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Kuala Lumpur Int. Airport Car Rental

Location Details
Address: Lot No. 14, GF, Block D
  64000 Selangor MY +60-3-87872834
 
Location: Airport
GDS - Code: KUL
SIXT #: 41494
Opening Hours
Mo. - Fr.07:00 - 23:00
Sa. - Su.09:00 - 17:00
Bank Holiday09:00 - 17:00
 
 24 h return
 

Location Details

Opening Hours

Mo. - Fr.07:00 - 23:00
Sa. - Su.09:00 - 17:00
Bank Holiday09:00 - 17:00

Contacts / Lost & Found

SIXT # Kuala Lumpur Int. Airport KUL Lot No. 14, GF, Block D 64000 Selangor 2.747944, 101.713621 +60-3-87872834 +60-3-87874277

SIXT # Kuala Lumpur Int. Airport KUL

Lot No. 14, GF, Block D
64000 Selangor
 
Phone +60-3-87872834
Fax +60-3-87874277

Location plan - how to find us

Your way to Sixt:

The Sixt branch is located at the car rental center of the main terminal. Upon arrival take the elevator to the ground floor, leave the terminal and cross over the street.


Arriving KLIA2:

After arriving at the Low-Cost-Terminal (KLIA2) please call us at 0060-3-87872834 or 0060-12-6241769. Sixt staff will meet you at the terminal and bring you to our Sixt branch.


Sixt Parking:

Take the elevator in the arrival hall of the main terminal and go to level -2. Follow the signs to the car park.


Outside open hours - pick-up & return

Out of hour pickup possible.

Pick-up out of opening hours is possible for an additional charge. This service is bookable on request. Please provide your address and credit card details, e-mail address, flight and mobile number.

Out of hour return possible.

Key box available.

Categories and Services

  • Compact Cars & Sedans
  • 4x4 / SUV
  • 24 h return

Your benefits with Sixt

  • Sixt Best Price Guarantee
  • New cars - on average 3 months old
  • Free cancellation and reservation changes when you pay on arrival
  • Miles & More - Earn miles
  • No hidden costs
  • Germany's largest and best car rental company
  • No credit card fees
  • Excellent 24/7 customer service