What can I buy at KLIA Duty Free?
- Beauty, Health & Wellness. You can indulge to your heart’s content with the wide range of skin care and makeup that is on offer at our airport.
- Books & Magazines.
- Children’s Toys.
- Chocolates & Confectionery.
- Convenience Store.
Is perfume duty free in Malaysia?
As perfume in both countries are already exempted from duty free- the price is similar in downtown shops as it is in Airport DFS.
What is the duty free allowance for Malaysia?
Malaysia duty free Food up to the value of RM150. 3 pieces of new clothing and 1 new pair of shoes. in each case 1 portable electronic item for personal care. Other goods up to the value of RM500 for land or sea travellers and up to the value of RM1000 for air travellers.
Can I carry a perfume on plane?
The FAA limits the total amount of restricted medicinal and toiletry articles, including aerosols, in checked baggage. The total aggregate quantity per person cannot exceed 2 kg (70 ounces) or 2 L (68 fluid ounces). The capacity of each container must not exceed 0.5 kg (18 ounces) or 500 ml (17 fluid ounces).
Can I buy duty-free on domestic flights Malaysia?
Only outgoing international passengers are allowed to buy duty-free items (price label stating “MALAYSIAN DUTY NOT PAID”). You’ll be asked for a valid outgoing boarding pass when purchasing the items. As you’re an incoming passenger, I’m afraid that you can’t buy duty-free items on arrival in KUL.
Can I buy duty free on domestic flights Malaysia?
Can I bring alcohol back to Malaysia?
For Malaysia the limit you can bring in is 1 litre per adult. It doesn’t matter if you’ve bought it in Japan or the duty free shops at the Malaysian airport.
How do I know if I have KLIA1 or 2?
The best way is via train. KLIA1 and KLIA2 are both on the KLIA Express train route so are connected by a 3 mins train journey. In the KLIA2 terminal, the main train advertising talks of going to KL Sentral, but if you look closely, the first stop on the way is KLIA.
Can I carry 100ml perfume in hand luggage?
There aren’t any quantity limits for checked luggage, but if you’re packing your perfume in hand luggage, you have to follow the TSA’s 3-1-1 rule. Essentially, the 3-1-1 rule dictates that liquids in hand luggage have to be in 3.4 oz (100 ml) bottles or less.