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WHAT
The first and only map guide bringing together train and bus routes on a to-scale map from all operators in a comprehensive and
user-friendly way! Commuters can now see how to get round the city and its suburbs at a glance! This info also includes 
interconnections, frequencies, first train/last train, first bus/last bus, and locations of stations, bus stops and terminals.

All this makes bastrenKL the essential guide for existing and potential public transport users. bastrenKL comes in the portable 
A5 size (half A4); it easily fits into your bag or pocket. Also it is arranged into a 24-page booklet so you don’t have to worry about 
folding back a huge map! bastrenKL is written in mainly English and secondarily, Bahasa Malaysia.
Click here for a sample Key Map page. 
Because public transportation information is variable, get the latest bus and train info updates here.
Other mistakes and misprints are documented on our errata page. 

Read more: Intro to public transport in KL
Read more: Why public transport?
Read more: what other people say 
WHEN
BastrenKL was released in December 2007 with 45,000 copies.
WHERE
The map's coverage includes Kuala Lumpur city centre, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Ampang, Cheras, Selayang, Serdang and 
even Putrajaya!...  Tourism Malaysia is distributing 31,000 copies for free throughout its information centres. The rest was 
sold at bookstores and newsagents throughout Kuala Lumpur, the Klang Valley and Malaysia for only RM5.
     
WHO
bastrenKL is published by vectordesigns which took one year to produce. This does not include the time it took to create its 
forebears (DBKL brochure, bus stop maps), which have contributed to this latest incarnation. We hope you can help us collectively 
improve public transport information, and hopefully along the way, the urban living experience in KL!

below: sample of page 3 depicting KL Tower location
 
 Dec 07

 

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