citibank (Ampang Park shopping, Intercontinental Hotel, restaurants)

Menara Atlan (Kun Yam Thong Temple, hotels, restaurants)

KLCC (back to start)


Purple Route (Pasar Seni - Bukit Bintang )

Stops At:

Pasar Seni (Central Market, Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Guan Di Temple, Chinatown)

Bangkok Bank (KL Heritage Trail, Chinatown, Dataran Merdeka)

Telekom Museum (Telekom Museum, St. John's Cathedral)

Olympia Tower

KL Tower (KL Tower, Bukit Nanas)

The Weld (Shopping, F&B outlets)

Wisma Lim Foo Yong (shopping arcade, Marco Polo restaurant)

Pavilion ( KL's top mall, food court and restaurants, Bintang Walk)

Starhill Gallery (more upmarket shopping, restaurants, spas etc)

Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk, HSBC Bank, restaurants, bars especially in Changkat Bukit Bintang area, entertainment)

Wisma Boustead

Wisma MPL

Bukit Ceylon Junction (St. Andrew's Church)

Telekom Museum opposite (Telekom Museum)

Kota Raya(Kota Raya shopping, Petaling Street market, restaurants, Chinatown, Maybank Numismatic Museum).

Pasar Seni (back to start)


Red Route (KL Sentral - Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman)

KL Sentral (KL’s main railway terminus, Monorail, Nu Sentral shopping mall)

1 Sentral (office tower)

Muzium Negara (National Museum, Planetarium, KL Bird Park)

Masjid Negara (National Mosque, Islamic Museum, Police Museum)

Dataran Merdeka (KL City Gallery, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Textile Museum)

Menara DBKL (Cathedral of St. Mary, Royal Selangor Club)

MARA Building (Sogo Department Store)

Puteri Park (Jalan Raja Laut, shops, hotels)

Chow Kit/Jalan Ipoh (shops, hotels)

Grand Season (Bio-Medical Museum)

Titiwangsa Monorail (LRT, monorail interchange and Jalan Tun Razak bus terminal)

Hospital Damai

Monorail Chow Kit (monorail station, shopping)

Pasar Chow Kit (market, shopping)

Sri Amar (shops, offices, hotels)

Pertama Kompleks (shops, Sogo)

Globe Silk Store (textile shops, Jalan Masjid India)

Coliseum (colonial era restaurant and bar)

Dataran Merdeka (KL City Gallery, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Textile Museum)

Dayabumi (offices, Central Post Office, Central Market)

KTM Kuala Lumpur (old KL Railway Station, Majestic Hotel)

KL Sentral (back to start)


Blue Route (Medan MARA - Bukit Bintang)

MARA Building (Sogo Department Store)

Puteri Park (Jalan Raja Laut, shops, hotels)

Chow Kit/Jalan Ipoh (shops, hotels)

Grand Season (Bio-Medical Museum)

Titiwangsa Monorail (LRT, monorail interchange and Jalan Tun Razak bus terminal)

HKL Jalan Pahang (Kuala Lumpur Hospital)

IPP (Institute for Medical Research, Bio-Medical Museum)

Masjid Kampung Baru (Kampung Baru)

Sekolah Khas Kg Baru

Concorde Hotel (Hard Rock Cafe, Shangri-La Hotel, Bukit Nanas Monorail Station)

Life Centre (dining & entertainment hub)

Pavilion (KL's top mall, food court and restaurants, Bintang Walk

Starhill Gallery (more upmarket shopping, restaurants, spas etc)

Bukit Bintang (HSBC Bank, restaurants, bars especially in Changkat Bukit Bintang area, entertainment)

Wisma Boustead

Hap Seng Tower (Brussels Beer Cafe, Hakka Republic)

Bukit Nanas (KL Forest Eco Park, KL Tower)

LRT Dang Wangi

Menara AIA (offices)

Munshi Abdullah (offices)

MARA Building (back to start)


Tip

Being a free service means that the buses can get very busy especially at peak hours. Around 85% of the users are estimated to be Malaysians travelling to and from work. If you are a tourist it is better to avoid the rush hour crush and travel at off-peak hours.


You can keep up-to-date of any changes to Go KL City Bus services by taking a look at their official website.


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