Taking the KTM Komuter train is the easiest and cheapest way to travel from Kajang to Seremban, with regular departures from the first train of the day in the early morning, to the last train late in the evening.
You could also take one of the fast Electric Train services on this route, however, there are only a few trains a day and it will cost you many times the price.
(Jadual KTM Kajang ke Seremban)
(Jadual KTM Komuter dari Kajang ke Seremban)
The duration of the commuter train journey from Kajang to Seremban is approximately 50 minutes, with stops at the following stations along the route:
If you would like to check for the latest KTM Komuter train information from the official KTMB website, you can:
(Jadual ETS dari Kajang ke Seremban)
With so few Electric Train Services currently operating on this route, it is best to stick to using the KTM Komuter train services.
However, the one advantage of the ETS train is that it is faster (it only takes around 40 minutes) and you are guaranteed a seat as you need a seat reservation to travel on any ETS service in Malaysia (no standing passengers are allowed on ETS services while on the Komuter trains seating is on a first-come, first-served basis with a wide passenger standing area along the centre of the train coach).
If you are still interested in travelling by ETS train to Seremban:
(Harga Tiket KTM Kajang ke Seremban)
Travel by commuter train is very cheap.
ETS trains are much more expensive on this route and are usually only worth travelling on for longer distances.
With KTM's Fleksi Fares for ETS trains, the price also varies depending on how far in advance you book (the further ahead the cheaper) and a number of other factors such as the time of year you want to travel (ie holiday periods are more expensive).
The only way to get an actual price for any given day is to go through the online booking process.