The KTM Sungai Siput Railway Station (stesen keretapi) is located in the state of Perak, Malaysia on the Malaysian Railways West Coast (north-south) Line between the much larger stations of Ipoh and Kuala Kangsar.
Only a few Gold Electric Train Services (ETS) stop here.
The faster ETS Platinum services do not stop here.
From the 16th of September 2023, the KTM Komuter Utara route has been extended to
To see the new KTM Komuter train timetable on the Sungai Siput to Ipoh / Butterworth route, click on a timetabe below:
Stations on this Komuter Utara route:
From Sungai Siput to Ipoh (southbound).
From Sungai Siput to
Kuala Kangsar, Panang Rengas, Taiping, Kamunting, Bagan Serai, Parit
Buntar, Nibong Tebal, Simpang Ampat, Bukit Mertajam, Bukit Tengah,
and Butterworth Penang Sentral (northbound).
Stations on this route are:
Tasek Gelugor, Sungai Petani, Gurun, Kobah, Alor Setar, Anak Bukit, Kodiang, Arau, Bukit Ketri and Padang Besar on the Malaysia - Thailand border.
To view most recent full ETS train timetable to and from Sungai Siput Station, please see the following pages on our site:
To see the train timetables and fares for the train from Sungai Siput to KL Sentral station in Kuala Lumpur, please see the following pages:
The ETS Gold services that do stop at Sungai Siput can take you all the way up to the Malaysia - Thailand border station at Padang Besar, where you can travel on to Hat Yai Junction Railway Station by Shuttle train or take the night sleeper train all the way to Bangkok.
Other popular destinations by rail to the north include:
Travelling south you can take the train from Sungai Siput to Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur (where you can change onto the KTM Komuter Lines to Tampin, Batu Caves and Port Klang, TBS, Seremban and Tampin (for Melaka).
When you want to travel by ETS train in Malaysia, you should always book your tickets in advance to make sure you can get a seat on any particular train.
To book advance ETS train tickets you can:
Visit any KTM Berhad ETS railway station and buy your tickets in person from the station ticket counter.
If you want to travel on the cheaper KTM Komuter trains, tickets are only sold on the day of travel from the station ticket counter.