Situated in the state of Perak, Malaysia, the Bagan Serai Railway Station (Stesen Keretapi Bagan Serai) is served by regular KTM Komuter train services via the Bukit Mertajam towards Padang Rengas northern route. The high-speed Electric Train Service (ETS) for a long-distance trip is served here at this train station as well.
Train services of Bagan Serai departing from Bukit Mertajam towards Padang Rengas often leave every hour or two from both direction. On a side note, train stations on this route to the south of Bagan Serai are Kamunting, Taiping and Padang Rengas which is the last station on this KTM Komuter train route.
Meanwhile, train stations situated to the north of Bagan Serai Railway Station are Parit Buntar, Nibong Tebal, Sungai Ampat, including Bukit Mertajam as the main interchange station on this KTM Komuter route. The Bagan Serai Railway Station was also recently upgraded prior to the Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrified Double Tracking Project.
Travellers can get to Bagan Serai Railway Station through the available train services on the station. Take the ETS train service from KL Sentral or Padang Besar towards this train station. Other ETS stations such as in Ipoh together with other stations included in the train route can be taken as well. For KTM Komuter train service, take the KTM northbound sector train from any station that commutes to Bagan Serai Railway Station (Padang Rengas – Butterworth – Padang Rengas route).
Travellers from Taiping can take the Red Omnibus bus service and drop off at one of the bus stops along Jalan Bagan Serai. Then, take a taxi or car-sharing ride to Bagan Serai Railway Station around 6 to 10 minutes’ drive, depending on the traffic situation. If you are driving your car, it only takes about 5-minute drive from the Bagan Serai town.
The Bagan Serai Railway Station is operated by KTM Berhad. Travellers can find both ETS and KTM Komuter train services at this train station via the KTM Northbound Sector route
There are a few basic facilities and amenities that travellers can find within the Bagan Serai Railway Station building, such as a prayer room for Muslims. Since this train station does not have a canteen or a cafeteria, we suggest travellers fill up your stomach before getting to the train station. Bring along your own water bottle to rehydrate.Top features:
Bagan Serai Railway Station was recently upgraded ever since the launch of Ipoh-Padang Besar Electrified Double Tracking Project. Currently, this train station serves both ETS and KTM Komuter train services via Bukit Mertajam towards Padang Rengas northern route.
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Bagan Serai Railway Station, 34300 Bagan Serai, Perak