Panduan Perjalanan Ke Subang Jaya
All metered taxis operating in Kuala Lumpur also operate in Subang Jaya.
KTM Subang Jaya station, on the KTM Komuter Klang-Sentul line, is at the northern edge of Subang Jaya. It is located directly behind Aeon Big and Subang Parade in SS16.
The KTM Komuter (http://ktmkomuter.com.my/) is a convenient mode of transport both to central locations in the city and towns in the neighbouring states (north - Perak, south - Negeri Sembilan):
- KL Sentral - connection by Putra LRT to KLCC
- Bank Negara - the Central Bank
- MidValley - one of Malaysia's largest shopping malls
- Klang - home to Bak Kut Teh
- Batu Caves - limestone hill housing several Hindu cave temples
- Tanjung Malim - small town at the Perak state border (north of Selangor)
- Seremban - small town in Negeri Sembilan (south of Selangor). Famous for their siew pao
There are a number of bus services that connect points in Malaysia and Singapore directly to Subang Jaya, bypassing Kuala Lumpur and its traffic jams. Aeroline (http://www.aeroline.com.sg) and Transtar (http://www.transtar.com.sg) (only during school holidays or Public Holidays) buses operate from Sunway Pyramid, while First Coach (http://www.firstcoach.com.my) runs from the Holiday Villa hotel in SS12.
Bus U623 runs from the Kelana Jaya Station on the Kelana Jaya Line LRT, looping at Sunway Pyramid and passing through North Subang Jaya before going back to the Kelana Jaya Station.
Bus U62 from Klang and Shah Alam loops at Sunway Pyramid before going back to Klang and Shah Alam.
Getting into Subang Jaya is a breeze (as long as you avoid rush hours). It is well connected to most major highways:
- Federal Highway - cuts through most major areas in Klang Valley including Petaling Jaya, central Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam and Klang. No toll charges
- New Pantai Expressway (NPE) - to Bandar Sunway and Subang Jaya (SS12-SS19)
- Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) - to Putra Heights and UEP Subang Jaya
- New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) - to Subang Jaya (cuts through Subang Airport Highway)
- Kesas Highway - to UEP Subang Jaya (3 exits to USJ from Kuala Lumpur)
- Subang Airport Highway - to UEP Subang Jaya (USJ) and Subang Jaya