Booking KTMB Train Tickets Online

When travelling by train in Malaysia, it is easy to book your tickets and plan you whole trip by booking KTMB train tickets online direct from the KTMB website, or through an online agent selling tickets.

You can usually buy your train tickets online for the same price as you would pay at a railway station ticket counter, so it should work out cheaper for you as it saves you the time and expense of travelling out to the railway station.



Booking KTM Train Tickets Online Via Ticketing Agents

Ticketing agents offer an easier booking process than the KTMB E-Tickets site.

BusOnlineTicket offer a very easy to use booking platform.

KTM Train Tickets are usually available to buy 60 days in advance.

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If you prefer to book your KTMB e-tickets directly from the KTMB website, please click on the link to the KTMB train booking page below.

https://intranet.ktmb.com.my/e-ticket/Login.aspx

If you find the train you want to travel on is full - check our online bus booking page for alternative arrangements here >>>

The KTMB Website Train Booking Process

Once you land on the KTMB website you can just check fares or make a booking.

If it is your first time using the booking service you will have to create a new account first before you are allowed to buy your tickets.

It is fairly easy to set up an account and if you plan on using this service again, make sure you make a note of your user name and password.

Once you are in the booking system you simply select your departure station, then arrival station, date and then you are given a choice (if available) of the trains operating on that particular route. Select the train service you want and then the seating / berths options will appear for that particular train. Choose your seat / bed then continue with the rest of the booking formalities.

One thing to note is that stations are arranged in order of Malaysian States, so if you do not know which state a particular place is in, it may take you a little time to find it.

Popular destinations can be found under the following State (in bold) and Name:

Johor
Johor Bahru is under the name JB Sentral

Kedah
Alor Setar for ferry to Langkawi from Kuala Kedah
Sungai Petani

Kelantan
Wakaf Bharu is the nearest station to Kota Bharu

Negeri Sembilan
Gemas (for connections to the Jungle Railway and connections to Shuttle Trains to JB Sentral / Singapore)

Perak
Ipoh

Perlis
Arau (nearest station to Kuala Perlis ferry to Langkawi)
Padang Besar (The Malaysia / Thailand border station)

Pulau Pinang
Butterworth for ferry to George Town on Penang Island

Singapore
Woodlands CIQ is the station for Singapore

Wilayah Persekutuan
Sentral Kuala Lumpur is KL Sentral train station
Kuala Lumpur is the old station just to the north

If you just want to check to see if there are any seats still available for trains for today or the next week, you can also do that on the KTM website.

Click here for more information and a direct link to the KTM seat availability page>>>

Payment is made by credit card and at the moment they except Visa, Mastercard or American Express.

Once you have made your train ticket booking, you can choose to print out the e-ticket yourself or pick it up from the ticket office at the station before boarding, giving them your booking reference.

Please Note :

Discounts for Senior Citizens (60+) are now available when booking online (for Malaysian citizens only).

If you want to book Senior Citizens train tickets you will have to use the KTM booking website (see link above) as ticket agents currently do no offer these discounted tickets.


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