- There is a clinic on the third level, beside the police counter, where you can get medical attention. But be wary consultations are obviously going to be slightly pricier than normal.
- currency is known as Ringgit Malaysia (MYR) which is divided into 100 sen.
- Ringgit Malaysia notes are in denominations of RM100, RM50, RM20, RM10, RM5, and RM1.
- Coins come in denominations of 50 sen, 20 sen, 10 sen, and 5 sen.
- If you’re not sure where you’re going to be staying then swing by the Hotel counter situated beside the Tours & Travel counter on the third floor where you can get the lowdown on hotels in the area to suit your standards, budget and preferences.
- There are plenty of toilets scattered throughout the airport between the shopping kiosks.
- you would like to unwind and freshen up, you can try the Sama Sama Hotels’s private shower and gym facilities for non-guests, towels, soap and shampoo will be provided.
- Most hotels, restaurants and other entertainment outlets impose a 10% service charge and 6% government tax on all charges so tipping is more often than not unnecessary.
Tour & Travel
- There is a Tour and Travel counter located between the clinic and the Hotels counter on the third level where you can book tours as well as gather some relevant information about Malaysia.
Travelers with Disabilities
- KLIA is fairly friendly for travelers with disabilities as all terminals have ramps and the outside pavements are nearly immaculate.
- Elevators, restrooms, telephones and numerous other facilities and services have been equipped with all the mod cons for the mobility.
- KLIA’s shuttle services are furnished with wheelchair friendly equipment.
- If you’re luggage-laden and would like some help, then grab a baggage trolley at no charge, along the outside curb and the International & Domestic baggage reclaim area.
- The Trolleys of KLIA are special for escalators so you with it to any level you want.