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Bas Dari Penang ke Kuala Lumpur


    Nikmati diskaun setiap kali anda menempah tiket dengan kami
    Lebih 17 juta pelanggan yang berpuas hati seluruh dunia
    Lebih dari 80 operator bus menghubungi lebih 800 laluan seluruh Malaysia dan Singapura
    Ubah tarikh dan masa perjalanan anda dengan mudah
  • KPB Ekspress
  • GJG Express
  • KKKL Express
  • Transnasional
  • Alya Xpress

Jadual Bas dan Harga Penang ke Kuala Lumpur

Pengendali Bas Bas Pertama Bas Terakhir Tempoh  
KPB Ekspress 06:30 23:59 5 jam 31 minit HARGA PANDANGAN

Take a Bus ride from Penang to Kuala Lumpur

The State of Penang is located in the north-western region of Peninsular Malaysia. This city was founded by the British East India Company and had a rich cultural history. It is majorly divided into two parts; the Penang Island and Seberang Perai. George Town is the Penang State capital city which is also home to some of the marvelous monuments, including the Fort Cornwallis, the ornate Chinese clan house Khoo Kongsi and the Kapitan Keling Mosque. It is one of the most beautiful places in Malaysia that is also Pearl of the Orient and is famous for its sandy beaches.

It takes around four to five hours to reach Kuala Lumpur from Penang via road. One of the easiest and most convenient ways to travel is by booking a Penang to Kl bus using trusted bus service providers like redBus. The total distance between Penang to Kl is roughly around 325 KMs; this differs depending upon the exact route taken by you and your pick-up and drop-off destinations. You can easily book a Penang to Kl bus online using redBus and get a chance to choose from multiple bus operators and types of buses for your route on a single platform. Generally, a bus ticket from Penang to Kl will cost you in the range of 30 to 40 MYR.

There are 16 bus operators on this route and buses are available every 30 minutes at night and day. 188 daily buses ply between Penang and Kuala Lumpur. The most famous operators are GJG Express and KKKL Express on the route.

Penang to Kuala Lumpur bus Details

You will find some of the most beautiful and underrated tourist spots in Malaysia. The Penang state has a lot of marvellous tourist attractions to offer that will keep you amazed. Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, invites tourists from all across the world and most of them are looking for offbeat destinations to enjoy serenity and history of this terrific nation. Bus transportation is a preferred choice among travellers, especially for those on a low budget. It can be hard to find a reliable and trustworthy bus operator in an unknown destination. redBus helps you find the best bus from Penang to Kl and the most reliable and trustworthy bus operators.

Popular Bus Operators & Bus Types

Numerous bus operators are serving with redBus for the Penang to Kl route. You can easily book a Penang to Kl bus with these bus operators for the most comfortable and safe travel experience. You can also book an Aeroline Penang to Kl bus. Some of the most popular bus operators for this route are mentioned below.

penang to Kuala Lumpur Bus Operators

  • Maraliner
  • KPB Ekspress
  • Quickliner Express
  • KKKL Express
  • Konsortium Malaysia
  • GJG Express
  • Alya Xpress
  • Supernice Grassland
  • Rhino Airiel Express

Some of the most commonly offered buses by these bus operators for the Penang to Kuala Lumpur bus route includes the Double Decker (2+1) & the Executive (2+1).

Amenities Offered

All the buses offered on the redBus portal are from some of the most trusted and reliable bus operators in Malaysia. They aim to provide the most convenient and safe travel experience to the passengers. The buses are equipped with all the necessary amenities required to make the travel experience as comfortable as possible. Some of the commonly offered amenities include the following.

  • Charging Point
  • WiFi
  • Reading Light
  • USB Port
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • CCTV


Boarding & Drop-off Points

Some of the most common boarding points that are used by the majority of the bus operators serving the Penang to Kuala Lumpur route include the following.

  • Penang Sentral
  • Sungai Nibong
  • Chai Leng Park- Caltex
  • Penang Komtar
  • Juru Toll

Some of the mainstream drop-off location lists include the following.

  • Hentian Duta
  • Kl Sentral
  • Terminal Ktm
  • Terminal Bersepadu Selatan

Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

The capital city of Malaysia is a tourist hub and invites people from all over the world for some mesmerizing and memorable travel experience. Kuala Lumpur has a lot to offer for the travellers and locals alike. Some of the most popular places that you should visit include Petronas Towers, Menara KL Tower, Chinatown, Batu Caves, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, Aquaria KLCC, etc. You can also explore the central market and buy some locally produced items.

Tips for Booking a Penang to Kuala Lumpur bus

The easiest way to make your bus ticket bookings online is by using the redBus application or website. It’s easy to use interface makes the booking process self-intuitive and leaves no room for any error. You just have to visit the redBus portal, choose your pick-up and drop off destinations in the “From” & “To” section and enter your date of the journey before you click “Search”. You will be provided with numerous bus options to choose from, and you can even choose your seat in the next step. After entering your details, including name, email and contact number, you will need to verify your contact details using an OTP. The last step is to make the payment and confirm your booking.  

redBus Safety+

Introducing Safety+, a new way to ensure that your bus travel is safe and devoid of potential infection. This feature allows bus operators to showcase their adherence to all Covid-19 guidelines as suggested by the Malaysian government.

Safety+ also allows users to identify bus services that follow all Covid-19 measures in their buses to ensure long-distance safer bus travel. This is in addition to spatial distancing measures taken by redBus with respect to the number of passengers and the distance between them in a bus.

All buses tagged with the Safety+ sign are disinfected after every trip, have drivers and staff that wear masks and gloves at all times, and have hand sanitizers installed in them. Users are also expected to maintain social distancing, wear masks and observe personal hygiene, and travel only if needed.

To enjoy the bus ride and to have a hassle-free journey in Malaysia, book your tickets with redBus.


Disclaimer: Bus timings, routes, and fares are subject to change. Please check the redBus app or website for any last-minute changes. 

Bas Penang ke Kuala Lumpur

Perjalanan dengan bas dari Penang untuk Kuala Lumpur yang disiapkan dalam masa bergantung pada lalu lintas dan keadaan cuaca Malaysia. Terdapat banyak bas yang berlari di antara Penang untuk Kuala Lumpur.

Imej Pengendali Bas Terunggul



    • 6, Jalan Pantai, 12000 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang.
    • Chai Leng Park - Caltex
    • Komtar Penang. (Emergency Contact Number: 011-26511176 / 019-4503090) ***For Depature on Komtar, Free shuttle van going to Bus terminal. Van plate number PKA 1815 and driver contact: 0164098071.
    • Penang komtar
    • Penang Sentral
    • Sungai Nibong

    Kuala Lumpur

    • Hentian duta
    • KL Sentral
    • Kl Sentral
    • Kl sentral
    • KL Sentral Bus Terminal (Emergency Contact Number: 011-26511176 / 019-4503090)
    • Persiaran Tuanku
    • TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan)
    • Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)
    • Terminal Bersepadu Selatan
    • Terminal KTM (Old Railway Station)

    Beli tiket bas pada harga terbaik di redBus

    Kini anda boleh menempah tiket dalam talian dari Penang ke Kuala Lumpur di Tawaran-tawaran daripada redBus tersedia dari semasa ke semasa apabila menempah bas. Lalui prosedur penempahan yang selamat dan mengembara dengan penuh selesa.

    Soalan Lazim

    Q-1 ) Bagaimanakah saya boleh membuat tempahan tiket bas dalam talian di Malaysia?

    A: Anda boleh menempah bas pilihan anda ke mana-mana destinasi di Malaysia dengan log masuk ke laman web rasmi redBus . Laman ini mesra pengguna dan anda boleh menempah tiket bas anda dalam masa beberapa minit sahaja.

    Q-2 ) Bagaimana cara untuk saya menempah bas dari Penang ke Kuala Lumpur?

    A: Anda boleh melawat terminal atau pergi terus ke kaunter tiket pengendali bas pilihan anda, menunggu giliran, pilih tempat duduk, dan menempah tiket anda. Jika anda tidak suka berbuat demikian, anda boleh melawat dan menempah tempat duduk anda dalam masa 5 minit.

    Q-3 ) Adakah saya perlu mencetak tiket sebelum menaiki bas??

    A: Terdapat dua situasi utama yang mungkin berlaku apabila anda ingin menaiki bas. Sekiranya tempat menaiki bas adalah di mana-mana terminal di Malaysia, penumpang akan mencetak tiket dari salinan tiket bas yang dihantar ke e-mel dalam format PDF. Situasi kedua pula adalah apabila tempat menaiki bas anda adalah di perhentian bas dan bukan terminal. Dalam situasi ini, anda akan menerima M-Tiket yang perlu anda tunjuk sebagai bukti sebelum menaiki bas. Jika pengendali tidak menyediakan M-Tiket, anda perlu mengambil cetakan tiket (PDF) yang telah dihantar ke ID e-mel berdaftar yang telah anda gunakan untuk menempah tiket bas di laman web redBus. Sesetengah pengendali mungkin mengenakan caj sekiranya syarat-syarat ini tidak diikuti.

    Q-4 ) Bolehkah saya jadualkan perjalanan selepas saya menempah tiket?

    A: Ya, boleh. Walaubagaimanapun, ciri ini terhad kepada hanya beberapa pengendali bas di Malaysia. Tekan butang penjadualan semula sebelum anda membuat tempahan tiket.

    Q-5 ) Bagaimanakah cara untuk saya membuat bayaran tiket bas di laman web redBus?

    A: Terdapat pelbagai mod pembayaran ditawarkan kepada pelanggan. Pelanggan boleh membayar melalui kad kredit, kad debit, atau mereka juga boleh memilih mana-mana bank yang disenaraikan apabila anda mengklik “FPX (Pemindahan Bank Dalam Talian Malaysia).

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