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Port Klang is served by an international cruise terminal and a dedicated regional passenger ferry terminal. In addition, a public passenger jetty is also available to cater for commuters between the mainland and Pulau Ketam, a popular tourist destination.

Boustead Cruise Centre (BCC)

Boustead Cruise Centre (BCC) is a dedicated cruise terminal in Port Klang, Malaysia. It is effectively the cruise terminal for the country’s capital Kuala Lumpur, one of the world’s most visited cities. BCC is frequently used by international cruise lines including Cunard Lines, Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, Costa Cruises, Carnival Cruise Lines and Star Cruises among others. It is also frequented by visiting foreign naval vessels including aircraft carriers.

The Terminal is equipped with state of the art facilities and amenities for the comfort of passengers and terminal users including air-conditioned buildings, link bridges for embarkation and disembarkation, covered walkways connecting wharfside and terminal, ATMs, foreign exchange counters, restaurants, souvenir and gift shops and duty free outlets. Ample parking space is also available for cars and buses besides counters for taxi service.

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Asa Niaga Harbour City Terminal

Asa Niaga Harbour City (ANHC) Terminal is a regional passenger ferry terminal that serves high speed passenger ferries plying between Port Klang and the ports of Dumai and Tanjung Balai in Sumatra, Indonesia. ANHC terminal began operations in mid-September 2011 and provides excellent facilities for the comfort of passengers and users besides also housing integrated Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) clearance facilities. Amenities available include air-conditioned buildings, covered walkways, ticket sales counters, restaurants, gift shops and ample parking space for cars and buses.

ANHC terminal is conveniently located near other public transport terminals and is within walking distance to the Port Klang Komuter Train station, the public jetty serving Pulau Ketam ferries and the Port Klang Bus station. Taxi service is also available at the terminal. The terminal is poised to expand further incorporating duty free outlets and hotel facilities in the future.

Port Klang (Pulau Ketam) Public Jetty

The Pulau Ketam Public Jetty at Port Klang serves the travel needs of daily ferry commuters and tourists between the mainland and Pulau Ketam. The current jetty which was built in 2011 is operated by Port Klang Authority. The ferry service is the main mode of transportation for Pulau Ketam residents to the city of Port Klang and vice versa as well as for tourists who visit Pulau Ketam and other offlying islands for fishing and recreation. The jetty is located at South Port nearby the Port Klang Komuter Train station with easy access to bus and taxi services. Future plans for the jetty include the provision of a dedicated terminal building with restaurants and other amenities.


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Lembaga Pelabuhan Kelang
Beg Berkunci 202,Jalan Pelabuhan Utara,
42005 Pelabuhan Klang,
Selangor, Malaysia

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Tel.: 603 - 3168 8211
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