Travelers arriving on flights to Shiraz International Airport (SYZ) will find themselves in Iran's second most modern airport after Tehran. All of the standard amenities are offered to visitors here. Travelers in search of a cold drink or a light meal can sit down in one of the airport's restaurants, which serve traditional Persian food. Visitors who need to pick up last-minute gifts or a local newspaper can head to one of the airport shops before proceeding on to ground transportation. Budget travelers on flights to Shiraz International Airport (SYZ) can take city bus No. 10 into downtown Shiraz. Outside the terminal, city green-and-yellow taxis locally referred to as "yogurt and cucumber" cabs, and newer yellow cabs are lined up waiting for passengers. Visitors can reach Shiraz from any of the major Iranian cities. There are also several daily flights from the Persian Gulf states, including the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is the only place outside the Middle East to offer direct flights to Shiraz. Air Arabia, Eram Air, Gulf Air, Iran Air, Iran Air Tours, Iran Aseman Airlines, Jazeera Airways, Kish Air, Mahan Air, and Saudi Arabian Airlines provide flights to Shiraz International Airport (SYZ).