Tourists to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city, can visit its various tourists site the cashless way with the just-launched KL PASS.
The city’s mayor, Datuk Mohd Amin Nordin, said at the launch of the pass that it was aimed at providing seamless access to the numerous attractions in and around Kuala Lumpur.
The pass also comes with a complimentary guidebook packed with useful information about the various attractions and instructions to get to them.
Meridian Tourist Access’ managing director, Farouk Nurish, said the KL PASS project cost RM1.2 million (US$271,000) to set up, with another RM1 million expected to be spent.
The company is working on adding public transportation to the cashless solution.
The KL PASS comes in validities of one, three and six days. It is available for purchase online at www.klpass.com, and at various sales outlets in the city and at the KL International Airport.
Note: Opening times may change - you are advised to check with the relevant attraction before you visit. Do check the details of the attraction you wish to visit in the relevant section of the KL PASS Guidebook. Please note that there is no-readmission to any attraction, and admission is subject to the normal terms & conditions of each attraction.
Get it now at www.klpass.com