Malacca (Melaka) - the historical city on the western coast of Malaysia famous for its colonial-style architecture.
Taking Ferry to Penang is the easiest way to get from Butterworth to Georgetown. Penang ferry service called Rapid Ferry operates between the mainland and Penang Island. This way of travel is very convenient if you are taking a train or bus to Butterworth.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital and largest city of Malaysia, attracts big numbers of tourists who often use local currency (Malaysian Ringgit – MYR) for their daily expenses. Kuala Lumpur currency exchange rates vary a lot throughout the city so it's really useful to know where the best Kuala Lumpur money changers can be found.
Penang Sentral is the main transportation hub of Penang which is located in Butterworth, Malaysia. It’s the main bus station of Butterworth and also the place where you can take a ferry to Georgetown. If you will need some local currency on the way, you can find a money changer and do currency exchange at Penang Sentral.
Kuala Lumpur and the center of the city called KLCC are the main tourist attractions in Malaysia. You may need local currency (Malaysian Ringgit – MYR) for your expenses while exploring the surroundings of worldwide famous Petronas Twin Towers and KLCC Park. You can get decent enough currency exchange rates at Suria KLCC shopping mall.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) is the largest and busiest airport in Malaysia which is made up of two main terminals KLIA1 and KLIA2. KLIA2 is serving low-cost carriers that operate international flights from Singapore, Thailand and other countries in the region, so there’s a big chance that you will start your Malaysian adventure here. What currency exchange options you have at Kuala Lumpur Airport Terminal 2?
Penang Island and its main city Georgetown in Malaysia attract many visitors who in many cases need to use cash in local currency (Malaysian Ringgit – MYR) for their daily expenses. There are plenty of banks and money changers in Penang but the best currency exchange rates we could find in Georgetown were at money changer near Komtar.
Penang International Airport (PEN) is the third busiest airport in Malaysia and receives a growing number of international flights from Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Indonesia and few other countries. If you’re planning to take one of these flights, check what currency exchange options you have at Penang Airport.