TIME STAMPS: 0:30 The GoKL Basics; 5:25 SIX Questions about GoKL; 9:41 Map of 4 GoKL Lines; 14:50 Boarding the Purple Line Bus; 16:58 Passing Central Market; 21:54 A Busy Stop-Muzium Telecom; 23:17 KL Tower Stop; 30:01 Starhill Gallery Stop in Bukit Bintang; 32:48 Leaving Bukit Bintang; 37:31 Back to Chinatown; 38:55 Kota Raya Stop; 44:02 Back at Pasar Seni Station; 45:36 Answering My SIX Questions; 49:05 Summary and Conclusion
Buses and I don’t generally get along. However, there is a special type of bus in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, that I thought I should get to know better: the free bus service called GoKL. I thought there were 4 GoKL lines. But in the course of my GoKL adventures, I learned that there are now six of them: Purple, Green, Blue, Red, Orange, and Pink. And there are plans to open up even more lines in the future.
The Purple Line was a good place to start because the Purple Line buses start and end their route right across the street from my guest house at the Pasar Seni Station. I had a lot of questions about the GoKL service, and the best way to answer those questions seemed to be to just jump on the nearest GoKL bus and see what happens.
I hope you enjoy the video.
Douglas (AKA The Cycling Canadian)
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