With a strategic location along Jalan Imbi, getting to Berjaya Times Square is easily done via rail, taxi, and bus. Here are several ways on how to get there from major locations such as KLIA, KL Sentral, KLIA2 and KLCC.
Take the ERL (Fee: RM55) from KLIA to KL Sentral, after which you can take the KL Monorail to the Imbi Station.
Those taking KTM Komuter trains and LRT trains to Berjaya Times Square can stop at KL Sentral, after which you can take the KL Monorail to Imbi Station.
A taxi ride from KLIA to Berjaya Times Square would cost approximately RM80.
A taxi ride from KLIA2 to Berjaya Times Square would cost approximately RM75.
A taxi ride from KLCC to Berjaya Times Square would cost approximately RM8.
A taxi ride from KL Sentral to Berjaya Times Square would cost approximately RM10.
From Jalan Stesen Sentral 3, take the B112 towards Maluri, and stop off at Alliance Bank, Jalan Pudu. From there, take the U41 towards Bandar Sungai Long and stop in front of Berjaya Times Square.
From KLCC, take the B103 towards Bukit Bintang and stop at Wisma Genting, Jalan Raja Chulan. From there, take the U35 towards Pandan Indah, and stop at Berjaya Times Square, Jalan Pudu.
You can take a direct bus from KLIA or KLIA2 to KL Sentral, after which you could take the public buses as listed previously.
The integrated MyRapid rail transportation system links several rail lines that enable you to get around KL and the greater Klang Valley (which encompasses neighbouring Petaling Jaya). For more information of rail lines, visit http://www.myrapid.com.my
Road transportation services such as buses and taxis are widely available throughout the urban centres. Be warned, however, as during peak hours the city's roads are often jammed up.
For sightseers who want to see the best of KL, try the KL Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour bus. By purchasing a bus pass, passengers can take the City Tour bus that runs continuously from 8.30am until 8.30pm at around 30-minute intervals.