Taman Wahyu Railway Station is a railway station located north of the city centre of Kuala Lumpur in Taman Wahyu. It is located on Route 1 and is a popular transfer point for continuing on to Bukit Idaman, Selayang, and Rawang by public or private transport.
Taman Wahyu Railway Station Details
Address: Taman Mastiara, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Owner: KTM Berhad
Operator: KTM Berhad
Platform Level: Ground
Platform Layout: Side Platforms
Taman Wahyu Railway Station Train Services
1F: Concourse, Ticket Counter, Ticket Gates
GF: Pick Up Point, Car Park, Train Platforms
Platform 1: Train Platform
Platform 2: Train Platform
The concourse is elevated above the train tracks, doubling up as a transfer bridge.
Key Station Amenities
Jalan 1/18a Exit: Jalan 1/18a, Taman Mastiara, Tasik Indah Mewah, Taman Tasik Indah,
Jalan Kuching (Route 1) Exit: Jalan Kuching (Route 1), Taman Wahyu, Taman Rekreasi Jalan Sibu, Eco Sky
Public Transport Connections
rapidKL Bus Service T120 serves Taman Wahyu Railway Station on Jalan 1/18a.
SJ Bus Services Buses 150, 151 and 152 serves Taman Wahyu Railway Station on Jalan Kuching (Route 1).
There are taxis available from Taman Wahyu Railway Station.
Grab is available from Taman Wahyu Railway Station.
KTM Batu Caves Line Stations
- Batu Caves Railway Station
- Taman Wahyu Railway Station
- Kampung Batu Railway Station
- Batu Kentonmen Railway Station
- Sentul Railway Station
- Jalan Ipoh Railway Halt (defunct)
- 🡿 To KTM Central Line
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