Peninsula Malaysia transport network is diverse with extensive roadways stretching over 63,445km, including 1,630km of expressways. Its main highway extends over 800km, from the Thai border all the way to Singapore.
Buses and taxis are most popular form of transportation. Express buses and regional buses connect many towns and cities to each other. Buses connecting towns and cities charge fares according to the distance covered.
Taxi Services - This is the most widely and easily available form of transport. City taxies operate by meter and may be hired from taxi stands, hailed by roadside or through a radiophone paging system. There are also minivan-type taxis for carrying larger parties.
Light Rail Transit (LRT) and KL Monorail provide inner-city public transportation for Kuala Lumpur, serving businesses, hotels and shopping districts, and also major parts of greater Kuala Lumpur. Fares are more affordable than taxis and will link-up with other LRT and train networks at KL Sentral.
East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) is well-connected to Peninsula Malaysia via frequent flights to various cities. Flights are provided by Malaysia Airlines (MAS), AirAsia and Firefly. MAS operates flights from several countries to major airports in East Malaysia, including Kuching International Airport (Sarawak) and Kota Kinabalu International Airport (Sabah).
Public transport (buses and taxis), charter and rental services are also conveniently available in Sabah and Sarawak.
The Pan Borneo Highway connects Sabah and Sarawak as well as Brunei.