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A flight from Wuhan (WUH) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) takes around 5 hours and 15 minutes, covering a distance of 3,372 km. Wuhan and Kuala Lumpur share the same time zone and the GMT for both is +8.
As the capital city of Hubei Province, Wuhan is a major commercial and industrial hub in central China. The megalopolis — comprising three ancient towns — is also called the “City on Rivers” as the waters of Yangtze and Hanshui rivers flow through it. That being said, you should not miss a chance to photograph the famous Yangtze River Bridge, which served a crucial purpose of connecting rail travel between north and south China. Other things to do here include savouring the city’s signature hot dry noodles, exploring Tan Hua Lin walking street, and visiting the Yellow Crane Tower.
Three airports are serving the city of Kuala Lumpur: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Malaysia’s main airport and also a leading aviation hub in Southeast Asia; klia2, the newer neighbouring airport that caters for the explosive growth in the low-cost travel industry including AirAsia; and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (formerly known as Subang Airport), a no-frills terminal situated 31 kilometres from the city centre. KLIA and klia2 are located in Sepang District, approximately 59 kilometres south of Kuala Lumpur and both offer world-class amenities.
Kuala Lumpur (aka KL) is Malaysia’s capital and its largest city, home to soaring skyscrapers and specialty stores. The Petronas Towers — the tallest twin structures in the world — were the first landmarks of this modern city, offering unique experiences such as a night view of the city from the 88th floor, and walking across a sky bridge. Down on the streets of KL, you can see and smell the multicultural environment comprised of Malay, Indian, Chinese, and other communities by just going on a walking tour in places like Chow Kit and Central Market.
The currency code for the Malaysian Ringgit is MYR with the symbol RM. Banknotes 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 1.66 CNY to 1 MYR.