All taxis at the airport will take you to any destinations at a prepaid rate. Fare is fixed as per destination and vehicles, budget, premier, family and limousine. Please be aware that all budget taxis will seat only three passengers due to constrain of luggage space. However, taxis have the disadvantage of being subject to traffic delays and congestion. As you come into the Arrival Hall, you will walk past the taxi counter, this is run by a company called Airport Limo. You only have to choose the type of taxi you want. Either it is budget, limo/luxury, mini van/family or premier, what you should do next after you pay for the taxi is you will then be informed where to pick up your cab. You will not be ripped off and will not have to pay any extras.
As a guide, the current prices for the Airport Limo who have the taxi franchise from the airport to Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC, Bukit Bintang area) as well as to Genting Highlands. If you are staying at the KL Sentral hotels (Hilton and Meridien) the price will be RM 5 cheaper than the prices to KL City Centre.
If the thought of public transport does not appeal you, you might want to arrange for a hotel representative to meet you at the airport. Many hotels include airport pick-up service in some of their room rates. Expect these prices to be higher tan the Airport Limo prices.
Travelers can also opt for this cheap and hassle-free way to get downtown, but it is markedly slower than the KLIA Express train, less environmentally friendly and above all, subject to traffic delays just like taxis. The Star Shuttle (www.starwira.com) travels between both LCCT and KLIA to Puduraya Bus Station. Travelers can buy a one-way ticket for RM 12.50 at the bus terminal in KLIA and LCCT. Then they journey to Puduraya, which takes around about one hour. The buses are well-maintained and they have frequent services (45 minutes to an hour). Then onto a feeder bus to the hotels. The Star Shuttle service caters passengers traveling from LCCT/KLIA to Ipoh Bercham as well.
Travelers need to follow the signs to the bus terminal. There are shops and a local food available at the cafe inside. The LCCT-KLIA shuttle bus is located at this bus terminal. KLIA-KL Sentral bus is also available at this bus terminal.
Bus to Nilai train terminal (not the KLIA Express train) is also at this bus terminal. Express bus ticket to Ipoh and other is available at the ticketing counters but departure schedule is not that frequent. Bus for connection to Seremban via Nilai is also at this terminal. Bus to Banting town can be boarded at this terminal.
The 28 minutes journey takes passengers directly to the train hub of KL Sentral. KL Sentral is not in a central location and may require additional taxi/bus/train to your destination. Direct trains (KLIA Express) leave every 15-30 minutes depending on the time of day, from the airport station straight to KL Sentral, taking 28 minutes. The train's great advantages are that it avoids unpredictable traffic congestion as well as being more comfortable than a taxi or bus.
There is another train line (KLIA Transit) that takes a little longer but is generally only used by locals living in the suburbs of Salak Tinggi, Bandar Tasik Selatan, the trains are a great value. Travelers can obtain KLIA Express tickets (RM35 for a one way adult ticket and RM15 for a child ticket) at the airport counters or at the counters in KL Sentral.