Trains from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur

By train the journey from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur is scheduled is take around 1 hour 30 minutes.

Train Times from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur


There are current 2 direct train services a day from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur available to book online.

TrainSerembanKuala LumpurService
942009:1010:40ETS Gold
932216:2217:55ETS Gold

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About Travel to Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur, which has around 1.8 million permanent residents, is a relatively new city having been established in 1857. Contemporary Kuala Lumpur is characterised by its large modern buildings, many shopping centres, numerous public parks, and very modern efficient public transport system. Pre-pandemic Kuala Lumpur attracted around 8 million visitors a year, many of whom came to the city specifically for the shopping opportunities. Kuala Lumpur’s status as a regional retail centre is supported by its range of excellent facilities, including great hotels, restaurants and lively nightlife, as well as the ease with which visitors can travel around the city on its fast suburban railway network.

Kuala Lumpur is a large modern city
Kuala Lumpur is a large modern city

Aside from the shopping malls and skyscrapers, Kuala Lumpur does have a number of places of cultural interest to visit most of which are associated with the many immigrants groups who came and settled in the city. The most noticeable impact of foreign settlers to Kuala Lumpur is the architectural legacy of the British Empire which ruled over the Malay peninsula until independence in 1957. In particular, Merdeka Square features a series of stunning British designed buildings, such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Old High Court, which are well worth visiting. In Kuala Lumpur’s China Town the influence of other immigrant groups, most noticeably Chinese and Indian, is also evident in both the architecture and the cuisine. China Town features two of Kuala Lumpur’s oldest and most interesting temples: the Chinese Taoist Guan Di Temple and the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple with its 22 metre tall South Indian style gopuram tower. These two temples are very close to each other and are open to visitors, as are the nearby Petaling Street Market and the upmarket KL Central Market which is housed within a grand Art Deco style building.

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