Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is Malaysia's main international airport and is also one of the major airports of South East Asia, giving it huge, even multinational, catchments area. It is about 60 kilometers (37 mi) from Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur.

International flights arrive at the Satellite Building and the Aero Train brings passengers to the International Level of the Contact Pier. Other international, domestic and mixed flights arrive on the Domestic Level of the Contact Pier.
Entry Formalities
All visitors must posses a valid passport or other internationally recognized document with a minimum validity period of six months beyond the period of intended stay.
Taxis use a coupon system and taxi booths are available upon exit from the Arrivals Hall. There is a choice of an airport limousine service as well as a budget taxi service. Private vehicle car parks are connected by the Skybridge on the Station Mezzanine Level.

Taxis will be slightly expensive at the airport; therefore, the most convenient option for traveling is the KLIA express train which goes directly to Kuala Lumpur central station or the KLIA Transit train which also goes to Kuala Lumpur central station but it has three stops in between.