The journey by train from Tasek Gelugor to Kuala Lumpur takes around 4 hours 20 minutes which is 1 hour faster than travelling by bus.
Train Times from Tasek Gelugor to Kuala Lumpur
There are currently 5 direct train services a day from Tasek Gelugor to Kuala Lumpur.
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Location of Tasek Gelugor Railway Station
Tasek Gelugor Railway Station is 6.9 km by road from Frog Hills.
Location of Kuala Lumpur Railway Station
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About Travel to Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is large modern city with an excellent public transport system and an extraordinary range of shopping centres that makes it the number one destination for shopping trips in South East Asia. Kuala Lumpur is also a city with a diverse culture and a wide range of excellent food to eat. Kuala Lumpur also has some old buildings to visit and some interesting temples, as well as city centre parks which are mostly free to visit.
The 7 places, other than shopping centres, that we recommend that you visit in Kuala Lumpur are:
- Merdeka Square: During the period of British colonial rule this is the area where the most important governmental buildings were constructed including the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Selangor Club, the Old High Court and what is now the National Textile Museum.
- Sri Mahamariamman Temple: Established in the late 19th Century, this Hindu temple features an impressive 22.9 metre tall gopuram tower.
- Guan Di Temple: Also established in the late 19th Century, the Guan Di Temple is Kuala Lumpur’s most important Chinese Taoist temple.
- KL Central Market: Located within an early 20th Century Art Deco style building, KL Central Market is a market featuring arts and crafts products from all over Malaysia.
- Masjid Negara Malaysia: This is Malaysia’s National Mosque. Completed in 1965, the Masjid Negara Malaysia is an impressive modernist religious building expressing the aspirations of the then recently independent Malaysia to create a modern state whilst maintaining its traditional Muslim values.
- Batu Caves: Located slightly outside of the city centre, the Batu Caves is a striking Hindu temple located within natural caves accessible via a long wide staircase.
- Petronas Towers: The Petronas Towers are twin towers rising 451.9 metres above ground level with a viewing platform opening to visitors near the top of one of the towers.
- Petaling Street Market: Located in China Town, Petaling Street Market is a street market featuring replica designer products of variable quality and street food of excellent quality.