The KTM Kampar Railway Station is located in the state of Perak, Malaysia, along the KTMB Malaysian Railways North -South Line and has many departures a day, with the new high-speed ETS (Electric Train Service) stopping here.
ETS trains from Ipoh to Kampar depart on a regular basis with many services a day.
Kampar is just two stops down the line on these Electric Trains from Ipoh and take just 23 minutes.
ETS trains from Kampar to KL Sentral take around two hours.
Kampar to KL Sentral ETS train ticket prices cost 22MYR on a "Silver Service" or 31MYR for the "Gold Service".
You can also use these ETS trains to get to : Batu Gajah, Tapah Road, Sungkai, Slim River, Behrang, Tanjung Malim, Kuala Kubu Baru, Rawang, Sungai Buloh and Kepong Sentral.
To see all the tickets prices / fares to these destinations :
With more and more new ETS Trains coming online, you can now travel by ETS Train from Kampar to Gemas to the south and from Kampar to Padang Besar in the north on the Malaysia - Thailand border and Butterworth (for Georgetown / Penang Island)
For short journeys you can often buy your tickets from the train station (if there are seats still available - advance booking s still recommended even for short trips).
For longer journeys you should always book your tickets in advance!
To book your tickets in advance, you can :
If you want to just check for seat availability for the week ahead, you can also do that on the KTMB website.
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There are three Intercity trains in either direction that stop at Kampar railway station.
To view the full timetables click on the train number / name.
Please Note : All Intercity Train services to/from Kampar have now been cancelled (from 19th May 2016).
Trains to Kampar from the north :
Train number 1, the Ekspres Rakyat travels from Butterworth, Penang all the way down to JB Sentral in Johor Bahru.
You can use this train to travel from Kampar to places like Kuala Lumpur, Seremban, Melaka (via Tampin), Segamat, Kluang, Johor Bahru (JB Sentral) and Singapore via the shuttle train from JB.
Train number 21 Peninsular Express departs from the Southern Thai city of Hat Yai, crosses the border at Padang Besar, makes stops at Arau and Alor Setar (ferry links to Langkawi Island) then travels down to Butterworth and onto Kampar, KL Sental then all the way down to JB Sentral.
Train Number 25, Senandung Sutera, is a night train that originates a couple of stops north of Kampar at Ipoh and travels overnight to JB Sentral station in Johor Bahru.
Trains to Kampar from the South :
Train number 2 (Ekspre Rakyat) originates at JB Sentral, then continues on to Butterworth.
Train number 20 (Peninsular Express) originates in JB Sentral and then continues on to Hat Yai in Thailand.
Train number 24 (Senandung Sutera) originates in JB Sentral and terminates at Ipoh in Perak.