Kuala Lumpur International Airport is situated 50 kilometres from Malaysia's capital city and is the country's main airport.
The airport is the fifth busiest international airport in Asia and the 14th busiest airport in the world, handling close to its capacity of 35 million passengers every year.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport is built on one of the world's largest airport sites, spanning over 100 kilometres. The airport was opened to the public on 1st January 1996 and boasts a number of efficient and modern design features.
The airport contains two terminals and further satellite terminal, as well as virtual extension of the airport at the KL City Air Terminal, a facility offering check-in services at the main transport hub in Kuala Lumpur city centre.
The airport offers visitors a wide variety of facilities including free wireless internet, prayer rooms, showers and a massage service. A movie lounge is also available, as well as 85,000 square metres of retail space and nearly 100 food and beverage outlets.