The fastest way to travel from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur is on the (ETS) Electric Train Service from Ipoh to KL Sentral station.
ETS Trains from Ipoh to KL run frequently throughout the day, every day of the week.
New ETS Timetable valid from the 1st of December 2019 into 2020.
To see the full new ETS schedule for southbound trains click here >
New ETS Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur Train Timetable (Jadual Perjalanan ETS Terbaru) from the 11th of October 2019:
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|ES 9051||EG 9023||EG 9025||EG 9027||EG 9031||EG 9035||EG 9037|
|Kuala Kubu Bharu||06:30||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Kuala Lumpur (Old Station)||07:39||08:34||10:58||14:34||18:39||20:46||22:08|
Ipoh to KL trains not shown in the above timetable are the long distance services from Padang Besar to KL / Gemas and Butterworth to Kuala Lumpur route.
EG numbered trains are ETS Gold Services.
ES numbered trains are ETS Silver Services.
EP numbered trains are ETS Platinum Services.
If you want to travel by train from Ipoh to KLIA / KLIA2 - Kuala Lumpur International Airport, take any of the above services and once you arrive at KL Sentral Railway Station, follow the signs to the KLIA Ekspres Trains.
These services leave from the early morning until late at night and will get you to the airport terminals in 28 to 35 minutes.
Tickets on the Electric Train Service from Ipoh to KL Sentral cost :
Adult 25 MYR - Child 17 MYR
Adult 36 MYR - Child 22 MYR
Platinum Service (Long Distance ETS Services Only):
Adult 46 MYR - Child 27 MYR
To book these Electric train services, you can book them from the station on the day of travel if there are seats available, however, we would recommend you make an advance booking as often ETS Trains can be full.
Train tickets from Ipoh to KL go on sale anywhere from a few weeks, to a few months in advance (depending on when KTM release the seats and if there is a new timetable planned).
You can easily buy tickets in advance online through the KTM website (now the cheapest option) or by using an online ticket agent:
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