Kuala Lumpur is 250 km from Kuala Kangsar by train. By train the journey from Kuala Kangsar to Kuala Lumpur takes between 2 hours 49 minutes and 3 hours 16 minutes depending upon which train service you use. The fastest train is Train #9105 departing at 19:09.
Train Times to Kuala Lumpur
There are currently 6 direct train services a day from Kuala Kangsar to Kuala Lumpur.
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Train Tickets to Kuala Lumpur
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Kuala Kangsar Railway Station
Kuala Kangsar train station is 1.3 km walking distance from Kuala Kangsar Bus Terminal.
Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station
Trains from Kuala Kangsar terminate at KL Sentral Station in Kuala Lumpur.
Shopping in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is one of the most popular places in South East Asia to go shopping, and many foreign visitors come to Kuala Lumpur specifically for shopping. What makes Kuala Lumpur such a popular place to go shopping is the combination of great and international transport links, range of different types of retail outlet, and competitive pricing. You can get a bargain in Kuala Lumpur for whatever your price range; shopping in Kuala Lumpur is not just for rich foreign dictators and their families (Grace Mugabe shopped in Kuala Lumpur) but also for people on much more modest budgets buying everyday clothes, electrical goods and other household items.
Kuala Lumpur is best known for its ultra modern shopping malls with designers shops and facilities such as cinemas, bowling alleys and even theme parks: Pavillion Kuala Lumpur Shopping Mall, Suria KLCC, Mid Valley Megamall, The Garden, Starhill Gallery, Berjaya Times Square, Sunway Pyramid. In addition to these shopping centres there are a range of much cheaper and less formal place you visit to purchase much cheaper products or things which are not branded and mass produced:
- Kuala Lumpur Central Market: Indoor market dedicated to local arts and crafts. The market is split into section by type of product.
- Amcorp Mall flea market: Second hand goods market with over 300 stalls selling many types of collectables from antique coins to vinyl records and everything in between. This is a market for a serious bargain hunter.
- Sungei Wang Plaza: Similar to MBK in Bangkok in that you will find lots of low-cost clothing and fashion accessories for young people at Sungei Wang Plaza.
- Petaling Street Night Market: Street market in Chinatown with a wide variety of items on sale and some fantastic food to keep you going whilst haggle for already cheap clothes and accessories.
- Low Yat Plaza: The largest IT mall in Kuala Lumpur with hundreds of mostly small shops selling everything to do with computer and smart phones. There are bargains to be had here and well as some fake rubbish.
- Taman Connaught Night Market: More than 2 km of market stalls and food vendors. A visit to Taman Connaught Night Market is as much an interesting night out as a place to go and shop, hence the large number of places to sit and eat dinner at very low prices.