Kampung Bukit Tinggi Transportation
In this bustling Malaysian tourist destination, you can find both free shuttles and cheap bus rides to most places you want to go. You can also rent a bike to take in the town!
Vans and Shuttles
If you want to get around and take in the sites in Kampung Bukit Tinggi, there is a low-cost van that shuttles tourists back and forth between the Berjaya Times Square Hotel & Convention Center to Berjaya Hills (20 or 35 Malaysian Ringgit, depending if you go one way or both ways in one ticket). This shuttle runs at two different times a day in different locations. You can also find a free shuttle along the Colmar Tropicale – Rabbit Park – Golf Club route, and along the Colmar Tropicale – Japanese Village route. The free shuttle delivers tourists from one attraction to another in Bukit Tinggi.
Renting a Bicycle
If you’d prefer to be more involved in your transportation around the town, try renting a bike. You can do this at the Colmar Tropicale. The attractions in Bukit Tinggi are all located in a manageable loop, with a few located out on side roads, making a bicycle rental a fun addition to your vacation experience. The attractions include a golf course, historic monuments like a clock tower built by the Dutch in 1926, the Dutch outpost Fort de Kock, a museum, a zoo, and the Taman Bundo Kanduang park. The best way to take in the history and landscape is to visit each attraction on the small scale, such as in a car or by foot. This makes renting a bike the perfect way to visit Kampung Bukit Tinggi.
Editor’s Note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about transportation in Kampung Bukit Tinggi.