On this page you will find the schedules and ticket prices for the KTM Train from Gemas to KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
The new ETS (Electric Train Services) running on this route, connect from the Shuttle services from JB Sentral, as Gemas is the most southerly station which has been upgraded to carry the new Electric Trains.
Travel by the high speed ETS Train from Gemas to Kuala Lumpur station (KL Sentral) is by far the quickest way to travel, taking just over two hours and a quarter to complete the journey.
New ETS Timetable valid from the 26th of June 2020.
Latest Gemas to KL ETS Timetable valid for 2019 and into 2020:
|Train Number||Departs Gemas||Arrives KL Sentral||Operating Days|
All ETS Services between Gemas and KL are ETS Gold Services and operate daily.
If you want to disembark at the old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station rather than KL Sentral, all the above trains continue north, so just stay on the train for a few more minutes (ticket prices are the same to either Kuala Lumpur station).
It used to be possible to use the new KTMB Komuter Train service to travel from Gemas to Kuala Lumpur.
The few Komuter services to Gemas have now however been cancelled and the nearest station for Komuter Trains is from Tampin.
From December 2017, you can now take the JB Shuttle train from Gemas to Tampin, where you can connect to the KTM Komuter services.
For more information, route maps and links to the latest KTM Komuter schedule please see:
(Tambang / Harga Tiket ETS Gemas ke KL Sentral)
ETS Train Fares:
If you choose to travel from Gemas to KL Sentral on one of the ETS Trains, tickets will cost you:
Adult: 31 MYR
Child: 20 MYR
As this route is often very busy, we would recommend you book your seats as far in advance as possible to make sure you get a seat.
To book your tickets in advance you can visit any mainline railway station in Malaysia where you can book your tickets in advance a few months in advance (at most times of the year), but at other times, tickets may only be available a few weeks in advance. It all depends on when KTM are going to change the timetable and when they release the tickets for sale.
You can also easily book you train tickets online directly from the KTMB website.