By far the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to get from Kajang to KL Sentral Railway Station is to either take the MRT driverless train (Mass Rapid Transit) or the more direct KTM Commuter (Komuter) train.
(MRT dari Kajang ke KL Sentral)
These modern trains operated by MyRapid run from Kajang to Sungai Buloh on the MRT Kajang Line - MRT Laluan Kajang (formally called the MRT SBK Line - MRT Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line).
To get to KL Sentral using the MRT train you have to take the train to the MRT Muzium Negara station, then it is around 5 minutes walk to KL Sentral (there is a pedestrian linkway between the two stations so you don't have to worry about walking outside in the sun).
The duration of the MRT journey from Kajang to Muzium Negara is 40 minutes and stops at the following stations:
The MRT ticket price (harga tiket) from Kajang to Muzium Negara (for KL Sentral) is 3.80 MYR (Cash Price).
MRT schedule (jadual) from Kajang to KL Sentral (Muzium Negara):
MRT trains are the most frequent of all the services from Kajang Station with trains departing every 4 minutes during rush hours.
At other times of day, trains depart between every 7 minutes and 15 minutes (during the late evening).
At weekends and public holidays, trains are slightly less frequent but you will never have to wait more than 15 minutes for the next train.
The first MRT trains are at 06:00, the last MRT trains from Kajang are at around midnight.
(Keretapi Komuter KTM dari Kajang ke KL Sentral)
For a more direct route with no walking between stations required, you can take a commuter (Komuter) train operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB /KTM).
The duration of the journey from Kajang to Kuala Lumpur Sentral is between 35 - 40 minutes and the trains stop at the following stations:
The KTM Komuter ticket price (harga tiket) from Kajang to KL Sentral is 4.20 MYR (Cash Price).
To see the latest KTM Komuter train schedule (jadual) from Kajang click on the timetable link below:
(Kereta ETS dari Kajang ke KL Sentral)
These long-distance fast trains run on the route between Gemas and Padang Besar or Gemas and Butterworth Penang stopping at KL Sentral along their route.
There are currently very few ETS trains on this route and they will cost you a lot more (so it is best to travel by MRT or Komuter).
(Bas ke KL Sentral dari Kajang)
We would not recommend you take a bus on this route as the travel time would be so much longer due to all the traffic in the centre of the city.
However, if you do want to look into bus routes from Kajang to KL city centre you should visit the: