It's easy to get down to Klang Port (station is at the port) or Klang City by bus or train. The fare was very cheap, just can't remember how much it was!)
I caught a bus down and train back , should have done it the other way around though and stopped in the city before going to the port and ferry station. Then I could have just got back on the train without having to wait for a taxi to get me into town to the bus station.
There is some lovely scenery on the trip.
The taxi station in Klang is located right behind the Klang bus station. Although it pretty run down and the taxis are pretty shabby, it does get you places especially when the bus services is over its operating hours or you have loads of luggages to carry.
Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) is the name of the train service that runs throught the town which departs from Port Klang. The train stops at all major towns and you are able to transit in Kuala Lumpur Sentral for other train services. Its not the best way to travel around because the train is slow but it sure is when the traffic jam hits the major roads in Klang.
Klang bus station provides busses which goes into the deepest depths of Klang. Runs as early as 5am and ends as late as 12 pm. Klang Bus station has been there for as long as the residents can remember but a new bus station is not underway about 15km off the current site. Unless you are very very sure where you are going, don't attempt to take busses as they can be quite confusing sometimes.
The existing Klang bus station is rather run down as it is located at the site of the old bus sttaion which was burnt down some time ago. Plans are underway to construct a new modern bus station at the same site.