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Kuala Lumpur to Gibraltar flight schedule

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Kuala Lumpur to Gibraltar flight schedule

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Kuala Lumpur to Gibraltar flight schedule & Flight info

Direct Flight PriceS$665 KUL⇒GIB

Kuala Lumpur to Gibraltar flight schedule & FAQ

  • When are flight tickets from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Gibraltar (GIB) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Kuala Lumpur⇒Gibraltar based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much do flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Gibraltar (GIB) cost?

    According to Trip.com's data, from Kuala Lumpur(KUL) to Gibraltar(GIB)the lowest price is around S$2,202.
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Gibraltar?

    • The distance from Gibraltar Airport to downtown is about 1km, by taxi about 20 minutes.
  • How many airports are there in Gibraltar (GIB)?

    There are 1 airport(s) near Gibraltar(GIB): Gibraltar Airport.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Hotels in Gibraltar

5/5Perfect31 Reviews
Gibraltar|0.19km from downtown
The location of the hotel is very good and considerate. It is one of the few five-star hotels on the peninsula
FromS$209
4.8/5Outstanding44 Reviews
Gibraltar|0.86km from downtown
This is the most expensive hotel to stay on this trip, a luxury cruise ship! In a resort, the resort is very beautiful, with all kinds of restaurants and entertainment facilities, as well as Shanghai and Southeast Asian restaurants. There is no difference between a hotel room and a five-star hotel. The difference is on the water near the coast! The scenery is beautiful both during the day and at night, and you can relax comfortably! There is a lot of decorative jewelry for sale in the lobby, which is not expensive, only a few hundred yuan, but it is exquisite, no less than Swarovski's jewelry! From here, you can walk to any attraction in Gibraltar. Some are a bit far. You can take a few bus stops, but 10-year-olds can handle it! It should be ok!
FromS$283
4.8/5Outstanding40 Reviews
Gibraltar|1.01km from downtown
I have stayed at many hotels in the IHG group over the years, including a number of Holiday Inn Express locations. This is easily one of the better ones, although the whole modus operandi of HIE is actually good. The notion of a free breakfast is not common, by any means, and the HIE breakfast is generally good. The location in Gibraltar is one of the first I have come across where they actually offer bacon with the scrambled egg and sausage/beans. I don’t know why so many of them shun bacon – after all, a cooked breakfast is not a cooked breakfast without bacon. So all credit to the HIE in Gibraltar for this. Otherwise, there is little to distinguish this venue from others in the series. You know what you will get, a compact but well-appointed room with not-too-much clothes storage space, but a double bed, flat-screen TV, shower room and a small movable desk and chair. It all works and this one is not much more than two years old, so it is all still pretty pristine. What separate this one (apart from the bacon) is the staff. They were all very accommodating, professional and downright friendly! The hotel is across the runway, a walk of 10 minutes or so, on the first street you will come to. It is close up to the towering Rock, so on one side your room widow will have a view of the Rock face, which is interesting in itself, for you can spot the little apertures where the 50 kilometers of tunnels have gun emplacements dating back to the Great Siege. We had a couple of days on that side and then asked to be moved to get the other view, which the hotel was happy to accommodate. That side overlooked the huge graveyard, the airport runway and the border and hills of Andalucia beyond. Some critics have complained about the ‘depressing’ graveyard aspect. It is actually a very interesting place to visit and has significant numbers of Commonwealth War Graves sections. We can watch the aircraft manoeuvre to land on the comparatively short Gibraltar Airport landing strip and we can follow the streams of people and traffic crossing the runway (when it isn’t closed for aircraft movement). Most of the businesses in Gib are served by people living across the border in the town of La Linea. Criticisms of the HIE? Few. Perhaps the absence of somewhere to it out in the sun (there is a small terrace on the first floor but it is at the side of the building opposite a housing block and the gap acts as a wind tunnel!). It is not a full-service hotel so you cannot expect more, but a little thought might have installed a sundeck on the flat roof, perhaps? Overall, nothing but thumbs up for this location.
FromS$203
4.4/5Excellent29 Reviews
Gibraltar|1.01km from downtown
It’s not bad that after I cleaned it the next day, there was a smell of nail polish that was heavy and heavy. Breakfast had to be paid for by yourself. You can also choose a sea view room with breakfast. It is very nice and large and has a large sofa balcony. It is also great to see the price of the sea It’s reasonable to have a bus stop and traffic is convenient
FromS$219

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