On this page you will find links to the ETS schedule / timetable for the all the high-speed Electric Train Services in Malaysia that currently operate between Padang Besar (on the border with Thailand) to the north, and Gemas to the south.
The line south of Gemas to Johor Bahru is currently being upgraded and a new Shuttle Trains Service is in operation on this section of the tracks.
See the full timetables for the new ETS services here:
From Gemas, Shuttle trains continue south to Johor Bahru (JB Sentral) and Singapore (Woodlands).
Currently there are a number of new routes for the ETS Trains :
Plus the original KL - Ipoh Route.
The new ETS routes include trains from :
Please Note : a new ETS schedule will come into effect from the 1st of February 2017.
You can see the full new ETS timetables here :
There are now many ETS Services a day on this route between Kuala Lumpur's KL Sentral Railway Station and Ipoh Railway Station, stopping at the following stations on its route.
These trains stop at :
You can also use the newer ETS train from KL to Padang Besar to get to Ipoh (see below).
The new ETS Gold and ETS Platinum Services from Kuala Lumpur to Padang Besar are limited stop services, calling at the following stations (please note : from 1/2/2017 these services will no longer be taking the branch line to Butterworth / Bukit Mertajam) :
This ETS Service operates between Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Butterworth in Penang and is now part of a separate KL - Butterworth route, adding the following stations to the ETS route :
The ETS Service that runs from Butterworth in Penang to the Thai border at Pdg. Besar has now been cancelled.
Replacing the ETS trains are regular and cheap KTM Komuter Trains.
these services stop at :
Starting from the 10th October 2015, the line between KL Sentral and Gemas was opened to the ETS Trains.
Stations this service will stop at between Gemas and KL Sentral :
To view the timetables please see :