KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn from Batu Caves to KL Sentral
The next leg of clearing the stations around the Klang Valley brought me to Batu Caves. It’s a short sector which should be easily done, but KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector trains were running at hourly frequency during my visit, made worse with a 54 minute layover for each train turning back at Batu Caves. To avoid making this short line a 2-hour train ride from and to KL, I decided to get a Grab from KL Sentral to Batu Caves to meet a departing train.
I arrived at Batu Caves with about 20 minutes to spare before my KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn departure from Batu Caves at 12.53pm. I headed into the main Batu Caves first for an obligatory photo.
Batu Caves was very quiet, void of any tourists, and with not much locals or stalls too.
I was in for a rude shock when I walked towards Batu Caves Railway Station – the side gate leading directly to it was locked.
I hurried back to the main gate to brisk walk by the perimeter to Batu Caves Railway Station instead.
I had less than 10 minutes to catch my KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn by now, but catching sight of Batu Caves Railway Station without locked gates in front of me was a relief.
Batu Caves Railway Station
The façade of Batu Caves Railway Station has a tree covering up the name.
Looks like preparations are being done for Thaipusam a month ahead.
The locked gate to Batu Caves as seen from the Batu Caves Railway Station driveway.
Heading up to the concourse to enter the platform.
Scan the MySejahtera code to check in to Batu Caves Railway Station before entering the ticket gates.
Heading down the staircase to Platform 1.
I arrived at the platform just 5 minutes before departure, but still made it.
92 Class SCS09 was working on my KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn from Batu Caves.
Obligatory front shot of the Batu Caves Railway Station platform sign with the train.
The welcome sight on board 92 Class trains in the Klang Valley.
The interior of the front and rear cab 92 Class EMU coaches has longitudinal seats throughout.
The interior of the middle 92 Class EMU coaches has a mix of longitudinal and transverse seats.
My KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn departed from Batu Caves Railway Station on time at 12.53pm.
WARNING: This will be a very dry article. This KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn journey is really just to pass by all the stations on the KTM Batu Caves Line.
Taman Wahyu Railway Station
Making a brief stop at Taman Wahyu Railway Station.
Kampung Batu Railway Station
Making a brief stop at Kampung Batu Railway Station.
Batu Kentonmen Railway Station
Making a brief stop at Batu Kentonmen Railway Station.
Passing by Sentul EMU Depot.
Passing by 2 81 Class EMUs stabling in Sentul EMU Depot.
Sentul Railway Station
Approaching Sentul Railway Station.
Making a brief stop at Sentul Railway Station.
Passing by the Simpang Batu wye towards Segambut.
Splitting off the wye towards Segambut.
Approaching the KTM Central Line at Simpang Batu.
Putra Railway Station
Making a brief stop at Putra Railway Station.
Bank Negara Railway Halt
Making a brief stop at Bank Negara Railway Halt.
Approaching Kuala Lumpur Railway Station under the Dayabumi link.
Kuala Lumpur Railway Station
Making a brief stop at Kuala Lumpur Railway Station.
Approaching KL Sentral.
Sentral Kuala Lumpur Railway Station (KL Sentral)
My KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2033dn arrived at KL Sentral at 1.21pm. This train will continue on to Sungai Gadut Railway Station at 1.24pm.
I headed out at KL Sentral for 1 hour to have lunch first, instead of continuing straight to Pelabuhan Klang Railway Station (Port Klang Railway Station).
I will be continuing on later with KTM Komuter Klang Valley Sector 2139dn from KL Sentral to Pelabuhan Klang.