The KTM KL Sentral Railway Station (stesen keretapi) is the major transport hub for the city of Kuala Lumpur, with KTM Berhad operating long distance services on the fast Electric Train Services (ETS) and shorter commuter services (komuter) around the city and beyond.
ETS trains to the north of KL Sentral run on either the KL to Padang Besar route, or the KL to Butterworth Penang route. Popular destinations to the north include Ipoh, Taiping, Penang, Alor Setar, Arau (for Langkawi), or to the Thailand border.
Popular ETS routes from KL Sentral Railway Station:
KL Sentral Railway Station is the main interchange station for both KTM Komuter Train Lines in this area of Malaysia.
Commuter trains are cheap and frequent, running from the early morning, until the last trains in the late evening.
Batu Caves - KL Sentral - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line:
This Komuter Line travels from the popular tourist attraction of Batu Caves, through Kuala Lumpur city centre, then heads south to TBS Bus Terminal (Bandar Tasek Selatan station), Seremban and Tampin.
Tampin - KL Sentral - Batu Caves Line:
For travel in the other direction from the south to Kuala Lumpur.
Tanjung Malim - KL Sentral - Port Klang Line:
This commuter line runs from the north to Kuala Lumpur city centre via places like Rawang, Sungai Buloh and Kepong Sentral, then heads to the coast through the Klang valley via Shah Alam and Klang, terminating at Pelabuhan Klang (Port Klang).
Port Klang - KL Sentral - Tg. Malaim Line:
For travel in the other direction from Pel. Klang to KL Sentral.
A new (2018) KTM Komuter services from KL Sentral to Subang Airport (SZB) is now in operation.
This service connects KL city centre to the Skypark Terminal at Subang Airport, stopping only at Subang Jaya along the route, which takes just 30 minutes to get to the airport.
To see the latest timetables, visit the KTM official websites Komuter page here >