KL Sentral to Bangi KTM Komuter Train Schedule (Jadual) & Fare

To get from KL Sentral to Bangi, the quickest, cheapest and most direct way to travel is to take one of the regular KTM Komuter trains (commuter) operated by Malaysian Railways (KTMB) on the Batu Caves - Tampin/Pulau Sebang Komuter Route (Laluan).

KTM KL Sentral to Bangi Komuter Train Timetable

(Jadual Waktu Keretapi Komuter KTM KL Sentral ke Bangi)

For the latest commuter schedule from KL Sentral station to KTM Bangi, click on the timetable link below:


To see the KTM Komuter timetable in the other direction from Bangi to KL Sentral, please see:

our Tampin to Batu Caves schedules page here >

Movement Control Order (MCO / CMCO / RMCO) - Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP / PKPB / PKPP) 2020.

KTM has reduced train departures during this period.

To see all the temporary KTM Komuter timetables during the latest RMCO period (时间表 / Jadaul KTM Komuter sepanjang PKPP) click here >

If you would like to check departure times at the official KTMB website:

You can visit the KTMB.com.my Komuter page here >


The duration of the train journey to Bangi from KL Sentral station is approximately 47 minutes.

These trains stop at the following stations along the route (laluan):

KTM Komuter train on the Bangi routeKTM Komuter train on the Bangi route

KTM Ticket Price to Bangi from KL Sentral

(Harga Tiket KTM ke Bangi dari KL Sentral)

The KTM Komuter train fare (tambang) from KL Sentral to Bangi costs 5.50 MYR (Cash Price).

For all Cash Price Komuter fares to/from KL Sentral station click here >

You buy your tickets in the form of tokens which let you pass through the departure gates.

To purchase tokens just go to the KTM Komuter ticket counter located on the main concourse of KL Sentral station (just look for the big KTM Komuter sign).

Once you have your token, you can then take the next train heading south towards Tampin/Pulau Sebang

Carriage on a KTM Komuter train from KLCarriage on a KTM Komuter train from KL

As you can see from the picture above, KTM Komuter trains have their seats arranged along the side of the coach with a wide central aisle for standing passengers.

If you want to avoid the crowds and have a good chance of getting a seat, travel during the off-peak times and not during the rush hours of the early morning and late afternoon when trains will be full of commuters travelling to/from work.


Related Pages:

Bangi KTM Komuter trains page >

KL Sentral KTM trains page >

All KTM Komuter timetables and routes in Malaysia >

Other KTM Train routes from KL Sentral:

KTM KL Sentral to Batu Caves >

KTM KL Sentral to Mid Valley >

KTM KL Sentral to TBS >

KTM KL Sentral to Nilai >

KTM KL Sentral to Serdang >

KTM Kl Sentral to Kajang >

KTM KL Sentral to Seremban >

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