The KTM Sungai Buloh Railway Station (Stesen Keretapi Sugai Buloh) is located in the state of Selangor along Malaysian Railways North - South Line and served by the new fast Electric Train Services (ETS Intercity) and the much more frequent commuter services , on the on the Tanjung Malim – Pelabuhan Klang (Port Klang) KTM Komuter Line.
Sungai Buloh Station is not a major stop for the new long distance ETS Trains and only a few ETS Gold services stop here.
More frequent Gold and Silver ETS trains stopping here operate on the KL Sentral - Ipoh route.
ETS Platinum services currently do not stop here.
KL - Ipoh Route Timetables:
Long distance ETS Timetables:
You can use these Intercity ETS Trains to travel long distance to places like :
Ipoh, Taiping, Butterworth Penang, Sungai Petani, Arau or Alor Setar (for boats to Langkawi) and Padang Besar on the border with Thailand to the north, then take a Shuttle to Hat Yai or International Express to Bangkok.
For more frequent ETS services heading north, it is better to take a Komuter Train to Tanjung Malim first, as all ETS Gold services stop here (see Komuter section below).
To the south, ETS services travel through KL to Gemas where the new dual electrified track currently ends.
From Gemas you will have to connect with Shuttle Trains to JB Sentral in Johor Bahru and Singapore.
Sungai Buloh Station is on the Tanjung Malim – Pelabuhan Klang (Port Klang) Komuter Line / Route.
These commuter services run regularly from early morning to late evening with trains from Sg. Buloh to KL Sentral every 15 minutes during the busy rush hours.
Travelling further south, some trains continue on to Klang and the final stop, Pelabuhan Klang.
You can also use these trains to travel short distances to the north with many trains going to Rawang and Tanjung Malim.
For more information, route map and links to the latest schedules :
Tickets for the KTM Komuter services are only available on the day of travel and no advance booking is available or necessary.
ETS Intercity trains are available for sale from a few weeks ahead, up to a couple of months ahead and advance booking is highly recommended.
You can book ETS tickets from any mainline KTMB station or you can easily :