The KTM UKM Railway Station (Stesen Keretapi UKM) is located in Selangor, Malaysia and is served by Komuter (commuter) trains on the Batu Caves - KL Sentral - Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line.
UKM is where you will find the National University of Malaysia (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia).
These cheap commuter services are a good way to travel from UKM to Kuala Lumpur city centre and beyond to the north and Tampin to the south (where you can connect to Shuttle services to JB Sentral).
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KTM Komuter trains from UKM to the north, stop at the following stations:
Kajang (nearest ETS train connecting station for northbound services), Serdang, Bandar Tasek Selatan BTS where the TBS Bus Terminal is located), Salak Selatan, Seputeh, Mid Valley, KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, Bank Negara, Putra, Sentul, Batu Kentonmen, Kampung Batu, Taman Wahyu and Batu Caves.
Change trains at KL Sentral for the other KTM Komuter route between Port Klang and Tanjung Malim.
Komuter services travelling south from UKM stop at these stations:
Bangi, Batang Benar, Nilai, Labu, Tiroi, Seremban (nearest ETS stop for southbound services), Senawang, Sungai Gadut, Rembau and Tampin (also called Pulau Sebang).
At Tampin you can connect with a Shuttle Train service that can take you all the way to Johor Bahru (JB Sentral) and Singapore.
The fast Electric Train Services (ETS) do no stop at UKM station, so if you want to travel on these long distance services you will have to first take a commuter service to either Kajang (just one stop to the north) or better still, take the commuter to KL Sentral where there are a greater amount of departures.
If you go to KL Sentral, you have many ETS departures a day heading north to places like Ipoh, Taiping, Butterworth (for George Town on Penang Island), Sungai Petani, Alor Setar / Arau (for ferry boats to Langkawi Island) and Padang Besar where the border with Malaysia nad Thailand is located.
If you want to travel south from UKM by train, you can either take an ETS as far as Gemas or take the Komuter to Tampin.
If you want to connect to ETS services, you will first have to take a commuter train to Seremban, however, it is easier to stay on the Komuter train all the way to Tampin.