Death toll rises in Malaysia boat tragedy

The confirmed death toll rose to 16 on Wednesday after a boat overloaded with illegal Indonesian immigrants sank off Malaysia, and more than 20 are still believed missing.  Ten bodies were recovered on Monday, four on Tuesday and two on Wednesday, a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency spokesman told AFP. Some of the bodies were washed

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AirAsia denies role in Rolls-Royce corruption scandal

Malaysia-based AirAsia on Monday denied any connection to the corruption scandal engulfing Rolls-Royce, which reportedly paid millions of dollars in bribes to win contracts. After...

AirAsia denies role in Rolls-Royce corruption scandal

Feeder bus loses control on Federal Highway, slams into five vehicles

Cue massive traffic

Feeder bus loses control on Federal Highway, slams into five vehicles

Search for the missing MH370 plane to end in two weeks

The countries will soon decide what to do

Search for the missing MH370 plane to end in two weeks

AirAsia to deploy more flights for Chinese New Year

Good news for all you travellers out

AirAsia to deploy more flights for Chinese New Year

Soon-to-wed couple dies in head-on collision near Dungun

Their car swayed into the opposite

Soon-to-wed couple dies in head-on collision near Dungun

Woohoo! Malaysians get free MRT rides for a month

A new year's gift to the people, said PM Najib

Woohoo! Malaysians get free MRT rides for a month

Six members of a family killed in horrific car crash in Terengganu

The family had earlier attended a

Six members of a family killed in horrific car crash in Terengganu

Finally, we know the answer to which ride-hailing app is cheaper in Malaysia: Uber or Grab

And the winner

Finally, we know the answer to which ride-hailing app is cheaper in Malaysia: Uber or Grab

Chinese tourists narrowly escape burning bus on the NSE

The bus was completely destroyed by the

Chinese tourists narrowly escape burning bus on the NSE

Coconuts KL Transportation

Nothing makes a Malaysian more passionate than the word “transportation”. That’s because for a small country like Malaysia, there seems to be a lot of stories -- good and bad -- involving the state of our public transport, be it the LRT or the airlines. And that is where Coconuts KL comes in. From last minute cancellation announcements to highway closures or the launch of a brand new sedan, you can be sure that you’ll be one of the first to read about it on Coconuts KL.