The KTM Sungai Gadut railway station (stesen keretapi Sg Gadut) is located in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia and is one of the stops on the Batu Caves to Tampin KTM Komuter (commuter) Line, travelling through the capital Kuala Lumpur at KL Sentral Railway Station.
Komuter trains in Malaysia are a good and inexpensive way of travelling, with trains from Sungai Gadut to KL Sentral leaving on a regular basis throughout the day and evening.
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Commuter trains on the Sungai Gadut route stop at the following railway stations:
Northbound Train Services:
Senawang, Seremban (the nearest station for ETS Train connections), Tiroi, Labu, Nilai, Batang Benar, Bangi, UKM, Kajang, Bandar Tasik Selatan (TBS Bus Station), Salak Selatan, Seputeh, Mid Valley, KL Sentral (the main transport hub in Kuala Lumpur and the best place to connect to long distance ETS services or the Port Klang Komuter Line), Kuala Lumpur's old station, Bank Negara, Putra, Sentul, Batu Kentonmen, Kampung Batu, Taman Wahyu and the final stop at Batu Caves.
Southbound Train Services:
Commuter trains travelling south have only a couple of stops at : Rembau and Tampin / Pulau Sebang.
From Tampin / Pulau Sebang you can then connect to the Shuttle Train services to Johor Bahru (JB Sentral Station).
Once at JB Sentral, you then have to change trains again for the short trip over the Causeway to Singapore Woodlands Train Checkpoint.
Currently there are no Electric Train Services (ETS) stopping at Sg. Gadut station, so if you want to travel on one of these fast, long distance services you can either:
Take a commuter service to Seremban (where there are a few trains a day heading north to Butterworth or Padang Besar (the Thailand / Malaysia border station).
Take a commuter from Sg. Gadut to KL Sentral, then take an ETS service from there. With all ETS trains stopping or originating at KL Sentral, there are many more long distance services to the north from here (ie Ipoh, Taiping, Bukit Mertajam, Butterworth Penang, Sungai Petani, Alor Setar / Arau for ferry boats to Langkawi Island).