By train the journey from Sungai Siput to Kuala Lumpur is scheduled is take around 3 hours. Bus services to Kuala Lumpur depart from Ipoh, 30 km by road to the south of Sungai Siput.
Train Times from Sungai Siput to Kuala Lumpur
There are current 2 direct train services a day from Sungai Siput to Kuala Lumpur available to book online.
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Kuala Lumpur Railway Station
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About Travel to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is, in comparison to most other capital cities in South East Asia, a relatively new city established in 1857. Kuala Lumpur has in time grown to house a population of around 1.8 million permanent residents and features lots of very modern buildings and an advanced suburban local transport network. Kuala Lumpur is very popular as tourist destination for mainly Asian visitors, with the city receiving over 8 million visitors in 2019 before the pandemic hit. For most visitors to Kuala Lumpur the major attraction of Kuala Lumpur is shopping. Kuala Lumpur has an enormous range of shops, most within purpose built shopping centres, and to a lesser extent in markets and street stalls. The city also has a good range of hotels and restaurants which make Kuala Lumpur a comfortable destination for short breaks.
For visitors not so interested in shopping, and on smaller budgets, Kuala Lumpur still has a number of points of interest worth going to see even if they are simply passing through the city on the way somewhere else or going there for a reason, such as to apply for a visa to another country.
The main areas of historical interest in Kuala Lumpur are Merdeka Square, which features a range of impressive colonial era buildings, and Kuala Lumpur’s China Town area. China Town in Kuala Lumpur has two interesting temples very close to each other which are worth visiting. The first is the Sri Mahamariamman Temple, which is a South Indian style Hindu temple with a 22 metre high gopuram tower. The other is the Guan Di Temple, which is Kuala Lumpur’s most important Chinese Buddhist temple.
Also worth visiting are the Batu Caves. The Batu Caves feature Hindu shrines within a large cave which you enter via a grand staircase. The Batu Caves are located slightly outside the city centre, but are very easy and easy cheap to reach via a frequent fast train service from KL Sentral Station.