By far the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to get from Seremban to Mid Valley is to hop on one of the regular Seremban to Mid Valley KTM Komuter trains (commuter) that can whisk you into the capital missing out on all the transport congestion of the city if you travel by bus.
These cheap Komuter train services are operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) on their Pulau Sebang / Tampin to Batu Caves Line / Route with Mid Valley KTM Station just one stop short of Kuala Lumpur's main transport hub of KL Sentral Railway Station.
(Jadual Waktu Komuter KTM Seremban ke Mid Valley)
To see the latest Komuter train schedule from Seremban to Mid Valley please click on the following link to our timetables page for this KTM Komuter route:
How long is the train journey from Seremban to Mid Valley by Komuter train?
The duration of the train journey from Seremban to Mid Valley by KTM Komuter is approximately one hour and 15 to 20 minutes.
KTM Komuter Trains to Mid Valley from Seremban stop at the following stations along this route:
Tiroi, Labu, Nilai, Batang Benar, Bangi, UKM (National University of Malaysia), Kajang, Serdang, Bandar Tasik Selatan (located at KL's main bus terminal - TBS Bus Terminal), Salak Selatan, Seputeh, then Mid Valley.
(Tambang / Harga Tiket Keretapi KTM Seremban ke Mid Valley)
To see the latest ticket prices for the commuter services from Seremban KTM Komuter Station, please see:
Buying Komuter Train Tickets to Mid Valley:
There is no need to plan ahead if you are travelling by KTM Komuter train in Malaysia (unlike ETS trains).
Just go to Seremban KTM Train Station, buy your tickets and hop on the next train heading to KL Sentral / Batu Caves.
If you have never been on one of the Komuter services in Malaysia, they are very much like Subway / Tube trains you get in the west.
The seating is arranged along the sides of the carriages with a large aisle down the centre of the carriage for standing passengers.
Seating is on a first-come-first-served basis so, during busy rush-hour periods when you get many commuters heading into the city centre, you will probably have to stand for part or all of the journey.
If you leave a little later in the morning, trains will be much less congested.
If you would like to check train departure times and to see if there is any disruption along the commuter railway line, you should visit: