The KTM Gemas Railway Station is located in the state of Negeri Sembilan in Malaysia and is the junction for all trains heading to and from Johor Bahru / Singapore in the south.
It is also the station where the current electrified dual tracking ends and the end of the line for the new high-speed Electric Train Services (ETS).
The KTMB Railway Line splits at Gemas with the new electrified North - South Line heading all the way up to the Malaysia Thailand border at Padang Besar and the old Jungle Line heading up to Tumpat in the north-east.
South of Gemas the old single track heads to Singapore with Shuttle Trains and the odd Intercity Train, stopping at JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, where another Shuttle Train can take you over the Causeway to Woodlands Railway station in Singapore.
To see the latest new timetables please see the following pages on our site:
Please Note : From 19th May 2016 KTMB have rescheduled all trains.
From this date all Intercity trains north of Gemas on the North -South Railway Line are cancelled.
Only ETS Trains will now be operating long distance services north of Gemas.
Trains to the south of Gemas will now be operated by Shuttle Trains to JB Sentral.
You can travel by ETS electric trains from Gemas train station to popular destinations along the west coast of Malaysia such as Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Butterworth Penang, Langkawi Island (via Alor Setar or Arau) or all the way up to the border station with Thailand, Padang Besar.
Please see the following pages for ETS Trains to specific destinations :
Other popular destinations :
The famous scenic Jungle Line travels through the ancient forests of the centre of Peninsular Malaysia over to the east coast at Tumpat where the line ends.
This is the line to use if you want to travel to the Taman Negara National Park or up to Kota Bharu.
You can also connect by bus or taxi to the border with Thailand, where the Thai Railways Railway Line to Hat Yai and Bangkok begins at Sungai Kolok.
You can telephone the KTM Gemas contact number on :
07 - 9482863
Or telephone the main KTMB call centre on 1-300-88-5862