Travel on the ETS KL Sentral to Sungai Petani high-speed Electric Train Service is quick and convenient with a number of departures a day in either direction.
With all Intercity Express Trains now cancelled on this route, the ETS Train is now the only way to travel from Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Petani by train (and vice versa).
(Jadual ETS dari KL Sentral ke Sungai Petani (SP))
KTM KL Sentral to Sg. Petani ETS train timetable.
Current ETS train timetable:
|Departs KL Sentral
|Arrives Sg. Petani
EG numbered trains are ETS Gold Services.
EP numbered trains are ETS Platinum Services with fewer stops along the route.
* These services are operated by the newer ETS2 trains that include a Business Class coach.
All trains operate daily.
You can also take these trains from the Old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station to SP >
Trains from Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Petani travel directly along the North - South railway line and stop at varying amounts of stations depending on which type of train you choose.
For information on Sungai Petani Railway Station click on the picture link below:
For alternative travel from Kuala Lumpur to Sg. Petani by bus:
(Harga Tiket Keretapi KTM ETS dari Kuala Lumpur Sentral ke Sungai Petani)
Ticket prices on the ETS train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral to Sg. Petani varies depending on which type of service you choose:
Please note: Now that KTM has a new Flexi Fare booking system, prices will change depending on many different factors.
How far in advance you book (it is cheaper to book as far in advance as you can and more expensive if you wait until the last minute).
What time of day, day of the week and time of the year you are travelling in with many different Peak and Off Peak times that change the price slightly.
For more information about KTM Flexi Fares, see the following page on our site:
(Beli Tiket di Keretapi ETS KL Sentral ke Sungai Petani)
Advance booking for these trains is highly recommended as trains can often run full during busy times of the year.
Train Tickets usually go on sale from a couple of weeks to a few months in advance (depending on any timetable changes that KTM are planning) and can be purchased from any ticket counter at any KTMB main railway station.
If you can't make it to the station or just want to save yourselves the time and expensive of travelling there just to buy your tickets:
You can easily book your tickets online, either directly from the KTMB website, or for an easier / quicker booking, you can use an online ticketing agent.
If you do go to KL Sentral to buy your tickets, be prepared for it to take some time as the ticket counter area is nearly always busy and you may have to wait quite a while to be served.
The procedure at the ticket counter at KL Sentral is to take a number from the KTM staff member at the desk, then wait in the seating area for your number to be called before you can go to the ticket counter.
All train times on this page are published for planning purposes only and may change without notice.