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Flight from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur

Flying to Kuala Lumpur

Things to know before you go
Cheapest one-way flight
RM 76.79
Cheapest round-trip flight
RM 103.04
Cheapest month to fly
February
Shortest flight duration

1 hr(s), 5 mins

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AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)
Friday, 12 Jul 2024
RM 76.79
Batik Air (Malaysia)
Thursday, 04 Jul 2024
RM 80.00
Malaysia Airlines
Tuesday, 16 Jul 2024
RM 99.00
Firefly, AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2024
RM 140.12
Firefly, Batik Air (Malaysia)
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2024
RM 142.12
Batik Air (Malaysia), AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)
Wednesday, 03 Jul 2024
RM 152.75
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia), Malaysia Airlines
Monday, 15 Jul 2024
RM 160.63
Firefly
Thursday, 18 Jul 2024
RM 179.12
Firefly, Malaysia Airlines
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2024
RM 181.12
Batik Air (Malaysia), Malaysia Airlines
Saturday, 22 Jun 2024
RM 306.24

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a flight ticket from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur?
Planning to take off from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur? Grab your ticket on Traveloka with prices starting from RM 80.00, along with additional discounts & promos that can be found on our promo page.
How early should I get to the airport for a domestic & international flight?
For domestic flights, we recommend arriving at the airport at least 2 hours before your scheduled departure time. For international flights, aim to be at the airport at least 3 hours prior to ensure smooth check-in, security checks, and to account for any unexpected delays. It’s better to be early and relaxed than rushing at the last minute right?
When is the best time to buy airline tickets?
Timing is everything when it comes to grabbing airline tickets. Typically, it’s best to book around 4-6 weeks in advance for domestic flights and 2-3 months for international routes. But the prices also depend on the travel demand, seasonality, and major events. You can always monitor the fare trends on Traveloka and set alerts to catch the best deals or promotions!
What is the cheapest day to fly to Kuala Lumpur?
Looking for the best deals to Kuala Lumpur? Historically, midweek flights (particularly on Tuesdays and Wednesdays), tend to be cheaper due to lower demand. However, airfares can fluctuate so we recommend keeping an eye on flight prices and being flexible with your travel dates. Booking in advance can be one the hacks to travel to Kuala Lumpur without breaking the bank!
What information do I need to know when booking a flight?
When booking a flight, every choice sets the tone for your trip. From the preferred flight route – be it direct or with layovers – to the in-flight experience – whether you opt for a standard economy seat or a luxurious first-class journey – and understanding baggage limits, there's a lot to weigh. Other considerations include travel insurance and the airline's booking policies.
How far in advance should I book an international flight?
For international flights, it’s wise to start your search about 5-6 months ahead with the optimal booking window being around 3-4 months before departure. This period often provides a balance between good fares and a reasonable choice of flight times and routes. But please note that several factors such as destination popularity, peak travel season, and regional major events can influence the timeline.
Do I need a passport and visa to fly between Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur?
Traveling from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur typically requires specific documents. For international flights, a passport is almost always necessary. However, for domestic flights, neither a passport nor a visa is usually required, but an official ID will be needed. The necessity of a visa depends on the traveler's citizenship and Kuala Lumpur's entry regulations. It's crucial to verify visa requirements, as rules can differ between countries.
Why should I book my flight with Traveloka?
Booking flight tickets with Traveloka can feel like diving into an ocean of options! Our platform provides the most comprehensive choices to ensure you find the perfect flight for your adventure. With our smooth booking process, you'll also be provided with a variety of payment methods. Anxious about transacting online? We've got you covered with our top-tier security for each transaction! With Traveloka, your flight booking journey becomes hassle-free!
How long does it take to fly from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur?
1 hour(s) and 5 minutes is the shortest flight time from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur.

Flight from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur

As the plane takes off from Langkawi Island, you will be greeted by the scenic views of Langkawi’s lush rainforest and turquoise water. And once you slowly get closer to Kuala Lumpur, you will start to be able to get a glimpse of Kuala Lumpur's iconic Petronas Twin Towers. 

Kuala Lumpur is one of the popular tourist locations, especially around Asia. Because it is the capital, of course the transportation is much more advanced with a lot of options. In Traveloka you could book your flight with airlines such as Air Asia, Batik Air, Malaysia Airlines and Firefly. There are also popular accommodations such as JW Marriott Hotel, Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur. As for the top attraction there are The Petronas Twin towers as well as the tallest twin building in the world, Pavilion Mega-Mall which is housing a multiple local brand to high end brands like Charles & Keith, Hermes, Kate Spade and more. 

Now it is time for you to plan for your flight from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur. 

Airports that are available from Langkawi to KL

The one and only commercial airport on the island of Langkawi that serves passengers all around Malaysia including Kuala Lumpur is the Langkawi International Airport (LGK). While in Kuala Lumpur, you are offered two options of Airport that you could choose for your arrival in Kuala Lumpur. One is the main International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, which is Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) and the other one is the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB) which is a smaller airport but located closer to the center of Kuala Lumpur. 

Please be reminded that flight schedules and routes might differ at any time. Kindly check for more updated information with relevant airlines or on their official airport sources.

Best time to visit Kuala Lumpur

The climate in Kuala Lumpur is a tropical rainforest climate where it is usually pretty humid and hot. The usual temperature is about 25 degree celsius, but when it gets hot it could rise to 35 degree celsius. The best time you can consider when visiting Kuala Lumpur is around July to August because it should be less rainy than usual and the weather is not that hot either. On the other hand, around October to December are the month’s where it rains quite a lot which is perfect for you who wants to have some staycation and enjoy indoor entertainment because usually it is less crowded rather than around July to August.

What to see and What to do in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia, here you can find various activities and attractions that you can explore. Here are some interesting things to do in Kuala Lumpur 

1. Petronas Twin Towers

one of the most iconic landmarks in Malaysia. Having the height as tall as 451,9 meters, It is a twin structure that is majestic during the day and blinding during night. Now famous for its outstanding photo spots, Petronas Twin Towers also holds a record as the world’s tallest twin building in the world.

2. Genting Highland

a popular destination for years. After being known as the world at the top of the cloud, the place has gained its popularity from resorts, casinos, restaurants, theme parks, gardens, shopping malls and more. Besides, Genting Highland is located on a hill which makes it perfect as a vacation spot for those who want to take a relaxing, calming ambience of nature.

3. Pavilion KL

One of the biggest malls ever in Kuala Lumpur. Located at the center of Kuala Lumpur itself, it is a luxurious mall that is very successful in blending the international retail with local retailers that consists of fashion, food and urban leisure. It has more than 700 stores in one massive building and is decorated with The Pavilion Crystal Fountain on the main entrance. 

4. Jalan Alor

The bustling street is filled with a variety of stalls that offer a wide array of food options. Jalan Alor is home to not only restaurants but also small stalls selling delicious snacks like dimsum, roti canai and even musang king. People often visit to indulge in Malaysian street food and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.

5. Batu Caves

Being said to be over 400 million- year-old limestone hill, Batu Caves is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur. Located in Gombak district, Batu caves also serves as a religious site for Hindu worshippers where a temple is built on top of 272 steps of beautiful rainbow stairs and is well known for its annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam.

Some tips before going to Kuala Lumpur

First of all, Kuala Lumpur has quite humid and hot weather which is recommended for you to bring comfortable clothes where you will be moving around a lot from one place to another. If you plan on visiting a number of religious sites, don’t forget to bring a modest outfit with shoulders and knees covered. Another must-bring item would be sunscreen to protect your skin from the heat of the sun, and an umbrella where no one would be able to predict the weather, it is a precaution if there is a sudden downpour. 

You might also want to prepare cash beforehand, where Kuala Lumpur is a city that houses numerous stalls who accept card payments, but there are still other smaller local stalls that only accept cash for their payments. 

How to get Cheap Tickets from Langkawi to KL with Traveloka

  • For the very first step, you could install Traveloka apps on your phone if you don’t want to open the Traveloka website manually every single time. And don’t forget to sign up.
  • Don’t hold your book for too long. It would be much cheaper if you book a flight, minimum about 2 weeks until 1 month before your departure dates. 
  • Sign up the price alerts, so they could give you the notification as the price drops
  • Travel during off season, because it would be much cheaper during that time.
  • Monitor for the deals and promotion especially in Traveloka because Traveloka often gives offers that might catch your attention. Especially when you often use Traveloka for your booking, you will get some points that can give you some cut on your payments. 

Now what are you waiting for? Come and let’s book your flights with Traveloka!

As the plane takes off from Langkawi Island, you will be greeted by the scenic views of Langkawi’s lush rainforest and turquoise water. And once you slowly get closer to Kuala Lumpur, you will start to be able to get a glimpse of Kuala Lumpur's iconic Petronas Twin Towers. 

Kuala Lumpur is one of the popular tourist locations, especially around Asia. Because it is the capital, of course the transportation is much more advanced with a lot of options. In Traveloka you could book your flight with airlines such as Air Asia, Batik Air, Malaysia Airlines and Firefly. There are also popular accommodations such as JW Marriott Hotel, Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur. As for the top attraction there are The Petronas Twin towers as well as the tallest twin building in the world, Pavilion Mega-Mall which is housing a multiple local brand to high end brands like Charles & Keith, Hermes, Kate Spade and more. 

Now it is time for you to plan for your flight from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur. 

Airports that are available from Langkawi to KL

The one and only commercial airport on the island of Langkawi that serves passengers all around Malaysia including Kuala Lumpur is the Langkawi International Airport (LGK). While in Kuala Lumpur, you are offered two options of Airport that you could choose for your arrival in Kuala Lumpur. One is the main International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, which is Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) and the other one is the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB) which is a smaller airport but located closer to the center of Kuala Lumpur. 

Please be reminded that flight schedules and routes might differ at any time. Kindly check for more updated information with relevant airlines or on their official airport sources.

Best time to visit Kuala Lumpur

The climate in Kuala Lumpur is a tropical rainforest climate where it is usually pretty humid and hot. The usual temperature is about 25 degree celsius, but when it gets hot it could rise to 35 degree celsius. The best time you can consider when visiting Kuala Lumpur is around July to August because it should be less rainy than usual and the weather is not that hot either. On the other hand, around October to December are the month’s where it rains quite a lot which is perfect for you who wants to have some staycation and enjoy indoor entertainment because usually it is less crowded rather than around July to August.

What to see and What to do in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia, here you can find various activities and attractions that you can explore. Here are some interesting things to do in Kuala Lumpur 

1. Petronas Twin Towers

one of the most iconic landmarks in Malaysia. Having the height as tall as 451,9 meters, It is a twin structure that is majestic during the day and blinding during night. Now famous for its outstanding photo spots, Petronas Twin Towers also holds a record as the world’s tallest twin building in the world.

2. Genting Highland

a popular destination for years. After being known as the world at the top of the cloud, the place has gained its popularity from resorts, casinos, restaurants, theme parks, gardens, shopping malls and more. Besides, Genting Highland is located on a hill which makes it perfect as a vacation spot for those who want to take a relaxing, calming ambience of nature.

3. Pavilion KL

One of the biggest malls ever in Kuala Lumpur. Located at the center of Kuala Lumpur itself, it is a luxurious mall that is very successful in blending the international retail with local retailers that consists of fashion, food and urban leisure. It has more than 700 stores in one massive building and is decorated with The Pavilion Crystal Fountain on the main entrance. 

4. Jalan Alor

The bustling street is filled with a variety of stalls that offer a wide array of food options. Jalan Alor is home to not only restaurants but also small stalls selling delicious snacks like dimsum, roti canai and even musang king. People often visit to indulge in Malaysian street food and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.

5. Batu Caves

Being said to be over 400 million- year-old limestone hill, Batu Caves is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur. Located in Gombak district, Batu caves also serves as a religious site for Hindu worshippers where a temple is built on top of 272 steps of beautiful rainbow stairs and is well known for its annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam.

Some tips before going to Kuala Lumpur

First of all, Kuala Lumpur has quite humid and hot weather which is recommended for you to bring comfortable clothes where you will be moving around a lot from one place to another. If you plan on visiting a number of religious sites, don’t forget to bring a modest outfit with shoulders and knees covered. Another must-bring item would be sunscreen to protect your skin from the heat of the sun, and an umbrella where no one would be able to predict the weather, it is a precaution if there is a sudden downpour. 

You might also want to prepare cash beforehand, where Kuala Lumpur is a city that houses numerous stalls who accept card payments, but there are still other smaller local stalls that only accept cash for their payments. 

How to get Cheap Tickets from Langkawi to KL with Traveloka

  • For the very first step, you could install Traveloka apps on your phone if you don’t want to open the Traveloka website manually every single time. And don’t forget to sign up.
  • Don’t hold your book for too long. It would be much cheaper if you book a flight, minimum about 2 weeks until 1 month before your departure dates. 
  • Sign up the price alerts, so they could give you the notification as the price drops
  • Travel during off season, because it would be much cheaper during that time.
  • Monitor for the deals and promotion especially in Traveloka because Traveloka often gives offers that might catch your attention. Especially when you often use Traveloka for your booking, you will get some points that can give you some cut on your payments. 

Now what are you waiting for? Come and let’s book your flights with Traveloka!

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