The Maluri LRT station is located close to Jalan Cheras, close to Kerayong River, with access points towards the road and the eastern tip of Taman Miharja. It is part of the Sri Petaling – Ampang branch of the Ampang Line LRT.
The Maluri LRT station is a Malaysian elevated rapid transit station on the eastern fringe of Kuala Lumpur, situated near and named after Taman Maluri. You can easily connect to the Maluri MRT station thruough a covered pedestrian brdige.
As implied by name, Maluri station is intended to serve the locality of Taman Maluri to the northest, as well as surrounding housing estates, including Taman Pertama and Taman Kobena to the southeast and a portion of Taman Miharja to the west.
Taman Miharja is also partially served by the neighbouring Miharja station further southwest.
Maluri LRT station’s adjoining tracks reuse the now defunct Federated Malay States Railway and Malayan Railway (KTM) route between Kuala Lumpur, Ampang and Salak South.
The station was opened on December 16, 1996, as part of the first phase of the STAR system’s opening, alongside 13 adjoining stations along the Sultan Ismail-Ampang route.
Location of Maluri LRT Station
The Maluri LRT station is located close to Jalan Cheras, close to Kerayong River, with access points towards the road and the eastern tip of Taman Miharja.
Connected linkway between MRT and Maluri LRT Station
The Maluri LRT Station is connected to the Maluri MRT Station via a Paid-To-Paid linkway.
The linkway was built together with the MRT station. It connects the LRT station at the paid area of the concourse level while at the MRT station, the linkway connects directly to Entrance C which is located one level above ground level.
As the linkway is part of the paid area of both stations, there are no direct exits to the outside. Unlike the MRT station, the linkway is not air conditioned.
Check train fare & station statistics
The following is a simple fare calculator that helps you to check the train ticket fare if you are using the Kelana Jaya Line LRT (KJL-LRT), the Ampang Line LRT (AGL-LRT), the Sri Petaling Line LRT (SPL-LRT), the KL Monorail (MRL), and the MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line (MRT-SBK).
|Maluri (AG13) station statistics|
|Address||Jalan Cheras, Taman Miharja, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Lines||Ampang Line (1996 to present)|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||December 16, 1996|
|Owned by||Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad and operated by Rapid KL|
|References||Maluri station on wikipedia|
|Ampang line & Sri Petaling line LRT|
|Stations for Sri Petaling Line LRT|
|SP31||Putra Heights ⇄ KJ37|
|SP26||Taman Perindustrian Puchong|
|SP25||Pusat Bandar Puchong|
|SP24||IOI Puchong Jaya|
|SP15||Tasik Selatan ⇄ ERL KB04|
|SP14||Bandar Tun Razak|
|SP11||Chan Sow Lin AG11|
|SP9||Hang Tuah AG9 ⇄ MR4 SBK17|
|SP8||Plaza Rakyat AG8 ⇄ SBK17|
|SP7||Masjid Jamek AG7 ⇄ KJ13|
|SP6||Bandaraya AG6 ⇄ KA03|
|SP5||Sultan Ismail AG5 ⇄ MR9|
|SP4||PWTC AG4 ⇄ KA04|
|SP3||Titiwangsa AG3 ⇄ MR11|
|SP1||Sentul Timur AG1|
|Stations for Ampang Line LRT|
|AG13||Maluri ⇄ SBK22|
|AG11||Chan Sow Lin SP11|
|AG9||Hang Tuah SP9 ⇄ MR4 SBK17|
|AG8||Plaza Rakyat SP8 ⇄ SBK17|
|AG7||Masjid Jamek SP7 ⇄ KJ13|
|AG6||Bandaraya SP6 ⇄ KA03|
|AG5||Sultan Ismail SP5 ⇄ MR9|
|AG4||PWTC SP4 ⇄ KA04|
|AG3||Titiwangsa SP3 ⇄ MR11|
|AG1||Sentul Timur SP1|
|Integration of Rail Systems|
|LRT Kelana Jaya Line station: KJL-LRT|
|LRT Ampang Line station: AGL-LRT|
|LRT Sri Petaling Line station: SPL-LRT|
|KL Monorail station: MRL|
|MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang: SBK-MRT|
|KLIA Transit station: ERL|
|KTM Komuter station: KA-KB|