- English (United States)
There is free city patrol bus “GOKL”as the service that Malaysia does for a tourist invitation.
It is a splendid thing that a Malaysian nation performs such a policy positively.
Because anyone can get on a bus, not only the tourist but also the local person uses a bus.
There are 4 routes of the purple,green,red,and blue.
Purple Line and Green Line started first and gave a service. 2 lines of a blue line and the red line seemed to be added in 2014.
In all routes, the color of the vehicle of the bus is purple.In a beginning, I thought the red line to be a red vehicle and have looked for a red vehicle.
When I did ３-day Kuala Lumpur sightseeing, I went on Green Line to a pavilion from bus stop “KLCC” of the Petronas twin tower. In addition, I changed to a blue line on red line on the way from the KL central and went down in Bukit Bintang. It was very convenient.
I printed out the route map which I checked beforehand. However, bus stops increased, and contents seemed to be updated. As a result, I took a picture of route map.
＊It is spread in a click
Official site of GOKL
Monday – Thursday : 6.00am-11.00pm
Friday – Saturday : 6.00am-1.00am
Sunday : 7.00am-11.00am
It is written in the official site, “We usually operate buses at an interval for ten minutes at an interval for five minutes frequently”. However, I waited in the KL central for a little over 20 minutes.
One lap of time required
Green Line : 45min
Purple Line : 60min
Blue Line : 45min
Red Line : 60min