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how to reach terminal m from terminal 1 at kualalumpur airport. how long does it take. i have to board flight (malaysian airlines) at terminal m for travelling to langkwai

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Hi

There is no Terminal 1 at KUL Airport.

Terminal M is the 2 buildings, Main and Satelite, that make up KLIA. It takes about 2-3 mins to get between the 2 buildings. They are interconnected, as all immigration / customs / check in is in the Main building and where the smaller planes / domestic flights leave from.

Then there is LCCT which is where Air Asia flies in and out with.

Who are you arriving in with, and where from?

What time do you fly in and what time do you fly out?

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Im flying into Terminal M at kuala Lumpur airport and have a stopover of 12hrs so am looking for a hotel to stop.The concorde inn looks suitable but when you click on the room details, for some rooms it comes up with terminals 1,2,3,and 4, and on others 5,6,7,9,10.Any explantion on this

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3. Re: terminal M

The concorde inn is a hotel that is near the airport, but not inside the airport. Ignore the terminals 1,2,3,4,5,6,7...it has nothing to do with the airport.

Edited: 09 November 2011, 11:29
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Look into the location map for this concord inn

sepang.concordehotelsresorts.com/location.php

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