Constructed in 1886, the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station was completed in 1910. It was designed by arhitect, A.B Hubbock.
It is built with in distinct Moorish style, and is one of the stops on the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) Komuter trains in the city centre.
Prior to the move of trains transit points to Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, the KL Railway station was the premier hub for trains from Singapore, Thailand and other parts of Peninsula Malaysia.
It now remains as one of the stops en-route to other parts of Kuala Lumpur and Peninsular Malaysia. Today, the station has also become a stop for coach buses to Penang, Johor Bahru, Singapore and Hat Yai (Thailand).
Today, the KL Railway Station has undergone extensive refurbishment and looks resplendent with tourism information kiosks for tourists and visitors, air-conditioned halls and better and upgraded facilities.
The KL Railway station also has a tourism information booth for the convenience of visitors to the city.
How to get there
Take the KTM Komuter to the Kuala Lumpur Station. The KTM Komuter train stops at the railway station.
There are various types of accommodation to suit every budget for travellers to Kuala Lumpur.