If you want to travel by cheap train, the KTM KL Sentral Tampin / Pulau Sebang Komuter services offer a good, inexpensive way to travel on this route, with more departures a day, compared to the faster, but much more costly ETS Electric Train Services.
On this page you will find the timetables for Komuter trains in both directions to and from Kuala Lumpur KL Sentral Railway Station.
The Tampin Railway Station (also called Pulau
Sebang), is a popular gateway to the Unesco World Heritage Site of Melaka Town (which can be reached from the station by taxi or cheap local bus from the centre of town).
The duration of the trip by commuter services is around two hours.
KL to Tampin Komuter Train Schedule valid from the 3rd of February 2018 until the 2nd of June 2018 (see new departure times from the 3rd of June below):
KTM Komuter services in Malaysia offer a cheap way to travel, but you may find you have to stand for part of the journey if you are travelling during the busiest times of day, as seats are on a first come, first served basis.
If you want to guarantee getting a seat, you will have to travel on the more expensive ETS trains.
|Departs KL Sentral||Arrives Tampin|
New KTM Komuter schedule from the 3rd of June 2018:
Departure times from KL Sentral:
If you are travelling to Tampin to connect to the Shuttle services to Johor Bahru JB Sentral:
Tampin to KL Komuter Train Schedule valid from the 3rd of February 2018 until the 2nd of June 2018 (see new departure times from the 3rd of June below):
|Departs Tampin||Arrives KL Sentral|
New Komuter schedule from the 3rd of June 2018:
Departure times from Tampin:
If you want to take one of the Komuter services, no advance tickets are available to purchase - you just turn up and buy your ticket on the day of departure.
If you want to travel between KL and Tampin by ETS you will have to reserve a seat.
You can do this on the day of travel if there are any seats left, but it is always advisable to book your seats in advance.
Advance ETS tickets can be purchased from any KTMB ticketing counter at any mainline station, or more easily: