If you want to travel on a KTM TBS train, you have a choice of either the KTM Komuter services or for longer distances, ETS - Electric Train Services.
The TBS Bus Station (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) is located right next to the Bandar Tasik Selatan Railway Station, making travel by train to and from TBS your best option.
KTM Berhad operate two types of train services.
You can also travel to TBS by train using the
KTM commuter trains are a popular way to travel to and from TBS Bus Station as these services are cheap and fairly frequent.
To see the latest full timetables, see the links below:
To the north / east of TBS heading to KL Sentral, commuter services stop at :
Salak Selatan, Seputeh and Mid Valley.
After KL Sentral many trains continue to Batu Caves stopping at:
Kuala Lumpur old station, Bank Negara, Putra, Sentul, Batu Kentonmen, Kampung Batu and Taman Wahyu.
You can also change Komuter Lines at KL Sentral on to the Port Klang - Tanjung Malim Line
Stops from Tanjung Malim to KL Sentral are:
Kuala Kubu Bharu, Rasa, Batang Kali, Serendah, Rawang, Kuang, Sungai Buloh, Kepong Sentral, Kepong, Segambut, Putra, Bank Negara and Kuala Lumpur old station.
Between KL Sentral and Port Klang (Pelabuhan Klang) stops are:
Angkasapuri, Pantai Dalam, Petaling, Jalan Templer, Kampung Dato Harun, Seri Setia, Setia Jaya, Batu Tiga, Shah Alam, Padang Jawa, Bukit Badak, Klang, Teluk Pulai, Teluk Gadong, Kampung Raja Uda andJalan Kastam
To the south you can travel from TBS to the following stations by Komuter train:
Serdang, Kajang, UKM, Bangi, Batang Benar, Nilai, Labu, Tiroi, Seremban, Senawang, Sungai Gadut, Rembau and Tampin (Pulau Sebang).
From Tampin, you can now connect to Shuttle Train services to JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, then another Shuttle from JB to Singapore.
For the latest ETS timetables from TBS Bus Station, please see:
If you want to travel to / from TBS by ETS services, there are only a few trains in either direction currently stopping here.
Often (if heading north), your best option is to first take a short train ride to KL Sentral from TBS, then connect to much more frequent trains from there.
You can take an ETS to the south as far as Gemas, then connect to the Shuttle Services to JB Sentral, then on to Singapore.
To the north, you can travel all the way to the Thailand border at Padang Besar or to popular destinations such as Ipoh, Taiping, Butterworth (for Penang Island), Sungai Petani and Alor Setar / Arau (for Langkawi Island).
KLIA Transit Trains are the way to travel if you want to go to / from KLIA / KLIA2.
Trains are quite frequent departing every 15 minutes during peak hours, every 30 minutes at other times.
To see the latest timetable please visit the:
Another good option for travel to / from TBS and Kuala Lumpur city centre is to take one of the LRT Trains.
This gives you more options to get to many of the popular destinations in KL.
TBS is a stop on the LRT Sri Petaling Line.
You will then have to change Lines to get to places like Bukit Bintang, China Town, Pudu Sentral, KLCC...
For more information. route maps and a useful journey planner: