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Left Luggage Lockers at KLIA

Posted by on 19 March 2010

When my former roommate from Ateneo came for a visit last month, she asked me about left luggage lockers at KL International Airport (KLIA). I was embarrassed to admit that I knew nothing about it, other than the fact that I’ve seen it somewhere in KLIA. The most that I could do at that time was forward her the link to the information in KLIA’s website.

To redeem myself, the next time I went to KLIA, I made it a point to drop by the left luggage lockers at the Departure Hall (Level 5) and ask for some information.

The left luggage lockers are located behind check-in counter B. As you walk past the check-in counter, you should see a pharmacy on your left. Continue walking and you’ll see a coffee shop on your right. The left luggage lockers are right next to it, just before the surau (Muslim prayer rooms). You can’t miss the maroon-coloured lockers.

Left Luggage Lockers At KLIA
Left Luggage Lockers At KLIA

The staff who were on duty at that time were very friendly and helpful — they even showed me the different locker sizes that are available for rent.

This is the small locker that costs RM10 per day. It measures 40cm x 32cm x 75cm.

Small Locker At KLIA
Small luggage locker at KLIA

The brochure that you see at the bottom is about the width of a sheet of A4 size paper. I intentionally shot it together with the locker to you give you a sense of scale.

This is the medium locker at RM20 per day. It measures 55cm x 43cm x 75cm. Carry-on luggage can easily fit into them.

Medium Locker At KLIA
Medium luggage locker at KLIA

Those papers taped at the sides are A4 size, as well.

And this is the big locker at RM30 per day. It’s big enough to hold a golf bag and then some at 135cm x 32cm x 43cm.

big_locker

In their brochure, they also have extra large lockers (up to 2 cubic meters) for RM40 per day but I didn’t get to see it that day.

You can rent a locker for as long as you want. And you can stuff as much luggage as you can into each locker. The management reserves the right, however, to check your luggage and/or x-ray them, if deemed necessary.

They’re currently having a promotion that entitles you to one day free if you rent the lockers for ten days or more.

There are also left luggage lockers at the Arrival Hall (Level 3). After exiting the baggage claim area, it’s located on the left-hand side, right after Burger King. I’ll check on it next time and post more photos. Both luggage storage facilities are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For more information, call +603-8787-4211 or +603-8776-5035. You can also email them at tdsb3@tm.net.my.

26 Responses to Left Luggage Lockers at KLIA

  1. kg

    most people aren’t aware of left-luggage lockers/counters. but for me, this is one thing that’s very important to have in airports/train terminals.

  2. Mimi

    I never really paid attention to these things but when I went to Amsterdam with my mom, I needed them. And that’s when I realised how useful they are. That’s why I’m posting this, in the hopes that someone who needs this info will find this here :)

  3. Bay Leaf

    Hello Mimi,

    Nice blog, btw., and thanks to your mom for the link. ;)

    I certainly remember using these luggage lockers at KLIA having spent the night in one of those hotels near KL before continuing our trip to Cebu a few years back. As the Bernese people here would say, ‘gäbig’ or practical.

    Here in CH, we have them at the train stations.

    greetz.

  4. Mimi

    Hi Bay Leaf! Glad you like my blog and took the time to leave a comment. Danke schon :)

  5. nana

    hi ! i recently just follow your twitter and then i found this blog ..
    you said you’re working a full time job? but u get to travel a lot..may i know wad job ur working? coz im planning to have a job dat can let me travel a lot.. hehehe..i hope you can give me some references..
    thanks before!
    p.s= i like ur tweet about bangkok=monks,buddha,floating market..blablabla..MAI PEN RAI !! =)

  6. Mimi

    nana: oh the possibilities are endless: working for companies with branches/offices in other parts of the world; working with a cruise ship; as a journalist; as a nurse; teaching the English language (hint: best to have a degree or diploma in TESL – Teaching English as a Second Language). the list is endless!

  7. interloclockers

    Nice blog

  8. zai

    Left Luggage is certainly a valuable and important facility when we travel by train and flight for stopovers or transit.When we traveled to Italy for a conference in Florence and we had time to kill before our train leaves in the late afternoon.We put our things at the LL and took a hop in hop off bus ride around Rome.The same goes when we transit in Sydney from Brisbane.Also when we are at the last leg of our travels we certainly don’t need to chug along our soiled clothes or unnecessary items to the hotel,just leave at the airport or train station.

  9. Mimi

    Zai: Great input. Thanks! :)

  10. Rahul Pandey

    Wonderful information and very useful for me today.
    Thanks Mimi.
    Cheers

  11. Tan

    Thanks very much for the effort to publish this valuable information !!

  12. Mimi

    Tan: Glad to be of help :) As a traveler, I realise how important little details like this can be. That’s why I take the time to do such posts.

  13. Steve

    Nice one Mimi. :)

  14. Mimi

    Thanks, Steve :)

  15. steven

    You are a star that was really helpful – lovely photos to.

    Thanks

  16. Mimi

    Star? No :) Just trying to be helpful.

  17. Storm

    Thanks Mimi, just the info we’ve been trying to find.

  18. Mimi

    Thanks, Storm. I’ll edit it when I’m back in KL.

  19. Sanjeev Vaishya

    Hi Mimi, I am travelling on 3rd from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur and I have got 3 suitcases and around 4 bags along with 2 laptop bags and one 19″ TV box. Can you please suggest what kind of locker should I rent it out.
    Please help us with the details to book this locker before we travel. I am coming to KLIA via Malaysia Airlines which reaches at 20:50PM.

  20. Mimi

    Sanjeev: So sorry. I have no idea how big a 19″ TV box can be.

  21. Nuwan

    Thank you soooooo much Mimi… I was really wondering how big those lockers would be thinking about the dimensions specified in web site… But your photos with A4 papers saved my day and thanks a lot for that brilliant piece of information…!

    One more thing… I’m flying towards Australia (coming from Sri Lanka) but willing to travel Singapore, Thailand & Malaysia on my way as a Trip… You know… (I’m recently married…!)

    My brief schedule is like this..

    1) From Colombo to Singapore (Via Kuala Lumpur since Air Asia only has that option)
    2) Singapore to Bangkok (and stay there for say one week)
    3) Back to Kuala Lumpur
    4) From Kuala Lumpur to Perth

    My question is, during my first flight, can I take my luggage out of the Plane at Kuala Lumpur transition (though my ticket is to Singapore) and to use ‘left luggage’ until I come back to Kuala Lumpur from Thailand?
    (My only concern is, whether Air Asia would allow us to get the luggage when we’re in a transition airport on our way to another destination…)

    I’ve never been in International Air flights before so if I’m missing something please don’t laugh….

    Your help is greatly appreciated….

  22. joanne

    Do you know if there are locker locked using code instead of key?where one person can left stuff in locker and another person can pick up later just by same code?

  23. teh

    Nice informative blog. Thank you. Just to share, I just find out there is also an alternative luggage storage at KLIA too, and their website name is http://www.boxyspace.com . The storage rate is also very cheap compared to the one in KLIA.

  24. Mimi

    Thanks for sharing, Teh.

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