Trains from Kuala Kangsar to Malacca

By train the journey from Kuala Kangsar to Pulau Sebang/Tampin Railway Station in Malacca is scheduled to take just under 5 hours. Pulau Sebang/Tampin Railway Station is the closest train station to Malacca City.

Train Times to Malacca


There are currently 2 direct train services a day from Kuala Kangsar to Pulau Sebang/Tampin Railway Station near Malacca city.

TrainKuala KangsarMalaccaService
937109:1314:01ETS Platinum
942518:2923:25ETS Gold

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Kuala Kangsar Railway Station


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Pulau Sebang/Tampin Railway Station


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About Travel to Malacca


Malacca, also known as Melaka, is 39 km by road from Pulau Sebang/Tampin Railway Station. There are two ways to travel from Pulau Sebang/Tampin Railway Station to Malacca city:

  • Taxi: A 35 minute journey for which you will be charged 70 MYR by the taxi drivers who wait outside the railway station. Uber and Grab charge lower prices.
  • Bus: Bus services to Malacca depart every hour from the bus stop in front of the car park of the nearby Mydin Pulau Sebang Hypermarket. The bus costs only 5 MYR but takes around 1 hour 30 minutes to reach Melaka Sentral Bus Station. From Melaka Sentral Bus Station its a further 4 km into Malacca city centre which you can travel to on local bus service number 17.
Dutch settlers built Christ Church Melaka in the 18th Century
Dutch settlers built Christ Church Melaka in the 18th Century

Once you do finally make it into Malacca there are plenty of things to see and do. Malacca is a city with 600 years of history controlled by five foreign powers (the Sultan of Singapore, Portuguese, Dutch, English and Japanese) until Malaysia achieved independence in 1957. All of these foreign invaders, except the Japanese who only remained for a short period, left an architectural and cultural mark on the city. The main attractions are all located fairly close to together near Dutch Square, with the banks of the River Melaka lined with colourful small bars and restaurant giving the city centre a cosmopolitan cafe culture scene. Malacca also has a lot of good hotels and shopping opportunities, and for these combined reasons Malacca is one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist centres.

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