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KTM ETS Services

ETS services are the latest trains on KTM’s network, running at a maximum speed of 160km/h (140km/h operational speed) on electrified double track sectors between Gemas and Padang Besar.

ETS trains offer long-haul train services stopping at major stations in the KTM Komuter network, and serves the smaller towns in between bigger cities. Popular ETS train destinations include KL Sentral for Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Butterworth for Penang Island, Alor Setar, Arau for Pulau Langkawi and Padang Besar to access Hat Yai and other parts of Thailand.

As KTM Berhad has restricted Facebook access to RailTravel Station, RailTravel Station is unable to ask first-hand information when I need clarification from KTM Berhad regarding their services. As such, in reciprocity, RailTravel Station will only provide information that is provided by KTM Berhad.

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KTM ETS Train Service Types

ETS train services are classified as follows:

The ETS classes are classified by speed and number of stops rather than seating classes. All trains have similar seats and services on board including TV, power sockets, washrooms and a bistro or cafe area for food and beverages to purchase.

If you are commuting between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, you should seriously consider taking the bus instead, unless you wish to experience the train journey as the destination itself.

Click here for details of Singapore – Kuala Lumpur Express Buses.

ETS Route Map
Peta Laluan ETS

trains1m2-ktm-intercity-ets-north-south-network-20170201 TRAINS1M2 ETS Network 20170201.png The route map is for illustration purposes only and may not reflect the actual stations that each train calls at. Peta laluan hanya untuk tujuan ilustrasi sahaja dan kemungkinan tidak mengikut jadual perhentian perjalanan keretapi yang sebenar.

ETS Rolling Stock
Rolling Stock ETS

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ETS services use the 91 Class93 Class and 93/2 Class train sets, though the 91 Class train sets operate most frequently on ETS services between KL Sentral and Ipoh, and 93 Class train sets on all other regular routes. 93/2 Class train sets operate on selected routes with ETS Business Class service.

Perkhidmatan ETS menggunakan set kereta api 91 Class93 Class dan 93/2 Class. Namun begitu, set kereta api Kelas 91 lebih kerap beroperasi pada perkhidmatan ETS antara KL Sentral dan Ipoh, dan set keretapi Kelas 93 pada semua laluan biasa lain. Set keretapi 93/2 Class beroperasi laluan yang dipilih dengan perkhidmatan ETS Business Class.

Interior of 91 Class
Dalaman 91 Class

91 Class Interior 03 Click on the image to enlarge.
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Interior of 93 Class
Dalaman 93 Class

93 Class Interior 01 No Watermark Click on the image to enlarge.
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Interior of 93/2 Class
Dalaman 93/2 Class

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ETS 91 Class Seating Plans
Pelan Tempat Duduk 91 Class ETS

Not available till further notice.

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ETS 93 Class Seating Plans
Pelan Tempat Duduk 93 Class ETS

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ETS 93/2 Class Seating Plans
Pelan Tempat Duduk 93/2 Class ETS

Not available till further notice.

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ETS Fares
Tambang ETS

ETS uses flexi fares depending on the date and time of travel. Check directly from the KTMB Integrated Ticketing System (KITS) for exact fares.

ETS menggunakan tambang “flexi” bergantung pada tarikh dan masa perjalanan. Periksa dari KTMB Integrated Ticketing System (KITS) untuk mengetahui harga tambang yang tepat.

Singapore to Bangkok by Train
Singapura ke Bangkok dengan Keretapi

Singapore to Bangkok by Train Click here for details.
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Timetables from KTM’s website effective 8 November 2021
Jadual waktu dari laman web KTM berkuatkuasa 8 November 2021

KTM ETS Northbound Timetable effective 8 November 2021

KTM ETS Southbound Timetable effective 8 November 2021

KTM Intercity Northbound Timetable effective 14 October 2021

KTM Intercity Southbound Timetable effective 14 October 2021

Shuttle Tebrau Timetable (NO TRAIN SERVICE)

  • JB Sentral ► Woodlands CIQ
  • Woodlands CIQ ► JB Sentral

Links attached are no longer hosted on Google Drive as RailTravel Station is too often confused with the timetable provider instead of KTM. Should the links be down, it is on KTM’s servers and not on mine.

Link yang dilampirkan tiada lagi di dapati di Google Drive, di atas sebab RailTravel Station terlalu kerap memuatnaik jadual perjalanan keretapi berbanding KTM. Sekiranya link tiada lagi berfungsi, ia kemungkinan berpunca dari khidmat jaringan KTM dan bukan berpunca dari website RailTravel Station.

KTM Train Ticket Booking Methods
Kaedah Tempahan Tiket Keretapi KTM

Tickets are open for sale in set periods about 60 days before departure except for the Shuttle Tebrau which opens 30 days before departure. Tiket akan dibuka untuk dijual dalam jangka masa kira-kira 60 hari sebelum berlepas kecuali Shuttle Tebrau yang dibuka 30 hari sebelum berlepas.

Hotel Booking
Tempahan Hotel

Attractions Booking
Tempahan Tarikan

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How do I book KTM train tickets online?
Bagaimanakah saya menempah tiket tren KTM dalam talian?

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To contact KTM Berhad:

Official Website
http://www.ktmb.com.my/

Call Center
Phone: +60 3 2267 1200
Email: callcenter@ktmb.com.my

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/ktmberhad/

Twitter
https://twitter.com/ktm_berhad

If you are commuting between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, you should seriously consider taking the bus instead, unless you wish to experience the train journey as the destination itself.

Click here for details of Singapore – Kuala Lumpur Express Buses.

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