If you want to book railway tickets in Malaysia, the KTMB E Ticket System is the online ticket booking facility from KTM Berhad (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad), Malaysia Railways, used on their website and by online ticket agents.
All KTMB railway services on the new Electric Train Services (ETS) can be booked online as well as the older Intercity Express Trains on the Jungle line, Gemas - JB Shuttle Services and Shuttle Trains between JB and Singapore.
(Beli Tiket Keretapi KTMB Terus dari Laman Web KTM)
Using a ticket agent is the simplest way to book your Malaysian Train Tickets online.
The booking process is straight forward and will save you time compared to booking via KTM.
There is no need to register for an account and tickets are sold at the same price as you would pay at the station / KTM website (an admin fee may apply).
To view the full ETS Train Schedules, please see:
Once you have made your Malaysian train booking, just print out your ticket image, which will be sent to you by E-mail and take that along to the station with you.
You can book all trains from Singapore and within Peninsular Malaysia from JB Sentral station in the south, to as far as Padang Besar on the border with Thailand in the north (a new SRT Shuttle train to Hat Yai in Thailand is now in service - from there you can connect with Thai Railway services to Bangkok).
If you want to buy tickets for the International Express Train from Butterworth (now Padang Besar) to Bangkok
in Thailand, you can only do this from Padang Besar as the Butterworth KTM ticket office is no longer selling tickets for this service.
This is because this service is not operated by KTMB but by the State Railways of Thailand (SRT).
If you want to buy advance train tickets from Padang Besar into Thailand, you can now do that online.
(Membuat tempahan melalui Sistem E-Tiket KTMB di Laman Web KTM)
If you want to book directly from the KTMB official website, they now have a new and improved website, but the booking process is still not that user friendly and you will need to register for an account to make any bookings.
If you want to book a KTMB E Ticket for Senior Citizens (Malaysians only), you can now book them directly on the KTM website.