This post is brought to you in part by KLIA Ekspress.
In an amazing effort to include better ride fare options, KLIA Ekspres have revised their age limits for children! From 1 October 2019, all children under the age of 6 years old can ride for FREE as long as they are accompanied by 1 fare paying adult passenger.
Each fare paying adult passenger can have a maximum of three children under 6 who can ride for free!
KLIA Ekspres new fare revision has an added bonus! Adult fares will now only be applicable to minors aged 16 years and above. Children aged 6 to 15 years will be charged a reasonable Child fare. Enjoy a 10% discount when you buy KLIA Ekspres tickets online.
It’s a great time to be a kid in Malaysia!
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