Putra Bus Terminal is located at north of the city centre, near the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC). It caters to express buses plying the east coast states of Malaysia such as Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan. (Note: The Putra Bus Terminal has ceased operation in 2016, this article is no longer relevant).
The PWTC LRT station is across the road, next to The Sunway Putra Place.
On the adjacent end is the Putra KTM Komuter Station.
- [X] Putra Bus Terminal
-  Menara Dato’ Onn
-  Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC)
-  Dewan Merdeka
-  Dewan Tun Razak 1 & 2
-  Seri Pacific Hotel
-  The Sunway Putra Place
-  Legend Hotel
-  PWTC LRT Station (Ampang Line)
-  LRT Station Car Park
-  Anum Hotel
-  Bistari Condo Begonia
-  Bistari Condo Lavender
-  Kolej Binary
-  Putra Court Condominium
-  Hotel Grand Central
-  MSL Travel
-  Hotel Wira
-  Menara Putra Apartment
-  Villa Puteri Condominium
-  Villa Putera Condominium
-  Putra Komuter Station
-  Sri Bukit Tunku Condo
-  Horizon School
The bus terminal is operated by DBKL and also serves as a multi-storey car park. Amenities there include a baggage storage service, snack kiosks and a surau. There is also a taxi stand at the back of the building.
Passengers travelling to Central Pahang towns such as Raub, Kuala Lipis, Bentong, Temerloh and
Kuantan should board from the Pekeliling Bus Terminal instead.
How to drive to Putra Bus Terminal
From the Bank Negara junction, take Jalan Kuching and exit into PWTC. When driving from Jalan Pahang or Jalan Tun Razak, go up the flyover at the Jalan Ipoh interchange and turn left after the Bomba. PWTC will be on your left and Hentian Putra on your right.
The entrance to the car park is at the traffic light junction where The Sunway Putra Place is located. You can also take Jalan Raja Laut (one-way) and turn left at the Chow Kit junction.
- Address: Jalan Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- GPS Coordinates: N3 10.049 E101 41.426
Southbound buses is now handled by the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan at Bandar Tasik Selatan.
This bus terminal will eventually be replaced by the upcoming East Integrated Transport Terminal (Terminal Pengangkutan Bersepadu Timur) at Gombak.