In Kuala Lumpur city and its surrounding, also known as the Klang Valley, there is taxis, ride-hailing, buses and rail transport system. The KL rail system consists of the Mass Rail Transit (MRT), Light Rail Transit (LRT), KTM Kommuter and the KL-Monorail. Currently, MyRapid has been assigned by the government to provide an integrated public transport system in the Klang Valley incorporating rail and bus services. You can purchase the MyRapid Travel Card for convenient transportation within KL. You can also plan your journey using the MyRapid Plan My Journey website.
Travelling by LRT
There is a regular bus service which connects the University campus with the rest of the city throughout the day, but note that bus services may be less frequent during the evenings, on Sundays and public holidays. The RapidKL bus No. T789 connects the University with the KL Gateway Universiti LRT Station (Kelana Jaya Line). The Kelana Jaya Line will connect you to KL Sentral station where there is connections for KTM Kommuter, KL Monorail and the KTM inter-city rail service and the Masjid Jamek LRT Station where you’ll be able to transfer to the other LRT line (Ampang & Sri Petaling Line).
The shorter walk to the Department is by taking the RapidKL bus No. T790 from the KL Gateway Universiti LRT Station (Kelana Jaya Line). You will need to stop at the MASHA University bus station and follow the walking path (red-line) to the Department.
Travelling by MRT
If you decide to travel by the Sungai Buluh-Kajang MRT line, stop at the Phelio Damansara Station, take the T815 feeder bus and stop at the MASHA University bus station. You need only to follow the walking path (red line) to the Department.
Travelling by Taxis or Ride-hailing services
You may also travel to the Department by taking either taxis or ride-hailing services. There are currently two main ride-hailing services in Malaysia; i.e., Grab and Uber. When travelling by taxis or ride-hailing services, you should stop at the main entrance of the Faculty of Medicine.
Travelling by Private Vehicle
You can also come to the campus with your own vehicle. However, there are no parking near the Department that is accessible to the student or the public. The map below shows the parking area which is available to the student or the public.
Malaysia Airlines is the flagship carrier of the country and it provides extensive domestic and international networks. While in Malaysia, you may opt for AirAsia the no-frills airline, which also flies to some regional destinations. The cheaper through a much slower way to see the country is to use Malaysian Railways (KTM). This would also be better, as you will be able to enjoy the countryside scenery along the way.