Bus times from Hat Yai to Kuala Lumpur

By bus it takes 8 to 9 hours to travel from Hat Yai in Thailand to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. You can also fly direct from Hat Yai to Kuala Lumpur with Thai AirAsia.

Bus Timetable from Hat Yai to Kuala Lumpur

Hat Yai - Kuala Lumpur ฿ 577–773 8h 18m – 13h 44m
  •   Express 09:00, 09:01, 10:30, 11:00, 13:00, 18:30
  •   VIP 09:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:30, 19:00
  •   VIP 24 12:30
Hat Yai - Kuala Lumpur ฿ 866 13h – 16h
  •   Van + Bus 12:00, 15:00

Bus Stop in Hat Yai

Bus services to Kuala Lumpur depart from the Alisan Golden Coach bus stop, 25 Chee Uthit Rd, Tambon Hat Yai, Amphoe Hat Yai, Chang Wat Songkhla 90110, Thailand.

Google Map of Hat Yai Alisan Golden Coach bus stop

Arrival in Kuala Lumpur

Bus services from Hat Yai terminate at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Jalan Terminal Selatan, Bandar Tasek Selatan, 57100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Google Map of Terminal Bersepadu Selatan Bus Station

Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur

Merdeka Square, where independence from the British Empire was declared on the 13th August 1957, is the symbolic centre of Kuala Lumpur and a place where civic events are frequently held.

Historic Buildings in Merdeka

On, and around, Merdeka Square is also where you will find the city’s most important historic buildings, many of which were constructed during the period when the Malay Peninsula was a British colony.

With the exception of the China Town area of the city, much of the rest of Kuala Lumpur is very modern constructed during the long economic boom that Malaysia has enjoyed over the last few decades, funded in part by its oil industry.

Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur
Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur
Sultan Abdul Samad Building

The most impressive building is the Sultan Abdul Samad Building on the east side of Merdeka Square. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is 137.2 metres long with a central clock tower that is 41 metres tall. The building was finished in 1897 and was originally used as offices for the British colonial administration of Selangor State.

Other Buildings

Other buildings to visit, also built during British rule, are the Jamek Mosque, the Royal Selangor Club, the Old High Court Building, the National Textile Museum and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery which used to be a government printing office.

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