Established in 2005, easybook.com is the largest land travel ticketing website in South East Asia. Starting with providing bookings for bus tickets, easybook.com now allows you to book KTM tickets through them as well. They also offer instant confirmation and live seat selection, making it more useful and faster than KTM’s own website.
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The images below will open in a new tab if clicked. This is for you to get a clearer view, especially for the wordy sections when selecting your journey details.
Click on the “Train Ticket” box to start booking your ticket. I will be booking an Ekspres Selatan ticket as a sample for this guide.
Search for your one way or return ticket, your origin and destination stations, departure date and number of passengers, then click “Search for Train”.
Depending on your search, there will be a list of trains to choose from. On your desired train, click “Select Seats/Berths”.
easybook.com has a live seat selection system linked to KTM’s system. Choose your coach number at the top of the pop-up box.
Choose your preferred seat, then click “Continue”.
Key in your relevant information. If you are logged in with your easybook.com account, this should already be partially filled up for you.
Choose your preferred payment option. Visa and Mastercard is accepted, and if you would prefer, you can also use your PayPal account for payment. For Singaporean users, eNETS is also available. Other modes of payment may also be available, depending on your current location, journey, and time before departure.
Click “Pay Now” to continue.
You will be redirected to the respective payment gateways to proceed with your payment.
Once you have successfully gone through the payment gateway, you will arrive at this page. Click “Pay Now”.
You will see this page after the successful payment made. Click “Print KTM E-Ticket” to, well, print your KTM E-Ticket.
Print out your e-ticket or if you like, save it to your phone and just flash it to the conductor when he comes around to check your tickets.