The ETS KL Sentral to Ipoh route is the busiest long-distance train route in Malaysia with the most departures.
There is a dedicated KL to Ipoh route with ETS Silver and Gold services.
You can also use the long-distance Gold and Platinum trains to get to Ipoh from KL.
The duration of the train journey from KL Sentral (Stesen Sentral Kuala Lumpur) to Ipoh is around two hours and 35 minutes for the fastest services.
(Jadual ETS KL Sentral ke Ipoh)
New ETS Timetable valid from the 26th of June 2020.
New ETS KL to Ipoh Train Schedule for 2020:
|Train no||Departs KL Sentral||Arrives Ipoh||Operating Days|
Train numbers starting with an EP are Platinum ETS Services.
Train numbers starting with an EG are Gold ETS Services.
Train numbers starting with an ES are Silver ETS Services.
Trains marked with a * are newer ETS2 trains that operate with a Business Class coach.
Please note: Although the timetable above shows all trains from KLS to Ipoh, many of them are long-distance services that may be harder to purchase tickets for (KTM hold back the sales for these trains for passengers travelling on longer trips).
The trains starting with the number "90" are services on the dedicated KLS to Ipoh route and therefore tickets are available to purchase as far in advance as all other tickets on the KTM network.
(Tambang / Harga Tiket ETS KL Sentral ke Ipoh)
The price of seats on the ETS KL to Ipoh trains vary depending on what type of train you use:
The cheapest are the Silver services followed by Gold then Platinum.
To travel on any Electric Train Service in Malaysia you will need a ticket for a reserved seat.
Once all the seats have been sold, the train is officially full and no standing passengers without a seat reservation are allowed.
So, if you want to travel on a particular train, you should book your seats in advance.
You can book advance tickets on ETS trains from any ETS railway station ticketing counter.
Train tickets in Malaysia are usually available to buy from anywhere between 2 to 3 months in advance, to as little as just a couple of weeks ahead (it all depends on when KTM release tickets for sale and if they are planning one of their regular timetable changes).