An ETS Gold night train service, the ETS 9224 originates from KL Sentral Railway Station in Kuala Lumpur and terminates at the Malaysia - Thailand border at Padang Besar Railway Station.
New ETS Timetable valid from the 26th of June 2020.
Timetable valid for 2019 and into 2020:
|Kuala Lumpur (Old)||22:56|
|Kuala Kubu Bharu||-|
This service operates every day.
Other timetables for ETS train services on the route to Padang Besar:
If you are taking this train all the way to the Thai border, you will have to wait a while for the main border crossing to open (located right next to the railway station).
Once across the border, you can get there is transport by local bus and minivan to Hat Yai.
To find ticket prices, please see fares from popular destinations on the following pages:
If you want to travel by ETS train in Malaysia, you will need to make a seat reservation.
Booking your seats is easy and you should always book as far in advance as you can as many services often operate full during busy periods.
To make a booking you can:
Visit any mainline ETs railway station and buy your tickets from the ETS ticket counter.
This Gold Class 93 Electric Train Service (ETS) operates with 6 coaches / carriages.
Each end of the train has a driver's cab so the train can travel in either direction without being turned around.
ETS services travelling north usually have coach F as the first carriage, so that is how the seating plan is shown below.
Seats in each carriage can be facing forwards or backwards.
If you need to know 100% for sure which way the train will be operating, you will have to contact KTM directly.
This should be the front coach on this train.
Rows 1 to 8 have seats that face forward.
Rows 9 to 14 have seats that face backwards.
Between rows 14 and 15 there is a table, so row 15 also faces forwards, making this a good place to sit if you are in a group of four.
This coach has a toilet located in front of row 1.
Seats in rows 1 to 8 and 14 face forwards, seats in row 9 to 13 face backwards.
There is a table in between rows 13 and 14.
This carriage has a special seating area for the disabled and elderly, as well as the disabled toilet/washroom (located behind row 10).
Forward-facing seats on this coach are located in rows 2 to 6, backwards-facing seats are in rows 7 to 10 and row 1, with a table between row 1 and 2.
This is the carriage where you will find the food and beverage outlet as well as the prayer room.
As this is now the second half of the train, seats are now reversed.
Rows 7 to 10 face forwards, while rows 1 to 7 and 11 travel backwards, with a table between rows 10 and 11.
If you book your seats using the KTM website, you will see seat numbers in both Blue and Grey.
Blue seats are those still available, while Grey seats are those already reserved/booked.
On this coach you will find another toilet located behind row 1.
Forward-facing seats are in rows 9 to 13, backwards-facing seats are in rows 1 to 8 and 14. There is a table between row 13 and 14.
Coach A is the end of the train and the reverse of coach F.
Forward-facing seats are in rows 9 to 14, backwards-facing seats are in rows 1 to 8 and 15, with a table between row 14 and 15.