On this page you will find times and fares for the KTM Train from Singapore to Seremban, the capital of the State of Negeri Sembilan and close to the popular tourist destination of Port Dickson, as well as in the other direction from Seremban to Singapore Woodlands Railway Station.
From May 2016, there will no longer be any direct trains from JB to Seremban, as all long-distance Intercity trains will be cancelled on the North-South Railway Line from this date.
To travel from Singapore to Seremban by train, you will now have to take three trains.
Latest Timetables for 2020:
It is now possible to take a Shuttle train further north to Tampin.
From Tampin you can then take a cheap KTM Komuter train to Seremban.
Please Note: From July 2015, all KTM long distance trains will no longer be departing from Woodlands Station in Singapore, but will now originate from JB Sentral Station in Johor Bahru.
Trains between Singapore and JB will now be operated by a new Shuttle Train Service.
If the train is full or you just want to travel from Singapore to Seremban by bus:
Once you arrive at Seremban Station, you can connect with the KTMB Komuter Trains that leave every 15-30 minutes to Kuala Lumpur city centre, then onto Batu Caves.
From Seremban to Singapore, you will now have to catch the following trains:
Latest Timetable for 2020:
You are now able to take a cheap KTM Komuter Train from Seremban to Tampin and connect to the Shuttle Train services which now operate from Tampin to JB Sentral.
For a more direct way to travel from Seremban to Singapore you can easily catch a bus:
As these trains are no longer leaving from Woodlands Railway Station, please see:
You can book your tickets for these services online, directly from the KTM official website or by using an online ticketing agent.