Located in the Royal town of Perak, the KTM Kuala Kangsar Railway Station has trains operating on the West Coast Line stopping off here, with the new high-speed Electric Train Services (ETS) making travel to Kuala Kangsar fast and convenient.
From the 16th of September 2023, the KTM Komuter Utara (northern commuter) line has been extended and will now stop at
The KTMB (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad) Malaysian Railways West Coast Line offers train services from Singapore / JB to the south, all the way up the west coast of the country and to the Malaysia / Thailand border station at Padang Besar.
To view the full ETS timetables to and from Kuala Kangsar Station, please see the following links:
For timetables and fares for train between Kuala Kangsar and Kuala Lumpur, please see the following pages:
Other popular destinations:
You can travel by ETS Train from Kuala Kangsar to popular destinations to the north, such as:
All ETS services terminate at the Malaysia / Thailand border station of Padang Besar.
From Padang Besar you can take a Shuttle service to Hat Yai.
Or, take the International Express to Bangkok.
ETS Trains to the south speed their way to KL Sentral and now have been extended down to Gemas.
Trains to the south of K. Kangsar stop off at:
If you want to travel further south in to Johor state where the line is still being upgraded, you will have to change trains at Gemas.Shuttle services travel down to JB Sentral, Johor Bahru.
Then another Shuttle takes you over the Causeway to Singapore.
From the 16th of September 2023, the Butterworth to Padang Rengas KTM Komuter Utara route has been extended to Ipoh, stopping at Kuala Kangsar.
These regular, cheaper trains can now be used to travel from
to Ipoh (to the south), or from Kuala Kangsar to Butterworth (to the north). You can also connect to the other
KTM Komuter Utara
route from Butterworth to Padang Besar (on the border with Thailand) by changing trains at Bukit Mertajam.
Stations on this route are (from south to north):
Ipoh, Sungai Siput, Kuala Kangsar, Panang Rengas, Taiping, Kamunting, Bagan Serai, Parit Buntar, Nibong Tebal, Simpang Ampat, Bukit Mertajam (BM), Bukit Tengah, and Butterworth (Penang Sentral).
All the ETS trains travelling to or from Kuala Kangsar can be booked from any KTMB main station ticketing counter in advance, or:
KTM Komuter tickets from Kuala Kangsar are only sold from the station ticket counter on the day of travel.
You can telephone the Stesen Keretapi Kuala Kangsar on the KTM Kuala Kangsar contact number :
05 - 7761094
Or telephone the main KTM call centre on 1-300-88-5862