[EDIT: LCCT has now closed and KUL budget terminal now operates out of klia2. This post remains as a historical record of the old Low Cost Carrier Terminal.]
Kuala Lumpur Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) is the budget airline terminal for Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
LCCT is on the other side of the runway of KLIA, so you can’t walk between the two terminals. There is a shuttle bus that connects KLIA and LCCT if you intend to transfer to a low cost airline.
[LCCT to KLIA shuttle]
The biggest airline at the LCCT is the AirAsia group, with AirAsia, AirAsia X, Indonesia AirAsia and Thai AirAsia operating flights from here. Cebu Pacific and Tiger Airways also fly here.
[AirAsiaX on display]
The LCC Terminal has free wifi.
The terminal might be basic but there is plenty of eating options. There are restaurants, cafes and a basic supermarket inside the terminal, and another food court outside the terminal near the bus stop.
[Food Garden food court]
The cheapest and easiest way to and from KL is with the Skybus or Aerobus, which departs from the bus stop outside the terminal.
Kuala Lumpur Airport Travel Resources
Search for Kuala Lumpur International Airport hotels. A good place to stay is at Tune Hotel klia2.
Research for where to stay in Kuala Lumpur.
Flights to KUL: Compare the cheapest flights with Skyscanner.
12go – Train, Bus, Ferry Travel: Book train and bus tickets from KUL Airport.
World Nomads covers your health and travel belongings. Find out more about why travel insurance is a good idea.
Kuala Lumpur Guide Books: Research KL and Malaysia before you go.
Leave a Reply