The KTM Kajang Railway Station (Stesen Keretapi Kajang) can be found in the Malaysian state of Selangor, with easy access to Kuala Lumpur city centre and KL Sentral Station by commuter trains (KTM Komuter).
For longer journeys, Kajang Station is on the high-speed Electric Train (ETS) route and now that the Intercity Express Trains have all been cancelled on the KTMB North - South Railway Line as far as Gemas, the new fast ETS Trains are the only way to travel.
Kajang Railway station also has connections to Kuala Lumpur city centre by MRT driverless trains that operate on the Kajang to Sungai Buloh route (SBK Line).
Kajang Station is on the KTM Komuter route between Batu Caves - KL - Tampin / Pulau Sebang.
These commuter trains are a great way to travel around cheaply, with many services from the early morning until the late evening.
For the latest commuter train schedule from Kajang (jadual Komuter Kajang) cick on a timetable link below:
These commuter shuttles will take you just 35 minutes to travel from Kajang to KL Sentral Station by train.
This Komuter Line means you can travel from Kajang to the following stations:
To the North:
Serdang, Bandar Tasik Selatan (TBS Bus Terminal - Terminal Bersepadu Selatan - KL's main long distance bus station), Salak Selatan, Seputeh, Mid Valley, KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, Bank Negara, Putra, Sentul, Batu Kentonmen, Kampung Batu, Taman Wahyu, Batu Caves.
To the South:
To see the full ETS timetables with all the stops, please see:
With the new ETS routes you can travel from Kajang by ETS Train to places like:
Tanjung Malim, Kampar, Ipoh, Kuala Kangsar, Taiping, Bukit Mertajam, Sungai Petani, Alor Setar and Arau (for boats to Langkawi Island) and a number of smaller stations in between.
With relatively few ETS services stopping at Kajang, if you want to travel to the north, you could easily take a KTM Komuter train to KL Sentral, where there are a lot more departures.
If you wish to travel from Kajang south to JB Sentral in Johor Bahru or Singapore, you will have to take an ETS Train to Gemas, then transfer onto a Shuttle Train to JB, then another Shuttle Train from JB to Woodlands in Singapore.
The MRT station in Kajang is built above the KTM Komuter station.
These driverless trains run very frequent services to KL City centre then on to the terminal station at Sungai Buloh.
You can also get from Kajang to KL Sentral by MRT if you take the MRT to Muzium Negara.
From Muzium Negara to KL Sentral station there is a pedestrian link that takes around 5 minutes to walk.
The MRT Kajang Line / Route is as follows:
For more information on the MRT trains from Kajang:
Please Note : All Intercity Diesel Train services have now been cancelled from the 19th May 2016 and replaced with the new fast ETS services.
You can call the Stesen Keretapi Kajang on the KTM Kajang contact number:
03 - 87331159
Or telephone the main KTM Berhad call centre on 1-300885862
If you want to buy Komuter and MRT tickets to / from Kajang, you book them on the day from the ticket counters or vending machines at the stations.
For ETS trains, advance booking is highly advisable.
You can pre-book seats in advance from any main KTMB railway station in Malaysia.