The Kuala Lumpur KTM station is a train station located along Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, part of Damansara Road.
The station is located closely to the similarly designed Railway Administration Building, the National Mosque and Dayabumi Complex.
The Kuala Lumpur KTM station is notable for its architecture, adopting a mixture of Eastern and Western designs and presenting a mixture of Western and Mughal similar to Moorish Revival or Indo-Saracenic architecture.
Completed in 1910 and undergone major renovations in 1986 and 1995, the Kuala Lumpur KTM station now contains three platforms serving four railway tracks.
The station consisting of two side platforms – platforms 1 and 4 – on both sides and one island platform – platforms 2 and 3 – in between.
In 1986, the station was more extensively refurbished, with the interior and relevant windows replaced with modern counterparts while the exterior was repaired and preserved.
The following facilities and services are available at this station.
- Touch N Go Lane
- Ticket Counter
- Ticket Vending Machine
Also, additional facilities and buildings were added, including air-conditioned waiting halls, tourism information counters and snack bars.
The design of the extended platform for the 1986 refurbishment of the station took a more modernist approach, consisting simply of large concrete pillars supporting a latticed roof and a ticket office on concrete slabs at the north end.
White walls and arches that serve as decorations to the extension mimic design cues from both the old station and the Dayabumi complex. The new extension is also connected to Dayabumi via an elevated walkway.
The refurbishment saw an additional extension built on the south wing of the building, sporting “Raj” stylings that dominates much of the building.
There was also the addition of a frontal facade for the north wing that sports similar architectural elements, masking hints of Western designs from the front.
These changes resulted in the building sporting two additional chhatris, two on the corner of each wing, alongside the original four.
When KTM Komuter services were launched in 1995, ticket counters and faregates that are common features with other KTM Komuter stations were added to the station.
Location of Kuala Lumpur KTM Station
The station is located along Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, part of Jalan Damansara.
It is located closely to the similarly designed Railway Administration Building, National Mosque and Dayabumi Complex.
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Kuala Lumpur KTM Station Fact Sheet
|Name||Kuala Lumpur station (KA02)|
|Address||Stesen KTMB Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin 50621 Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur|
|Hours||6.30 am – 9.30 pm|
|Reference||Kuala Lumpur (KTM Komuter) on wikipedia|
|Opened||1886, Rebuilt 1910, Electrified 1995|
|Statistics||2 side platforms and 1 island platform, 4 Tracks|
|Lines||Rawang-Seremban Route and Sentul-Port Klang Route (KTM Komuter), 1995 to present
North-South Line and KL Sentral-Ipoh Route (KTM Intercity)
Summary of stations for the KTM Komuter
The KTM Komuter is the first electrified commuter train service in Malaysia. Its train network covers more than 270km length of rail tracks and connects 57 stations to provide passengers a convenient local rail service connectivity throughout Kuala Lumpur and surrounding areas of the Klang Valley.
The KTM Komuter network consists of the Tanjung Malim – Port Klang Line and Batu Caves – Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line, plus the new Skypark Link introduced in 2018.
If you are on the KTM Komuter, you can:
- Go to KLIA / klia2
- Go to Subang Skypark Terminal
- Transfer between KTM Lines
- Switch to Ampang / Sri Petaling Line LRT
- Switch to Kelana Jaya Line LRT
- Switch to MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang line
- Switch to Express Rail Links
Tanjung Malim – Port Klang Line KTM stations
The Tanjung Malim – Port Klang Line KTM Komuter covers 131km of rail tracks with 34 stations.
Batu Caves – Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line KTM stations
The Batu Caves – Tampin / Pulau Sebang Line KTM Komuter covers 135km of rail tracks with 26 stations.
Skypark Link KTM stations
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