The KTM Sungkai Railway Station (Stesen Keretapi Sungkai) is located in the state of Perak, Malaysia along the KTM Berhad North - South (West Coast) Line.
Sungkai Railway Station is served by ETS trains that operate on the KL Sentral - Ipoh - KL Sentral route.
To see the latest ETS train timetables to/from Sungkai, please see the following links on our site:
This timetable shows you train from Ipoh to Sungkai and from Sungkai to KL Sentral Railway Station.
This timetable shows trains from KL Sentral to Sungkai and from Sungkai to Ipoh.
The majority of trains on the KL - Ipoh route are ETS Gold services.
However, there are still a few of the cheaper ETS Silver services operating on this route (these trains are slightly slower as they stop at every station).
You can use these ETS train services to travel quickly from Sungkai to:
To the north.
From Ipoh, you can connect to ETS trains heading north to either Butterworth (Penang Sentral) or Padang Besar on the Malaysia - Thailand border. From Padang Besar, you can then connect to State Railways of Thailand services to Hat Yai Junction or take the night train to Bangkok.
To the south.
Kuala Kubu Bharu
Kuala Lumpur's old Moorish station
KL Sentral Railway Station
From KL Sentral you can connect to KTM Komuter trains that can take you as far as Tampin / Pulau Sebang.
From Tampin you then connect to Shuttle trains to JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, then take a short 5-minute Shuttle train to Woodlands in Singapore.
To travel by ETS train in Malaysia you need to have a reserved seat (no standing passengers are allowed) so there are a limited number of tickets available for each service.
To make sure you can get a seat on any particular train, you should plan ahead and book your tickets in advance.
Booking advance ETS tickets is easy to do - You can:
Visit any ticket counter at any ETS railway station.