Layang-Layang Railway Station is a railway station located in Layang-Layang, Johor, in the middle of Layang-Layang town. As the town is not served by a major road, but only a branch of local road, it has gained slight popularity ever since the station is served by the Ekspres Selatan, with all Ekspres Selatan trains stopping, offering a more frequency than previously when only mainly Mail and Shuttle trains served the station.
Layang-Layang Railway Station Details
Address: Layang-Layang, 81850 Layang-Layang, Johor, Malaysia
Owner: Railway Assets Corporation (RAC)
Operator: KTM Berhad
Platform Level: Ground
Platform Layout: Single Side Platform
Layang-Layang Temporary Railway Station
Layang-Layang Temporary Railway Station will commence operations on 8 March 2022 in view of the construction progress of the Gemas-Johor Bahru Electrified Double-Tracking Project. Layang-Layang Temporary Railway Station in Kampung Kenangan is located approximately just opposite the old Layang-Layang Railway Station.
Layang-Layang Railway Station Train Services
GF: Train Platform, Ticket Counter, Waiting Area, Food Stall
Platform: Passenger platform
Key Station Amenities
There is a warung behind the platform serving standard mamak items, but mainly popular among locals for Sajiman Popiah. Both freshly deep-fried popiah and frozen popiah for bringing home are available.
Jalan Layang-Layang – Renggam Exit: Jalan Layang-Layang – Renggam, Dewan Orang Ramai Layang-Layang, Pusat Komuniti Desa Layang-Layang
Public Transport Connections
There are no bus services directly serving the station.
There are no taxis running around the area. However, private cars may be chartered between Layang-Layang and Kulai.
Grab is not available in Layang-Layang.
Alternative Train Travel Options
There are local public bus services linking some railway stations on the JB Sentral – Pulau Sebang (Tampin) sector. You can avoid using the infrequent train schedule by taking a bus instead. In some instances, this will be cheaper and faster.
Please click here to find out about KTM Komuter Melaka-Johor Missing Link routes.
KTM Southern Line Stations
- 🡼 To KTM Central Line
- 🡽 To KTM East Coast Line
- Gemas Railway Station
- Batu Anam Railway Station
- Buloh Kasap Railway Station (defunct)
- Segamat Railway Station
- Genuang Railway Station
- Tenang Railway Station
- Labis Railway Station
- Lenek Railway Station (defunct)
- Bekok Railway Station
- Jagoh Railway Halt (defunct)
- Beradin Railway Halt (defunct)
- Paloh Railway Station
- Batang Ridan Railway Halt (defunct)
- Chamek Railway Station (defunct)
- Niyor Railway Halt (defunct)
- Kluang Railway Station
- Mengkibol Railway Station (defunct)
- Renggam Railway Station
- Layang-Layang Railway Station
- Sedenak Railway Station (defunct)
- Kulai Railway Station
- Saleng Railway Halt (defunct)
- Senai Railway Halt (defunct)
- 🡼 To KTM PTP Line
- Kempas Railway Station (defunct)
- Kempas Baru Railway Station
- 🡾 To KTM Pasir Gudang Line
- Tampoi Railway Halt (defunct)
- Holiday Plaza Railway Halt (defunct)
- Danga City Mall Railway Halt (defunct)
- Johor Bahru Sentral Railway Station (JB Sentral)
- Johor Bahru Railway Station (defunct)
- Woodlands Train Checkpoint (Woodlands CIQ)
- Bukit Timah Railway Station (defunct)
- 🡿 Jurong Railway Station (defunct)
- Tanglin Railway Halt (defunct)
- Alexandra Railway Halt (defunct)
- Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (defunct)
The line names described here is only to classify stations into lists on RailTravel Station due to the fluidity of line names in official timetables. They are in no way meant to represent the actual line name which may or may not be used by KTM Berhad, Ministry of Transport (Malaysia), Ministry of Finance Malaysia, Land Public Transport Agency (APAD) or any other relevant companies and/or agencies. The line names described on RailTravel Station should not be taken as an official name, and the official name provided by KTM Berhad, Ministry of Transport (Malaysia), Ministry of Finance Malaysia, Land Public Transport Agency (APAD) or any other relevant companies and/or agencies should always take precedence.