By train the journey from Bagan Serai to Kuala Lumpur is scheduled is take just under 4 hours. Bus services to Kuala Lumpur depart from Parit Buntar, 20 km north of Bagan Serai.
Train Times from Bagan Serai to Kuala Lumpur
There are currently 2 direct train services a day from Bagan Serai to Kuala Lumpur available to book online.
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About Travel to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s largest city, but not one of its oldest. Kuala Lumpur was founded in 1857, which makes it a younger city than other major settlements in Malaysia, sich as Melaka or George Town in Penang. Kuala Lumpur is a modern looking city as well. Whilst there are some older buildings scattered around the city, such the colonial era buildings in and around Merdeka Square, the majority of the buildings in the centre of Kuala Lumpur look very modern. In particular Kuala Lumpur is known for its large and modern shopping centres, such as the Suria KLCC and Berjaya Times Square. Kuala Lumpur’s city transport is very also advanced in comparison to most other South East Asian cities.
Kuala Lumpur is an exciting city for visitors. The city has a great range of amenities, inlcuding a much larger number of public parks than most other Asian cities, in particular the 50 acre KLCC Park close to the Petronas Towers. The range of cuisine on offer is extensive, and priced to suit every budget with cheap street foodstalls all over the city as well as more expensive expensive restaurants for those with a higher budget. For cultural attractions we recommend heading to the Old City Centre, also commonly referred to as China Town. Merdeka Square in China Town hosts some of the city’s most famous buildings such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Old High Court. In China Town there are also two of the city’s oldest temples: the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple and the Chinese Taoist Guan Di Temple.