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There are two main areas within Peninsular Malaysia where you can use these Komuter Trains and they are the cheapest and fastest (compared to the bus) way of getting around for relatively short distances:
The north between the state of Perlis on the border with Thailand, Kedah, Penang and Perak - see the next section below.
(Jadual Komuter Utara)
This new northern KTM Komuter route (Komuter Utara) only started operating in 2015 and is a good cheap way to travel by train in the states of Perlis, Kedah, Penang and into Perak.
There are actually two separate commuter routes in the north and you have to change trains at Bukit Mertajam to connect with either route.
Commuter trains on this route operate (waktu operasi) every hour or two between Butterworth in Penang to the Thailand border at Padang Besar.
Stations on this route from south to north are:
- Butterworth - Bukit Tengah - Bukit Mertajam (Interchange Station) - Tasek Gelugor - Sungai Petani - Gurun - Kobah - Alor Setar - for boats to Langkawi from Kuala Kedah - Anak Bukit - Kodiang - Arau - for boats to Langkawi from Kuala Perlis - Bukit Ketri - Padang Besar
A Shuttle Train Service can take you from Padang Besar to Hat Yai (operated by the State Railway of Thailand - SRT), where there are many more trains leaving north up to Bangkok, travelling through the central southern area of the country, before joining the east coast.
Or you can take the popular International Express from Padang Besar to Bangkok.
This commuter route takes you from Penang state to Perak state, stopping at the following stations (from north to south):
There are now (from March 2020) more trains a day that continue / start from Butterworth (Penang Sentral), stopping at Bukit Tengah, before reaching BM.
(Jadual Komuter Selatan)
There are two KTM Komuter Routes in this area of the country with frequent trains throughout the day and evening:
Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Route
Tanjung Malim - Pelabuhan Klang Route
To view the latest Komuter schedules (jadual Komuter terkini) on the Batu Caves Line, please see:
To view the latest Komuter schedules on the Port Klang Line, please see:
All southern commuter routes go through Kuala Lumpur at KL Sentral, Putra, Bank Negara and Kuala Lumpur's old station.
Batu Caves - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Komuter Route / Line
Stations on this line are:
Batu Caves, Taman Wahyu, Kampung Batu, Batu Kentonmen, Sentul, Putra, Bank Negara, Kuala Lumpur old station, KL Sentral, Mid Valley, Seputeh, Salak Selatan, Bandar Tasik Selatan (TBS Bus Station), Serdang, Kajang, UKM, Bangi, Batang Benar, Nilai, Labu, Tiroi, Seremban, Senawang, Sungai Gadut, Rembau, Tampin.
Popular routes on the Batu Caves - Pulau Sebang / Tampin Line:
Tanjung Malim - Pelabuhan Klang Komuter Route / Line
Stations on this line are:
Tg. Malim, Kuala Kubu Bharu, Rasa, Batang Kali, Serendah, Rawang, Kuang, Sungai Buloh, Kepong Sentral, Kepong, Segambut, Putra, Bank Negara, Kuala Lumpur old station, KL Sentral, Abdullah Hukum, Angkasapuri, Pantai Dalam, Petaling, Jalan Templer, Kampung Dato Harun, Seri Setia, Setia Jaya, Subang Jaya (for Skypark Link), Batu Tiga, Shah Alam, Padang Jawa, Bukit Badak, Klang, Teluk Pulai, Teluk Gadong, Kampung Raja Uda, Jalan Kastam, Pelabuhan Klang (Port Klang).
Popular routes on the Tanjung Malim - Pel. Klang (Port Klang) Line:
(Tambang / Harga Tiket Komuter)
For a full price list of the latest fares for all Komuter trains in Malaysia: