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A direct flight from Makassar (UPG) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) covers a distance of 2,175 km and takes around 3 hours 20 minutes. Makassar is only 1 hour behind Kuala Lumpur, so you will not need to worry about any jet lag! The GMT for Kuala Lumpur is +8, whereas Makassar is +7.
Makassar, known as Ujung Padang, is an important port city on eastern Indonesia’s Sulawesi island. Some of its attractions include the Museum Negeri La Galigo, which is located inside Fort Rotterdam (built by the French in the 17th century) and houses local exhibits. Losari Beach is the best place to view the sunrise and sunset in Makassar. And the seafood restaurants here are famous for their quality and service. Many luxury hotels like Aryaduta Makassar also sit near the beach. You can also go diving at Samalona Island, and take in the panoramic sea view at Apparalang Cliff in Bulukumba, which is around 4 hours and 30 minutes from Makassar by car.
There are three airports serving the city of Kuala Lumpur: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Malaysia’s main airport; klia2, the newer neighbouring airport that AirAsia flies to; and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (known colloquially as Subang Airport), a no-frills terminal situated 31 km from the city centre. KLIA and klia2 are located around 59 kilometres south of Kuala Lumpur and both offer world-class amenities.
Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s state capital, which is colloquially known as “KL”. People from all corners of the country come here to live, work and play; the metropolis is home to approximately 1.7 million residents and offers plenty of attractions for both locals and visitors such as the KL Tower, a multipurpose monument complete with a revolving restaurant 282 metres above ground, Thean Hou Temple, one of Southeast Asia’s largest Buddhist temples, and Little India, a spacious street with dining establishments and shops run by the country’s Indian community.
The currency code for the Malaysian Ringgit is MYR with the symbol RM. The notes come in denominations of RM1, RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50 and RM100, whereas coins are in denominations of 5, 10, 20 and 50 sen. The average exchange rate is 3524.72 IDR to 1 MYR.