KTM KOMUTER is essentially a comuter train that connects Kuala Lumpur to the suburbs and 3 main towns of Seremban (Negeri Sembilan), Rawang And Port Klang (both of Selangor). It runs on electricity - quiet, clean and comfortable. If you go to any station (not halt) from 9a.m. onwards, u may purchase a "MANA-MANA" (means = 'anywhere') ticket for RM6 on working days and RM10 for public and school holidays. This ticket entitles u to unlimited travel on the whole Komuter network for that day.
From Seremban, you can take a bus to Port Dickson (a famous beach retreat). From Port Klang station, u can take a boat to Pulau Ketam, a small island which is also a seafood heaven.
KLIA Ekspres is designed with air travellers' need in mind. Its coaches are equipped with comfortable seats, a wheelchair seat compartment, overhead racks for light luggage, racks for large luggage and soon digital entertainment and news broadcasts.
First train - 5:00am
Last train - 1:00am
Departure - frequency every 15 minutes
Journey - 28 minutes (non-stop)
Fare (single) - RM35 (adult) RM15 (child)
Fare (return) - RM70 (adult) RM30 (child)
KLIA transit is a high speed transit service between KL Sentral and KLIA, but with quick stops at three townships along the Multimedia Super Corridor. Designed to server commuters and airport personnel, KLIA transit integrates with the KTM Komuter and STAR rail systems at Bandar Tasik Selatan and with Putrajaya-Cyberjaya. KLIA transit tickets can be purchased through ticket vending machines and ticket counters at all stations.
First train - 5:32am
Last train - 12:32am
Departure - every 30 minutes
Journey - 37 minutes
Go to Level 2 at theMain Terminal Building, and down to the bus station. Take the Sepang (green colour) or CityLink bus (red colour) to Nilai KTM station - cost RM2.
From Nilai KTM station, take the commuter rail to KL Central Station - cost around RM4.50.
But the trip is about 90 minutes.
Sentral station is certainly impressive. It is light and airy - but it reminds me of London Stansted airport before the advent of low-cost airlines - a dramatic building but very underused.
It is claimed that 40,000 people a day use it now - but that is still very low compared to many stations in major cities.
A word of warning if you are arriving - there are virtually no bus connections to the place, so you have to rely on taxis or the LRT network.
Express Rail Link (ERL) has easy connection with International air flights. It is the most convenient and fastest way to reach the city center from the airport.
It is very clean and comfortable inside the ERL. You should try once.
From KL airport, the fasest way to get downtown is using the KL Express train to KL Sentral - from here you can connect to the myraid of trains/metros/busses. Keep in mind, this is EXPENSIVE at RM 60.
It is easy to take the train from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and vise versa. The Malaysian rail system is extremely well developed, except for the annoyence at the border crossing from Singapore, where you are forced to get out of the train and wait in a huge customs line. The trip takes roughly six or so hours, but is quite relaxing, and better then the bus on weekends (traffic). You can chect the times and fares on the Malaysian rail system's website (KTM) at: www.ktmb.com.my the approx fare for a simple seat is about SG$34 (about US$20).
This is the latest train in Kuala Lumpur which connects from KLIA to the city 'KL Sentral'.
There is two trains of ERL. ERL Express is an express train from/to KLIA from/to KL Sentral. While ERL transit has stopever station such Cyberjaya/Putrajaya and Salak Selatan which also to/from KLIA and KL Sentral.
ERL express cost RM35 per way considered one of the cheapest airport train in the world.
This is full complete trains map. Discover Malaysia with the Keretapi Tanah Melayu, promises local experience from paddy field in kedah to historical malacca town.
The Intercity rail system in Malaysia is considered one of the best rail system in South East Asia.
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