Trains from Kajang to Kuala Lumpur

By train the journey from Kajang to Kuala Lumpur is scheduled is take around 40 minutes.

Train Times from Kajang to Kuala Lumpur


There are currently 2 direct train services a day from Kajang to Kuala Lumpur.

TrainKajangKuala LumpurService
942010:0110:40ETS Gold
932217:1917:55ETS Gold

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About Travel to Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur is a large modern city of over 1.8 million permanent residents that is well known for it’s modern shopping centres, excellent public transport network and modern buildings such as the Petronas Tower. Kuala Lumpur, however, also has some interesting historical and cultural attractions worth visiting. The largest cluster of old buildings is located in and around Merdeka, and this includes:

  • The Sultan Abdul Samad Building: Completed in 1894, this large government building was built in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style which commonly used across the British Empire.
  • Selangor Club: This mock tudor style building was once used to house a social club for foreign residents, and the large green space in front of the club house was primarily used as a cricket field.
  • Old Court: Another magnificent Indo-Saracenic style building completed in 1915.
  • Jamek Mosque: Located off Merdeka Square itself, this British designed mosque is an architetural masterpiece and reminiscent of grand mosques built during the Mughal period in Northern India.
The Jamek Mosque is near Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur
The Jamek Mosque is near Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur

Another area in Kuala Lumpur where you can find historic buildings and points of cultural interest is in China Town. Three places in Kuala’s Lumpur China Town that are of particular interest:

  • KL Central Market: This magnificent Art Deco style building, first open in 1888, now houses a indoor market selling high quality products from across Malaysia, many of which are hand made using traditional techniques.
  • Guan Di Temple: The Guan Di Temple is arguably Kuala Lumpur’s most important Taoist temple, dedicated to the God of War and containing a replica sword and spear believed by some to give magical powers to those strong enough to lift them.
  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple: This is Kuala Lumpur’s oldest Hindu temple, first established in 1873. The most striking feature of the temple is it’s South Indian style highly ornate 22 metre tall gopuram tower.

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