Go - KL City Bus
Free Bus Service

In September 2012, the Government introduced Go - KL City Bus, a FREE bus service which is welcome news for both visitors and residents of Kuala Lumpur.

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

The buses, which are disabled-friendly, run at 5 minute intervals at peak periods and every 15 minutes at other times.

They operate from 6am until 11pm.

There are two routes; Green Route and Purple Route, each around 7km in length.

I have plotted the routes onto this Google map so that you can get your bearings. The routes overlap at 5 bus stops where passengers can switch from one route to the other if needed.


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Here is a list of the bus stops and points of interest nearby:

Green Route (KLCC – Bukit Bintang – KLCC)

Stops At:

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

Wisma BSN (for British Council, Zouk Club)

MaTiC (Malaysia Tourism Centre)

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

Hap Seng Tower (Brussels Beer Cafe, Hakka Republic)

The Weld (Shopping, F&B outlets)

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

Pavillion (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)

Raja Chulan Tower (monorail station, hotels, restaurants)

Wisma Rohas Perkasa (Beach Club, Rum Jungle)

Citibank (Ampang Park shopping, Intercontinental Hotel, restaurants)

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

Update as at December 2012

It was announced in December 2012 that the Green Route is to be revised and expanded to 18 stops with the new routing to cover Jalan Imbi, Jalan 1/77B and Changkat Thambi Dollah. Good news for travellers! I shall amend the above map as soon as I have confirmation of the exact locations of the new stops.


Purple Route (Jalan Sultan Muhamad– Bukit Bintang – Jalan Sultan Muhamad)

Stops At:

Central Market Hub (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)

Pavillion (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)

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).



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