By train the journey from Kuala Kubu Bharu to Kuala Lumpur is scheduled to take around 1 hour 10 minutes.
Train Times from Kuala Kubu Bharu to Kuala Lumpur
There is currently 1 train service a day from Kuala Kubu Bharu to Kuala Lumpur.
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Kuala Kubu Bharu Railway Station
Kuala Kubu Bharu Railway Station is located 9.8 km by road from Empangan Sungai Selangor View Point.
Kuala Lumpur Railway Station
KL Sentral Station is the main railway station in Kuala Lumpur.
About Travel to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is a diverse and interesting city with around 1.8 million inhabitants, which is a relatively small population compared to the 9 million permanent residents of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and the 11 million people who live in Bangkok in neighbouring Thailand.
History of Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur was established in 1857. Kuala Lumpur grew rapidly over the next 100 years from a small settlement of workers into what become a major city by the time of Malaysian indpendence. The pace of the city’s development was driven largely by an influx foreigners. The British Colonial Government built a range of civic buildings and urban infrastructure, and the city attracted large numbers of immigrants, particularly from India and China. The British, Chinese and Indian influences on the city are still apparent today more than 60 years after Malaysia achieved independence, and Kuala Lumpur is very much a multi-cultural city.
Kuala Lumpur is best known for being a very modern city, with large shopping malls and a fantastic public transport network. The city has benefitted from a high level of state investment, funded largely by proceeds from Malaysia’s petrochemical industry. Kuala Lumpur does, however, also have some impressive older buildings constructed during the period when the city was part of the British Empire. The best of these colonial era buildings are located on or near Merdeka Square. In particular the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Old Court, Selangor Club, National Textile Museum and Jamek Mosque are worth going to see.
Another part of the city we recommend that you visit to appreciate the cultural history of Kuala Lumpur is its China Town district. Two of the city’s oldest temples are located in China Town, on the same street: the Guan Di Temple and the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. The Sri Mahamariamman Temple has a striking gopura entrance towers and the Guan Di Temple famously houses a sword and spear believe to impart supernatural powers to those strong enough to lift them.
There are also two markets of particular note in China Town: Petaling Street Market and KL Central Market. KL Central Market is housed wihin a striking 19th Century building to which an art deco facade was added in the 1920s. Once a food market, KL Central Market is now home to upmarket outlets selling high quality fabrics and craftwork made in Malaysia. At the other end of the scale, counterfeit goods are the main items on sale at Petaling Street Market. Petaling Street Market is also a great place to come in the evening to eat inexpensive Malay, Chinese and Indian style food and to drink alcohol.