Directions to SkyPark Terminal from Kuala Lumpur Sentral
Distance: approximately 24 km
Duration: 30 minutes off-peak hours

The SkyPark shuttle bus service officially commenced on 11 October 2013 for the convenience of our passengers, customers and workforce.

The shuttle bus bays are located on the outer lane just outside the Arrival Hall exits.

This shuttle buses connect you from SkyPark Terminal to KL Sentral or SkyPark Terminal to KLIA/KLIA 2.

Tickets can be purchased either at the KL City Bus counter located at the Transport Facility Counter or onboard the bus.

Trans MVS’s services is no longer available.

Download the leaflet for bus routes, fares and schedules:

Bus To KL Sentral 1

Rent a car with Hertz Car Rental and enjoy attractive and affordable rates from the most economical to top-of-the-range luxury limos.

Hertz Car Rental 
Online reservation :
Phone : 03-7843 0223/7842 2445

At SkyPark, passengers can opt for our budget taxi or executive taxi service, available at the Transport Facility Counter:

Budget Taxi – 03-7847 4782

Executive Taxi – 016 332 9573

At SkyPark, we provide ample parking space, be it at the Open Parking Bays adjacent to the Terminal, the Premier Parking lots along the terminal building or our Valet Parking service at the Terminal entrances.

Charges are as follows with additional charge of 6% GST :

OPEN CARPARK BAYS – these bays are located across the street from the Terminal
1st hour : RM3.00
Every subsequent hour : RM3.00
Lost Ticket : RM80.00 per day

1st hour : RM5.00
Every subsequent hour : RM5.00
Lost Ticket : RM130.00 per day

First Two (2) hours  : RM16.00
Every subsequent hour : RM6.00
Lost of Ticket: RM150.00 per day


The SkyPark Link is a train service from KL Sentral to the SkyPark Terminal, which is located 300m from the main Subang SkyPark airport terminal. This rail link is a catalyst for the development of the Malaysian International Aviation Centre (MIAC) and SkyPark as a major logistic hub in the region by effectively linking rail, road and air facilities, thus rendering SkyPark Subang as an integrated multimodal transport hub.