Batu Gajah Railway Station is a train station stationed at the north east side of the Batu Gajah town in Perak. The current Batu Gajah Railway Station was once located at Jalan Pusing within the town area which closed on July 2005 when all train services moved to the current station. The former old and single platform wooden station was said to be turned into a museum instead.
One of Batu Gajah Railway Station popular train route is going towards KL Sentral via the high-speed ETS train service that operates between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh, Perak. These high-speed ETS trains leave the Batu Gajah Railway Station on a regular basis every day. This train station is usually crowded with students heading back to their hometown during semester breaks.
There is no public transportation available from Batu Gajah Railway Station to go to other places in the town. Thus, travellers will have to opt for a taxi or book from a ride-hailing app to get to places from the train station.
However, travellers from KL city centre can take the ETS train service from KL Sentral towards the Batu Gajah Railway Station. Any other ETS stations from other states included in the route can be taken as well.
If travellers are nearby the Batu Gajah Bus Terminal, it takes 7 minutes to reach the train station by car. If you are at the town area, take a taxi or car-sharing ride to Batu Gajah Railway Station which takes about 5 to 10 minutes to arrive.
Batu Gajah Railway Station serves ETS train services operated by Malayan Railway or better known among the locals as KTMB (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad).
Within Batu Gajah Railway Station, the available facilities and amenities are OKU-friendly. There is also a prayer room for Muslims to access the train station. Unfortunately, there are no cafeteria or convenient stores for travellers to access while waiting for their departure.Top features:
Address: Batu Gajah Railway Station, Kampong Belangkor, 30200 Batu Gajah, Perak
Contact Number: Not available
The current Batu Gajah Railway Station was once located at Jalan Pusing within the Batu Gajah town area. The former train station is said to be turned into a museum. This train station is often crowded with students coming back to their hometown in Batu Gajah.
Batu Gajah Railway Station only serves the high-speed ETS train services thus there is no KTM Komuter train service at this station. These ETS trains operate in a regular train schedule which runs daily for travellers to commute to their destinations.
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