Find Transport expertise in Malaysia
There are 93,110 km of road in Malaysia, 83% of which are paved. A good network exists in Peninsular Malaysia including a motorway that covers the spine of the region. In addition to this, private toll motorways exist. The railway network of 1,667 km is operated by Malaysian Railway, linking Peninsular Malaysia to neighbouring Singapore and Thailand. The country’s express trains are especially modern. Ferry services run between ports on the peninsula and link the peninsula with Sabah and Sarawak. River transport is well developed in the east and the only form of transport in remote areas. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is at Sepang, around 60 km to the south of the city. Other international airports are at Penang, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching.
|Transport Infrastructure organisations in Malaysia|
|Northport (Malaysia) BHD||