Malaysia is located in a central place in SE Asia, allowing for a gateway. KLIA is the main airport to getting to Kuala Lumpur and the rest of Malaysia. There’s a good bus system on the peninsula, so getting around there is a breeze. If you are getting from the Peninsula to North Borneo, be aware that there is no ferry service in-between. For a cheap price, you can go in-between them flying on AirAsia, a low cost airline based in Kuala Lumpur. This will connect you to other parts of Malaysia for a pocket-friendly price.
Getting in and around Kuala Lumpur
Landing in Kuala Lumpur, there is a rail link connecting KL Sentral (Central station) to and from the airport. The fares are listed below on the purple chart. A fare to KL Sentral costs RM35(US$12). If your renting a car, remember that they drive on the left. If your travelling to and from one part of Kuala Lumpur, there are many modes of transportation in Malaysia. There’s a light rail system, a bus system, a monorail as well as a taxi  system, so getting around Kuala Lumpur is a breeze. You pay on all these systems the distance you travel.
Below is the map and fare in RM
Remember US$1=RM3
Malay food is a rich mix from many ethnic groups, including Chinese, Indian, Thai and Eurasian cooking styles. The main staple of Malay food is rice, which is eaten once a day. If your wanting to eat cheap, there are many stalls selling many kinds of Malay food. You could also eat foods from other parts of the world which is available.
If you’re staying in Kuala Lumpur, stay in a 3-star hotel. They are clean, good, and pocket friendly. Some of these hotels are located on Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown. Besides of the area of having cheap hotels, its considered a bargin hunter’s paradise with cheap imitation goods and traditional chinese herbs. Some other neighbourhoods to stay for cheap include Bukit Bintang.
You can look up these websites for budget hotels in Kuala Lumpur, as well as...