The high-speed KTMB ETS Schedule for Electric Train Service in Malaysia is expanding as new routes are put on line as and when the new trains become fully serviceable.
So far the double tracking electric railway lines reaches to the border with Thailand at Padang Besar Station, south to Gemas, with the final stretch of line on the KTMB North -South route to Johor Bahru, yet to be constructed.
Malaysia's high speed trains can travel at speeds of up to 160 kilometres an hour and have made travel in Peninsular Malaysia by train so much faster and more convenient, with more new stations opened to smaller towns previously not connected by the Intercity Trains and new KTM Komuter (commuter) trains in the north-west.
A new KTMB Train Schedule is now in operation from 1st February 2017.
You can see the new ETS schedules on the following pages:
As of the 10th October 2015 and the opening of the double electrified tracks to Gemas, there are a number of new ETS routes.
From this date a new ETS route from Gemas to Padang Besar and a new ETS route from Gemas to Butterworth Penang started, adding to the new routes between KL Sentral and Butterworth and KL Sentral to Padang Besar.
The Kuala Lumpur KL Sentral Station to Ipoh ETS route has been operating for a few years now with many services a day travelling between Malaysia's capital city, to Ipoh in the state of Perak.
You can buy your tickets from any of the KTMB railway stations on the day (if there are seat empty) or up to 60 days in advance.
Most of the time, if you are just making a short trip, you should be able to just turn up and get a ticket for the next ETS Train, but there is no guarantee you will get a seat, especially on some of the more popular routes.
For longer trips, booking in advance is highly recommended.
During public holidays and school holidays trains get get very full, so you will want to book a seat in advance for any distance trip.
By far the easiest way to book you ETS seats is online.
You can book direct from the KTMB website or use an online ticket agent, which may at times work out a little cheaper.
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