Kuala Lumpur City has a world-class transportation system, road and rail network. Whatever your mode of transport, you will enjoy travelling in Malaysia as a great infrastructure is in place for the comfort of the travellers. 

KL Central is the hub of all land transport in Kuala Lumpur as well as all services operating between Singapore to KL and KL to Thailand and in-betweens. 

There are several train networks in place including Monorail, KTM commuter, LRT. Here are the link to more details information on these networks

1. Line 1 Star Route 

2. Putra Route

3. KL Monorail Line


Light Rail Transit

Ampang line:  Between Sentul Timur and Sri Petaling: 18 stations: 15 Kuala Lumpur Operated by Raid KL

Kelana Jaya Line: Between Gumbuk and Kelana Jaya: 23 Stations over 29 km. Operated by RapidKL

Commuter Services

Batu Cave- Port Kelang Route Between Batu Caves and Port Kelang: 23 Stations, 45 km 

Rawang Sungai Gadut Route: Between Rawang and Sungai Gudat: 27 stations 45km, Operated by KTM Komuter

Rawang-Tanjung Malim Route: 6 stations, 22km

Monorail Service

KL MonoRail: Between KL Sentral and Titiwangsa: 11 Stations and 9km operated by KL Monorail

Airport Services 

KLIA Express: From KL Sentral to KLIA : non-stop over 75 kim 

KLIA Transit Between KL- Sentral and KLIA : 5 Station over 75km operated by ERL