If you want to travel from Seremban to Langkawi by train, one of the most popular routes to take is to travel on the ETS Seremban to Arau train, then go to Kuala Perlis Jetty for the boat over to Kuah on Pulau Langkawi.
The duration of the journey by ETS from Seremban to Arau for the direct train is around six hours the three quarters.
(Jadual Keretapi KTM ETS ke Arau dari Seremban)
KTM Seremban to Arau ETS train timetable:
Please note: Due to Covid 19, KTM is currently operating a reduced temporary schedule - to see the temporary ETS timetable click here >
|Train Number||Departs Seremban||Arrives Arau||Operating Days|
This EG numbered train is an ETS Gold service.
(Cara alternatif untuk pergi dari Seremban ke Arau dengan Keretapi)
As there is currently only one direct train to Arau from Seremban, another alternative way to travel by train is to first go to KL Sentral Railway Station where there are more ETS services going to Arau.
To get to KL Sentral from Seremban you can take one of the many cheap KTM Komuter train services (commuter).
If you want to see the full KTM ETS timetable for all trains to Arau, see the following page on our site:
(Stesen Keretapi KTM Arau ke Jeti Feri Langkawi)
Arau Railway Station is located approximately 18 km away from the jetty at Kuala Perlis where boats depart to Langkawi.
To get from KTM Arau to Kuala Perlis Jetty, the easiest and by far the quickest way to get there is to take a taxi.
If you are not in a rush, you can take a local MyBas Perlis bus from in front of the KTM Arau station to Kuala Perlis Bus Terminal via Kangar.
For more information, timetable and fares for the bus from Arau to Kuala Perlis you can visit:
For information on the train station in Arau, Perlis, click on the picture link below:
For ferry departure times and ticket prices from Kuala Perlis to Langkawi (Kuah):
(Tambang / Harga Tiket ETS Seremban ke Arau)
(Beli Tiket di ETS Train dari Seremban ke Arau)
Whenever you want to travel on an ETS train in Malaysia you should always book your tickets in advance rather than just turning up at the station on the day you want to travel as trains can often be full.
This is because there are a limited amount of seats available, there are no standing passengers allowed and each passenger requires a reserved seat to board the train.
Booking advance tickets is an easy thing to do in Malaysia.
You can go to any ticket counter at any ETS train station.