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- What is LCCT?
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How to go to Putrajaya from LCCT?
On 9 May 2014, LCCT officially closes as KLIA2 takes over.
As a result, the information posted on this webpage is no longer relevant to the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) airport that is built to replace LCCT.
Please visit the www.klia2.info for the latest information on the new Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2). Have a nice trip!
Alternatively, you can be more adventurous and try this option:  Travel from LCCT to KLIA using a feeder bus then  Take the KLIA Transit from the KLIA station to the Putrajaya & Cyberjaya station.
At the Putrajaya & Cyberjaya station station, there will be Nadi Putra buses, RapidKL bus service or the taxi service to get you to your destination.
 Travel from LCCT to KLIA using a feeder bus
You can take one of the following feedder buses from LCCT to KLIA. The journey is about 15 minutes ride.
|Feeder Buses - Nadi KLIA||First Trip - Last Trip||One-Way Price (RM)|
|Note: Frequency for Nadi KLIA feeder bus is every 20 minutes. The feeder buses will wait at the curbside at the LCCT. The transfer time from / to KLIA - LCCT is approximately 15 minutes.|
|From LCCT to KLIA Bus Station||5:55 am - 12:35 midnight||1.50|
|From Platform No #8,
KLIA Bus Station to LCCT
|5:30 am - 12:10 midnight||1.50|
|Feeder Buses - KR Travel||First Trip - Last Trip||One-Way Price (RM)|
|Note: Frequency for KR Travel feeder bus is every 45 minutes. The transfer time from/to KLIA - LCCT is approximately 15 minutes.|
|From KLIA Bus Station to LCCT||5:00 am - 12:30 midnight||1.50|
 Take the KLIA Transit from the KLIA station to the Putrajaya station
KLIA To KL Sentral Schedule
See complete KLIA Transit schedule from KLIA to KL Sentral.
The Putrajaya & Cyberjaya KLIA Transit station is located within the Western Transport Terminal (WTT) in Precinct 7. The terminal, also known as Putrajaya Sentral is managed by Perbadanan Putrajaya. At the Putrajaya station, there is a public transportation available at the station. You can take the Nadi Putra buses, Rapid KL bus service or the taxi service to go to your destination.
Feeder Bus Servicing KLIA Transit Putrajaya & Cyberjaya station. The Nadiputra feeder service which currently covers Putrajaya city and Cyberjaya's areas is owned by Perbadanan Putrajaya. If you have any enquiries, please contact our Customer Enquiry Number at 603-2267 8000.
NadiPutra Feeder Service Bus number 300 serving Putrajaya from KLIA Transit Station at Western Transport Terminal (WTT).
FAQs about Putrajaya station
Is there any parking facility at your Putrajaya station? What are the parking charges?
The Putrajaya Sentral Station provides indoor and outdoor parking facility for commuters. This park-and-ride facility is managed by Perbadanan Putrajaya. The current charges are as follows:
- Covered car park: RM2 per entry (or RM5 per day exceeding 14 hours)
- Open car park: RM1 per hour
Note: Parking charges are subject to changes. Please check with Perbadanan Putrajaya for further details and terms & conditions.
Is it safe to park my car at the station?
The security within and around the Putrajaya Sentral is under the jurisdiction of Perbadanan Putrajaya. As normally is the case at most managed parking lots, car owners park their vehicles at their own risks. ERL is not responsible for any damage to the parked vehicles or theft.
Map of Putrajaya Precincts
Precinct 1, Precinct 2, Precinct 3, Precinct 4, Precinct 5 are known as the Core Area that expresses the formal identity for Putrajaya. It is the main part that provides Putrajaya its structure. The Core Area has a total area of 3,232.5 acres. The Core Area of Putrajaya is divided into five precincts linked by a distinctive 4.2km/2.6mi long boulevard. These precincts in the Core Area are identified as the Government Precincts with the role as the administration centre for the Federal Government.
Precinct 1 is located at the northern end of the Core Area which most of the Federal Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies are located. This precinct occupies a peninsula bounded by the lake and wetland on the west and the east, with the Prime Minister's Office (Perdana Putra Building) overlooking the Dataran Putra.